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DSC-P1 SERVICE MANUAL US Model Canadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.0 2000. 10 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. When the machine needs to be repaired, please refer to page 6 to discriminate the type of LCD. On the BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74, MT-60, PS-440 boards This service manual procides the information that is premised the circuit board replacement service and not intended repair inside the BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74, MT-60, PS-440 boards. Therefore...
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DSC-P1 SERVICE MANUAL US Model Canadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.0 2000. 10 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model

This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. When the machine needs to be repaired, please refer to page 6 to discriminate the type of LCD. On the BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74, MT-60, PS-440 boards This service manual procides the information that is premised the circuit board replacement service and not intended repair inside the BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74, MT-60, PS-440 boards. Therefore, schematic diagram, printed wiring board and electrical parts list of the BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74, MT-60, PS-440 boards are not shown. The following pages are not shown. BT-2 board HI-74 board Schematic diagram ... Page 4-75 to 4-76 Schematic diagram ... Page 4-43 to 4-50 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-73 to 4-74 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-39 to 4-42 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-5 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-7 to 6-10 CA-66 board MT-60 board Schematic diagram ... Page 4-11 to 4-14 Schematic diagram ... Page 4-19 to 4-26 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-9 to 4-10 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-15 to 4-18 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-5 to 6-6 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-10 DD-150 board PS-440 board Schematic diagram ... Page 4-79 to 4-80 Schematic diagram ... Page 4-31 to 4-38 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-77 to 4-78 Printed wiring board ... Page 4-27 to 4-30 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-6 to 6-7 Electrical parts list ... Page 6-10 to 6-11 The above-described information is shown in service manual Level 3.

DIGITAL STILL CAMERA

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SPECIFICATIONS

System USB jack AC-LS1A AC power Accessories Image device mini-B adaptor A/V connecting cable (1) 1/1.8 type color CCD LCD screen Power requirements NP-FS11 battery pack (1) Lens 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz AC-LS1A AC power adaptor × Used LCD panel 3 zoom lens Rated output voltage (1) 1.5 type TFT (Thin Film f = 8 – 24 mm DC 4.2 V, 1.5 A in operating Power cord (1) Transistor active matrix) drive (39 – 117 mm when converted mode USB cable (1) into a 35 mm still camera) Total number of dots × Operation temperature Wrist strap (1) F = 2.8 – 5.3 123 200 (560 220) dots 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C) “Memory Stick” (8 MB) (1) Exposure control CD-ROM (1)Storage temperature Automatic exposure General Operating Instructions (1)–4°F to +140°F White balance Used battery pack (–20°C to +60°C) Design and specifications are Automatic, Indoor, Outdoor, NP-FS11 Maximum dimensions Hold Power requirements subject to change without 4 1/4×1 7/16×2 1/4 inches notice. Data system 3.6 V (105×36×56 mm) (w/h/d) Movie: MPEG1 Power consumption (excluding maximum Still: JPEG, GIF (in TEXT (during recording) protrusions) mode, Clip Motion ), TIFF 3.0 W Mass Audio with still image: Operation temperature Approx. 6 oz (180 g) MPEG1 (Monaural) 32°F to 104°F (power adaptor only) Recording medium (0°C to 40°C) “Memory Stick” Storage temperature NP-FS11 battery pack Flash –4°F to +140°F Used battery Recommended recording (–20°C to +60°C) Lithium ion battery distance: Dimensions Maximum voltage W side: 1 5/8 feet to 7 1/2 feet 4 1/2×2 1/8×1 3/4 inches DC 4.2 V (0.5 m to 2.3 m) (113.0×53.9×43.8 mm) (w/h/d) Nominal voltage T side: 1 5/8 feet to 3 7/8 feet (excluding maximum DC 3.6 V (0.5 m to 1.2 m) protrusions) Capacity Mass Output connector 4.1 Wh (1 140 mAh)Approx. 8.8 oz (250 g) A/V OUT (Monaural) (including battery pack NP- Dimensions Minijack FS11, “Memory Stick,” and 1 1/4×21/32×2 inches Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, wrist strap etc.) (30.3×16.3×50.2 mm) (w/h/d) unbalanced, sync negative Built-in microphone Mass Audio: 327 mV (at a 47 kΩ Electret condenser microphone Approx. 1.4 oz (40 g) load) Built-in speaker Output impedance: 2.2 kΩ Dynamic speaker SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED À LA SÉCURITÉ! LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH DES PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM- SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUB- POSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES LISHED BY SONY. NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer. 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-sol- 4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs dered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recom- splashes and bridges. mend their replacement. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. “pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors. 6. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transis- • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 ˚C tors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them during repairing. out to the customer and recommend their replacement. • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the circuit board (within 3 times). • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when sol- dering or unsoldering. – 2 –,

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page SERVICE NOTE... 5 ZM-26 Printed Wiring Board and Schematic Diagram ... 4-71 1. GENERAL 4-3. Waveforms ... 4-82 4-4. Parts Location ... 4-85 Identifying the Parts ... 1-1 Preparing the Power Supply ... 1-2 5. ADJUSTMENTS Setting the Date and Time ... 1-3 Inserting the “Memory Stick” ... 1-3 Before Starting Adjustment ... 5-1 Recording Still Images ... 1-4 1-1. Adjusting Items when Replacing Recording Moving Images ... 1-5 Main Parts and Boards... 5-2 Playing Back Still Images ... 1-5 5-1. Camera Section Adjustment ... 5-3 Playing Back Moving Images ... 1-6 1-1. Preparations Before Adjustment ... 5-3 Viewing Images Using a Personal Computer ... 1-6 1-1-1. List of Service Tools ... 5-3 Image File Storage Destinations and Image Files ... 1-7 1-1-2. Preparations ... 5-4 Before Performing Advanced Operations ... 1-8 1-1-3. Discharging of the Flashlight Power Supply ... 5-4 Various Recording ... 1-10 1-1-4. Precautions ... 5-6 Various Playback ... 1-12 1. Setting the Switch ... 5-6 Editing ... 1-13 2. Order of Adjustments ... 5-6 Additional Information ... 1-14 3. Subjects ... 5-6 Troubleshooting ... 1-15 4. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box ... 5-7 Warning and Notice Messages ... 1-16 1-2. Initialization of B, D, E, F, 7 Page Data ... 5-8 Self-diagnosis Display ... 1-16 1-2-1. Initialization of D Page Data ... 5-8 Display Window Indicators ... 1-16 1. Initializing D Page Data... 5-8 LCD Screen Indicators ... 1-16 2. Modification of D Page Data ... 5-8 3. D Page Table ... 5-8 2. DISASSEMBLY 1-2-2. Initialization of B, E, F, 7 Page Data ... 5-9 1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data ... 5-9 2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data ... 5-9 • Attachment of CPC-9 Jig ... 2-2 3. B Page Table ... 5-9 2-1. BT Lid Assembly Replacing Method ... 2-2 4. E Page Table ... 5-9 2-2. Rear Cabinet Block ... 2-4 5. F Page Table ... 5-10 2-3 PD-137 Board ... 2-4 6. 7 Page Table ... 5-11 2-4. ZM-26 Board ... 2-4 1-3. Video System Adjustments ... 5-12 2-5. SW-349 Board ... 2-5 1. Video Sync Level Adjustment ... 5-12 2-6. LCD Module ... 2-5 2. Video Burst Level Check ... 5-12 2-7. Aluminum Cabinet (Rear) Assembly 1-4. Camera System Adjustment ... 5-13 Replacing Method ... 2-6 1. Flange Back Adjustment (Using the Minipattern Box) .. 5-14 2-8. Inner Cabinet (Rear) Assembly Replacing Method ... 2-7 2. Flange Back Adjustment 2-9. Jack Cover Replacing Method ... 2-8 (Using the Flange Back Adjustment Chart) ... 5-15 2-10. Upper Cabinet Block ... 2-9 3. Flange Back Check ... 5-16 2-11. PW-122 Board ... 2-9 4. F No. Standard Data Input ... 5-16 2-12. Lens Block ... 2-9 5. Mechanical Shutter Adjustment ... 5-17 2-13. CA-66, PS-440 Boards ... 2-10 6. Picture Frame Setting ... 5-18 2-14. DD-150 Board ... 2-11 7. Light Level Adjustment ... 5-19 2-15. ST-62 Board ... 2-11 8. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input ... 5-19 2-16. HI-74 Board ... 2-11 9. Auto White Balance Adjustment ... 5-20 2-17. MT-60 Board ... 2-11 10. Smear Compensation Adjustment ... 5-21 2-18. Circuit Boards Location ... 2-12 11. Color Reproduction Adjustment ... 5-21 12. Color Reproduction Check ... 5-22 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 13. Auto White Balance Check ... 5-23 14. Strobe White Balance Adjustment ... 5-24 3-1. Overall Block Diagram ... 3-1 15. CCD Black Defect Compensation ... 5-25 3-8. Power Block Diagram 1 ... 3-15 16. CCD White Defect Compensation ... 5-25 3-9. Power Block Diagram 2 ... 3-17 1-5. LCD System Adjustments ... 5-26 1. LCD Initial Data Input ... 5-27 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND 2. VCO Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-28 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 3. Black Limit Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-29 4. Bright Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-29 4-1. Frame Schematic Diagrams ... 4-3 5. Contrast Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-30 Frame Schematic Diagram (1/2) ... 4-3 6. Color Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-30 Frame Schematic Diagram (2/2) ... 4-5 7. VG Center Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-31 4-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams ... 4-7 8. V-COM Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-31 CD-290 Printed Wiring Board and 9. White Balance Adjustment (PD-137 Board) ... 5-32 Schematic Diagram ... 4-7 1-6. System Control System Adjustments ... 5-33 PW-122 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-51 1. Battery Down Adjustment ... 5-33 PW-122 Schematic Diagram ... 4-53 5-2. Service Mode ... 5-34 ST-62 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-55 2-1. Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-34 ST-62 Schematic Diagram ... 4-59 1. Used the Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-34 PD-137 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-61 2. Precautions upon Using PD-137 (CONNECTION) Schematic Diagram ... 4-63 the Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-34 PD-137 (LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR) 2-2. Data Process ... 5-35 Schematic Diagram ... 4-65 2-3. Service Mode ... 5-36 SW-349 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-67 1. Setting the Test Mode ... 5-36 SW-349 Schematic Diagram ... 4-69 2. Bit Value Discrimination ... 5-36 – 3 –, Section Title Page 3. Switch Check (1) ... 5-36 4. Switch Check (2) ... 5-37 5. LED, LCD Check ... 5-37 6. REPAIR PARTS LIST 6-1. Exploded Views ... 6-1 6-1-1. Upper Cabinet Section ... 6-1 6-1-2. Rear Panel Section ... 6-2 6-1-3. Main Section ... 6-3 6-2. Electrical Parts List ... 6-4 * The color reproduction frame is shown on page 131. – 4 –,

SERVICE NOTE

• NOTE FOR REPAIR Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of bent at the terminal. Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. Cut and remove the part of gilt which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some pieces of gilt may be left inside) [Discharging of the ST-62 board’s charging capacitor (C1003)] Discharging the Capacitor Short-circuit between the positive and the negative terminals of The charging capacitor (C1003) of the ST-62 board is charged up charged capacitor with the short jig about 10 seconds. to the maximum 300 V potential. There is a danger of electric shock by this high voltage when the battery is handled by hand. The electric shock is caused by the R:1 kΩ/1 W charged voltage which is kept without discharging when the main (Part code: power of the unit is simply turned off. Therefore, the remaining 1-215-869-11) voltage must be discharged as described below. Capacitor Preparing the Short Jig To preparing the short jig, a small clip is attached to each end of a resistor of 1 kΩ /1 W (1-215-869-11). Wrap insulating tape fully around the leads of the resistor to pre- vent electrical shock. 1 kΩ/1 W Wrap insulating tape. – 5 –, [LCD type check] By measuring the resistor value between Pin qd of CN881 and Pin 4 of CN881 on PD-137 board, the type of LCD can be discrimi- nated. Note: About PD-137 board and LCD module, discriminate LCD type on the machine, and replace the same type. PD-137 board CN881 Resistor value LCD type PD board 10 kΩ TYPE SA PD-137 (TYPE SA) 22 kΩ TYPE ST PD-137 (TYPE ST) Volt ohm meter qd pin CPC-9 jig 4 pin (J-6082-393-C) CPC cover 18 PD-137 board CN881 Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. – 6 –, [Description on Self-diagnosis Display] Self-diagnosis display • C: ss: ss You can reverse the camera mal- function yourself. (However, con- tact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility when you cannot recover from the camera malfunction.) • E: ss: ss Contact your Sony dealer or lo- cal authorized Sony service facil- ity. Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error C:04: Use a NP-FS11/F10 battery pack. You are using a battery pack that is not an for “InfoLITHIUM” BAT-ss “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. TERY ONLY C:32:ss Turn the power off and on again. Trouble with hardware. SYSTEM ERROR Format the “Memory stick”. Unformatted memory stick is inserted. FORMAT ERROR C:13:ss Insert a new “Memory Stick”. Memory stick is broken. MEMORY STICK ERROR E:61:ss Checking of lens drive circuit. When failed in the focus and zoom initialization. — Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being E:91:ss of flash unit. charged. *1 Note : The error code is cleared if the battery is removed, except defective flash, unit. *1: When the flash charging failed, Page: D, Address: 67, Data: 04 are written. After repair, be sure to write Page: D, Address: 67, Data: 00. – 7 –,

DSC-P1 SECTION 1 GENERAL This section is extracted from

instruction manual. Regulatory Information The supplied interface cable must be used

WARNING with the equipment in order to comply with NOTICE FOR THE CUSTOMERS

To prevent fire or shock hazard, do Declaration of Conformity the limits for a digital device pursuant to

IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. not expose the unit to rain or Trade Name: SONY A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is Model No.: DSC-P1 fitted to this equipment for your safety and moisture. Responsible Party:Sony Electronics Inc. For the Customers in the convenience. Address: 1 Sony Drive, Park U.S.A. and Canada Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to

For the Customers in the Ridge, NJ, 07656 USA be replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by U.S.A. Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 DISPOSAL OF LITHIUM ION ASTA or BSI to BS 1362, (i.e. marked with

This device complies with Part 15 of the BATTERY. or mark) must be used. FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the LITHIUM ION BATTERY. If the plug supplied with this equipment has following two conditions: (1) This device a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the may not cause harmful interference, and DISPOSE OF PROPERLY. fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never (2) this device must accept any interference You can return your unwanted lithium ion use the plug without the fuse cover. If you received, including interference that may batteries to your nearest Sony Service should lose the fuse cover, please contact cause undesired operation. Center or Factory Service Center. your nearest Sony service station. Note: CAUTION In some areas the disposal of lithium ion For the Customers in You are cautioned that any changes or batteries in household or business trash may Germany modifications not expressly approved in this be prohibited. manual could void your authority to operate Directive:EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.92/ this equipment. For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 31/EEC This symbol is intended to 1-800-222-SONY (United States only) This equipment complies with the EMC alert the user to the presence Note: For the Sony Factory Service Center nearest regulations when used under the following of uninsulated “dangerous This equipment has been tested and found to you call 416-499-SONY (Canada only) circumstances: voltage” within the comply with the limits for a Class B digital • Residential area product’s enclosure that device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Caution: • Business district may be of sufficient Rules. These limits are designed to provide Do not handle damaged or leaking lithium • Light-industry district magnitude to constitute a reasonable protection against harmful ion battery. (This equipment complies with the EMC risk of electric shock to interference in a residential installation. This CAUTION standard regulations EN55022 Class B.) persons. equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO This symbol is intended to and used in accordance with the NOT USE THIS POLARIZED AC PLUG “Memory Stick” alert the user to the presence instructions, may cause harmful interference WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, of important operating and to radio communications. However, there is RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET maintenance (servicing) no guarantee that interference will not occur UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE FULLY instructions in the literature in a particular installation. If this equipment INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE N50 accompanying the does cause harmful interference to radio or EXPOSURE. appliance. television reception, which can be For the Customers in CANADA determined by turning the equipment off and Never expose the battery pack to Attention for the Customers in This Class B digital apparatus complies with on, the user is encouraged to try to correct temperature above 140°F (60°C), such as in Europe Canadian ICES-003. the interference by one or more of the a car parked in the sun or under direct following measures: sunlight. This product has been tested and found “Memory Stick” and Battery — Reorient or relocate the receiving compliant with the limits sets out on the Pack If you have any questions about this product, antenna. EMC Directive for using connection cables you may call: — Increase the separation between the shorter than 3 meters. For the Customers in the U.S.A. Sony Customer Information Center equipment and receiver. — Connect the equipment into an outlet The electromagnetic fields at the specific This device complies with Part 15 of the 1-800-222-SONY (7669) on a circuit different from that to which frequencies may influence the picture and FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the The number below is for the FCC related the receiver is connected. sound of this camera. following two conditions: (1) This device matters only. — Consult the dealer or an experienced may not cause harmful interference, and radio/TV technician for help. (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 2 3

Getting started

Precaution on copyright

Battery pack Television programs, films, video tapes, and

other materials may be copyrighted. Identifying the parts

For the Customers in the Unauthorized recording of such materials U.S.A. and Canada may be contrary to the provision of the See the pages in parentheses for details of operation.

copyright laws. THIS CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE Do not shake or strike the camera COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE 1 8In addition to malfunctions and inability to FCC RULES AND THE CANADIAN record images, this may render the29ICES-003 OPERATION IS SUBJECT “Memory Stick” unusable or image data 0 TO THE FOLLOWING TWO 3breakdown, damage or loss may occur. CONDITIONS: 4 (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE Do not aim the camera at the sun 5 HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND or other bright light (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT This may cause irrecoverable damage to 6 ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, your eyes. INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT qa MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED LCD screen, finder (only models OPERATION. with a finder) and lens • The LCD screen and the finder are manufactured using extremely high- 7 precision technology so over 99.99% of

Be sure to read the following the pixels are operational for effective use.

before using your camera However, there may be some tiny black A POWER switch/lamp G Tripod receptacle (bottom Trial recording points and/or bright points (white, red, surface) Before you record one-time events, you may blue or green in color) that constantly B Shutter button (15) (21) want to make a trial recording to make sure appear on the LCD screen and the finder. Use a tripod with a screw length of that the camera is working correctly. These points are normal in the C MODE selector (32) less than 9/32 inch (6.5 mm). You manufacturing process and do not affect will be unable to firmly secure the No compensation for contents of the recording in any way. D Built-in microphone camera to tripods having longer the recording • Be careful when placing the camera near a Do not touch while recording. screws, and may damage the Contents of the recording cannot be window or outdoors. Exposing the LCD camera. compensated for if recording or playback is screen, the finder or the lens to direct E Flash (20) not possible due to a malfunction of your sunlight for long periods may cause malfunctions. F Photocell window for flash H Finder window camera, etc. Do not block while recording. I Self-timer/ Notes on image data compatibility Do not get the camera wet recording lamp (only during • This camera conforms with the Design When taking pictures outdoors in the rain or recording moving images) Rules for Camera File Systems universal under similar conditions, be careful not to standard established by the JEIDA (Japan get the camera wet. If moisture J Display window Electronic Industries Development condensation occurs, refer to page 56 and Association). You cannot play back on follow the instructions on how to remove it K Lens your camera still images recorded on other before using the camera. equipment (DCR-TRV890E/TRV900/ Back up recommendation TRV900E, DSC-D700, DSC-D770) that To avoid the potential risk of data loss, does not conform with this universal always copy (back up) data to a disk. standard. (These models are not sold in some areas.) Handling of the movable lens • Playback of images recorded with your This camera uses a movable lens. camera on other equipment and playback Be careful not to strike or apply excessive of images recorded or edited with other force to the lens portion. equipment on your camera are not guaranteed. When the camera is used for long periods Note that the camera body may become hot. 4 6 1-1, Preparing the power supply Attaching the wrist strap

Installing the battery pack

102Your camera operates only with the “InfoLITHIUM” NP-FS11 battery pack* (S 3 qa series). You cannot use any other battery pack. 5 qs 6 qd qf 7 qj qg 8 qk qh 9 ql Battery eject lever A Finder I Speaker Self-timer/recording lamp (red) 1 Open the battery/“Memory Stick” cover. AE lock lamp (green) J DISPLAY button Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow. Strobe charge lamp (orange) K Zoom button 2 Install the battery pack. B (flash) button L Hook for wrist strap Insert the battery pack with the B mark facing toward the battery compartment as illustrated. C (MACRO) button (43) M A/V OUT jack (50) Audio output is monaural. 3 Close the battery/“Memory Stick” cover.D PROGRAM AE button (43) N Battery eject lever (8) E VOLUME +/– button O Battery/“Memory Stick” cover F LCD ON/OFF button To remove the battery pack Set to OFF to save the battery P Access lamp (14) Open the battery/“Memory Stick” cover. Slide the battery eject lever upward, when using the finder. and remove the battery pack. Q USB jack (mini-B) (26) (27) Be careful not to drop the battery pack when removing it. G LCD screen R Jack cover * What is “InfoLITHIUM”? H Control button DC IN jack (9) (11) “InfoLITHIUM” is a lithium ion battery pack which can exchange information such as battery S consumption with compatible video equipment. This unit is compatible with the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (S series). “InfoLITHIUM” S series battery packs have the mark. “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. 7 8 NP-FS11 battery pack

Charging the battery pack When you record images in an extremely cold location or using the LCD screen, the

operating time becomes short. When using the camera in an extremely cold location, You cannot charge the battery pack while your camera is turned on. Be sure to turn place the battery pack in your pocket or other place to keep it warm, then insert the off your camera before charging. battery pack into the camera just before recording. When using a pocket heater, take care not to let the heater directly contact the battery. Battery pack (S series) Charging time To the wall outlet (mains) Battery pack Full charge (min.) Normal charge (min.) NP-FS11 (supplied) 180 130 Power cord Jack cover (mains lead) Approximate time to charge a completely discharged battery pack using the AC- LS1A AC power adaptor. Battery life and number of images that can be recorded/played back STILL mode recording* AC-LS1A AC power adaptor NP-FS11 (supplied) Battery life (min.) Number of images LCD screen ON 70 (65) 1300 (1200) 1 Insert the battery pack into your camera. LCD screen OFF 90 (85) 1700 (1600) 2 Open the jack cover and connect the DC connecting cable to the STILL mode playback** DC IN jack of your camera with the v mark facing up. NP-FS11 (supplied) 3 Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC power adaptor and Battery life (min.) Number of images then to a wall outlet (mains). LCD screen ON 105 (100) 2000 (1900) The battery indicator in the display window flashes when charging begins. When the battery indicator stops flashing, normal charge is completed. For Approximate battery life and number of images that can be recorded/played back full charge, which allows you to use the battery longer than usual, leave the with a fully charged battery pack at a temperature of 77°F (25°C), 640×480 image battery pack inserted for about one hour after normal charge is completed until size and in NORMAL recording mode. Numbers in parentheses indicate the time the battery remaining indicator and “FULL” is displayed alternately in the when you use a normally charged battery pack. display window. ∗ Recording at about 4-second intervals ∗∗ Playing back single images in order at about 3-second intervals After charging Remove the AC power adaptor. MOVIE mode recording NP-FS11 (supplied) Battery remaining indicator LCD screen OFF (min.) LCD screen ON (min.) The LCD screen on the camera shows the remaining time for which you can still record or play back images. Continuous recording 110 (100) 85 (75) This indication may not be entirely accurate depending on the conditions of use and Approximate time that can be recorded with a fully charged battery pack at a the operating environment. temperature of 77°F (25°C) and 160×112 image size. Numbers in parentheses Charging at a room temperature of 50°F to 86°F (10°C to 30°C) is recommended. indicate the time when you use a normally charged battery pack. 9 10 1-2

Getting started Getting started

, Notes Setting the date and time • The battery life and number of images will be decreased if you use your camera at low temperatures, use the flash, repeatedly turn the power on/off or use the zoom. • The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is limited. The figures in the table are a guide when you When you first use your camera, set the date and time. If these are not set, the continuously record/play back while replacing the “Memory Stick.” CLOCK SET screen appears whenever you turn on your camera for recording. • “-” appears in the display window until the battery usable time is calculated. • During charging, the indicators in the display window may not appear correctly or may flash in the following cases. — When the battery pack is not installed correctly. POWER switch — When the battery pack has malfunctioned. • When you turn the LCD screen on and off, it takes about one minute for the correct battery remaining time to appear. • If the power may go off although the battery remaining indicator indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate, charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication on the battery remaining indicator is correct. • Use the AC power adaptor near the wall outlet (mains). If any trouble occurs while using the Control button camera, immediately unplug the power cord from the wall outlet (mains) to cut off the power. • Do not short the DC plug of the AC power adaptor with a metallic object, as this may cause malfunction. • Do not expose the battery pack to water. • When the battery pack will not be used for a long time, charge the battery pack once fully, and use it in PLAY mode until it completely discharges. Keep the battery pack in a cool place. • Battery life will be shorter when you record with the LCD screen ON. We recommend that you turn the LCD screen OFF. 1 Slide the POWER switch to turn on the power. The POWER lamp lights up.

Using the AC power adaptor

2 Press v on the control button. The menu bar appears on the LCD screen. To the wall outlet (mains) Jack cover Power cord 3 Select [SETUP] with B on the control button, (mains lead) then press the center z. AC-LS1A AC power adaptor 1 Open the jack cover and connect the DC connecting cable to the DC IN jack of your camera with the v mark facing up. 2 Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC power adaptor and then to a wall outlet (mains). 11 12 4 Select [CLOCK SET] with v/V on the control button, then press the Inserting the “Memory Stick” center z. 5 Select the desired date display format with v/V on the control button, then press the center z. Select from [Y/M/D] (year/month/day), [M/D/Y] Access lamp (month/day/year) or [D/M/Y] (day/month/year). 1 Open the battery/“Memory Stick” cover. 6 Select the year, month, day, hour or minute Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow. item you want to set with b/B on the control button. 2 Insert the “Memory Stick.” The item to be set is indicated with v/V. Insert the “Memory Stick” with the B mark facing toward the battery compartment as illustrated until it clicks. 3 Close the battery/“Memory Stick” cover. 7 Set the numeric value with v/V on the control button, then press the center z to enter it. After entering the number, v/V moves to the next item. Removing the “Memory Stick” If you selected [D/M/Y] in step 5, set the time on a 24-hour cycle. Open the battery/“Memory Stick” cover, then press the “Memory Stick” once lightly. 8 Select [ENTER] with B on the control button, Notes then press the center z at the desired • If you do not insert the “Memory Stick” firmly until it clicks, a message such as “MEMORY moment to begin clock movement. STICK ERROR” will be displayed. The date and time are entered. • Never remove the “Memory Stick” or turn off the power while the access lamp is lit up. • You cannot record or edit images on a “Memory Stick” if the erasure prevention switch is set to the LOCK position. Connector To cancel the date and time setting Select [CANCEL] with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center . Erasure prevention switchz Auto power-off function If you do not operate the camera for about three minutes during recording, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery. To use the camera again, slide the POWER switch to turn on the camera again. Label space 13 14 1-3

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Basic operations B Recording Recording still images The number of images you can record on a “Memory Stick”

See pages 39 to 42. Still images are recorded in JPEG format. Notes To record still images, slide the POWER switch to turn on the power and insert a • Do not touch the lens portion while it is operating. “Memory Stick.” • While the image is being recorded on the “Memory Stick,” do not shake or strike the camera. Also, do not turn the power off, or remove the battery pack or “Memory Stick.” • When recording a bright subject, the LCD screen color may change after AE lock, but this does not affect the recorded image. POWER switch Holding the camera correctly Hold the camera so that your fingers do not block the flash when recording images. 1 Set the MODE selector to STILL. 2 Press and hold the shutter button halfway Remaining memory down and check the image. capacity indicator While the AE lock indicator z (green) is flashing rapidly, the image freezes momentarily, but is not yet recorded. When the camera finishes the automatic adjustments*, the AE lock indicator z stops flashing rapidly and lights up.** The camera is ready for recording. To cancel the recording, release the shutter button. AE lock indicator 3 Press the shutter button fully down. The shutter sounds and the image is recorded on the “Memory Stick.” When “RECORDING” disappears, you can record the next image. ∗ Exposure and focus are automatically adjusted. ∗∗ When the AE lock indicator z changes to flashing slowly, the subject may be difficult to focus on (dark or no contrast) or the subject may be extremely close. Release the shutter and focus again, and be sure to check the picture after recording. If you skip step 2 and press the shutter fully down The shutter sounds and the image is recorded on the “Memory Stick”. You cannot record an image when: — The recording conditions require a flash and the strobe charge lamp (page 17) is flashing. 15 16 Recording images with the finder Using the zoom feature The lens portion moves during zoom operation. Be careful not to touch the lens portion while it is operating. Zoom button W side: for wide-angle (subject appears LCD ON/OFF farther away) T side: for telephoto (subject appears Press LCD ON/OFF to turn off the LCD screen. closer)

Indicators on the finder

Minimum focal distance to the subject Recording lamp (red) W side: About 19 3/4 inches (50 cm) or more T side: About 19 3/4 inches (50 cm) or more AE lock lamp (green) To record even closer subjects, see page 43. Strobe charge lamp (orange) Digital zoom function This camera has a digital zoom function. Digital zoom enlarges the image by digital processing and it starts to function when Notes zoom exceeds 3×. • When recording a subject closer than 3 1/4 feet (1 m), record using the LCD screen. When recording images with the finder, the positions of the finder and the lens differ, so the recording range may be slightly offset. • You cannot turn off the LCD screen when [DEMO] is set to [ON] in the menu settings. The T side of the bar shows the digital zooming zone. Checking the last recorded image (Quick Review) You can check the last recorded image by clearing the menu bar from the screen Using digital zoom (page 33) and pressing b on the control button. To return to the normal recording • The maximum zoom magnification is 6×. mode, press lightly on the shutter button or select [RETURN] with b/B on the • Digital zooming deteriorates the picture quality. When digital zoom is not control button and then press the center z. You can also delete the image first by necessary, set [DIGITAL ZOOM] to [OFF] in the menu settings (page 37). selecting [DELETE] on the Quick Review screen with b/B on the control button and pressing the center z, and then selecting [OK] with v/V on the control button and Notes pressing the center z. • Zoom does not work while recording moving images. • Digital zoom does not work for moving images. • Digitally zoomed images do not appear in the finder. Check these images using the LCD screen. 17 18 1-4

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LCD screen indicators during recording Recording images with the flash

Press DISPLAY to turn on/off the indicators on the LCD screen. The initial setting is auto (no indicator). In this mode, the flash automatically strobes See page 67 for a detailed description of the indicated items. when the surroundings become dark. When you change the flash mode, press the (flash) repeatedly so that the flash mode indicator appears on the LCD screen. (flash)

DISPLAY

Notes • You cannot turn off the self-timer indicators and some of the indicators used in advanced Each time you press the (flash), the indicator changes as follows. operations. (No indicator) tttt(No indicator) • The indicators on the LCD screen are not recorded. Auto red-eye reduction: The flash strobes before recording to reduce the red-eye phenomenon.

Using the self-timer Forced flash: The flash strobes regardless of the surrounding

brightness. When you use the self-timer function, the subject is recorded about 10 seconds after No flash: The flash does not strobe. you press the shutter button. You can change the brightness of the flash (FLASH LEVEL) in the menu settings Shutter button (page 37). Notes Self-timer lamp • The recommended shooting distance using the built-in flash is 1 5/8 feet to 7 1/2 feet (0.5 m to 2.3 m) when set to the W side, or 1 5/8 feet to 3 7/8 feet (0.5 m to 1.2 m) when set to the T side. • Auto red-eye reduction may not produce the desired red-eye reduction effects depending on individual differences, the distance to the subject, if the subject does not see the pre-strobe, or Control button other conditions. • The flash effect is not obtained easily when you use forced flash in a bright location. • When you record images in a dark place with the camera set to (no flash), the shutter speed becomes slow, so using a tripod is recommended to prevent shaking. Select (self-timer) indicator on the menu bar with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. The (self-timer) indicator appears on the LCD screen, and about 10 seconds after you press the shutter button, the subject is recorded. The self- timer lamp flashes after you press the shutter button until the shutter is released. 19 20 B Playback

Recording moving images Playing back still images

Moving images with audio are recorded in MPEG format. To record moving images, slide the POWER switch to turn on the power and insert a “Memory Stick.” POWER switch

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POWER switch

DISPLAY

1 Set the MODE selector to PLAY. The last recorded image (still or moving) appears on the LCD screen. 1 Set the MODE selector to MOVIE. 2 Press v on the control button to display the menu bar on the LCD screen. 2 Press the shutter button fully down. “REC” appears on the LCD screen, and the image and sound are recorded on 3 Select the desired still image with the the “Memory Stick.” control button. Press v/V/b/B on the control button to select "b/B" If you press the shutter button once on the LCD screen, then press b/B on the control The image and sound are recorded for five seconds. You can change the button. recording time to 10 or 15 seconds with [REC TIME SET] in the menu settings "b: To display the preceding image. (page 36). B": To display the next image. If you hold the shutter button down The image and sound are recorded while the shutter button is held down for up to 60 seconds. However, when [IMAGE SIZE] in the menu setting is set to [320 (HQ)]/[320×240], the maximum recording time is 15 seconds (page 36). When the menu bar is not displayed You can directly select and play back the image with b/B on the control button. Zooming or using the self-timer, etc. Notes • You might not be able to correctly play back images recorded with this camera on other See pages 18 and 19. equipment. • You cannot play back on this camera images larger than the maximum image size that can be recorded with this camera. LCD screen indicators during recording Press DISPLAY to turn on/off the indicators on the LCD screen. LCD screen indicators during still image playback These indicators are not recorded. See page 67 for a detailed description of the indicators. Press DISPLAY to turn on/off the indicators on the LCD screen. See page 68 for a detailed description of the indicators. 21 22 1-5

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Playing back moving images When the menu bar is not displayed

You can directly select the image with b/B on the control button, and play back the image and sound by pressing the center z. When you press the center z during POWER switch playback, playback is paused. Moving images recorded with the image of [320 (HQ)] The images are displayed over the entire screen in steps 3 and 4. VOLUME +/–

DISPLAY Adjusting the volume

Press VOLUME +/– to adjust the volume.

LCD screen indicators during moving image playback

Press DISPLAY to turn on/off the indicators on the LCD screen. See page 68 for a detailed description of the indicators. 1 Set the MODE selector to PLAY. The last recorded image (still or moving) appears on the LCD screen. 2 Press v on the control button to display the menu bar on the LCD screen. 3 Select the desired moving image with the control button. Moving images are displayed one-size smaller than still images. Press v/V/b/B on the control button to select "b/B" on the LCD screen, then press b/B on the control button. "b: To display the preceding image. B": To display the next image. 4 Select B (playback) on the LCD screen with B (playback)/X (pause) v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. The moving image and sound are played back. During playback, B (playback) changes to X (pause). Playback bar To pause playback Select X (pause) on the LCD screen with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. 23 24

Viewing images using a personal Installing the USB driver

computer Before connecting your camera to your personal computer, install the USB driver to the computer. The USB driver is contained together with application software for You can view data recorded with your camera on a personal computer and attach it to viewing images on a CD-ROM which is supplied with your camera. e-mail. This section describes the method for installing the USB driver and viewing images on a personal computer. Be sure to also see the operation manuals for your For Windows 98, Windows 98SE and Windows 2000 users personal computer and application software. 1 Turn on your personal computer and allow Windows to load. Note Data recorded with your camera is stored in the following formats. Make sure that applications 2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your personal that support these file formats are installed on your personal computer. computer. • Still images (other than TEXT mode, uncompressed mode and Clip Motion):JPEG format The application software screen appears. • Moving images/audio: MPEG format • Uncompressed mode still images: TIFF format • TEXT mode, Clip Motion: GIF format 3 Click “USB Driver Installation for Windows 98/98SE, Windows 2000”. USB driver installation starts.

Recommended computer environment

4 Follow the on-screen messages to install the USB driver. Recommended Windows environment OS: Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows 2000 Professional 5 Connect the USB jack (mini-B) on your camera with the USB Standard installation is required. connector on your personal computer using the supplied USB Operation is not assured in an environment upgraded from: cable. Windows 3.1, Windows 95 to Windows 98 or Windows 98 to Windows 98SE; Windows NT 3.51, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows 95 to Windows 2000 to the USB connector to the USB jack CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or faster (mini-B) The USB connector must be provided as standard. ActiveMovie Player (DirectShow) must be installed (to play back moving pictures). Push in until the USB cable connector clicks Recommended Macintosh environment Personal computer into place Macintosh computer with the Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0 standard installation However, note that the update to Mac OS 9.0 should be used for the following models. • iMac with the Mac OS 8.6 standard installation and a slot loading type CD-ROM drive 6 Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camera, connect the AC power • iBook or G4 with the Mac OS 8.6 standard installation adaptor and turn on your camera. The USB connector must be provided as standard. “PC MODE” appears on the LCD screen of your camera and the camera is set QuickTime 3.2 or newer must be installed (to play back moving pictures). to communication standby mode. Your personal computer recognizes the camera, and the Windows Add Hardware Wizard starts. Notes • Operations are not guaranteed for either the Windows or Macintosh environment if you connect 7 Follow the on-screen messages to have the Add Hardware Wizard two or more USB equipment to a single personal computer at the same time (except for the recognize the hardware. USB keyboard and mouse which are provided as standard), or when using a hub. • Depending on the type of USB equipment that is used simultaneously, some equipment may The Add Hardware Wizard starts twice because two different USB drivers are not operate. installed. Be sure to allow the installation to complete without interrupting it. • Operations are not guaranteed for all the recommended computer environments mentioned above. Note In step 7, make sure that a “Memory Stick” is inserted in your camera. Otherwise, you will be unable to install the USB driver. 25 26 1-6

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, For Macintosh users 4 Turn on the power of your camera. 1 Turn on your personal computer and allow the Mac OS to load. “PC MODE” appears on the LCD screen of the camera. 5 Open “My Computer” on Windows and double click the newly 2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your personal recognized drive. (Example: “Removable Disk (D:)”) computer. The folders inside the “Memory Stick” are displayed. 3 Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon to open the window. 6 Select and double-click the desired image/sound file from the folder. 4 Double-click the icon of the hard disk containing the OS to open For the detailed folder and file name, see “Image file storage destinations and the window. image files” (page 30). Desired file type Double-click in this order 5 Move the following two files from the window opened in step 3 to the “System Folder” icon in the window opened in step 4 (drag Still image “Dcim” folder t “100msdcf” folder t Image file and drop). Moving image* “Mssony” folder t “Moml0001” folder t Image file* • Sony USB Driver • Sony USB Shim Audio* “Mssony” folder t “Momlv100” folder t Audio file* Clip Motion “Dcim” folder t “100msdcf” folder t Image file 6 When “Put these items into the Extensions folder?” appears, click image “OK.” E-mail image “Mssony” folder t “Imcif100” folder t Image file 7 Restart your personal computer. TIFF image (uncompressed) * Copying a file to the hard disk of your personal computer before viewing it is

Viewing images recommended. If you play back the file directly from the “Memory Stick”, the

image and sound may break off. For Windows 98, Windows 98SE and Windows 2000 users 1 Turn on the power of your personal computer and allow Windows For Windows 2000 users to load. 2 Connect one end of the USB cable to the USB jack (mini-B) on the When using Windows 2000, the following procedures are recommended when camera and the other end to the USB connector on your personal disconnecting the USB cable from your personal computer or ejecting the “Memory computer. Stick” from the camera while it is connected to your personal computer. 1 Stop the drive by clicking on the “Unplug/Eject” icon in the task to the USB connector to the USB jack tray. (mini-B) 2 When the message appears comfirming the safe removal of the hardware, disconnect the USB cable or eject the “Memory Stick”. Push in until the USB cable connector clicks Personal computer into place 3 Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camera, and connect the AC power adaptor to your camera and then to a wall outlet (mains). 27 28

Notes on using your personal computer Image file storage destinations

“Memory Stick” and image files • “Memory Stick” operations on your camera cannot be assured if the “Memory Stick” has been formatted on your personal computer. Image files recorded with your camera are grouped in folders by recording mode. • Do not optimize the “Memory Stick” on a Windows machine. This will shorten the “Memory The meanings of the file names are as follows. ssss stands for any number Stick” life. within the range from 0001 to 9999. • Do not compress the data on the “Memory Stick.” Compressed files cannot be played back on your camera. For Windows 98 users (The drive recognizing the camera is “D.”) Software • Depending on your application software, the file size may increase when you open a still image file. • When you load an image modified using the supplied retouch software from your personal Folder containing still image, TEXT mode computer to the camera or when you directly modify the image on the camera, the image image and Clip Motion image data format will differ so the “FILE ERROR” message may appear and you may be unable to open the file. Folder containing E-MAIL mode and TIFF • Depending on your application software, only the first frame of a Clip Motion image may be mode image data displayed. Folder containing moving image data Communications with your personal computer Folder containing VOICE mode audio data Communications between your camera and your personal computer may not recover after recovering from Suspend, Resume, or Sleep. Folder File Meaning Other 100msdcf DSC0 .JPG • Still image file recorded normally When connecting the camera to a personal computer or when using an external power source, ssss remove the battery pack from inside the camera. • Still image file recorded in E-MAIL mode (page 41) • Windows and ActiveMovie, DirectShow are either registered trademarks or trademarks of • Still image file recorded in TIFF mode Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. (page 42) • Macintosh and Mac OS, QuickTime are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. • Still image file recorded in VOICE mode • All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of (page 41) their respective companies. Furthermore, “™” and “®” are not mentioned in each case in this manual. CLP0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion file recorded in NORMAL mode (page 40) CLP0ssss.THM • Index image file of Clip Motion file recorded in NORMAL mode MBL0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion file recorded in MOBILE mode (page 40) MBL0ssss.THM • Index image file of Clip Motion file recorded in MOBILE mode TXT0ssss.GIF • Still image file recorded in TEXT mode (page 42) TXT0ssss.THM • Index image file of still image file recorded in TEXT mode 29 30 1-7

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Advanced operations

Folder File Meaning Before performing advanced Imcif100 DSC0ssss.JPG • Small-size image file recorded in E-MAIL mode (page 41) operations DSC0ssss.TIF • Uncompressed image file recorded in TIFF This section describes the basic control methods that are frequently used for mode (page 42) “Advanced operations”. Moml0001 MOV0ssss.MPG • Moving image file recorded normally Momlv100 DSC0ssss.MPG • Audio file recorded in VOICE mode (page 41) The numerical portions of the following files are the same. How to use the MODE selector — A small-size image file recorded in E-MAIL mode and its corresponding image file — An uncompressed image file recorded in TIFF mode and its corresponding image file The MODE selector selects whether you can use your camera to record or to play — An audio file recorded in VOICE mode and its corresponding image file back and edit images. Set the selector as follows before starting to operate your — An image file recorded in TEXT mode and its corresponding index image file camera. — An image file recorded with CLIP MOTION and its corresponding index image file

PLAY STILL MOVIE

PL AY: To play back or edit imag es ST ILL: To record still imag es , vo ice memos and Cl ip Motion images ) MO VIE: To record moving images

How to use the control button

The control button is used to select the indicators, images and menus appearing on the LCD screen of your camera. The operation methods that are frequently used for “Advanced operations” are described below. Select E nter (O K) 31 32 Turning on/off the operation buttons (menu bar) on the LCD screen How to change the menu settings Press v to display the menu bar Some of the advanced operations for your camera are executed by selecting menu on the LCD screen. items displayed on the LCD screen with the control button. Press to clear the menu bar MODE selectorV from the LCD screen. Menu bar Note You cannot clear the menu bar during INDEX screen display (page 47). Selecting items and images on the LCD screen 1 Press v/V/b/B on the 1 Press v on the control button to display the menu bar. control button to select the The menu bar appears as follows according to the setting of the MODE item you want to set or the selector. image you want to display. The color of the selected item or MOVIE/STILL PLAY (single mode) PLAY (INDEX mode) the border of the selected image changes from blue to yellow. 2 Press the center z to enter the item. Repeat steps 1 and 2 to execute 1 each function. 2 Select the desired item with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. The color of the selected item changes from blue to yellow, and when you press the center z, the modes The “Advanced operations” section of this manual refers to selecting and that can be set for that item are displayed. entering items by the above procedure as “Select [(item name)].” 3 Select the desired mode with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. To clear the menu Press V on the control button until the LCD screen returns to the menu bar display in step 1. To clear the menu bar, press V again. 33 34 1-8

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Menu settings Item Setting Description MODE selector

IMAGE x2048×1536 Selects the image size when recording STILL Menu items that can be modified differ depending on the setting of the MODE SIZE 2048 (3:2) still images. selector. The LCD screen shows only the items you can operate at the moment. Initial 1600×1200 settings are indicated with x. 1280×960 640×480 (SELF TIMER) Records with the self-timer (page 19). 320 (HQ) Selects the MPEG image size when MOVIE 320×240 recording moving images. EFFECT x160×112 Item Setting Description MODE REC MODE TIFF Records a TIFF (uncompressed) file in STILL selector addition to the JPEG file. P.EFFECT SOLARIZE Sets the image special effects (page 46). MOVIE TEXT Records a GIF file in black-and-white. B&W STILL VOICE Records an audio file (with still image) SEPIA in addition to the JPEG file. NEG.ART E-MAIL Records a small-size (320×240) JPEG xOFF file in addition to the selected image DATE/ DAY&TIME Sets whether to insert the date and time STILL size. TIME DATE into the image (page 45). xNORMAL Records a JPEG file in the selected xOFF image size. REC TIME 15 sec Adjusts the recording time for moving MOVIE FILE SET 10 sec images. x5 sec Item Setting Description MODE selector ROTATE Rotates the still image. PLAY (in single — FORMAT OK Formats a “Memory Stick.” MOVIE mode only) CANCEL Cancels formatting of a “Memory STILL SLIDE INTERVAL Sets the slide show interval. PLAY Stick.” PLAY SHOW x3 sec/5 sec/10 sec/30 sec/1 min FILE SERIES Assigns numbers to files in sequence MOVIE (in single REPEAT Repeats the slide show. NUMBER even if the “Memory Stick” is changed. STILL mode only) xON/OFF xNORMAL Resets the file numbering each time the START Starts the slide show. “Memory Stick” is changed. CANCEL Cancels the slide show settings and CLIP Sets the image size and number of STILL execution. MOTION frames for creating GIF format animation (page 40). PRINT ON Marks the still images to be printed PLAY MARK (page 55). 160×120 Up to 10 frames can be recorded. (NORMAL) xOFF Unmarks the print mark of the still images. 80×72 Up to 2 frames can be recorded. (MOBILE) PROTECT ON Protects images against accidental PLAY erasure (page 51). CANCEL Cancels Clip Motion. xOFF Releases protection of images against accidental erasure. 35 36 CAMERA Item Setting Description MODE Item Setting Description MODE selector selector VIDEO NTSC Sets the video output signal to NTSC MOVIE OUT mode (North American countries, Japan, DIGITAL xON Uses digital zoom. STILL STILLetc.). ZOOM PLAYOFF Does not use digital zoom. PAL Sets the video output signal to PAL SHARPNESS +2 to –2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. STILL mode (European countries, etc.). appears on the LCD screen except / xENGLISH Displays the menu items in English. MOVIE when set to 0. LANGUAGE /JPN Displays the menu items in Japanese. STILL WHITE IN DOOR Sets the white balance (page 45). MOVIE PLAY BALANCE OUT DOOR STILL CLOCK Sets the date and time (page 12). MOVIE HOLD SET — STILL xAUTO PLAY FLASH HIGH Makes the flash level higher than STILL BEEP SHUTTER Turns off the beep only. (The shutter MOVIE LEVEL normal. sound is heard when you press the STILL xNORMAL Normal setting. shutter button.) PLAY LOW Makes the flash level lower than normal. xON Turns on the beep/shutter sound (when you press the control button/shutter EXPOSURE +2.0 EV to Adjusts the exposure. MOVIE button). –2.0 EV STILL OFF Turns off the beep/shutter sound. TOOL LCD Adjusts the LCD screen brightness MOVIEBRIGHT using the +/– buttons on the LCD STILL Item Setting Description MODE screen. This has no effect on the PLAY selector recorded images. COPY OK Copies an image (page 53). PLAY INDEX* CANCEL Cancels copying of the image. Displays six images at a time (PLAY (INDEX) mode) (page 47). RESIZE 2048×1536 Changes the recorded still image size PLAY (in single 1600×1200 (page 53). mode only) DELETE1280×960 640×480 Setting Description MODE selector CANCEL OK Deletes the displayed image. PLAY CANCEL Cancels deleting of the image.

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Item Setting Description MODE 3 (RETURN)** selector Returns to PLAY (single) mode. DEMO xON/STBY Displayed only when you use the AC MOVIE OFF power adaptor in MOVIE or STILL ∗ Displayed only in PLAY (single) mode.

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that you can record on a “Memory Creating Clip Motion frame.

Setting the image size Stick” (8 MB): Files

(IMAGE SIZE) Image size Number of images or time* Clip Motion is an animation function that plays back still images in 1 2048×1536 Approx. 5 succession. Clip Motion images are 2048 (3:2) Approx. 5 played back on this camera at 1600×1200 Approx. 8 approximately 0.5 s intervals. The images are stored in GIF format, which 1280×960 Approx. 12 is convenient for creating home pages 640×480 Approx. 118 or attaching images to e-mail. 5 Record the image for the next 2,3 frame. 320 (HQ) Approx. 20 (15**) sec. 4,5 Image recording can be repeated 1 Set the MODE selector to 320×240 Approx. 80 (15**) sec. 1 up to the maximum number of MOVIE or STILL. 160×112 Approx. 320 (60**) sec. recordable frames. 2 Select [FILE] and then The frame images are ∗ When [REC MODE] is set to [IMAGE SIZE] from the menu. automatically recorded on the [NORMAL]. “Memory Stick” when you select 3 Select the desired image ∗∗ Numbers in parentheses indicate the 2,3 [FINISH] or after recording the size. maximum recording time during maximum number of frames. continuous recording. 1 Set the MODE selector to Still image sizes STILL. To stop Clip Motion creation 2048×1536, 2048 (3:2)*, 1600×1200, 1280×960, 640×480 2 Select [FILE] and then [CLIP Select [RETURN] after step 3. ∗ The image is recorded in 3:2 MOTION] from the menu. Note that if you record even one frame, you cannot stop Clip Motion creation. (horizontal : vertical) size to match 3 Select the desired mode. the printing paper size ratio of 3:2. The number of Clip Motion frames Moving image sizes 160×120 (NORMAL) that you can record on a “Memory Clip Motion of up to 10 frames can 320 (HQ*), 320×240, 160×112 Stick” (8 MB): be recorded. ∗ High Quality mode This is suitable for use on home Image size Number of images pages, etc. 160×120 Approx. 40* (NORMAL) 80×72 (MOBILE) Clip Motion of up to 2 frames can 80×72 Approx. 800 be recorded. (MOBILE) This is suitable for use with ∗ When recording 10 frames per Clip portable data terminals. Motion file

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This cancels the creation of Clip Notes Motion. • Reading and writing data takes more time than normal image recording. • Due to the limitations of the GIF format, the number of colors for Clip Motion images is reduced to 256 colors or less. Therefore, the picture quality may deteriorate for some images. • The file size is reduced in MOBILE mode, so the picture quality deteriorates. • GIF files not created on this camera may not be displayed correctly. 39 40

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images for e-mail (E- images with audio documents (TEXT) images as

MAIL) files (VOICE) uncompressed files

Text is recorded in black and white E-MAIL mode records a small-size 3 GIF format to provide a clearer image. (TIFF) (320×240) image at the same time asa13This mode simultaneously records still still image. Small-size images are 1 images in both TIFF format convenient for e-mail transmission, etc. (uncompressed) and JPEG format 3 (compressed). 13211Set the MODE selector to 2 STILL. 1 Set the MODE selector to22Select [FILE], [REC MODE], STILL. and then [VOICE] from the12Select [FILE], [REC MODE], Set the MODE selector to menu. 2and then [TEXT] from the STILL. 3 Record the image. menu. 1 Set the MODE selector to 2 Select [FILE], [REC MODE], 3 STILL. If you press and release the shutter Record the image.and then [E-MAIL] from the button, sound is recorded for 2 Select [FILE], [REC MODE], menu. The number of images that you can 5 seconds. and then [TIFF] from the 3 record on a “Memory Stick” (8 MB) Record the image. menu. If you hold down the shutter in TEXT mode: The number of images that you can button, sound is recorded until you 3 Record the image.Image size Number of images record on a “Memory Stick” (8 MB) release the shutter button for up to 2048×1536 Approx. 15 to 125 The number of images that you can in E-MAIL mode: 40 seconds. record on a “Memory Stick” Image size Number of images 2048 (3:2) Approx. 17 to 137The number of images that you can (16 MB) in TIFF mode: 2048×1536 Approx. 4 record on a “Memory Stick” (8 MB) 1600×1200 Approx. 25 to 173 Image size Number of images in VOICE mode (when recording 2048 (3:2) Approx. 4 1280×960 Approx. 40 to 228sound for five seconds): 2048×1536 Approx. 1 1600×1200 Approx. 8 640×480 Approx. 160 to 727Image size Number of images 2048 (3:2) Approx. 1 1280×960 Approx. 12 2048×1536 Approx. 4 To return to normal To return to normal 640×480 Approx. 95 2048 (3:2) Approx. 4 recording mode recording mode Select [NORMAL] in step 2. Select [NORMAL] in step 2. To return to normal 1600×1200 Approx. 7 recording mode 1280×960 Approx. 11 Notes Notes Select [NORMAL] in step 2. 640×480 Approx. 56 • If the subject is not evenly illuminated, you • JPEG images are recorded in the image may be unable to record a clear image. size selected by the [IMAGE SIZE] menu. • Writing and reading data takes more time To return to normal TIFF images are recorded in [2048×1536] than in normal recording. size other than when [2048 (3:2)] is recording mode selected. Select [NORMAL] in step 2. • Writing data takes more time than in normal recording. • The supplied “Memory Stick” (8 MB) does not have sufficient capacity to record uncompressed images. 41 42 1-10

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Recording images in Using the PROGRAM Select this mode when there is Adjusting the AE function backlight or when there is strong macro exposure contrast between the subject and (EXPOSURE)

the background, etc. Position the 1 point you want to record on the212spot light-metering cross hair. 1 LCD screen 2,3 1 Set the MODE selector to 1 Set the MODE selector to Spot light-metering MOVIE or STILL. MOVIE or STILL. 1 Set the MODE selector to 2 cross hair2 Press PROGRAM AE MOVIE or STILL. Press MACRO so that the repeatedly to select the (auto macro) indicator 2 Select [CAMERA] and then desired PROGRAM AE mode. To cancel PROGRAM AE appears on the LCD screen. [EXPOSURE] from the menu.Press PROGRAM AE repeatedly until You can record a subject as close Twilight mode the indicator on the LCD screen goes 3 Select the desired exposure as about 4 inches (10 cm) from the Suppresses the washed-out color out. value. lens surface with the zoom set all of a bright subject in a dark place Adjust the exposure value while the way to the W side. so that you can record the subject Notes checking the brightness of the (About 19 3/4 inches (50 cm) on without losing the dark • You can focus only on distant subjects in background. You can select values the T side) atmosphere of the surroundings. Landscape mode. ranging from +2.0 EV to –2.0 EV • In Panfocus mode, the zoom position and To return to normal Twilight plus mode focus are fixed. in steps of 1/3 EV. recording mode Increases the effectiveness of the • When you record in the Twilight plus twilight mode function. mode, we recommend that you use a tripod Note Press MACRO again so that to prevent shaking. The exposure may not be adjusted properly disappears from the LCD screen. Landscape mode • Set the forced flash when you use the when the subject is extremely bright or dark, Focuses only on a distant subject flash in the following modes: or when using the flash. Notes to record landscapes, etc. –Twilight mode • –Twilight plus mode You cannot record images in macro with the following PROGRAM AE modes. Panfocus mode –Landscape mode Changes the focus quickly and • You cannot use the PROGRAM AE — Landscape mode — Panfocus mode simply from a close subject to a function when [REC MODE] is set to • [TEXT].You cannot record images in macro when distant subject. • The noise may increase in twilight plus appears on the LCD screen. • mode.When recording images in macro, use the LCD screen. If you record using the finder, the range visible in the finder may differ from the actual recording range. 43 44

Adjusting the white Recording the date Enjoying picture

balance (WHITE and time on the still effects (P.EFFECT)

BALANCE) image (DATE/TIME)

Normally the white balance is 4 automatically adjusted. 1 2,3 2,3 1 Set the MODE selector to 2,3 1 Set the MODE selector to MOVIE or STILL. STILL. 1 2 Select [EFFECT] and then Set the MODE selector to 2 Select [EFFECT] and then [P.EFFECT] from the menu. MOVIE or STILL. [DATE/TIME] from the menu. 2 3 Select the desired mode.Select [CAMERA] and then 3 Select the date and time [WHITE BALANCE] from the SOLARIZE setting. menu. The light contrast is clearer and the 3 DAY&TIME picture looks like an illustration.Select the desired white The date, hour and minutes are balance setting. imposed onto the image. B&W The picture is monochrome (black IN DOOR (n) DATE and white). • Places where the lighting The year, month and day are condition changes quickly imposed onto the image. SEPIA • Under bright lighting such as The picture is colored like an old OFF photography studios picture.The date and time are not imposed • Under sodium or mercury lamps onto the image. NEG.ART OUT DOOR ( ) 4 The color and brightness of the Record the image. Recording a sunrise/sunset, night picture are reversed. The date and time are not scene, neon signs, or fireworks displayed during recording. To cancel picture effect HOLD The date and time are displayed Recording a single-colored subject when playing back images. Select [OFF] in step 3. or background AUTO (No indicator) Adjusts the white balance automatically To reactivate auto adjustment Notes Select [AUTO] in step 3. • If you select [DATE] in step 3, the date is imposed onto the image in the order selected Note with “Setting the date and time” (page 12). Select [AUTO] when recording under • The date and time are not imposed onto fluorescent lighting. Clip Motion images. 45 46 1-11

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(previous) index screen Enlarging a part of • You cannot trim images recorded in TEXT

Playing back six Select v/V at the lower left of the LCD the still image (Zoom mode or uncompressed images.

screen. and trimming) • You cannot zoom or trim Clip Motion images at once images. (INDEX) • The maximum zoom magnification is 5× Displays the previous 1 the original image, regardless of the image index screen size. 1 3 • The picture quality of trimmed images Displays the next index may deteriorate. screen • The original picture remains even after trimming. • The trimmed image is recorded as the To return to normal playback 2,4 newest file. 2 (single image) • Select the desired image with the 1 Set the MODE selector to 1 control button. PLAY.Set the MODE selector to PLAY. • Select [3] (RETURN). 2 Display the image to be 2 enlarged. Select [INDEX] on the LCD Note screen. When viewing an image recorded in Clip 3 Zoom in/out the image with Six images are displayed at once Motion or TEXT mode on the INDEX the zoom button. (index screen). screen, the image may appear different from The zoom scaling indicator Only the first frame of Clip Motion the actual image. appears on the LCD screen. files is displayed. 4 Press the control button repeatedly to select the desired part of the image. v: The image moves downward V: The image moves upward b: The image moves rightward B: The image moves leftward To return to the normal size This shows the position of the currently displayed images relative Zoom in with the zoom button until the to all the recorded images. zoom scaling indicator ( ×1.1) disappears from the screen, or simply The following marks are displayed press z. on each image according to the image type and settings. To record an enlarged image : Moving image file (trimming) : Voice memo file : E-mail file 1Enlarge the image. : Print mark 2Press the shutter button. The image - : Protect mark is recorded at 640×480 size, then the TEXT: Text file display returns to the image display TIFF: TIFF file before enlargement. CLIP: Clip Motion file (No mark): Normal recording (no settings) 47 48 To skip to the next/previous

Rotating a still image Playing back the image during slide show Viewing images on a

(ROTATE) images in order playback TV screen (SLIDE SHOW) Select "b/B" at the lower left of the 1 LCD screen. Before connecting your camera, be This function is useful for checking the You can skip to the next/previous sure to turn off the TV. recorded images or for presentations, image by pressing the control buttons etc. B/b while the menu bar is off. Set the TV/VIDEO switch to “VIDEO.” 1 To pause and restart the 2,3,4 slide show Select [X]/[B] at the bottom left of the 1 Set the MODE selector to screen or press the control button z A/V connecting cable PLAY. while the menu bar is off to pause and (supplied) 2 Display the image to rotate. restart the slide show.2,3 3 Select [FILE] and then Note [ROTATE] from the menu. 1 Set the MODE selector to The [INTERVAL] setting time is PLAY. 4 approximate, and may vary depending on Rotate the image clockwise to A/V OUT jack or counterclockwise , 2 Select [FILE] and then [SLIDE the played back image size or other factors. then select [RETURN]. SHOW] from the menu. Set the following items. 1 Connect the A/V connecting Notes cable to the A/V OUT jack of INTERVAL • You may not be able to rotate images your camera and to the 1 min (one minute), 30 sec recorded with other equipment. audio/video input jacks of the • Also, when viewing images on a personal (30 seconds), 10 sec (10 seconds), TV. computer, the image rotation information 5 sec (5 seconds), 3 sec If your TV has stereo type audio may not be reflected depending on the (3 seconds) input jacks, connect the audio plug application software. REPEAT of the A/V connecting cable to the • You cannot rotate protected or Lch jack. uncompressed images, Clip Motion images ON: Plays back images in a or images recorded in TEXT mode. continuous loop until 2 Turn on the TV, then start [RETURN] is selected. playback on your camera. OFF: After all images have been The playback image appears on played back, the slide show the TV screen. ends. 3 Select [START] with the Note control button. You cannot use a TV that has an antenna (aerial) connector only. The slide show begins. To cancel the slide show Select [CANCEL] in step 2 or 3. 49 50 1-12

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erasure (PROTECT) You cannot delete protected files. The - (protect) indicator appears on protected images. 1 1 To release protection If you selected [ALL] in step 2, select [OFF]. If you selected [SELECT] in To cancel deleting step 2, select the images to unprotect 1,2,3 Select [CANCEL] in step 2 or 3. with the control button, then select In single mode 1,2,3 [ENTER]. Note 1 Set the MODE selector to If there are files on the “Memory Stick” with

In single mode PLAY, then display the image names having the same last 4 digits as the file name of the image to be deleted, these

1 to delete.Set the MODE selector to files are also deleted at the same time. PLAY, then display the image 2 Select [DELETE] and then to protect. [OK] from the menu. 2 The image is deleted.Select [FILE], [PROTECT], and then [ON] from the menu. The displayed image is protected In INDEX mode and - appears. 1 Set the MODE selector to To release protection PLAY, then display the INDEX Select [OFF] in step 2. screen. 2 Select [DELETE] and then

In INDEX mode [ALL] or [SELECT] from the menu.

1 Set the MODE selector to 3 When you select [ALL] PLAY, then display the INDEX Select [ENTER]. screen. All unprotected images are 2 Select [FILE], [PROTECT], deleted. and then [ALL] or [SELECT] When you select [SELECT] from the menu. Select all the images to delete with 3 When you select [ALL] the control button, then select Select [ON]. [ENTER]. All the images recorded in “Memory Stick” are protected. When you select [SELECT] Select all the images to protect with the control button, then select [ENTER]. 51 52 Notes

Changing the Copying images In INDEX mode • If you do not select [EXIT] after

recorded still image (COPY) “COMPLETE” appears and instead insert a new “Memory Stick,” the same image is size (RESIZE) You can copy images to another 1 copied again. “Memory Stick.” • You cannot copy uncompressed images. 1 • You cannot copy images that are bigger than 5 MB at once. If “NOT ENOUGH

In single mode MEMORY” appears or flashes on the

INDEX screen, cancel some images to 1,2,3,4 copy and try again. 1 1 Set the MODE selector to 1,2,3 PLAY, then display the INDEX 1 screen.Set the MODE selector to PLAY and display the image 2 Select [TOOL], [COPY], and to resize. then [SELECT] from the 1,2 2 menu.Select [TOOL] and then 1 Set the MODE selector to [RESIZE] from the menu. 3 Select the image to copy.PLAY, then display the image 3 The (select) indicator appears Select the desired image to copy. on the image. size. 2 Select [TOOL], [COPY], and 2048×1536, 1600×1200, 4 Select [ENTER].then [OK] from the menu. 1280×960, 640×480 “MEMORY STICK ACCESS” “MEMORY STICK ACCESS” The changed image is recorded, appears.appears. then the display returns to the 5 When “CHANGE MEMORY image display before resizing. 3 When “CHANGE MEMORY STICK” is displayed, eject the STICK” appears, eject the “Memory Stick.” To return to the original size “Memory Stick.” “INSERT MEMORY STICK” Select [CANCEL] in step 3. “INSERT MEMORY STICK” appears. appears. Notes46Insert another “Memory Insert the “Memory Stick” on • You cannot change the size of images Stick.” which to copy the image. recorded in TEXT mode, uncompressed “RECORDING” appears. When “RECORDING” appears. When images or Clip Motion images. copying is completed, • When you change from a small size to a copying is completed, “COMPLETE” appears. large size, the picture quality deteriorates. “COMPLETE” appears. To end copying, select [EXIT]. • The original image is retained even after To end copying, select [EXIT]. resizing. • To copy the image to The resized image is recorded as the To copy the image to newest file. another “Memory Stick”another “Memory Stick” Select [CONTINUE] after step 6 and Select [CONTINUE] after step 4 and repeat steps 5 and 6. repeat steps 3 and 4. To cancel copying part-way Change the MODE selector setting or turn off the power. 53 54 1-13

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Selecting still images of the selected images change condensation

to print (PRINT MARK) from green to white. Precautions When bringing the camera from a cold place to a warm place, seal the camera in a plastic You can mark a print mark on still bag and allow it to adapt to conditions at the On cleaning new location over a period of time (about an images recorded with your camera. hour). This mark is convenient when you Cleaning the LCD screen have images printed at a shop that Wipe the screen surface with a cleaning If moisture condensation occurs conforms with the DPOF (Digital Print cloth (not supplied) or a LCD cleaning kit Turn off the camera and wait about an hour Order Format) standard. (not supplied) to remove fingerprints, dust, for the moisture to evaporate. Note that if etc. you attempt to record with moisture To unmark selected print remaining inside the lens, you will be unable 1 marks Cleaning the camera surface to record clear images. Clean the camera surface with a soft cloth Select the images to unmark in step 3 slightly moistened with water, then wipe the with the control button, then select surface dry. Do not use any type of solvent On AC power adaptor [ENTER]. such as thinner, alcohol or benzene as this may damage the finish or the casing. • Unplug the unit from the wall outlet 1,2,3,4 To unmark all the print (mains) when you are not using the unit for After using your camera at the a long time.

In single mode marks seashore or other dusty locations • To disconnect the power cord (mains lead),

Select [FILE], [PRINT MARK], Clean your camera carefully. Otherwise, the pull it out by the plug. Never pull the 1 Set the MODE selector to [ALL] and then [OFF] from the menu. salty air may corrode the metal fittings or power cord (mains lead) itself. PLAY and display the image of all images are unmarked. dust may enter the inside of your camera, • Do not operate the unit with a damaged you want to print. causing a malfunction. cord or if the unit has been dropped or Notes damaged. 2 Select [FILE], [PRINT MARK], • You cannot mark moving images, Clip • Do not bend the power cord (mains lead) and then [ON] from the menu. Motion images or images recorded in Note on operating forcibly, or place a heavy object on it. This The (print) mark is displayed TEXT mode. temperature will damage the cord and may cause fire or • If you mark an image recorded in TIFF electrical shock.on the image. Your camera is designed for use between the mode with a print mark, only the • Prevent metallic objects from coming into temperatures of 32°F and 104°F (0°C and To unmark the print mark uncompressed image is printed, and the contact with the metal parts of the 40°C). Recording in extremely cold or hot JPEG image recorded at the same time is connecting section. If this happens, a short Select [OFF] in step 2. places that exceed this range is not not printed. may occur and the unit may be damaged.recommended. • Always keep metal contacts clean. • Do not disassemble the unit.

In INDEX mode • Do not apply mechanical shock or drop the On moisture condensation unit.

1 Set the MODE selector to • While the unit is in use, particularly during PLAY, then display the INDEX If the camera is brought directly from a cold charging, keep it away from AM receivers to a warm location, or is placed in a very screen. and video equipment. AM reception and damp room, moisture may condense inside video operation are disturbed. 2 Select [FILE], [PRINT MARK], or outside the camera. Should this occur, the • The unit becomes warm during use. This is and then [SELECT] from the camera will not operate properly. not a malfunction. menu. Moisture condensation occurs • Do not place the unit in locations that are: easily when: — Extremely hot or cold3 Select the images to mark • — Dusty or dirtyThe camera is brought from a cold location with the control button. — Very humidsuch as a ski slope into a warmly heated — Vibrating room. • The camera is taken from an air- conditioned room or car interior to the hot outdoors, etc. 55 56 On battery pack “Memory Stick”, , “MagicGate PAL system countriesOn “Memory Sticks” Memory Stick” and are trademarks of Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, • Use only the specified charger with the Sony Corporation. Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great charging function. “Memory Stick” is a new compact, portable “MagicGate” and are Britain, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, • To prevent accident from a short circuit, do and versatile IC recording medium with a trademarks of Sony Corporation. Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, not allow metal objects to come into data capacity that exceeds a floppy disk. Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, contact with the battery terminals. “Memory Stick” is specially designed for Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. • Keep the battery pack away from fire. exchanging and sharing digital data among • Never expose the battery pack to “Memory Stick” compatible products. Using your camera PAL-M system country temperatures above 140°F (60°C), such as Because it is removable, “Memory Stick” Brazil in a car parked in the sun or under direct can also be used for external data storage. abroad sunlight. Power sources PAL-N system countries• Keep the battery pack dry. There are two types of “Memory Sticks”: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay • Do not expose the battery pack to any general “Memory Sticks” and “MagicGate You can use your camera in any mechanical shock. Memory Sticks” that are equipped with the country or area with the supplied SECAM system countries • Do not disassemble nor modify the battery MagicGate* copyright protection battery charger within 100 V to 240 V Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, pack. technology. AC, 50/60 Hz. Use a commercially Guiana, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Monaco, • Install the battery pack to the camera You can use both types of “Memory Stick” available AC plug adaptor [a], if Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic, securely. with your camera. However, because your necessary, depending on the design of Ukraine, etc. • Charging while some capacity remains camera does not support the MagicGate the wall outlet (mains) [b]. does not affect the original battery standards, data recorded with your camera is capacity. not subject to MagicGate copyright protection. If any problem occurs, unplug your camera AC-LS1A∗ MagicGate is copyright protection and contact your nearest Sony dealer. technology that uses encryption technology.

On internal rechargeable Notes

button battery • Watching the playback picture on Do not remove the “Memory Stick” while TV This camera has an internal rechargeable reading or writing data.• If you want to view the playback button battery for maintaining the date and Data may be damaged if: time and other settings regardless of whether — you remove the “Memory Stick” or turn picture on a TV, you need a TV having off your camera while reading or a video input jack and a video the power is on or off. This rechargeable writing data. connecting cable.button battery is constantly charged as long — you use the “Memory Stick” in a as you are using the camera. However, if The color system of the TV must be you use the camera for only short periods it location subject to the effects of static the same as that of your digital still discharges gradually, and if you do not use electricity or noise. camera. TV color systems differ from • the camera at all for about half a year it Do not attach any other material than the country to country. Check the becomes completely discharged. In this supplied label on the labeling position.• following list: case, be sure to charge this rechargeable When you carry or store the “Memory Stick,” put it in its supplied case. button battery before using the camera. NTSC system countries• However, even if this rechargeable button Do not touch the terminals of a “Memory Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, battery is not charged, you can still use the Stick” with your hand or a metal object.• Do not strike, bend or drop the “Memory Central America, Chile, Columbia, camera as long as you do not record the date Stick.” Ecuador, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, and time. • Do not disassemble or modify the Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the Charging method “Memory Stick.” Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. Connect the camera to a wall outlet (mains) • Do not allow the “Memory Stick” to get with the AC power adaptor, or install a wet. charged battery pack, and leave the camera for 24 hours or more with the POWER switch set to OFF. 57 58 1-14

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Troubleshooting Symptom Cause and/or Solution

The picture is noisy. • Your camera is placed near a TV or other If you experience trouble with your camera, first check the following items. Should equipment that uses strong magnets. your camera still not operate properly after you have made these checks, consult your tMove your camera away from the TV, etc. Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. If code displays (C:ss:ss) appear on the LCD screen, the self-diagnosis display function is working (page 64). The picture is too dark. • You are shooting a subject with a light source behind the subject. tAdjust the exposure (page 43). Symptom Cause and/or Solution tAdjust the brightness of the LCD screen (page 38). Your camera does not • You are not using an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. work. tUse an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (page 8). The flash does not work. • The flash is set to . • The battery level is low (the E indicator appears tSet the flash to auto (no indicator), or on the LCD screen). (page 20). tCharge the battery pack (page 9). • PROGRAM AE is set to the Twilight, Twilight • plus, or Panfocus mode.The AC power adaptor is not connected securely. tCancel the mode (page 43) or set the flash to tConnect it firmly to the DC IN jack of your . camera and a wall outlet (mains) (page 11). • • The MODE selector is set to MOVIE.The built-in microcomputer is not working properly. tSet it to STILL. tDisconnect and then reconnect all power The date and time are • The date and time are not set correctly. sources after one minute. Then turn the power recorded incorrectly. tSet the correct date and time (page 12). on by sliding the POWER switch and check that Vertical streaks appear • The smear phenomenon is happening. the camera works properly. when you are shooting a tThis is not a malfunction. Your camera cannot • You cannot record images while the flash is very bright subject. record images. charging. The battery life is short. • You are recording/playing back images under • The MODE selector is set to PLAY. extremely cold temperatures. tSet it to MOVIE or STILL (pages 15, 21). • The battery pack is not charged enough. • No “Memory Stick” has been inserted into your tCharge the battery pack fully. camera. • The battery pack is dead. t Insert a “Memory Stick” (page 14). tReplace the battery pack with a new one (page • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set 8). to LOCK. tSet it to the recording position. The battery remaining • You have used the camera for a long time in an indicator is incorrect. extremely hot or an extremely cold location. The picture is out of focus. • Your camera is not in macro recording mode when • The battery pack is dead. you shoot a subject that is about 4 to 19 3/4 inches tReplace the battery pack with a new one (page (10 to 50 cm) away from the lens. 8). tSet the macro recording mode (page 43). • The battery pack is discharged. tPress the zoom button to set to the W side. t Install a fully charged battery pack (pages 8, 9). The resizing function does • You cannot resize moving images, text images and The power goes off tFully charge the battery pack (page 9). not work. Clip Motion images. although the battery You cannot display a print • You cannot display print marks on moving images, remaining indicator mark. text images and Clip Motion images. indicates that the battery pack has enough power to operate. 59 60 Symptom Cause and/or Solution Symptom Cause and/or Solution Nothing appears in the • The AC power adaptor is disconnected. A file error occurs when • The image size is larger than 2048×1536. display window or the tFirmly connect the power cord to the wall outlet you play back a file. tReduce the image size on your computer to indicators flash during (page 11). 2048×1536 or smaller so that it can be played charging. • The battery pack has malfunctioned. back on this camera. tContact your Sony dealer or local authorized The PROGRAM AE • The camera is set to text mode. Sony service facility. function does not work. tCancel text mode (page 42). • The battery pack is not installed correctly. t Install the battery pack correctly (page 8). The LCD screen freezes • This is a characteristic of the system and is not a momentarily. malfunction. The zoom does not work. • PROGRAM AE is set to the Panfocus mode. The picture is • The camera is set to TEXT mode. tCancel the Panfocus mode (page 43). monochrome (black and tCancel TEXT mode (page 42). • You cannot use zoom to record moving pictures. white). • P.EFFECT is set to B&W mode. Digital zoom does not • You cannot use digital zoom when recording tCancel B&W mode (page 46). function. moving pictures or when the LCD screen is set to OFF. Your personal computer • The camera is turned off. does not recognize your • Digital zoom is set to [OFF]. tTurn on the camera.camera. tSet digital zoom to [ON] at the menu. • The battery level is low. tUse the AC power adaptor (page 11). Your camera cannot play • The MODE selector is set to STILL or MOVIE. • The USB cable is not connected firmly. back images. tSet it to PLAY (page 22). tDisconnect the USB cable, and connect it again The image and sound are • You are playing back the file directly from the firmly. Make sure that “PC MODE” is displayed interfered by noise when “Memory Stick.” on the LCD screen (page 26). you play back an image on tCopy the file to the hard disk of the personal • The USB connectors on your personal computer are a personal computer. computer and then play back the file from the connected to other equipment besides the keyboard, hard disk (page 28). the mouse, and your camera. The image cannot be tConsult the personal computer or software tDisconnect the USB cables except for the ones played back on a personal manufacturer. connected to the keyboard, the mouse, and your computer. camera. Your camera cannot delete • The image is protected. The lens does not retract • The battery is discharged. an image. Cancel the protection (page 51). even when the power is tReplace it with a fully charged battery or use the t turned off. AC power adaptor. The power turns off • With the MODE selector set to STILL or MOVIE, suddenly. if you do not operate the camera for about three minutes while the power is on, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery. tTurn on the camera. • The battery is discharged. tReplace it with a fully charged battery. (pages 8, 9) The image does not • The video output signal setting of your camera is appear on the TV screen. incorrect. tChange the setting (page 38). 61 62 1-15

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Warning and notice messages Self-diagnosis display

Various messages appear on the LCD screen. Check the corresponding descriptions Your camera has a self-diagnosis display. This in the following list. function displays the camera condition on the LCD screen with a combination of a letter and Message Meaning four digits of numbers. If this occurs, check the following code chart. The code informs you of the NO MEMORY STICK No “Memory Stick” has been inserted. camera’s current condition. The last two digits SYSTEM ERROR Turn the power off and on again. (indicated by ss) will differ depending on the state of the camera. MEMORY STICK ERROR The inserted “Memory Stick” cannot be used with your camera, or the “Memory Stick” is damaged or not inserted correctly. Self-diagnosis display • C:ss:ss FORMAT ERROR Failed to format the “Memory Stick.” You can reverse the camera MEMORY STICK LOCKED The write-protect tab on the “Memory malfunction yourself. Stick” is set to the LOCK position. • E:ss:ss Contact your Sony dealer or local NO MEMORY SPACE The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is full, authorized Sony service facility. and you cannot record or copy images. NO FILE No image has been recorded on the First three digits Cause and/or Corrective Action “Memory Stick.” C:32:ss • There is trouble with your camera’s hardware or FILE ERROR An error occurred while playing back the zooming function. image. tTurn the power off and on again. FILE PROTECT The image is protected against erasure. C:13:ss • An unformatted “Memory Stick” is inserted. for “InfoLITHIUM” battery only The battery is not the “InfoLITHIUM” tFormat the “Memory Stick” (page 35). type. • The inserted “Memory Stick” cannot be used with NOT ENOUGH MEMORY The images you want to copy are too big to your camera, or is damaged. copy with your camera. t Insert a new “Memory Stick” (page 14). COPY ERROR Copying was not performed correctly, or the “Memory Stick” was removed during E:61:ss • A camera malfunction that you cannot reverse has copying. E:91:ss occurred. tContact your Sony dealer or local authorized DIRECTORY ERROR A directory with the same name already exists. Sony service facility and inform them of the 5- digit service code. (example: E:61:10) IMAGE SIZE OVER You are playing back an image of a size that cannot be played back with your camera. If you are unable to solve the problem even after trying the corrective INVALID OPERATION You are playing back a file that was created actions a few times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony on equipment other than your camera. service facility. E The battery level is low or zero. When a self-diagnosis display appears - The image is protected. The error display appears on the display window (page 66). 63 64

Display window indicators LCD screen indicators The indicators during recording

A Macro indicator H Battery usable time indicator (displayed only during B Battery remaining indicator charging) C Recording mode/EV level Number of recorded images indicator Error display : Some kind of misoperation A Battery remaining indicator I Self-diagnosis function/ D Image size indicator has occurred. Check the self- recording time indicatorB PROGRAM AE/flash level/flash Clip Motion indicator diagnosis display on the LCD E mode indicator J Number of recorded images screen (page 64) and take the F Flash mode/flash level appropriate corrective action. C White balance/EV level/ K Remaining memory capacity indicator : A problem has occurred sharpness indicator indicator with lens drive. Turn the camera on G PROGRAM AE indicator D Picture effect indicator L Moving image/VOICE recording and off several times, and if the White balance indicator time indicatorproblem persists, contact your E Date/time indicatorPicture effect indicator Date/time indicator Sony dealer or authorized Sony M Self-timer indicator F AE lock indicator/Focus lock service facility. indicator N Spot light-metering indicator I “Memory Stick” remaining G Recording mode/Clip Motion O Macro mode indicator indicator indicator P Menu bar and guide menu H Image size indicator They appear by pressing v on the control button and disappear by pressing V of it. 66 67 1-16

Additional information Additional information

,

When playing back still images

A Protect indicator F Image number B Print mark indicator G Number of stored images in “Memory Stick” C File name H Remaining memory capacity D Recording mode/Clip Motion indicator indicator I Recording date of the playback E Image size indicator image/menu bar and guide menu

When playing back moving images

4567min 320 6/8 1 VOL. 0:1229INDEX DELETE FILE TOOL SETUP SELECT OK MENU BAR OFF qa A VOL. (Volume) indicator F Image number/number of stored images in “Memory B Playback/pause buttons Stick” B: during pause G Remaining memory capacity X: during playback indicator C Fast-forward/rewind buttons H Counter D Recording mode indicator I Playback image E Image size indicator J Play bar K Menu bar and guide menu 11-1-177 E,

DSC-P1 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below. 2-1. BT LID ASSEMBLY DSC-P1 REPLACING METHOD (Page 2-2) 2-2. REAR CABINET BLOCK 2-3. PD-137 BOARD 2-5. SW-349 BOARD (Page 2-4) (Page 2-4) (Page 2-5) 2-4. ZM-26 BOARD 2-6. LCD MODULE (Page 2-4) (Page 2-5) SERVICE POSITION (LCD PANEL AND PD-137 BOARD) (Page 2-5) 2-7. ALMINUM CABINET (REAR) ASSEMBLY REPLACING METHOD (Page 2-6) 2-8. INNER CABINET (REAR) ASSEMBLY REPLACING METHOD (Page 2-7) 2-9. JACK COVER 2-10. UPPER CABINET BLOCK REPLACING METHOD (Page 2-9) (Page 2-8) 2-12. LENS BLOCK 2-14. DD-150 BOARD 2-11. PW-122 BOARD (Page 2-9) (Page 2-11) (Page 2-9) 2-13. CA-66, PS-440 BOARDS 2-15. ST-62 BOARD (Page 2-10) (Page 2-11) OVERALL CHECK 2-16. HI-74 BOARD SERVICE POSITION (Page 2-11) (Page 2-10) 2-17. MT-60 BOARD (Page 2-11) 2-1, • ATTACHMENT OF CPC-9 JIG Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) (18p flexible board) CPC cover PD-137 board CN881

Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given.

2-1. BT LID ASSEMBLY REPLACING METHOD [Note] The shape of BT plate varies depending on the last code of BT holder assembly, as shown below. The BT lid assembly for service parts (X-3951-282-1) can be used only for the last code-3 of the BT holder assembly. For the last code-1 and -2 of the BT holder assembly, replace the BT holder assembly. This portions are different. BT plate of BT holder assembly BT plate of BT holder assembly having last code-1 and -2 having last code-3 2-2, BT lid assembly 2 Aligning with the rails of BT plate, slide new BT lid assembly in the direction of arrow B. In such a case, slide until a click is heard, avoiding a damage of two claws by the end face of BT plate.

B

BT plate Two claws Two claws End face of BT plate Note: As tricks, slide the BT lid assembly obliquely by the amount of a play to the BT plate as shown 1 Cut off the two claws of the BT inner lid, in the figure, taking care not to damage the two claws. and pull off the BT lid assembly in the direction of arrow A.

A

BT plate end face Note: After pulling off the BT lid assembly, take care not to damage the aluminum cabinet by the BT plate which will open by means of a spring force. Claw 2-3, 2-2. REAR CABINET BLOCK 2 Screw (M1.7) 7 Rear cabinet block 1 Screw (M1.7) 6 Flexible board (MT-60 board) (CN883) 3 Screw (M1.7) 5 Cabinet (front) assembly 4 Two screws (M1.7) 2-3. PD-137 BOARD 2-4. ZM-26 BOARD 3 ZM-26 board Flexible board 1 Two screws6 (ZM-26 board) (M1.7) (CN882) 4 PD-137 board 2 ZM sheet metal 3 Two screws (M1.7) 5 Flexible board (SW-349 board) (CN884) 2 Three screws (M1.7) 1 Two flexible boards (CN805, 806) 2-4, 2-5. SW-349 BOARD 2-6. LCD MODULE 4 Two claws 1 Three screws (M1.7) 5 LCD module 2 SW-349 board 1 Screw 3 Two claws 2 Light guide plate block [SERVICE POSITION (LCD PANEL AND PD-137 BOARD)] Adjustment remote commander CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) ZM-26 board (Note 1, 2) PD-137 board SW-349 board LCD panel AC IN Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. AC power Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) adaptor cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. 2-5, 2-7. ALUMINUM CABINET (REAR) ASSEMBLY REPLACING METHOD 1 Peel off the light interception sheet (F). 4 Affix adhesive sheet (P), aligning with the frame of aluminum cabinet. Adhesive sheet (A) [Between inner cabinet (rear) assembly and aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly] Adhesive sheet (P) 5 Affix the LCD cover, aligning with the frame of aluminum cabinet. Light interception sheet (F) Note: At this time, do not touch the back of LCD cover. The back surface with 2 From the inner cabinet (rear) assembly, remove a spcial treatment is easily affected the aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly stuck with with the pollution. adhesive sheet (A) at two places. LCD cover 3 Insert new aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly, aligning with the inner cabinet. In such a case, make sure that the adhesive sheet (A) is affixed 6 As shown below, affix the light on the inner cabinet side. If adhesive sheet (A) interception sheet (F), aligning with is not present or adhesive force is reduced, the positioning boss. affix adhesive sheet (A) (3-064-219-01) to the places shown below before insertion. Light interception sheet (F) Aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly adhesive sheet (A) 2-6, 2-8. INNER CABINET (REAR) ASSEMBLY REPLACING METHOD 1 Peel off the light interception sheet (F). 5 Insert the jack cover into new inner cabinet (rear) assembly. Adhesive sheet (A) [Between inner cabinet (rear) assembly Inner cabinet (rear) assembly and aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly] Jack cover 6 Forcibly fit the Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5). Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5) Light interception sheet (F) 2 From the aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly, remove the inner cabinet (rear) assembly stuck with adhesive sheet (A) at two places. 7 Check if adhesive sheet (A) remains on the aluminum cabinet side, and if so, remove it. Peel stripping sheet off the adhesive sheet (A) at two places in the inner cabinet (rear) assembly. Insert the inner cabinet (rear) assembly, aligning with the aluminum cabinet. 3 Pull off the forcibly fitted parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5) in the direction of arrow A. Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5) Aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly adhesive sheet (A)

A

4 Pull the jack cover off the inner cabinet (rear). Inner cabinet (rear) assembly 8 As shown below, affix the light interception sheet (F), aligning with the positioning boss. Jack cover Light interception sheet (F) 2-7, 2-9. JACK COVER REPLACING METHOD 1 Peel off the light interception sheet (F). 5 Insert new jack cover into the inner Adhesive sheet (A) cabinet (rear) assembly. [Between inner cabinet (rear) assembly and aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly] Inner cabinet (rear) assembly Jack cover 6 Forcibly fit the Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5). Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5) Light interception sheet (F) 2 From the aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly, remove the inner cabinet (rear) assembly stuck with adhesive sheet (A) at two places. 7 Insert the inner cabinet, aligning with the aluminum cabinet. In such a case, if adhesive sheet (A) is not present or an adhesive force is reduced, affix adhesive sheet (A) (3-064-219-01) before insertion. Aluminum cabinet (rear) assembly 3 Pull off the forcibly fitted parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5) in the direction of arrow A. Parallel pin (dia. 1.6 × 5)

A

8 As shown below, affix the light 4 Pull the jack cover off the inner cabinet (rear). interception sheet (F), aligning with the positioning boss. Inner cabinet (rear) assembly Jack cover Light interception sheet (F) 2-8, 2-10. UPPER CABINET BLOCK 2-11. PW-122 BOARD 3 Screw 4 Upper cabinet block 3 Claw (M1.7) 4 Cabinet (upper) assembly 2 Flexible board (MT-60 board) (CN151) 5 PW-122 board 1 Sheet (upper) 1 Flexible fixed sheet 2 Three screws (M1.7) 2-12. LENS BLOCK 7 Two step screws (M1.7) 8 Two cushions 5 Screw (M1.7) 3 Two flexible boards (CN101, 201) 9 Lens frame 6 Two claws 4 Screw (M1.7) 0 Lens block 1 Screw 2 Cabinet (bottom) (M1.7) 2-9, 2-13. CA-66, PS-440 BOARDS 2 Claw 1 Screw (M1.7) 3 CA-66, PS-440 boards [OVERALL CHECK SERVICE POSITION] Upper cabinet block AC power adaptor Adjustment remote AC IN commander PS-440 board CA-66 board CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) (Note 1, 2) Lens block PD-137 board BT-2 board DD-150 board Stand Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. HI-74 board It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. 2-10, 2-14. DD-150 BOARD 2-16. HI-74 BOARD 4 Flexible board (MT-60 board) 2 Screw (M1.7) 7 HI-74 board 4 DD-150 board 5 Screw (M1.7) 3 Screw (M1.7) HI-74 3 Claw 1 Screw 6 Claw (M1.7) 1 Flexible board (ST-62 board) (CN051) 2 Flexible board (MT-60 board) 2-15. ST-62 BOARD 2-17. MT-60 BOARD 1 Two screws 4 MT-60 board (M1.7) 2 ST-62 board 3 Claw 1 Screw 2 Claw 2-11, 2-18. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION DD-150 (DC/DC CONVERTER) HI-74 CA-66 VIDEO, EVR, USB I/F, CAMERA PROCESSOR, HI CONTROL, AUDIO LENS DRIVE MT-60 (CONNECTION) BT-2 (DC IN) PS-440 SH DSP, MEMORY, CAMERA DSP ST-62 (STOROBE) SW-349 (CONTROL SWITCH) 2-12, ZM-26 (ZOOM SWITCH) PD-137 CONNECTION, LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR PW-122 (LCD DRIVER) CD-290 (CCD IMAGER) 2-13 E,

DSC-P1 SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS

3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

BT-2 BOARD (1/2) PS-440 BOARD IC504 IC506 MT-60 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-75, 76) CN001 (1/2) CA-66 BOARD 16M FLASH ROM 64M SDRAM

(SEE PAGE 4-34) (SEE PAGE 4-33) MS DIO, MS BS, MS SCLK MEMORYCD-290 BOARD STICK 16 20 16 14 LENS IRIS METER SHUTTER IC501 HI-74 BOARD IC151 CCD OUT CCD DATA BUS 12 MC CAM, CN1402 IMAGER 16 DATA BUS 16 SH DSP IC601 USB D+ IC103 (SEE PAGE 4-32) USB DATA(SEE PAGE 4-8) USB I/F USB D– USBS/H, AGC, A/D (SEE PAGE 4-45) CONVERTER, FOCUS ZOOM TIMING 14 ADDRESS BUS 20 MOTOR MOTORMMH1, H2, RG GENERATOR IC301 ZM-26 BOARD

M M (SEE PAGE 4-12) Y OUTCAMERA DSP, IC651 PD-137 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-72)V1A, V1B, V2,

V3A, V3B, V4, VSHT MEMORY CONTROL, IC303 C OUT VIDEO V OUT V OUT J052IC507 VIDEO DECODER, AMP14 ADDRESS BUS 14 IC304 A/V OUT LENS TMP FOCUS ZOOM OPD, OSD, EEPROM V OUT ON (SEE PAGE 4-43) AU OUT SENSOR SENSOR ENCODER HOST IF, 64M (SEE PAGE 4-33) IC201 RES CONTROL, SDRAM SEE PAGE (SEE PAGE 4-13) SG, JPEG, 16 DATA BUS 16 L-MODE 4-37, 38 SP+, SP– SP901 CAM SI, CAM SO, XCAM SCK IRIS IN SPEAKER IRIS (SEE PAGE 4-36) IRIS REF LENS TEMP ADDRIVER ZOOM SW AD ZOOM MECHA MSHUT ON

SWITCH

SHUTTER MSHUT REF DRIVER Y OUT FUNCTION ZOOM ENCODER 1–4 KEY C OUT SW-349 BOARD XFC RST SENS (SEE PAGE 4-69) KEY AD1 ZOOM MOTOR PE DC IN1 KEY AD2 FUNCTION

DRIVER

AU SDTI IC701 A OUT L IC702 KEY AD3 KEY FOCUS MOTOR PE DIR0A, PE DIR0B AU SDTO AUDIO REC OUT AUDIO DRIVER AD/DA AMP IC203 CONVERTERPANEL Y MIC SIG(SEE PAGE 4-49) (SEE PAGE 4-49) (SEE PAGE 4-13) LENS TEMP AD PANEL R-Y LCD901 PANEL B-Y PANEL Y VR PE DAC LEVEL1, 2 PANEL R-Y IC801 VG 1.5inch LCD VB COLORPANEL B-Y STRB ON DRIVE LCD PHOTO TR OUT (SEE PAGE 4-65) IC802 IC804

ST-62 BOARD HI SO, XHI SCK I/O EXP LCD

(SEE PAGE 4-59, 60) (EVR) TIMING (SEE PAGE 4-65) GENERATOR BRIGHT DD-150 BOARD (SEE PAGE 4-66) D9001 PHOTO TR OUT LEVEL BACK LIGHT

SENSOR

IC652 BL VO+ BL VO+ FLASH STRB ON SYS DD ON CAM SO, XCAM SCK CONTROL EVRLCD DD ON MSHUT REF, IRIS REF SP VOL IC051 (D/A CONVERTER)CAM DD ON (SEE PAGE 4-44) DC CONTROL BL ON STRB UNREG (SEE PAGE 4-79) IC406 HI SO, HI SI, XHI SCK FLASH A+4.9V CHARGE STRB CHG EEPROM PW-122 BOARD MIC901M+5V XSTB FULL (SEE PAGE 4-48) MIC UNIT VOUT ON CAM+15V SYS DD ON CAM –7.5V LCD DD ON IC404 XPWER SW POWER D+1.8V KEY AD1 J1401 ACV UNREG CAM DD ON HI CONTROL

SWITCH

D+3.2V BL ON (SEE PAGE 4-48) KEY AD2 DC IN A+3.2V KEY AD3 XSHTR LOCK SW SHUTTER PANEL+3.2V BATT SIG ZOOM SW AD XSHTR SW SWITCH FAST CHARGE, INIT CHARGE XSTRB FULL DC UNREG STRB CHG MOVIE/XSTILL SW MOVIE/STILL FAST CHARGE BATT UNREG XPWER SW XCAM/PB SW /PLAY CN001 (2/2) CHARGE INIT CHARGE BACK UP VCC XSHTR LOCK SW

SWITCH

SWITCH XSHTR SW BATTERY LCD902 TERMINAL MOVIE/XSTILL SW IC407 IC402 XCAM/PB SW + BATT UNREG PANEL+15V

LCD

EVER+3.5V +3.1V IC101RESET MODULE BATT SIG REGULATOR (SEE PAGE 4-47) LCD SO, LCD SCK LCD S (SEE PAGE 4-47) DRIVE CH+3.2V – (SEE PAGE 4-54)PANEL+13.5V SWITCHING EVER+3.5V REGULATOR RTS SIO,HI UNREG IC405 RTS SCK BL VO+ BT001 TIMERCLOCK BATTERY,

BT-2 BOARD (2/2) + (SEE PAGE 4-48)LITHIUM

(SEE PAGE 4-75, 76) SECONDARY – 3-1 3-2 CAM SO, XCAM SCK HI SO, HI SI, XHI SCK SP VOL AU OUT SP+, SP–,

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3-8. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM 1

ST-62 BOARD T1001

(SEE PAGE 4-59, 60)

MT-60 BOARD (1/3) 3 D1001 MT-60 BOARD (2/3) DD-150 BOARD CN051

Q1052, 1054 Q1056 L063 8 L1051 STRB UNREG • TRANS 2 + C1003 DC UNREG 9 DRIVE51M+5V Q1057 BATT UNREG TO STRB CHG CL076 STRB CHG 5 STRB CHG TO HI-74 BOARD A XSTRB FULL CL075 XSTRB FULL XSTRB FULL E HI-74 BOARD (SEE PAGE 3-17) 6 A+3.2V (SEE PAGE 3-17) TO STRB ON CL074 STRB ON 3 STRB ON FLASH D+3.2V PS-440 BOARD B Q069 4 XSTRB PHOTO ON DRIVEQ1003 Q1002 (SEE PAGE 3-18) STRB PHOTO ON CL073 STRB PHOTO ON INVERTER Q1058 BRIGHT Q1051, 1053, 1055 A+4.9V A+4.9V LEVEL 7 SENSOR A+4.9V

TO F PW-122 BOARDD+3.2V

F005 (SEE PAGE 3-18)J1401 ACV UNREG CL085 – 087 ACV UNREG DC IN BATT/XEXT F001 BATT UNREG CL089 BATT UNREG F002 F003 CL054 F003 F003 TOQ055 A+3.2V G BT-2 BOARDSWITCHING (2/3)

BT-2 BOARD (1/3) F004 L051 Q065 L062 (SEE PAGE 3-17)

(SEE PAGE 4-75) A+4.9V CL061 A+4.9V ACV UNREG CL037 – 039 PANEL+15V Q001, 002 FAST CHARGE CL010 OUT6 47 Q057 A+4.9V –IN6 4 SWITCHING CL062, Q003, 004 L052 L054 M+5V CL100 M+5V INIT CHARGE CL009 Q052 TO 25 RT D+3.2V OUT5-1 45 SWITCHING H CA-66 BOARD BATTERY CN001 D004 (SEE PAGE 3-18)TERMINAL (1/2) 26 CT CAM+15V OUT5-2 46 PANEL+15V CL064 + BATT UNREG13 F001 CL029 CL088 F001 –IN5 8 CAM –7.5V BATT SIG S 12 BATT SIG CL007 T051 L060 Q066 BATT GND – 11 IC05145CAM+15V CL066 DC CONTROL (SEE PAGE 4-79) 3 Q053 6 D051 7 RECT OUT3 41 SWITCHING 2 L059 Q064 19 VCC18CAM –7.5V CL065 BATT SIG 42 VCC(O) INIT CHARGE –IN3 28 FAST CHARGE Q068 Q062, 06321 CTL1, 2 BATT XEXT 24 CTL5 EMERGENCY TO BL ON CL081 BL ON

C 23 CTL4 Q056 DETECT

HI-74 BOARD SWITCHING (SEE PAGE 3-17) D052 LCD DD ON CL057 LCD DD ON L057 L058 D+1.8V CL067 D+1.8V CAM DD ON CL058 CAM DD ON 22 CTL3 OUT2-1 39 Q059 SYS DD ON CL059 SYS DD ON SWITCHING TO20 CTL L056 I PS-440 BOARD D+3.2V CL070 D+3.2V OUT2-2 40 (SEE PAGE 3-18) –IN2 31 L055 Q054 A+3.2V CL069 A+3.2V

SWITCHING

L053 L061 Q060, 061 PANEL+3.2V CL068 OUT1-1 37 Q058

SWITCHING

OUT1-2 38 OUT4 CL063 OUT4 –IN1 34 D+3.2V TO 43 OUT4 BT-2 BOARD (2/3) D CH4 OUT CL060 CH4 OUT 12 –IN4 (SEE PAGE 3-17) PANEL+13.5V SWIN 2 PANEL+3.2V

TO

PD-137 BOARD SWOUT1J(SEE PAGE 3-18) DC UNREG CL053 DC UNREG Q051 CL083 PANEL+13.5V 3-15 3-16,

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3-9. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM 2 PANEL UNIT

BT-2 BOARD (2/3) PD-137 BOARD

L803 IC804 IC802 IC803 IC801 D9001

MT-60 BOARD (3/3) LCD TIMING I/O EXP VREF AMP,LCD DRIVE BACK LIGHT

OUT4 CL022 OUT4 GENERATOR (EVR) VCO(SEE PAGE 4-65) TO (SEE PAGE 4-66)CH4 OUT CL021 CH4 OUT (SEE PAGE 4-66) (SEE PAGE 4-65)DD-150 BOARD Q005 DPANEL+13.5V (SEE PAGE 3-15) SWITCHING CN1101 CN883 L802 CN806 L002 L004 F003 CL031 F003 BL VO+ CL026 BL VO+ 37 BL VO+ 37 BL VO+• • 1 39 39 L801 PANEL+13.5V 35 PANEL+13.5V 35 LCD901 D007 D+3.2V 32 D+3.2V 32 TO • • D803 CN805HI UNREG CL033 DD-150 BOARD J 34 34 L805PANEL+3.2V VDDG/VVDD33 PANEL+3.2V 33 9 D008 L001 D006 (SEE PAGE 3-16) DC UNREG DC UNREG 1.5inch BATT UNREG CL036 BATT UNREG EVER+3.5V CL03444VDD VDD VDD/HVDD COLOR337LCD

TO

DD-150 BOARD G IC001 (SEE PAGE 3-16) VOUT 2 CN881 CN882 CN884A+4.9V CL023 A+4.9V 4 LXA+4.9V CE 3 DC/DC 18 1044CONVERTER SW-349 BOARD Q006 – 009 (SEE PAGE 4-76) CPC

ZM-26 BOARD S051, 052

(SEE PAGE 4-72) D002 (SEE PAGE 4-69)L003 (FOR CHECK) ZOOM PANEL+15V CL024 PANEL+15V PANEL+13.5V CL028 (STROBE CHARGE)REG SWITCH D006 (SELF-TIMER/RECORDING) A+3.2V CL084 A+3.2V R020 CH+3.2V CL027 D007 (AE LOCK) CL025 LCD DD ON

CA-66 BOARD L102 FB111

FB110 IC103 CD-290 BOARD CL133 CH+3.2V L101 TIMING L104 GENERATOR IC151

HI-74 BOARD A+4.9V CL104 A+4.9V FB102 S/H, AGC, IC404

CAM+15V CL101 CAM+15V FB112 A/D CONVERTER CCD HI CONTROL CAM –7.5V CL102 CAM –7.5V FB113 (SEE PAGE 4-12)

IMAGER

(SEE PAGE 4-48) HI UNREG (SEE PAGE 4-8) LCD DD ON CL418 LCD DD ON CN10147 LCD DD ON IC407 IC201 L103 CAM DD ON CL420 CAM DD ON TO IC203 CAM+15V25 CAM DD ON +3.1V REG IRIS/ 16 SYS DD ON CL419 SYS DD ON DD-150 BOARD H FOCUS/ZOOM CAM –7.5V29 SYS DD ON (SEE PAGE 4-47) MECHA SHUTTER(SEE PAGE 3-16) 15 Q409 L401 DRIVER MOTOR DRIVER TO (SEE PAGE 4-13) (SEE PAGE 4-13)2 VIN VOUT 3 DD-150/BT-2 (1/3) BATT SIG CL485 BATT SIG BATTERY 48 BATT SI CHARGE LENS UNIT /MT-60 (1/3) C CL209,DETECTOR 49 BATT SO L201 BOARD M+5V CL221 M+5V Q203 CN201 (SEE PAGE 3-15) INIT CHARGE CL415 INIT CHARGE D+3.2V CL105 D+3.2V L202 FOCUS RESET VCC27 INIT CHARGE IC402 16 FOCUS FAST CHARGE CL414 FAST CHARGE XRESET 38 1 XRESET SENSOR100 FAST CHARGE RESET BATT/XEXT CL925 BATT/XEXT (SEE PAGE 4-47) CL204 XLENS RST LED20 BATT/XEXT BL ON CL416 BL ON 43 BL ON TO STRB CHG CL904 STRB CHG 93 STB CHG ST-62 BOARD A CL369XSTRB FULL XLENS RST LEDCL903 XSTRB FULL 155 LENS RST LED (SEE PAGE 3-15) 32 XSTB FUL IC406 IC601 TO STRB ON CL340 STRB ONST-62 BOARD B 199 STROBE1STRB PHOTO ON CL359EEPROM USB I/F STRB PHOTO ONBATT UNREG CL439 BATT UNREG 71 BATT SENS (SEE PAGE 3-15) 158 STRB PHOTO ON DC UNREG CL440 DC UNREG (SEE PAGE 4-48) (SEE PAGE 4-45)72 ACV SENS IC301 92 DD CON SENS IC501 IC503 IC507 CAMERA DSP, MEMORY CONTROL, MC CAM, INVERTER EEPROM VIDEO DECODER, OPD, OSD, HOST IF, TO A+4.9V CL712 A+4.9V A+4.9V FB601 SH DSP (SEE PAGE 4-32) (SEE PAGE 4-33) RES CONTROL, SG, JPEG, L-MODE DD-150 BOARD E D+3.2V CL436 D+3.2V MS POWER (SEE PAGE 4-32) (SEE PAGE 4-36) (SEE PAGE 3-16) CL714, ON CL438 CL530 MS POWER ON 16 PTB5 M+5V 719 M+5V DAC ENB CL666 CL542 DAC ENB 26 PTA5 IC701 L301 L303 L304 A+3.2V CL713 A+3.2V FB302AUDIO AD/DA CONVERTER L501 L503 L502 L703 (SEE PAGE 4-49) FB301 D1401 D+1.8V CL306 D+1.8VTO (ACCESS) D+3.2V CL308 D+3.2V L704 Q703 L652 IC651 DD-150 BOARD I (SEE PAGE 3-16) A+3.2V CL305 A+3.2V IC702 VIDEO AMP (SEE PAGE 4-43) L701 AUDIO AMP

BT-2 BOARD (3/3) (SEE PAGE 4-49)

L653 L505 FB503 IC504 L504 FB501 IC506 (SEE PAGE 4-75) 16M FLASH ROM 64M SDRAM IC305 IC652 (SEE PAGE 4-34) (SEE PAGE 4-33) 10 PS-440 BOARD ZOOM CONTROLCN001 Q653, 654 EVR (SEE PAGE 4-37) (2/2) Q414, 415 (SEE PAGE 4-44) MEMORY VCC MS VCC CL020 CL437 MS VCC L302 STICK 9 CN151 FB101 IC101 1 LI+ CL008 CL408 LI+ EVER+3.2V CL468 12 EVER+3.2V LCD DRIVE FB304 D410 (SEE PAGE 4-54) IC303 BT001 TO D+3.2V D+3.2V BATTERY, F 3 IC304DD-150 BOARD A+4.9V 18 A+4.9V+ LITHIUM IC405 (SEE PAGE 3-16) A+4.9V 64M SDRAM – SECONDARY D151 SW151 SEE PAGETIMER CLOCK (SEE PAGE 4-48) (POWER) 4-37, 38 05 MODE D152 SWITCH

PW-122 BOARD (SELF-TIMER/RECORDING)

3-17 3-18 E

EVER+3.5V CL402 HI UNREG CL401 VDD CL448 VDD UNREG

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DSC-P1 SECTION 4 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block) (For printed wiring boards) (Measuring conditions voltage and waveform) • b: Pattern from the side which enables seeing. • Voltages and waveforms are measured between the (The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) measurement points and ground when camera shoots • Through hole is omitted. color bar chart of pattern box. They are reference values • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. and reference waveforms. * • There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram (VOM of DC 10 MΩ input impedance is used) isn’t mounted in this model. • Voltage values change depending upon input impedance • Chip parts. of VOM used.) C6544564512333431. ConnectionBE12332132154321212112543412Pattern box1232143(For schematic diagrams) • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µ µF. 50 V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. L • Chip resistors are 1/10 W unless otherwise noted. kΩ=1000 Ω, MΩ=1000 kΩ. • Caution when replacing chip parts. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum Front of the lens capacitor, Because it is damaged by the heat. L=About 90 cm • Some chip part will be indicated as follows. Example C541 L452 22U 10UH TA A 2520 2. Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of Fig. Kinds of capacitor a and the Fig. b can be obtain. Temperature characteristics H External dimensions (mm) • Constants of resistors, capacitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate that they are not used. In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated. • Parts with ★ differ according to the model/destination. Refer to the mount table for each function. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristicABA=BBAcurve B, unless otherwise noted. Fig. a (Video output terminal output waveform) • Signal name XEDIT → EDIT PB/XREC → PB/REC • 2: non flammable resistor Color bar chart • 5: fusible resistor picture frame • C: panel designation Monitor TV • A: B+ Line * picture frame • B: B– Line * • J : IN/OUT direction of (+,–) B LINE. * • C: adjustment for repair. * • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. * Fig.b (Picture on monitor TV) * Indicated by the color red. When indicating parts by reference number, please Note : The components identified by mark 0 or include the board name. dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number specified. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifie. 4-1 Yellow Cyan Green Yellow White Cyan Magenta Green Red White Blue Magenta Red Blue,

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4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/2)

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A CN1402 5P

VCC 1 USB_D- 2 USB USB_D+ 3 MT-60 ID 4 USB_GND 5

B LCD902 LCD MODULE DD-150 BOARD

CN051 12P 1 REG_GND 2 REG_GND

C FLASH ST-62 BOARD 3 STRB_ON

4 XSTRB_PHOTO_ON

UNIT PW-122 BOARD S1525 STRB_CHG D152 (SHUTTER) CN102

SELF-TIMER/ 6P MIC UNIT 6 XSTRB_FULL RECORDING MIC_GND17A+4.9V (RED) N.C. 2 C1003 (FOR STROBE) 8 STRB_UNREG D151 N.C. 3 9 STRB_UNREG (POWER)

MIC MIC901

(GREEN) MIC_SIG 4 10 STRB_GND SW151 N.C. 5

D S151 (MODE)11 STRB_GND

POWER MOVIE STILL PLAY N.C. 6 12 PHOTO_TR_OUT

MT-60 MT-60 LENS UNIT E

CN101 17P GND 1 D1401 OPTICAL VIEW CCD_OUT 2 (ACCESS) FINEDER (RED) MT-60 BT-2 BOARD HI-74 BOARD PS-440 BOARD CA-66 BOARD GND 3 GND 4

F V1B 5

V3B 6 V3A 7 LENS V1A 8 V2 9 V4 10 CCD_TEMP 11 CD-290 VSUB_CONT 12 CCD VSHT 13 BOARD

G GND 14

CAM-7.5V 15 CAM+15V 16 CN001 13P GND 17 1 VSS H2 18 2 BS RG 19 3 N.C. H1 20 4 DIO GND 21

H 5 N.C.MEMORY STICK 6 INT

7 N.C. 8 SCLK CN201 25P 9 VCC SHUTTER+ 1 10 VSS BT001 SHUTTER+ 2 (LITHIUM BATTERY) SHUTTER- 3 11 BATT_GND

I SHUTTER- 4BATTERY TERMINAL 12 BATT_SIG IRIS- 5

13 BATT_UNREG IRIS+ 6 N.C. 7 FOCUS_A- 8 FOCUS_B- 9 FOCUS_A 10

MT-60 FOCUS_B 11

TEMP_GND 12

J TEMP_OUT 13

FOCUS_RESET_SENS 14 J1401 DC IN FOCUS_RESET_GND 15 FOCUS_RESET_VCC 16 ZOOM_ENCODER_4 17 ZOOM_ENCODER_3 18 ZOOM_ENCODER_2 19 ZOOM_ENCODER_1 20

K ENCODER_GND 21

ZOOM_DRIVE+ 22 ZOOM_DRIVE+ 23 ZOOM_DRIVE- 24 ZOOM_DRIVE- 25

L CONTINUED ON MT-60 PAGE 4-5 FRAME (1/2)

4-3 4-4

MT-60

CN151 18P 1 XCAM/PB_SW 2 MOVIE/XSTILL_SW 3 D+3.2V 4 XPWER_LED 5 XTALLY_LED 6 REG_GND 7 LCD_COM/XDATA 8 LCD_CS 9 LCD_SO 10 LCD_SCK 11 REG_GND

MT-60 12 EVER+3.2V

13 XPWER_SW 14 XSHTR_LOCK_SW 15 XSHTR_SW 16 MIC_GND 17 MIC_SIG 18 A+4.9V

MT-60

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A CONTINUED ON PAGE 4-4 MT-60 B C D

CN805 24P CN882 11P 1 TESTL/NC REG_GND 1 SP901 2 COM/COM SP+ 2 ZM-26 BOARD SPEAKER 3 VST/STH SP- 3 4 VCK/XSTH D+3.2V 4 J052 5 EN/CKH1 REG_GND 5 S051 S052 A/V OUT

E 6 DWN/CKH2 V_OUT 6 ZOOM(T) ZOOM(W)

7 VDD/HVDD REG_GND78VSS/GND AV_JACK_SW89VDDG/VVDD AU_OUT 9 10 VSSG/XSTV AU_GND 10

PANEL UNIT

11 CS/STV ZOOM_SW_AD 11 12 WIDE/CKV2

F LCD901 13 HST/CKV1 PD-137 BOARD

14 REF/XENB 1.5inch 15 SDUT/ENB When the machine needs to be repaired,please refer to

COLOR LCD 16 CRext/XPCG page 6 to discriminate the type of LCD (TYPE ST or TYPE SA)

17 HCK2/PCG 18 HCK1/CSV CN884 8P (TYPE ST/TYPE SA) 19 PSIG/PCD XTALLY_LED 1 20 G/G XSTRB_LED 2

G 21 R/R S882 XAE_LOCK_LED 3 SW-349 BOARD(CONTROL)

22 B/B D+3.2V 4 S881 23 RGT/CSH DISPLAY KEY_AD3 5 D006 24 TESTR/NC KEY_AD2 6 S005 S007 SELF-TIMER/

D9001 Note:CN805 Pin Name KEY_AD1 7

VOLUME(+) VOLUME(-) RECORDING A/B (RED)REG_GND 8 A:TYPE ST

LED B:TYPE SA D007(AE LOCK) BACKLIGHT (GREEN) H CN806 6P D002

1 BL_VO+ (STROBE CHARGE) 2 BL_FB (ORANGE) 3 BL_L1 S003 4 BL_L2 MACRO 5 N.C. S002 6 GND S006 S008 (FLASH)

I LCD ON/OFF PROGRAM AE J CPC (FOR CHECK) FRAME (2/2)

4-5 4-6 CN883 40P CN1101 40P LANC_IN11LANC_IN LANC_OUT22LANC_OUT VDD33VDD DC_UNREG44DC_UNREG RXD55RXD CN881 18P RESET66RESET 1 BL_L1 PF777PF7 2 BL_L2 TXD88TXD 3 N.C. REG_GND99REG_GND 4 REG_GND PANEL_Y 10 10 PANEL_Y 5 N.C. SP+ 11 11 SP+ 6 N.C. PANEL_R-Y 12 12 PANEL_R-Y 7 HSY SP- 13 13 SP- 8 PEARL_COM PANEL_B-Y 14 14 PANEL_B-Y 9 VG REG_GND 15 15 REG_GND 10 UNREG PANEL_V 16 16 PANEL_V 11 LANC_IN V_OUT 17 17 V_OUT 12 LANC_OUT HDO 18 18 HDO 13 MAKER_RECOG AU_GND 19 19 AU_GND 14 PF7 XHI_SCK 20 20 XHI_SCK 15 TXD AU_OUT 21 21 AU_OUT 16 RXD HI_SO 22 22 HI_SO 17 RESET AV_JACK_SW 23 23 AV_JACK_SW 18 VDD XCS_PANEL_D/A 24 24 XCS_PANEL_D/A ZOOM_SW_AD 25 25 ZOOM_SW_AD REG_GND 26 26 REG_GND XSTRB_LED 27 27 XSTRB_LED REG_GND 28 28 REG_GND XAE_LOCK_LED 29 29 XAE_LOCK_LED REG_GND 30 30 REG_GND XTALLY_LED 31 31 XTALLY_LED D+3.2V 32 32 D+3.2V PANEL+3.2V 33 33 PANEL+3.2V D+3.2V 34 34 D+3.2V PANEL+13.5V 35 35 PANEL+13.5V KEY_AD1 36 36 KEY_AD1 BL_VO+ 37 37 BL_VO+ KEY_AD2 38 38 KEY_AD2 BL_VO+ 39 39 BL_VO+ KEY_AD3 40 40 KEY_AD3,

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4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

CD-290 (CCD IMAGER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

– Ref. No.: CD-290 board; 20,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model1234567is printed on this diagram. • Chip parts

CD-290 BOARD

TransistorACCCD IMAGER -REF.NO.:20,000 SERIES- XX MARK:NO MOUNT 21PBEC157 LND171 1 GND 10p LND172 C1542 CCD_OUT 0.1u R157

B 0LND173 3 GND Q152 2SC4250

LND174 4 GND (T5LSONY1)

BUFFER

LND175 5 V1B C158XX LND176 6 V3B LND177 7 V3A R156 LND178 8 V1A12345678910 LND179 9 V2 CA-66 BOARD (1/2) LND180 10 V4 TH151 XX CN101 LND181 11 CCD_TEMP

C (SEE PAGE 4-11) IC151LND182 12 VSUB_CONT

CCD IMAGER LND183 13 VSHT IC151 ICX262AQ-13 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 LND184 14 GND LND185 15 CAM-7.5V LND186 16 CAM+15V LND187 17 GND R158 C155 LND188 R15418 H2 270 47 0.1u

D LND189 19 RG C1560.1uLND190 20 H1

R155 1M LND191 21 GND C152 2200p R153 SIGNAL PATH C1530.1u VIDEO Q151 SIGNAL UN9213J-(K8).SO

E SWITCH

Y/CHROMA 05 REC

Precautions for Replacement of CCD Imager

• The CD-290 board mounted as a repair part is not equipped with a CCD imager.

When replacing this board, remove the CCD imager from the

old one and mount it onto the new one. • If the CCD imager has been replaced, carry out all the adjustments for the camera section. • As the CCD imager may be damaged by static electricity from its structure, handle it carefully like for the MOS IC.

In addition, ensure that the receiver is not covered with dusts

nor exposed to strong light.

CDD IMAGER

CD-290 4-7 4-8 H2 V4 H1 V3A VL V3B CSUB V2 SUB V1A GND V1B H1 TEST H2 TEST RG GND VDD VOUT,

DSC-P1 PW-122 (LCD DRIVER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD

– Ref. No.: PW-122 board; 30,000 series – (SELF-TIMER/ • For Printed Wiring Board. RECORDING) • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. • See page 4-85 for printed parts location. (SHUTTER)

A

KKAKK A KK

POWER

(POWER)

LCD DRIVER

PW-122 4-51 4-52,

DSC-P1 PW-122 (LCD DRIVER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

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PW-122 BOARD A LCD DRIVER

-REF.NO.:30,000 SERIES- 24P LCD902

XX MARK:NO MOUNT NC 1 LND101COM1 NO MARK:STILL/PB MODE COM1 2 LND1021.5 1.5 COM2

COM2 3 LND103 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 SEG1 SEG1 4 LND104 SEG2

B SIGNAL PATH SEG2 5 LND105SEG3

SEG3 6 LND106 SEG4

AUDIO R101 SEG4 7 LND107

680k SEG5SIGNAL 1.6 1.5 SEG10 SEG5 8 LND108 OSC1 SEG10 SEG6 1.9 1.5 SEG9 SEG6 9 LND109 OSC2 SEG9 SEG7

PB IC101 1.5 SEG8 SEG7 10 LND110VSS SEG8 SEG8 LCD

C101 3.1 1.5 SEG8 11 MODULEFB101 SEG7 LND1110.1u VC LCD DRIVE SEG7 0uH SEG93.1 IC101 1.5 SEG6 SEG9 12 LND112 VLCD BU9735K-E2 SEG6 SEG10 LCD_SCK 3.1 1.5 SEG5 SEG10 13 LND113

C VDD SEG5 SEG11LCD_SO LCD_SCK 3 1.5 SEG4 SEG11 14 LND114

S152 XHI_SCK SEG4 SEG12 (SHUTTER) LCD_CS LCD_SO 3 1.5 SEG3 SEG12 15 LND115HI_SD SEG3 SEG13CALCD_COM/XDATA SEG13 16 LND11612SEG14 SEG14 17 LND117 SEG1534SEG15 18 LND118 B SEG16D SEG16 19 LND119 CN151 18P SEG17 SEG17 20 LND120 A_+4.9V 18 S151 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 SEG18

D MIC_SIG 17 POWER

SEG18 21 LND121301.5 COM331COM3 22 LND122MIC_GND 16 COM4 COM4 23 LND123 XSHTR_SW 1542NC 24 LND124XSHTR_LOCK_SW 14 XPWER_SW 13 EVER+3.2V 12 REG_GND 11 MT-60 BOARD (2/4) LCD_SCK LND001-LND018 10

E (SEE PAGE 4-21) LCD_SO 9

LCD_CS 8 LCD_COM/XDATA 7 L101 REG_GND 6 XX XTALLY_LED 5 XPWER_LED 4 D152 R151 C102 D_+3.2V 6803 TLSU1008(T05,SOY) XX MOVIE/XSTILL_SW 2 SELF-TIMER/

F RECORDING

(RED) 8765XCAM/PB_SW 1 D151 R152 TLGU1008(T05,SOY) 680 (POWER) (GREEN) C103 SW151 XX (MODE) MOVIE STILL PLAY R108

G 01234

MOVIE COM PLAY LND153 LND154 LND152 R105 R106680 C107XX XX C108 XX C104 CN102 6P

XX

1 MIC_GND R153 10k C109 2 NC MIC901 0.1u R107 3 NC

H 0 MICD153 D154 D155 4 MIC_SIG

LND155 01ZA8.2(TPL3) 01ZA8.2(TPL3) 01ZA8.2(TPL3) 5 NC FLAME_GND 6 NC

LCD DRIVER

4-53 4-54 PW-12287654321LCD_CS SEG18 SEG18LCD_CS LCD_COM/XDATA LCD_COM/XDATA SEG17 1.5 SEG17 COM1 1.5 COM1 SEG16 1.5 SEG16 COM2 1.5 SEG15 1.5COM2 SEG15 COM3 1.5 SEG14 1.5COM3 SEG14 COM4 1.5 SEG13 1.5COM4 SEG13 SEG1 1.5 SEG1 SEG12 1.5 SEG12 SEG2 SEG2 SEG11 SEG11 IC102 XX 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24,

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• For Printed Wiring Board. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model

ST-62 (STROBE) PRINTED WIRING BOARD is printed on this diagram.

– Ref. No.: ST-62 board; 10,000 series – • See page 4-85 for printed parts location. • Chip parts TransistorC564BE123124

B

1 8

C E

AE45KCAB635

STROBE

ST-62 4-55 4-56,

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E C

STROBE

4-57 4-58 ST-62,

DSC-P1 ST-62 (STROBE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-55 for ST-62 printed wiring board.

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ST-62 BOARD A STROBE(STRB BLOCK)

-REF.NO.:10,000 SERIES-

XX MARK:NO MOUNT Q1054

2SB1073-R-TX

NO MARK:STILL/PB MODE B+ SWITCH

STRB_UNREG D1001 LN1001 HAU140C028TP L1051 3.9 0 XE_H

B 1uH3225 R1052 R1002100k 3.9 4.7M

R1058 C1055 T1001 1u CHARGE TRANS27k 0 R106145T1002 R1053 0

FLASH

100 UNIT C1002 Q1056 3 47000pF 12P Q1052 0 UN9213J-(K8).SO 2SB1073-R-TX3.9 R1060C1051 LND151 12 PHOTO_TR_OUT SWITCHING TRANS DRIVE 270022u C1053 C1003 STRB_GND STRB_CHG 10V 10u 95uF/ LND152 11 STRB_GND 2 300V

C R1051 0 R1056LND153 10 STRB_GND 4700 47 XE_L

LND154 9 STRB_UNREG LN1002 LND155 C1054168STRB_UNREG 0.01u DD-150 BOARD CN051 LND156 7 A_+4.9V (SEE PAGE 4-80) LND157 6 XSTRB_FULL LND158 5 STRB_CHG LND159 4 XSTRB_PHOTO_ON R1062

D LND160 3 STRB_ON

LND161 2 REG_GND 0 2.5 LND162 1 REG_GND54013Q1057 0 XP1211-TXE C1056 FLASH CHARGE 2 1u 187.6

DETECTOR

5678Q1053 Q1002 UN5111-TX B+ SWITCH C1052 CY25AAJ-8-T13

E 0 0.047u FLASH SWITCH IGPT

4.9 R1054 R1055 1k 150421R1003 30 4.9 Q1051 0 XP1211-TXE R1004 SWITCHING5401M13Q1055 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO00FLASH DRIVE

F 2

R1063 10k 2200p C1001 4.9 4.9 4.9 Q1058 UN9111J-(K8).SO B+ SWITCH 4.9 Q1003G PN126S.S0(BRIGHT LEVEL SENSOR)

The components identified by mark 0 or dotted Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont

line with mark 0 are critical for safety. critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que

Replace only with part number specified. par une piéce portant le numéro spécifié. STROBE

ST-62 4-59 4-60 D1051 MA111-(K8).S0,

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PD-137 (CONNECTION, LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref. No.: PD-137 board; 10,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • PD-137 board is four-layer print board. However, the patterns of layers 2 to 3 have not been included in the diagram. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. • See page 4-85 for printed parts location. • Chip parts TransistorC34

DISPLAY

BE21

CONTROL

K K

A

8 64 5 4-61

CONNECTION, LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR

PD-137,

DSC-P1 PD-137 (CONNECTION) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-61 for PD-137 printed wiring board.

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SIGNAL PATH PD-137 BOARD (1/2) VIDEO SIGNAL A AUDIO CONNECTION(CN BLOCK) CHROMA Y Y/CHROMA SIGNAL

-REF.NO.:10,000 SERIES- REC

XX MARK:NO MOUNT PB B 1 LANC_IN LANC_OUT 2

3 VDD DC_UNREG45RXD RESET67PF7 TXD89REG_GND PANEL_Y 10 PANEL_Y 11 SP+ PANEL_R-Y 12 PANEL_R-Y 13 SP- PANEL_B-Y 14 PANEL_B-Y CN882 11P 15 REG_GND PANEL_V 16 PANEL_V HDO31REG_GND17 V_OUT HDO 18

C PD-137 BOARD (2/2) 2 SP+19 AU_GND XHI_SCK 20 XHI_SCK

3 SP- 21 AU_OUT HI_SO 22 HI_SO 4 D+3.2V 23 AV_JACK_SW XCS_PANEL_D/A 24 XCS_PANEL_D/A 5 REG_GND ZM-26 BOARD 25 ZOOM_SW_AD REG_GND 26 D+3.2V 6 V_OUT LND055-LND065 27 XSTRB_LED REG_GND 28 (SEE PAGE 4-72) 7 REG_GND 29 XAE_LOCK_LED REG_GND 30 8 AV_JACK_SW REG_GND 31 XTALLY_LED D+3.2V 3219AU_OUT

D PANEL+3.2V 33 PANEL+3.2V D+3.2V 34PD-137 BOARD (2/2) 10 AU_GND

PANEL+13.5V 35 PANEL+13.5V KEY_AD1 36 11 ZOOM_SW_AD 37 BL_VO+ KEY_AD2 38 BL_VO+ 39 BL_VO+ KEY_AD3 40 PD-137 BOARD (2/2) CN883 40P MT-60 BOARD (2/4) CN1101 (SEE PAGE 4-34) R893 2700 2 S881 1 S881

DISPLAY E S882

CONTROL CN884 8P UP RIGHT 1 XTALLY_LEDD880 01ZA8.2(TPL3) 2 XSTRB_LED S SETS3XAE_LOCK_LED S882 4 D+3.2V SW-349 BOARD 5 KEY_AD3 LND001-LND008 R890 LEFT DOWN (SEE PAGE 4-69)6 KEY_AD2

F 7 KEY_AD1

8 REG_GND R891 1800 MAKER_RECOG VG 4 R892 2700 LND880 PSIG PD-137 BOARD (2/2) FLAME_GND

HSY

BL_L2 5 BL_L1 PD-137 BOARD (2/2)G

H

CPC (FOR CHECK)

CONNECTION

PD-137 (1/2) 4-63 4-64 CN881 18P VDD 18 RESET 17 RXD 16 TXD 15 PF7 14 MAKER_RECOG 13 LANC_OUT 12 LANC_IN 11 UNREG 10 VG 9 PEARL_COM 8 HSY 7 N.C. 6 N.C. 5 REG_GND 4 N.C. 3 BL_L2 2 BL_L1 1,

DSC-P1 PD-137 (LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-61 for PD-137 printed wiring board. • See page 4-82 for waveforms.

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PD-137 BOARD (2/2) SIGNAL PATH A LCD DRIVE,TIMING GENERATOR NO MARK:STILL/PB MODE VIDEO SIGNAL

-REF.NO.:10,000 SERIES- ( ):TYPE ST MODEL (STILL/PB MODE)

XX MARK:NO MOUNT CHROMA Y< >:TYPE SA MODEL

(STILL/PB MODE) L803 *R843 10uH REC39k:TYPE ST PANEL+3.2V 56k:TYPE SA

PB B L802 C818

100uH 10u L805 6.3V 10uH IC803 *R845 IC803 VREF AMP,VCO 330k:TYPE ST NJM2904V(TE2) 220k:TYPE SA PANEL+13.5V 1 L801 R811 6.1 13.8 10uH 33k OUT VCC C803 R845 R849 D802 PD-137 BOARD 10u R835 *4.2 10k 1T369-01-T8A (1/2) 6.3V R813 R815 R817 *R815 R823 R843 OUT 33k 39k 33k:TYPE ST 10k IN(-) * 47k *22k:TYPE SA R8476.1 IN(-) 2.4 47k R854

C R808 IN(+)22k 6.7 13.8 33kQ803 2.5GND IN(+) C825 R851 L804 C829

R810 2SB1462L0AS04324.7u 10k 6.8uH 0.001u 4700 PSIG DRIVE C832 1 6.7 R855 C801 0.47u R814 R816 6.1 1k 1.5u R824 1 R846 C824 C826 10V 47k C827 * 47k234Q805 27k 0.01u 3300p 56p REG_GND EC3201C-PM-TL C802 R812 R818 0.1 PSIG DRIVE C821 C823 R844 R848 0.01u 47k R816 47k 0.1u 0.1u XX 68k * R825 TYPE SA 39k:TYPE ST Q802 TYPE ST 33k:TYPE SA 0 2SB1462L0AS0 R850 R852 R853 R856 R857 R85813.8 PSIG DRIVE R859

D PSIG R841 XX XX00000

6.1 33k VREF VCO TYPE ST2345.5 C804 6.1 1 0.1u 1 PANEL_V Q801 8 EC3201C-PM-TL43293013.9 PSIG DRIVE 5.5 2.903<2.8>(0)C822 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 0.1u 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 R803 BRT 10k 7 PANEL UNIT

E R827 CN805 24P LCD90110k 10 1 TESTL/NC

R801 R809 VCOM 27k 100k <6.1>(7.1) <6>(7.1) R828 VB 2 COM/COM PSIG.OUT B.OUT HDO 2.9 <0.1>(0)TEST 1.8 C811 4.7u VST/STH 3 VST/STH XTEST B.DC.DET R829 <2.7>(3.0) XHD <3>(1.5) 2.8 <1.3>(1.1) 6 <6>(7.1) VG HPOS2 VCK/XSTH R86304VCK/XSTHBRIGHT G.OUT R838 3 <1.5>(2.7) CONT C805 0.1u 1.8 C812 4.7u XX EN/CKH1 5 EN/CKH1 CONTRAST G.DC.DET <2.7>(3.0) XWIDE <1.5>(3.0) TYPE ST TYPE ST 2.2 <6.1>(7.1) R830 VR HPOS3 IC804 DWN/CHK2 6 DWN/CKH2PSIG.DET IC801 5 ROUT R839 NTSC 3.2 3 R864

F C806

1.8 1.8 C813 4.7u LCD TIMING GENERATOR SUB.CONT.B 220:TYPE ST XX NT/PAL TESTI/XSTV 0 C831 0.33u 7 VDD/HVDD 2.2u03C830 LCD DRIVE R.DC.DET 100:TYPE SA VDD 1u R882HPOS4 R885 8 VSS/GND 2.8 SUB.CONT.R IC804 GND2 R84030D803 0 150k IC801 0 VDD CXD3510R-T4:TYPE ST TEST/STV RD3.3UM-T1B 9 VDDG/VVDD 1.5 INCHVCC1 CXA8116R-T4 R833 V_REV 3.2 LC12017-52T-TE-B:TYPE SA <1.5>(0.2) R886 0 COLOR SHA R804 100 GND1 47k:TYPE ST R842 WIDE/CKV2 10 VSSG/XSTV LCD SHA SYNC.OUT 68k:TYPE SA 100k HSY 0.2 VREV Note1:IC804 Pin Name <1.5>(0) R872 0 TYPE SA UNIT SHB R805 100 0.5 2.8 HDO A/B HST/CKV1 11 CS/STVSHB H_REV 3.2 A:TYPE ST <0.4>(0) R873 0 SHG R806 100 10.5 SYNC.IN 2.9 Q806 C820R836 0.1u HREV B:TYPE SA NC/XENB 12 WIDE/CKV2SHG 2 EXT.BGP R831 C815 EC3201C-PM-TL COMTST220k 0 <2.6>(0) R887 0SHR R807 100 3 XX 2.2u COM DRIVE COMTST NC/ENB 13 HST/CKV1SHR SYNC.SEP 2.9 <2.8>(0)0.5 6.3 13.9 XCLR NC/XPCG 14 REF/XENBD801 4 XX R874 043215 SDUT/ENB

G 5.7 1 6.3 11

R875 0 16 CRext/XPCG R86501R876 0 17 HCK2/PCG234TYPE SA VCOM 18 HCK1/CSV12345678910 11 12 5.7 R866 PSIG R832 C816 2.2u R83712345678910 11 12 0 19 PSIG/PCD 1.7 0 1.7 1.8 1.2 1M C817 22k 4.7u

VG

3 16V 2.9303<0.2> TYPE ST 20 G/G (1.5) VR 21 R/R Q804 VB 2SB1462L0AS0 22 B/B COM DRIVE TYPE STR819 23 RGT/CSH XX R822

H 4700 R826 R834 R867100k 39k 0 TYPE ST 24 TESTR/NCR820

R878 R880 XX C810 R868 8200 470k R883 Note2:CN805 Pin Name 0.1u 8200 56k A/BA:TYPE ST 13.8 B:TYPE SA 1.723231.100Q811 2SA1832F-Y/GR(TPL3) Q807 1 Q809 1 R881 REF.VOLTAGE GENERATOR R860 C807 UNRL21300AS0 UNRL21300AS0 33k 600uH 0.01u INVERTER 4 INVERTER 4 PANEL_Y

I R888 C808 IC802 2600uH TYPE SA D9001

PANEL_R-Y 0.01u D/A CONVERTER(EVR) PD-137 BOARD BL_VO+ BACK LIGHT R889 C809 (1/2) 600uH 0.01u PANEL_B-Y IC802 (Note) MB40D001PFV-G-BND-ER Q814 4.1 BRT 1.6 EC3201C-PM-TL BRIGHT VSS R869 BACK LIGHT COLOR 1.3 2.8 1k DRIVE23CN806 6P Note:Ferrite bead are mounted to the COLOR VDDA location where R860,R888 and R889 BRT_R 1.9 3 EN 1.911BL_VO+ are printed BRT_R EN R861 4 4.2 BRT_B 1.0 68k 1.3 1.9 2 BL_FB BRT_B SO 4

J CONT 2.2 2.2 SI

1 Q812 1.2 3 BL_L1 CONTRAST SI EC3201C-PM-TL23B_LIM 1.8 2.5 SCK23Q813 BACK LIGHT 4 BL_L2 B.LIMIT SCK 2SB1462L0AS0 DRIVE 1 VREF 1.6 0 COMTST BACK LIGHT 5 N.C. VREF COMTST DRIVE 1.9 VCO 0.5 3.2 NTSC46GND 3 VCO NTSCCOM 1.1 3.2 V_REV 1.2 COM V_REV PD-137 BOARD H_REV (1/2) 1.9 3.2BL_LEV H_REV P_GRAY 1.1 3.2 C828 R862 R870 R871 R877 P_GRAY VCC 0.1u 100k XX 68 68 TEST 0 2.8 BRT_TST VDD

K 5 BL_L2BL_L1

PD-137 BOARD (1/2) D+3.2V C814 0.1u R821 *

SCK

XHI_SCK *R821 EN 22k:TYPE ST XCS_PANEL_D/A 10k:TYPE SA 4

SI

HI_SO PD-137 BOARD (1/2) PANEL_V

L HDO LCD DRIVE, TIMING GENERATOR

4-65 4-66 PD-137 (2/2) BRT_B R802 22k BRT_R P_GRAY 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37

PRG PRG PICTURE PSIGGRAY

XRGB <1.1>(1.3) GAMMA2 1.5 AGC.FILTER GAMMA1 1.6 AGC.OUT SUB.BRT.R 1.8 COLOR 1.3 AGC.LEVEL SUB.BRT.B 1.6

COLOR

WHITE.LIMIT 1.5 H.FILTER.IN FRP 1.5 FRP G/Y RGBBLK SBLK 1.8 R/R-Y/CR B_LIMBLACK.LIMIT B/B-Y/CB <1.8>(1.4)

VREF

H.FILTER.OUT <6.1>(7.2) 12 11 10987654321VCC2REG.OUT 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

XCLP COM

PANEL_V HD0 MAKER_RECOG

VG PSIG HSY HSY

4321567848 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 XCLP HPOS1 SHR XCLP HPOS0 SHG 0.5 SHR XVD 2.9 SHB SHG SLSH2 3.1 SHA 0.5 SHB RPD 0.5 SHA <1.1>(1.5)GND SBLK GND

TEST

PRG SBLK SLSH1 FRP PRG <2.8>(0) TEST/CKO 1.5 FRP <1.4>(0)<0>(3.0) CKII RGT/XCSH <0>(1.5) CKO/TEST 1.4 HCK1/XCSV <0>(1.5) SLSH0 HCK2/PCG 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 13.9,

DSC-P1 SW-349 (CONTROL SWITCH) PRINTED WIRING BOARD • For Printed Wiring Board.

– Ref. No.: SW-349 board; 20,000 series – • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. • See page 4-85 for printed parts location. LCD ON/OFF VOLUME(+) PROGRAM AE VOLUME(–)

MACRO

(FLASH) (AE LOCK) (STROBE CHARGE) (SELF-TIMER/RECORDING)

CONTROL SWITCH

SW-349 4-67 4-68,

DSC-P1 SW-349 (CONTROL SWITCH) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

123456

SW-349 BOARD A CONTROL SWITCH

-REF.NO.:20,000 SERIES- D006

XX MARK:NO MOUNT TLSU1008(T05,SOY)

SELF-TIMER/

RECORDING

8P (RED) R003 LND001 1 XTALLY_LED

B LND002 2 XSTRB_LED D002

LND003 3 XAE_LOCK_LED TLYU1008(T05,SOY) PD-137 BOARD (1/2) (STROBE CHARGE) LND004 4 D+3.2V (ORANGE) R019 CN884 820 (SEE PAGE 4-64) LND005 5 KEY_AD3 LND006 6 KEY_AD2 D007 TLGU1008(T05,SOY) LND007 7 KEY_AD1 (AE_LOCK) LND008 8 REG_GND (GREEN) R018

C S005 S007

VOLUME VOLUME R011 (+) (-)R013 4700 6800 2 S00512S007 1 D008 MAZS082008SO LND0094343

D STATIC_GND

R008 R010 R012 4700 6800 33k2121214S00234S00334S006 3

E LCD ON/OFF

(FLASH) S003

MACRO

R022 18k21

F 4 S008 3

PROGRAM AE

CONTROL SWITCH

4-69 SW-349,

DSC-P1 ZM-26 (ZOOM SWITCH) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

– Ref. No.: ZM-26 board; 20,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. 12345678

ZM-26 BOARD A

ZOOM (W) ZOOM (T) ZOOM SWITCH -REF.NO.:20,000 SERIES- LND051 XX MARK:NO MOUNT SP+LND LND052 SP901SPEAKER SP-LND

B

K R05127001221AK11P LND0551344REG_GND 3S051 S052 LND056 2 SP+ ZOOM(T) ZOOM(W) LND057 3 SP-

C LND058 4 D+3.2V

PD-137 BOARD (1/2) LND059 5 REG_GND CN882 LND060 6 V_OUT (SEE PAGE 4-64) LND061 7 R052REG_GND 1k LND062 8 AV_JACK_SW LND063 9 AU_OUT FB051 LND064 10 AU_GND 0uH LND065 11 ZOOM_SW_AD

D FB0530uH J052

A/V OUT R053 FB052 0 D055 D056 0 SIGNAL PATH MAZS051008SO MAZS051008SO (Note) Note:Resistor is mounted to the location where FB052 is printed. D053 VIDEO SIGNAL D057 C051D054 AUDIO XX 1SS387-TPL301ZA8.2(TPL3) MAZS051008SO LND054 Y/CHROMA SIGNAL FLAME_GND

E REC PB

A/V OUT

ZOOM SWITCH ZM-26 4-71 4-72

, 4-3. WAVEFORMS

PD-137 BOARD

1 400 mVp-p 0 3.2 Vp-p (TYPE ST) (TYPE ST) 300 mVp-p 3.8 Vp-p (TYPE SA) (TYPE SA) H H IC801 8 STILL/PB IC804 ej STILL/PB 2 300 mVp-p qa (TYPE ST) 3.2 Vp-p 200 mVp-p (TYPE SA) H H IC801 9 STILL/PB IC804 rg STILL/PB 200 mVp-p

H

IC801 0 STILL/PB 3.0 Vp-p (TYPE ST) 2.0 Vp-p (TYPE SA)

H

IC801 qf STILL/PB 5 8.2 Vp-p (TYPE ST) 5.6 Vp-p (TYPE SA) 2H IC801 w; STILL/PB 6 8.2 Vp-p (TYPE ST) 5.6 Vp-p (TYPE SA) 2H IC801 ws STILL/PB 7 8.4 Vp-p (TYPE ST) 5.6 Vp-p (TYPE SA) 2H IC801 wf STILL/PB 4.3 Vp-p 2H IC801 ej STILL/PB 9 3.0 Vp-p (TYPE ST) 3.6 Vp-p (TYPE SA) 11.706 MHz IC804 wh STILL/PB (TYPE ST) IC804 wk STILL/PB (TYPE SA) 4-82, 4-4. PARTS LOCATION PW-122 BOARD ST-62 BOARD ST-62 BOARD PD-137 BOARD PD-137 BOARD SW-349 BOARD (SIDE A) (SIDE A) (SIDE B) (SIDE A) (SIDE B) (SIDE A) C101 B-4 C1001 D-9 Q1003 D-9 C801 A-2 C803 A-1 R854 C-2 D002 C-3 C109 A-3 C1002 E-2 C802 A-2 C804 B-2 R855 C-2 D006 C-4 C1003 E-5 C814 A-1 C805 B-2 R856 B-2 D007 C-4 CN102 A-3 C1051 E-6 C821 C-2 C806 A-2 R857 B-2 D008 B-3 CN151 A-6 C1052 D-6 C823 C-3 C807 A-2 R858 B-2 C1053 E-6 C832 A-2 C808 A-2 R859 B-2 R003 A-3 D151 B-5 C1054 E-6 C809 A-2 R860 A-3 R008 B-3 D152 A-1 C1055 E-6 CN882 A-2 C810 A-2 R861 B-1 R010 B-4 D153 A-6 C1056 D-6 CN884 A-1 C811 B-3 R862 B-1 R011 A-2 D154 B-5 C812 B-3 R863 B-1 R012 B-3 D155 B-5 D1001 E-3 D880 C-1 C813 B-3 R864 B-1 R013 A-2 D1051 E-5 C815 A-3 R865 A-1 R018 A-4 FB101 B-5 IC802 A-1 C816 A-3 R866 A-1 R019 A-4 L1051 D-6 IC803 C-2 C817 C-3 R867 A-1 R022 A-3 IC101 B-3 C818 A-2 R868 A-1 Q1002 D-1 L801 A-2 C820 C-1 R869 B-1 S002 B-4 R101 B-4 Q1051 D-6 L805 B-2 C822 B-2 R871 B-1 S003 A-4 R106 A-4 Q1052 E-6 C824 B-2 R872 B-2 S005 A-2 R107 A-3 Q1053 D-7 R821 C-2 C825 C-2 R873 B-1 S006 A-1 R108 A-4 Q1054 D-6 R841 C-2 C826 B-2 R874 B-1 S007 A-2 R151 A-1 Q1055 D-6 R843 C-2 C827 B-2 R875 B-1 S008 A-3 R152 B-5 Q1056 D-5 R845 C-2 C828 B-1 R876 B-1 R153 A-6 Q1057 D-6 R846 C-2 C829 B-2 R877 B-1 Q1058 D-6 R890 B-1 C830 A-1 R878 A-1 S151 B-6 R891 B-1 C831 B-1 R880 A-1 S152 B-5 R1002 D-2 R892 B-1 R881 A-1 R1003 D-1 R893 B-1 CN805 A-1 R882 B-1 R1004 D-1 CN806 B-1 R883 A-1 R1051 D-6 S881 A-1 CN881 C-2 R885 B-1 R1052 D-6 S882 B-1 CN883 A-2 R886 B-1 R1053 E-7 R887 B-1 R1054 D-7 D802 B-2 R888 A-2 R1055 D-6 D803 A-1 R889 A-3 R1056 E-5 R1058 E-6 IC801 B-2 R1060 E-6 IC804 C-1 R1061 E-5 R1062 D-6 L802 A-1 R1063 D-6 L803 A-2 L804 B-2 T1001 D-3 T1002 D-2 Q801 B-3 Q802 C-3 Q803 C-3 Q804 B-3 Q805 B-3 Q807 A-1 Q809 A-1 Q806 B-3 Q811 A-1 Q812 B-1 Q813 B-1 Q814 B-1 R801 B-2 R802 C-3 R803 B-2 R804 B-2 R805 B-2 R806 B-2 R807 A-2 R808 C-3 R809 B-2 R810 B-2 R811 B-3 R812 B-3 R813 B-3 R814 B-3 R815 B-2 R816 B-2 R817 B-2 R818 B-2 R822 A-2 R823 B-3 R824 B-3 R825 B-3 R826 A-3 R827 C-3 R828 B-3 R829 B-3 R830 B-3 R832 B-3 R833 B-3 R834 A-3 R835 B-3 R836 B-3 R837 C-3 R840 C-1 R842 C-1 R847 C-3 R848 C-2 R849 C-2 R851 C-2 R853 C-2 4-85,

DSC-P1 SECTION 5 ADJUSTMENTS Before starting adjustment EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board

The data that is stored in the repair board, is not necessarily correct. Perform either procedure 1 or procedure 2 or procedure 3 when replacing board. Procedure 1 Save the EVR data of the machine in which a board is going to be replaced. Download the saved data after a board is replaced. (Machine before starting repair) PC PC (Machine after a board is replaced) Save the EVR data Download the saved to a personal computer. data to a machine. Procedure 2 Remove the EEPROM from the board of the machine that is going to be repaired. Install the removed EEPROM to the replaced board. Remove the EEPROM and install it. (Former board) (New board) Procedure 3 When the data cannot be saved due to defective EEPROM, or when the EEPROM cannot be removed or in- stalled, save the data from the same model of the same destination, and download it. (Machine to be repaired) PC (Machine to be repaired) Download the data. Save the data. (The same model of the same destination) After the EVR data is saved and downloaded, check the respective items of the EVR data. (Refer to page 5-2 for the items to be checked.) 5-1, 1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Replaced parts Block Mounted parts Board replacement replacement replacement Adjustment section Adjustment Initialization of Initialization of D page datazzz7, B, D, E, F, page data Initialization of 7, B, E, F page datazzzVideo Video sync level adj. zzzzzzCamera Flange back adj. zzzzzFNo. standard data inputzzzzzzMechanical shutter adjustmentzzzzzzLight level adj. zzzzzzzzAuto white balance standard data inputzzzzzzzzAuto white balance adj. zzzzzzzSmear compensation adj. zzzzzzzColor reproduction adj. zzzzzzzStrobe white balance adj. zzzzzzzzzzCCD (black and white) defect compensationzzzzzLCD LCD initial data inputzzzVCO adj. zzzzzzzBlack limit adj. zzzzzzzBright adj. zzzzzzzContrast adj. zzzzzzzColor adj. zzzzzzzVG center adj. zzzzzzzV-COM adj. zzzzzzzzWhite balance adj. zzzzzzzzzSystem control Battery down adj. zzzTable 5-1-1 5-2 Lens device Flash unit LCD block LCD901 (LCD panel) LCD block D9001 (Back light unit) CD-290 board IC151 (CCD imager) CA-66 board IC103 (S/H, AGC, A/D,Timing generator) HI-74 board IC652 (EVR) HI-74 board IC651 (VIDEO AMP) PD-137 board IC801 (LCD drive) PD-137 board IC804 (LCD Timing generator) PD-137 board IC802 (EVR) CD-290 board (COMPLETE) CA-66 board (COMPLETE) HI-74 board (COMPLETE) MT-60 board (COMPLETE) PD-137 board (block assy) PS-440 board (COMPLETE) ST-62 board (COMPLETE) PS-440 board IC507 EEPROM HI-74 board IC406 EEPROM, 5-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT 1-1-1. List of Service Tools • Oscilloscope • Color monitor • Vectorscope • Regulated power supply • Digital voltmeter Ref. No. Name Parts Code Usage Auto white balance adjustment/check J-1 Filter for color temperature correction (C14) J-6080-058-A White balance adjustment/check J-2 Pattern box PTB-450 J-6082-200-A J-3 Color bar chart for pattern box J-6020-250-A Adjustment remote commander (RM-95 upgraded). J-4 J-6082-053-B (Note 1) J-5 Siemens star chart J-6080-875-A For checking the flange back J-6 Clear chart for pattern box J-6080-621-A For connecting the adjustment remote commander J-7 CPC-9 jig (Note 2) J-6082-393-C For adjusting the LCD block J-8 Mini pattern box J-6082-353-B For adjusting the flange back J-9 Back ground paper J-2501-130-A For adjusting the strobe Note 1: If the micro processor IC in the adjustment remote Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be commander is not the new micro processor (UPD7503G- used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote C56-12), The pages cannot be switched. In this case, commander. replace with the new micro processor (8-759-148-35). J-1 J-2 J-3 J-4 J-5 J-6 J-7 J-8 J-9 Fig. 5-1-1 5-3, 1-1-2. Preparations Note 1: For details of how remove the cabinet and boards, refer to “2. DISASSEMBLY”. Pattern box Note 2: When performing only the adjustments, the lens block and boards need not be disassemble. 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. 5-1- 5. 2) Connect the Adjusting remote commander to PD-137 board CN881 via CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C). (See Fig. 5-1-3) L Note 3: Setting the “Forced STILL mode power ON” Mode 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D, address: 10, set data: 01, and press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- Front of the lens mander. The Above procedure will enable the camera power L=About 90 cm to be turned on. After completing adjustments, be sure to exit the “Forced STILL mode power ON Mode”. Fig. 5-1-2 Note 4: Exiting the “Forced STILL mode power ON Mode” 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D, address: 10, set data: 00, and press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- mander. 3) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. 1-1-3. Discharging of the Flashlight Power Supply The capacitor which is used as power supply of flashlight is charged with 200 V to 300 V voltage. Discharge this voltage before start- CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) ing adjustments in order to protect service engineers from electric (18p flexible boad) shock during adjustment. (Note 1, 2) Discharge procedure CPC cover 1. Press the FLASH button (SW-349 board S002) and turn off the FLASH LED (SW-349 board D002). 1 2. Fabricate the discharging jig as shown in Fig. 5-1-5 locally by 18 yourself. Connect the discharging jig to the positive (+) and PD-137 board negative (–) terminal of the flash voltage charge capacitor. Al- CN881 low ten seconds to discharge the voltage. R:1 kΩ/1 W (Part code: 1-215-869-11) Capacitor Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. Fig. 5-1-3 1 kΩ/1 W Wrap insulating tape. Fig. 5-1-4 Fig. 5-1-5 5-4, Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. Regulated power supply It causes damage to the unit. (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. Adjustment CPC-9 jig (Note 1, 2) remote commander (J-6082-393-C) + – PD-137 board 18 1 Color monitor CN881 A/V OUT jack Vectorscope Video (yellow) Terminated CN882 75 Ω Audio (black) Panel unit CN883 ZM-26 board PW-122 board CN151 DD-150 board BT-2 board HI-74 board AC IN DC IN jack AC power adaptor Lens block PS-440 board CA-66 board

Fig. 5-1-6

5-5 CN201 CN101 CN805 CN806, 1-1-4. Precautions 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and per- form adjustments. 1. PROGRAM AE button (SW-349 board S008) 4. DEMO (Menu display) ... OFF ... AUTO (No mark indicated on LCD) 5. VIDEO OUT (Menu display) ... NTSC 2. DISPLAY button (PD-137 board S881) ... OSD OFF 6. WHITE BALANCE (Menu display) ... AUTO 3. P. EFFECT (Menu display) ... OFF 7. EXPOSURE ... 0EV 8. FLASH LEVEL ... NORMAL 2. Order of Adjustments Basically carry out adjustments in the order given. Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Electronic beam scanning frame

H

C C=D D CRT picture frame

V

A B A=BBAFig. b (monitor TV picture) Enlargement Difference in level Adjust the camera zoom and direction to obtain the output waveform shown in Fig a and the monitor TV display shown in Fig. b. B A Fig. 5-1-7 3. Subjects 1) Color bar chart (Standard picture frame). When performing adjustments using the color bar chart, ad- just the picture frame as shown in Fig. 5-1-7. (Standard pic- ture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the color bar chart from the pattern box and insert a clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations dur- White ing this time) 841 mm 3) Chart for flange back adjustment Black Join together a piece of white A0 size paper (1189mm × 841 mm) and a piece of black paper to make the chart shown in Fig. 5-1-8. 1189 mm Note: Use a non-reflecting and non-glazing vellum paper. The size must be A0 or larger and the joint between the white Fig. 5-1-8 and black paper must not have any undulations. 5-6 Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue, 4. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box A dark room is required to provide an accurate flash adjustment. If it is not available, prepare the flash adjustment box as given below; 1) Provide woody board A, B and C of 15 mm thickness. woody board A (2) woody board B (2) woody board C (1) 530 mm 500 mm 1000 mm 1026 mm 1026 mm 1000 mm 1030 mm 1000 mm Fig. 5-1-9 2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A and B. 3) Attach background paper (J-2501-130-A) to woody board C. 4) Assemble so that the black sides and the background paper side of woody board A, B and C are internal. (Fig 5-1-10) woody board A woody board B woody board A woody board B woody board C Fig. 5-1-10 5-7, 1-2. INITIALIZATION OF B, D, E, F, 7 PAGE DATA 3. D Page Table 1-2-1. INITIALIZATION OF D PAGE DATA Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. 1. Initializing D Page Data (Refer to “1. Initializing D Page Data”) Note: If the D page data has been initialized, the following Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. adjustments need to be performed again. (Refer to “2. Modification of D Page Data”) 1) Modification of D page data 2) LCD system adjustments Address Initial value Remark 3) Battery end adjustments 00 to 0F 10 00 Test mode Adjusting page D 11 to 16 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Adjusting Address 10 to EF 17 Fixed data-2 18 to 5D Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Initializing Method: 5E Fixed data-2 Order Page Address Data Procedure 5F 60,61 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 1 0 01 01 62 Fixed data-22203 003200 2D 64 to 8F Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 4 2 01 2D Press PAUSE button. 90 80 Battery down adj. 5 2 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 91 88 6 Perform “Modification of D 92 AD page Data”. 93 C2 94 CD 2. Modification of D Page Data 95 to 98 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) If the D page data has been initialized, change the data of the “Fixed 99 Fixed data-2 data-2” address shown in the following table by manual input. 9A 9B Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set 9C data: 01. 9D 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because 9E they are different in destination. When changing the data, copy 9F the data built in the same model. A0 Note: If copy the data built in the different model, the A1 camcorder may not operate. A2 to A7 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 3) When changing the data, press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new A8 Fixed data-2 data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. A9 to AC Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 4) Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. AD Fixed data-2 If not, change the data to the initial value. AE to CF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) D0 20 / 20 Bright adj. (Note 3) Processing after Completing Modification of D Page Data: D1 62 / 58 Color adj. (Note 3) Order Page Address Data Procedure D2 A0 / A0 White balance adj. (Note 3) 1 6 00 29 D3 88 / 882601 29 Press PAUSE button. D4 D0 / D0 Contrast adj. (Note 3) D5 90 / 90 Black limit adj. (Note 3) D6 90 / 90 VG center adj.(Note 3) D7 70 / 60 VCO adj. (NTSC) (Note 3) D8 98 / 90 V-COM adj. (Note 3) D9 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) DA Fixed data-2 DB,DC Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) DD 90 / 80 VCO adj. (PAL) (Note 3) DE Fixed data-2 DF to EF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Note 3: LCD TYPE SA / LCD TYPE ST 5-8, 1-2-2. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data 3. B Page Table 1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. Note: If the B, E, F Page data has been initialized, “Modification (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) of B, E, F, 7 Page Data” and following adjustments need Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. to be performed again. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) 1) Modification of B, E, F, 7 page data 2) Video system adjustments Address Initial value Remark 3) Camera system adjustments 00 Fixed data-2 01 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Adjusting page F Adjusting Address 10 to FF Adjusting page E 4. E Page Table Adjusting Address 00 to FF Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Adjusting page B Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. Adjusting Address 00 to FF (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Adjusting page 7 Address Initial value Remark Adjusting Address 00 to FF 00 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Initializing Method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 012B00 00 Press PAUSE button. 3 6 03 094600 2D5601 2D Press PAUSE button. 6 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 7 Perform “Modification of B, E, F, 7 page Data”. 2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data If the B, E, F, 7 Page data has been initialized, change the data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following tables by manual input. Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination. When changing the data, copy the data built in the same model. Note: If copy the data built in the different model, the camcorder may not operate. 3) When changing the data, press the PAUSE button of the adjustment remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. 4) Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. If not, change the data to the initial value. Processing after Completing Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page data Order Page Address Data Procedure1600 292601 29 Press PAUSE button. 5-9, 5. F Page Table Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Address Initial value Remark Address Initial value Remark 00 to 0F 6C 0B Mechanical shutter adj. 10 to 13 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 6D A6 14 00 Flange back adj. 6E 20 15 00 6F 00 16 50 70 20 17 00 71 00 18 11 72 20 19 B1 73 00 1A 09 74 20 1B 0F 75 00 1C 00 76 0A 1D 00 77 AE 1E 00 78 0A 1F 00 79 00 20 20 7A 0A 21 20 7B 00 22 35 7C 0A 23 40 7D 00 24 0A 7E 0A 25 00 7F 00 26 85 Light level adj. 80 00 Auto white balance adj. 27 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 81 5A Video sync level adj. 28 94 Light level adj. 82 to 86 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 29 00 F No. standard data input 87 FF Flange back adj. 2A 00 88 00 2B 00 89 00 2C 00 8A 00 2D to 39 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 8B 00 3A 2F Auto white balance standard data input 8C 00 3B 37 8D 00 3C 40 8E 00 3D D0 8F 00 3E Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 90 00 3F B5 Auto white balance adj. 91 00 40 43 92 00 41 03 Color reproduction adj. 93 00 42 E9 94 00 43 63 95 00 44 83 96 00 45 D5 97 00 46 FE 98 00 47 73 99 40 48 45 9A 00 49 to 4C Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 9B 40 4D 28 Strobe white balance adj. 9C 80 Mechanical shutter adj. 4E 6E 9D 00 Smear compensation adj. 4F to 58 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 9E 00 59 00 Auto white balance standard data input 9F to A6 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 5A 14 Mechanical shutter adj. A7 80 Mechanical shutter adj. 5B Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) A8 80 5C 63 Color reproduction adj. A9 00 Auto white balance adj. 5D 83 AA 00 5E 03 AB to AD Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 5F E9 AE 80 Mechanical shutter adj. 60 to 63 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) AF 80 64 10 Strobe white balance adj. B0 to D2 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 65 to 68 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) D3 00 Mechanical shutter adj. 69 02 Strobe white balance adj. D4 00 6A 79 D5 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 6B F8 5-10, 6. 7 Page Table Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7 Page Data”) Address Initial value Remark Address Initial value Remark 00 to 5F Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 93 FF CCD white defect compensation 60 0F CCD black defect compensation 94 0F 61 FF 95 FF 62 0F 96 0F 63 FF 97 FF 64 0F 98 0F 65 FF 99 FF 66 0F 9A 0F 67 FF 9B FF 68 0F 9C 0F 69 FF 9D FF 6A 0F 9E 0F 6B FF 9F FF 6C 0F A0 0F 6D FF A1 FF 6E 0F A2 0F 6F FF A3 FF 70 0F A4 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 71 FF 72 0F 73 FF 74 0F 75 FF 76 0F 77 FF 78 0F 79 FF 7A 0F 7B FF 7C 0F 7D FF 7E 0F 7F FF 80 0F 81 FF 82 0F 83 FF 84 0F 85 FF 86 0F 87 FF 88 0F CCD white defect compensation 89 FF 8A 0F 8B FF 8C 0F 8D FF 8E 0F 8F FF 90 0F 91 FF 92 0F 5-11, 1-3. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 2. Video Burst Level Check 1. Video Sync Level Adjustment Check the burst level of the composite video signal output. Adjust the sync level of the composite video signal output. Mode PLAY Mode PLAY Signal Color bar (Test signal) Signal Color bar (Test signal) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack (75 Ω terminated) (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Specified Value A = 286 ± 50 mVp-p (NTSC) Adjustment PageFA= 300 ± 50 mVp-p (PAL) Adjustment Address 81 Specified Value A = 286 ± 5 mVp-p (NTSC) Menu setting: A = 300 ± 5 mVp-p (PAL) 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) ... PAL (PAL mode Menu setting: 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) Checking method: ... PAL (PAL mode) Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjusting method: 1 0 01 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure25F1 041001 01 Check the burst level (A) to the3 specified value. 2 5 F1 04 Change the data and set the Processing after Completing Adjustments: 3 F 81 sync level (A) to the specified value. Order Page Address Data Procedure 4 Press PAUSE button15F1 002001 00 Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure15F1 002001 00

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Fig. 5-1-11 5-12, 1-4. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT Before perform the camera system adjustments, check that the specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS” are satisfied. Data setting during camera system adjustment Perform the following data setting before the camera system adjustments. Data setting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 012E43 10 Press PAUSE button. 3 E 8F 00 Press PAUSE button. 4 B 67 00 Press PAUSE button. After completing the camera system adjustments, release the data setting: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 012E43 0F Press PAUSE button. 3 E 8F 11 Press PAUSE button. 4 B 67 85 Press PAUSE button. 5 0 01 00 5-13, 1. Flange Back Adjustment (Using the minipattern box) Specified voltage: The specified voltage varies according to the The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out minipatternbox, so adjustment the power supply automatically. In whichever case, the focus will be deviated during output voltage to the specified voltage written auto focusing/manual forcusing. on the sheet which is supplied with the mini- pattern box. Mode STILL Subject Siemens star chart with ND filter Below 3 cm for minipattern box (Note 1) Minipattern box Measurement Point Check operation on TV monitor Measuring Instrument Camera Adjustment Page F Camera Adjustment Address “14 to 25, 87 to 9B” table Note 1: Dark Siemens star chart. Regulated power supply Note 2: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Output voltage : Specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Output current : more than 3.5 A Menu Setting: VIDEO OUT of SETUP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) Red (+) (This adjustment must be performd in NTSC mode, so don’t Black (–) set the menu setting to “PAL”) Yellow (SENS +) Preparations before adjustments: 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following White (SENS –) Need not connected figure. Black (GND) Note 3: The attachment lenses are not used. Note 4: Take care not to hit the mini-pattern box when Fig. 5-1-13 extending the lens. 2) Install the minipattern box so that the distance between it and the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. Adjusting method: 3) Make the height of minipattern box and the camera equal. Order Page Address Data Procedure 4) Check the output voltage of the regulated power supply is the specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc. 1 0 01 01 5) Check that the center of Siemens star chart meets25F1 FF the center of shot image screen with the zoom lens3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. at TELE end and WIDE end respectively. 6) Check that the data on page: F, address: 14 to 25, 87 to 9B are Perform “Data setting during initial value (See table below). 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) Address Data Address Data Address Data5601 13 Press PAUSE button. 14 00 21 20 8F 006601 27 Press PAUSE button. (Note 5) 15 00 22 35 90 007602 Check the data changes to 16 50 23 40 91 00 “01”. 17 00 24 0A 92 008F87 Check the data. 00: Normal 18 11 25 00 93 00 01 to FF: Defective 19 B1 87 FF 94 00 Note 5: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 1A 09 88 00 95 00 F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 9B. 1B 0F 89 00 96 00 1C 00 8A 00 97 00 Processing after Completing Adjustment: 1D 00 8B 00 98 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure 1E 00 8C 00 99 401601 00 Press PAUSE button. 1F 00 8D 00 9A 0025F1 00 20 20 8E 00 9B 403D63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 4 performed at step 4. (Refer to page 5-13) 5 0 01 00 Perform “Flange Back Check”. 5-14, 2. Flange Back Adjustment Adjusting method: (Using the flange back adjustment chart) Order Page Address Data Procedure The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out automatically. In whichever case, the focus will be deviated during1001 01 auto focusing/manual forcusing. 2 5 F1 FF3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. Mode STILL Perform “Data setting during Subject Flange back adjustment chart 4 camera system adjustment”. (2.0 m from the front of lens) (Refer to page 5-13) (Luminance: 300 to 400 lux) 5 6 01 13 Press PAUSE button. Measurement Point Check operation on TV monitor6601 15 Press PAUSE button. (Note 2) Measuring Instrument Check the data changes to Adjustment PageF7602 “01”. Adjustment Address 14 to 25, 87 to 9B Check the data. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. 8 F 87 00: Normal If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 01 to FF: Defective Note 2:The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Menu Setting: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 9B. VIDEO OUT of SETUP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) (This adjustment must be performd in NTSC mode, so don’t Processing after Completing Adjustment: set the menu setting to “PAL”) Order Page Address Data Procedure Preparations before adjustments: 1 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 1) Place the Flange back adjustment chart 2.0 m from the front25F1 00 of the lens. 2) Check that the center of Flange back adjustment chart meets3D63 00 Press PAUSE button. the center of shot image screen with the zoom lens Release the data setting at TELE end and WIDE end respectively. 4 performed at step 4. (Refer to 3) Check that the data on page: F, address: 14 to 25, 87 to 9B are page 5-13) initial value (See table below). 5 0 01 00 6 Perform “Flange Back Check”. Address Data Address Data Address Data 14 00 21 20 8F 00 15 00 22 35 90 00 16 50 23 40 91 00 17 00 24 0A 92 00 18 11 25 00 93 00 19 B1 87 FF 94 00 1A 09 88 00 95 00 1B 0F 89 00 96 00 1C 00 8A 00 97 00 1D 00 8B 00 98 00 1E 00 8C 00 99 40 1F 00 8D 00 9A 00 20 20 8E 00 9B 40 5-15, 3. Flange Back Check 4. F No. Standard Data Input Compensate the unevenness of the iris meter sensitivity. Mode STILL Subject Siemens star Mode STILL (2.0 m from the front of the lens) Subject Clear chart (Luminance: approx. 200 lux) (Color reproduction adjustment Measurement Point Check operation on TV monitor frame with the zoom lens at WIDE end) Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page F Specified value Focused at the TELE end and WIDE end Adjustment Address 29 to 2C Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Checking method: If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjusting method: 1 Place the Siemens star 2.0 m Order Page Address Data Procedure from the front of the lens. Shoot the Clear chart with To open the IRIS , decrease 1 the zoom WIDE end. the luminous intensity to the Siemens star up to a point be- 2 0 01 01 fore noise appear on the image. 3 5 F1 FF3001 014D63 40 Press PAUSE button. 4 5 F1 FF Perform “Data setting during5D63 40 Press PAUSE button. 5 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) Perform “Data setting during 6 camera system adjustment”. 6 E 51 Note down the data. (Refer to page 5-13) 7 E 51 FF Press PAUSE button. Shoot the Siemens star with Press PAUSE button. 78601 BB the zoom TELE end. (Note 2) 8 Turn on the auto focus. Check the data changes to9602 9 Check that the lens is focused. “01”. 10 6 2C 01 Note 2: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 29 to 2C. While observe the TV monitor, change the zoom to the WIDE 11 Processing after Completing Adjustment: end and check that the lens is focused. Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Set data noted down at step 6, 2 E 51 Order Page Address Data Procedure and press PAUSE button. 1 6 2C 0035F1 0025F1 004D63 00 Press PAUSE button. 3 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting Release the data setting 5 performed at step 5. 4 performed at step 6. (Refer to page 5-13) (Refer to page 5-13) 6 0 01 005001 00 5-16, 5. Mechanical Shutter Adjustment Adjust the period which the mechanical shutter is closed, and compensate the exposure. Mode STILL Subject Clear chart (10 cm from the front of the lens) Adjustment Page F Adjustment Address 5A, 6C to 7F, 9C, A7, A8, AE, AF, D3, D4 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Shoot the Clear chart with the zoom WIDE end. 2 0 01 0135F1 FF4D63 40 Press PAUSE button. Perform “Data setting during 5 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) 6 6 01 AD Press PAUSE button (Note 2) Check the data changes to7602 “01”. Check the data. 8 6 AB 00 : Normal 01 to FF : Defective Note 2: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 5A, 6C to 7F, 9C, A7, A8, AE, AF, D3 and D4. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. 2 5 F1 003D63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 4 performed at step 5. (Refer to page 5-13) 5 0 01 00 5-17, 6. Picture Frame Setting How to reset the zoom and focus when they deviated: Order Page Address Data Procedure Mode STILL1690 XL (Note 2) Subject Color bar chart2691 XH (Note 2) (Color reproduction adjustment frame) 3 6 92 YL (Note 3) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack4693 YH (Note 3) (75 Ω terminated) 5 6 6C 01 Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope and TV monitor6601 79 Press PAUSE button. Specified Value A=B, C=D, E=F 7 Wait for 1 second. Note 1: Displayed data of the page 1 of adjusting remote862C 01 commander. 9 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 1:XX:XX XL or YL data Note 2: The data noted dowm at step 8 of “Setting method”. XH or YH data Note 3: The data noted dowm at step 10 of “Setting method”. Check on the oscilloscope Setting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1. Horizontal period1001 01 A=B C=D25F1 FFBC3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. A D Perform “Data setting during 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) Adjust the zoom and the camera 5 direction, and set to the picture frame to the specified position. Mark the position of the picture frame on the TV picture monitor, and adjust the picture 6 frame to this position in following adjustment using “Color reproduction adjustment frame”. 7 0 03 18 Fig. 5-1-14 Note down the XH and XL81data. (Note 1) 2. Vertical period9003 22 E E=F F Note down the YH and YL 10 1 data. (Note 1) 11 0 03 00 12 5 F1 00

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13 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. Fig. 5-1-15 Release the data setting 14 performed at step 4. Check on the TV monitor (Refer to page 5-13) 15 0 01 00 Color bar chart picture frame TV monitor picture frame Fig. 5-1-16 5-18, 7. Light Level Adjustment 8. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input Adjust the standard LV value. Adjust the white balance standard data at 3200K. Mode STILL Mode STILL Subject Clear chart Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment (Color reproduction adjustment frame with the zoom lens at WIDE frame) end) Adjustment Page F Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 1 (Note 2) Adjustment Address 3A to 3D, 59 Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Adjustment Page F If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for XH, XL, YH and Adjustment Address 26, 28 YL. Specified Value AE level 1: 0FE0 to 1020 Adjusting method: Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON Order Page Address Data Procedure Note 2: The right four digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the1001 01 adjusting remote commander. 2 5 F1 FF 1:XX:XX Displayed data3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. Perform “Data setting during Adjusting method: 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) Order Page Address Data Procedure5690 001001 016691 0425F1 FF7692 003D63 40 Press PAUSE button. 8 6 93 30 Perform “Data setting during966C 01 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) 10 6 2C 015601 0D Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 11 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Check the data changes to 12 Wait for 3 seconds. 6 6 02 “01”. 13 6 01 11 Press PAUSE button. 7 0 03 06 14 6 01 0B Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) Check that the displayed data 15 6 02 Check the data changes to81(Note 2) satisfies the AE level “01”. 1 specified value. 16 6 90 XL (Note 2) Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 17 6 91 XH (Note 2) F, address: 26 and 28. 18 6 92 YL (Note 2) 19 6 93 YH (Note 2) Processing after Completing Adjustment: 20 6 6C 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure 21 6 2C 011003 00 22 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 2 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 23 Wait for 3 seconds35F1 00 Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 4 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. F, address: 3A to 3D and 59. Release the data setting 5 performed at step 4. Processing after Completing Adjustment: (Refer to page 5-13) Order Page Address Data Procedure6001 001601 00 Press PAUSE button. 2 6 6C 00362C 0045F1 005D63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 6 performed at step 4. (Refer to page 5-13) 7 0 01 00 8 Perform “Auto White Balance Adjustment”. 5-19, 9. Auto White Balance Adjustment 19 6 01 A5 Press PAUSE button. (Note 5) Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility Check the data changes to20 6 02 will be poor. “01”. 21 6 01 3F Press PAUSE button. Mode STILL 22 0 03 04 Subject Clear chart Check that the displayed data (Color reproduction adjustment 23 1 (Note 3) satisfied the R ratio frame) specified value. Filter Filter C14 for color temperature 24 0 03 05 correction Check that the displayed data Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 1 (Note 3) 25 1 (Note 3) satisfied the B ratio Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander specified value. Adjustment Page F 26 6 90 XL (Note 4) Adjustment Address 3F, 40, 80, A9, AA 27 6 91 XH (Note 4) Specified Value R ratio: 28E0 to 2A20 28 6 92 YL (Note 4) B ratio: 5C60 to 5DA0 29 6 93 YH (Note 4) Note 1: Perform “Auto White Balance Reference Data Input” 30 6 6C 01 before this adjustment. 31 6 2C 01 Note 2: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 32 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Note 3: The right four digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the 33 Wait for 3 seconds adjusting remote commander. 34 6 01 11 Press PAUSE button. 1:XX:XX Displayed data 35 6 13 88 Press PAUSE button. 36 6 01 D3 Press PAUSE button. (Note 5) Note 4: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for XH, XL, YH and Check the data changes to YL. 37 6 02 01 “01”. Adjusting method: Note 5: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 3F, 40, 80, A9 and AA. Order Page Address Data Procedure Place the C14 filter on 1 Processing after Completing Adjustment: the lens. Order Page Address Data Procedure2001 011003 0035F1 FF2601 00 Press PAUSE button. 4 D 63 40 Press PAUSE button. Set data noted down at step 6, Perform “Data setting during3F27 and press PAUSE button. 5 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) 49 4A Set data noted down at step 17, 6 F 27 Note down the data. 4 F 4B and press PAUSE button. 7 F 27 80 Press PAUSE button. 4C8690 005613 00 Press PAUSE button. 9 6 91 0465F1 00 10 6 92 007D63 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 93 30 Release the data setting 12 6 6C 01 8 performed at step 5. (Refer to page 5-13) 13 6 2C 019001 00 14 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 15 Wait for 3 seconds. 16 6 01 A7 Press PAUSE button. 4A 17 F Note down the data. 4B 4C 49 29 4A 80 18 F Press PAUSE button. 4B 5D 4C 00 5-20, 10. Smear Compensation Adjustment 11. Color Reproduction Adjustment Adjust the smear compensation data from white balance standard Adjust the color separation matrix coefficient so that proper color data at 3200K. reproduction is produced. Mode STILL Mode STILL Subject Clear chart Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment (Color reproduction adjustment frame) frame) Adjustment Page F Adjustment Page F Adjustment Address 9D, 9E Adjustment Address 41 to 48, 5C to 5F Note 1: Perform “Auto White Balance Standard Data Input” and Note 1: Perform “Auto White Balance Reference Data Input” “Auto White Balance Adjustment” before this adjustment. before this adjustment. Note 2: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Note 2: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Adjusting method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 011001 0125F1 FF25F1 FF3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. 3 D 63 40 Press PAUSE button. Perform “Data setting during Perform “Data setting during 4 camera system adjustment”. 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) (Refer to page 5-13) 5 F 27 Note down the data. 5 6 01 AB Press PAUSE button. 6 F 27 80 Press PAUSE button. 6 6 01 A9 Press PAUSE button (Note 3) 7 6 01 11 Press PAUSE button. Check the data changes to76028613 88 Press PAUSE button. “01”. 9 6 01 D1 Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Check the data changes to F, address: 41 to 48 and 5C to 5F. 10 6 02 “01”. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 9D and 9E. Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustment: 2 5 F1 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure3D63 00 Press PAUSE button. 1 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting Set data noted down at step 5, 4 performed at step 4. 2 F 27 and press PAUSE button. (Refer to page 5-13) 3 6 13 00 Press PAUSE button. 5 0 01 0045F1 00 Perform “Color Reproduction6 Check”. 5 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 6 performed at step 4. (Refer to page 5-13) 7 0 01 00 5-21, 12. Color Reproduction Check For NTSC mode R-Y Mode STILL Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustmentRMGframe) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Vectorscope YE Specified Value All color luminance points should settle within each color reproduction B-Y frame. B Menu setting: 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) ... PAL (PAL mode) CY

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5 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 6 performed at step 4. (Refer to page 5-13) Fig. 5-1-187001 00 5-22, 13. Auto White Balance Check OUTDOOR luminance point check Mode STILL 23 Place the C14 filter on the lens. Subject Clear chart 24 E 4B Note down the data. (Color reproduction adjustment 25 E 4B 20 Press PAUSE button. frame) 26 6 01 3F Press PAUSE button. Measurement Point Displayed data of Video terminal Check that the center of the of Page: 1 (Note 2) A/V OUT jack white luminance point settles (75 Ω terminated) 27 in the circle shown Fig 5-1-19 Measuring Instrument Adjustment remote Vectorscope (B). commander 28 6 90 XL (Note 1) Specified Value R ratio: Fig. 5-1-19 29 6 91 XH (Note 1) 3E00 to 4200 (A) and (B) B ratio: 30 6 92 YL (Note 1) 3E00 to 4200 31 6 93 YH (Note 1) Note 1: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for XH, XL, YH and 32 6 6C 01 YL. 33 6 2C 01 Note 2: The right four digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the 34 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. adjusting remote commander. 1:XX:XX 35 Wait for 3 seconds. Displayed data Processing after Completing Adjustment: Checking method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. Check that the lens is not1266C 00 covered with either filter. Set data noted down at step 24, 2 0 01 013E4B and press PAUSE button. 3 5 F1 FF Set data noted down at step 14, 4 D 63 40 Press PAUSE button. 4 E 52 and press PAUSE button. Perform “Data setting during562C 00 5 camera system adjustment”. 6 5 F1 00 (Refer to page 5-13) 7 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. 6 6 90 00 Release the data setting7691 04 8 performed at step 5. 8 6 92 00 (Refer to page 5-13) 9 6 93 309001 00 10 6 6C 01 11 6 2C 01 R-Y 12 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 13 Wait for 3 seconds. INDOOR data check B-Y 4 mm 14 E 52 Note down the data. 15 E 52 1A Press PAUSE button. 4 mm 16 6 01 0F Press PAUSE button. 17 0 03 04 Fig. 5-1-19 (A) Check that the displayed data 18 1 (Note 2) satisfied the R ratio specified value. R-Y 19 0 03 05 1 mm Check that the displayed data 20 1 (Note 2) satisfied the B ratio B-Y 1.5 mm specified value. 6 mm INDOOR luminance point check 21 0 03 00 6 mm Check that the center of the 22 white luminance point within the circle shown Fig 5-1-19 (A). Fig. 5-1-19 (B) 5-23, 14. Strobe White Balance Adjustment Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjust the white balance when the strobe light flashed. 14 6 01 67 Press PAUSE button. Mode STILL Check the data changes to 15 6 02 Subject Flash adjustment box (Note 3) “01”. (1.0 m from the front of lens) 16 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Adjustment Page F 17 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Adjustment Address 4D, 4E, 64, 69, 6A, 6B 18 Wait for 1 second. Specified Value Y level data: 64 to 98 (Note 4) 19 6 01 67 Press PAUSE button. R-Y level data: FA to FF or 00 to 06 Check the data changes to (Note 5) 20 6 02 “01”. B-Y level data: FA to FF or 00 to 06 (Note 5) 21 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. A/D integral value data: 0020 or 22 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. more (Note 6) 23 Wait for 1 second. Note 1: Perform “Flange Back Adjustment”, “Light Level 24 6 01 B9 Press PAUSE button. (Note 8) Adjustment” and “Auto White Balance Adjustment” Check the data changes to before this adjustment. 25 6 02 “01”. Note 2: Perform this adjustment in the Flash adjustment box. Note 3: Refer to “4. Preparing the Flash adjustment box”. (See 26 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. page 5-7) 27 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Note 4: Displayed data of page: F, address: 64, of the adjusting 28 Wait for 1 second. remote commander. F:XX:64 29 6 01 67 PAUSE button. Displayed data Check the data changes to30 6 02 Note 5: The right four digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the “01”. adjusting remote commander. Check that the Y level data 1:XX:XX 31 F 64 (Note 4) satisfies the specified R-Y level data value. B-Y level data Note 6: Displayed data of page: F, address: 69, 6A of the adjusting 32 0 03 02 remote commander. Check that the R-Y, B-Y level F:XX:69 33 1 data (Note 5) satisfies the Displayed data specified value. F:XX:6A Check that the A/D integral value Displayed data 6934 F data (Note 6) satisfies the XX XX 6A specified value. Page: F, address: 6A (Lower) Page: F, address: 69 (Higher) Note 8: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Note 7: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. F, address: 4D, 4E, 64 and 69 to 6B. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Switch setting: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1) FLASH ... ON162C 00 Checking method: 2 6 93 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure3601 00 Press PAUSE button. 1 0 01 01466C 0025F1 FF5701 04 Press PAUSE button. 3 D 63 40 Press PAUSE button. 6 0 03 00 Perform “Data setting during75F1 00 4 camera system adjustment”. 8 D 63 00 Press PAUSE button. (Refer to page 5-13) Release the data setting5690 00 9 performed at step 4. 6 6 91 00 (Refer to page 5-13) 7 6 92 00 10 0 01 008693 60966C 01 10 6 2C 01 11 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 12 7 01 44 Press PAUSE button. 13 Wait for 5 seconds. 5-24, 15. CCD Black Defect Compensation 16. CCD White Defect Compensation Mode STILL Mode STILL Subject Clear chart (25 cm from the front of lens) Subject Clear chart (25 cm from the front of lens) Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 6, address: 55 Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 6, Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander address: 55 Adjustment Page 7 Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Adjustment Address 60 to 87 Adjustment Page 7 Note 1: Check that there are no dust, no dirt and reflection of the Adjustment Address 88 to A3 clear chart. Note 2: Any subject other than the clear chart should be in the Note 1: Check that there are no dust, no dirt and reflection of the screen. clear chart. Note 2: Any subject other than the clear chart should be in the Adjusting method: screen. Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Adjusting method: 2 5 F1 FF Order Page Address Data Procedure3D63 40 Press PAUSE button. 1 0 01 01 Perform “Data setting during25F1 FF 4 camera system adjustment”. (Refer to page 5-13) 3 D 63 40 Press PAUSE button. 5 F DF Note down the data. Perform “Data setting during6FDF 4C Press PAUSE button. 4 camera system adjustment”. 7 6 2C 01 (Refer to page 5-13) 8 6 90 005FDE Note down the data. 9 6 91 046FDE 1E Press PAUSE button. 10 6 92 007FE3 Note down the data. 11 6 93 008FE3 0E Press PAUSE button. 12 6 6C 019601 8B Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 13 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Check the data changes to 14 6 30 01 10 6 02 “01”. 15 Wait for 2 seconds. Check the data. 16 6 01 8D Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 11 6 55 00 to 7F: Normal 17 6 02 Check the data changes to 80 to FF: Defective“01”. 12 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Check the data. 18 6 55 00 to 0A : Normal 13 F DE 1E Press PAUSE button. 0B to FF : Defective 14 F E3 60 Press PAUSE button. 19 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 15 6 01 87 Press PAUSE button. 20 F DF 5A Press PAUSE button. Check the data changes to 21 6 01 89 Press PAUSE button. 16 6 02 “01”. 22 6 02 Check the data changes to“01”. Check the data. Check the data. 17 6 55 00: Normal 23 6 55 00: Normal 01 to FF: Defective 01 to FF: Defective Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 7, address: 88 to A3. 7, address: 60 to 87. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure Set data noted down at step 5, Set data noted down at step 5,1 F DF1FDEand press PAUSE button. and press PAUSE button. 2 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Set data noted down at step 7, 2 F E3362C 00 and press PAUSE button. 4 6 30 003601 00 Press PAUSE button. 5 6 6C 0045F1 006691 005D63 00 Press PAUSE button. 7 5 F1 00 Release the data setting8D63 00 Press PAUSE button. 6 performed at step 4. Release the data setting (Refer to page 5-13) 9 performed at step 4. (Refer to page 5-13) 7 0 01 00 10 0 01 00 5-25, 1-5. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS [Adjusting connector] Before perform the camera system adjustments, check that the Most of the measuring points for adjusting the LCD system are specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS” are concentrated in CN 881 of the PD-137 board. satisfied. Connect the Measuring Instruments via the CPC-9 jig (J-6082- 393-C). Note 1: Taken an extreme care not to destroy the liquid crystal The following table shows the Pin No. and signal name of CN display module by static electricity when replacing it. 881. Note 2: Set the LCD BRIGHT (Menu display) to the center. Pin No. Signal Name Pin No. Signal Name 1 BL_L1 10 UNREG 2 BL_L2 11 LANC IN 3 N. C. 12 LANC OUT 4 REG_GND 13 MAKER_RECOG 5 N. C. 14 PF7 6 N. C. 15 TXD 7 HSY 16 RXD 8 PEARL_COM 17 RESET 9 VG 18 VDD [LCD type check] By measuring the resistor value between Pin qd of CN881 and Pin 4 of CN881, the type LCD can be discriminated. PD-137 board CN881 Resistor value LCD type 10 kΩ TYPE SA 22 kΩ TYPE ST Volt ohm meter Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) qd pin cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjustment remote commander. CPC-9 jig 4 pin (J-6082-393-C) CPC cover 18 PD-137 board CN881 Fig. 5-1-20 5-26, 1. LCD Initial Data Input Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D0 to DA , DC to DF Adjusting method: 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D, and enter the data given in the following table. Note: Press the PAUSE button each time the data are set, as the data are written to non-volatile memory (EEPROM). Address Data Remark TYPE ST TYPE SA D0 20 20 Bright Adjustment D1 58 62 Color Adjustment D2 A0 A0 White Blance Adjustment D3 88 88 D4 D0 D0 Contrast Adjustment D5 90 90 Black Limit Adjustment D6 90 90 VG Center Adjustment D7 60 70 VCO Adjustment (NTSC) D8 90 98 V-COM Adjustment D9 B3 B3 Fixed value DA 7F 9A DC B3 B3 DD 80 90 VCO Adjustment (PAL) DE 43 43 Fixed value DF 00 00 Processing after Completing Adjustments: 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. 5-27, 2. VCO Adjustment (PD-137 Board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. If deviated, the LCD screen will be blurred. Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary CH1 Measurement Point CH1: Pin 7 of CN881 (HSY) CH2: Video terminal of A/V CH2 OUTjack (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope H Adjustment Page D magnified Adjustment Address D7 (NTSC) DD (PAL) Specified Value T = 2.04 ± 0.1 µs (TYPE ST) T = 1.92 ± 0.1 µs (TYPE SA) Menu setting: 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) (This adjustment must be performed in NTSC mode, so don’t CH1 set the menu setting to “PAL” ) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure CH21001 01

T

Change the data and set the2DD7 phase difference (T) to the specified value. T: Between the center of HSY signal rising and3DD7 Press PAUSE button. VIDEO SYNC signal rising Read the data and this data is4DD7 Fig. 5-1-21 named DD7 Conver DD7 to decimal 5 notation, and obtain DD7’ (Note) Calculate DDD’ using following equations (decimal 6 calculation) DDD’ = DD7’ + 26 (TYPE ST) DDD’ = DD7’ + 40 (TYPE SA) Conver DDD’ to a hexadecimal 7 number, and obtain DDD (Note) 8 D DD DDD Press PAUSE button. Note: Refer to table 5-2-2. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table” Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 00 5-28, 3. Black Limit Adjustment (PD-137 Board) 4. Bright Adjustment (PD-137 Board) Set the maximum amplitude of the RGB decoder for driving the Set the amplitude of the RGB decoder for driving the LCD to the LCD to the specified value. specified value. If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). (whitish). Mode PLAY Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN881 (VG) Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN881 (VG) External trigger: Pin 8 of CN881 External trigger: Pin 8 of CN881 (PEARL COM) (PEARL COM) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Page D Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D5 Adjustment Address D0 Specified Value A = 8.20 ± 0.1 Vp-p (TYPE ST) Specified Value A = 7.96 ± 0.1 Vp-p (TYPE ST) A = 7.40 ± 0.1 Vp-p (TYPE SA) A = 7.00 ± 0.1 Vp-p (TYPE SA) Adjusting method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 011001 0125F1 0325F1 033DD0 Note down the data. Change the data and set the4DD0 20 Press PAUSE button. 3 D D0 voltage (A) to the specified value. Change the data and set the5DD5 voltage (A) to the specified4DD0 Press PAUSE button. value. 6 D D5 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure Processing after Completing Adjustments: 1 5 F1 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure2001 0015F1 00 Set data noted down at step 3, 2 D D0 Pedestal and press PAUSE button. 3 0 01 00

A A

Pedestal 2H 2H A: Between the reversed waveform pedestal and non-reversed waveform pedestal A: Between the reversed waveform peak and non-reversed Fig. 5-1-23 waveform peak Fig. 5-1-22 5-29, 5. Contrast Adjustment (PD-137 Board) 6. Color Adjustment (PD-137 Board) Set the level of the VIDEO signal for driving the LCD to the Set the color saturation to the standard value. specified value. If, deviated, the color will be dark or light. If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). Mode PLAY Signal Arbitray Mode PLAY Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN881 (VG) Signal Arbitrary External trigger: Pin 8 of CN881 Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN881 (VG) (PEARL COM) External trigger: Pin 8 of CN881 Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (PEARL COM) Adjustment Page D Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Address D1 Adjustment Page D Specified Value A = 444 ± 50 mVp-p (TYPE ST) Adjustment Address D4 A = 308 ± 50 mVp-p (TYPE SA) Specified Value A = 2.50 ± 0.05 Vp-p (TYPE ST) A = 2.24 ± 0.05 Vp-p (TYPE SA) Adjusting method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure25F1 041001 01 Change the data and set the25F1 032DD1 voltage (A) to the specified Change the data and set the value. 3 D D4 voltage (A) to the specified4DD1 Press PAUSE button. value. 4 D D4 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure15F1 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure2001 0015F1 002001 00 White 100% Green 10 steps peak

A A

2H Pedestal 2H A: Between the white 100% (Reference level) and green A: Between the pedestal and 10 setps peak Fig. 5-1-25 Fig. 5-1-24 5-30, 7. VG Center Adjustment (PD-137 Board) 8. V-COM Adjustment (PD-137 Board) Set the center of VG signal for driving the LCD to the specified Set the DC bias of the common electrode drive signal of LCD to value. the specified value.If deviated, the LCD display will be move, producing flicker and conspicuous vertical lines. Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN881 (VG) Measurement Point Check on LCD screen Measuring Instrument Digital voltmeter Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page D Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D6 Adjustment Address D8 Specified Value A = 7.00 ± 0.05 V (TYPE ST) Specified Value The brightness difference A = 6.00 ± 0.05 V (TYPE SA) between the section-A and section-B is minimum Adjusting method: Note: Perform “Bright Adjustment” and “Contrast Adjusstment”before this adjustment. Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjusting method: 1 0 01 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure25F1 021001 01 Change the data and set the25F1 023DD6 DC voltage (A) to the specified3210 02 value. Change the data so that4DD6 Press PAUSE button. 4 D D8 brightness of the section A and section B is equal. Processing after Completing Adjustments: TYPE SA: Press PAUSE button, and Order Page Address Data Procedure5DD8 proceed to “Processing afterCompleting Adjustments”. 1 5 F1 00 TYPE ST: 2 0 01 00 Proceed to step 6 to 11. 6 D D8 Read the data and this data isnamed Dref Conver Dref to decimal 7 notation, and obtain Dref’ (Note) Calculate DD8’ using 8 following equations (decimal calculation) 9 DD8’ = Dref’ – 9 Conver DD8’ to a hexadecimal 10 number, and obtain DD8 (Note) 11 D D8 DD8 Press PAUSE button. Note: Refer to table 5-2-2. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table” Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure15F1 002210 003001 00BAABBAABFig. 5-1-26 5-31, 9. White Blance Adjustment (PD-137 Board) Correct the white balance. If deviated, the LCD screen color cannot be reproduced. Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Check on LCD screen Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D2, D3 Specified Value LCD screen must not be colored Note 1: Check the white balance only when replacing the following parts. If necessary, adjust them. 1. LCD panel 2. Light induction plate 3. IC801 Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 0125F1 02 D2 A0 Press PAUSE button. (Initial3DD3 88 value) Check that the LCD screen is not colored. If not colored, proceed to “Processing after Completing Adjustments”. D2 Change the data so that the5DLCD screen is not colored. D3 (Note 2) Note 2: To write in the non-volatile memory (EEPROM), press the PAUSE button each time to set the data. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure15F1 002001 00 5-32, 1-6. SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure 1. Battery Down Adjustment1001 01 Set the battery end voltage. 2 6 2C 01 If the voltage is incorrect, the life of battery will shorten. The image at the battery end will also be rough. Decrease the output voltage 3 of the regulated power supply so that digital voltmeter display Mode STILL is 3.1 ± 0.01 Vdc. Subject Arbitrary Check the data. Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 2, 4 2 51 74 to 86 : Normal address: 51 00 to 73, 87 to FF: Defective Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander5251 Read the data, and this data is named Dref. Adjustment PageD6D90 Dref Press PAUSE button. Adjustment Address 90 to 94 7 Convert Dref to decimal notati on and obtain Dref’. (Note) Connection: Calculate D91’, D92’, D93’ 1) Connect the regulated power supply and the digital voltmeter and D94’ using following to the battery terminal as shown in Fig. 5-1-27. equations(decimal calculation) 8 D91’=Dref’+3 Preparations before adjustment: D92’=Dref’+10 D93’=Dref’+10 1) Adjust the output voltage of the regulated power supply so D94’=Dref’+10 that the digital voltmeter display is 3.6 ± 0.1 Vdc. 2) Turn off the power supply. Convert D91’, D92’, D93’ and 9 D94’ to a hexadecimal number,3) Turn the HOLD switch of the adjusting remote commander. and obtain D91, D92, D93 and 4) Turn on the power supply. D94 (Note) 5) Insert the memory stick to the unit, and set the STILL mode. 10 D 91 D91 Press PAUSE button. 6) Set the FOCUS switch in MANUAL mode. 11 D 92 D92 Press PAUSE button. 12 D 93 D93 Press PAUSE button. 13 D 94 D94 Press PAUSE button. Note: Refer to table 5-2-2. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table” Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure162C 002001 00 Regulated power supply (3.1 ± 0.01 Vdc) BT-2 board CN001 qa pin CN001 Digital voltmeter Adjusting remote qd pin commander CPC-9jig (J-6082-393-C) 18 1 Regulated power supply PD-137 board (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) CN881 Fig. 5-1-27 5-33, 5-2. SERVICE MODE • Changing the address 2-1. ADJUSTING REMOTE COMMANDER The address increases when the FF (M) button is pressed, The adjusting remote commander is used for changing the calcu- and decreases when the REW (M) button is pressed. There lation coefficient in signal processing, EVR data, etc. The adjust- are altogether 256 addresses, from 00 to FF. ing remote commander performs bi-directional communication • Changing the data (Data setting) with the unit using the remote commander signal line (LANC). The data increases when the PLAY (N) button is pressed, The resultant data of this bi-directional communication is written and decreases when the STOP (x) button is pressed. There in the non-volatile memory. are altogether 256 data, from 00 to FF. • Writing the adjustment data 1. Used the Adjusting Remote Commander The PAUSE button must be pressed to write the adjustment 1) Connect the adjusting remote commander to the CN881 on data in the nonvolatile memory. (The new adjustment data the PD-137 board via CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C). will not be recorded in the nonvolatile memory if this step is 2) Adjust the HOLD switch of the adjusting remote commander not performed) to “HOLD” (SERVICE position). 3) Turn on the power with the POWER switch of the unit. 2. Precautions upon Using the Adjusting Remote If it has been properly connected, the LCD on the adjusting re- Commander mote commander will display as shown in Fig. 5-2-1. Mishandling of the adjusting remote commander may erase the correct adjustment data at times. To prevent this, it is recommended that all adjustment data be noted down before beginning adjust- ments and new adjustment data after each adjustment. 0 : 00 : 00 Page Data Address Fig. 5-2-1 4) Operate the adjusting remote commander as follows. • Changing the page The page increases when the EDIT SEARCH + button is pressed, and decreases when the EDIT SEARCH – button is pressed. There are altogether 16 pages, from 0 to F. Hexadecimal0123456789ABCDEFnotation LCD Display0123456789AbcdEFDecimal notation0123456789101112131415 conversion value Table 5-2-1 5-34, 2-2. DATA PROCESS The calculation of the adjusting remote commander display data (hexadecimal notation) are required for obtaining the adjustment data of some adjustment items. In this case, after converting the hexadecimal notation to decimal notation, calculate and convert the result to hexadecimal notation, and use it as the adjustment data. Table 5-2-2. indicates the hexadecimal notation- the deci- mal notation, calculation table. Hexadecimal nontation-Decimal notation 2 ↓ The lower digits of the0123456789ABCDEFhexadecimal notation The upper digits of the (A) (b) (c) (d) (E) (F) hexadecimal notation0012345678910 11 12 13 14 15 1 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 3 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 4 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 5 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 6 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 7 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 8 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 9 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 A (A) 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 1→ B (b) 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 C (c) 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 D (d) 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 E (E) 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 F (F) 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 Note : ( ) indicate the adjusting remote control unit display. (Example) In the case that the adjusting remote control unit display are BD (bd). As the upper digit of the hexadecimal notation is B (b), and the lower digit is D (d), the intersection “189” of the1 and 2 in the above table is the decimal notation to be calculated. Table 5-2-2 5-35, 2-3. SERVICE MODE 3. Switch Check (1) 1. Setting the Test Mode Page 2 Address 43 Page D Address 10 Bit Function When bit value=1 When bit value=0 Data Function SHUTTER SW 2 OFF ON 00 Normal (PW-122 board) 01 Forced STILL mode power ON XSHUTTER LOCK SW3 OFF ON 02 Forced PLAY mode power ON (PW-122 board) 03 Forced MOVIE mode power ON Using method: • Before setting the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 1) Select page: 2, address: 43 01. 2) By discriminating the bit value of dispaly data, the state of the • For page D, the data set is recorded in the non-volatile memory switches can be discriminated. by pressing the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- mander. In this case, take note that the test mode will not be exited even when the main power is turned off. • After completing adjustments/repairs, be sure to return the data of this address to “00”, and press the PAUSE button of the ad- justing remote commander. Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. 2. Bit Value Discrimination Bit values must be discriminated using the display data of the ad- justing remote commander for following items. Use the table be- low to discriminate if the bit value is “1” or “0” Display on the adjustilng remote commander 0 : 00 : 00 Address Page bit3 to bit0 discrimination bit7 to bit4 discrimination Display on the Bit values Adjusting bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 remote or or or or commander bit7 bit6 bit5 bit40000010001200103001140100501016011070111A8100091001A(A) 1010B(b) 1011C(c) 1100D(d) 1101BE(E) 1110F(F) 1111Example: If “8E” is displayed on the adjusting remote com- mander, the bit values for bit7 to bit4 are shown in the A column, and the bit values for bit3 to bit0 are shown in the B column. 5-36, 4. Switch Check (2) Page 2 Addresses 55 to 57 Using method: 1) Select page: 2, addresses: 55 to 57. 2) By discriminating the dispaly data, the pressed key can be discriminated. Data Address 00 to 14 15 to 3B 3C to 64 65 to 91 92 to BD BE to E9 EA to FF 55 CONTROL DOWN CONTROL UP DISPLAY VOLUME+ VOLUME– (KEY AD1) (PD-137 board) (PD-137 board) (PD-137 board) (SW-349 board) (SW-349 board) (IC404 ul) (S882) (S882) (S881) (S005) (S007) 56 CONTROL RIGHT CONTROL LEFT CONTROL SET FLASH MACRO LCD BACK LIGHT OFF (KEY AD2) (PD-137 board) (PD-137 board) (PD-137 board) (SW-349 board) (SW-349 board) (SW-349 board) (IC404 i;) (S882) (S882) (S882) (S002) (S003) (S006) 57 PROGRAM AE (KEY AD3) (SW-349 board) (IC404 ia) (S008) 5. LED, LCD Check Page 2 Address 06 Data 02 Using method: 1) Select page: 2, address: 06, and set data: 02. 2) Check that all LED except for the ACCESS LED are lit and all segments of LCD (display window) are lit. 3) Select page: 2, address: 06, and set data: 00. 55-3-377 E,

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6-1. EXPLODED VIEWS The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are NOTE: critical for safety. • -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are Replace only with part number speci- have some difference from the original one. seldom required for routine service. Some delay fied. • Color Indication of Appearance Parts should be anticipated when ordering these items. Les composants identifiés par une Example: • The mechanical parts with no reference number in marque 0 sont critiquens pour la KNOB, BALANCE (WHITE) .(RED) the exploded views are not supplied. sécurité. ↑ ↑ • Accessories are given in the last of the electrical Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. Parts Color Cabinet's Color parts list. 6-1-1. UPPER CABINET SECTION 16 12 not supplied 17 13 18 14 not 15 supplied Rear cabinet section (See page 6-2.) SW15197MIC901 Main section (See page 6-3.) 1 3 Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 1 X-3951-025-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY 12 3-064-263-01 BUTTON, SHUTTER 2 3-989-735-81 SCREW (M1.7), LOCK ACE, P2 13 3-064-260-01 KNOB, POWER 3 3-064-242-01 CABINET (BOTTOM) 14 3-064-237-01 SPRING, COMPRESSION 4 3-969-387-01 FOOT, RUBBER 15 3-064-266-01 SLIDER (POWER) * 5 3-064-227-01 SHEET, MICROPHONE 16 3-064-259-01 KNOB, MODE * 6 3-065-229-01 SHEET (UPPER) 17 X-3946-488-1 SPRING ASSY, AE LEAF 7 3-989-735-51 SCREW (M1.7), LOCK ACE, P2 18 3-064-496-01 DISK (MODE) 8 A-7096-377-A PW-122 BLOCK ASSY 19 3-318-382-21 SCREW (1.7X3), TAPPING * 9 3-055-971-01 CUSHION, MICROPHONE * 20 3-066-383-01 SHEET, FLEXIBLE FIXED 10 3-318-382-03 SCREW (1.7), TAPPING MIC901 1-542-446-11 MICROPHONE 11 X-3951-027-1 CABINET (UPPER) ASSY * SW151 X-3951-075-1 SLIDER (MODE) ASSY 6-1, 6-1-2. REAR PANEL SECTION not supplied 66 62 64 57 58 56 72 54 60 52 71 51 LCD901 68 D9001 69 53 (Note) About PD-137 board and LCD module, discrimi- nate LCD type on the machine referring to page 6, and replace the same type. Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 51 3-318-382-03 SCREW (1.7), TAPPING 64 3-064-248-01 HOLDER, F BUTTON 52 A-7096-373-A PD-137 BLOCK ASSY (TYPE ST) * 65 3-064-250-01 SPRING, F BUTTON 52 A-7096-374-A PD-137 BLOCK ASSY (TYPE SA) 66 3-064-247-01 BUTTON, FUNCTION 53 A-7096-375-A SW-349 BLOCK ASSY 67 3-064-274-01 COVER, LCD * 54 3-064-278-01 SHEET METAL, ZM 68 3-064-230-01 SHEET (P), ADHESIVE 55 A-7074-603-A ZM-26 BOARD, COMPLETE * 69 3-064-233-01 SHEET (B), INSULATING * 56 3-703-357-02 PIN, PARALLEL (DIA. 1.6X5) * 70 3-065-667-01 SHEET (SW), INSULATING 57 X-3951-031-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY, INNER (SERVICE) * 71 3-065-230-01 SHEET (F), LIGHT INTERCEPTION 58 3-064-281-01 COVER, JACK 72 3-064-219-01 ADHESIVE SHEET (A) 59 3-055-366-01 MARK, MS D9001 1-476-330-11 BLOCK, LIGHT GUIDE PLATE (TYPE ST) 60 3-065-177-01 SCREW (1.7X3) D9001 1-476-331-21 BLOCK, LIGHT GUIDE PLATE (TYPE SA) 61 3-064-225-01 LID, CPC LCD901 1-804-206-21 INDICATOR MODULE, LIQUID CRYSTAL 62 7-624-118-01 RING, RETAINING E-2.5 (TYPE SA) 63 X-3951-032-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY, ALUMINUM (SERVICE) LCD901 8-753-050-66 ACX309AK-1 (TYPE ST) 6-2, 6-1-3. MAIN SECTION 117 120 106 111 not supplied 119 121 111 not supplied (Note 2) 111 $ 110 115 109116 106

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118 107 IC151

A (Note 1)

102 103 ! : BT001 (BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY) Board on the mount position. (See page 4-73.) (Note 1) Be sure to read “Precuations for Replacement of CCD Imager” on page 4-8 when changing the CCD imager. The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. (Note 2) Be sure to read “2-1. BT LID ASSEMBLY Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce REPLACING METHOD” on page 2-2 when ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié. changing the BT lid assy. Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 101 1-758-517-11 LENS, VIDEO (98WA) 114 X-3951-282-1 BT LID ASSY (SERVICE) (Note 2) 102 1-758-516-11 FILTER BLOCK, OPTICAL 115 3-064-207-01 CLAW, BT LOCK 103 3-054-555-01 RUBBER (K), SEAL 116 3-064-208-01 SPRING, BT LOCK 104 A-7074-592-A CD-290 BOARD, COMPLETE 117 A-7074-605-A MT-60 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) 105 3-713-791-41 SCREW (M1.7X5), TAPPING, P2 (BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74 and PS-440 boards are included in this complete board) 106 3-989-735-51 SCREW (M1.7), LOCK ACE, P2 118 3-065-690-01 PLATE, LIGHT INTERCEPTION * 107 3-064-244-01 FRAME, LENS 108 3-064-217-01 CUSHION, FRAME * 119 3-066-692-01 SHEET, INSULATING 109 3-064-216-01 CUSHION (L) 120 1-679-962-11 FP-338 FLEXIBLE BOARD 110 3-064-215-01 SCREW (M1.7), STEP 121 3-064-238-01 SHEET (C), INSULATING 122 3-064-232-01 SHEET (A), INSULATING 111 3-318-382-03 SCREW (1.7), TAPPING * 123 3-065-666-01 SHEET (LF), INSUALTING 0112 A-7074-599-A ST-62 BOARD, COMPLETE 113 X-3951-028-1 HOLDER ASSY, BT IC151 A-7031-134-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (CCD IMAGER) (Note 1) 6-3,

CD-290 MT-60

6-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST NOTE: The components identified by • Due to standardization, replacements in the • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. parts list may be different from the parts speci- are seldom required for routine service. Replace only with part number fied in the diagrams or the components used Some delay should be anticipated when order- specified. on the set. ing these items. Les composants identifiés par une • -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they • SEMICONDUCTORS marque 0 sont critiquens pour la may have some difference from the original In each case, u: µ, for example: sécurité. one. uA.: µA.uPA.: µPA.Ne les remplacer que par une pièce • RESISTORS uPB.: µPB.uPC.: µPC.portant le numéro spécifié. All resistors are in ohms. uPD.: µPD.METAL: Metal-film resistor. • CAPACITORS When indicating parts by reference METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. uF: µF number, please include the board. F: nonflammable • COILS uH: µH About PD-137 board and LCD module, dis- • Abbreviation criminate LCD type on the machine referring AUS : Australian model J : Japanese model to page 6, and replace the same type. CN : Chinese model JE : Tourist model CND : Canadian model KR : Korea model HK : Hong Kong model Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark A-7074-592-A CD-290 BOARD, COMPLETE ************************ (Ref. No.: 20,000 Series) (IC151 is not included in this complete board) < CAPACITOR > C152 1-162-966-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022uF 10% 50V C153 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V C154 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V C155 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V C156 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V C157 1-162-915-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10PF 0.5PF 50V < IC > IC151 A-7031-134-A CCD BLOCK ASSY < TRANSISTOR > Q151 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO Q152 8-729-050-22 TRANSISTOR 2SC4250 (T5LSONY1) < RESISTOR > R153 1-216-826-11 METAL CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W R154 1-216-805-11 METAL CHIP 47 5% 1/16W R155 1-216-857-11 METAL CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W R156 1-216-827-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 5% 1/16W R157 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R158 1-216-814-11 METAL CHIP 270 5% 1/16W A-7074-605-A MT-60 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) ******************************** (Ref. No.: 10,000 Series) (BT-2, CA-66, DD-150, HI-74 and PS-440 boards are included in this complete board)

Electrical parts list of the BT-2, CA-66, DD-

150, HI-74, MT-60 and PS-440 board are not shown.

Pages 6-5 to 6-11 are not shown.

(Note) Be sure to read “Note on the CCD Imager Replacement” on page 4-8 when changing the CCD imager. 6-4,

PD-137 (TYPE SA)

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark A-7096-374-A PD-137 BLOCK ASSY (TYPE SA) < TRANSISTOR > *************************** (Ref. No.: 10,000 Series) Q801 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL Q802 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 < CAPACITOR > Q803 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 Q804 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 C801 1-137-702-91 TANTALUM CHIP 1.5uF 20% 20V Q805 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C802 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C803 1-137-700-91 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V Q806 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C804 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V Q807 8-729-050-91 TRANSISTOR UNRL21300AS0 C805 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V Q809 8-729-050-91 TRANSISTOR UNRL21300AS0 Q812 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C806 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 10% 6.3V Q813 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 C807 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C808 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V Q814 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C809 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C810 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V < RESISTOR > C811 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V R801 1-218-970-11 RES-CHIP 27K 5% 1/16W C812 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V R802 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W C813 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V R803 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W C814 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R804 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C815 1-164-505-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 16V R805 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C816 1-164-505-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 16V R806 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C817 1-107-686-11 TANTALUM CHIP 4.7uF 20% 16V R807 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C818 1-137-700-91 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V R808 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W C820 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R809 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W C821 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R810 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W C822 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R811 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W C823 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R812 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W C824 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V R813 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W C825 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V R814 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W C826 1-164-940-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0033uF 10% 16V R815 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W C827 1-164-868-11 CERAMIC CHIP 56PF 5% 16V R816 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W C828 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R817 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W C829 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF 10% 16V R818 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W C832 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF 10% 16V R821 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R822 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W < CONNECTOR > R823 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W CN805 1-794-770-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 24P R824 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W CN806 1-794-766-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 6P R825 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 CN881 1-794-769-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 18P R826 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W CN882 1-794-768-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 11P R827 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W CN883 1-778-804-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 40P R828 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W CN884 1-794-411-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 8P R829 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W R830 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W < DIODE > R832 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W R833 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W D802 8-713-102-80 DIODE 1T369-01-T8A D880 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R834 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W R835 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W < IC > R836 1-218-981-11 RES-CHIP 220K 5% 1/16W R837 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W IC801 8-759-524-98 IC CXA8116R-T4 R840 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 IC802 8-759-364-05 IC MB40D001PFV-G-BND-ER IC803 8-759-337-40 IC NJM2904V (TE2) R841 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W IC804 8-759-677-84 IC LC12017-52T-TE-B R842 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R843 1-218-974-11 RES-CHIP 56K 5% 1/16W < COIL > R845 1-218-981-11 RES-CHIP 220K 5% 1/16W R846 1-218-970-11 RES-CHIP 27K 5% 1/16W L801 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH L802 1-469-528-91 INDUCTOR 100uH R847 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W L803 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH R848 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W L804 1-412-949-21 INDUCTOR 6.8uH R849 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W L805 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH R851 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R854 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W 6-12,

PD-137 (TYPE SA) PD-137 (TYPE ST)

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark R855 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W C822 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R856 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 C823 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R857 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 C824 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V R859 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 C825 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V R860 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) C826 1-164-940-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0033uF 10% 16V R861 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W C827 1-164-868-11 CERAMIC CHIP 56PF 5% 16V R862 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W C828 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V R863 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W C829 1-164-937-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF 10% 16V R864 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W C830 1-109-982-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 10V R865 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W C831 1-110-501-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.33uF 10% 16V R868 1-218-964-11 RES-CHIP 8.2K 5% 1/16W C832 1-107-823-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.47uF 10% 16V R869 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R871 1-211-989-11 METAL CHIP 68 0.5% 1/16W < CONNECTOR > R872 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R873 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 CN805 1-794-770-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 24P CN806 1-794-766-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 6P R874 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 CN881 1-794-769-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 18P R875 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 CN882 1-794-768-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 11P R876 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 CN883 1-778-804-11 CONNECTOR, BOARD TO BOARD 40P R877 1-211-989-11 METAL CHIP 68 0.5% 1/16W R878 1-218-964-11 RES-CHIP 8.2K 5% 1/16W CN884 1-794-411-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 8P R882 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 < DIODE > R888 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) R889 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) D802 8-713-102-80 DIODE 1T369-01-T8A R890 1-218-956-11 RES-CHIP 1.8K 5% 1/16W D803 8-719-050-42 DIODE RD3.3UM-T1B R891 1-218-956-11 RES-CHIP 1.8K 5% 1/16W D880 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R892 1-218-958-11 RES-CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W < IC > R893 1-218-958-11 RES-CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W IC801 8-759-524-98 IC CXA8116R-T4 < SWITCH > IC802 8-759-364-05 IC MB40D001PFV-G-BND-ER IC803 8-759-337-40 IC NJM2904V (TE2) S881 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (DISPLAY) IC804 8-752-405-01 IC CXD3510R-T4 S882 1-786-039-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (CONTROL) < COIL > A-7096-373-A PD-137 BLOCK ASSY (TYPE ST) L801 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH ************************** L802 1-469-528-91 INDUCTOR 100uH (Ref. No.: 10,000 Series) L803 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH L804 1-412-949-21 INDUCTOR 6.8uH < CAPACITOR > L805 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH C801 1-137-702-91 TANTALUM CHIP 1.5uF 20% 20V < TRANSISTOR > C802 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C803 1-137-700-91 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V Q801 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C804 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V Q802 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 C805 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V Q803 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 Q804 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 C806 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 10% 6.3V Q805 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C807 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C808 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V Q806 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C809 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V Q811 8-729-037-53 TRANSISTOR 2SA1832F-Y/GR (TPL3) C810 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V Q812 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL Q813 8-729-050-74 TRANSISTOR 2SB1462L0AS0 C811 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V Q814 8-729-050-76 TRANSISTOR EC3201C-PM-TL C812 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V C813 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 6.3V < RESISTOR > C814 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V C815 1-164-505-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 16V R801 1-218-970-11 RES-CHIP 27K 5% 1/16W R802 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W C816 1-164-505-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 16V R803 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W C817 1-107-686-11 TANTALUM CHIP 4.7uF 20% 16V R804 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C818 1-137-700-91 TANTALUM CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V R805 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W C820 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V C821 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R806 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W R807 1-218-941-11 RES-CHIP 100 5% 1/16W Note: Ferrite beads are mounted to the location 6-13 where R860, R888 and R889 are printed.,

PD-137 (TYPE ST) PW-122

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark R808 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W R809 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R886 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R810 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W R887 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R888 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) R811 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W R889 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) R812 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R890 1-218-956-11 RES-CHIP 1.8K 5% 1/16W R813 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W R814 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R891 1-218-956-11 RES-CHIP 1.8K 5% 1/16W R815 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W R892 1-218-958-11 RES-CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W R893 1-218-958-11 RES-CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W R816 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W R817 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W < SWITCH > R818 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R821 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W S881 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (DISPLAY) R822 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W S882 1-786-039-21 SWITCH, TACTILE (CONTROL) R823 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R824 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W A-7096-377-A PW-122 BLOCK ASSY R825 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 ****************** R826 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W (Ref. No.: 30,000 Series) R827 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W < CAPACITOR > R828 1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP 220 5% 1/16W R829 1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP 220 5% 1/16W C101 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R830 1-218-945-11 RES-CHIP 220 5% 1/16W C109 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R832 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W R833 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W < CONNECTOR > R834 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W CN102 1-794-766-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 6P R835 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W CN151 1-794-769-21 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC (LIF) 18P R836 1-218-981-11 RES-CHIP 220K 5% 1/16W R837 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W < DIODE > R840 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 D151 8-719-070-95 DIODE TLGU1008 (T05, SOY) (POWER) R841 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W D152 8-719-070-91 DIODE TLSU1008 (T05, SOY) R842 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W (SELF-TIMER/RECORDING) R843 1-218-972-11 RES-CHIP 39K 5% 1/16W D153 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R845 1-218-983-11 RES-CHIP 330K 5% 1/16W D154 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R846 1-218-970-11 RES-CHIP 27K 5% 1/16W D155 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R847 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W < FERRITE BEAD > R848 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W R849 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W FB101 1-414-228-11 INDUCTOR 0uH R851 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R853 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 < IC > R854 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W IC101 8-759-573-02 IC BU9735K-E2 R855 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R856 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 < RESISTOR > R858 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R859 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R101 1-216-855-11 METAL CHIP 680K 5% 1/16W R106 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 680 5% 1/16W R860 1-469-082-21 FERRITE 600uH (Note) R107 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R861 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W R108 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R862 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R151 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 680 5% 1/16W R863 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R864 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R152 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 680 5% 1/16W R153 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R865 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W R866 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W < SWITCH > R867 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R869 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W S151 1-771-331-81 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (POWER) R871 1-211-989-11 METAL CHIP 68 0.5% 1/16W S152 1-692-247-11 SWITCH, TACTIL (2 CLICK) (SHUTTER) SW151 X-3951-075-1 SLIDER (MODE) ASSY (MODE) R877 1-211-989-11 METAL CHIP 68 0.5% 1/16W R880 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W R881 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W R883 1-218-974-11 RES-CHIP 56K 5% 1/16W R885 1-218-979-11 RES-CHIP 150K 5% 1/16W Note: Ferrite beads are mounted to the location 6-14 where R860, R888 and R889 are printed.,

ST-62 SW-349 ZM-26

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 0 A-7074-599-A ST-62 BOARD, COMPLETE A-7096-375-A SW-349 BLOCK ASSY ********************* ****************** (Ref. No.: 10,000 Series) (Ref. No.: 20,000 Series) 0 1-476-293-11 FLASH UNIT < DIODE > 3-064-224-01 HOLDER, LIGHT REGULATION D002 8-719-070-94 DIODE TLYU1008 (T05, SOY) < CAPACITOR > (STROBE CHARGE) D006 8-719-070-91 DIODE TLSU1008 (T05, SOY) C1001 1-162-966-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022uF 10% 50V (SELF-TIMER/RECORDING) 0C1002 1-137-723-21 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 250V D007 8-719-070-95 DIODE TLGU1008 (T05, SOY) (AE LOCK) 0C1003 1-137-724-11 ELECT 95uF 300V D008 8-719-056-61 DIODE MAZS082008SO C1051 1-104-852-11 TANTALUM CHIP 22uF 20% 10V C1052 1-165-176-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 16V < RESISTOR > C1053 1-125-817-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 10% 6.3V R003 1-216-824-11 METAL CHIP 1.8K 5% 1/16W C1054 1-162-970-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 25V R008 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W C1055 1-109-982-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 10V R010 1-216-831-11 METAL CHIP 6.8K 5% 1/16W C1056 1-109-982-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 10V R011 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W R012 1-216-839-11 METAL CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W < DIODE > R013 1-216-831-11 METAL CHIP 6.8K 5% 1/16W 0D1001 8-719-081-37 DIODE HAU140C028TP R018 1-216-819-11 METAL CHIP 680 5% 1/16W D1051 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R019 1-216-820-11 METAL CHIP 820 5% 1/16W R022 1-216-836-11 METAL CHIP 18K 5% 1/16W < COIL > < SWITCH > L1051 1-414-392-41 INDUCTOR 1uH S002 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (FLASH) < TRANSISTOR > S003 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (MACRO) S005 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (VOLUME +) 0Q1002 8-729-053-74 TRANSISTOR CY25AAJ-8-T13 S006 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (LCD ON/OFF) Q1003 8-729-053-77 PHOTO TRANSISTOR PN126S-R.S0 S007 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (VOLUME -) Q1051 8-729-426-24 TRANSISTOR XP1211-TXE Q1052 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO S008 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (PROGRAM AE) Q1053 8-729-015-74 TRANSISTOR UN5111-TX Q1054 8-729-422-87 TRANSISTOR 2SB1073-R-TX A-7074-603-A ZM-26 BOARD, COMPLETE Q1055 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR 2SD2216J-QR (K8).SO ********************** Q1056 8-729-422-87 TRANSISTOR 2SB1073-R-TX (Ref. No.: 20,000 Series) Q1057 8-729-426-24 TRANSISTOR XP1211-TXE Q1058 8-729-042-58 TRANSISTOR UN9111J- (K8).SO < DIODE > < RESISTOR > D053 8-719-056-23 DIODE 1SS387-TPL3 D054 8-719-056-53 DIODE MAZS051008SO 0R1002 1-216-286-00 RES-CHIP 4.7M 5% 1/8W D055 8-719-056-53 DIODE MAZS051008SO R1003 1-216-805-11 METAL CHIP 47 5% 1/16W D056 8-719-056-53 DIODE MAZS051008SO R1004 1-216-857-11 METAL CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W D057 8-719-062-16 DIODE 01ZA8.2 (TPL3) R1051 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W R1052 1-216-845-11 METAL CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W < FERRITE BEAD > R1053 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 100 5% 1/16W FB051 1-500-284-21 INDUCTOR 0uH R1054 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W FB052 1-216-295-11 SHORT 0 (Note) R1055 1-216-811-11 METAL CHIP 150 5% 1/16W FB053 1-500-284-21 INDUCTOR 0uH R1056 1-216-805-11 METAL CHIP 47 5% 1/16W R1058 1-216-838-11 METAL CHIP 27K 5% 1/16W < JACK > R1060 1-216-826-11 METAL CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W J052 1-569-950-31 JACK (SMALL TYPE) (A/V OUT) R1061 1-216-814-11 METAL CHIP 270 5% 1/16W R1062 1-216-829-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W < RESISTOR > R1063 1-216-833-11 METAL CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R051 1-216-826-11 METAL CHIP 2.7K 5% 1/16W < TRANSFORMER > R052 1-216-821-11 METAL CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R053 1-216-864-11 METAL CHIP 0 5% 1/16W 0T1001 1-435-741-21 TRANSFORMER, DC-DC CONVERTER 0T1002 1-419-828-11 COIL, TRIGGER < SPEAKER > SP901 1-529-857-11 SPEAKER (1.6 cm) The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Note: Resistor is mounted to the location where Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce FB052 is printed. 6-15 ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié.,

ZM-26

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark < SWITCH > S051 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (ZOOM (T)) S052 1-771-138-61 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (ZOOM (W))

ACCESSORIES

************ 0 1-476-332-11 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-LSI) (US, CND, JE, J) 0 1-476-332-21 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-LSI) (CN) 0 1-476-332-31 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-LSI) (KR) 0 1-476-332-41 ADAPTOR, AC (AC-LSI) (AEP, UK, E, HK, AUS) 1-543-798-11 FILTER, CLAMP (FERRITE CORE) (AEP, UK, AUS) 0 1-569-007-11 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (E, JE) 0 1-569-008-21 ADAPTOR, CONVERSION 2P (E) 0 1-696-819-11 CORD, POWER (AUS) 1-757-293-11 CORD, CONNECTION (USB 5P) 0 1-769-608-11 CORD, POWER (AEP, E) 0 1-776-985-11 CORD, POWER (KR) 0 1-782-476-11 CORD, POWER (CN) 0 1-783-374-11 CORD, POWER (UK, HK) 1-783-738-31 CORD, CONNECTION (AV CONNECTING 1.5m) 0 1-790-107-22 CORD, POWER (US, CND) 0 1-790-732-11 CORD, POWER (JE, J) 3-050-664-11 STRAP, HAND 3-063-797-01 SOFT, BUNDLE 3-064-296-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (JAPANESE) (J) 3-064-296-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (EXCEPT KR, J) 3-064-296-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, GERMAN) (CND, AEP, AUS, JE) 3-064-296-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, AUS, JE) 3-064-296-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN, DUTCH) (AEP) 3-064-296-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CHINESE) (E, HK, AUS, CN, JE) 3-064-296-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN, SWEDISH) (AEP, AUS, JE) 3-064-296-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ARABIC) (E) 3-064-296-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (AUS, KR, JE) 3-064-377-01 REGISTRATION CD-ROM (DSC-V3.1) (J) 3-866-482-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (for SAFETY) (JAPANESE) (J) The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce 6-16 E ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié., FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a For NTSC mode clear sheet for use. R-Y R MG

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B-Y

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✄ DSC-P1 For PAL mode R-Y

MG R YE

B-Y

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DSC-P1 Sony Corporation

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