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[. . . ] "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list HDR-TD30/TD30V User Guide Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions about the camcorder. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 1 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Operation Search Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Operation Search Operation Search Search by operation Back to top 2 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Before use Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Before use How to use this User Guide How to use this User Guide Models and illustrations used in this User Guide Parts and controls/Screen indicators Parts and controls Screen indicators How does your 3D camcorder work How does your 3D camcorder work? Back to top 3 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Getting started Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Getting started Checking the supplied items Supplied items Charging the battery pack Charging the battery using the AC Adaptor Charging the battery using your computer Charging the battery abroad Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Preparing the recording media Inserting a memory card Back to top 4 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Recording Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Recording Recording Recording movies Shooting photos (2D only) Screen indicators during recording Useful functions for recording images Zooming Intelligent Auto Recording the selected subject clearly (Face Priority) (2D only) Recording movies in dim places (Video Light) Recording in mirror mode Using the GPS function (HDR-TD30V) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 5 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Playback Playback Playing movies and photos from the Event View screen Playing movies and photos from a map (HDR-TD30V) Operating buttons while playing images Adjusting the depth during playback (3D Depth Adjustment) Dividing a movie Capturing a photo from a movie (2D only) Highlight Playback Enjoying a digest of your movies (Highlight Playback) Saving Highlight Playback in high definition image quality (HD) (Scenario Save) Converting Highlight Playback scenes or Highlight Scenarios to standard definition image quality (STD) (Highlight Movie) Playing images on a TV Connecting the camcorder to a 3D TV Connecting the camcorder to a high definition TV Connecting the camcorder to a non-high-definition TV Connecting the camcorder to a TV via a VCR Using “BRAVIA” Sync Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 6 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Saving images with an external device Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Saving images with an external device Using the “PlayMemories Home” software Playing images on a computer Checking the computer system Installing the "PlayMemories Home" software in your computer Disconnecting your camcorder from the computer The devices on which the created disc can be played back Starting the "PlayMemories Home" software Downloading the dedicated software for the camcorder Selecting a method for saving images Types of media devices on which the images can be saved Saving images on an external media device Saving images on an external media device easily Saving the desired images in the camcorder to the external media device Playing back images in the external media device on the camcorder Devices that cannot be used as an external media device Creating a disc with a recorder Creating a standard definition image quality (STD) disc with a recorder Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 7 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Customizing your camcorder Using menu items Setting up menu items Shooting Mode Movie Photo (2D only) Smth Slw REC (Smooth slow rec) (2D only) Golf Shot (2D only) Camera/Mic White Balance (2D only) Spot Meter/Fcs (Spot meter/focus) (2D only) Spot Meter (Flexible spot meter) (2D only) Spot Focus (2D only) Exposure Focus IRIS (2D only) Shutter Speed (2D only) AGC Limit (2D only) AE Shift White Balance Shift Low Lux (2D only) 3D Depth Adjustment (3D only) Auto 3D Lens Adjust (3D only) Scene Selection (2D only) Cinematone Fader (2D only) Self-Timer (2D only) Tele Macro (2D only) SteadyShot (movie) SteadyShot (photo) (2D only) Digital Zoom (2D only) Auto Back Light (2D only) Face Detection Smile Shutter (2D only) Smile Sensitivity (2D only) Flash (2D only) Flash Level (2D only) Red Eye Reduction (2D only) Closer Voice Blt-in Zoom Mic Auto Wind NR 8 Audio Mode Micref Level (Microphone reference level) My Button Guide Frame (2D only) Display Setting Zebra (2D only) Peaking (2D only) Light Bright Audio Level Display Image Quality/Size REC Mode (2D only) Frame Rate (2D only) HD/STD Setting (2D only) Wide Mode (2D only) x. v. Color Image Size (2D only) Playback Function Event View Map View (HDR-TD30V) Highlight Movie (2D only) Scenario Edit/Copy Delete Protect Copy Direct Copy Setup Media Info Format Repair Img. File Number Data Code Volume Download Music Empty Music TV Type HDMI 3D Setting HDMI Resolution CTRL FOR HDMI (Control for HDMI) USB Connect USB Connect Setting USB LUN Setting Beep LCD Brightness Your Location (HDR-TD30V) GPS Setting (HDR-TD30V) REC Lamp Remote Ctrl 9 Power On By LCD Language Setting Battery Info Power Save Demo Mode Date & Time Setting Area Setting Auto Clock ADJ (HDR-TD30V) Auto Area ADJ (HDR-TD30V) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 10 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Troubleshooting If you have problems If you have problems Troubleshooting Overall operations/Wireless Remote Commander Batteries/power sources LCD screen Memory card Recording Playback Playing back images stored on memory card on other devices Editing movies/photos on your camcorder Playback on the TV Copying/Connecting to other devices Connecting to a computer Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators Self-diagnosis display Warning Indicators Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 11 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Maintenance and precautions Maintenance and precautions About the AVCHD format About GPS (HDR-TD30V) About the memory card About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack About the AC Adaptor About handling of your camcorder On use and care On moisture condensation On charging the pre-installed rechargeable battery Notes on disposal/transfer of the camcorder Recording time of movies/number of recordable photos Charging time Expected time of recording and playback with each battery pack Expected recording time of movies Expected number of recordable photos Using your camcorder abroad Using your camcorder abroad On trademarks On trademarks Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 12 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Contents list Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Contents list Operation Search Operation Search Search by operation Back to top Before use How to use this User Guide How to use this User Guide Models and illustrations used in this User Guide Parts and controls/Screen indicators Parts and controls Screen indicators How does your 3D camcorder work How does your 3D camcorder work? Back to top Getting started Checking the supplied items Supplied items Charging the battery pack Charging the battery using the AC Adaptor Charging the battery using your computer Charging the battery abroad Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Preparing the recording media Inserting a memory card Back to top Recording Recording Recording movies Shooting photos (2D only) Screen indicators during recording Useful functions for recording images Zooming 13 Intelligent Auto Recording the selected subject clearly (Face Priority) (2D only) Recording movies in dim places (Video Light) Recording in mirror mode Using the GPS function (HDR-TD30V) Back to top Playback Playback Playing movies and photos from the Event View screen Playing movies and photos from a map (HDR-TD30V) Operating buttons while playing images Adjusting the depth during playback (3D Depth Adjustment) Dividing a movie Capturing a photo from a movie (2D only) Highlight Playback Enjoying a digest of your movies (Highlight Playback) Saving Highlight Playback in high definition image quality (HD) (Scenario Save) Converting Highlight Playback scenes or Highlight Scenarios to standard definition image quality (STD) (Highlight Movie) Playing images on a TV Connecting the camcorder to a 3D TV Connecting the camcorder to a high definition TV Connecting the camcorder to a non-high-definition TV Connecting the camcorder to a TV via a VCR Using “BRAVIA” Sync Back to top Saving images with an external device Using the “PlayMemories Home” software Playing images on a computer Checking the computer system Installing the "PlayMemories Home" software in your computer Disconnecting your camcorder from the computer The devices on which the created disc can be played back Starting the "PlayMemories Home" software Downloading the dedicated software for the camcorder Selecting a method for saving images Types of media devices on which the images can be saved Saving images on an external media device Saving images on an external media device easily Saving the desired images in the camcorder to the external media device Playing back images in the external media device on the camcorder Devices that cannot be used as an external media device Creating a disc with a recorder Creating a standard definition image quality (STD) disc with a recorder 14 Back to top Customizing your camcorder Using menu items Setting up menu items Shooting Mode Movie Photo (2D only) Smth Slw REC (Smooth slow rec) (2D only) Golf Shot (2D only) Camera/Mic White Balance (2D only) Spot Meter/Fcs (Spot meter/focus) (2D only) Spot Meter (Flexible spot meter) (2D only) Spot Focus (2D only) Exposure Focus IRIS (2D only) Shutter Speed (2D only) AGC Limit (2D only) AE Shift White Balance Shift Low Lux (2D only) 3D Depth Adjustment (3D only) Auto 3D Lens Adjust (3D only) Scene Selection (2D only) Cinematone Fader (2D only) Self-Timer (2D only) Tele Macro (2D only) SteadyShot (movie) SteadyShot (photo) (2D only) Digital Zoom (2D only) Auto Back Light (2D only) Face Detection Smile Shutter (2D only) Smile Sensitivity (2D only) Flash (2D only) Flash Level (2D only) Red Eye Reduction (2D only) Closer Voice Blt-in Zoom Mic Auto Wind NR Audio Mode Micref Level (Microphone reference level) My Button Guide Frame (2D only) Display Setting 15 Zebra (2D only) Peaking (2D only) Light Bright Audio Level Display Image Quality/Size REC Mode (2D only) Frame Rate (2D only) HD/STD Setting (2D only) Wide Mode (2D only) x. v. Color Image Size (2D only) Playback Function Event View Map View (HDR-TD30V) Highlight Movie (2D only) Scenario Edit/Copy Delete Protect Copy Direct Copy Setup Media Info Format Repair Img. Click a topic title in the list. Descriptions appear in the right pane. 21 Changing the font size Change the font size by changing the setting of your web browser. For how to change the font size setting, refer to the Help of your web browser. Searching a topic by keyword Enter the keyword in the search window, then click the [Search] button. Returning to a previous page Use the back button of your web browser or the breadcrumb trail navigation (A) to return to a page you previously viewed. 22 Printing out a page Click the [Print] button to print out a page you are viewing. Marks and notations used in this User Guide In this User Guide, the sequence of operations is shown by arrows ( Operate the camcorder in the order indicated. [. . . ] [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Guide Frame]. Off Does not display the guide frame. On Displays the guide frame. Notes The outer frame of [Guide Frame] shows the display area of a TV which is not compatible with full pixel display. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 149 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Display Setting Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Auto Displays for about 3 seconds. Select the desired item. Display Setting You can set the duration of displaying the icons or indicators on the LCD screen while recording. [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Display Setting]. Notes You cannot change the setting of the icons or indicators on the LCD screen while in the playback mode. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 150 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Zebra (2D only) Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list 2. Select the desired item. Zebra (2D only) You can display a zebra pattern as a guide for adjusting brightness. [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Zebra]. Off Does not display the zebra pattern. (70) Displays the zebra pattern over the part of an image that exceeds the brightness level of about 70 IRE*. (100) Displays the zebra pattern over the part of an image that exceeds the brightness level of about 100 IRE*. * IRE (Institute of Radio Engineers) is a measure of the video signal level that is used as the bases of brightness; the reference level (pedestal level) is set to 0 (%) and the maximum level (completely white level) is set to 100 (%). Notes With a subject that exceeds a brightness level of 100 IRE, the image may become overexposed. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 151 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Peaking (2D only) Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list 2. (Yellow) Displays the enhanced outlines in yellow. Peaking (2D only) You can display an image on the screen with its outlines enhanced with colors. [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Peaking]. Notes The enhanced outlines may not appear in a dark location. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 152 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Light Bright Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Standard Standard brightness. Bright Select this mode when you find the video light is not bright enough. Select the desired item. Light Bright You can set the brightness of the video light. [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Light Bright]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 153 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Audio Level Display Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list 2. On Displays audio level meter. Audio Level Display You can select whether or not to display the audio level meter. Shape of the audio level meter differs depending on the [Audio Mode] setting. [Camera/Mic] [ Shooting Assist] [Audio Level Display]. Off Does not display the audio level meter. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 154 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Image Quality/Size > REC Mode (2D only) Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list 2. Select the desired recording mode You can switch the recording mode to select the movie quality when recording high definition image quality (HD) movies. The recording time of the recording media is changed depending on the recording mode. [. . . ] John’s Brasilia/Montevideo Fernando de Noronha Azores/Cape Verde Is. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 250 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > On trademarks > On trademarks Operation Search Before use Getting started Recording Playback Saving images with an external device Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list On trademarks “Handycam” and are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. “AVCHD”, “AVCHD” logotype, “AVCHD 3D/Progressive” and “AVCHD 3D/Progressive” logotype are trademarks of Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation. , ” “Memory Stick Duo, ” “ , ” “Memory Stick PRO Duo, ” “ , ” “Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo, ” “ , ” “Memory Stick XC-HG Duo, ” “ , ” “MagicGate, ” “ , ” “MagicGate Memory Stick” and “MagicGate Memory Stick Duo” are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony Corporation. Blu-ray Disc Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories. [. . . ]

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