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DSC-F717 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 09 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this document. DIGITAL STILL CAMERA DSC-F717 COVER SPECIFICATIONS System LCD screen NP-FM50 battery pack Image device Used LCD panel Used battery 11 mm (2/3 type) color CCD 4.6 cm (1.8 type) TFT drive Lithium-ion battery Primary color filter Total number of dots Maximum voltage Total pixel...
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DSC-F717 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1

US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 09 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this document.

DIGITAL STILL CAMERA

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DSC-F717 COVER SPECIFICATIONS System LCD screen NP-FM50 battery pack

Image device Used LCD panel Used battery 11 mm (2/3 type) color CCD 4.6 cm (1.8 type) TFT drive Lithium-ion battery Primary color filter Total number of dots Maximum voltage Total pixels number of camera 123 200 (560×220) dots DC 8.4 V Approx. 5 240 000 pixels Nominal voltage Effective pixels number of camera General DC 7.2 V Approx. 5 020 000 pixels Capacity 8.5 Wh (1 180 mAh) Lens 5× zoom lens Used battery pack Operating temperature f = 9.7 – 48.5 mm (13/32 – NP-FM50 (supplied) Power requirements 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)1 15/16 inches) (38 – 190 mm (1 1/2 – 7 1/2 inches) when converted 7.2 V Dimensions to a 35 mm still camera) Power consumption (during shooting) Approx. 38.2×20.5×55.6 mm F2.0 – 2.4 2.3 W (1 9/16×13/16×2 1/4 inches) (w/h/d) Filter diameter: 58 mm (2 3/8 inches) Operating temperature Mass Approx. 76 g (3 oz) Exposure control 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) Automatic exposure, Shutter speed Storage temperature Accessories priority, Aperture priority, Manual –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) exposure, Scene selection (4 modes) • AC-L10A/L10B AC power adaptor Dimensions White balance • Power cord (mains lead)119.5×68.9×151 mm Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, (4 3/4×2 3/4×6 inches) • USB cable Fluorescent, Incandescent, One-push (W/H/D, excluding maximum • NP-FM50 battery pack Data format (DCF compliant) protrusions) • A/V connecting cable Still images: Exif Ver. 2.2 JPEG Mass Approx. 696 g (1 lb 8 oz) (including compliant, GIF (for Clip Motion), • “Memory Stick” (32 MB) battery pack NP-FM50, “Memory TIFF, DPOF compatible Stick,” shoulder strap and lens cap) • Shoulder strap Audio with still image: MPEG1 compliant (Monaural) Built-in microphone • Lens cap Moving images: Electret condenser microphone • Lens cap strap MPEG1 compliant (Monaural) Built-in speaker • CD-ROM (USB driver SPVD-008) Recording media Dynamic speaker • Operating instructions “Memory Stick” Flash Recommended distance (ISO set to AC-L10A/L10B AC power Design and specifications are subject to change Auto): 0.3 m to 4.5 m (11 7/8 inches adaptor without notice. to 177 1/4 inches) Viewfinder Power requirements Electric viewfinder (color) 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Rated output voltage DC 8.4 V, 1.5 A in operating mode

Input/Output connectors Operating temperature

A/V OUT (MONO) (Monaural) 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) Minijack Storage temperature Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced, –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) sync negative Audio: 327 mV (at a 47 kΩ load) Dimensions Output impedance 2.2 kΩ Approx. 125×39×62 mm (5×1 9/16×2 1/2 inches) (w/h/d, ACC jack Mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm) excluding maximum protrusions) USB jack mini-B Mass Approx. 280 g (10 oz) — 2 —,

DSC-F717 CAUTION Use of controls or adjustments or performance

procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. This statement is indicated under the lens. SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU PUBLISHED BY SONY. DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS 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-soldered 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes 6. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing and bridges. • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270˚C 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are during repairing. "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of the 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly circuit board (within 3 times). transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when soldering them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. or unsoldering. 4. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. — 3 —,

DSC-F717

COVER SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION [Description on Self-diagnosis Display] Self-diagnosis display • C: ss: ss You can reverse the camera malfunction yourself. (However, contact 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 local authorized Sony service facility. Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error 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 initialization. — Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being E:91:ss of flash unit. charged. — 4 —,

DSC-F717

COVER 1. MAIN PARTS Note: • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. The components identified by Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. mark 0 or dotted line with mark • The parts numbers of such as a cabinet are also appeared in this section. 0 are critical for safety. Replace only with part number Refer to the parts number mentioned below the name of parts to order. specified. • Abbreviation Les composants identifiés par une AUS: Australian model HK : Hong Kong model J : Japanese model marque 0 sont critiquens pour la CH : Chinese model KR : Korean model sécurité. CND: Canadian model JE : Tourist model Ne les remplacer que par une pièceportant le numéro spécifié. 1. ORNAMENTAL PARTS ACC Cap 3-071-262-01 (When change it, need to dismantle the set.) LCD Window CPC Lid 3-071-282-01 3-064-225-11 Adhesive Sheet (LCD) 3-071-283-01 — 5 —,

DSC-F717 Checking supplied accessories.

Check that the following accessories are supplied with your digital still camera. Power cord (mains lead) (1) AC-L10A/L10B AC power adaptor Conversion adaptor (1) Conversion adaptor 2P (1) 0 1-696-819-11 (AUS) (1) 0 1-569-007-11 (E, JE) 0 1-569-008-21 (E) 0 1-769-608-11 (AEP, E) 0 1-475-599-14 (US, CND, AEP, 0 1-776-985-11 (KR) UK, E, HK, AUS, JE, J) 0 1-782-476-11 (CH) 0 1-475-599-73 (KR) 0 1-783-374-11 (UK, HK) 0 1-475-599-82 (CH) 0 1-790-107-22 (US, CND) 0 1-790-732-11 (JE, J) CD-ROM Memory stick (32 MB) (1) (USB driver SPVD-008) (1) 3-077-012-02 (US, CND, J) NP-FM50 battery pack (1) Shoulder strap (1) 3-077-023-02 (AEP, UK, E, 3-071-638-01 HK, AUS, CH, KR, JE)

Other accessories

3-078-045-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (JAPANESE) (J) 3-078-045-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (US, CND, AEP, UK, E, HK, AUS, CH, JE) USB cable (1) A/V connecting cable (1) 3-078-045-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, GERMAN) 1-823-930-11 1-824-111-11 (CND, AEP) 3-078-045-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, JE) 3-078-045-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN, DUTCH) (AEP) 3-078-045-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TRADITIONAL CHINESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (E, HK, CH, JE) 3-078-045-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (RUSSIAN, SWEDISH) (AEP) 3-078-045-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ARABIC) (E) Lens cap (1) Lens cap strap (1) 3-078-045-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (KR) X-3952-016-1 X-3952-015-1 3-078-046-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (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 ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié.

Sony EMCS Co. 2002I0500-19-929-994-41 ©2002.9

— 6 — Published by DI Customer Center, 3-078-045-12(1) Getting started_ al Still Camera Shooting still images_ Viewing still images_eDeleting still images _ Before advanced operations_eAdvanced still image shooting _ Advanced still image viewing _ Still image editing _ Enjoying movies _ Enjoying images on your computer_ Troubleshooting _ Additional information_ Index

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ou are cautioned that any changes or odifications not expressly approved in this anual could void your authority to operate this uipment. ote: his equipment has been tested and found to mply with the limits for a Class B digital vice, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. hese limits are designed to provide reasonable otection against harmful interference in a sidential installation. This equipment generates, es, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, not installed and used in accordance with the structions, may cause harmful interference to dio communications. However, there is no arantee that interference will not occur in a rticular installation. If this equipment does use harmful interference to radio or television ception, which can be determined by turning e equipment off and on, the user is encouraged try to correct the interference by one or more of e following measures: — Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. — Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help. he supplied interface cable must be used with e equipment in order to comply with the limitsradigital device pursuant to Subpart B of Part of FCC Rules. CAUTION C

WARNING The use of optical instruments with this Y

product will increase eye hazard. m To prevent fire or shock hazard, do Use of controls or adjustments or m not expose the unit to rain or eq moisture. performance of procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous N radiation exposure. T

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Trade Name: SONY th Model No.: DSC-F717 to This symbol is intended to alert Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. th the user to the presence of Address: 680 Kinderkamack Road, uninsulated “dangerous Oradell, NJ 07649 USA voltage” within the product’s Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to This device complies with Part 15 of the constitute a risk of electric FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the shock to persons. following two conditions: (1) This device This symbol is intended to alert may not cause harmful interference, and the user to the presence of (2) this device must accept any interference important operating and received, including interference that may T maintenance (servicing) cause undesired operation. th instructions in the literature fo accompanying the appliance. 15,

For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied AC Attention for the Customers in

rope product has been tested and found compliant the limits sets out in the EMC Directive for connection cables shorter than 3 meters feet). statement is indicated under the lens. ntion electromagnetic field at the specific encies may influence the picture and sound is camera. ice tic electricity or electromagnetism causes transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart pplication or disconnect and connect the cable again. and Canada power adaptor for the Eu customers in the United RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION Kingdom This BATTERIES with Lithium-Ion batteries are A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is fitted using recyclable. to this equipment for your safety and (9.8 You can help preserve our convenience. environment by returning your Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be used rechargeable batteries to replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or the collection and recycling location nearest BSI to BS 1362, (i.e., marked with or you. mark) must be used. For more information regarding recycling of If the plug supplied with this equipment has a This rechargeable batteries, call toll free detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the 1-800-822-8837, or visit fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never Atte http://www.rbrc.org/ use the plug without the fuse cover. If you The should lose the fuse cover, please contact your frequ Caution:Do not handle damaged or leaking nearest Sony service station. of th Lithium-Ion batteries. Not CAUTION If sta TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, MATCH data WIDE BLADE OF PLUG TO WIDE SLOT, FULLY the a INSERT. USB, ra o not shake or strike the camera addition to malfunctions and inability to record ages, this may render the “Memory Stick” usable or image data breakdown, damage or ss may occur. CD screen, LCD finder (only models ith an LCD finder) and lens The LCD screen and the LCD finder are manufactured using extremely high-precision technology so over 99.99% of the pixels are operational for effective use. However, there may be some tiny black points and/or bright points (white, red, blue or green in color) that constantly appear on the LCD screen and the LCD finder. These points are normal in the manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. Be careful when placing the camera near a window or outdoors. Exposing the LCD screen, the finder or the lens to direct sunlight for long periods may cause malfunctions. “Me For t Cana

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mory Stick” Before using your came Trial recording D Before you record one-time events, you may want In to make a trial recording to make sure that the im camera is working correctly. un lo No compensation for contents of the he Customers in the U.S.A. and recording L da Contents of the recording cannot be compensated w DEVICE COMPLIES WITH PART 15 for if recording or playback is not possible due to • E FCC RULES. OPERATION IS a malfunction of your camera or recording media, ECT TO THE FOLLOWING TWO etc. ITIONS: IS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE FUL INTERFERENCE, AND Notes on image data compatibility IS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY • This camera conforms with the Design rule for RFERENCE RECEIVED, Camera File system universal standard UDING INTERFERENCE THAT MAY established by the JEITA (Japan Electronics E UNDESIRED OPERATION. and Information Technology Industries CLASS B DIGITAL APPARATUS Association). PLIES WITH CANADIAN ICES-003. • Playback of images recorded with your camera • on other equipment and playback of images recorded or edited with other equipment on your camera are not guaranteed. Precaution on copyright Television programs, films, video tapes, and other materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized recording of such materials may be contrary to the provision of the copyright laws., out the Carl Zeiss lens s camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss s which is capable of reproducing fine ges. The lens for this camera uses the F* measurement system for cameras eloped jointly by Carl Zeiss, in Germany, Sony Corporation, and offers the same lity as other Carl Zeiss lenses. TF is an abbreviation of Modulation ransfer Function, a numeric value dicating the amount of light from a pecific part of the subject gathered at e corresponding position in the image. Do not get the camera wet Trademarks Ab When taking pictures outdoors in the rain or • “Memory Stick,” , “MagicGate Memory Thi under similar conditions, be careful not to get the Stick,” and , are trademarks of Sony len camera wet. If moisture condensation occurs, see Corporation. ima page 113 and follow the instructions on how to • “Memory Stick Duo” and MT remove it before using the camera. are trademarks of Sony Corporation. dev • “MagicGate” and are and Back up recommendation trademarks of Sony Corporation. qua To avoid the potential risk of data loss, always • “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony ∗ M copy (back up) data to a disk. Corporation. • Microsoft and Windows are registered T trademarks of the U.S. Microsoft Corporation in Do not aim the camera at the sun or in the United States and other countries. s other bright light • Macintosh, Mac OS, and QuickTime, are th This may cause irrecoverable damage to your trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple eyes. Or it may cause the malfunction of your Computer, Inc. camera. • Pentium is a trademark or a registered trademark of Intel Corporation. The pictures used in this manual • In addition, system and product names used in The photographs used as examples of pictures in this manual are, in general, trademarks or this manual are reproduced images, and are not registered trademarks of their respective actual images shot using this camera. developers or manufacturers. However, the ™ or ® marks are not used in all cases in this manual., hoosing a focus method...46 Shooting with AF lock...47 ocusing manually ...48 djusting the exposure — EV adjustment ...49 Displaying a histogram ...50 etering mode ...51 hooting with the exposure fixed — AE LOCK...52 hooting three images with the exposure shifted — Exposure Bracket...53 djusting color tones — White Balance ...54 hooting in the dark ...55 NightShot ...56 NightFraming...56 hooting multiple frames — Clip Motion ...57 hooting in Multi Burst mode — Multi Burst...58 hooting three images continuously — Burst ...59 hooting still images in TIFF mode — TIFF...60 hooting still images for e-mail — E-mail ...61 hooting still images with audio files — Voice...61

Table of contents

Before using your camera ... 4 Shooting according to scene conditions C Identifying the parts ... 8 — Scene Selection ... 29 Setting the still image quality ... 31 F

Getting started Image size and quality ... 32 A

Charging the battery pack ... 11 Using an external power source... 14 Viewing still images Using your camera abroad ... 14 Viewing images on the screen of your M Turning on/off your camera ... 15 camera ... 33 S How to use the control button... 15 Viewing images on a TV screen... 35 Setting the date and time... 16 S

Deleting still images Shooting still images Deleting images ... 37

Inserting and removing a Formatting a “Memory Stick” ... 40 A “Memory Stick” ... 18 Setting the still image size ... 19 Before advanced operations S Basic still image shooting (using auto How to setup and operate your camera .. 42 adjustment mode) ... 20 Changing the menu settings ... 42 Checking the last image you shot SChanging the items in the SET UP — Quick Review ... 21 screen ... 42 Shooting images with the finder ... 22 SHow to use the jog dial... 43 Indicators on the screen during shooting ... 22 Advanced still image S Using the zoom feature... 23 shooting Changing the lens orientation ... 24 SShooting with the manual adjustments... 44 Shooting close-ups — Macro ... 24 Shutter speed priority mode ... 44 Using the self-timer ... 25 SAperture priority mode... 45 Selecting a flash mode... 26 Manual exposure mode ... 45 Inserting the date and time on a still S image ... 28, Ad ditional information Us ber of images that can be saved or shooting time...104 u items ...106 UP items ...110 Se autions ...113 Memory Stick” ...114 InfoLITHIUM” battery pack ...115 ifications ...116

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Pro Ch Ch ding special effects Enjoying movies Ad — Picture Effect ...62 ing an external flash...63 Shooting movies ... 75 Num Using the Sony HVL-F1000 Flash ...63 Viewing movies on the screen... 76 Using a commercially available external Deleting movies — Delete... 77 Men flash ...63 Editing movies ... 79 SET lecting a folder...64 Cutting movies... 79 Prec Creating a new folder...64 Deleting unnecessary portions of On “ Changing the recording folder ...65 movies ... 80 On “ Spec dvanced still image viewing Enjoying images on your FIN computer Inde lecting a playback folder ...66 larging a portion of a still image...66 Copying images to your computer Enlarging an image — For Windows users... 81 — Playback zoom...67 Copying images to your computer Recording an enlarged image — For Macintosh users ... 90 — Trimming ...67 Troubleshooting ying back successive images — Slide Show...68 Troubleshooting... 92 tating still images...69 Warnings and messages... 101 Self-diagnosis display ... 103 till image editing tecting images — Protect...70 anging image size — Resize...72 oosing images to print — Print mark ...72, (exposure) button (49) Jog dial (43) Shutter button (20) Manual focus/zoom ring (23, 48) Infrared ray emitter (55) Lens Hologram AF emitter (27, 110) Flash emitter (26) NIGHTSHOT/NIGHTFRAMING switch (55) Speaker Hot shoe (63, 111) AE LOCK button (52) (metering mode) button (51) WHT BAL (white balance) button (54) (one-push white balance) button (54) ZOOM button (23) FOCUS (AUTO/ZOOM / MANUAL) switch (23, 48) A M

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Identifying the parts B C D

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qa2L3qsM4Nqd O, qg qh qj qk 1 q; 2 qa 3 qs 4 qd 5 qf 7 ql 8 w; 9 wa A MENU button (19) P Battery/“Memory Stick” cover B (index) button (34) (18) C DISPLAY button (22) Q Access lamp (18) D Finder adjustment dial (22) R RESET button (92) E Finder (22) S Control button F Jack cover (11) (Menu on) (v/V/b/B/z) (15) G A/V OUT (MONO) jack (35) (Menu off) ( / /7/ ) (21, 24, 26) H DC IN jack (11, 14) T /CHG (charge) lamp (12) I FINDER/LCD switch (22) U LCD screen J Self-timer lamp (25) ACC (accessory) jack • Audio output is monaural.K • Do not touch the built-in microphone L Built-in microphone while recording. M POWER lamp (15) • Use ACC jack to connect an external N POWER switch (15) flash or the remote control tripod. O Battery eject lever (12), (USB) jack (84) Hook for shoulder strap Tripod receptacle Use a tripod with a screw length of less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). You will be unable to firmly secure the camera to tripods having longer screws, and may damage the camera. Attaching the lens cap and the shoulder strap. Lens cap (supplied) Shoulder strap (supplied)

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Getting started Charging the battery pack

k cover DC plug AC power adaptor

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connect the AC-L10A/L10B AC power adaptor (supplied) to the

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cover in the direction of the arrow. Insert the battery pack with the b mark e to turn off your camera when facing toward the battery compartment as Con ng the battery pack (page 15). illustrated. mera operates only with the up. THIUM” NP-FM50 battery pack (M Make sure the battery pack is firmly (supplied) (page 115). inserted all the way, then close the cover. • Do ad • The battery pack is easily inserted by pushing cau the battery eject lever at the front of the battery compartment up., attery remaining indicator he battery remaining indicator on the screen ows the remaining shooting or viewing time. 60min 2560 101 The displayed remaining time may not be correct under certain circumstances or conditions. When you switch the FINDER/LCD switch, it takes about one minute for the correct battery remaining time to appear. harging time pproximate time to charge a completely scharged battery pack using the AC-L10A/ 10B AC power adaptor at a temperature of 25°C 7°F). Battery pack Charging time (min.) NP-FM50 (supplied) Approx. 150 , C leasThe charg charg • Afte AC p cam

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2 To wall outlet (wall socket) Battery eject lever T Power cord sh (mains lead) AC power adaptor • onnect the power cord (mains • ad) to the AC power adaptor Open the battery/“Memory Stick” cover. nd then to a wall outlet (wall Slide the battery eject lever in the direction ocket). of the arrow, and remove the battery pack.

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/CHG lamp (orange) lights up when • Be careful not to drop the battery pack when A ing begins, and goes off when removing it. di ing is completed. L (7 /CHG lamp r charging the battery pack, disconnect the ower adaptor from the DC IN jack of your era., oting movies*4) NP-FM50 (supplied) tinuous shooting Approx. 230 hooting continuously at 160×112 image ize e remaining indicator will decrease in the lowing situations: he surrounding temperature is low he flash is used he camera has been turned ON and OFF any times LCD BACKLIGHT] or [EVF ACKLIGHT] is set to [BRIGHT] he battery power is low he battery capacity decreases as you use it ore and more and as time passes page 115). e number of images is the same whether you the finder or the LCD screen for shooting/ wing images. Getting started

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Normal Image 2560×1 *1) Shoo – [P. – Sh – Th the – Th – Th tim y life and number of Continuous shooting mode*2) Sho s that can be recorded/ NP-FM50 (supplied) d Image size No. of Battery life Con s show the approximate number of images (min.) *4) S d the battery life that can be recorded/ s hen you shoot images in normal mode 2560×1920 Approx. 3000 Approx. 210 ly charged battery pack at a temperature 640×480 Approx. 3000 Approx. 210 77°F). The numbers of images that can • Th ed or viewed take into account changing *2) Shooting in the following situations: fol ed “Memory Stick” as necessary. Note – [P. QUALITY] is set to [STANDARD] – T ctual numbers may be less than – The flash mode is set to (no flash) – T depending on the conditions of use. – Continuous shooting approximately every – T three seconds m – [ ing still images Viewing still images*3) B shooting mode*1) – TNP-FM50 (supplied) T NP-FM50 (supplied) Image size No. of Battery life m size No. of Battery life images (min.) ( images (min.) • Th 2560×1920 Approx. 7000 Approx. 350 920 Approx. 410 Approx. 205 use 640×480 Approx. 7000 Approx. 350 vie ting in the following situations: QUALITY] is set to [FINE] *3) Viewing single images in order at about three ooting one time every 30 seconds second intervals e zoom is switched alternately between W and T ends e flash strobes once every two times e power turns on and off once every ten es.,

Using your camera

abroad ower sources ou can use your camera in any country or rea with the supplied AC power adaptor ithin 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Use a ommercially available AC plug adaptor ], if necessary, depending on the design of e wall outlet (wall socket) [b]. AC-L10A/L10B Do not use an electronic transformer (travel converter), as this may cause a malfunction. p

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ect the plug with the v mark facing • When you have finished using the AC power adaptor, disconnect it from the DC IN jack of the camera. nect the AC power adaptor to an easily • The set is not disconnected from the AC power ssible wall outlet (wall socket) close by. If source (mains) as long as it is connected to the trouble occurs while using the adaptor, wall outlet (wall socket), even if the unit itself ediately shut off the power by has been turned off. onnecting the plug from the wall outlet • To use power from an automobile, use the Sony l socket). Car Battery Adapter (not supplied). ove the battery pack when using an • If you insert or remove the DC plug while you rnal power source. are using the battery, the power may shut off.

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2 To wall outlet (wall socket) Y Jack cover a Power cord (mains lead) w c DC plug [a 1 th 1 AC power adaptor 2 , Open the jack cover and , Connect the power cord (mains connect the AC-L10A/L10B AC lead) to the AC power adaptor •, Getting startedTurning on/off your camera How to use the control button

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ISO MODE hange the current settings of the era, bring up the menu or the SET UP en (page 42), and use the control button The POWER lamp (green) lights up and the ake the changes. each item, press v/V/b/B to select the red value, then press the center z or to make the setting. power is for the f appears Turning Slide the the arrow out, and to m on. When you turn on your camera jack. For irst time, the CLOCK SET screen desi (page 16). b/B off the power POWER switch in the direction of again. The POWER lamp goes the camera turns off. , Slid dire

Auto power-off function

POWER lamp If you do not operate the camera for about three minutes during shooting or viewing or when performing SET UP, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery. The auto power-off function only operates when the camera is operating POWER using a battery pack. The auto power-off switch function also will not operate in the following circumstances. • When viewing movies e the POWER switch in the To c • When playing back a slide show ction of the arrow. cam• When a connector is plugged into the scre (USB) jack or the A/V OUT (MONO), CLOCK SET Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y 2002 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK

AM CANCEL OK Select the desired date display

format with v/V on the control button, then press z. elect from [Y/M/D] (year/month/day), /D/Y] (month/day/year) or [D/M/Y] ay/month/year). If the rechargeable button battery, which provides the power for saving the time data, is ever fully discharged (page 113), the CLOCK SET screen will appear again. When this happens, reset the date and time, by starting from step 3 above.

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, S • You mod . • To c to SE (SET proc etting the date and time Mode dial CLOCK SET Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y 2002 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK

AM CANCEL OK

POWER switch et the mode dial to . , Slide the POWER switch in the , direction of the arrow to turn can also carry out this operation when the on the power. e dial is set to , S, A, M, SCN, or The POWER lamp (green) lights up and the S hange the date and time, set the mode dial CLOCK SET screen appears on the screen. [M T UP, select [CLOCK SET] in UP 2) (page 112), and perform the (d edure from step 3. •, Getting started CLOCK SET Y/M/D M/D/Y D/M/Y 2003 / 7 / 4 10 : 30 OK

PM CANCEL OK Select [OK] with B on the

control button, then press z. date and time are entered and the clock s to keep time. cancel the date and time setting, select ANCEL] with v/V/b/B on the control tton, then press z. , Sel hou to s but The item CLOCK SET Y/M/D CLOCK SET Y/M/D M/D/Y M/D/Y D/M/Y D/M/Y 2002 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK 2003 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK AM AM CANCEL CANCEL OK OK56ect the year, month, day, , Set the numeric value with v/V , r or minute item you want on the control button, then et with b/B on the control press z to enter it. The ton. After entering the number, v/V moves to start to be set is indicated with v/V. the next item. Repeat this step until all of the items are set. • To [C bu • If you selected [D/M/Y] in step 3, set the time on a 24-hour cycle.,

Shooting still images

3 Access lamp

Close the battery/“Memory Stick” cover.

o remove a “Memory Stick” pen the battery/“Memory Stick” cover, en push the “Memory Stick” to pop it out. Whenever the access lamp is lit, the camera is recording or reading an image. Never remove the “Memory Stick” or turn off the power at this time.

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• Push the “Memory Stick” all of the way in so th that it is securely seated in the connector. If the “Memory Stick” is not inserted correctly, you • may not be able to record or display images with the “Memory Stick.”, Shooting still imagesSetting the still image size

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The image size is set.

also carry out this operation when the When the setting is complete, press MENU ial is set to , S, A, M or SCN. so that the menu disappears from the screen. ails on the image quality, see page 32. • The image size selected here is maintained even when the power is turned off. 2560×19 2560 (3 : 2048×15 1280×96 640 × 48 IMAGE SIZ , Set tur

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2) E MODE 2560 2560×1920 2560 (3 : 2) MENU 2560×1920 2048×15362560 (3 : 2) 2048×1536 1280×960 1280×960 640 × 480 640 × 480 MODE IMAGE SIZE MODE the mode dial to and , Select (IMAGE SIZE) with b/ n on the power, then press B on the control button, then

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button halfway down. he beep sounds but the image is not yet corded. When the AE/AF lock indicator hanges from flashing to steadily lit, the amera is ready for shooting. he flash automatically pops up and strobes hen the surroundings are dark. If you release the shutter button, the recording will be canceled. The minimum focal distance to the subject is approximately more than 50 cm (19 3/4 inches) at the W side or 90 cm (35 1/2 inches) at the T side. To shoot even closer subjects, use macro recording mode (page 24).

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, S t Remo • You mod • This fold (pag • Still asic still image shooting (using auto adjustme Mode dial et the mode dial to , and , Hold the camera steadily with , urn on the power. both hands and position the subject in the center of the ve the lens cap. T focus frame. re can also carry out this operation when the Do not cover the lens or flash with yourcedial is set to . c camera can create new folders and select fingers. T ers to be stored in the “Memory Stick” e 64). • The frame appearing on the screen shows the w images are recorded in JPEG format. focus adjustment range. • When the mode dial is set to or , the • shutter speed, exposure and focus are adjusted automatically. The shutter speed is adjusted • between 1/2000 and 1/30 second., Shooting still images Checking the last image you t — Quick Review 60min 640 101 8/8

REVIEW

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Press b (7) on the control

button. The shutter sounds. The image will be To return to the normal shooting mode, s lightly on the shutter button or press b again. elete the image displayed on the en ress MENU to display the menu. elect [DELETE] with B on the control utton, then press z. elect [OK] with v on the control utton, then press z. he image is deleted. recorded • When o pack, if three m camera wearing in the “Memory Stick”. a window. pres • A fast-moving subject. (7) perating the camera using a battery • The subject reflects or has a lustrous you do not operate the camera for about finish, such as a mirror or a luminous To d inutes during recording or playback, the body. scre turns off automatically to prevent • A flashing subject. down the battery (page 15). 1P2Sb3Sb

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60min 640 101 96 When you try to shoot a subject that is difficult to focus on, the AE/AF lock indicator changes to flashing slowly. The Auto Focus function may have difficulty working under the following conditions. In such cases, release the shutter button, then recompose the shot and focus again. • The subject is distant from the camera and dark. ss the shutter button fully , • The contrast between the subject and its n. background is poor. • The subject is seen through glass, such as, Indicators on 60min 640 101 r istogram on (A histogram of the image is isplayed in the lower left corner of the creen (page 50).) 60min 640 101 r dicators off (Only warning messages d manual adjustment items which are set using the jog dial are on.)

Shooting images with the Indicators on the screen

finder during shooting Finder DISPLAY adjustment dial FINDER/ LCD switch

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d s With the FINDER/LCD switch, you can Each time you press DISPLAY, the display choose to shoot either using the finder or the changes in the following order. LCD screen. When you use the finder, the image does not appear on the LCD screen. • For a detailed description of the indicators, see Turn the finder adjustment dial until the page 118. image appears clearly within the finder, • Indicators on the screen are not recorded. then shoot the image. In • For a detailed description of the indicators, see an page 118., ital zoom n zoom exceeds 5×, the image is rged by digital processing. The imum digital zoom magnification is . Digital zooming causes the image ity to deteriorate, so when digital zoom t necessary, set [DIGITAL ZOOM] to F] in the SET UP settings (page 110). The T side of the bar shows the digital zoom zone. W T ring digital zoom, the AF frame does not pear on the screen. gital zoom does not work for movies. Shooting still images

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TO/ZOOM. ring to choose the desired

image size for shooting. tory setting is AUTO/ZOOM. m button can also be used. The zoom Minimum focal distance to the s slowly when the button is pressed and quickly when the button is pressed subject When the zoom is set all the way to • Du oes not work when [CONVERSION the W side: ap is set to [ON] in the SET UP settings Approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 inches) from the lens • Di 10). surface When the zoom is set all the way to the T side: Approx. 90 cm (35 1/2 inches) from the lens surface • The manual focus/zoom ring directions noted above are the factory settings. The ring directions can be changed by [ZOOM RING SETUP] in the SET UP settings (page 111)., 60min 640 101

Set the mode dial to , and

press B ( ) on the control button. he (macro) indicator appears on the reen. If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU first so that the menu disappears. You can also carry out this operation when the mode dial is set to , S, A, M, SCN (other than landscape mode, page 29) or .

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orie You c part u up to nging the lens Shooting close-ups — Macro ntation Lens part an adjust the angle by turning the lens The macro recording mode is used when , pward up to 77 degrees and downward zooming up a small subject, such as flowers 36 degrees. or insects. You can shoot close-ups of subjects up to the distances specified below.

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When the zoom is set all the way to sc the W side: Approx. 2 cm (13/16 inches) from the lens • surface When the zoom is set all the way to • the T side: Approx. 90 cm (35 1/2 inches) from the lens surface, Shooting still images Using the self-timer 60min 640 101 F5 .6

Center the subject in the frame,

and press the shutter button fully down. self-timer lamp (page 9) flashes and a sounds after you press the shutter on until the shutter is released roximately 10 seconds). ancel the self-timer in the middle he operationsV( ) on the control button again. ou press the shutter button while standing in nt of the camera, the focus and the exposure y not be correctly set. , Cen and To retu Press B The 60min 60min 640 640 101 7312ter the subject in the frame, , Turn the mode dial to , and , shoot the image. press V ( ) on the control rn to normal recording mode button. ( ) on the control button again. The (self-timer) indicator appears on the The indicator disappears. screen. beep butt • If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU (app first so that the menu disappears. • You can also carry out this operation when the To c mode dial is set to , S, A, M, SCN or . of t Pres • If y fro ma, o reduce the red-eye henomenon when shooting ve subjects et [RED EYE REDUCTION] to [ON] in e SET UP settings (page 110). dicator appears on the screen, and the ash pre-strobes before shooting to reduce e red-eye phenomenon. m Red-eye reduction may not produce the desired effects depending on individual differences, the distance to the subject, if the subject does not see the pre-strobe, or other conditions.

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, SpbfEach chang No in autom surrou (Fo regard (N cting a flash mode • If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU min T640 101 73 first so that the menu disappears. p • You can also carry out this operation when the mode dial is set to , S, A, M, SCN or li (Clip Motion). S • You can change the brightness of the flash with th [FLASH LEVEL] in the menu settings (page 107). (You cannot change the brightness in of the flash while the mode dial is set to .) fl • When [ISO] is set to [AUTO] in the menu th settings, the recommended shooting distance using the built-in flash is approximately 0.3 m to 4.5 m (11 7/8 inches to 177 1/4 inches). et the mode dial to , and When it is not set to [AUTO], the flash may be ress v ( ) on the control ineffective even if the flash level is changed. utton repeatedly to select a • When using the Auto or (Forced flash) mode, you may notice some noise in the lash mode. image when you look at the screen in a dark place, but this will have no effect on the shot time you press v ( ), the indicator image. es as follows. • While charging the flash, the /CHG lamp flashes. After the charging is complete, the dicator (Auto): The flash lamp goes out. atically pops up and strobes when the • When you press the shutter button halfway down while the flash is strobing, the /CHG ndings are dark (default). lamp turns on. • r • You can mount an external flash on this camera rced flash): The flash strobes (page 63). less of the surrounding brightness. • Attaching a conversion lens (not supplied) may r block the light from the built-in flash or cause o flash): the lens shadow to appear. The flash does not strobe., Shooting still images out Hologram AF logram AF (Auto-Focus)” is an AF cal system that applies laser holograms able you to shoot still images in dark es. The Hologram AF system uses ler radiation than conventional high- htness LEDs or lamps, thus satisfying r Class 1* specifications and taining higher safety for human eyes. logram AF satisfies Class 1 (time base 000 seconds), specified in JIS (Japan), IEC U), and FDA (US) industry standards. mplying with these standards identifies the er product as safe, under the condition that a man can look at the laser light either directly through a lens for 30 000 seconds.

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hologr The holo easily on [HOLOG in the SE is [AUT the holo shutter b focus is ding images with the • If hologram AF light does not reach the subject Ab am AF sufficiently or the subject has no contrast, focus will not be achieved. (A distance up to “Ho gram AF is fill light to focus more approximately 4.5 m (177 1/4 inches) is opti a subject in dark surroundings. Set recommended.) to en RAM AF] (page 110) to [AUTO] • Focus is achieved as long as hologram AF light plac T UP settings. The factory setting reaches the subject, even if the light is slightly gent off the center of the subject. O]. ON appears on the screen and brig• The hologram AF will not emit light when gram AF emits light when the adjusting the focus manually. Lase utton is pressed halfway until the • The hologram AF will not emit light when main locked. [CONVERSION LENS] is set to [ON] in the * Ho SET UP settings (page 110). 30 60min 640 101 • If the hologram AF emitter is dirty, the 74 (E ON hologram AF light may be dimmed and focus Co may not be achieved. In this case, wipe the las hologram AF emitter with a dry cloth. hu • The hologram AF emitter emits very bright or light. Although there are no problems with safety, directly looking into the hologram AF emitter at close range is not recommended, as you may see residual spots for several minutes afterwards, such as after looking into a flashlight. • Do not block the hologram AF emitter during recording. • Attaching an optional filter, wide conversion lens or telephoto conversion lens may interfere with Holographic AF light emission., CAMERA 1 MOVING IMAGE : MPEG MOVIE 2 DATE/TIME : DATE DIGITAL ZOOM : ON RED EYE REDUCTION :OFF HOLOGRAM AF : AUTO CONVERSION LENS : OFF PAGE SELECT

Select the date and time setting

with v/V on the control button, then press z.

AY & TIME: Superimposes the date,

our, and minute onto the image.

ATE: Superimposes the year, month and

ay onto the image.

FF: Does not superimpose the date and

me onto the image. fter the setting has been completed, set the ode dial to , and shoot the image. You can also shoot images with the mode dial set to , S, A, M or SCN. This setting is maintained even when the power is turned off.

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• Whe supe remo • The duri uppe and rting the date and time on a still image CAMERA 1 CAMERA 1 MOVING IMAGE : MPEG MOVIE MOVING IMAGE : DAY&TIME DATE/TIME : OFF 2 DATE/TIME : DATE DIGITAL ZOOM : ON DIGITAL ZOOM : OFF RED EYE REDUCTION : OFF RED EYE REDUCTION : HOLOGRAM AF : AUTO HOLOGRAM AF : CONVERSION LENS : OFF CONVERSION LENS : ELECT OK et the mode dial to SET UP. , Select 1 (CAMERA 1) with v , on the control button, then

ET UP screen appears.

press B. n images are shot with the date and time Select [DATE/TIME] with v/V, D rimposed, the date and time cannot be then press B. ved later. h date and time do not appear on the screen D ng shooting, instead, “ ” appears in the • If you select [DATE], the date is superimposeddrleft corner of the screen. The actual date onto the image in the order selected in “Setting O time appear during playback only. the date and time” (page 16). ti

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Portrait mode

able for shooting portraits. kgrounds blur away, and the subject is pened. Twil When sh night, la listed be images.

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Allows y losing th surround slower, s tripod to • The fla • The hol ight mode Twilight portrait mode Landscape mode ooting night scenes, people at Twilight portrait mode ndscapes or portraits, use the modes Suitable for shooting portraits in dark Suit low to improve the quality of your places. The shutter speed becomes slower, Bac so we recommend that you use a tripod to shar prevent shaking. ilight mode • Allows you to shoot sharp images of people in ou to shoot night scenes without dark places without losing the dark atmosphere e dark atmosphere of the of the surroundings. ings. The shutter speed becomes • The flash strobes regardless of the surrounding brightness. o we recommend that you use a prevent shaking. Landscape mode sh cannot be used in this mode. ogram AF does not emit. Focuses only on a distant subject to shoot landscapes, etc. • You cannot shoot in macro mode. • The flash does not strobe automatically. • The hologram AF does not emit., SCN MODE Select the desired mode with v/V on the control button. he mode is set. hen the setting is complete, press MENU that the menu disappears from the screen. o cancel Scene Selection et the mode dial to a different mode. This setting is maintained even when the power is turned off. , S p The m SCN MODE

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MENU STANDARD ISO P.QUALITY MODE the mode dial to and , Select (P.QUALITY) with b/ n on the power, then press B on the control button, then

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quality with v/V. u appears. The image quality is set. also carry out this operation when the When the setting is complete, press MENU ial is set to S, A, M or SCN. so that the menu disappears from the screen. • You can select the image quality from either [FINE] or [STANDARD]. • The image quality value selected here is maintained even when the power is turned off., saved in a “Memory Stick” TANDARD) mode are shown below. B 64MB 128MB 3) 25 (48) 51 (96) 3) 25 (48) 51 (96) 7) 41 (74) 82 (149) 3) 101 (187) 202 (376) 91) 394 (985) 790 (1975) The image size is the screen size used when For the number of images that can be saved viewing the images on a computer. When the images are viewed on the screen of the camera, they all look the same size. Number of images that can be saved can differ from these values according to shooting conditions. The image size value (e.g., 2560×1920) is the number of pixels displayed. You c functi You c five o Imag 2560× 2048× 1280× 640× * This verti the p an choose image size from among the in other modes, see page 104. ptions in the following tables. • e size Examples 1920 Very fine prints (3:2) 3:2 prints* • 1536 Printing A4 size images 960 Printing postcard size images 480 For images to be attached to e- mail option records images in a horizontal to cal proportion of 3:2 to match the size of rint paper used.

Image size and quality

You can choose image size (number of The number of images** that can be pixels) and image quality (compression The number of images that can be saved in FINE (S ratio) based on the kind of images you want (Units: number of images) to shoot. The larger you make the image size and the higher you make the image Capacity 16MB 32M quality, the better your image, but also the Image size larger the amount of data needed to preserve 2560×1920 6 (11) 12 (2 your image. This means you can save fewer images in your “Memory Stick.” 2560 (3:2) 6 (11) 12 (2 Choose an image size and quality level 2048×1536 10 (18) 20 (3 appropriate for the kind of images you want 1280×960 24 (46) 50 (9 to shoot. 640×480 97 (243) 196 (4 an resize the images later (Resize on, page 72). ** When [REC MODE] is set to [NORMAL] •, Viewing still images

Viewing still images Viewing images on the screen of your Viewing single images

60min 640 101 9/9 01-0009 20037410:30PM BACK/NEXT VOLUME

Set the mode dial to , and

turn on the power. The last image in the selected recording er (page 66) appears on the screen. viewing Single You can displaye Index ( Nine im in separa images. image information items are also displayed. fold (single-image) screen • For a detailed description of the screen view one image at a time, indicators, see page 120. d over the entire screen. • For details on movies, see page 76. nine-image) screen ages are displayed simultaneously te panels on the screen. ca Single screen 60min 101-0009 BACK/NEX You can almost im select th mera (single-image) Index (nine-image) Index (triple-image) screen screen 101 9/9 APERTURE VALUE : F5.6 1 SHUTTER SPEED : 1/30 EXPOSURE VALUE : 0.0 ISO : 100 20037410:30PM 101-0002 20037410:30PM SINGLE DISPLAY MOVE SINGLE DISPLAY T VOLUME • • view images shot with your camera Index (triple-image) screen , mediately on the screen. You can Three images are displayed simultaneously e following three methods for in separate panels on the screen. Various, age or triple-image) APERTURE VALUE : F5.6 SHUTTER SPEED : 1/30 EXPOSURE VALUE : 0.0 ISO : 100 101-0003 20037410:30PM • SINGLE DISPLAY

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he display switches to the Index (triple- age) screen. ress v/V on the control button to display e remaining image information. o display the next (previous) index creen ress b/B on the control button. o return to the single-image screen ress repeatedly, or press z on the ontrol button. , Swb: T B : T • You turn

Viewing an index screen (nine-im

60min 640 101 3/9 101-0003 20037410:30PM BACK/NEXT VOLUME • SINGLE DISPLAY MOVE elect the desired still image , Press once. , ith b/B on the control button. The display switches to the Index (nine- T o display the preceding image image) screen. im o display the next image P To display the next (previous) index th can easily view the next/previous image by screen ing the jog dial. Press v/V/b/B on the control button to T move the yellow frame up/down/left/right. s

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Set the mode dial to , and

turn on the camera. s b/B on the control button to select the red image. hen using your camera abroad, it may be cessary to set [VIDEO OUT] in SET UP ting to match that of your TV system ge 112). A/V connec cable (suppli1A, Co cab jac aud

TV.

If your T the audio connecti • Turn of connec connec ting ed) 2 TV/Video switch/V OUT (MONO) jack 3 nnect the A/V connecting , Turn on the TV and set the TV/ , le to the A/V OUT (MONO) Video switch to “Video”. k of the camera and the Pres io/video input jacks of the • The name and location of this switch may differ depending on your TV. desi • W V has stereo input jacks, connect ne plug (black) of the A/V set ng cable to the left audio jack. (pa f both your camera and the TV before ting the camera and the TV with the A/V ting cable., View If you younaA/V The c of you follow

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Austr Repub Holla Malay Singa Swed Kingd ing images on a TV screen PAL-M system want to view images on a TV screen, Brazil eed a TV with a video input jack and connecting cable (supplied). PAL-N system olor system of the TV must match that Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay r digital still camera. Check the ing lists: SECAM system Bulgaria, France, Guiana, Hungary, Iran, system Iraq, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, etc. a Islands, Bolivia, Canada, Central ica, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, ca, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, am, Taiwan, the Philippines, the ., Venezuela, etc. system alia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech lic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, nd, Hong Kong, Italy, Kuwait, sia, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, pore, Slovak Republic, Spain, en, Switzerland, Thailand, United om, etc., Deleting still images

Deleting still images Deleting images

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DELETE OK EXIT OK Select [OK] with v on the

control button, then press z. MORY STICK ACCESS” appears on creen. When this message disappears, mage has been deleted. ontinue and delete other images lay the image to be deleted with b/B e control button, select [DELETE] and s z. Then, select [OK] with v and s z. ancel deleting ct [EXIT] with V on the control button, press z. 60min 101-000 BACK/N , Set tur

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9 20037410:30PM FOLDER DELETE PROTECT DPOF EXT VOLUME OK23the mode dial to , and , Press MENU and select , n on the camera. [DELETE] with b/B on the ss b/B on the control control button, then press z. “ME ton to select the image you The image has not yet been deleted at this the s nt to delete. point. the i To c Disp on th pres pres To c Sele then, • SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT Select an image you want to delete with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press z. he green indicator appears on the lected image. At this point, the image has ot yet been deleted. Repeat this step for all f the images you want to delete. To cancel a selection, press z again so that the indicator disappears.

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ontrol button, then press z. To delete all the images in the folder se Select [ALL IN FOLDER] with B on the n control button, then press z. Select [OK], o then press z. To cancel deleting, select [EXIT], then press z. •, Deleting still imagesDeleting images in index (triple-image) mode

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[DELETE] with v/V on the control button, then press z. image has not yet been deleted at this t. , Pre wit the “MEMO the scree the imag To can Select [E then pre APERTURE VALUE : F5.6 SHUTTER SPEED : 1/30 EXPOSURE VALUE : 0.0 ISO : 100 101-0002 20037410:30PM DELETE EXIT OK • SINGLE DISPLAY12ss MENU and select [OK] , While an index (triple-image) , h B on the control button, screen (page 34) is displayed, n press z. set the image you want to delete to the center with b/B on RY STICK ACCESS” appears on The n. When this message disappears, the control button. poin es have been deleted. cel deleting XIT] with b on the control button, ss z.,

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MEMORY STICK TOOL FORMAT : OK 2 CREATE REC. FOLDER : CANCEL CHANGE REC. FOLDER :

OK Select (MEMORY STICK TOOL) with v/V on the control

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101-0002 20037410:30PM • OK BACK/NEXT elect [OK] with v on the , Insert the “Memory Stick” you , ontrol button, then press z. want to format into the camera.

Set the mode dial to SET UP,

ORY STICK ACCESS” appears on reen. When this message disappears, and turn on the power. age has been deleted. • The term “formatting” means preparing a ncel deleting “Memory Stick” to record images; this process is also called “initialization.” The “Memory t [CANCEL] with V on the control Stick” provided with this camera, and those , then press z. available commercially, are already formatted, T and can be used immediately. S • When you format a “Memory Stick,” be b aware that all data in the “Memory Stick” will be permanently erased., Deleting still images , Sel con The “FO When th is compl

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ect [OK] with v on the trol button, then press z. RMATTING” message appears. is message disappears, the format ete.,

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ET UP screen Set the mode dial to SET UP.

The SET UP screen appears. CAMERA 1 MOVING IMAGE : MPEG MOVIE 2 DATE/TIME : OFF DIGITAL ZOOM : ON RED EYE REDUCTION :OFF HOLOGRAM AF : AUTO CONVERSION LENS : OFF

SELECT Press v/V/b/B on the control

button to select the item you want to set. The frame of the selected item turns yellow. SET UP 1 LCD BRIGHTNESS : 2 LCD BACKLIGHT : EVF BACKLIGHT : SHUTTER BEEP : ON

OFF OK Press z on the control button

to enter the setting. o turn off the SET UP screen isplay et the mode dial to anything other than ET UP.

Changing the menu settings C How to setup and

operate your camera a Press MENU.

S

The menu appears. a The usage of the menus and SET UP screen items that are most frequently used for “Advanced operations” is described below. 800400

AUTO

Jog dial ISO MODE b Press b/B on the control Mode dial button to select the item you b

MENU

want to set. The selected item turns yellow. 2560×1920 2560 (3 : 2) 2048×1536 1280×960 640 × 480 Control button ISO IMAGE SIZE MODE c Press v/V on the control button to select the desired setting. c The frame of the selected setting turns yellow, and the setting is entered.

T To turn off the menu display d

Press MENU. S

S

, Before advanced operationsHow to use the jog dial a Set the mode dial to , S, A, c Press the jog dial. The value turns yellow. 60min 640 101 0EV F5.6

Turn the jog dial to select the

value you want to set. The displayed value is set. 60min 640 101 0EV F3.5

To set other items, press the

jog dial, then repeat steps 2 to 4.

M, SCN or .

The jog dial is used to change the setting values when shooting with the manual The adjustable values appear on the adjustment modes (shutter speed priority right side of the screen. mode, aperture priority mode, manual 60min 640 101 exposure mode), EV adjustment or 0EV F5.6 choosing the focus mode. 50 Mode dialdbTurn the jog dial to select the item you want to adjust. Move the yellow indication b to select the item. 60min 640 101 0EV F5.6 e Select Set Jog dial,

Advanced still image shooting

hutter speed priority mode his function lets you shoot a fast-moving bject with its motion frozen, or the flow otion of a moving subject. 60min 640 101 60min 640 101 AE 4 AESS40EV 0EV F5.6 F5.6 1000 NR 30" /1000 s (shortest) 30 s (longest)

Set the mode dial to S. Select a shutter speed.

Select a shutter speed with the jog dial (page 43). The shutter speed can be selected from 1/1000 to 30 seconds. If you select a shutter speed of 1/25 second or slower, “NR” is displayed before the shutter speed and the NR slow shutter mode is automatically activated. Shutter speeds of one second or longer are indicated with ["] after the value, such as 1". • You cannot use the NightShot or NightFraming S

Shooting with the functions when the mode dial is set to S, A or

manual adjustments M. T• You cannot make manual adjustments when su shooting movies.

Mode dial: S/A/M m• If the proper exposure is not obtained after

making the settings, the setting value indicators You can manually adjust the shutter speed on the screen may flash when the shutter button and aperture values according to the is pressed halfway down. You can shoot in this purpose of shooting. condition, but we recommend that you adjust 60min 640 101 the flashing values again. 4 Aperture • The auto flash function does not operate. 0EV F5.6 value • You can adjust an exposure value when the Shutter speed mode dial is set to S or A (page 49). 1 value Mode dial a Jog dial b Mode dial Description S Shutter speed priority mode. Other settings are automatically adjusted to attain correct exposure according to the brightness of the subject. A Aperture priority mode. Other settings are automatically adjusted to attain correct exposure according to the • brightness of the subject. M Mode for manually adjusting both the shutter speed and aperture values to achieve the desired shooting condition., Advanced still image shootingAperture priority mode Manual exposure mode can manually adjust the shutter speed aperture values to achieve the desired ting condition according to your ose. 60min 640 101 0EV F5.6 difference between the set value and ppropriate exposure determined by the era is displayed on the screen as the EV e (page 49). 0EV indicates that the t suitable value has been set by the era.

Set the mode dial to M. Select the shutter speed value

indication. Select the shutter speed value indication with the jog dial (page 43).

Select the aperture value

indication. Select the aperture value indication with the jog dial (page 43).

NR slow shutter

The NR slow shutter function removes This function lets you change the focus You noise from recorded images to provide depth to bring both the subject and and clean, crisp images. Using a tripod is background into focus or to shoot a subject shoo recommended to prevent shaking. with a fuzzy background. purp Press the shutter button fully down. 60min 640 101 60min 640 101 AE 4 AEAA4r0EV 0EV Exposure is performed for the set F5.6 F5.6160 13 shutter speed time, the screen turns black, and “CAPTURING” is displayed. Aperture value F2 Aperture value F8 r (minimum) (maximum) Processing is performed to reduce The noise for the set shutter speed time, and a Set the mode dial to A. the a “PROCESSING” is displayed. cam The shutter sounds at this time. b Select an aperture value. valu r Select an aperture value with the jog mos When “PROCESSING” disappears, dial (page 43). The aperture value can cam the image is recorded. be selected from F2 to F8. a • The range of values that can be selected varies, b depending on the zoom position. • The shutter speed is automatically adjusted from 1/1000 to 8 seconds. When you set an aperture value or F5.6 or more, the values start from 1/2000 second. c, Set the mode dial to , S, A, M, SCN or . Set FOCUS switch to AUTO/ ZOOM. Select the desired AF range. Select the AF range with the jog dial (page 43). You can select the AF range from Multipoint AF, Center, Left, Right, Bottom and Top. 60min 640 101 When you press the shutter button halfway down, the color of the AF range finder frame changes from white to green when focus is achieved.

Multipoint AF a Choosing a focus When you use Multipoint AF, the camera

method calculates the distance in three places to the left and right and in the center of the image, b Mode dial: /S/A/M/SCN/ letting you shoot using the auto focus function without worrying about the image

Focus range select function ccomposition. This is useful when it is

You can select from six AF ranges: difficult to focus on the subject because it is Multipoint AF, Center, Left, Right, Bottom not in the center of the frame. and Top. The Multipoint AF is the factory setting. When you select the Center, Left, Right, 60min 640 101 Bottom and Top modes, the focus is 4 adjusted automatically to the desired point within the AF range finder by AF operation. 60min 640 101 Jog dial Mode dial Shutter FOCUS switch, Advanced still image shooting• When you use digital zoom or the hologram Shooting with AF lock a Set the mode dial to , S, A,

M, SCN or (Clip Motion/ Multi Burst). Set FOCUS switch to AUTO/ ZOOM. Compose the shot so that the

subject is centered in the AF range finder frame, then press and hold the shutter button halfway down. The camera focuses on the subject. When the AE/AF lock indicator changes from flashing to lighted up and there is a beeping sound, the focus adjustment is completed. 60min 640 101 0EV F5.6 AF range finder AE/AF lock indicator AF, AF operates with priority on subjects in or near the center of the frame. In this case, the AF When it is difficult to focus because the range finder frame is not displayed. subject is not in the center of the frame, you • When you select Multipoint AF in step 3, the can focus using the Focus range select automatically adjusted AF range finder frame b appears in green when focus is achieved. function. For example, when shooting two human subjects with a gap between them, 60min 640 101 4 the camera may focus on the background c visible through the gap. In these cases, use AF lock to ensure the subjects are in correct focus. • AF lock lets you capture an image with the correct focus even if the subject is at the edge of 60min 640 101 the frame.,

If [EXPANDED FOCUS] in the SET

UP settings is set to [ON], the image is zoomed to 2×* when recording still images. When a sharp focus is achieved, the image returns to normal and the 9 (manual focus) indicator changes from yellow to white. When recording a movie (MPEG MOVIE), or [EXPANDED FOCUS] is set to [OFF], the image is not zoomed. You can adjust the focus distance from 2 cm (13/16 inches) to ∞ (infinite). * When using digital zoom, the image is zoomed 1× to 2×, depending on the digital zoom magnification. o reactivate auto focusing et FOCUS switch to AUTO/ZOOM. The focus mode indicator is approximate, and should be used as a reference. The focus distance value does not appear when NightShot is set and [CONVERSION LENS] is set to [ON] in the SET UP settings. When the 9 indicator flashes, the focus distance has reached 2 cm (13/16 inches) or ∞. You cannot focus manually when using the NightFraming function. You cannot record images in macro when focusing manually. When you use the zoom function, use the ZOOM button (page 23). d Return to the fully composed shot, and press the shutter Focusing manually button fully down. Mode dial: /S/A/M/SCN/ The image will be recorded with the proper focus for the subjects. Normally the focus is automatically adjusted. This function is useful when the 60min 640 101 auto focus does not work well, such as in dark places. F5.6 Jog dial Mode dial • You can carry out the AF lock adjustment process any number of times before you press the shutter button fully down.

T S

FOCUS switch Manual focus/zoom ring • • a Set the mode dial to , S, A,

M, SCN or .

b Set FOCUS switch to MANUAL. • The 9 (manual focus) indicator appears on the screen. • c Turn the manual focus/zoom • ring to achieve a sharp focus. The focus mode indicator is displayed., Advanced still image shootinga Set the mode dial to , S, A, hooting techniques ormally, the camera automatically adjusts e exposure. If the image is too dark or too ight as shown below, we recommend that u adjust the exposure manually. When ooting a back-lit subject or a subject ainst a white (e.g. snowy) background, just the exposure toward the + side. When ooting a brightly lit subject (e.g. spotlight) ainst a dark background, adjust the posure toward the – side. Underexposed t Adjust toward + Appropriate exposure Overexposed t Adjust toward –

Adjusting the SSCN or . N

exposure b Press . th br — EV adjustment c Select the desired exposure yo sh

Mode dial: /S/A/SCN/ value with the jog dial. ag

This lets you adjust the exposure value Adjust the exposure value while ad which is set by automatic adjustment. You checking the brightness of the sh can select values ranging from +2.0EV to background. ag ex –2.0EV in steps of 1/3EV. 60min 640 101 +1.0EV Mode dial Jog dial

To reactivate auto exposure

Return the exposure adjustment value to 0EV. • If a subject is being shot in extremely bright or dark conditions, or the flash is used, the * exposure adjustment may not be effective., appears in the following cases: – When recording in the digital zoom range – During recording or playback in [2560 (3:2)] size – When rotating a still image The histogram before recording represents the histogram of the image displayed on the screen at the that time. A difference occurs in the histogram before and after you press the shutter button. When this happens, check the histogram while playing back a single-image or during Quick Review. In particular a large difference appears in the following cases: – When the flash strobes – When using the NightFraming function – When [P. EFFECT] is set to [SOLARIZE] – During slow shutter or high-speed shutter The histogram may not appear for images recorded using other cameras.

Displaying a histogram •

60min 640 101 A histogram is a graph showing the 4 0EV brightness of the pixels contained in an image. The horizontal axis shows the • brightness, and the vertical axis shows the number of pixels. Displaying a histogram during recording or playback lets you Adjusting the exposure to the + side shifts determine the proper exposure. the histogram to the right side. 60min 640 101 60min 640 101 4 0EV 0EV Dark Bright Adjusting the exposure to the – side shifts a Set the mode dial to , S, A the histogram to the left side. • or SCN. • The histogram also appears when the mode dial b Press DISPLAY to display the is set to or M, but you cannot adjust the exposure. histogram. • The histogram also appears when you press DISPLAY while playing back a single image c Adjust the exposure based on (page 33) or during Quick Review (page 21). the histogram. • The histogram does not appear in the following cases: – When the mode dial is set to SET UP or

MOVIE

– When the menu is displayed – During Quick Review of an image recorded in Exposure Bracket mode – When using playback zoom, Advanced still image shootingSpot metering ( ) a Set the mode dial to , S, A,

M, SCN or . Press repeatedly to select

the desired setting. Each time you press , the metering mode changes as follows: Multi-pattern metering (no indicator) Center-weighted metering ( ) Spot metering ( )

Shoot the image.

Press and hold the shutter button halfway down, wait until the camera completes the automatic adjustments, then press the shutter button fully down to record the image.

Metering mode Light is measured only for the specific

region where the subject is located. This lets

Mode dial: /S/A/M/SCN/ b

you adjust the exposure to the subject even This function enables you to select the when the subject is backlit or there is strong metering mode to suit the shooting contrast between the subject and the conditions and purpose. background. Position the spot metering cross hair on one Multi-pattern metering (No indicator) point of the subject you want to shoot. The image is divided into multiple regions and metering is performed for each region. • To focus on the same spot as used for metering, The camera judges the subject position and we recommend using the Focus range select background brightness, and determines a function (Center) (page 46). well-balanced exposure. • You cannot set the metering mode when using the NightShot and NightFraming functions. The camera is set to multi-pattern metering c as the factory setting. 60min 640 101 Center-weighted metering ( ) Spot metering Metering is performed with priority given cross hair to the center of the image. The camera determines the exposure based on the brightness of a subject near the center according to the shooting aim. Shutter Mode dial, o release AE LOCK arry out one of the followings: Press AE LOCK again after step 2. Release your finger from the shutter button after step 3. Press down the shutter button in step 4.

T Shooting with the Shutter C

exposure fixed Mode dial • • — AE LOCK Mode dial: /S/A/SCN/ • Once you press AE LOCK, the exposure is fixed. This function lets you measure the desired portion of the image using the spot AE LOCK metering function, fix that exposure value by pressing AE LOCK, and then recompose a Set the mode dial to , S, A, the picture. SCN or . Portion of the image used to determine the exposure b Focus on a portion of the image that has the desired Fix the exposure. exposure value, then press AE LOCK. The exposure is fixed and the AE-L indicator appears. 60min 640 101 Shoot the subject. c Target the subject you want to shoot and press and hold the shutter button halfway down. The focus is automatically adjusted. d Press the shutter button fully 52 down., Advanced still image shooting a Set the mode dial to SET UP. The SET UP screen appears. Select 2 (CAMERA 2) with v/V and [BRACKET STEP] with B/v/V, then press B. Select the desired bracket step value with v/V, then press z. ±1.0EV: Shifts the exposure value by plus or minus 1.0EV. ±0.7EV: Shifts the exposure value by plus or minus 0.7EV. ±0.3EV: Shifts the exposure value by plus or minus 0.3EV. Set the mode dial to , , S, A, M or SCN. Press MENU. The menu appears. Select [MODE] (REC MODE) with b/B, then select [EXP BRKTG] with v/V. Shoot the image.

Shooting three

images with the b exposure shifted — Exposure Bracket Mode dial: / /S/A/M/SCN c The camera records three images in succession, each with the exposure value shifted. The exposure compensation value can be set between ±1.0EV from the appropriate exposure value in 1/3EV steps. Mode dial d

MENU

ShutterefControl button g, (Incandescent) Places where the lighting conditions change quickly Under bright lighting such as photography studios Mode dial WHT BAL

Set the mode dial to , S, A, M, SCN or . Press WHT BAL repeatedly to

select the desired setting.

To return to normal mode

Select [NORMAL] in step 6. Adjusting color tones • • You cannot use the flash in this mode. — White Balance • • During shooting in this mode, the images are Mode dial: /S/A/M/SCN/ not displayed on the screen. Compose the image before pressing the shutter button. Normally, when recording with automatic • The focus and white balance are adjusted for adjustments, the white balance is the first image, and these settings are also used automatically set to AUTO and the overall for the other images. • When the exposure is manually adjusted, the color balance is adjusted according to the adjusted value is used for the center value. shooting conditions. However, when you • The recording interval is approximately shoot under fixed conditions or special 0.5 second. lighting conditions, you can manually • You cannot select a shutter speed of adjust the white balance. 1/25 second or slower. AUTO (no display) Adjusts the white balance automatically a (ONE PUSH) For adjusting the white balance depending b on the light source (Daylight) Shooting outdoors, or shooting a sunrise/ sunset, night scene, neon signs, or fireworks (Cloudy) Shooting under a cloudy sky (Fluorescent) Shooting under fluorescent lighting, Advanced still image shootingTo shoot in one-push white • You cannot adjust the white balance when ooting in the dark de dial: / / NIGHTSHOT/ NIGHTFRAMING switch Shutter ared ray itter ters (not supplied) may block the infrared . e recommended recording distance for the ghtShot or NightFraming function is from prox. 0.3 m to 4.5 m (11 7/8 inches to 7 1/4 inches). u cannot use the NightShot or NightFraming ction when [CONVERSION LENS] is set to N] in the SET UP settings (page 110). balance mode using the NightShot and NightFraming Sh functions. 1 Shoot a white object such as a piece of paper filling the screen under the same Mo lighting conditions as you will shoot the Shooting techniques subject. The image is affected by the lighting 2 Press . conditions. For example, the entire image appears blue under sunlight in the summer, The indicator flashes quickly. and white items gain a reddish tint under When the white balance has been incandescent light bulbs, etc. The human eye adjusted and stored in the memory, the can resolve these problems, but digital still indicator stops flashing. cameras cannot recognize the correct colors Do not move the camera while the without adjustments. Normally, the camera makes these adjustments automatically, but Infr indicator is flashing. emif recorded image colors appear unnatural, we recommend that you adjust the white

To reactivate auto adjustment balance.

Select [AUTO] in step 2. • Fil ray • Under fluorescent lights that flicker, the white • Th balance adjustment function may not work Ni correctly even though you select ap (fluorescent). 17 • When the flash strobes, the manual setting is • Yo canceled, and the image is recorded in [AUTO] fun mode. [O • The indicator means: Slow flashing: The white balance is not set or was not able to be set. Quick flashing: The white balance is being adjusted (after you press ). Lit steady: The white balance has been set. • If the indicator keeps flashing even when you press , record in automatic white balance mode. • When you select the one-push white balance mode, the screen momentarily turns blue., ightFraming he NightFraming function enables you to heck a subject even at night and then cord with natural colors using the flash.

Set the mode dial to , or

(Clip Motion).

Set NIGHTSHOT/ NIGHTFRAMING switch to NIGHTFRAMING.

The and “NIGHT FRAMING” indicators light. The “NIGHT FRAMING” indicator turns off after about 5 seconds. 640 101 “NIGHT FRAMING”

Press and hold the shutter

button halfway down. The hologram AF light (page 27) is emitted and the focus is automatically adjusted.

Press the shutter button fully

down. The shutter sounds, the flash strobes and the image is recorded.

NightShot • While using the NightShot function, you cannot N

use the following functions: The NightShot function lets you shoot – White balance T subjects in dark places such as camp scenes – Switching the metering mode c at night or nocturnal plants and animals. – AE LOCK re – Shooting with hologram AF a Set the mode dial to , or – Shooting with the flash a . • Do not use the NightShot function in bright places (e.g. outdoors in the daytime). This may b Set NIGHTSHOT/ cause your camera to malfunction. b • Images do not appear with the correct colors

NIGHTFRAMING switch to while shooting with the NightShot function. NIGHTSHOT. • If focusing is difficult with the auto focus mode

when using the NightShot function, adjust The and “NIGHT SHOT” focus manually (page 48). The focus distance indicators light. The “NIGHT SHOT” value does not appear. indicator turns off after 5 seconds. • If you press an invalid key while using the NightShot function, the indicator flashes, 640 101 and the “NIGHT SHOT” indicator lights for about 5 seconds. “NIGHT SHOT” c Shoot the image. c

To cancel the NightShot function

Set NIGHTSHOT/NIGHTFRAMING to z. d, Advanced still image shootingTo cancel the NightFraming Before operation [MOVING IMAGE] to [CLIP TION] in the SET UP settings (pages 42 110). Mode dial

MENU

Shutter Control button

Set the mode dial to . Press MENU.

The menu appears.

Select (IMAGE SIZE) with

b, then select the desired mode with v/V. function Shooting multiple Set

Set NIGHTSHOT/NIGHTFRAMING frames MO

switch to z. and — Clip Motion • While using the NightFraming function, you Mode dial: cannot use the following functions: – White balance You can shoot a number of consecutive still – Switching the metering mode images (GIF animation). The GIF format – AE LOCK has a small file size, making it convenient – Manual focus • for creating home pages or attaching images When you press the shutter button halfway down you will hear a sound, but this is not the to e-mail. sound of the shutter releasing. The image is not recorded yet. • Due to the limitations of the GIF format, the • The flash does not function when recording in number of colors for Clip Motion images is BURST 3 and in EXP BRKTG modes. reduced to 256 colors or less. Therefore, the • If you perform any other invalid operation image quality may deteriorate for some images. while using the NightFraming function, the a indicator flashes and the “NIGHT NORMAL (160×120) FRAMING” indicator lights for about Clip Motion of up to 10 frames can beb5seconds. recorded. This is suitable for use on home pages, etc. c MOBILE (120×108) Clip Motion of up to 2 frames can be recorded. This is suitable for use with portable data terminals. • The file size is reduced in MOBILE mode, so the image quality deteriorates. • For the number of images you can record in Clip Motion mode, see page 104., hooting in Multi urst mode

Multi Burst

ode dial: his mode records 16 frames in succession ach time you press the shutter button. This convenient for checking your form in orts, for example. efore operation et [MOVING IMAGE] to [MULTI URST] in the SET UP settings (pages 42 nd 110). d Shoot the image for the first To delete some or all of the frame. frame images while makingaS60min Clip Motion recording160 101 B 1/10 1 Press b (7) in step 4 or 5. The frame images you shot are played — MAKING “CLIP MOTION” back in turn and stop at the last image. M 2 Press MENU, and select [DELETE T LAST], or [DELETE ALL] with b/B, e e Shoot the image for the next then press z. is frame. 3 Select [OK] with v, then press z. When sp Press the shutter button to shoot the [DELETE LAST] is selected in step 2, next frame, then repeat this operation each time you repeat steps 1 through 3, until you have shot the desired number the last frame you shot is deleted. of frames. f Press z. • Before carrying out step 6, the images are saved temporarily in the camera memory. These All the frame images are recorded on images are not recorded on the “Memory Stick” the “Memory Stick”. yet. • The date and time are not superimposed onto Clip Motion images. B • When viewing an image recorded in Clip S Motion on the index screen, the image may B appear different from the actual image. a • GIF files not created on this camera may not be displayed correctly., Advanced still image shootingd Shoot the image. ooting three ages continuously urst de dial: / /S/A/M/SCN mode is used for continuous shooting. time you press the shutter button in mode, the camera records three images ccession. Mode dial

MENU

Shutter Control button Mode dial MENU The 16 frames are recorded as a single Sh Shutter image (image size: 1280×960). im

To delete recorded images — B

When using this mode, you cannot delete Mo only selected images within the Multi Burst sequence. When you delete images, all 16 This images are deleted at the same time. Each this Control button 1 Set the mode dial to . in su 2 Press MENU and select [DELETE] from a Set the mode dial to . the menu, then press z. 3 Select [OK], and press z. b Press MENU. All of the images are deleted. The menu appears. c Select (INTERVAL) with , • You cannot use the flash in this mode.b • When you play back images recorded with this then select the desired frame camera in Multi Burst mode, the 16 frames will interval with v/V. be played back in order at a fixed interval. • When the images are played back on a You can choose the frame interval computer, all 16 frames will be displayed at the from the menu settings (page 108). same time as part of one image. • When Multi Burst images are played back on a 1/30" camera without the Multi Burst feature, all 16 frames will be displayed at the same time as 1/7.5 part of one image, just as they are on a 1/15 1/30 computer. INTERVAL PFX • Date and time cannot be superimposed onto images. • For the number of images that can be recorded in Multi Burst mode, see page 105., Select [MODE] (REC MODE) with b/B, then select [TIFF] with V. Shoot the image. When the “RECORDING” indication disappears, you can shoot the next image. o return to normal mode elect [NORMAL] in step 3. JPEG images are recorded in the image size selected by the (IMAGE SIZE) menu (page 19). TIFF images are recorded in [2560×1920] size except when [2560 (3:2)] is selected. Writing data takes more time than in normal recording mode. For the number of images you can record in TIFF mode, see page 104. a Set the mode dial to , , c S, A, M or SCN. Shooting still images in TIFF mode b Press MENU. The menu appears. — TIFFdcSelect [MODE] (REC MODE) Mode dial: / /S/A/M/SCN with b/B, then select This mode records an image without [BURST 3] with v/V. compression, so the image quality does not Shoot the image. deteriorate. Images recorded in this modedTare suitable for printing with a high-quality When the “RECORDING” indication Simage. A JPEG (compressed) format image disappears, you can shoot the next is also recorded at the same time. image. • Mode dial

To return to normal mode MENU

Select [NORMAL] in step 3. Shutter • • You cannot use the flash in this mode. • During shooting in this mode, the images are • not displayed on the screen. Compose the image before pressing the shutter button. • The recording interval is approximately 0.5 second. • You cannot select a shutter speed of Control button 1/25 second or slower. a Set the mode dial to , , S, A, M or SCN. b Press MENU. The menu appears., Advanced still image shootingc Select [MODE] (REC MODE) ooting still images th audio files oice de dial: / /S/A/M/SCN oice mode, an audio track is also rded at the same time as recording a al still image. Mode dial

MENU

Shutter Control button Set the mode dial to , , S, A, M or SCN. Press MENU. The menu appears. Select [MODE] (REC MODE) with b/B, then select [VOICE] with v/V.

Shooting still images with b/B, then select [E-MAIL] Sh

for e-mail with v/V. wi — E-mail d Shoot the image. — V Mode dial: / /S/A/M/SCN When the “RECORDING” indication Mo disappears, you can shoot the next In E-mail mode, a small-size image image. In V (320×240) that is suitable for e-mail reco transmission is also recorded at the same To return to normal mode norm time as recording a normal still image. (See Select [NORMAL] in step 3. page 19 for the normal still image sizes.) • For instructions on how to attach images to an Mode dial e-mail message, consult the User’s Manual for MENU your e-mail software. Shutter • For the number of images you can record in E-mail mode, see page 104. Control buttonaaSet the mode dial to , , b S, A, M or SCN. b Press MENU. c The menu appears., Mode dial

MENU

Control button

Set the mode dial to , S, A, M, SCN or . Press MENU.

The menu appears.

Select [PFX] (P. EFFECT) with

b/B, then select the desired mode with v/V. o cancel Picture Effects elect [OFF] in step 3. d Shoot the image. When the “RECORDING” indication Adding special effects disappears, you can shoot the next image. — Picture Effect If you press and release the Mode dial: /S/A/M/SCN/ shutter button, sound is recorded for five seconds. You can digitally process images to obtain If you hold down the shutter special effects. button, sound is recorded until you

SOLARIZE

release the shutter button for up to The light contrast is 40 seconds. clearer and the picture looks like an

To return to normal mode illustration.

Select [NORMAL] in step 3. a • To view images recorded in Voice mode, see page 76. SEPIA The picture is sepia- • For the number of images you can record in btoned like an old Voice mode, see page 104. photograph. c NEG.ART The color and T brightness of the picture are reversed S as in a negative., Advanced still image shootingUsing the Sony HVL-F1000 Using a commercially ilable external flash can mount a commercially available rnal flash that supports hot shoe.

Mount the external flash to the

hot shoe.

Set the mode dial to SET UP. Select 2 (CAMERA 2) with

v/V, [HOT SHOE] with B/v/V, [ON] with B/v, then press z.

Turn on the external flash.

For details, please consult the operating instructions supplied with your flash.

Set the mode dial to M or A.

The flash also strobes when the mode dial is set to , , S, SCN or (Clip Motion), but we recommend recording with the mode dial set to M or A.

Shoot the image. Using an external Flash ava

flash You can mount the Sony HVL-F1000 flash You

Mode dial: / /S/A/M/SCN/ on the hot shoe of your camera. Using the exte

HVL-F1000 will allow you to shoot more a • The flash does not strobe when shooting in vivid flash pictures than when using an Burst, Exposure Bracket, Twilight, MPEG ordinary external flash. Movie or Multi Burst mode. b • When an external flash is mounted, the weight a Mount the HVL-F1000 external prevents the lens portion from locking. We flash on the hot shoe. c recommend supporting the lens portion with your left hand or using a tripod for recording. b Plug the flash into the ACC • You cannot have an external flash and the built- jack. in flash strobe at the same time. c Turn on the HVL-F1000. d Hot shoe Mode dial d Set the mode dial to , , Shutter S, A, M, SCN or (Clip ACC jack Motion). e e Shoot the image. The built-in flash does not strobe. • When using a Sony optional external flash, set [HOT SHOE] to [OFF] in the SET UP settings. Control button f, reating a new folder

Set the mode dial to SET UP. Select (MEMORY STICK TOOL) with v/V, then select

[CREATE REC. FOLDER] with

B/v/V.

MEMORY STICK TOOL FORMAT: OK CREATE REC. FOLDER: OK CHANGE REC. FOLDER: 101 PAGE SELECT

Select [OK] with B/v, then

press z. 60min CREATE REC. FOLDER CREATING REC. FOLDER 102MSDCF READY?

OK

OK CANCEL

Select [OK] with v, then press

z.

A new folder is created with a number

one higher than the last created folder. • Set the most appropriate aperture value C according to the guide number of the flash used Selecting a folder and the distance to the subject. a • The flash guide number varies according to the Mode dial: SET UP ISO sensitivity (page 107) of the camera, so be b sure to check the ISO number. Your camera can create multiple folders • Note that the camera may not function properly within a “Memory Stick.” or may malfunction when using a flash Creating multiple folders makes it easy to manufactured by another company for a specific camera (generally a flash with multiple find images during playback. contact points on the hot shoe), a high-voltage The “101MSDCF” folder is set as the type flash, or a flash accessory. recording folder at the factory. You can • If you record with [HOT SHOE] set to [OFF] in create folders up to “999MSDCF”. the SET UP settings, the built-in flash may rise up. If this happens, return the built-in flash to • Up to 4000 images can be stored in one folder. its original position. Depending on the type of When the folder capacity is exceeded, a new external flash used, you may have to remove folder is automatically created. the external flash before returning the built-in • Once you create a folder, it cannot be deleted. flash to its original position. c Mode dial

MENU

Shutter d Control button, Advanced still image shootingTo cancel folder creation Changing the recording To cancel changing the ording folder ct [CANCEL] in steps 3 or 4. ages recorded using a camera without the der creation function are stored in the 00MSDCF” folder. You cannot select 00MSDCF” as the recording folder with this era.

Select [CANCEL] in steps 3 or 4. folder rec

• a Set the mode dial to SET UP.

Sele

Shooting images are recorded in the newly created folder until a different folder is created b Select (MEMORY STICK • Im or selected.

TOOL) with v/V, then select fol

“1 [CHANGE REC. FOLDER] with “1

B/V. cam

MEMORY STICK TOOL FORMAT: OK CREATE REC. FOLDER: OK CHANGE REC. FOLDER: 101 PAGE SELECT c Select [OK] with B/v, then press z.

The recording folder selection screen

appears. SELECT REC. FOLDER 3/3 FOLDER NAME: 103MSDCF NO. OF FILES: 3 CREATED: 20037410:30:00PM

OK

OK BACK/NEXT CANCEL d Select the desired folder with b/B, and [OK] with v, then press z., Advanced still image viewing nlarging a portion of still image ode dial: ou can enlarge a part of an image up to ve times the original size. You can also cord the magnified image as a new file. Mode dial Zoom button Control button d Display the folder to be played

Selecting a playback back with b/B. E

folder a SELECT FOLDER 3/3 Mode dial: FOLDER NAME: 103MSDCF M NO. OF FILES: 3 CREATED: 200374You can set the playback folder. 10:30:00PM Y Mode dial OK fiOK BACK/NEXT CANCEL MENU re e Select [OK] with v, then press z.

To cancel playback folder

selection Select [CANCEL] in step e. Control button When a “Memory Stick” contains multiple folders a Set the mode dial to . The following marks appear on the first and last images in a folder (page 120). b Press MENU. : You can move to the previous folder. The menu appears. : You can move to the next folder. c Select [FOLDER] with b on the : You can move to both the previous and control button, then press the the next folders. center z. • You can also select the playback folder at the index (nine-image or triple-image) screen. • You can also select the playback folder using [CHANGE REC. FOLDER] in the SET UP settings (page 65)., Advanced still image viewingEnlarging an image e Adjust the image size with the Recording an enlarged ge — Trimming

Press MENU after playback

zoom.

Select [TRIMMING] with B,

then press z.

Select the image size with v/V,

then press z. The recording folder appears at the upper right of the screen. The image is recorded, and the image on the screen returns to the normal size after recording. e trimmed image is recorded as the newest in the selected recording folder, and the ginal image is retained. e quality of trimmed images may deteriorate. u cannot trim to an image size of 3:2. u cannot trim uncompressed (TIFF) images. u cannot trim images displayed with Quick view. — Playback zoom ZOOM W/T button. ima a Set the mode dial to . a b Display the image to be x2.0 enlarged. b c Press the zoom T button to zoom in on the image. c • RETURN MOVE d Select the desired portion of the image with v/V/b/B.

To cancel playback zoom

Press v Press z. • You cannot use playback zoom for movies x1.3 (MPEG MOVIE), Clip Motion images and Press Press Multi Burst images. • ThbB• You can enlarge the images displayed with the file Quick Review function (page 21) by ori performing steps c to e. • Th • You cannot enlarge images with the manual • Yo • RETURN MOVE focus/zoom ring. • Yo Press V • Yo Re v: To view more of the top of the image V: To view more of the bottom of the image b: To view more of the left side of the image B: To view more of the right side of the image, o cancel the slide show setting elect [CANCEL] in step 3. o stop slide show playback ress z, select [EXIT] with B, then press again. o skip to the next/previous age during the slide show ress B (next) or b (previous). If OLDER] is selected in [IMAGE], only e images in the folder can be selected. The interval setting time may vary depending on the image size. c Select [SLIDE] with b/B, then T

Playing back press z. S

successive images Set the following items with v/V/b/B.

T

— Slide Show INTERVALP3sec/5 sec/10 sec/30 sec/1 min Mode dial: z

IMAGE

You can play back recorded images in FOLDER: order. This function is useful for checking TPlays back images in the your images or for presentations, etc. imselected folder.

P

ALL: Plays back all images stored in Mode dial [Fthe “Memory Stick.” MENU th

REPEAT

ON: Plays back images in a • continuous loop. OFF: After all the images have been played back, the slide show ends. d Select [START] with V/B, then press z. Control button The slide show begins. a Set the mode dial to . b Press MENU. The menu appears., Advanced still image viewing a Set the mode dial to , and

Rotating still images display the image to rotate. Mode dial: b Press MENU.

You can rotate an image recorded in portrait The menu appears. orientation and display it in landscape c Select [ROTATE] with b/B, orientation. The rotated image is written then press z. over the original image. d Select with v/V, then rotate the image with b/B. e Select [OK] with v/V, then press z. The rotated image is written over the original image.

To cancel rotation

Select [CANCEL] in step 4, then press z. • You cannot rotate protected images and images recorded as movies (MPEG MOVIE), Clip Motion and Multi Burst images. Mode dial • You may not be able to rotate images shot with MENU other cameras. • When viewing images on a computer, the image rotation information may not be reflected depending on the application software. Control button, Still image editing index (nine-image) mode Set the mode dial to , then press to display the index (nine-image) screen. Press MENU. The menu appears. Select [PROTECT] with b/B, then press z. Select [SELECT] with b/B, then press z. Select the image you want to protect with v/V/b/B, then press z. The green - indicator appears on the selected image. • SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT Repeat step 5 to protect other images.

In single-image mode In Protecting images

a Set the mode dial to . a — Protect b Display the image you want to Mode dial: protect with b/B. This function protects images againstbcPress MENU. accidental erasure. Note that when you format a “Memory Stick” (page 40), all the The menu appears. images recorded on that “Memory Stick” cd Select [PROTECT] with b/B, will be deleted even if they are protected. then press z. The displayed image is protected. The d Mode dial - (protect) indicator appears on the MENU image. 60min e640 101 9/9

PROTECT EXIT

OK BACK/NEXT e To continue and protect other Control button images, select the desired image with b/B and select [PROTECT] with v, then press z. f

To cancel the protection

Press z again in step 4 or 5. The - indicator disappears., Still image editingg Press MENU. In index (triple-image) mode To cancel previously set tection ct the image to be unprotected, andszin step 4. To cancel protection of mages, repeat this process for each e. The menu appears. pro a Set the mode dial to , then Select [OK] with , then press Seleh B press twice to display the pres z. index (triple-image) screen. all i The - indicator turns white. The selected images are protected. b Display the image you want to imag protect in the center position

To exit the Protect function with b/B.

Select [CANCEL] in step 4 or select c Press MENU. [EXIT] in step 8, then press z. The menu appears.

To cancel individual protection d Select [PROTECT] with v/V,

Select the image to be unprotected with then press z. v/V/b/B, then press z in step 5. The - The center image is protected. The - indicator turns gray. Repeat this operation indicator appears on the image. for all images that are to be unprotected. Press MENU, select [OK], and then press z. DPOF

PROTECT DELETE FOLDER To protect all images in the 101-0002 20037410:30PM

• OK BACK/NEXT folder Select [ALL IN FOLDER] in step 4, and e To protect other images, press z. Select [ON], then press z. display the image you want to protect in the center position

To cancel all protection in the with b/B, and repeat step 4.

folder Select [ALL IN FOLDER] in step 4, and press z. Select [OFF], then press z., hoosing images to rint

Print mark

ode dial: ou can mark a print mark on still images ot with your camera. This mark is onvenient when you have images printedtashop that conforms with the DPOF igital Print Order Format) standard. Mode dial

MENU

Control button c Press MENU.

Changing image size The menu appears. C

— Resize d Select [RESIZE] with b/B, then p

Mode dial: press z. —

You can change the image size ofaeSelect the desired size with v/ M recorded image, and save it as a new file. V, then press z. Y You can resize to the following sizes. The recording folder appears at the sh 2560×1920, 2048×1536, 1280×960, upper right of the screen. c 640×480 a The original image is retained even after To cancel resizing (D resizing. Select [CANCEL] in step 5. Mode dial MENU • The resized image is recorded as the newest file in the selected recording folder, and the original image is retained. • You cannot change the size of movies (MPEG MOVIE), Clip Motion, Multi Burst or TIFF images. • When you change from a small size to a large size, the image quality deteriorates. • You cannot resize to an image size of 3:2. • When you resize a 3:2 image, the upper and Control button lower black portions will be displayed on the screen. a Set the mode dial to . b Display the image you want to resize with b/B., Still image editing• You cannot mark movies (MPEG MOVIE) or In single-image mode In index (nine-image) mode

Set the mode dial to , then

press to display the index (nine-image) screen.

Press MENU.

The menu appears.

Select [DPOF] with b/B, then

press z.

Select [SELECT] with b/B,

then press z. • When marking print marks, you cannot select [ALL IN FOLDER].

Select the image you want to

print with v/V/b/B, then press z. The green mark appears on the selected image. • SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT

Repeat step 5 to print other

images. Clip Motion images. • In E-mail mode, a print mark is marked on the a Set the mode dial to . a normal size image that is recorded at the same time. b Display the image you want to • When you mark images shot in Multi Burst print with b/B. mode, all the images are printed on one sheet divided into 16 panels. bc Press MENU. • If you mark an image shot in TIFF mode with a print mark, only the uncompressed image is The menu appears. printed, and the JPEG image recorded at the cd Select [DPOF] with b/B, then same time is not printed. press z. The mark is marked on the d displayed image. 60min 640 101 9/9 e

DPOF EXIT

OK BACK/NEXT e To continue and print other images, select the desired image with b/B and select [DPOF] with v, then press z.

To unmark the mark

Press z again in step 4. The mark disappears. f, o unmark the mark ress z again in step 4. The mark isappears. g Press MENU. In index (triple-image) mode T The menu appears. a Set the mode dial to , thenPhSelect [OK] with B, then press press twice to display the d z. index (triple-image) screen. The mark turns white. The b Display the image you want to mark setting is completed. print in the center position with b/B.

To exit the mark function

Select [CANCEL] in step 4, or select c Press MENU. [EXIT] in step 8. The menu appears. d Select [DPOF] with v, then

To unmark selected marks press z.

Select the images to be unmarked in step The mark is marked on the center 5, then press z. image.

To unmark all the marks in

the folder DPOF

PROTECT

Select [ALL IN FOLDER] in step 4, then DELETE

FOLDER

press z. Select [OFF], then press z. 101-0002 20037410:30PM • OK BACK/NEXT e To print other images, display the image you want to print in the center position with b/B, and repeat step 4., Enjoying movies

Enjoying movies

c Select (IMAGE SIZE) with b, Shooting close-ups (Macro) the mode dial to and follow the edure on page 24. ng the self-timer the mode dial to and follow the edure on page 25. e flash does not function when shooting vies. e date and time are not superimposed onto vies. hen shooting movies (MPEG MOVIE) with ltipoint AF, the distance to the center of the een is estimated as an average, so the AF rks even with a certain amount of vibration. e Focus range select function (Center, Left, ght, Bottom and Top) focuses automatically ng only the selected AF range finder. This is nvenient when you want to focus only on the ject.

Shooting movies then select the desired mode Set Mode dial: with v/V.

proc You can choose from 320 (HQX), You can shoot movies using your camera. 320×240 or 160×112. Usi For details on the recording time for Set

Before starting each image size, see page 105. proc

Set [MOVING IMAGE] to [MPEG d Press the shutter button fully MOVIE] in the SET UP settings (pages 42 • Thdown. and 110). mo “REC” appears on the screen and the • Th Mode dial camera starts recording the image and mo MENU sound. • W Mu Shutter 60min 160 101REC 00:00:24[ 00:24:35] scr wo Th Ri usi co • Recording stops when the “Memory sub Stick” is full. Control button e Press the shutter button fully down again to stop recording. a Set the mode dial to . b Press MENU. Indicators during shooting The menu appears. • The screen indicators are not recorded. • For a detailed description of the indicators, see page 119. • A histogram is not displayed., igh quality movies [320 (HQX)] ovies are displayed over the entire screen. dicators during viewing ovies Each time you press DISPLAY, the status of the screen changes as follows: Indicators off t All indicators on. For a detailed description of the indicators, see page 120. A histogram is not displayed. The procedure for viewing movies on a TV is the same as that for viewing still images (page 35). a Set the mode dial to . H

Viewing movies on M

the screen b Select the desired moving image with b/B. In

Mode dial: The movie is displayed one size m

smaller than still images. You can view movies on the screen with • sound from the speaker. 60min 160 101 10/10 00:00:00 Speaker • Mode dial

DISPLAY

101_0010 20037410:30PM • PLAY BACK/NEXT VOLUME c Press z. • The movie and sound are played back. During playback, B (PLAYBACK) appears on the screen. 60min 160 101 10/10 00:00:02 Control button Playback bar 101_0010 20037410:30PM STOP REV/CUE VOLUME

To stop playback

Press z again.

To adjust the volume

Press v/V to adjust the volume.

To advance or rewind the movie

Press b/B during playback. To return to the normal playback, press z., Enjoying moviesIn single-image mode In index (nine-image) mode Set the mode dial to , then press to display an index (nine-image) screen. Press MENU. The menu appears. Select [DELETE] with b/B, then press z. Select [SELECT] with b/B, then press z. Select the image you want to delete with v/V/b/B, then press z. The green (delete) indicator appears on the selected image. • SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT The image has not yet been deleted at this point. Repeat step 5 to delete other images. Press MENU. The menu appears.

Deleting movies

a Set the mode dial to . a — Delete b Display the image you want to Mode dial: delete with b/B. You can delete unwanted movies. b c Press MENU. Mode dial The menu appears. MENU cd Select [DELETE] with b/B, then press z. The image has not yet been deleted at d this point. e Select [OK] with v/V, then e press z. “MEMORY STICK ACCESS” Control button appears on the screen. When the message disappears, the image has been deleted. f To continue and delete other images, display the image to be deleted with b/B and press z. Then, select [OK] with v and press z.

To cancel deletion

f Select [EXIT] in step 5 or 6, then press z. g, o cancel deletion elect [CANCEL] in step 5, then press z. h Select [OK] with B, then press In index (triple-image) mode T z. S a Set the mode dial to , then When the message “MEMORY press twice to display an STICK ACCESS” disappears, the images have been deleted. index (triple-image) screen. b Display the image you want to

To cancel deletion delete in the center position

Select [EXIT] in step 8. with b/B.

To delete all images in the folder c Press MENU.

Select [ALL IN FOLDER] in step 4, The menu appears. [OK] with B, then press z. To cancel d Select [DELETE] with v/V, deletion, select [EXIT] with b, then press z. then press z. The image has not yet been deleted at this point.

DPOF PROTECT DELECT FOLDER

101_0016 20037410:30PM • OK BACK/NEXT e Select [OK] with v, then press z. “MEMORY STICK ACCESS” appears on the screen. When the message disappears, the middle- positioned image has been deleted., Enjoying movies Cutting a file numbered Cutting movies Mode dial

MENU

Control button Set the mode dial to . Select the movie you want to cut using b/B. Press MENU. The menu appears. Select [DIVIDE] with B, then press z. Next, select [OK] with v, then press z. The playback of the movie starts.

Editing movies 101_0002

101_0001 101_0003 Mode dial: You can cut movies, or delete unnecessary123portions of movies. This is the recommended mode to use when the 101_0002 “Memory Stick” capacity is insufficient, or 1. Cutting scene A. when you attach movies to your e-mail messages. 1A2B3101_0002

The file numbers assigned when DIVIDE point

2. Cutting scene B. movies are cut 101_0004 The cut files are assigned new numbers and a recorded as the newest files in the selected13A2Brecording folder. The original file is b deleted, and that number is skipped. 101_0005 DIVIDE point 3. Deleting scenes A and B if they are c unnecessary. 101_0004 101_0007d13A2BDELETE 101_0006 DELETE 4. Only the desired scenes remain. 132101_0006, eleting unnecessary ortions of movies

Cut an unnecessary portion of

a movie (page 79).

Display the portion of the

movie you want to delete.

Press MENU.

The menu appears.

Select [DELETE] with b/B,

then press z.

Select [OK] with v, then press

z. The movie currently displayed on the screen is deleted. e Decide on a cutting point. • The cut movie are recorded as the newest files D Press the center at the desired in the selected recording folder.z p • You cannot cut the following files. cutting point. – Clip Motion files a – Multi Burst files 60min 160 101 10/10 – Still image files DIVIDE 00:00:02 DIVIDING – MPEG movie files not long enough to cut

POINT

– Protected MPEG movie filesbcCOK • You cannot restore files once you cut them.

CANCEL

EXIT • The original file is deleted when you cut it. OK c When you want to adjust the cutting point, use [c/C] (frame forward/ d rewind) and adjust the cutting point using b/B. If you want to change the cutting point, select [CANCEL]. The e playback of the movie starts again. f When you have decided on a cutting point, select [OK] with v/V, and press z. g Select [OK] with v, then press z. The movie is cut. The recording folder appears at the upper right of the screen.

To cancel cutting

In Step 5, select [EXIT]. The movie appears on the screen again., Enjoying images on your computer

Enjoying images on your computer

• This camera is compatible with USB 2.0. The Contents of the CD-ROM SB Driver driver is needed in order to connect the era to a computer. hen using Windows XP, you need not install USB driver. age Transfer application is used to easily transfer es from the camera to a computer. IXELA ImageMixer application is used to display and edit es that are stored in a computer. is section describes the Windows Me screen an example. The required operations may fer depending on your OS. ose down all applications running on e computer before installing the USB iver and application. hen using Windows XP or Windows 2000, on as Administrators. e display settings should be 800 × 600 dots more and High Color (16-bit color, 65,000 lors) or more. When set to less than 800 × 0 dots or 256 colors or less, the install title een does not appear.

Copying images to USB 2.0 interface is completely compatible

your computer with USB 1.1, so USB 1.1 equipment can also x Ube used. This — For Windows users • Use with a USB 2.0 (High Speed) compatible cam computer environment allows high-speed data • W transfer (approximately 1.5 times faster than the

Recommended computer the conventional Sony model DSC-F707).

environment x Im OS: Microsoft Windows 98, Windows USB mode Thisimag 98SE, Windows 2000 Professional, There are two modes for a USB connection, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows [NORMAL] and [PTP]* modes. ThexPXP Home Edition, or Windows XP factory setting is the [NORMAL] mode. This Professional * Compatible only with Windows XP. When imag The above OS must be installed at the connected to a computer, only the data in the factory. Operation is not assured in an folder selected by the camera is copied to the • Th environment upgraded to the operating computer. To select a folder, perform the as systems described above or in a multi-boot procedure from step 2 on page 66. dif environment. • Cl CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or faster thCommunication with your USB connector: dr Provided as standard • W Display: computer 800 × 600 dots or more log High Color (16-bit color, 65,000 colors) or When your computer resumes from the • Th more suspend or sleep mode, communication or between your camera and your computer co • If you connect two or more USB equipment to may not recover at the same time. 60 a single computer at the same time, some scr equipment, including your camera, may not When a USB connector is not operate depending on the type of USB equipment. provided on your computer • Operations are not guaranteed when using a When neither a USB connector nor a USB hub. “Memory Stick” slot is provided, you can • Operations are not guaranteed for all the copy images using an additional device. See recommended computer environments the Sony Website for details. mentioned above. http://www.sony.net/, stalling “Image Transfer” You can use the “Image Transfer” software to copy images to your computer automatically when you connect the camera to your computer with the supplied USB cable. Click [Image Transfer] on the title screen. Select the desired language, then click [OK]. The “Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard” screen appears. This section describes the English screen.

Installing the USB driver c Click [Next]. When the In

“Information” screen appears, • When using Windows XP, you need not install click [Next]. • the USB driver. • Once the USB driver is installed, you need not install the USB driver. a Start up your computer, and a insert the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. Do not connect your camera to your computer at this time. The USB driver installation starts. The title screen appears. If it does not When the installation is completed, the appear, double-click (My screen informs you of completion. Computer) t [ImageMixer] in that d Click [Yes, I want to restart my order. computer now], then click b Click [USB Driver] on the title [Finish]. screen. • Your computer restarts. The “InstallShield Wizard” screen appears., Enjoying images on your computerb Click [Next]. When “Licence d Select the folder to be f Click [Finish]. The “InstallShield Wizard” screen closes. e USB driver is needed in order to use age Transfer”. If the necessary driver is not eady installed on your computer, a screen t asks if you want to install the driver will pear. Follow the instructions that appear on screen.

Agreement” screen appears, installed, then click [Next].

click [Yes]. Select the program folder, then click [Next]. Read the agreement carefully. You • Th “Im must accept the terms of the agreement e Confirm if the checkbox is alr in order to proceed with installation. checked on the “Image tha c Click [Next]. apTransfer Settings” screen, the then click [Next]. When the installation is completed, the screen informs you of completion., onnecting your camera to our computer Insert the “Memory Stick” with the images you want to copy into the camera. Turn on your camera and computer. Set [USB CONNECT] to [NORMAL] in the SET UP settings. The factory setting is [NORMAL]. Open the jack cover, and connect the supplied USB cable to your camera.

Installing “ImageMixer” c Follow instructions on each C

succeeding screen. a Click [PIXELA ImageMixer] on y the title screen. When installation is complete, the a “Read Me” text appears. Read the text, then close the window by clicking in the upper right corner of the screen. After that, click [Finish] on the install screen to close the install screen. b The “Choose Setup Language” screen c appears. • You can use the “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” software to copy, view and edit images. For details, see the software’s help files. • If DirectX8.0a or a later version is not installed b Select the desired language, in your computer, the “Information” screen appears. Follow the procedure on the screen. then click [OK]. d Remove the CD-ROM. The “Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard” screen appears. • This section describes the English screen., Enjoying images on your computerd Connect the other end of the Disconnecting the USB cable Copying images using age Transfer” indows 98/98SE/2000/Me n you connect the camera to your puter, “Image Transfer” launches and mages are automatically copied to the puter. When copying is complete, ageMixer” automatically launches and es appears. rmally “Image Transfer” and “Date” folders created inside the “My Documents” folder, d all of the image files recorded with your era are copied into these folders. u can change the “Image Transfer” settings ge 86). hen you use Windows XP, you need to ange the settings (page 86).

USB cable to your computer. from your computer, removing “Im

“USB MODE NORMAL” appears on the “Memory Stick” from your — W the screen. When a USB connection is camera or turning off the established for the first time, your power during USB connection Whe computer automatically runs the used com program to recognize your camera. For Windows 2000, Me, or XP users the i Wait for a while, and “Image Transfer” com launches. 1 Double-click on the tasktray. “Im 2 Click (Sony DSC), then click [Stop]. imag 3 Confirm the device on the confirmation USB MODE screen, then click [OK]. NORMAL 4 Click [OK]. aaaaThis step is unnecessary for Windows XP users. 5 Disconnect the USB cable, remove the “Memory Stick” or turn off the power. • When using a desktop computer, connect the USB cable to the USB connector on the rear panel. For Windows 98 or 98SE users • When using Windows XP, the copy wizard Perform only step 5 above. automatically appears on the desktop (page 87). • No When you copy images using “Image are Transfer”, change the settings on page 86. an cam • Yo (pa • W ch, opying images without sing “Image Transfer”

Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me

you do not set to launch “Image Transfer” utomatically, you can copy images as llowing procedure.

Double-click [My Computer],

then double-click [Removable

Disk].

The contents of the “Memory Stick” inserted in your camera appear. This section describes an example of copying images to the “My Documents” folder. When the “Removable Disk” icon is not shown, see the following column. When using Windows XP, see the previous column.

Double-click [DCIM], then

double-click the folder which contains the desired images. The folder opens.

Drag and drop the image files

into the “My Documents” folder. The image files are copied to the “My Documents” folder. When you try to copy an image to a folder in which an image with the same file name is stored, the overwrite confirmation message appears. When you overwrite the existing image with the new one, the original file is deleted. — Windows XP Changing “Image Transfer” C settings Windows XP is set so that the OS AutoPlay u Wizard activates. Follow the procedure You can change the “Image Transfer” — below to cancel the setting. settings. • This procedure does not need to be performed Right-click the “Image Transfer” icon in the If for subsequent image downloads. tasktray and select [Open Settings], oraaClick [Start], then click [My select [Settings] when starting up “Image fo

Computer]. Transfer”. a

b Right-click [Sony • You can set [Basic], [Copy] and [Delete].

MemoryStick], then click • If you select [Settings] when starting up “Image

[Properties]. Transfer”, you can only change [Basic]. • To return to the standard settings, click [Restore c Cancel the setting. defaults]. • 1 Click [AutoPlay]. • 2 Set [Content type] to [Pictures]. 3 Check [Select an action to perform] • under [Actions], select [Take no action], then click [Apply]. b 4 Set [Content type] to [Video files] and [Mixed content] in step 2, and repeat step 3. 5 Click [OK]. The [Properties] screen closes. c d Disconnect and then reconnect the USB cable (page 85). •, Enjoying images on your computerWhen a removable disk icon is not — Windows XP e Select [Nothing. I’m finished working with these pictures], then click [Next]. The “Completing the Scanner and Camera Wizard” screen appears. Click [Finish]. The wizard closes. continue copying other images, disconnect USB cable and reconnect it. Then, perform procedure from step 1 again. shown Copying images using the 1 Right-click [My Computer], then click Windows XP copy wizard [Properties]. The “System Properties” screen appears. a Click [Copy pictures to a folder • When using Windows 2000, click [Hardware] on my computer using on [System Properties] screen. Microsoft Scanner and Cameraf2Confirm if other devices are already Wizard], then click [OK]. • To installed. The “Scanner and Camera Wizard” the 1 Click [Device Manager]. screen appears. the 2 Double-click [ Other Devices]. b Click [Next]. 3 Confirm if there is a “ Sony DSC” The images stored on the “Memory or “ Sony Handycam” with a Stick” are displayed. mark. 3 c Click the checkbox of images If you find either of the devices above, follow the steps below to delete them. that you do not want to copy to 1 Click [ Sony DSC] or [ Sony your computer and remove the Handycam]. checkmark, then click [Next]. 2 Click [Remove]. The “Picture Name and Destination” The “Confirm Divice Removal” screen appears. screen appears. d Specify the image group 3 Click [OK]. The device is deleted. names to be copied and the 4 Try the USB driver installation again copy destination, then click using the supplied CD-ROM (page 82). [Next]. Image copying starts. When the copying is completed, the “Other Options” screen appears. • The images are copied into the “My Documents” folder., ning image files recorded using a ut the folder creation function ning image files recorded with this folders have been created, this is only ning E-mail mode and TIFF mode image ata and VOICE mode audio datagacamera without the folder creation

Viewing images on your Image file storage

computer destinations and file names a Double-click [My Documents] Image files recorded with your camera are on the desktop. grouped as folders in the “Memory Stick” by recording modes. The “My Documents” folder contents are displayed. Example: For Windows Me users • This section describes the procedure for copying images to the “My Documents” folder. • When using Windows XP, double-click [Start] t [My Documents] in that order. • You can use the “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” software to view and edit images on your computer. For details, see the software’s help files. Folder contaicamera witho b Double-click the desired folder and image file. Folder contai The image is displayed. camera When no new “101MSDCF” Folder contai data, movie d recorded usin function • Data in the “100MSDCF” or “MSSONY” folders is data recorded using a camera without the folder creation function. These folders are for playback only, and your camera cannot record images in these folders., Enjoying images on your computer ) e 60) L mode E mode Folder File name File meaning 101MSDCF DSC0ssss.JPG • Still image files shot in (up to 999MSDCF) – Normal mode – Exposure Bracket mode (page 53) – BURST 3 mode (page 59) – Multi Burst mode (page 58) • Still image files recorded simultaneously in – TIFF mode (page 60) – E-MAIL mode (page 61) – VOICE mode (page 61) DSC0ssss.JPE • Small-size image files shot in E-MAIL mode (page 61 DSC0ssss.MPG • Audio files shot in VOICE mode (page 61) DSC0ssss.TIF • Uncompressed image file recorded in TIFF mode (pag CLP0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion files shot in NORMAL mode (page 57) CLP0ssss.THM • Index image files of Clip Motion files shot in NORMA MBL0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion files shot in MOBILE mode (page 57) MBL0ssss.THM • Index image files of Clip Motion files shot in MOBIL MOV0ssss.MPG • Movie files shot normally (page 75) Note on the table • The meanings of the file names are as above: ssss stands for any number within the range from 0001 to 9999. • The numerical portions of the following files are the same. –A small-size image file shot in E-MAIL mode and its corresponding image file –An audio file shot in VOICE mode and its corresponding image file –An uncompressed image file shot in TIFF mode and its corresponding image file –An image file shot with Clip Motion and its corresponding index image file, Installing the USB driver Turn on your computer, and set the supplied CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive. The “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” screen appears. Double-click (Setup Menu). Click (USB Driver). The “USB Driver” screen appears. Double-click the icon of the hard disk containing the OS to open the screen. Drag and drop the following two files from the screen opened in step 3 into the System Folder icon in the screen opened in step 4. • Sony USB Driver • Sony USB Shim When the message for confirmation is shown, click “OK.” Connecting your camera to your computer For details, see page 84.

USB mode a Copying images to There are two modes for a USB connection, 1

your computer [NORMAL] and [PTP]* modes. The — For Macintosh users factory setting is the [NORMAL] mode. * Compatible only with Mac OS X. When connected to a computer, only the data in the

Recommended computer folder selected by the camera is copied to the

environment 2computer. To select a folder, perform the OS: Mac OS 8.5.1, 8.6, 9.0, 9.1, 9.2, or procedure from step 2 on page 66. 3 Mac OS X (v10.0/v10.1) The above OS must be installed at the Communication with your 4 factory. For the following models, update computer your OS to Mac OS 9.0 or 9.1. When your computer resumes from the 5 – iMac with Mac OS 8.6 installed at the suspend or sleep mode, communication factory, and a slot loading type CD-ROM between your camera and your computer drive may not recover at the same time. – iBook or Power Mac G4 with the Mac OS 8.6 installed at the factory When a USB connector is not USB connector: Provided as standard provided on your computer 6 Display: 800 × 600 dots or more When neither a USB connector nor a 32,000-color mode or more “Memory Stick” slot is provided, you can b copy images using an additional device. See • If you connect two or more USB equipment to the Sony Website for details. a single computer at the same time, some equipment, including your camera, may not http://www.sony.net/ operate depending on the type of USB equipment. Steps requires your OS • Operations are not guaranteed when using a Follow the steps below, according to your USB hub. • Operations are not guaranteed for all the OS. recommended computer environments OS Steps mentioned above. Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0 Steps 1 to 4 Mac OS 9.1/9.2/Mac OS X Steps 2 to 4 (v10.0/v10.1), Enjoying images on your computer Removing the USB cable from d Viewing the images on your your computer, the “Memory computer Stick” from your camera or turning 1 Double-click the hard disk icon. off the power during a USB 2 Double-click the desired image file in connection the folder containing the copied files. Drag and drop the “Memory Stick” icon The image file opens. to the “Trash” icon, then remove the USB cable or “Memory Stick.” • You can use the “PIXELA ImageMixer” * If you are using Mac OS X, remove the USB software to copy images to your computer and cable, etc., after you have turned your to view images on your computer. See the computer off. operation manual supplied with the CD-ROM for details about the installation method, or see c Copying images the software’s help files for the operation method. 1 Double-click the newly recognized icon • “PIXELA ImageMixer” is not compatible with on the desktop. Mac OS X. The contents of the “Memory Stick” inserted in your camera appear. 2 Double-click “DCIM.” 3 Double-click the folder contained the desired image file. • See pages 88 and 89 for details about the image file storage destinations and file names. 4 Drag and drop the image files to the hard disk icon. The image files are copied to your hard disk., Troubleshooting Should your camera still not work properly, consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. (page 15). ack while pushing the battery eject lever up of the battery pack (page 11). ack correctly (page 11). dealer or local authorized Sony service e AC power adaptor (page 12). ack correctly (page 11). 2 Should your camera still not work 3

Troubleshooting properly, press the RESET button inside

the battery/“Memory Stick” cover using If you experience trouble with your camera, a fine-tripped object, then turn on the try the following solutions. power again. (All the settings including 1 First check the items on the tables below. date and time are cleared.) If code displays “C:ss:ss” appear on the screen, the self- diagnosis display function is working (page 103). RESET button

Battery pack and power

Symptom Cause Solution You cannot charge the • The camera is turned on. p Turn the camera off battery pack. The battery pack cannot • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery p be installed. using the front edge The /CHG lamp flashes. • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery p • The battery pack has malfunctioned. p Consult your Sony facility. The /CHG lamp does not • The AC power adaptor is disconnected. p Properly connect th light up when charging a • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery p battery pack. • The battery pack is completely charged. —, TroubleshootingSymptom Cause Solution ck with a new one. ry pack (page 11). y pack (page 12). k (page 11). ck with a new one. correctly (page 11). C power adaptor (page 14). ain (page 15). ed battery pack (page 11). The battery remaining • You have used the camera for a long time in an — indicator is incorrect, or extremely hot or an extremely cold location. sufficient battery • The battery pack is dead (page 115). p Replace the battery pa remaining indicator is • The battery pack is discharged. p Install a charged batte displayed but the power • A deviation has occurred in the remaining p Fully charge the batter runs out soon. battery time. The battery pack runs • You are shooting/viewing images in an — down too quickly. extremely cold location. • The battery pack is not charged enough. p Charge the battery pac • The battery pack is dead (page 115). p Replace the battery pa You cannot turn on the • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery pack camera. • The AC power adaptor is disconnected. p Properly connect the A The power turns off • If you do not operate the camera for about three p Turn on the camera ag suddenly. minutes when using a battery pack, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery (page 15). • The battery pack is discharged. p Replace it with a charg, 22). s (pages 20 and 75). recording mode. Make sure to position the om the subject than the shortest shooting ting (page 24). s (page 29). tch to AUTO/ZOOM (pages 23 and 48). es 42 and 110). es 42 and 110). tch to AUTO/ZOOM (page 23). s 42 and 110). (page 49). ss of the screen (pages 42 and 112). (page 49). ss of the screen (pages 42 and 112). ction.

Shooting still images/movies

Symptom Cause Solution The subject does not • The FINDER/LCD switch is set to FINDER. p Set it to LCD (page appear on the screen. The subject is not visible • The mode dial is set to or SET UP. p Set it to other mode on the screen. The image is out of focus. • The subject is too close. p Record in the macro lens farther away fr distance when shoo • The Landscape mode is selected for the Scene p Set it to other mode Selection function. • Manual focus mode is selected. p Set the FOCUS swi • [CONVERSION LENS] in the SET UP settings p Set it to [OFF] (pag is set to [ON]. Zoom does not work. • [CONVERSION LENS] in the SET UP settings p Set it to [OFF] (pag is set to [ON]. • FOCUS switch is set to MANUAL. p Set the FOCUS swi Digital zoom does not • The digital zoom cannot be used when shooting — function. a movie (MPEG MOVIE). • [DIGITAL ZOOM] in the SET UP settings is set p Set it to [ON] (page to [OFF]. The image is too dark. • You are shooting a subject with a light source p Adjust the exposure behind the subject. • The brightness of the screen is too low. p Adjust the brightne The image is too bright. • You are shooting a spotlighted subject in a dark p Adjust the exposure location such as on a stage. • The brightness of the screen is too bright. p Adjust the brightne Vertical streaks appear • The smear phenomenon is occurring. p This is not a malfun when you are shooting a very bright subject., TroubleshootingSymptom Cause Solution k” (page 18). d in the “Memory Stick” (pages 37 and 40). position (page 114). peed than 1/25 second (page 44). on. (NightFraming for Clip Motion) Your camera cannot • No “Memory Stick” has been inserted. p Insert a “Memory Stic record images. • The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is p Delete the images save insufficient. 77), or format it (page • The write-protect switch on the “Memory Stick” p Set it to the recording is set to the LOCK position. • You cannot record images while charging the — flash. • The mode dial is set to SET UP or . p Set it to other modes. Recording takes a long • NR slow shutter is activated. p Set to a faster shutter s time. A sound is made if the • The sound is made by the lens in operation. — NIGHTSHOT/ NIGHTFRAMING switch is changed. The image colors are not • NIGHTSHOT or NIGHTFRAMING is set. p Set to z. correct. The lens makes a noise • The sound is made by the AE/AF function in p This is not a malfuncti inside if the shutter button operation. is lightly pressed while NIGHTFRAMING is set. NightShot or • The mode dial is set to S, A, M or SCN. • Set it to , or NightFraming does not (page 55). function., s. (no indicator) or (forced flash) (page 26). page 29). orced flash) (page 26). gs. es 42 and 111). IGHTFRAMING to z or . page 29). es 42 and 110). UCTION] in the SET UP settings to [ON] and time (page 16). Symptom Cause Solution The built-in flash or the • The mode dial is set to , SET UP, or p Set it to other mode optional external flash (MPEG MOVIE or MULTI BURST). (HVL-F1000) does not • The flash is set to (no flash). p Set the flash to auto work. • The Twilight mode is selected for the Scene p Cancel the setting ( Selection function. • The Landscape mode is selected for the Scene p Set the flash to (f Selection function. • [MODE] (REC MODE) in the menu settings is p Set it to other settin set to [BURST 3] or [EXP BRKTG]. • [HOT SHOE] in the SET UP settings is set to p Set it to [OFF] (pag [ON]. • NightShot is activated. p Set NIGHTSHOT/N

NIGHTFRAMING

The macro function does • The Landscape mode is selected for the Scene p Cancel the setting ( not work. Selection function. • [CONVERSION LENS] in the SET UP settings p Set it to [OFF] (pag is set to [ON]. The eyes of the subject — p Set [RED EYE RED come out red. (page 26). The date and time are • The date and time are not set correctly. p Set the correct date recorded incorrectly., TroubleshootingViewing images . on. ges 42 and 112). (page 35). on. Set FOCUS switch to MANUAL ay from the TV, etc. (page 70). position (page 114). will prevent you from deleting images by Symptom Cause Solution Your camera cannot play • The mode dial is not set to . p Set it to (page 33) back images. • Your camera cannot play back image files — copied to the hard disk of your computer if the file name has been changed or the image has been modified. The image appears rough — p This is not a malfuncti right after playback starts. The image does not • The video output signal setting of your camera in p Change the setting (pa appear on the TV screen. the SET UP settings is incorrect. • The connection is not correct. p Check the connection The image cannot be — p See page 98. played back on a computer. Unknown beeps are heard • These beeps are heard when the auto focus is p This is not a malfuncti from the camera while working. (page 48). viewing a movie. The picture is noisy. • Your camera is placed near a TV or other p Move your camera aw equipment with a strong magnetic field.

Deleting/Editing Images

Symptom Cause Solution Your camera cannot • The image is protected. p Cancel the protection delete an image. • The write-protect switch on the “Memory Stick” p Set it to the recording is set to the LOCK position. You have deleted an • Once you have deleted a file, you cannot restore p Marking - (protect) image by mistake. it. mistake (page 70). The resizing function • You cannot resize movies (MPEG MOVIE), — does not work. Clip Motion, Multi Burst and uncompressed images., ded computer environment” (pages 81 and log on as Administrator (authorized ge 81). (page 15). adaptor (page 14). B cable (page 84). cable, and connect it again firmly. Make DE” is displayed on the screen (page 84). ] (page 112). cables except for the ones connected to the e, and your camera. er (pages 82 and 90). and your computer correctly using the USB ed copy procedure for your OS (pages 85, 86 “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” e, click on HELP. “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” e, click on HELP. er or software manufacturer. Symptom Cause Solution You cannot display a print • You cannot display print marks on moving — mark. images and Clip Motion images.

Computers

Symptom Cause Solution You do not know if the OS — p Check “Recommen of your computer is 90). compatible. You cannot install the — p In Windows 2000, USB driver. Administrators) (pa Your computer does not • The camera is turned off. p Turn on the camera recognize your camera. • The battery level is low. p Use the AC power • You are not using the supplied USB cable. p Use the supplied US • The USB cable is not connected firmly. p Disconnect the USB sure that “USB MO • [USB CONNECT] is set to [PTP] in the SET UP p Set it to [NORMAL settings (except Windows XP and Mac OS X). • The USB connectors on your computer are p Disconnect the USB connected to other equipment besides the keyboard, the mous keyboard, the mouse, and your camera. • The USB driver is not installed. p Install the USB driv You cannot copy images. • The camera is not correctly connected to your p Connect the camera computer. cable (page 84). • You are not using the correct copy procedure for p Follow the designat your OS. and 91). — p If you are using the application softwar The image cannot be — p If you are using the played back on a application softwar computer. — p Consult the comput, TroubleshootingSymptom Cause Solution rd disk of your computer and then play hard disk (pages 85, 86 and 91). ngs. the “PIXELA ImageMixer for Sony” ay as follows: ots or more (16 bits, 65,000 colors) or more dots or more lor or more side (page 18). position (page 114). ages (page 37). position (page 114). ou set the “Memory Stick” write-protect osition to prevent accidental erasure The image and sound are • You are playing back the file directly from the p Copy the file to the ha interrupted by noise when “Memory Stick”. back the file from the you view a movie on a computer. You cannot print an — p Check the printer setti image. — p Click on the HELP for application software. An error message appears • The computer display is not set correctly. p Set the computer displ when you set the supplied Windows: 800 × 600 d CD-ROM in your High Color computer. Macintosh: 800 × 600 32,000-co “Memory Stick” Symptom Cause Solution You cannot insert a • You are inserting it backwards. p Insert it from the right “Memory Stick.” You cannot record on a • The write-protect switch on the “Memory Stick” p Set it to the recording “Memory Stick.” is set to the LOCK position. • The “Memory Stick” is full. p Delete unnecessary im You cannot format a • The write-protect switch on the “Memory Stick” p Set it to the recording “Memory Stick.” is set to the LOCK position. You have formatted a • All the images on the “Memory Stick” are p We recommend that y “Memory Stick” by deleted by formatting. You cannot restore them. switch to the LOCK p mistake. (page 114)., UM” battery pack (page 11). ack (page 11). to the DC IN jack of your camera and to a cket) (page 14). and then on after one minute, and check that roperly. pack, then install it again after about one he camera. If the functions still do not work, tton located inside the battery/“Memory fine-tipped object, then turn the power on ress the RESET button, all settings including e cleared.) (page 118). and leave for about an hour at room moisture to evaporate before use (page 113). ction.

Others

Symptom Cause Solution Your camera does not • You are not using an “InfoLITHIUM” battery p Use an “InfoLITHI work. pack. • The battery level is low. (The E indicator p Charge the battery p appears.) • The AC power adaptor is not connected p Connect it securely securely. wall outlet (wall so • The built-in microcomputer is not working p Turn the power off properly. the camera works p The power is on, but the • The built-in microcomputer is not working p Remove the battery camera does not work. properly. minute and turn on t press the RESET bu Stick” cover with a again. (When you p the date and time ar You cannot identify an — p Check the indicator indicator on the screen. The lens gets fogged. • Moisture condensation has occurred. p Turn off the camera temperature for the The played back image is • You are playing back a file with an image size — small. larger than 2560×1920 that was recorded using another camera. The camera becomes — p This is not a malfun warm when you use it for the long time., Troubleshooting Stick” is dirty. e 114). (page 40). n. Set it to the recording position es. Delete unnecessary images (page 37). age 64). folder (page 65). a camera without the folder creation ur camera. camera.

Warnings and

messages The following messages may appear on the screen. Message Meaning/Corrective Action NO MEMORY STICK • Insert a “Memory Stick” (page 18). SYSTEM ERROR • Turn the power off and on again (page 15). MEMORY STICK ERROR • The inserted “Memory Stick” cannot be used in your camera (page 114). • The “Memory Stick” is damaged, or the terminal section of the “Memory • Insert the “Memory Stick” correctly (page 18). MEMORY STICK TYPE • You inserted a “Memory Stick” that cannot be used with this camera (pag

ERROR

FORMAT ERROR • Failed to format the “Memory Stick.” Format the “Memory Stick” again MEMORY STICK LOCKED • The write-protect switch on the “Memory Stick” is set to the LOCK positio (page 114). NO MEMORY SPACE • The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is insufficient. You cannot record imag CANNOT CREATE MORE • You have reached the maximum number of folders that can be created (p

FOLDERS

CANNOT RECORD • The camera cannot record images in the selected folder. Select a different NO FILE IN THIS FOLDER • No images have been recorded in this folder. • You inserted a “Memory Stick” into your camera that was recorded using function (page 66). FILE ERROR • An error occurred while playing back the image. FILE PROTECT • The image is protected against erasure. For "InfoLITHIUM" battery • The battery is not the “InfoLITHIUM” type. only FOLDER ERROR • A folder with the same number already exists in the “Memory Stick.” IMAGE SIZE OVER • You are playing back an image of a size that cannot be played back on yo INVALID OPERATION • You are playing back a file that was created on equipment other than this, ng on the conditions of use or the type of minutes of remaining battery time left. camera on a tripod, or otherwise secure the ted. IGHTSHOT is set. otion) while NIGHTFRAMING is set.Message Meaning/Corrective Action • The battery level is low or zero. Charge the battery (page 11). Dependi battery pack, the indicator may flash even though there are still 5 to 10 CAN NOT DIVIDE • The file is not long enough to be divided. • The file is not a movie (MPEG MOVIE). • The amount of lights is not sufficient or the shutter speed is too slow. • You are not holding the camera steady enough. Use the flash, mount the camera in place. “NIGHT SHOT” • An operation that is not valid while NIGHTSHOT is set is attempted. “NIGHT FRAMING” • An operation that is not valid while NIGHTFRAMING is set is attemp NIGHT SHOT IS INVALID • The mode dial is set to a position other than , or while N • [CONVERSION LENS] in the SET UP settings is set to [ON]. NIGHT FRAMING IS • The mode dial is set to a position other than , or (Clip M INVALID • [CONVERSION LENS] in the SET UP settings is set to [ON]. MANUAL FOCUS IS • The manual focus/zoom ring is turned while NIGHTFRAMING is set. INVALID • The FOCUS switch is set to MANUAL when the mode dial is set to, TroubleshootingCode Cause Countermeasure urn the power off and on again page 15). e-insert the “Memory Stick” several imes. ormat the “Memory Stick” (page 40). nsert a new “Memory Stick” (page 18). ress the RESET button (page 9) located nside the battery/“Memory Stick” cover, hen turn the power on again.

Self-diagnosis display

C:32: ss There is trouble with your • T camera’s hardware. ( – If a code starting with an alphabet letter appears C:13: ss The camera cannot read or write • R data on the “Memory Stick.” t Your camera has a self-diagnosis display. An unformatted “Memory Stick” • F This function displays the camera condition is inserted. on the screen with a combination of a letter The inserted “Memory Stick” • I and four numerical digits. If this occurs, cannot be used with your camera, check the following code chart and attempt or the data is damaged. the corresponding corrective actions. The E:61: ss A camera malfunction that you • P last two digits (indicated by ss) will differ E:91: ss cannot reverse has occurred. i depending on the state of the camera. t If you are unable to solve the problem even after trying the corrective actions a few C:32:ss times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and inform them of the 5-digit code. Example: E:61:10 Self-diagnosis display, (Units: images) 64MB 128MB 25 (47) 51 (95) 25 (47) 51 (95) 40 (73) 81 (146) 98 (179) 197 (359) 358 (788) 718 (1580) (Units: images) 64MB 128MB 3 (4) 7 (8) 4 (4) 8 (8) 3 (4) 7 (8) 4 (4) 8 (8) 4 (4) 8 (8) (Units: images) 64MB 128MB 25 (45) 50 (91) 25 (45) 50 (91) 39 (69) 79 (138) 91 (157) 183 (316) 281 (492) 564 (987) vary, depending on the shooting 640×480 1 (1) 2 (2) conditions. • For normal shooting times and numbers VOICE of images that can be saved, see page 32. 16MB 32MB 2560×1920 6 (11) 12 (22) 2560 (3:2) 6 (11) 12 (22) 2048×1536 9 (17) 19 (34) 1280×960 22 (38) 45 (78) 640×480 69 (121) 140 (245) Additional information E-mail

Number of images 16MB 32MB

that can be saved or 2560×1920 6 (11) 12 (23) shooting time 2560 (3:2) 6 (11) 12 (23) 2048×1536 10 (18) 20 (36) The number of images that can be saved and the shooting time differ, depending on the 1280×960 24 (44) 49 (89) capacity of the “Memory Stick,” the image 640×480 88 (194) 178 (392) size, and the image quality. Refer to the following charts when you choose a TIFF “Memory Stick.” 16MB 32MB 2560×1920 0 (0) 1 (1) • The number of images is listed in FINE (STANDARD) order. 2560 (3:2) 1 (1) 2 (2) • The values for the number of images that 2048×1536 0 (1) 1 (2) can be saved and the shooting time may 1280×960 1 (1) 2 (2), Additional information 16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB NORMAL 88 178 358 718 MOBILE 486 982 1971 3951 NORMAL: When ten frames are shot MOBILE: When two frames are shot MPEG movies (Units: seconds) 16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB 320 (HQX) 42 87 176 354 320×240 174 352 708 1419 160×112 673 1363 2740 5494 Multi Burst (Units: images) 16MB 32MB 64MB 128MB 1280×960 24 (46) 50 (93) 101 (187) 202 (376) Clip Motion (Units: images), till images (page 19). in addition to the JPEG file (page 60). age) in addition to the JPEG file (page 61). G file in addition to the selected image size sure value of each image slightly shifted (page 59). recording mode.

Menu items

Menu items that can be modified differ depending on the position of the mode dial. The screen shows only the items you can operate in each specific mode. Factory settings are indicated with x.

When the mode dial is set to

Item Setting Description (IMAGE SIZE) x2560×1920 / 2560 (3:2) / 2048×1536 / Selects the image size when shooting s 1280×960 / 640×480 MODE (REC MODE) TIFF – Records a TIFF (uncompressed) file VOICE – Records an audio file (with a still im E-MAIL – Records a small-size (320×240) JPE (page 61). EXP BRKTG – Records three images with the expo (page 53). BURST 3 – Records three images in succession xNORMAL – Records an image using the normal, Additional informationWhen the mode dial is set to , S, A, M, or SCN (This setting can be made only in SCN a large number augments the brightness r, note that increasing the sensitivity may is setting cannot be made in SCN mode.) l images (page 19). addition to the JPEG file (page 60). e) in addition to the JPEG file (page 61). file in addition to the selected image size e value of each image slightly shifted ge 59). ording mode. al. l. indicator appears (except when the Item Setting Description SCN / / / Sets the Scene Selection mode (page 29).x mode.) ISO 800 / 400 / 200 / 100 / xAUTO This selects the ISO sensitivity. Selecting when recording in dark locations. Howeve make recorded images appear coarser. (Th (IMAGE SIZE) x2560×1920 / 2560 (3:2) / 2048×1536 / Selects the image size when shooting stil 1280×960 / 640×480 (P.QUALITY) xFINE / STANDARD Selects the image quality (page 31). MODE (REC MODE) TIFF – Records a TIFF (uncompressed) file in VOICE – Records an audio file (with a still imag E-MAIL – Records a small-size (320×240) JPEG (page 61). EXP BRKTG – Records three images with the exposur (page 53). BURST 3 – Records three images in succession (pa xNORMAL – Records an image using the normal rec ± (FLASH LEVEL) HIGH – Makes the flash level higher than norm xNORMAL – Normal setting. LOW – Makes the flash level lower than norma PFX (P.EFFECT) SOLARIZE / SEPIA / NEG.ART / Sets the image special effects (page 62). xOFF (SHARPNESS) +2 / +1 / x0 / –1 / –2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. The setting is 0).,

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ooting movies (page 75). ).

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RST] in the SET UP settings)

al in NTSC mode. al in PAL mode. depending on the setting of the [VIDEO (page 112). ). e indicator appears (except when the

When the mode dial is set to (when [MOVING IMAGE] is set to [MPEG MO

Item Setting Description (IMAGE SIZE) 320(HQX) / 320×240 / x160×112 Selects the MPEG image size when sh PFX (P.EFFECT) SOLARIZE / SEPIA / NEG.ART / Sets the image special effects (page 62 xOFF

When the mode dial is set to (when [MOVING IMAGE] is set to [CLIP MOT

Item Setting Description (IMAGE SIZE) xNORMAL / MOBILE Selects the Clip Motion image size (pa ± (FLASH LEVEL) HIGH – Makes the flash level higher than no xNORMAL – Normal setting. LOW – Makes the flash level lower than no PFX (P.EFFECT) SOLARIZE / SEPIA / NEG.ART / Sets the image special effects (page 62). xOFF (SHARPNESS) +2 / +1 / x0 / –1 / –2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. Th setting is 0).

When the mode dial is set to (when [MOVING IMAGE] is set to [MULTI BU

Item Setting Description (INTERVAL) 1/7.5 / 1/15 / x1/30 (NTSC) – Selects the Multi Burst shutter interv 1/6.3 / 1/12.5 / x1/25 (PAL) – Selects the Multi Burst shutter interv * The shutter interval settings differ OUT] item in the SET UP settings (P.QUALITY) xFINE / STANDARD Selects the image quality (page 31). PFX (P.EFFECT) SOLARIZE / SEPIA / NEG.ART / Sets the image special effects (page 62 xOFF (SHARPNESS) +2 / +1 / x0 / –1 / –2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. Th setting is 0)., Additional informationWhen the mode dial is set to ou want to play back (page 66). d 77). e (page 70). want to print (page 72). (Only in single-image mode.) ge 72). (Only in single-image mode.) ly in single-image mode.) in single-image mode.) Item Setting Description FOLDER OK / CANCEL Selects the folder containing the image y DELETE — Deletes the displayed image (pages 37 an PROTECT — Protects images against accidental erasur DPOF — Marks the print mark on still images you SLIDE INTERVAL – Sets the slide show interval (page 68). x3 sec / 5 sec / 10 sec / 30 sec / 1 min IMAGE – Sets the range of the playback images. xFOLDER / ALL REPEAT – Plays back images repeatedly. xON / OFF START – Starts the slide show. CANCEL – Cancels the slide show. RESIZE 2560×1920 / 2048×1536 / 1280×960 / Changes the recorded still image size (pa 640×480 / CANCEL ROTATE (counter clockwise) / Rotates the still image 90° (page 69). (On (clockwise) / OK / CANCEL DIVIDE OK / CANCEL Divides a moving image (page 79). (Only, (pages 57, 58 and 75). e or time onto the image (page 28). ovie (MPEG MOVIE), Clip Motion or e appear only during playback, and do not (page 23). using a flash (page 26). ght. Used when it is difficult to focus on the onversion lens VCL-HGD0758 or VCL- CL-MHG07. Note that when a conversion lens portion from locking. We recommend ft hand or using a tripod for recording.

SET UP items

Set the mode dial to SET UP. The SET UP screen appears. Factory settings are indicated with x. 1 [CAMERA 1] Item Setting Description MOVING IMAGE xMPEG MOVIE / CLIP MOTION / Selects the shooting mode for a movie MULTI BURST DATE/TIME DAY & TIME / DATE / xOFF Selects whether to superimpose the dat The date and time are not inserted in m Multi Burst mode. Also, the date and tim appear during recording. DIGITAL ZOOM xON / OFF Selects whether to use the digital zoom RED EYE REDUCTION ON / xOFF Reduces the red-eye phenomenon when HOLOGRAM AF xAUTO / OFF Selects whether to emit hologram AF li subject in dark conditions (page 27). CONVERSION LENS ON / xOFF Set to [OFF] when using the optional c HGD1758, or to [ON] when using the V lens is mounted, the weight prevents the supporting the lens portion with your le When [CONVERSION LENS] is set to [ON]: • When the mode dial is set to A or M, you can only select aperture values of F4 or higher. • Macro shooting and zoom functions are not available., Additional information2 [CAMERA 2] arged to 2× (page 48). n recording three images with each external flash (page 63). hen you use the zoom function with the rmatting erases all the data recorded on a rotected images (page 40). Item Setting Description EXPANDED FOCUS xON / OFF When focusing manually, the image is enl BRACKET STEP ±1.0EV / x±0.7EV / ±0.3EV Sets the exposure compensation value whe exposure value shifted (page 53). HOT SHOE ON / xOFF Sets when using a commercially available ZOOM RING SETUPWT/ xT W Sets the direction in which the ring turns w manual focus/zoom ring (page 23). [MEMORY STICK TOOL] Item Setting Description FORMAT OK / CANCEL Formats the “Memory Stick.” Note that fo “Memory Stick,” including even erasure p CREATE REC. OK / CANCEL Creates a new recording folder (page 64).

FOLDER

CHANGE REC. OK / CANCEL Changes a recording folder (page 65).

FOLDER

, recorded images. g [BRIGHT] makes the screen bright and er bright locations, but also uses up the r camera with the battery pack. ng [BRIGHT] makes the screen bright and er bright locations, but also uses up the eard when you press the shutter button.) e control button/shutter button. cording folder or the “Memory Stick” is older is changed. apan, USA). rope). selected language. [SETUP 1] Item Setting Description LCD BRIGHTNESS BRIGHT / Selects the LCD brightness. This has no effect on the xNORMAL / DARK LCD BACKLIGHT BRIGHT / Selects the brightness of the LCD backlight. Selectin xNORMAL easy to see when using the camera outdoors or in oth battery charge faster. Displayed only when using you EVF BACKLIGHT BRIGHT / Selects the brightness of the finder backlight. Selecti xNORMAL easy to see when using the camera outdoors or in oth battery charge faster. BEEP SHUTTER – Turns on the shutter sound. (The shutter sound is h xON – Turns on the beep/shutter sound when you press th OFF – Turns off the beep/shutter sound. [SETUP 2] Item Setting Description FILE NUMBER xSERIES – Assigns numbers to files in sequence even if the re changed. RESET – Resets the file numbering each time the recording f USB CONNECT PTP / xNORMAL Switches the USB mode (page 84). VIDEO OUT NTSC – Sets the video output signal to NTSC mode (e.g., J PAL – Sets the video output signal to PAL mode (e.g., Eu A LANGUAGE — Displays the menu items, warnings and messages in CLOCK SET OK / CANCEL Sets the date and time (page 16)., internal rechargeable button tery camera has an internal rechargeable on battery for maintaining the date and and other settings regardless of ther the power is on or off. rechargeable button battery is inually charged as long as you are using amera. However, if you use the camera nly short periods it discharges ually, and if you do not use the camera l for about one month it becomes pletely discharged. In this case, be sure arge this rechargeable button battery re using the camera. ever, even if this rechargeable button ry is not charged, you can still use the era as long as you do not record the date time. rging method nect the camera to a wall outlet (mains) g the AC power adaptor, or install a ged battery pack, and leave the camera 4 hours or more with the power off. Additional information

On moisture condensation On Precautions If the camera is brought directly from a cold bat

to a warm location, or is placed in a very This

On cleaning damp room, moisture may condense inside butt

Cleaning the LCD screen or outside the camera. Should this occur, the time Wipe the screen surface with an LCD camera will not operate properly. whe cleaning kit (not supplied) to remove This fingerprints, dust, etc. Moisture condensation occurs easily cont when: the c Cleaning the lens • The camera is brought from a cold for o Wipe the lens with a soft cloth to remove location such as a ski slope into a warmly grad fingerprints, dust, etc. heated room. at al • The camera is taken from an air- com Cleaning the camera surface conditioned room or car interior to the hot to ch Clean the camera surface with a soft cloth outdoors, etc. befo slightly moistened with water, then wipe How the surface dry. Do not use any type of How to prevent moisture batte solvent such as thinner, alcohol or benzine condensation cam as this may damage the finish or the casing. When bringing the camera from a cold and place to a warm place, seal the camera in a After using your camera at the plastic bag and allow it to adapt to Cha seashore or other dusty locations conditions at the new location over a period Con Clean your camera carefully. Otherwise, of time (about an hour). usin the salty air may corrode the metal fittings char or dust may enter the inside of your camera, If moisture condensation occurs for 2 causing a malfunction. Turn off the camera and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate. Note that if

Note on operating temperature you attempt to shoot with moisture

Your camera is designed for use between remaining inside the lens, you will be the temperatures of 0°C and 40°C (32° F unable to record clear images. and 104° F). Shooting in extremely cold or hot places that exceed this range is not recommended., Do not use or keep the “Memory Stick” under the following conditions: – High temperature locations such as the hot interior of a car parked in direct sunlight – Locations exposed to direct sunlight – Humid locations or locations with corrosive substances otes on using “Memory Stick uo” (option) When using a “Memory Stick Duo” with your camera, be sure to insert the “Memory Stick Duo” into a “Memory Stick Duo” adapter. Check to make sure the “Memory Stick Duo” is inserted facing the proper direction. Inserting the “Memory Stick Duo” facing the wrong direction may damage the equipment. Do not insert a “Memory Stick Duo” without a “Memory Stick Duo” adapter into “Memory Stick” compatible equipment, as this may cause equipment trouble. • You cannot record or delete images when the •

On “Memory Stick” write-protect switch is set to LOCK.

The position or the shape of the write-protect “Memory Stick” is a new compact, portable switch may differ depending on the “Memory Stick” you use. and versatile IC recording medium with a data capacity that exceeds the capacity of a Terminal floppy disk. In addition to exchanging data between N “Memory Stick” compatible equipment, D you can also use a “Memory Stick” to store Write-protect • data as a type of detachable external switch recording media. Labeling position • There are two types of “Memory Stick”: an ordinary “Memory Stick” and a • Do not remove the “Memory Stick” or turn off “MagicGate Memory Stick” that is the camera while reading or writing data. • equipped with the MagicGate* copyright • Data may be damaged in a location subject to protection technology. You can use both the effects of static electricity or noise. • We recommend backing up important data on types of “Memory Stick” with your camera. the hard disk of your computer. However, because your camera does not • Do not attach any other material than the support the MagicGate standards, data supplied label on the labeling position. recorded with your camera is not subject to • When you carry or store the “Memory Stick,” MagicGate copyright protection. put it in the case supplied with it. • Do not touch the terminal of a “Memory Stick” with your hand or a metal object. In addition, you can also use “Memory • Do not strike, bend or drop a “Memory Stick.” Stick Duo” with your camera. • Do not disassemble or modify a “Memory Stick.” * MagicGate is copyright protection technology • Do not expose the “Memory Stick” to water. that uses encryption technology., Additional informationEffective use of the battery pack How to store the battery pack en if the battery pack will not be usedralong time, fully charge it and use it once per year. Remove the battery ck from your camera, then store it in a y, cool place. This is to maintain the ttery pack’s functions. use the battery pack up on your mera, leave the POWER switch to on in ide show playback mode (page 68) until e power goes off. tery life e battery life is limited. Battery pacity decreases little by little as you e it more and more, and as time passes. hen the battery operating time is ortened considerably, a probable cause that the battery pack has reached the d of its life. Buy a new battery pack. e battery life varies according to how it stored and the operating conditions and vironment for each battery pack.

On “InfoLITHIUM” • Battery performance decreases in low- • Ev

battery pack temperature surroundings. So, the time that fo the battery pack can be used is shorter in up cold places. We recommend the following pa to ensure longer battery pack use: dr

What is the “InfoLITHIUM” – Put the battery pack in a pocket close to ba

your body to warm it up, and insert it in • To battery pack? your camera immediately before you ca The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack is a start shooting. sl lithium-ion battery pack that has functions • Frequently operating the zoom or flash th for communicating information related to wears out the battery charge faster. operating conditions between your camera • We recommend having spare battery Bat and the AC power adaptor. packs handy for two or three times the The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack • Thexpected shooting time, and making trial calculates the power consumption cashots before taking the actual shots. according to the operating conditions of us• Do not expose the battery pack to water. your camera, and displays the remaining WThe battery pack is not water-resistant. battery time in minutes. sh is

Remaining battery time indicator en Charging the battery pack

The power may go off although the battery • Th We recommend charging the battery pack remaining indicator shows there is enough is in an ambient temperature of between 10°C power to operate. Use the battery pack up en to 30°C (50° F to 86° F). You may not be and charge the battery pack fully again so able to efficiently charge the battery pack that the indication on the battery remaining outside of this temperature range. indicator is correct. Note, however, that the correct battery indication sometimes will not be restored if the camera is used in high temperatures for a long time or left in a fully charged state, or the battery pack is frequently used., uilt-in microphone Electret condenser microphone uilt-in speaker Dynamic speaker

C-L10A/L10B AC power

daptor ower requirements 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz ated output voltage DC 8.4 V, 1.5 A in operating mode perating temperature 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) torage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) imensions Approx. 125×39×62 mm (5×1 9/16×2 1/2 inches) (w/h/d, excluding maximum protrusions) ass Approx. 280 g (10 oz)

P-FM50 battery pack

sed battery Lithium-ion battery aximum voltage DC 8.4 V ominal voltage DC 7.2 V apacity 8.5 Wh (1 180 mAh) perating temperature 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) imensions Approx. 38.2×20.5×55.6 mm (1 9/16×13/16×2 1/4 inches) (w/h/d) ass Approx. 76 g (3 oz) Viewfinder B

Specifications Electric viewfinder (color) B Input/Output connectors System

A/V OUT (MONO) (Monaural) Image device Minijack A 11 mm (2/3 type) color CCD Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced, a Primary color filter sync negative Total pixels number of camera Audio: 327 mV (at a 47 kΩ load) P Approx. 5 240 000 pixels Output impedance 2.2 kΩ Effective pixels number of camera ACC jack Mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm) R Approx. 5 020 000 pixels USB jack mini-B Lens 5× zoom lensOf= 9.7 – 48.5 mm (13/32 – 1 15/16 inches) (38 – 190 mm LCD screen S (1 1/2 – 7 1/2 inches) when converted Used LCD panel to a 35 mm still camera) 4.6 cm (1.8 type) TFT drive D F2.0 – 2.4 Total number of dots Filter diameter: 58 mm (2 3/8 inches) 123 200 (560×220) dots Exposure control Automatic exposure, Shutter speed M priority, Aperture priority, Manual General exposure, Scene selection (4 modes) Used battery pack White balance NP-FM50 (supplied) N Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, Power requirements U Fluorescent, Incandescent, One-push 7.2 V Data format (DCF compliant) Power consumption (during shooting) M Still images: Exif Ver. 2.2 JPEG 2.3 W compliant, GIF (for Clip Motion), N TIFF, DPOF compatible Operating temperature Audio with still image: 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) MPEG1 compliant (Monaural) Storage temperature C Moving images: –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) O MPEG1 compliant (Monaural) Dimensions Recording media 119.5×68.9×151 mm D “Memory Stick” (4 3/4×2 3/4×6 inches) Flash Recommended distance (ISO set to (W/H/D, excluding maximum protrusions) Auto): 0.3 m to 4.5 m (11 7/8 inches M to 177 1/4 inches) Mass Approx. 696 g (1 lb 8 oz) (including battery pack NP-FM50, “Memory Stick,” shoulder strap and lens cap), Additional informationAccessories • AC-L10A/L10B AC power adaptor • Power cord (mains lead) • USB cable • NP-FM50 battery pack • A/V connecting cable • “Memory Stick” (32 MB) • Shoulder strap • Lens cap • Lens cap strap • CD-ROM (USB driver SPVD-008) • Operating instructions Design and specifications are subject to change without notice., Image quality indicator (31) Recording folder indicator (64) Remaining number of recordable images indicator (32, 104)/ Self-diagnosis display (103) Remaining “Memory Stick” capacity indicator Focus range indicator (46) EV level indicator (49) Aperture value indicator (44) Shutter speed indicator (44) Macro indicator (24) Self-timer indicator (25) Light amount warning indicator Menu/Guide menu (42) Pressing MENU switches the menu on/off. ISO MODE • qs wg qd wh A Recording mode indicator (57-61) G Sharpness indicator (107, 108)/ B AE LOCK indicator (52) Picture effect indicator (62)/ C AE/AF lock indicator (20) Hologram AF indicator (27) D Battery remaining indicator (12) H Metering modes indicator (51)/ E White balance indicator (54)/ NightShot/NightFraming Mode dial indicator/ indicator (55) Flash mode indicator (26)/ I Focus distance indicator (48) Red-eye reduction indicator (26)/ J Histogram indicator (50) Hot shoe indicator (63) K Low battery warning indicator F Date/time indicator (28)/ (12) Conversion lens indicator (110)/ L AF range finder (46) ISO number indicator (107) M Spot metering cross hair (51) N Image size indicator (19)

O FINDER/LCD screen P Q When shooting still images

1 qf

R

2 qg 3 qhS4qj T min 2560 101 qkU520 6 qlV7SOLARIZE w; W 30 X9 wa

Y

ws wd Z qa wf, Additional informationWhen shooting movies e numbers in parentheses indicate the ation of additional important rmation. D White balance indicator (54) N Focus range indicator (46) E Conversion lens indicator (110) O EV level indicator (49) F Picture effect indicator (62) P Macro indicator (24) G Metering modes indicator (51)/ Q Self-timer indicator (25) NightShot/NightFraming R AF range finder (46) indicator (55) S Menu/Guide menu (42) H Focus distance indicator (48) I Spot metering cross hair (51) • Pressing MENU switches the menu on/off. J Image size indicator (75) K Recording time [maximum recordable time] indicator/Self- diagnosis display (103) Pag loc info102qa 3 qs 60 min 101 4 STBY 00:00:25 [00:02:14] qd 5 qf 6 SOLARIZE qg + qh8 qj 9 qk IMAGE SIZE PFX ql A Recording mode indicator (75) L Recording folder indicator (64) B AE LOCK indicator (52) M Remaining “Memory Stick” C Battery remaining indicator (12) capacity indicator, age numbers in parentheses indicate the ocation of additional important nformation. Volume indicator (61) M Volume indicator (76)/Playback C Zoom scaling indicator (67) indicator (76) D Histogram indicator (50) N Playback bar (76) E File name (88) O Change folder indicator/ F Image size indicator (19) Playback folder indicator (66) G Change folder indicator/ P Image number/Number of Playback folder indicator (66) images recorded in selected H Remaining “Memory Stick” folder capacity indicator Q Remaining “Memory Stick” I Image number/Number of capacity indicator images recorded in selected R Counter (76) folder S Playback image (76) J Recording date of the playback T Menu/Guide menu (42) image (28)/Menu/Guide menu (42) Pli

When playing back still images When playing back moving

images17qa qg 60min 2560 qs qh 2 101 11/12 60 min 320 VOL 101 6/8 qjqd +2.0EV 9 00:00:12 qk 3 x1.3 F5.6 4 ql50qf BACK/NEXT VOLUME FOLDER DELETE PROTECT DPOF w;

OK

A Recording mode indicator (57-61) B Protect indicator (70)/ K Image size indicator (76) Print mark indicator (72)/ L Recording mode indicator (76),

C Exposure bracket ... 53

le names ... 88 age file storage destinations ... 88 ternal flash ... 63 LASH LEVEL ... 107, 108 ed-eye reduction ... 26, 110 lecting a flash mode ... 26 sing F lock ... 47 OCUS range select function ... 46 anual focus ... 48 ultipoint AF ... 46 ooting (using auto adjustment mode) ... 20, 46 er ayback folder ... 66 cording folder ... 64 MAT ... 40 ... 57, 89 gram AF ... 27, 110 shoe ... 63, 111

Index CD-ROM ... 81

Charging F

A battery pack ... 11, 115 File

AC power adaptor ...11, 14 charging time ... 12 fi Access lamp ...18 Cleaning ... 113 im AE lock ...52 Clip Motion ... 57 Flash AF lock ...47 Clock set ... 16 ex AF range ...46 Computer F Aperture priority mode ...45 copying images ... 85, 86, 91 R Auto adjustment mode ...20 Image Transfer ... 82 se Auto Focus ...21, 46 ImageMixer ... 84 Focu Auto power-off function ...15 USB cable ... 84 A USB driver ... 82 F Control button ... 9, 15, 42

B mConversion lens ... 110 M

Battery pack Copying images ... 85, 86, 91 sh battery life ...13, 115 charging ...11, 115

D Fold

charging time ...12 remaining indicator ...12, 115 Deleting images ... 37, 77 pl re Beep/shutter sound ...112 Digital zoom ... 23 Bracket ...53 DISPLAY ... 22

FOR

Brightness DIVIDE ... 79 EVF finder ...112 DPOF ... 72 G image ...49, 53 GIF LCD screen ...112 E Burst ...59 Editing still images H Print mark ... 72 Holo Protect ... 70 Hot Resize ... 72 E-mail ... 61 Enlarging an image ... 66 EV adjustment ... 49 EXPANDED FOCUS ... 48, 111, ed-eye reduction ... 26, 110 ESET button ... 92, 103 esize ... 72 otate ... 69 cene Selection (SCN) ... 29 elf-diagnosis display ... 103 elf-timer ... 25 etting date and time ... 16 image quality ... 32 image size ... 19, 32, 104 menu items ... 42, 106 SET UP items ... 42, 110 HARPNESS ... 107, 108 hooting mode auto adjustment mode ... 20 Bracket ... 53 Burst ... 59 Clip Motion ... 57 E-mail ... 61 movie ... 75 Multi Burst ... 58 TIFF ... 60 Voice ... 61 hutter speed priority mode ... 44 lide show ... 68

I Moisture condensation ... 113 R

Image Movie R copying images ... 85, 86, 91 cutting movies ... 79 R file names ... 88 deleting images ... 77 R image file storage destinations ... 88 number of images that can be saved or R image quality ... 32 shooting time ... 13, 104 image size ... 19, 32, 104, 106 shooting images ... 75 S “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack ... 115 viewing images on a screen ... 76 S Installation viewing images on your computer ... 88 S Image Transfer ... 82 MPEG MOVIE ... 75 S ImageMixer ... 84 MPG ... 89 S USB driver ... 82 Multi Burst ... 58 ISO ... 107

N J NightFraming ... 56

Jog dial ... 43 NightShot ... 56 JPEG ... 20, 89 NR slow shutter ... 45 S NTSC system ... 36, 112 S

L

LCD screen ... 112 P PAL system ... 36, 112

M Picture effect ... 62

Power Manual exposure mode ... 45 AC power adaptor ... 14 Memory Stick battery pack ... 11 formatting a “Memory Stick” ... 40 on/off ... 15 inserting a “Memory Stick” ... 18 Precautions ... 113 number of shooting images/time ... 32, 104 Print mark ... 72 S Menu settings ... 42, 106 Protect ... 70 S Metering mode center-weighted metering ... 51 multi-pattern metering ... 51 Q spot metering ... 51 Quick Review ... 21 Mode dial ... 8, 16, 42, Still image shooting V EV adjustment ...49 Viewing images on a screen ... 33, 76 image size ...19 Viewing images on your computer ... 88 metering mode ...51 Voice ... 61 number of shooting images ...32, 104 picture effect ...62 W Scene Selection ...29 Warnings and notice messages ... 101 shooting close-ups (Macro) ...24 White Balance ... 54 superimposing the date and time ...28 using auto adjustment mode ...20 using the flash ...26 Z using the self-timer ...25 Zoom using the zoom ...23 digital zoom ... 23, 110 White Balance ...54 playback zoom ... 67 Still image viewing using the zoom feature ... 23 delete ...37 index screen ...34 playback zoom ...67 rotate ...69 single image screen ...33 slide show ...68 viewing images on a screen ...33 viewing images on a TV screen ...35 viewing images on your computer ...88 Superimposing the date and time ...28

T

TIFF ...60 Trimming ...67 TV color system ...35

U

USB ...81, 85 Using your camera abroad ...14, Printed on 100% recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound)-free vegetable oil based ink. Additional information on this product and answers to frequent asked questions can be found at our Customer Support Website. Sony Corporation Printed in Japan,

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For the Customers in the U.S.A. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the “Memory Stick” and battery
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Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be
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SPECIFICATIONS xCamera [LCD screen] xAC-LS5/LS5B AC Adaptor
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