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DSC-P30/P50 SERVICE MANUAL US ModelCanadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Ver 1.3 2001. 11 Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model DSC-P30/P50 Photo: DSC-P50 Argentina Model Brazilian Model DSC-P50 This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. On the SY-66 board SY-66 board This service manual procides the information that is premised the Schematic diagram ... Pages 4-11 to 4-26 circuit board replacement service and not intended repair inside the Printed wiring board ... Pages 4-7 to 4-10 SY-66 board. Electrical ...
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DSC-P30/P50 SERVICE MANUAL US ModelCanadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Ver 1.3 2001. 11 Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model

DSC-P30/P50 Photo: DSC-P50 Argentina Model

Brazilian Model

DSC-P50 This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well.

On the SY-66 board SY-66 board

This service manual procides the information that is premised the Schematic diagram ... Pages 4-11 to 4-26 circuit board replacement service and not intended repair inside the Printed wiring board ... Pages 4-7 to 4-10 SY-66 board. Electrical parts list ... Pages 6-9 to 6-14 Therefore, schematic diagram, printed wiring board and electrical parts list of the SY-66 board are not shown. The above-described information is shown in service manual The following pages are not shown. Level 3.

SPECIFICATIONS

System Flash General AC-LS1A AC power NP-FS11 battery pack Image device Recommended recording Used battery adaptor (not supplied) (not supplied) 6.64 mm (1/2.7 type) color distance (ISO is set to AUTO): Two size AA alkaline Power requirements Used battery CCD 0.3 m to 2.0 m batteries: 3 V 100 to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz Lithium ion battery Lens (11 13/16 inches to NP-FS11: 3.6 V (not supplied) Rated output voltage Maximum voltage 3× zoom lens 6 feet 6 3/4 inches) Power consumption DC 4.2 V, 1.5 A in operating DC 4.2Vf= 6.4 – 19.2 mm (9/32 – (during recording) 25/32 inches) Output connector mode Nominal voltage 2.8 W Operation temperature DC 3.6 V (41 – 123 mm (1 5/8 – 4 7/8 VIDEO OUT Operation temperature 0ºC to 40ºC (32ºF to 104ºF) Minijack Capacity inches) when converted into a 0ºC to 40ºC 35 mm still camera) Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω Storage temperature 4.1 Wh (1 140 mAh) (32ºF to 104ºF ) F = 3.8 – 3.9 unbalanced, sync negative –20ºC to +60ºC Storage temperature (–4ºF to +140ºF ) Accessories Exposure control USB jack –20ºC to +60ºC VIDEO connecting cable (1) Automatic exposure mini-B Maximum dimensions (–4ºF to +140ºF ) 105×36×56 mm Size AA alkaline batteries (2) White balance LCD screen Maximum dimensions (4 1/4×1 7/16×2 1/4 inches) USB cable (1) Automatic, Indoor, Outdoor, Used LCD panel 126×61.2×53.7 mm (w/h/d) (excluding maximum Lens cap (1) Hold 1.5 type TFT (Thin Film (5×2 1/2×2 1/8 inches) protrusions) Lens cap strap (1) Data system Wrist strap (1)Transistor active matrix) drive (w/h/d) Mass Movie: MPEG1 Total number of dots Mass “Memory Stick” (4 MB) (1) Approx. 180 g (6 oz) Still: JPEG, GIF (in TEXT CD-ROM (2)123 200 (560×220) dots Approx. 260 g (9.2 oz) mode, Clip Motion), TIFF (including two size AA Operating Instructions (1) Recording medium batteries, “Memory Stick,” “Memory Stick” wrist strap and lens cap etc.) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

DIGITAL STILL CAMERA

, Table for differences of function Model DSC-P30 DSC-P50 CCD Imager 1.3M pixels 2.1M pixels SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED À LA SÉCURITÉ! LINE WITH MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFIÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 AND IN THE PARTS LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE SUR LES DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE COMPONENTS WITH DES PIÈCES SONT CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS APPEAR AS DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE REMPLACER CES COM- SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS PUB- POSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈCES SONY DONT LES LISHED BY SONY. NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU DANS LES SUPPLÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.

SAFETY CHECK-OUT

After correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer. 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-sol- UNLEADED SOLDER dered connections. Check the entire board surface for solder Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- splashes and bridges. free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. 2. Check the interboard wiring to ensure that no wires are (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with “pinched” or contact high-wattage resistors. the lead free mark due to their particular size) 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transis- tors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point them : LEAD FREE MARK out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. 4. Look for parts which, though functioning, show obvious signs • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 ˚C higher than of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and recom- ordinary solder. mend their replacement. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to 6. Flexible Circuit Board Repairing about 350 ˚C . • Keep the temperature of the soldering iron around 270 ˚C Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the during repairing. heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! • Do not touch the soldering iron on the same conductor of • Strong viscosity the circuit board (within 3 times). Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than • Be careful not to apply force on the conductor when sol- ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur dering or unsoldering. such as on IC pins, etc. • Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder. – 2 –,

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section Title Page Section Title Page SERVICE NOTE ... 5 5. ADJUSTMENTS Self-diagnosis Display ... 6 Before Starting Adjustment ... 5-1 1-1. Adjusting Items when Replacing Main Parts and Boards... 5-2 1. GENERAL 5-1. Camera Section Adjustment ... 5-3 1-1. Preparations Before Adjustment ... 5-3 Introduction ... 1-2 1-1-1. List of Service Tools ... 5-3 Identifying the Parts ... 1-2 1-1-2. Preparations ... 5-4 Preparing the Power Supply ... 1-2 1-1-3. Discharging of the Flashlight Power Supply ... 5-4 Setting the Date and Time ... 1-4 1-1-4. Precautions ... 5-6 Inserting the “Memory Stick” ... 1-4 1. Setting the Switch ... 5-6 Basic Operations ... 1-4 2. Order of Adjustments ... 5-6 Recording Still Images ... 1-5 3. Subjects ... 5-6 Recording Moving Images... 1-6 4. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box ... 5-7 Playing Back Still Images ... 1-7 1-2. Initialization of B, D, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data ... 5-8 Playing Back Moving Images ... 1-7 1-2-1. Initialization of D Page Data ... 5-8 Viewing Images Using a Personal Computer ... 1-7 1. Initializing D Page Data... 5-8 Image File Storage Destinations and Image Files ... 1-9 2. Modification of D Page Data ... 5-8 Before Performing Advanced Operations ... 1-10 3. D Page Table ... 5-8 Various Recording ... 1-12 1-2-2. Initialization of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data ... 5-9 Various Playback ... 1-14 1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data ... 5-9 Editing ... 1-15 2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data ... 5-9 Additional Information ... 1-18 3. B Page Table ... 5-9 Troubleshooting ... 1-19 4. E Page Table ... 5-9 Warning and Notice Messages ... 1-20 5. F Page Table ... 5-10 Self-diagnosis Display ... 1-21 6. 7 Page Table ... 5-12 LCD Screen Indicators ... 1-21 7. 9 Page Table ... 5-12 1-3. Video System Adjustments ... 5-13 1. Video Sync Level Adjustment ... 5-13 2. Video Burst Level Adjustment ... 5-13 2. DISASSEMBLY 1-4. Camera System Adjustment ... 5-14 1. HALL Adjustment ... 5-15 2-1. Cabinet (R) Assembly ... 2-1 2. Flange Back Adjustment (Using the Minipattern Box) .. 5-16 2-2. Cabinet (Front) Block Assembly ... 2-1 3. Flange Back Adjustment (Using the Flange Back 2-3. DD-158 Board ... 2-2 Adjustment Chart Subject More than 500 m Away) ... 5-17 2-4. Chassis (Main) Assembly ... 2-3 4. Flange Back Check ... 5-18 2-5. Lens Block Assembly ... 2-3 5. Picture Frame Setting ... 5-19 2-6. Optical Finder ... 2-3 6. F No. Standard Data Input ... 5-20 2-7. Zoom Lens ... 2-3 7. Mechanical Shutter Adjustment ... 5-20 2-8. JK-206 Board ... 2-4 8. Light Level Adjustment ... 5-21 2-9. DC Jack ... 2-4 9. Mixed Color Cancel Adjustment ... 5-21 2-10. SY-66 Board ... 2-4 10. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input ... 5-22 2-11. LCD Module ... 2-4 11. Auto White Balance Adjustment ... 5-23 2-12. Circuit Boards Location ... 2-6 12. Color Reproduction Adjustment ... 5-24 2-13. Flexible Boards Location ... 2-6 13. Color Reproduction Check ... 5-25 14. Auto White Balance Check ... 5-26 15. CCD White Defect Compensation ... 5-27 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 16. CCD Black Defect Compensation ... 5-28 17. Strobe White Balance Adjustment ... 5-29 3-1. Overall Block Diagram ... 3-1 1-5. LCD System Adjustments ... 5-30 3-8. Power Block Diagram 1 ... 3-15 1. LCD Initial Data Input (1) ... 5-31 3-9. Power Block Diagram 2 ... 3-17 2. LCD Initial Data Input (2) ... 5-31 3. VCO Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-32 4. Black Limit Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-33 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND 5. Bright Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-34 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 6. Contrast Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-35 7. Color Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-35 8. VG Center Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-36 4-1. Frame Schematic Diagrams ... 4-3 9. V-COM Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-36 Frame Schematic Diagram ... 4-3 10. White Balance Adjustment (SY-66 Board) ... 5-37 4-2. Printed Wiring Boards and Schematic Diagrams ... 4-5 5-2. Service Mode ... 5-38 CD-319 Printed Wiring Board and 2-1. Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-38 Schematic Diagram ... 4-5 1. Used the Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-38 JK-206 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-27 2. Precautions upon Using JK-206 Schematic Diagram ... 4-29 the Adjusting Remote Commander ... 5-38 DD-158 Printed Wiring Board ... 4-31 2-2. Data Process ... 5-39 DD-158 (DC IN) Schematic Diagram ... 4-35 2-3. Service Mode ... 5-40 DD-158 (DC/DC CONVERTER) Schematic Diagram .. 4-37 1. Setting the Test Mode... 5-40 DD-158 (FLASH CHARGE) Schematic Diagram ... 4-39 2. Bit Value Discrimination ... 5-40 4-3. Waveforms ... 4-41 3. Mode Dial Check (1) ... 5-40 4-4. Parts Location ... 4-44 4. Mode Dial Check (2) ... 5-40 5. Switch Check (1) ... 5-40 6. Switch Check (2) ... 5-41 – 3 –, Section Title Page 7. LED Check ... 5-41 8. Self Diagnosis Code ... 5-41 6. REPAIR PARTS LIST 6-1. Exploded Views ... 6-1 6-1-1. Cabinet (Front) Block Assembly ... 6-1 6-1-2. Main Chassis Assembly ... 6-2 6-1-3. Lens Block Assembly ... 6-3 6-1-4. Cabinet (Rear) Block Assembly ... 6-4 6-2. Electrical Parts List ... 6-5 * The color reproduction frame is shown on page 117. – 4 –,

SERVICE NOTE

• NOTE FOR REPAIR Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of When remove a connector, don’t pull at wire of connector. bent at the terminal. It is possible that a wire is snapped. Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. When installing a connector, don’t press down at wire of connector. It is possible that a wire is snapped. Cut and remove the part of gilt which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some pieces of gilt may be left inside) [Discharging of the DD-158 board’s charging capacitor (C506)] Discharging the Capacitor Short-circuit between the positive and the negative terminals of The charging capacitor (C506) of the DD-158 board is charged up charged capacitor with the short jig about 10 seconds. to the maximum 300 V potential. There is a danger of electric shock by this high voltage when the battery is handled by hand. The electric shock is caused by the R:1 kΩ/1 W charged voltage which is kept without discharging when the main (Part code: 1-215-869-11) power of the unit is simply turned off. Therefore, the remaining voltage must be discharged as described below. Preparing the Short Jig Capacitor To preparing the short jig, a small clip is attached to each end of a resistor of 1 kΩ /1 W (1-215-869-11). Wrap insulating tape fully around the leads of the resistor to pre- vent electrical shock. 1 kΩ/1 W Wrap insulating tape. – 5 –, [Description on Self-diagnosis Display] Self-diagnosis display • C: ss: ss You can reverse the camera mal- function yourself. (However, con- tact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility when you cannot recover from the camera malfunction.) • E: ss: ss Contact your Sony dealer or lo- cal authorized Sony service facil- ity. Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error C: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: Checking of lens drive circuit. When failed in the focus and zoomss initialization. Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being E:91:ss of flash unit. charged. Battery pack is not “InfoLITHIUM” — Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. compatible. E:92:ss Insert a battery pack correctly. Battery pack is not inserted correctly. Battery pack was installed or removed Turn the power off and on again. when using the AC adaptor. – 6 –,

DSC-P30/P50 SECTION 1 GENERAL This section is extracted from

instruction manual. The number below is for the FCC related Note: Caution:

WARNING matters only. This equipment has been tested and found to Do not handle damaged or leaking lithium

comply with the limits for a Class B digital ion battery. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do

Declaration of Conformity device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC not expose the unit to rain or Rules. These limits are designed to provide

moisture. Trade Name: SONY reasonable protection against harmful For the Customers in Model No.: DSC-P30 interference in a residential installation. This Germany Responsible Party:Sony Electronics Inc. For the Customers in the equipment generates, uses, and can radiate Address: 680 Kinderkamack radio frequency energy and, if not installed Directive:EMC Directive 89/336/EEC,

U.S.A. Road, Oradell, NJ and used in accordance with the 92/31/EEC

07649 USA instructions, may cause harmful interference This equipment complies with the EMC Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 to radio communications. However, there is regulations when used under the following no guarantee that interference will not occur circumstances: This device complies with Part 15 of the in a particular installation. If this equipment • Residential area FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the does cause harmful interference to radio or • Business district following two conditions: (1) This television reception, which can be • Light-industry district device may not cause harmful determined by turning the equipment off and (This equipment complies with the EMC interference, and (2) this device must on, the user is encouraged to try to correct standard regulations EN55022 Class B.) accept any interference received, the interference by one or more of the including interference that may cause following measures: undesired operation. — Reorient or relocate the receiving Attention for the Customers in antenna. Europe — Increase the separation between the This symbol is intended to Declaration of Conformity equipment and receiver. This product has been tested and found alert the user to the presence Trade Name: SONY — Connect the equipment into an outlet compliant with the limits sets out on the of uninsulated “dangerous Model No.: DSC-P50 on a circuit different from that to which EMC Directive for using connection cables voltage” within the Responsible Party:Sony Electronics Inc. the receiver is connected. shorter than 3 meters. product’s enclosure that Address: 680 Kinderkamack — Consult the dealer or an experienced may be of sufficient Road, Oradell, NJ radio/TV technician for help. magnitude to constitute a 07649 USA The supplied interface cable must be used

Attention

risk of electric shock to Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 with the equipment in order to comply with persons. The electromagnetic fields at the specific the limits for a digital device pursuant to frequencies may influence the picture and This device complies with Part 15 of the Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. This symbol is intended to sound of this camera. FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the alert the user to the presence following two conditions: (1) This of important operating and device may not cause harmful For the Customers in the maintenance (servicing) “Memory Stick”interference, and (2) this device must U.S.A. instructions in the literature accept any interference received, accompanying the including interference that may cause appliance. DISPOSAL OF LITHIUM ION undesired operation. BATTERY. If you have any questions about this product, LITHIUM ION BATTERY. N50 you may call: CAUTION Sony Customer Information Services Center You are cautioned that any changes or DISPOSE OF PROPERLY. 1-800-222-SONY (7669) modifications not expressly approved in this You can return your unwanted lithium ion manual could void your authority to operate batteries to your nearest Sony Service this equipment. Center. Note: In some areas the disposal of lithium ion batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited. For the Sony Service Center nearest you call 1-800-222-SONY (United States only) 2 3

For the Customers in the Precaution on copyright When the camera is used for long U.S.A. and Canada Television programs, films, video tapes, and periods

other materials may be copyrighted. Note that the camera body may become hot. THIS CLASS B DIGITAL DEVICE Unauthorized recording of such materials COMPLIES WITH PART 15 OF THE may be contrary to the provision of the FCC RULES AND THE CANADIAN copyright laws. ICES-003 OPERATION IS SUBJECT Do not shake or strike the camera TO THE FOLLOWING TWO In addition to malfunctions and inability to CONDITIONS: record images, this may render the (1) THIS DEVICE MAY NOT CAUSE “Memory Stick” unusable or image data HARMFUL INTERFERENCE, AND breakdown, damage or loss may occur. (2) THIS DEVICE MUST ACCEPT ANY INTERFERENCE RECEIVED, Do not aim the camera at the sun INCLUDING INTERFERENCE THAT or other bright light MAY CAUSE UNDESIRED This may cause irrecoverable damage to OPERATION. your eyes. LCD screen, LCD finder (only models with a finder) and lens

Be sure to read the following • The LCD screen and the LCD finder are

before using your camera manufactured using extremely high- Trial recording precision technology so over 99.99% of Before you record one-time events, you may the pixels are operational for effective use. want to make a trial recording to make sure However, there may be some tiny black that the camera is working correctly. points and/or bright points (white, red, blue or green in color) that constantly No compensation for contents of appear on the LCD screen and the LCD the recording finder. These points are normal in the Contents of the recording cannot be manufacturing process and do not affect compensated for if recording or playback is the recording in any way. not possible due to a malfunction of your • Be careful when placing the camera near a camera or recording medium, etc. window or outdoors. Exposing the LCD screen, the finder or the lens to direct Notes on image data compatibility sunlight for long periods may cause • This camera conforms with the Design malfunctions. Rules for Camera File Systems universal standard established by the JEITA (Japan Notes on batteries Electric and Information Technology Be careful when removing the batteries, as Industries). You cannot play back on your they may be hot after the camera is used for camera still images recorded on other long periods. equipment (DCR-TRV890E/TRV900/ Do not get the camera wet TRV900E, DSC-D700, DSC-D770) that When taking pictures outdoors in the rain or does not conform with this universal under similar conditions, be careful not to standard. (These models are not sold in get the camera wet. If moisture some areas.) • condensation occurs, refer to page 71 and Playback of images recorded with your follow the instructions on how to remove it camera on other equipment and playback before using the camera. of images recorded or edited with other equipment on your camera are not Back up recommendation guaranteed. To avoid the potential risk of data loss, always copy (back up) data to a disk. 4 5 1-1,

Getting started Introduction Identifying the parts

Checks the image after recording images See the pages in parentheses for details of operation. Recording still images: Playing back still images: Deleting images (DELETE): Captures images with your computer You can copy images onto your computer and view and modify images or attach images to e-mail on your computer using the supplied USB cable and application software. Viewing images using a personal computer: page 30 Recording still images for e-mail (E-MAIL): page 48 A POWER button/lamp (15) G Lens cap (supplied) Press and hold down this button Be sure to remove the lens cap for approximately one second to before recording. turn on the camera. H Finder window B Mode dial (18) (39) I Beep/shutter sound holes : To record in TWILIGHT mode J Lens Records a moving picture (MPEG Movie or Clip Motion) : To record still images according to your purpose K Jack cover: To playback or edit Recording moving images (MPEG images L USB jack (32) (34) MOVIE): page 26 : To record moving images M VIDEO OUT jack (61) or Clip Motion images N Tripod receptacle (bottom SET UP:To set the setup items surface) C Shutter button (19) (27) Use a tripod with a screw length of less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). You D Flash (24) will be unable to firmly secure the E Photocell window for flash camera to tripods having longer Selects the recording mode from various types of recordings screws, and may damage the according to your situation Do not block while recording with the flash. camera. Creating Clip Motion Files: page 51 Recording text documents (TEXT): page 49 F Self-timer (23) (27)/ O RESET button (75) Recording still images as uncompressed files (TIFF): page 50 AF illuminator (25) 6 8 Preparing the power supply

Installing the supplied batteries or an optional

battery pack Your camera operates only with the following batteries. • Two size AA alkaline batteries (supplied) • “InfoLITHIUM” (S series) battery pack (NP-FS11) (not supplied) • Two size AA nickel metal hydride batteries (not supplied) • Two size AA nickel-cadmium batteries (not supplied) The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack is recommended for longer operating times. Note Attaching the strap that in this Operating Instructions, “batteries” refers to size AA alkaline batteries. Batteries A Finder G DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF button Self-timer/recording lamp (red) (21) AE/AF lock lamp (green) H Zoom button (INDEX button /CHG (flash charge/battery during playback) (22) charge) lamp (orange) (24) I Hook for lens cap/wrist strap B MENU button (40) “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (not supplied) J OPEN switch C DC IN jack cover (12) (14) K Battery cover D DC IN jack (12) (14) L Access lamp (17) E Control button (18) (39) M “Memory Stick” cover F LCD screen Insert the battery pack with the v mark facing toward the battery compartment. 1 Open the battery cover. Open the cover while sliding the OPEN switch in the direction of the arrow. 9 10 1-2

Getting started

, 2 Install the batteries. Charging the battery pack (not supplied) Insert the two size AA batteries with the 3 and # ends facing as illustrated. Be You cannot charge the battery pack while your camera is turned on. Be sure to turn careful not to insert the batteries facing the wrong way. off your camera. 3 Close the battery cover. Pressing the batteries with the cover, close the cover firmly until it clicks into Battery pack (S series) place. DC IN jack (not supplied)cover To the wall outlet (mains) To remove the batteries Power cord Open the battery cover with the battery cover side facing upward and remove the (mains lead) batteries. Be careful not to drop the batteries when removing them. Power save mode When operating the camera with batteries, set POWER SAVE in the SET UP screen to ON to extend the battery life. The factory setting is ON (page 70). See page 88 for more information on power save mode. AC-LS1A AC power adaptor (not supplied) Auto power-off function If you do not operate the camera for about three minutes during recording or playback, the camera turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery. To 1 Insert the battery pack into your camera. use the camera again, press the POWER button to turn on the camera again. The auto power-off function only operates when the camera is operating using a battery pack. 2 Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the DC connecting cable to The auto power-off also will not operate when playing back moving images or the DC IN jack of your camera with the v mark facing up. playing back a slide show (page 60), or when a connector is plugged into the USB jack or the DC IN jack. 3 Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC power adaptor (not supplied) and then to a wall outlet (mains). * What is “InfoLITHIUM”? The /CHG lamp lights up when charging begins. When the /CHG lamp goes “InfoLITHIUM” is a lithium ion battery pack which can exchange information such as battery off, charging is completed. consumption with compatible video equipment. This unit is compatible with the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (S series). “InfoLITHIUM” S series battery packs have the mark. “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. After charging the battery pack Disconnect the AC power adaptor from the DC IN jack on your camera. NP-FS11 battery pack (not supplied) When you record images in an extremely cold location or using the LCD screen, the Battery remaining indicator operating time becomes short. When using the camera in an extremely cold location, When using an optional “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack, the LCD screen on the place the battery pack in your pocket or other place to keep it warm, then insert the camera shows the remaining time for which you can still record or play back images. battery pack into the camera just before recording. When using a pocket heater, take care not to let the heater directly contact the battery. This indication may not be entirely accurate depending on the conditions of use and the operating environment. Charging of 10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F) circumstances is recommended. When using size AA alkaline batteries, the remaining time is not shown. Note When you turn the LCD screen on and off, it takes about one minute for the correct battery remaining time to appear. 11 12

Battery life and number of images that can be recorded/played back Charging time

Still image recording* Battery pack Full charge (min.) SONY alkaline batteries NP-FS11 (not supplied)** NP-FS11 (not supplied) Approx. 180(supplied) Battery life Number of Battery life Number of Approximate time to charge a completely discharged battery pack using the (min.) images (min.) images AC-LS1A AC power adaptor (not supplied) at a temperature of 25°C (77°F). LCD screen ON Approx. 30 Approx. 600 Approx. 90 Approx. 1800 Using the AC power adaptor (not supplied) LCD screen OFF Approx. 60 Approx. 1200 Approx. 120 Approx. 2400 Still image playback*** DC IN jack SONY alkaline batteries (supplied) NP-FS11 (not supplied)** cover Battery life Number of Battery life Number of To the wall outlet (mains) (min.) images (min.) images LCD screen ON Approx. 60 Approx. 1200 Approx. 120 Approx. 2400 Power cord (mains lead) Approximate battery life and number of images that can be recorded/played back 640×480 image size, standard picture quality, no flash, and in NORMAL recording mode. ∗ Recording at about 3-second intervals with the power save mode off (when continuous recording, the power save mode does not operate effectively.) ∗∗ When using a fully charged battery pack at a temperature of 25°C (77°F). ∗∗∗ Playing back single images in order at about 3-second intervals AC-LS1A AC power adaptor (not supplied) Moving image recording SONY alkaline batteries Open the DC IN jack cover and connect the DC connecting cable to (supplied) NP-FS11 (not supplied)* the DC IN jack of your camera with the v mark facing up. LCD screen LCD screen LCD screen LCD screen Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC power adaptor (not OFF (min.) ON (min.) OFF (min.) ON (min.) 2 supplied) and then to a wall outlet (mains). Continuous recording Approx. 60 Approx. 30 Approx. 120 Approx. 90 Using a car battery Approximate recording time in 160×112 image size. Use Sony DC adaptor/charger (not supplied). ∗ When using a fully charged battery pack at a temperature of 25°C (77°F). Notes Using your camera abroad • The camera may not operate in an extremely cold location when using alkaline batteries. For details, see page 74. Even when using an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (not supplied), the battery life and number of images will be decreased if you use your camera at low temperatures, use the flash, When using the AC power adaptor repeatedly turn the power on/off or use the zoom. Be sure to use it near the wall outlet. If a malfunction occurs, disconnect the plug • The numbers of images shown on tables above are as a guide. The numbers may be smaller from the wall outlet. depending on conditions. • The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is limited. The above figures are a guide when you continuously record/play back while replacing the “Memory Stick.” • When LCD BACKLIGHT is set to BRIGHT, the battery life and number of images will be decreased. 13 14 1-3

Getting started Getting started

,

Setting the date and time 5 Set the numeric value with v/V on the

control button, then press the center z to When you first use your camera, set the date and time. If these are not set, the enter it. CLOCK SET Y / M / D M / D / Y CLOCK SET screen appears whenever you turn on your camera. After entering the number, v/V moves to the next D / M / Y item. 2001 / 7 / 1 12 : 00 OK If you selected [D/M/Y] in step 3, set the time on a AMCANCEL 24-hour cycle. OK Control button 6 Select [OK] with B on the control button, then press the center z at the desired moment to begin clock movement. CLOCK SET Y / M / D M / D / Y The date and time are entered. D / M / Y 2001 / 7 / 4 10 : 30 OK

PM

Select the item with CANCELOK vVbB, then set with the center z. To cancel the date and time setting Select [CANCEL] with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press the center z. Note 1 Set the mode dial to , , or If the rechargeable button battery is ever fully discharged (page 72), the CLOCK SET screen will appear again. When this happens, reset the date and time by starting from step 3 above. 2 Press and hold down the POWER button for approximately one second to turn on the POWER power. The POWER ON/OFF (CHG) lamp (green) lights up. ON/OFF(CHG) The CLOCK SET screen appears on the LCD screen. To change the date and time, set the mode dial to SET UP (page 69) and perform the procedure from step 3. 3 Select the desired date display format with v/V on the control button, then press the center z. CLOCK SET Y / M / D M / D / Y Select from [Y/M/D] (year/month/day), [M/D/Y] D / M / Y (month/day/year) or [D/M/Y] (day/month/year). 2001 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK

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4 Select the year, month, day, hour or minute item you want to set with b/B on the control button. CLOCK SET Y / M / D M / D / Y The item to be set is indicated with v/V. D / M / Y 2001 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK

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Basic operations B Recording Inserting the “Memory Stick” Basic operations How to use the mode dial

The mode dial switches the function which is used for recording, playback, or editing. Set the dial as follows before starting to operate your camera. : To record still images in TWILIGHT mode : To record still images : To play back or edit images : To record moving images or Clip Motion images Access lamp SET UP: To display the setup items (The SET UP position changes the settings of infrequently-used items.) 1 Open the “Memory Stick” cover. 2 Insert the “Memory Stick.” Insert the “Memory Stick” with the B mark facing toward the battery compartment as illustrated until it clicks. How to use the control button 3 Close the “Memory Stick” cover. When the menu is not displayed, the control button is used to perform the following operations.

Removing the “Memory Stick”

(v): Recording with flash Open the “Memory Stick” cover, then press the “Memory Stick” once lightly. (V): Recording with self-timer 7 (b): Checking the last recorded image Notes (B): Recording close subjects • Insert the “Memory Stick” firmly until it clicks, otherwise a message such as “MEMORY STICK ERROR” will be displayed. • Never remove the “Memory Stick” or turn off the power while the access lamp is lit up. • You cannot record or edit images on a “Memory Stick” if the erasure prevention switch is set to the LOCK position. When you select above functions with the control button while recording with the LCD screen turned off, the LCD screen lights for approximately 2 seconds and the Connector selected function icon appears on the screen. The LCD screen also lights automatically when the MENU button is pressed, but in this case the LCD screen does not turn off automatically. Erasure prevention switch Label space The position and shape of the erasure prevention switch may differ depending on the types of “Memory Stick” used. 17 18 1-4

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Recording still images 3 Press the shutter button fully down.

The shutter sounds. Still images are recorded in JPEG format. “RECORDING” appears on the LCD screen, and the image will be recorded on Before recording still images, press the POWER button to turn on the power and the “Memory Stick.” When “RECORDING” disappears, you can record the insert a “Memory Stick.” next image.

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∗ If the flashing AE/AF lock indicator changes to flashing slowly, the subject may be difficult to focus on (dark, poor contrast) or the subject may be extremely close. Release the shutter button, then focus again. The number of images you can record on a “Memory Stick” See pages 46 and 48 to 52. 1 Set the mode dial to or . Notes • When recording a bright subject, the LCD screen color may change after AE/AF lock, but this 2 Press and hold the shutter button halfway down. does not affect the recorded image. The image freezes momentarily, but is not yet recorded. While the AE/AF lock • When you press the shutter button fully down at once in step 2, the camera starts recording indicator z is flashing, the camera automatically adjusts the exposure and after the automatic adjustment is complete. However, the recording cannot be carried out while focus of the captured image. When the camera finishes the automatic the /CHG lamp (page 21) is flashing. (During this time, the camera is charging the flash.) adjustments, the AE/AF lock indicator z stops flashing, then lights up and the camera is ready for recording.* Holding the camera correctly If you release the shutter button, the recording will be canceled. Hold the camera so that your fingers do not block the flash and do not touch the lens portion when recording images. AE/AF lock indicator (green) flashes t lights up 19 20

Recording images with the finder Recording with the LCD screen

You can extend the battery time by turning off the LCD screen and recording using When recording with the LCD screen, align the AF frame in the center of the screen the finder. with the subject. Each time you press DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF, the status of the LCD screen changes as follows: See page 85 for a detailed description of the indicated items. The LCD backlight is turned on. AF frame (All the available indicators are turned on.) r The LCD backlight is turned on. (Warning messages are turned on.) r The LCD backlight is turned off. Checking the last recorded image (Quick Review) You can check the last recorded image by clearing the menu from the screen (page 40) and pressing b (7) on the control button. (You can perform this operation even when the LCD screen is off.) DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF To return to the normal recording mode: press lightly on the shutter button or press b (7) again. To delete the image: 1. Press MENU. 2. Select [DELETE] with B on the control button, then press the center z. 3. Select [OK] with v on the control button, then press the center z.

Indicators in the finder Using the zoom feature

Recording lamp (red) AE/AF lock lamp (green) Zoom button W side: for wide-angle (subject appears farther away) /CHG lamp (orange) Notes • You cannot check the entire recording range with the finder. Recording with the LCD screen is T side: for telephoto (subject appears closer) recommended when it is necessary to correctly understand the recording range. • Because of the difference of the portion of the finder and lens, use the LCD screen when you record a subject closer than1m(3 1/4 feet). • When [DEMO] is set to [ON] in the SET UP settings, you cannot turn off the LCD screen once If you cannot get a sharp focus on a close subject the demonstration starts. Press the zoom W button repeatedly and move closer to the subject until the focus is • You cannot turn off the LCD backlight when setting in SET UP and when displaying the menu. sharp. • You cannot turn off the self-timer indicators and some of the indicators used in advanced operations. • The indicators on the LCD screen are not recorded. Minimum focal distance to the subject W side: About 25 cm (9 27/32 inches) or more T side: About 80 cm (31 1/2 inches) or more To record even closer subjects, see page 53. 21 22 1-5

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, Digital zoom function Recording images with the flash This camera has a digital zoom function. Digital zoom enlarges the image by digital processing and it starts to function when The factory setting is auto (no indicator). In this mode, the flash automatically zoom exceeds 3×. strobes when the surroundings is dark. To change the flash mode, clear the menu (page 40), then press the control button v ( ) repeatedly so that the flash mode indicator appears on the LCD screen. The T side of the bar shows the digital zooming zone. Control button v ( ) Using digital zoom • The maximum zoom magnification is 6×. • Digital zooming deteriorates the picture quality. When digital zoom is not necessary, set [DIGITAL ZOOM] to [OFF] in the setup settings (page 69). Each time you press the control button v ( ), the indicator changes as follows. Notes (No indicator) ttt(No indicator) • Digital zoom does not work for moving images. Forced flash: The flash strobes regardless of the surrounding brightness. • Use the LCD screen when using digital zoom function. Digitally zoomed images do not appear No flash: The flash does not strobe. in the finder. • The AF frame (page 85) does not appear on the LCD screen. You can change the brightness of the flash with [ ±] (FLASH LEVEL) in the menu settings (page 42).

Using the self-timer To reduce the red-eye phenomenon

When you use the self-timer function, the subject is recorded about 10 seconds after Set [RED EYE REDUCTION] to [ON] in the setup settings, the flash strobes before you press the shutter button. recording to reduce the red-eye phenomenon (page 69). When [ON] is selected and Shutter button the mode dial is set to or , appears on the LCD screen. Notes Self-timer lamp • When [ISO] is set to [AUTO] in the menu settings, the recommended shooting distance using the built-in flash is 0.3 m to 2.0 m (11 13/16 inches to 6 feet 6 3/4 inches). When it is not set to [AUTO], the flash may be ineffective even if the flash level is changed. Control button • 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. • The flash effect is not obtained easily when you use forced flash in a bright location. • While charging the flash, the /CHG lamp flashes. After the charging is complete, the lamp Clear the menu (page 40), then press the control button V ( ). The (self-timer) goes out. indicator appears on the LCD screen, and about 10 seconds after you press the shutter • The flash does not function when recording moving images (excluding Clip Motion). button, the subject is recorded. The self-timer lamp flashes and the beep sounds after • When you record images in a dark place with the camera set to (no flash), the shutter speed you press the shutter button until the shutter is released. To cancel the self-timer becomes slow, so using a tripod is recommended to prevent shaking. recording, press the control button V ( ) again. 23 24

Recording images with the AF illuminator Recording moving images

The AF illuminator is fill light to focus on a subject easily under dark conditions. Set Moving images are recorded in MPEG format (page 38). [AF ILLUMINATOR] (page 69) to [ON] in the setup settings, appears on the To record moving images, press the POWER button to turn on the power and insert a LCD screen and the AF illuminator emits light when the shutter button is pressed “Memory Stick.” halfway. It keeps emitting light until the focus is locked.

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AF illuminator DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF Notes • If AF illuminator light does not reach the subject sufficiently or the subject has no contrast, focus will not be achieved. (Approximate distance up to 2.0 m (6 feet 6 3/4 inches) is recommended.) • In TWILIGHT mode (page 47), the AF illuminator will emit only when the flash mode is set to (Forced flash). • Focus is achieved as long as AF illuminator light reaches to the subject even if its light is 1 Set the mode dial to SET UP. slightly out of the middle position of the subject. • The AF illuminator is a very bright light. Although it is safe to use, avoid shining it directly into 2 Select [ ] (CAMERA) with v/V on the someone’s eyes at a close distance. control button, then press CAMERAB. MOVING IMAGE: MPEG MOVIE DATE/TIME: OFF DIGITAL ZOOM: OFF RED EYE REDUCTION: OFF AF ILLUMINATOR: ON PAGE SELECT 3 Select [MOVING IMAGE] with v/V on the control button, then press . CAMERAB MOVING IMAGE: MPEG MOVIE DATE/TIME: CLIP MOTION DIGITAL ZOOM: RED EYE REDUCTION: AF ILLUMINATOR:

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4 Select [MPEG MOVIE] with v/V on the control button, then press the center . CAMERAz MOVING IMAGE: MPEG MOVIE DATE/TIME: OFF DIGITAL ZOOM: OFF RED EYE REDUCTION: OFF AF ILLUMINATOR: ON PAGE SELECT 5 Set the mode dial to . 25 26 1-6

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, B Playback 6 Press the shutter button fully down. Playing back still images “REC” appears on the LCD screen, and the image is recorded on the “Memory Stick.” Sound cannot be recorded with moving images. POWER 7 Press the shutter button fully down again to stop recording. The recording stops. Or, the recording stops when the “Memory Stick” is full. For details on the image size, see “Setting the image size (IMAGE SIZE)” on page 45”. DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF

Using the self-timer

When you use the self-timer function, the subject is recorded about 10 seconds after you press the shutter button. Clear the menu (page 40), then press the control button V ( ). The (self-timer) indicator appears on the LCD screen, and the recording starts about 10 seconds after 1 Set the mode dial to . you press the shutter button. The self-timer lamp flashes and the beep sounds after The last recorded image (still or moving) appears on the LCD screen. you press the shutter button until the shutter is released. To stop the self-timer recording, press the control button V ( ) again. 2 Select the desired still image with the 640 control button b/B. 6/8

LCD screen indicators during recording b: To display the preceding image.

B: To display the next image. Each time you press DSPL/LCD ON/OFF, the status of the LCD screen changes as follows: all indicators on t indicators off t LCD screen off. 100-0028 20017410:30PM FILE BACK/NEXT These indicators are not recorded. See page 86 for a detailed description of the indicators. Notes Note • You might not be able to correctly play back images recorded with this camera on other If you remove the battery or otherwise turn off the power partway through a recording, the equipment. moving image recorded thus far is not saved. When the battery low mark E appears while • You cannot play back on this camera images larger than the maximum image size that can be operating the camera with batteries, stop the recording at this point before the batteries recorded with this camera. completely run out.

LCD screen indicators during still image playback

Each time you press DSPL/LCD ON/OFF, the status of the LCD screen changes as follows: all indicators on t indicators off t LCD screen off. See page 87 for a detailed description of the indicators. 27 28

Playing back moving images Viewing images using a personal

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You can view data recorded with your camera on a personal computer, modify and attach it to e-mail using application software. This section describes the method for viewing images on a personal computer using the supplied USB cable. There are two ways to make the USB connection, which are the normal connection DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF and the PTP connection (page 70). This is set using [USB CONNECT] in the setup settings. However, any OS does not conform to [PTP] as of March, 2001. Here , describes the way using the [NORMAL] setting. The factory setting of USB mode is [NORMAL]. The mode can be checked and set as follows. 1 Set the mode dial to SET UP. 1 Set the mode dial to . 2 Select [SETUP2] with v/V, then press B. The last recorded image (still or moving) appears on the LCD screen. 3 Select [USB CONNECT] with v/V, then press B. 4 Select the connection mode with v/V. 2 Select the desired moving image with the control button b/B. 6/8 The USB cable is used to connect the camera to a personal computer so that Moving images are displayed one-size smaller than operations can be performed on image files recorded in a “Memory Stick” from the still images. personal computer. b: To display the preceding image. In order to use the USB cable, a USB driver must be installed in the personal B: To display the next image. MOV 00001 20017410:30 PM computer beforehand. PLAY FILE BACK/NEXT Be sure to also refer to the operation manuals for your personal computer and the application software. 3 Select the center z to start the playback. The moving image is played back. 6/8 Notes During playback, B (playback) appears on the LCD • Data recorded with your camera is stored in the following formats. Make sure that applications screen. that support these file formats are installed on your personal computer. To advance or rewind, press the control button b/B — Still images (other than TEXT mode, uncompressed mode and Clip Motion): JPEG format during playback. — Moving images: MPEG format STOP REV/CUE — Uncompressed mode still images: TIFF format — TEXT mode/Clip Motion: GIF format Playback bar • Depending on your application software, the file size may increase when you open a still image file. To pause playback • When you copy the image to the camera from your computer, which was modified with a retouching software and was converted to another file format, the “FILE ERROR” message Press the center z on the control button to stop the playback. may appear and you may be unable to open the image. • Depending on your application software, only the first frame of the Clip Motion file may be To advance or rewind the moving image played back. Press the control button b/B during playback. Communications with your computer (for Windows only) To return to the normal playback, press the center on the control button. Communications between your camera and your computer may not recover after recovering z from Suspend or Sleep. • When connecting the camera to a computer, use a fully charged “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack

LCD screen indicators during moving image playback (not supplied) or the AC power adapter (not supplied). Do not use batteries.

Each time you press DSPL/LCD ON/OFF, the status of the LCD screen changes as follows: all indicators on t indicators off t LCD screen off. See page 87 for a detailed description of the indicators. 29 30 1-7

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Recommended computer environment Installing the USB driver

Recommended Windows environment Before connecting your camera to your personal computer, install the USB driver to the computer. The USB driver is included with the application software in the CD- OS: Microsoft Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows ROM which is supplied with your camera. Millennium Edition The above OS is required to be installed at the factory. Operation is not assured in an environment upgraded to the operating systems described Be sure to complete installation of the USB driver before connecting the above. USB cable. If you connect the USB cable first, you will be unable to CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or faster install the USB driver properly. The USB connector must be provided as standard. See page 80 for corrective measures if the USB cable was connected before installing Recommended Macintosh environment the driver and the driver software could not be installed correctly. Macintosh computer with the Mac OS 8.5.1/8.6/9.0/9.1 standard installation However, note that the update to Mac OS 9.0/9.1 should be used for the following models. For Windows 98/98SE/Me and Windows 2000 users •iMac with the Mac OS 8.6 factory pre-installed and a slot loading type CD-ROM drive •iBook or Power Mac G4 with the Mac OS 8.6 factory pre-installed 1 Turn on your personal computer and allow Windows to load. The USB connector must be provided as standard. Do not connect the USB cable in this step. QuickTime 3.0 or newer must be installed (to play back moving pictures). 2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your personal Notes computer. • If you connect two or more USB equipment to a single personal computer at the same time, The application software screen appears. some equipment may not operate depending on the type of USB equipment. • Operations are not guaranteed when using a hub. 3 Click “USB Driver Installation for Windows 98/98SE/Me and • Operations are not guaranteed for all the recommended computer environments mentioned Windows 2000”. above. USB driver installation starts. • Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft 4 Follow the on-screen messages to install the USB driver. Corporation in the United States and /or other countries. Your personal computer may restart. • Macintosh and Mac OS, QuickTime are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. 5 Connect the USB jack (mini-B) on your camera with the USB • All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registered trademarks of connector on your personal computer using the supplied USB their respective companies. Furthermore, “™” and “®” are not mentioned in each case in this cable. manual to the USB connector to the USB jack(mini-B) Push the USB cable connector in as Personal computer far as it will go. 6 Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camera, connect the AC power adaptor and turn on your camera. “USB MODE” appears on the LCD screen of your camera and the camera is set to communication standby mode. Your personal computer recognizes the camera, and the Windows Add Hardware Wizard starts. 31 32 7 Follow the on-screen messages to have the Add Hardware Wizard Viewing images recognize the hardware. The Add Hardware Wizard starts twice because two different USB drivers are When viewing moving images on a Windows system, RealPlayer, Windows Media to be installed. Be sure to allow the installation to complete without interrupting Player or other moving image playback applications must be installed. When viewing it. moving images on a Macintosh system, QuickTime3.0 or later must be installed. 1 Turn on the power of your personal computer and allow Windows or Mac OS to load. Notes 2 Connect the USB jack (mini-B) on the camera with the USB • Do not connect the USB cable before the USB driver installation is completed in step 4. connector on your personal computer using the supplied USB • In step 7, make sure that a “Memory Stick” is inserted into your camera before installing the cable. USB driver. Otherwise, you will be unable to install the USB driver. to the USB connector to the USB jack For Macintosh users (mini-B) • When using MacOS9.1 It is not necessary to install the USB driver. The Macintosh recognizes the camera as Push the a drive simply by connecting it to the Macintosh with the USB cable. USB cable connector in as • When using MacOS8.5.1/8.6/9.0 Personal computer far as it will go. Follow the procedures below to install the driver. 3 Insert a “Memory Stick” into your camera, and connect the AC 1 Turn on your personal computer and allow the Mac OS to load. power adaptor to your camera and then to a wall outlet (mains). 2 Insert the supplied CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive of your personal 4 Turn on the power of your camera. computer. “USB MODE” appears on the LCD screen of the camera. 3 Double-click the CD-ROM drive icon to open the window. 4 Double-click the icon of the hard disk containing the OS to open For Windows 98/98SE/Me and Windows 2000 users the window. 5 Move the following two files from the window opened in step 3 to 5 Open “ My Computer” on Windows and double click the newly the “System Folder” icon in the window opened in step 4 (drag recognized drive. (Example: “Removable Disk (E:)”) and drop). The folders inside the “Memory Stick” are displayed. • Sony USB Driver If the drive is not recognized, see “Troubleshooting” on page 75. • Sony USB Shim 6 When “Put these items into the Extensions folder?” appears, click “OK.” 7 Restart your personal computer. 33 34 1-8

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, For Windows Me and Windows 2000 users 6 Select and double-click the desired image file from the folder. For the detailed folder and file name, see “Image file storage destinations and The following procedures are recommended when disconnecting the USB cable from image files” on page 37. your personal computer or ejecting the “Memory Stick” from the camera while it is connected to your personal computer. Desired file type Double-click in this order 1 Stop the drive by clicking on the “Unplug/Eject” icon in the task tray. Still image “Dcim” folder t “100msdcf” folder t Image file 2 When the message appears confirming the safe removal of the hardware, Moving image* “Mssony” folder t “Moml0001” folder t Image file* disconnect the USB cable or eject the “Memory Stick”. Clip Motion “Dcim” folder t “100msdcf” folder t Image file image Software E-mail image “Mssony” folder t “Imcif100” folder t Image file • Depending on your application software, the file size may increase when you open a still image TIFF image file. • When you load an image modified using the supplied retouch software from your personal (uncompressed) computer to the camera or when you directly modify the image on the camera, the image format will differ so the “FILE ERROR” message may appear and you may be unable to open ∗ Copying a file to the hard disk of your personal computer before viewing it is the file. recommended. If you play back the file directly from the “Memory Stick”, the image • Depending on your application software, only the first frame of the Clip Motion file may be may break off. played back. Communications with your personal computer (for Windows only)

For Macintosh users Communications between your camera and your personal computer may not recover after

recovering from Suspend, Resume, or Sleep. Follow the procedure 1 – 4 on page 34. 5 Double click the newly recognized icon on the desktop. The folders inside the “Memory Stick” are displayed. 6 Select and double-click the desired image file from the folder.

Notes on using your personal computer

“Memory Stick” • Operation is not guaranteed if you are using a “Memory Stick” that was formatted with a personal computer, or if you used a personal computer to format the “Memory Stick” in your camera through a USB connection. • Do not optimize the “Memory Stick” on a Windows machine. This will shorten the “Memory Stick” life. • Do not compress the data on the “Memory Stick.” Compressed files cannot be played back on your camera. 35 36

Image file storage destinations and Folder File Meaning

image files IMCIF100 DSC0ssss.JPG • Small-size image file recorded in E-MAIL mode (page 48) Image files recorded with your camera are grouped in folders by recording mode. DSC0ssss.TIF • Uncompressed image file recorded in The meanings of the file names are as follows. ssss stands for any number TIFF mode (page 50) within the range from 0001 to 9999. MOML0001 MOV0ssss.MPG • Moving image file recorded normally For Windows Me users (The drive recognizing the camera is The numerical portions of the following files are the same. “E.”) – A small-size image file recorded in E-MAIL mode and its corresponding image file – An uncompressed image file recorded in TIFF mode and its corresponding image file – An image file recorded in TEXT mode and its corresponding index image file – An image file recorded with Clip Motion and its corresponding index image file Tips Folder containing still image, TEXT mode image The digital still camera saves recorded images as digital data. The format of the and Clip Motion image data saved data is called as the file format. The formats that can be used with this camera are as follows: Folder containing E-MAIL mode and TIFF mode JPEG format image data Most digital still cameras, operating systems of computers, and browser software adopt this format. This format is able to compress files without appreciable deterioration. However, if the image is compressed and saved on Folder containing moving image data repeated occasions, the image will deteriorate. This camera records still images using the JPEG format for normal recording. Folder File Meaning GIF format 100MSDCF DSC0 .JPG • Still image file recorded normally Using this format, the image will not deteriorate even if the image is compressed ssss • and saved on repeated occasions. This format limits the number of colors to Still image file recorded in 256 colors. This camera records still images using the GIF format in Clip – E-MAIL mode (page 48) Motion (page 51) or TEXT mode (page 49). – TIFF mode (page 50) CLP0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion file recorded in NORMAL TIFF format mode (page 51) Stores shooting images without compression, so the image does not deteriorate. Most of operating systems and applications correspond to this format. This CLP0ssss.THM • Index image file of Clip Motion file camera records still images using the TIFF format for the TIFF mode (page 50). recorded in NORMAL mode MBL0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion file recorded in MOBILE MPEG format mode (page 51) This format is very typical for moving images. This camera records moving MBL0ssss.THM • Index image file of Clip Motion file images using the MPEG format. recorded in MOBILE mode TXT0ssss.GIF • Still image file recorded in TEXT mode (page 49) TXT0ssss.THM • Index image file of still image file recorded in TEXT mode 37 38 1-9

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Advanced operations Before performing advanced Turning on/off the operation buttons (menu) on the LCD screen

operations This section describes the basic control methods that are frequently used for 0 “Advanced operations.” Press MENU to display/ clear the menu on the LCD screen. EV WB ISO

How to use the mode dial

Menu The mode dial switches the function which is used for recording, playback, or editing. Set the dial as follows before starting to operate your camera. You can perform this operation even when the LCD screen is off.

Setting up the items in the setup or menu

1 Set the mode dial to SET UP so that the setup screen appears, or press MENU so CAMERA MOVING IMAGE: MPEG MOVIE : To record still images in TWILIGHT mode that the menu appears. DATE/TIME: OFF : To record still images DIGITAL ZOOM: ONRED EYE REDUCTION: OFF : To play back or edit images AF ILLUMINATOR: ON : To record moving images or Clip Motion images SELECT SET UP: To display the setup items (The SET UP position changes the settings of infrequently- 2 When the mode dial is set to SET UP or : used items.) 1 Press v/V/b/B on the control button to select the item you want to set up. 2 Press the center z on the control button to enter the item. When the mode dial is set to , , or : Press v/V/b/B on the control button to select the

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When the menu or setup screen is displayed, the control button is used to select the setup is complete. 100O buttons, images and menu items displayed on the LCD screen of your camera and modify the settings. The operation methods that are frequently used for “Advanced operations” are described below. 39 40

Menu settings Item Setting Description

Menu items that can be modified differ depending on the positions of the mode dial. MODE TIFF Records a TIFF (uncompressed) file in addition The LCD screen shows only the items you can operate at the moment. Factory (REC to the JPEG file (page 50).MODE) settings are indicated with x. TEXT Records a GIF file in black-and-white (page 49). E-MAIL Records a small-size (320×240) JPEG file in When the mode dial is set to / addition to the selected image size (page 48). Item Setting Description xNORMAL Records an image using the normal recording EV +2.0EV to Adjust the exposure value (page 53). mode. –2.0EV ± HIGH Makes the flash level higher than normal. 9 ∞ (infinite) Sets the distance to the subject (page 52). (FLASH xNORMAL Normal setting. (FOCUS) 7.0 m LEVEL) LOW Makes the flash level lower than normal. 3.0 m 1.0 m PFX SOLARIZE Sets the image special effects (page 55). 0.5 m (P. EFFECT) B&W xAUTO SEPIA NEG.ART WB HOLD Sets the white balance (page 54). xOFF (WHITE xAUTO BAL) IN DOOR +2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. OUT DOOR (SHARPNESS) +1 The indicator appears (except when thex0setting is 0). ON Measures the brightness of the spot to be –1 (SPOT xOFF recorded (page 57). –2 METER) ISO 400 Selects the ISO film speed. When recording When the mode dial is set to (MOVING IMAGE is set to 200 under dark situations or recording a fast-moving MPEG MOVIE in the setup settings.) 100 subject, use a high-number setting. When you xAUTO record high-quality images, use a low-number Item Setting Description setting (except when the mode dial is set to ). EV +2.0EV to Adjust the exposure value (page 53). x1600×1200 Selects the image size when recording still –2.0EV (IMAGE (DSC-P50) images (page 45). 9 ∞ (infinite) Sets the distance to the subject (page 52). SIZE) x1280×960 (FOCUS) 7.0 m (DSC-P30) 3.0 m 1600 (3:2) 1.0 m (DSC-P50) 0.5 m 1280(3:2) xAUTO (DSC-P30) 1024×768 WB HOLD Sets the white balance (page 54). 640×480 (WHITE xAUTO BAL) IN DOOR xFINE Records still images in the fine image quality (P. QUALITY) mode. OUT DOOR STANDARD Records still images in the standard image ON Measures the brightness of the spot to be quality mode. (SPOT xOFF recorded (page 57). METER) 41 42 1-10

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, Item Setting Description Item Setting Description 320×240 Selects the MPEG image size when recording +2 Adjusts the sharpness of the image. (IMAGE x160×112 moving images (page 45). (SHARPNESS) +1 The indicator appears (except when the SIZE) x 0 setting is 0). –1 PFX SOLARIZE Sets the image special effects (page 55). (P. EFFECT) –2B&W SEPIA When the mode dial is set to NEG.ART xOFF Item Setting Description DELETE OK Deletes the displayed image (page 62). When the mode dial is set to (MOVING IMAGE is set to CLIP CANCEL Cancels deleting of the image. MOTION in the setup settings.) PROTECT – Protects images against accidental erasure Item Setting Description (page 63). EV +2.0EV to Adjust the exposure value (page 53). PRINT – Marks the print mark on still images (page 66). –2.0EV SLIDE* INTERVAL Sets the slide show interval. 9 ∞ (infinite) Sets the distance to the subject (page 52). x3 sec/5 sec/10 sec/30 sec/1 min (FOCUS) 7.0 m 3.0 m REPEAT xON/OFF 1.0 m START Starts the slide show. 0.5 m CANCEL Cancels the slide show. xAUTO RESIZE* 1600×1200 Changes the recorded image size (page 65). WB HOLD Sets the white balance (page 54). (DSC-P50) (WHITE xAUTO 1280×960 BAL) IN DOOR (DSC-P30) OUT DOOR 1024×768 ON Measures the brightness of the spot to be 640×480 (SPOT xOFF recorded (page 57). CANCEL METER) ROTATE* Rotates the still image (page 61). xNORMAL Selects the Clip Motion image size (page 45, (IMAGE MOBILE 51). OK SIZE) CANCEL ± HIGH Makes the flash level higher than normal. DIVIDE OK Divides an moving image (page 67). (FLASH xNORMAL Normal setting. CANCEL LEVEL) LOW Makes the flash level lower than normal. ∗ Only in single-image mode. PFX SOLARIZE Sets the image special effects (page 55). (P. EFFECT) B&W

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Quality Image size Moving image STANDARD FINE 1600×1200 (DSC-P50) Approx. 7 Approx. 3 – 1600 (3:2) (DSC-P50) Approx. 7 Approx. 3 – 1280×960 (DSC-P30) Approx. 11 Approx. 6 – 1280 (3:2) (DSC-P30) Approx. 11 Approx. 6 – 1024×768 Approx. 16 Approx. 10 – 640×480 Approx. 57 Approx. 23 – 320×240 – – Approx. 40 sec. 160×112 – – Approx. 160 sec. 1 Set the mode dial to , or . MOBILE (80×72) – – Approx. 200 NORMAL (160×120)*** – – Approx. 20 2 Press MENU. The menu appears. ∗ When MODE (REC MODE) is set to NORMAL. ∗∗ The maximum recording time in continuous recording 3 Select the desired image size from [ ] (IMAGE SIZE) and press ∗∗∗ When recording 10 frames per Clip Motion file. v/V. Still image sizes: Remaining number of recordable images (page 85) DSC-P50 The remaining number of recordable images is a guideline for when MODE (REC MODE) is set to NORMAL. The actual number of remaining images may differ depending on the recording 1600×1200, 1600 (3:2)*, 1024×768, 640×480 conditions. DSC-P30 1280×960, 1280(3:2)*, 1024×768, 640×480 Tips ∗ The image is recorded in the ratio of three to two to fit the printing paper size. Using this The size of the image is indicated by the pixel unit. The higher the number of pixels, the more image size, the margin of an image is not printed out. However, the slight amount of the information is included. So, an image that is saved using a large number of pixels is suitable upper and lower black portions are displayed on the LCD screen. for a large-format print and one that is saved using a smaller number of pixels is suitable for attaching to an E-mail. Normally, an image is recorded in the ratio of four to three to fit the Moving image (MPEG movie) sizes: monitor ratio. This camera can also record the image in the ratio of three to two to 320×240, 160×112 accommodate the most common printing paper size. This is the same ratio as the one used in photo-developing shops. Clip Motion sizes: NORMAL (160×120), MOBILE (80×72) 1600×1200 (4:3) 1600 (3:2) 45 46 1-11

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according to shooting adjustments, such as those for the focus, (E-MAIL) QualityImage size conditions (TWILIGHT iris, exposure, and white balance, as it STD FINE shoots. However, you may not be able to Mode dial: / mode) carry out your desired shooting 1600×1200 depending on shooting conditions. The In the E-MAIL mode, a small-size (DSC-P50) Approx. 7 Approx. 3 Mode dial: TWILIGHT mode provides you with image which is suitable for e-mail 1600 (3:2) near-optimum adjustments to suit your transmission is also recorded at the Approx. 7 Approx. 3 This camera has a preset TWILIGHT (DSC-P50)shooting situation. same time as recording a normal still mode. This mode is suitable for the image. (The size of the normal still 1280×960 Approx. Approx. night scene. image is set using [ ] (IMAGE (DSC-P30) 10 5 SIZE) in the menu settings (page 45).) 1 1280 (3:2) Approx. Approx. (DSC-P30) 10511024×768 Approx. Approx. 4 15 9 640×480 Approx. Approx. 46 21 3 Remaining number of recordable 1 images (page 85)Set the mode dial to . The actual number of remaining images Allows you to record bright 1 Set the mode dial to or may differ depending on the recording subjects in dark places without . conditions. losing the dark atmosphere of the surroundings. The shutter speed 2 Press MENU. To return to normal becomes slower, so we The menu appears. recording mode recommend that you use a tripod 3 Select [MODE] (REC MODE) Select [NORMAL] with v/V in step 3. to prevent shaking. with b/B, [E-MAIL] with v/V. 2 Record the image. 4 Record the image. To cancel the TWILIGHT mode Set the mode dial to . Notes • Set the forced flash when you use the flash in the TWILIGHT mode. • When using the TWILIGHT mode, the AF illuminator (page 25) emits when the flash mode is set to the forced flash mode. • You cannot record moving images in the TWILIGHT mode. 47 48 To return to normal Notes

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documents (TEXT) Select [NORMAL] with v/V in step 3. as uncompressed size selected by the [ ] (IMAGE SIZE) files (TIFF) menu (page 45). TIFF images are recorded Mode dial: Notes in [1600×1200] (DSC-P50) or [1280×960] • (DSC-P30) size other than when [1600 If the subject is not evenly illuminated, you Mode dial: / The TEXT mode is suitable for (3:2)] (DSC-P50) or [1280 (3:2)] may be unable to record a clear image. recording a document to emphasize its (DSC-P30) is selected. • Writing and reading data take more time Records the images without character by the black and white • Writing data takes more time than in than normal recording. compression, so the image does not normal recording. colors. The LCD screen also turns to • When the mode dial is set to , images deteriorate. Images recorded in this • The supplied “Memory Stick” (4 MB) black and white, and the image is can be recorded, but the image may be mode are suitable for printing with a does not have sufficient capacity to record recorded in the GIF format. bleached out or may be turned black. uncompressed images. • Remaining number of recordable images is high-quality image. The JPEG not displayed. (compressed) format image is also 1 • The number of recordable images is the recorded with the TIFF format image. 4 same regardless of whether [ ] (P. QUALITY) is set to STANDARD or 1 FINE. 4321Set the mode dial to . 2 Press MENU. 1 Set the mode dial to or The menu appears.3 Select [MODE] (REC MODE) 2 Press MENU. with b/B, [TEXT] with v/V. The menu appears. 4 Record the image. 3 Select [MODE] (REC MODE) with b/B, [TIFF] with v/V. The number of images that you can record on a “Memory Stick” (4 MB) 4 Record the image. in TEXT mode* The number of images that you can record on a “Memory Stick” Image size Number of images (8 MB) in TIFF mode is approx. 1. 1600×1200 (DSC-P50) Minimum 12 To return to normal 1600 (3:2) recording mode (DSC-P50) Minimum 13 Select [NORMAL] with v/V in step 3. 1280×960 (DSC-P30) Minimum 18 1280 (3:2) (DSC-P30) Minimum 20 1024×768 Minimum 26 640×480 Minimum 59 ∗ The maximum number of recordable images depends on the document condition, such as the amount of text portions. 49 50 1-12

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Mode dial: Image size Number of images Mode dial: / / MAKING "CLIP MOTION" Clip Motion is an animation function NORMAL (160×120) Approx. 20* Normally the focus is automatically that plays back still images in MOBILE (80×72) Approx. 200 adjusted. This function is useful when succession. The images are stored in the auto focus does not work well such GIF format, which is convenient for Before carrying out step 8, the ∗ When recording 10 frames per Clip as in dark places. creating home pages or attaching images are temporarily stored in Motion file images to an e-mail. memory. These images are not Notes 1 recorded on the “Memory Stick”, • You cannot change the image size partway 1,3 yet. through a Clip Motion recording. 6,7 7 Record the image for the next • Reading and writing data take more time than normal image recording. 2 frame. • Due to the limitations of the GIF format, 3 4 Image recording can be repeated the number of colors for Clip Motion 2,5,8 up to the maximum number of images is reduced to 256 colors or less. recordable frames. Therefore, the picture quality may 8 deteriorate for some images. 1 Set the mode dial to , Press z. • The file size is reduced in MOBILE mode, or . 1 Set the mode dial to SET UP. All the frame images are recorded so the picture quality deteriorates. The setup screen appears. on the “Memory Stick”. • GIF files not created on this camera may 2 Press MENU. not be displayed correctly. The menu appears. 2 Select [ ] (CAMERA) with To delete some or all the • All the frame images are immediately 3 Select [9] (FOCUS) with v/V, [MOVING IMAGE] with frame images while making recorded on the “Memory Stick” if the b/B, the desired distance B/v/V, [CLIP MOTION] with a Clip Motion recording mode dial is switched or the power is turned off. setting with v/V. v/V, then press z. 1 Press the control button b (7) in You can select from the following 3 Set the mode dial to . step 6 or 7. 6 focus settings: The recorded frame images are AUTO, 0.5 m (1 3/4 feet), 1.0m4Press MENU. played back in turn and stop at the (3 1/4 feet), 3.0 m (9 3/4 feet), The menu appears. last image. 7.0 m (23 feet), ∞ (infinite). 5 Select [ ] (IMAGE SIZE) 2 Press MENU, and select [DELETE To reactivate auto focusing with b/B, the desired mode LAST] or [DELETE ALL], then press . Select [AUTO] with v/V in step 3. with v/V. z 3 Select [OK], then press z. Notes NORMAL (160×120) When [DELETE LAST] is selected • Focal point information may not Clip Motion of up to 10 frames can in step 2, each time you repeat completely show the correct distance. Use be recorded. This is suitable for step 3, the recorded frame is the information as a guide. use on home pages, etc. deleted from the newest one. • If you shoot a subject within 0.5 m (1 3/4 feet) while the zoom is set to the T MOBILE (80×72) side, you cannot get a clear focus. In such Clip Motion of up to 2 frames can cases, the focal point information flashes. be recorded. This is suitable for Press the zoom W button until the use with portable data terminals. indicator stops flashing. 51 52

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macro exposure adjusts the exposure. If the color of the balance (WHITE image is too dark or bright as illustrated Mode dial: / / (EXPOSURE) BALANCE)below, we recommend that you adjust the Mode dial: / / exposure manually. When recording a Mode dial: / / The macro recording is used when backlighted subject or a subject in the zooming up a little subject, such as Adjusts the exposure value which is set snow, set it toward +, and when recording Normally, the white balance is flowers, insects. in the automatic adjustment. a dark subject with fully displayed on the automatically adjusted (AUTO). When LCD screen, set it toward –. you record with the shooting condition11Set the exposure fixed or under the specific lighting toward + condition, you can manually adjust the white balance. 2 2 1331Set the mode dial to , 1 Set the mode dial to , 3 or . or . 2 Clear the menu, and press 2 Press MENU. Set the exposure the control button B ( ). The menu appears. toward – 1 Set the mode dial to , The (macro) indicator appears 3 Select [ ] (EV) with b/B, the or . on the LCD screen. desired exposure value with You can record a subject as close 2 Press MENU.v/V. as about 3 cm (1 3/16 inches) from The menu appears.Adjust the exposure value while the lens surface with the zoom set checking the brightness of the 3 Select [WB] (WHITE BAL) all the way to the W side, or about background. with b/B, the desired setting 80 cm (31 1/2 inches) with the You can select values ranging from with v/V. zoom set all the way to the T side. +2.0 EV to –2.0 EV in steps of 1/3 HOLD EV. To return to normal Recording a single-colored subject recording mode Note or background Press the control button B ( ) again. If a subject is under extremely bright or dark AUTO (No indicator) The indicator disappears. situations, or the flash is used, the exposure Adjusts the white balance adjustment may not be effective. automatically Note Under fluorescent lighting When recording images in macro, use the LCD screen. If you record using the finder, IN DOOR (n) the range visible in the finder may differ • Places where the lighting from the actual recording range. condition changes quickly • Under bright lighting such as photography studios • Under sodium or mercury lamps OUT DOOR ( ) Recording a sunrise/sunset, night scene, neon signs, or fireworks 53 54 1-13

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, To reactivate auto adjustment 5 Record the image. Select [AUTO] with v/V in step 3. Enjoying picture Recording the date The date and time do not appear on effects (P. EFFECT) and time on the still the LCD screen during shooting. Tips image (DATE/TIME) These appear during playback The image is susceptible to lighting Mode dial: / / only. conditions. The image looks blue under Mode dial: / sunlight in the summer, and looks red You can digitally process images to under mercury lamps. Human eyes can obtain special effect. resolve these problems. However, the 1,4 camera cannot resolve the problem without making adjustments. Normally, 1 5 the camera adjusts it automatically, but, if2001the image appears in strange colors, we recommend that you change the white balance mode. 2 2,3 Notes 3 • If you select [DATE] in step 3, the date is imposed onto the image in the order selected with “Setting the date and time” 1 Set the mode dial to SET UP. (page 15). 1 Set the mode dial to , The setup screen appears. • The date and time are not superimposed or . onto moving images or Clip Motion 2 Select [ ] (CAMERA) with images. 2 Press MENU. v/V, [DATE/TIME] with B/v/V, The menu appears. then press B. 3 Select [PFX] (P. EFFECT) with 3 Select the date and time b/B, the desired mode with setting with v/V, then press v/V. z. SOLARIZE DAY & TIME The light contrast is clearer and the Imposes the date, hour, and picture looks like an illustration. minute. B&W DATE The picture is monochrome (black Imposes the year, month, and day. and white).

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metering function Playing back three or APERTURE VALUE : F2.2 Mode dial: / / nine images at once SHUTTER SPEED : 1/125 EXPOSCULRIPE VALUE : +0.0 TEXT Use this function when there is Mode dial: 100-0005 20017410:30PM backlight or when there is strong SINGLE DISPLAYYou can display multiple images on the contrast between the subject and the LCD screen at one time using the background, etc. Position the point you The image indicated by the yellow zoom buttons. want to record on the spot light- frame in the index screen is metering cross hair. 1 displayed in the middle of the triple-image screen with the 2 recording information. To display the other information, press the control button v/V. 3 The following marks are displayed on each image according to the 1 Set the mode dial to . image type and settings. 1 : Moving image fileSet the mode dial to , 2 Press the zoom W button : E-mail file or . repeatedly. : Print mark 2 The LCD screen display changes Press MENU. - : Protect mark as follows: The menu appears. TEXT: TEXT file • Single (single-image) screen 3 TIFF: TIFF fileSelect [ ] (SPOT METER) CLIP: Clip Motion file with b/B, [ON] with v/V. (No mark): Normal recording (no Position the point you want to settings) record at the spot light-metering cross hair. To display the next Record the picture when the 100-0001 20017410:30PM (previous) index screen FILE BACK/NEXT automatic adjustment has been Press the control button v/V/b/B. completed. To return to normal playback LCD screen • Index (nine-image) screen (single-image) • Press the zoom T button repeatedly. • Press the control button z. Note CLIP TEXT When viewing an image recorded in Clip Motion or TEXT mode on the index screen, Spot light- SINGLE DISPLAY the image may appear different from the metering actual image. cross hair Tips When the triple-image screen is displayed, To cancel the spot light- pressing MENU opens the menu including metering function [PRINT], [PROTECT], and [DELETE]. Select [OFF] with / in step 3. For details on these items, see pages 62, v V 63, or 66. To close the menu, press MENU again. The menu disappears and the recording information is indicated. 57 58 1-14

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Enlarging a part of • You cannot zoom moving images. Playing back the still playback

the still image (Zoom • You can zoom images recorded in TEXT images in order Press z, select [EXIT] with B, then and trimming) mode, but cannot trim them.• press z.Zoom scaling is up to 5× regardless of the (SLIDE) original image size. Mode dial: • The quality of enlarged images may be Mode dial: To skip to the next/previous deteriorated. image during the SLIDE 1 • This function is useful for checking the The original data is left even if you enlarge SHOW the image. recorded images or for presentations, Select b/B at the lower-left on the • The enlarged image is recorded as the etc. LCD screen, then press z. newest file. 3 • If you trim an image, the remaining 1 2,4 “Memory Stick” capacity will be Note decreased. The interval setting time may vary • If the remaining “Memory Stick” capacity depending on the image size. is not sufficient, you may be unable to trim 1 Set the mode dial to . an image. • You cannot trim to an image of 3:2. 3,4 2 Display the image to be enlarged. 3 1 Set the mode dial to .Zoom in/out the image with the zoom T/W buttons. 2 Press MENU. 4 The menu appears.Press the control button repeatedly to select the 3 Select [SLIDE], then press z. desired portion of the image. Set the following items. v: The image moves downward INTERVAL V: The image moves upward You can select from 1 min (one b: The image moves rightward minute), 30 sec (30 seconds), B: The image moves leftward 10 sec (10 seconds), 5 sec (5 seconds), or 3 sec (3 seconds). To return to the normal size Press the control button z. REPEAT ON: Plays back images in a To record an enlarged image continuous loop. (trimming) OFF: After all images have been played back, the slide show ends. 1 Press MENU after zooming. 2 Select [TRIMMING] with B, then 4 Select [START], then press press z. z. 3 Select the image size with v/V, The slide show begins. then press z. The image is recorded and the To cancel the SLIDE SHOW image on the LCD screen returns setting to the normal size after recording. Select [CANCEL] with v/V in step 3, then press z. 59 60

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(ROTATE) TV screen Deleting images 1 Mode dial: Mode dial: (DELETE) You can rotate the image recorded in Before connecting your camera, be Mode dial: W portrait orientation and display it in sure to turn off the TV. 2 landscape orientation. You can delete unwanted files. Set the TV/VIDEO 3,4,5 1 switch to “VIDEO”. In single-image or triple- image mode 1 Set the mode dial to , then display the index screen with 1 the zoom W button. 3,4 VIDEO connecting cable 2 Press MENU.(supplied) W The menu appears. 3 3 Select [DELETE] with b/B, 1 Set the mode dial to , and 2,4,5 then press z. display the image to rotate. 4 Select [ALL] or [SELECT] 2 Press MENU. to VIDEO OUT 1 with / , then press .Set the mode dial to . bBzThe menu appears. jack 5 When you select [ALL] 3 Select [ROTATE] with / , 2 In single-image mode: bB1Select [ENTER] with b/B, then then press . Connect the VIDEO Display the image you want to z press z. connecting cable to the delete with b/B. 4 All the unprotected images are Rotate the image clockwise VIDEO OUT jack of your deleted. or counterclockwise , In triple-image mode:camera and to the video select [OK] with v/V, then Press the zoom W button twice to input jacks of the TV. When you select [SELECT] press . turn to the triple-image mode. z21Select the images to be deleted Turn on the TV and start Display the image you want to with the control button, then To cancel rotation playback on your camera. delete with b/B. press z. The playback image appears on Select [CANCEL] with v/V in step 4, 3 Press MENU. To cancel, press z again. the TV screen. then press z. The menu appears. Repeat this step to select other Notes 4 images. Select [DELETE] with b/B in Notes The (delete) indicator • You cannot use a TV that has an antenna single-image mode, or with • You cannot rotate protected or (aerial) connector only. appears on the selected images. uncompressed images, or images recorded v/V in triple-image mode, • When viewing a still image on the TV, the in TEXT mode. then press z. black band may appear around the image. • You may not be able to rotate images 5 Select [OK] with v/V, then recorded with other equipment. • press z.Also, when viewing images on a computer, the image rotation information may not be The image (or the middle- reflected depending on the application positioned image in triple-image SET MENU TO NEXT software. mode) is deleted. 2 Press MENU. 3 Select [OK] with b/B, then press z. 61 62 1-15

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, To cancel deleting In index mode 3 Select [OK] with b/B, then Select [CANCEL] with b/B in step 4 Preventing accidental press z. or [EXIT] with b/B in step 5, then erasure (PROTECT) press z. 1 To release protection Mode dial: If you selected [ALL] in step 4, select Note Protects images against accidental [OFF] then press z. If you selected If there are files on the “Memory Stick” with W erasure. [SELECT] in step 4, select the images names having the same last 4 digits as the 2 to be unprotected with the control file name of the image to be deleted, these button. Select [OK] with b/B, then files are also deleted at the same time. 3,4,5In single-image or triple- press z. image mode 1 Set the mode dial to , then To cancel protection 1 display the index screen with Select [CANCEL] with b/B in step 4 the zoom W button. or [EXIT] with b/B in step 5, then

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press z. The menu appears. 2,4 3 Select [PROTECT] with b/B, then press z. 4 Select [ALL] or [SELECT] 1 Set the mode dial to . with b/B, then press z. 2 In single-image mode 5 When you select [ALL] Display the image you want to Select [ON] with b/B, then press protect with b/B. z. In triple-image mode All the images in the “Memory Stick” are protected. Press the zoom W button twice to turn to the triple-image mode. When you select [SELECT] Display the image you want to The frame of the selected image protect with b/B. turns green. 3 Press MENU. 1 Select the images to be protected with the control The menu appears. button, then press z. 4 Select [PROTECT] with b/B To cancel, press z again. in single-image mode, or with Repeat this step to select other v/V in triple-image mode, images. then press z. The - indicator appears on The displayed image (or the the selected images. middle-positioned image in triple- image mode) is protected. - The - indicator appears on the image. To release protection

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recorded still image resizing. to print (PRINT) disappears. size (RESIZE) • You cannot change the size of images recorded in TEXT mode, moving images, Mode dial: uncompressed images, or Clip Motion Mode dial: In index mode images. You can mark a print mark on still You can change the image size of the • The resized image is recorded as the images recorded with your camera. newest file. 1 recorded image. This mark is convenient when you • If you resize an image, the remaining have images printed at a shop that “Memory Stick” capacity will be 1 decreased. conforms with the DPOF (Digital Print W • When you change from a small size to a Order Format) standard. 2,6 large size, the picture quality deteriorates.• 3–5,7If the remaining “Memory Stick” capacity In single-image or triple- 2 is not sufficient, you may not be able to image mode 3,4 resize an image.• You cannot resize to an image of 3:2. 1 Set the mode dial to , then 1 display the index screen with the zoom W button. 1 Set the mode dial to , thenW2Press MENU. display the image of which The menu appears. you want to change the size. 3 2,4 3 Select [PRINT] with b/B, then 2 Press MENU. press z. The menu appears. 4 Select [SELECT] with b/B, 3 Select [RESIZE] with b/B, 1 Set the mode dial to . then press z. then press z. 2 In single-image mode When marking the mark, you 4 Select the desired size with Display the image you want to cannot select [ALL]. v/V, then press z. print with b/B. The frame of the selected image DSC-P50: turns green.In triple-image mode 1600×1200, 1024×768, 640×480 Press the zoom W button twice to 5 Select the images to be DSC-P30: turn to the triple-image mode. marked with the control 1280×960, 1024×768, 640×480 Display the image you want to button, then press z. The resized image is recorded. print with b/B. To cancel, press z again. 3 Repeat this step to select other To cancel changing the size Press MENU. images. The mark appears on Select [CANCEL] with v/V in step 4, The menu appears. the selected image. then press z. 4 Select [PRINT] with b/B in single-image mode, or with v/V in triple-image mode, then press z. The (print) mark is marked on the displayed image (or the SET MENU TO NEXT middle-positioned image in triple- image mode). 6 Press MENU. The menu appears. 7 Select [OK] with b/B, then press z. 65 66 1-16

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, To unmark selected print You cannot divide the Step 1: Divide the unwanted scene A. marks Dividing a moving following types of files: Select the images to be unmarked in image file (DIVIDE) • Clip Motion files1AMOV0002.mpgB3step 5 with the control button, then • Still image files press z. Mode dial: • Moving image files that are too short You can divide moving images to divide DIVIDE point To unmark all the print recorded in MPEG MOVIE mode. This marks is convenient when there is not enough The file number changes as Select [ALL] with b/B in step 4, then space on a “Memory Stick” or when follows when you divide a Step 2: Divide the unwanted scene B. press z. Select [OFF] with b/B, then attaching moving images to e-mails. file. MOV0004.mpg press z. If you divide the MOV0003.mpg The marks on all images are 1 file, the divided file numbers become13AMOV0005.mpg B unmarked. MOV0004.mpg and MOV0005.mpg, and MOV0003.mpg is skipped. The To cancel marking the print divided files are saved as the latest DIVIDE point mark 2 files. Select [CANCEL] with b/B in step 4 3–6 Step 3:Delete the unwanted scenes or select [EXIT] with b/B in step 7, A and B. 1 2 then press . MOV0003.mpgz 1 MOV0004.mpg MOV0007.mpgNotes Set the mode dial to and display the moving image13AMOV0006.mpg B• You cannot mark moving images, Clip DIVIDE point Motion images or images recorded in you want to divide. TEXT mode. 2 Press MENU. • If you mark an image recorded in TIFF DELETE DELETEThe menu appears. mode with a print mark, only the uncompressed image is printed, and the 3 Select [DIVIDE] with b/B, MOV0004.mpg Step 4:Only the desired scene JPEG image recorded at the same time is then press z, select [OK] remains. not printed. with / 1 2 MOV0005.mpgv V, then press z. • In E-mail mode, a print mark is marked on the normal size image that is recorded at 4 Play the moving image. 1 3 MOV0006.mpg the same time. If you press z at this time, c, Divided at the designated point C (frame forward, frame reverse), [CANCEL] and [EXIT] Notes appear on the screen. If you select To cancel file division • You cannot divide Clip Motion files. [c, C], you can finely adjust Press [EXIT]. The image playback • You cannot recombine divided files. the divide location using b/B. screen appears. • The original undivided file is not saved. If you select [CANCEL], moving image playback restarts and you To delete unwanted portions can reselect the divide location. 1 Display the portion of the moving 5 When you have decided the image you want to delete and press divide point, select [OK] then MENU. press z. 2 Select [DELETE] with b/B, then press z. 6 [OK], [CANCEL] and [EXIT] 3 Select [OK] with v/V, then press appear on the screen. Select z. [OK], then press z. The moving image file is divided. 67 68

SETUP 2 Changing the setup settings (SETUP) Item Setting Description

Set the mode dial to SET UP. The setup screen appears. You can set up the following LCD BRIGHT Selects the LCD brightness. items with the control button. BRIGHTNESS xNORMAL This has no effect on the recorded images.

DARK

CAMERA LCD BRIGHT Selects the brightness of the LCD backlight. Item Setting Description BACKLIGHT xNORMAL Lets you set the brightness of the LCD MOVING xMPEG MOVIE Records the MPEG movie (pages 26, 51). backlight to [BRIGHT] or [NORMAL]. IMAGE Selecting [BRIGHT] makes the screen CLIP MOTION Records the Clip Motion. bright and easy to see when using the DATE/TIME DAY & TIME Sets whether to insert the date and time into camera outdoors or in other bright locations, DATE the image (page 56). but also uses up the battery charge faster. xOFF BEEP SHUTTER Turns on the shutter sound only. (The shutter DIGITAL ZOOM ON Uses digital zoom (page 23). sound is heard when you press the shutter x button.) OFF Does not use digital zoom. xON Turns on the beep/shutter sound (when you RED EYE ON Reduces the red-eye phenomenon (page 24). press the control button/shutter button). REDUCTION xOFF OFF Turns off the beep/shutter sound. AF xON Uses when it is hard to focus on the subject VIDEO OUT NTSC Sets the video output signal to NTSC mode ILLUMINATOR OFF under dark situations (page 25). (e.g., Japan, the USA) (page 74).

PAL Sets the video output signal to PAL mode SETUP 1 (e.g., Europe) (page 74).

Item Setting Description USB CONNECT PTP Switches the USB mode (page 30). FORMAT OK Formats a “Memory Stick”. xNORMAL Note that formatting erases all the information recorded on a “Memory Stick”, POWER SAVE xON Set to ON to extend the battery life when including even erasure protected images operating the camera with batteries. (page 83). OFF When POWER SAVE is set to ON, the time CANCEL Cancels formatting of a “Memory Stick”. from when you press the shutter button until the image is recorded is longer than normal FILE NUMBER xSERIES Assigns numbers to files in sequence even if (pages 11, 88). the “Memory Stick” is changed. The LCD screen turns off while the flash is RESET Resets the file numbering each time the charging. “Memory Stick” is changed. DEMO xON/STBY Displayed only when you use the AC power / xENGLISH Displays the menu items in English. OFF adaptor. [DEMO] is set to [STBY] at the LANGUAGE /JPN Displays the menu items in Japanese. factory and the demonstration starts about 10 minutes after you have set the mode dial CLOCK SET OK Sets the date and time (Perform the to or . To cancel the demonstration, CANCEL procedure from step 3 on page 15). turn off the power. The demonstration will not start if the MOVING IMAGE setting is CLIP MOTION. Notes on [DATE/TIME] • The date and time do not appear on the LCD screen during shooting. These appear during playback. • The date and time are not superimposed onto moving images and Clip Motion images. 69 70 1-17

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Additional information How to prevent moisture

condensation On battery pack (not supplied) On “Memory Sticks” Precautions When bringing the camera from a cold place • Use only the specified charger with the to a warm place, seal the camera in a plastic charging function. “Memory Stick” is a new compact, portable bag and allow it to adapt to conditions at the • To prevent accident from a short circuit, do and versatile IC recording medium with a

On cleaning new location over a period of time (about an not allow metal objects to come into data capacity that exceeds a floppy disk.

hour). contact with the battery terminals. “Memory Stick” is specially designed for Cleaning the LCD screen If moisture condensation occurs • Keep the battery pack away from fire. exchanging and sharing digital data among Wipe the screen surface with a cleaning • Never expose the battery pack to “Memory Stick” compatible products. cloth (not supplied) or a LCD cleaning kit Turn off the camera and wait about an hour temperatures above 60°C (140°F), such as Because it is removable, “Memory Stick” (not supplied) to remove fingerprints, dust, for the moisture to evaporate. Note that if in a car parked in the sun or under direct can also be used for external data storage. etc. you attempt to record with moisture sunlight. remaining inside the lens, you will be unable • Keep the battery pack dry. There are two types of “Memory Sticks”: Cleaning the camera surface to record clear images. • Do not expose the battery pack to any general “Memory Sticks” and “MagicGate Clean the camera surface with a soft cloth mechanical shock. Memory Sticks” that are equipped with the slightly moistened with water, then wipe the • Do not disassemble nor modify the battery MagicGate* copyright protection surface dry. Do not use any type of solvent On AC power adaptor (not pack. technology. such as thinner, alcohol or benzine as this supplied) • Install the battery pack to the camera You can use both types of “Memory Stick” may damage the finish or the casing. • Unplug the unit from the wall outlet securely. with your camera. However, because your After using your camera at the (mains) when you are not using the unit for • Charging while some capacity remains camera does not support the MagicGate a long time. does not affect the original battery standards, data recorded with your camera is seashore or other dusty locations Clean your camera carefully. Otherwise, the • To disconnect the power cord (mains lead), capacity. not subject to MagicGate copyright salty air may corrode the metal fittings or pull it out by the plug. Never pull the protection. dust may enter the inside of your camera, power cord (mains lead) itself. If any problem occurs, unplug your camera ∗ MagicGate is copyright protection causing a malfunction. • Do not operate the unit with a damaged and contact your nearest Sony dealer. technology that uses encryption cord (mains lead) or if the unit has been technology. dropped or damaged.

Note on operating • Do not bend the power cord (mains lead) On internal rechargeable Notes

temperature forcibly, or place a heavy object on it. This button battery • Do not remove the “Memory Stick” while will damage the cord (mains lead) and may reading or writing data. Your camera is designed for use between the cause fire or electrical shock. This camera has an internal rechargeable • button battery for maintaining the date and Data may be damaged if:temperatures of 0°C and 40°C (32°F and • Prevent metallic objects from coming into time and other settings regardless of whether — you remove the “Memory Stick” or turn 104°F). Recording in extremely cold or hot contact with the metal parts of the places that exceed this range is not connecting section. If this happens, a short the power is on or off. This rechargeable off your camera while reading or button battery is constantly charged as long writing data. recommended. may occur and the unit may be damaged. — you use the “Memory Stick” in a • Always keep metal contacts clean. as you are using the camera. However, if • Do not disassemble the unit. you use the camera for only short periods it location subject to the effects of static

On moisture condensation discharges gradually, and if you do not use electricity or noise.• Do not apply mechanical shock or drop the •

unit. the camera at all for about one month it Do not attach any other material than the If the camera is brought directly from a cold becomes completely discharged. In this supplied label on the labeling position. to a warm location, or is placed in a very • While the unit is in use, particularly during • Attach the label so that it does not stick out damp room, moisture may condense inside charging, keep it away from AM receivers case, be sure to charge this rechargeable from the proper attachment location. or outside the camera. Should this occur, the and video equipment. AM reception and button battery before using the camera. • video operation are disturbed. However, even if this rechargeable button When you carry or store the “Memory camera will not operate properly. Stick,” put it in its supplied case. • The unit becomes warm during use. This is battery is not charged, you can still use the • Moisture condensation occurs not a malfunction. camera as long as you do not record the date Do not touch the terminals of a “Memory Stick” with your hand or a metal object. easily when: • Do not place the unit in locations that are: and time. • Do not strike, bend or drop the “Memory • The camera is brought from a cold location — Extremely hot or cold Charging method Stick.” such as a ski slope into a warmly heated — Dusty or dirty Connect the camera to a wall outlet (mains) • Do not disassemble or modify the room. — Very humid with the AC power adaptor (not supplied), “Memory Stick.” • The camera is taken from an air- — Vibrating or install a charged battery pack or new • Do not allow the “Memory Stick” to get conditioned room or car interior to the hot alkaline batteries, and leave the camera for wet. outdoors, etc. 24 hours or more with the POWER button set to OFF. 71 72 “Memory Stick”, , “MagicGate • Frequently using the LCD panel or Battery life PAL system Memory Stick” and are trademarks of frequently operating the zoom wears out • The battery life is limited. Battery capacity Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Sony Corporation. the battery pack faster. decreases little by little as you use it more Denmark, Finland, Germany, Great “MagicGate” and are • Be certain to turn the POWER to off when and more, and as time passes. When the Britain, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, trademarks of Sony Corporation. not taking shots or playing back on your battery operating time is shortened Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, camera. considerably, a probable cause is that the • We recommend having spare batteries battery pack has reached the end of its life. Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, handy for two or three times the expected Please buy a new battery pack. Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, etc. About “InfoLITHIUM” shooting time, and make a trial shots • The battery life varies according to how it before taking the actual shots. PAL-M systemis stored and operating conditions and battery pack (not • Do not expose the battery pack to water. environment for each battery pack. Brazil supplied) The battery pack is not water-resistant. PAL-N system What is the “InfoLITHIUM” battery Remaining battery time indicator Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay pack? • If the power goes off although the battery Using your camera SECAM systemremaining indicator indicates that the The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (not battery pack has enough power to operate, abroad Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, supplied) is a lithium-ion battery pack that charge the battery pack fully again so that Guiana, Hungary, Iran, Iraq, Monaco, has functions for communicating the indication on the battery remaining Power sources Poland, Russia, Slovak Republic, information related to operating conditions indicator is correct. Note, however, that the You can use your camera in any Ukraine, etc. between your camera and the AC power correct battery indication sometimes will adaptor (not supplied). country or area with the battery charger not be restored if it is used in high The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (not supplied) within 100 V to 240 V temperatures for a long time or left in a calculates the power consumption according AC, 50/60 Hz. Use a commercially fully charged state, or the battery pack is to the operating conditions of your camera, available AC plug adaptor [a], if frequently used. Regard the remaining and displays the remaining battery time in battery time indication as the approximate necessary, depending on the design of minutes. shooting time. the wall outlet (mains) [b]. Charging the battery pack • The E mark indicating there is little • Be sure to charge the battery pack before remaining battery time sometimes flashes you start using your camera. depending on the operating conditions or AC-LS1A • We recommend charging the battery pack in ambient temperature and environment even an ambient temperature of between 10°C to if the remaining battery time is 5 to 30°C (50°F to 86°F) until the /CHG lamp 20 minutes. goes out, indicating that the battery pack is How to store the battery pack fully charged. If you charge the battery Watching the playback picture on • Even if the battery pack is not used for a pack outside of this temperature range, you TVlong time, store it in a dry, cool place after may not be able to efficiently charge the fully charging it once per year and then If you want to view the playback battery pack. using the battery pack up on your camera. picture on a TV, you need a TV having • After charging is completed, disconnect This is to maintain the battery pack’s a video input jack and a video the AC power adaptor from the DC IN jack functions. connecting cable. on your camera or remove the battery • To use the battery pack up on your camera, The color system of the TV must be pack. leave the POWER to on in slide show the same as that of your digital still Effective use of the battery pack playback mode until the power goes off. camera. Check the following list: • Battery performance decreases in low- temperature surroundings. So, the time that NTSC system the battery pack can be used is shorter in Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, cold places. We recommend the following Central America, Chile, Columbia, to use the battery pack longer: Ecuador, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, — Put the battery pack in a pocket close to Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the your body to warm it up, and insert it in Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. your camera immediately before you start taking shots. 73 74 1-18

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Troubleshooting Symptom Cause and/or Solution

The picture is out of focus. • Your camera is not in macro recording mode when If you experience trouble with your camera, first check the following items. Should you shoot a subject that is about 3 to 25 cm (1 3/16 your camera still not operate properly after you have made these checks, press the to 9 27/32 inches) from the lens. reset button located on the bottom. (If you press the reset button, the date and time t Set the macro recording mode (page 53). setting is cleared.) Should your camera still not operate properly, consult your Sony t Press the zoom button to set to the W side. dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. If code displays (C:ss:ss) • The focus preset is selected. appear on the LCD screen, the self-diagnosis display function is working t Cancel the function (page 52).(page 83). The resizing function does • You cannot resize moving images, text images, Clip Symptom Cause and/or Solution not work. Motion and uncompressed images. The power is not turned on t Press and hold down the POWER button for Images recorded in TEXT • Light is not striking the subject evenly. if you press the POWER mode are blurry.approximately one second. t Adjust so that the lighting strikes the subject button. evenly. Your camera does not • The battery level is low (the E indicator appears You cannot record images • The mode dial is set to . work. on the LCD screen). in TEXT mode. t Set the mode dial to . t Replace the alkaline batteries or charge the You cannot display a print • You cannot display print marks on moving images, battery pack (pages 10, 12). mark. text images and Clip Motion images. • The AC power adaptor is not connected securely. The picture is noisy. • Your camera is placed near a TV or other t Connect it firmly to the DC IN jack of your equipment that uses strong magnets. camera and a wall outlet (mains) (pages 12, 14). t Move your camera away from the TV, etc. • The built-in microcomputer is not working properly. The picture is too dark. • You are shooting a subject with a light source t Disconnect and then reconnect all power behind the subject. sources after one minute. Then turn the power t Adjust the exposure (page 53). on and check that the camera works properly. • The brightness of the LCD screen is too low. Press the reset button located on the bottom t Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen using a sharp-pointed object. (page 70). Your camera cannot • You cannot record images while charging the flash. The flash does not work. • The flash is set to . record images. • The mode dial is set to or SET UP. t Set the flash to auto (no indicator) or t Set it to , or (pages 19, 26). (page 24). • No “Memory Stick” has been inserted into your • The mode dial is set to . camera. t Set the flash to . t Insert a “Memory Stick” (page 17). • The mode dial is set to , SETUP or (MPEG • The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set MOVIE). to LOCK. t Set it to . t Set it to the recording position. The date and time are • The date and time are not set correctly. The LCD screen does not • The power was turned off with the LCD screen set recorded incorrectly. t Set the correct date and time (page 15). light when the power is to OFF the last time the camera was used. turned on. Vertical streaks appear • The smear phenomenon is happening.t The camera retains the settings from the last when you are shootingatThis is not a malfunction. time it was used. If you turn the power off with very bright subject. the LCD screen set to OFF, the LCD is still set to OFF the next time you turn the power on. 75 76 Symptom Cause and/or Solution Symptom Cause and/or Solution The battery life is short. • You are recording/playing back images under Your camera cannot delete • The image is protected. extremely cold temperatures. an image. t Cancel the protection (page 63). • The battery pack is not charged enough. The power turns off • If you do not operate the camera for about three t Charge the battery pack fully. suddenly. minutes while the power is on, the camera turns off • Alkaline batteries or the battery pack is dead. automatically to prevent wearing down the battery t Replace the battery (page 10). (page 11). • You are not using the recommended batteries. t The auto-power off function (page 11) is t Use the recommended batteries (pages 10, 88). activated. Turn on the camera. The battery remaining • You have used the camera for a long time in an • The battery is discharged. indicator is incorrect. extremely hot or an extremely cold location. t Replace it with a charged battery or new Or sufficient battery • The battery pack is dead. alkaline batteries. remaining indicator is t Replace the battery pack with a new one The image does not • The video output signal setting of your camera is displayed but the power (page 10). appear on the TV screen. incorrect. runs out soon. (when using the “InfoLITHIUM” • The battery pack is discharged. t Change the setting (page 70). battery pack) t Install a charged battery pack (pages 10, 12). A file error occurs when • The image size is larger than 1600×1200 (DSC- • A deviation has occurred in the remaining battery you play back a file. P50) or 1280×960 (DSC-P30). time. t Fully charge the battery pack (page 12). The picture is • The camera is set to TEXT mode.monochrome (black and t Cancel TEXT mode (page 49). You cannot charge the • The camera is turned on. white). • P. EFFECT is set to B&W mode. battery pack. t Turn the camera off (page 12). t Cancel B&W mode (page 55). The /CHG lamp flashes • The battery pack is not installed correctly. during charging the t Install the battery pack correctly (page 10). battery pack. • The battery pack has malfunctioned. t Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. Digital zoom does not • The digital zoom cannot be used when recording a function. moving image with [MOVING IMAGE] set to [MPEG MOVIE], or the LCD screen is OFF. • [DIGITAL ZOOM] is set to [OFF]. t Set [DIGITAL ZOOM] to [ON] in the menu settings. Your camera cannot play • The mode dial is set to , , or SET UP. back images. t Set it to (pages 28, 29). The image and sound are • You are playing back the file directly from the interfered by noise when “Memory Stick.” you play back an image on t Copy the file to the hard disk of the personal a personal computer. computer and then play back the file from the hard disk (page 35). The image cannot be t Consult the personal computer or software played back on a personal manufacturer. computer. 77 78 1-19

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, Symptom Cause and/or Solution Reinstall the USB driver when using Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows Me and Windows 2000 Professional Your personal computer • The battery level is low. Perform all steps without skipping. does not recognize your t Use the AC power adaptor (not supplied) camera. (page 14). 1 Turn on your computer and allow Windows to load. • The camera is turned off. 2 Connect the USB jack on the camera and the computer with the t Turn on the camera. supplied USB cable. • The USB cable is not connected firmly. t Disconnect the USB cable, and connect it again 3 Insert a “Memory Stick”. firmly. Make sure that “USB MODE” is 4 Connect the AC power adaptor to your camera and then to a wall displayed on the LCD screen (pages 32, 34). outlet (mains), and turn on the power of your camera. • The USB connectors on your personal computer are connected to other equipment besides the keyboard, 5 Open “Device Manager” on Windows. the mouse, and your camera. For Windows 98, Windows 98SE and Windows Me users: t Disconnect the USB cables except for the ones 1 Open [Control Panel] from [ My Computer], then double-click connected to the keyboard, the mouse, and your [System]. camera. • The USB driver is not installed. 2 “System properties” is displayed. Click the [Device Manager] tab located at t Install the USB driver (page 32). the top. • [USB CONNECT] is set to [PTP] in the setup 3 Click [ Sony DSC] in [ Other devices], then click the [Delete (E)] settings. button located at the lower-right corner. t Set it to [NORMAL] (page 70). • Since the camera is connected to a computer with For Windows 2000 Professional users: the USB cable before installing the USB driver, the * Log in with the permission of administrator. drive is not recognized by the computer. 1 Open [Control Panel] from [ My Computer], then double-click t Delete the drive which is not recognized, then [System]. install the USB driver. For details, see the procedure on page 80. 2 “System properties” is displayed. Click the [Hardware] tab located at the top, No function works though t Remove the battery pack, then install it again then click the [Device Manager (D)] button. the power is on. after about one minute. If the function still do 3 Click [View] in [Device Manager], then click [Devices by type (E)]. not work, press the reset button located on the bottom using a sharp-pointed object. (If you 4 Right-click [ Sony DSC] in [ Other devices], then click [Delete (E)]. press the reset button, the date and time setting is cleared.) 6 After the message appears to verify that you delete the device, click “OK.” 7 Turn off the camera, disconnect the USB cable, and restart the computer. 8 Install the USB driver in the supplied CD-ROM to the computer following the procedure on page 32. 79 80

Warning and notice messages Message Meaning

The amount of light is not sufficient or Various messages appear on the LCD screen. Check the corresponding descriptions the shutter speed is too slow. (Mount the in the following list. camera on a tripod or otherwise secure the camera in place.) Message Meaning NO MEMORY STICK No “Memory Stick” has been inserted. SYSTEM ERROR Turn the power off and on again. MEMORY STICK ERROR • The inserted “Memory Stick” cannot be used with your camera, or is damaged. • The “Memory Stick” is not inserted correctly. FORMAT ERROR Failed to format the “Memory Stick.” MEMORY STICK LOCKED The write-protect tab on the “Memory Stick” is set to the LOCK position. NO MEMORY SPACE The capacity of the “Memory Stick” is full, and you cannot record images. NO FILE No image has been recorded on the “Memory Stick.” FILE ERROR An error occurred while playing back the image. FILE PROTECT The image is protected against erasure. DIRECTORY ERROR A directory with the same name already exists. IMAGE SIZE OVER You are playing back an image of a size that cannot be played back with your camera. INVALID OPERATION You are playing back a file that was created on equipment other than your camera. E The battery level is low or zero. Depending on the conditions of use or the type of battery pack, the indicator may flash even though there is still 5 to 20 minutes of remaining battery time left. CANNOT DIVIDE • The file is not long enough to be divided. • The file is not a moving image. 81 82 1-20

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Self-diagnosis display LCD screen indicators

Your camera has a self-diagnosis display. This function displays the camera condition on the The indicators during recording still images LCD screen with a combination of a letter and C:32:ss four digits of numbers. If this occurs, check the following code chart. The code informs you of the 8 90qaqsqdqf camera’s current condition. The last two digits 1 (indicated by ss) will differ depending on the min2 state of the camera. qg 3 SOLARIZE qh Self-diagnosis display 4 + qj • C:ss:ss 5 qk You can reverse the camera 6 ql malfunction yourself. • E: w;ss:ss 7 EV WB ISO Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. wa First three digits Cause and/or Corrective Action A Battery remaining indicator L TWILIGHT mode indicator C:32:ss • There is trouble with your camera’s hardware. B Flash mode/red eye reduction/ M Remaining number of t Turn the power off and on again. white balance/AF illuminator recordable images indicator/ indicator Self-diagnosis function C:13:ss • An unformatted “Memory Stick” is inserted. indicator t Format the “Memory Stick” (page 69). C Date/time/ISO number indicator • The inserted “Memory Stick” cannot be used with your N Remaining memory capacity D Sharpness indicator camera, or is damaged. indicator t Insert a new “Memory Stick” (page 17). E Picture effect indicator O Macro /focus mode 9 E:92:ss • You are using a battery pack that is not “InfoLITHIUM” F AF frame indicator compatible. G Spot light-metering cross hair P EV level indicator t Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. • You installed or removed the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack H AE/AF lock indicator Q Aperture value indicator when using the AC adapter. I Recording mode indicator R Shutter speed indicator t Turn the power of and on again. • A camera malfunction that you cannot reverse has occurred. J Image size indicator S Self-timer indicator t Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony K Image quality indicator T Light amount warning indicator service facility and inform them of the 5-digit service code. (example: E:92:10) U Menu and guide menu Pressing MENU switches the E:61:ss • A camera malfunction that you cannot reverse has occurred. menu on/off. E:91:ss t Contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and inform them of the 5-digit service code. (example: E:61:10) If you are unable to solve the problem even after trying the corrective actions a few times and when the camera is not reset even if you press the reset button located on the bottom, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. 83 85

The indicators during recording moving images When playing back still images

456745 67 81 min 2 120min 640STANDBY 1 11/12 3 8SOLARIZE 2 x1.3 + EV WB qa 3 9PLAY FILE BACK/NEXT A Battery remaining indicator G Remaining memory capacity A Protect/print mark indicator G Number of stored images in indicator “Memory Stick” B White balance indicator B Zoom scaling indicator H Remaining memory capacity Picture effect indicator H Macro /focus modeC9CFile name indicator indicator D Recording mode indicator D Recording mode indicator I Recording date of the playback I Self-timer indicator E Image size indicator image/menu and guide menuE Image size indicator J Spot light-metering cross hair F Recording time (maximum F Image number recordable time) indicator/ K Menu and guide menu Self-diagnosis function Pressing MENU switches the When playing back moving images indicator menu on/off. 123460min 320 6/8 0:12 DELETE PROTECT PRINT SLIDE 8

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A Recording mode indicator E Counter B Image size indicator F Playback image C Image number/number of G Play bar stored images in “Memory Stick” H Menu and guide menu (play/pause/fast-forward/ D Remaining memory capacity rewind) indicator 86 87 1-21

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Notes on Using the terminals with metallic objects, or Batteries place batteries in or near heat

sources. • Be sure to replace both batteries at

Power save mode the same time. In addition, do not

mix new and old batteries or different When operating the camera with size types of batteries such as alkaline and AA alkaline batteries, set POWER nickel metal hydride batteries. SAVE in the SET UP screen to ON. This increases the battery efficiency and life when recording still images. Batteries that can be used When POWER SAVE is ON • “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack • (NP-FS11) (recommended, not When recording with the LCD screen supplied) turned on, the LCD screen turns off while the flash is charging (while the • Size AA alkaline batteries (2) /CHG lamp flashes). • Size AA nickel metal hydride • The time from when you press the batteries (2) shutter button until the image is • Size AA nickel-cadmium batteries recorded is slightly longer than when (2) POWER SAVE is OFF. Notes • The focus is only aligned when the • When using size AA alkaline batteries, we shutter button is depressed halfway, recommend Sony Stamina alkaline even when auto focusing is activated. batteries. Other batteries may not bring out the full performance of the camera. Power save mode • When using the camera in low temperature • The factory setting is ON (page 70). environments, use the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (NP-FS11, not supplied). The • Power save mode is also effective performance of alkaline batteries drops when using an “InfoLITHIUM” significantly at low temperatures, making battery pack (NP-FS11, not use impossible. supplied), but in this case recording • Nickel metal hydride batteries and nickel- can be performed more comfortably cadmium batteries can be used, but the by setting POWER SAVE in the SET battery remaining time may not be UP screen to OFF. displayed correctly. • Manganese and primary lithium batteries cannot be used with the camera.

Handling precautions for size AA batteries

• The batteries may be hot immediately after using the camera. Wait until the batteries have cooled before removing them. • Remove the batteries when you will not be using the camera for a long time. 11-2-22 E,

DSC-P30/P50 SECTION 2 DISASSEMBLY

• This set can be disassembled in the order shown below. DSC-P30/P50 2-1. CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY (Page 2-1) 2-2. CABINET (FRONT) BLOCK ASSEMBLY (Page 2-1) 2-3. DD-158 BOARD 2-4. CHASSIS (MAIN) 2-8. JK-206 BOARD (Page 2-2) ASSEMBLY (Page 2-3) (Page 2-4) SERVICE POSITION 2-5. LENS BLOCK ASSEMBLY 2-9. DC JACK (DD-158 BOARD) (Page 2-3) (Page 2-4) (Page 2-2) 2-6. OPTICAL FINDER 2-7. ZOOM LENS 2-10. SY-66 BOARD 2-11. LCD MODULE (Page 2-3) (Page 2-3) (Page 2-4) (Page 2-4) SERVICE POSITION (SY-66 BOARD) (Page 2-5) Note: Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given. 2-1. CABINET (R) ASSEMBLY 2-2. CABINET (FRONT) BLOCK ASSEMBLY 6 Two flexible boards (CN501, 708) 1 Screw 3 Screw (M2) (M2) 3 Cabinet (R) assembly 1 Open the MS lid. 2 Screw (M2) 2 Two screws (M2) 4 Two screws 5 Cabinet (front) (M2) block assembly 2-1, 2-3. DD-158 BOARD 1 Two flexible boards (CN003, 004) 3 Screw (DIA. 1.7 × 4) 2 Two connectors (CN001, 002) 5 DD-158 board 4 Screw (DIA. 1.7 × 4) [SERVICE POSITION (DD-158 BOARD)] Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate Adjusting remote the adjustment remote commander. commander CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) Regulated power supply (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) 18 AC power1 AC IN adaptor DD-158 board Color monitor 2-2, 2-4. CHASSIS (MAIN) ASSEMBLY 2-6. OPTICAL FINDER 1 Two screws 1 Two screws (DIA. 1.7 × 4) (DIA. 1.7 × 4) 2 Optical finder 2 Chassis (main) assembly 2-5. LENS BLOCK ASSEMBLY 2-7. ZOOM LENS 4 Screw 1 Screw (DIA. 1.7 × 4) (DIA. 1.7 × 4) 6 Connector (CN702) 2 Screw (DIA. 1.7 × 4) 5 Lens block assembly 4 Zoom lens 2 Two flexible boards (CN101, 181) 3 Two bosses 3 Two screws 1 Flexible board (DIA. 1.7 × 4) (CN182) 2-3, 2-8. JK-206 BOARD 2-10. SY-66 BOARD 2 SY-66 board 3 Two flexible board 2 Flexible board (CN805, 806) (CN201) 1 JK-206 board 1 Four screws (M1.7 × 5) 2-9. DC JACK 2-11. LCD MODULE 6 LCD module 5 Two claws 4 Two claws 3 Light guide plate (1.5) block 1 Claw 2 DC jack 2 Ground plate (LCD) 1 Four screws (1.7 × 3) 2-4, [SERVICE POSITION (SY-66 BOARD)] • SIDE A Adjusting remote Zoom lens commander CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) Optical finder Regulated power supply (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) DC jack SY-66 board 1 AC power 18 adaptor AC IN JK-206 board Color monitor Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate Base the adjustment remote commander. Cabinet (rear) block assembly DD-158 board • SIDE B Adjusting remote commander SY-66 board CPC-9 jig Optical finder (J-6082-393-C) JK-206 board DD-158 board Regulated power supply (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) AC power AC IN adaptor DC jack Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) Color monitor cannot be used, because it cannot operate Zoom lens the adjustment remote commander. 2-5, 2-12. CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION SY-66 CAMERA PROCESS, LENS DRIVE, ( CAMERA DSP, VIDEO, MEMORY, SH DSP, CLOCK GENERATOR, USB I/F,DD-158 FRONT CONTROL, LCD DRIVE, ) DC IN, DC/DC CONVERTER, TIMING GENERATOR FLASH CHARGE CD-319 (CCD IMAGER) JK-206 (JACK) 2-13. FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION Strobo flexible block assembly Optical finder FP-054 FP-052 Zoom lens FP-053 FP-058 2-6 E,

DSC-P30/P50 SECTION 3 BLOCK DIAGRAMS

3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM

CD-319 BOARD SY-66 BOARD CAM SI, CAM SO, XCAM SCK JK-206 BOARD (2/3)(SEE PAGE 4-29)

LENS IRIS J201

METER

IC401 IC102 Y OUT Y OUT IC651 VIDEO OUT CCD IMAGER CCD OUT S/H, AGC, C OUT C OUT VIDEO OUT DATA BUS 12 A/D CONV. V OUT ON VIDEO AMP(SEE PAGE 4-6) (SEE PAGE 4-12) PANEL Y (SEE PAGE 4-18) PANEL R-Y IC301 PANEL B-Y

MMHMCAMERA

H1, H2 DSPIC101 (SEE PAGE 4-16) V1A, V1B, V2, V3A, FOCUS ZOOM TIMINGV3B, V4, VSUB CNT IC507 SENSOR SENSOR GENERATOR IC302 PANEL Y VR (SEE PAGE 4-11) EEPROM 16 DATA BUS 16 (SEE PAGE 4-21) PANEL R-Y IC80164M VG LCD901 IC182 (1/2) SDRAM PANEL B-Y LCD VB DRIVE + IRIS (SEE PAGE 4-17)

DRIVE

MSHUT ON COLOR (MECHA SHUTTER) 14 ADDRESS BUS 14 (SEE PAGE 4-25) IC804 LCDDRIVE MONITOR (SEE PAGE 4-13) IC802 LCD TIMING EVR GENERATOR (D/A CONVERTER) (SEE PAGE 4-26) IC186 (SEE PAGE 4-25) IC184, 185 BL LEV DRIVE– EVR(SEE PAGE 4-13) (D/A CONVERTER) PE DAC LEVEL 1, 2 D901 IRIS DRIVE (SEE PAGE 4-14) CNTC IC806 Q812, 814, 817 BACK LIGHT HALL+ HALL AD HALL AMP 16 BL ON BACK LIGHT BACK LIGHT IC504 CONTROL DRIVE (SEE PAGE 4-26) Z SENS RST Z SENS RST 16M V OUT ON F SENS RST F SENS RST FLASH ROM 20 (SEE PAGE 4-21) IC183 PE EN1, (SEE PAGE 4-13) ZOOM MOTOR PE DIR1A, PE DIR1B

DRIVE

PE EN0, 16 JK-206 BOARD (3/3) FOCUS MOTOR PE DIR1A, PE DIR0B IC505 (SEE PAGE 4-29) DRIVE 16M SDRAM IC601 D+ USB D+ (SEE PAGE 4-21) CN20212 IC501 USB DATA USB I/F OPTICAL VIEWFINDER BLOCK MC CAM, (SEE PAGE 4-22) D– USB D–

USB

IC182 (2/2) IC187 SH DSP

M OVF ZOOM OVF ZOOM (SEE PAGE 4-19)

DRIVE CONTROL 16 16 (SEE PAGE 4-13) (SEE PAGE 4-14) ZOOM OVF RST SENS OVF RST SENS 14 20 CN204

SENSOR

STRB ON MS DIO, MS BS, MS SCLK MS STRB AIN SOCKET IC781 TG CLK MC CLK CLOCK GEN.

DD-158 BOARD USB CLKX781 (SEE PAGE 4-22)

48MHz AU CLK FLASH UNIT T501 CHARGING HALL AD CAPACITOR ST 5V LCD DD ON LCD DD ON STB CHG XSTB FULL STRB ON BZ701 CAM 15V BUZZER BUZZER 15V BEEP BRIGHT STRB AIN IC001 PANEL 13.5V STB CHARGE

LEVEL

DC/DC CAM –7.5V XSTB FULLSENSOR CONTROL PANEL 3.2V (SEE PAGE 4-37) D 1.8V SYS DD ON CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK M 5V BATT SIG (SEE PAGE 4-23) + BL VO– DRY BATT DET1, 2A 3.2V IC402 XAE LOCK SW, XSHTR SW SHUTTER BATT SIG A 4.9V FRONT SWITCHBT901 S EVER 5.5V CONTROL BATTERY SYS DD ON ST 5V (SEE PAGE 4-24) TERMINAL DRY BATT DET1, 2 LCD DD ON XPB ON, XSET UP, MODE DIAL MODE UNREG SCK, UNREG SO UNREG SCK, UNREG SO DIAL – XPWR ON POWER

XRESET

EVER 5.5V IC403 ON/OFF J001 ACV UNREG INITIAL DC IN BATT UNREG RESET,JK-206 BOARD (1/3) VL 3V BACK UP VCC EVER B+ (SEE PAGE 4-29) (SEE PAGE 4-23) 05 BT201 D408 BACK UP VCC

LITHIUM

BATTERY ZOOM FUNCTION SWITCH KEY 3-1 3-2 CAM SI, CAM SO, XCAM SCK ADDRESS BUS ADDRESS BUS DATA BUS DATA BUS CAM SI, CAM SO, XCAM SCK KEY AD3 HI SI, HI SO, XHI SCK KEY AD0, 1,

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3-8. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM 1 FLASH UNIT

DD-158 BOARD T501 CN501

L004 Q019F001 Q501, 502 11 SWITCHING ST 5V XE-Aı BATT /XEXT J001 DC IN CN001 Q106 F002, 005 AF LED 5V 4 SENS-A2 ACV UNREG AF ILLUMINATOR Q007 Q067, 073 CN004 1 BATT/XEXT INIT CHARGE F005CHARGE BATT UNREG 3 ACV GND CONTROL D008 D002, 014 F003, 006 BATT /XEXT 13 D003 IC002 D009 D010 TO (SEE PAGE 4-36) Q001, 002 Q067, 073 L100 L013 L101 B POWER BLOCK 2 DC/DC EVER 5.5V 20 (SEE PAGE 3-17) SWITCH FAST CHARGE CONVERTER 21 CONTROL 60 IN 2- OUT 2n 35 A 4.9V IC001 DC/DC CONTROL D 3.2V 9 BT901 Q003 (SEE PAGE 4-37) 10

BATTERY

TERMINAL CN002 VCC2 41 CN003 + 6 BATT UNREG/+ L002 Q018, 021 Q024 L016 7 SWITCHING M 5V 24 OUT 6p 28 Q005, 006 OUT 6n 29SYS 4 DRY BATT DET1 DRY DRY BATT IN1 DD ON 57 CONT OUT 6s 18 3 DRY BATT DET2 BATTERY DRY BATT IN2 ACV UNREGVIN 6- 50 6DETECT 7 XCS DDCON 44 XCS BATT SIG BATT SIG L020 Q011, 014S5UNREG SO L006 L012 45 DATA D 1.8V 18 UNREG SCK VCC4 19 SWITCHING ı46 CLK 21 1 BATT GND/-– 2 OUT 3p 32 OUT 3n 47 33RST 48 LD ON VIN 3- 54 56 VCC1 EVER 3.2V 58 CH2UP Q013 D006 D007 L011 SWITCHING BL VO – 26 CN003 27 EVER 3.2V 15 SYS DD ON OUT 10 22 FAST CHARGE Q026, 02711 INIT CHARGE ON AMP IN- 4 CAM –7.5V CAM –7.5V TO 9 XCS DDCON AMP OUT 5 REG POWER BLOCK25UNREG SO IN 10- 3 Q010 TO (SEE PAGE 3-17) A 4 POWER BLOCK 2 UNREG SCK 3 SCPIN 10 EMERGENCY

C

(SEE PAGE 3-17) DRY BATT IN1 DETECT DRY BATT IN2 30 L005 Q017, 020 Q023 L014 BATT SIG 1 SWITCHING A 4.9V OUT 5p 38 OUT 5n 39 L008 OUT 5s 43 D 3.2V VIN 5- 52 L009 A 3.2V 28 VCC3 42 L021 Q012, 015 L007 L010 VCC5 20 SWITCHING PANEL 3.2V 16 OUT 4p 30 OUT 4n 31 VIN 4- 53 L017 BUZER 15V L001 Q016 D004 D005 L018 SWITCHING CAM 15V 8 Q032, 034 OUT 9 23 L019PANEL 13.5V PANEL 13.5V REG 12 IN 9- 80 SCP91Q029 SWITCH LCD DD ON 13 3-15 3-16 D011 D013 D012,

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3-9. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM 2

JK-206 BOARD (1/2) CD-319 BOARD

(SEE PAGE 4-29) SY-66 BOARDCN201 (1/2) CN703 (1/2) BT201 18 VL 3V 1 LITHIUM BATTERY Q102 – 105 D101 CN101 CN401FB113 3 VBAT VOUT 6 BACKUP VCC CAM 15V CAM 15V CAM 15V1 20 IC403 D102CAM –7.5V FB112 CAM –7.5V CAM –7.5V INITIAL RESET 18 3 CN704 BACK UP VCC EVER 3.2V 38 8 VRO (SEE PAGE 4-23) CS 4 26 (BATT IN) A 3.2V FB401 L401 15 BATT IN EVER 5.5V IC402 L183 7 VIN RESET56XRESET FRONT CONTROL L184 (SEE PAGE 4-24) IC401 25 SYS DD ON 31 SYS DD ON CCD BATT/XEXT 14 BATT/XEXT IMAGERIC184 IC185 IC186 IC102 IC101 FAST CHARGE (SEE PAGE 4-6)29 37 FAST CHARGE TO INIT CHARGE ON IRIS IRIS DRIVE EVR S/H, AGC, TIMING 31 36 INIT CHARGE DRIVE HALL AMP (D/A CONV.) A/D CONV. GENERATOR POWER BLOCK1AXCS DDCON (SEE PAGE 4-13) HALL BIAS/GAN (SEE PAGE 4-14) (SEE PAGE 4-12) (SEE PAGE 4-11)(SEE PAGE 3-15) 35 27 XCS DDCON UNREG SO CONTROL 36 28 UNREG SO (SEE PAGE 4-13) UNREG SCK 37 29 UNREG SCK DRY BATT IN1 9 89 DRY BATT IN1 OPTICAL VEWFINDER BLOCK DRY BATT IN2 10 17 DRY BATT IN2 CN182 L186 Q186 OVF SENS VCC FOCUS Q405 CAM DD ON 18 7 SENSOR BATT SIG BATTERY 78 BATT SI 39 CHARGE DETECTOR 79 BATT SO IC501 MC CAM, Q182 CN181L182 F SENS VCC FOCUS 33 ACV UNREG SH DSP D 3.2V 20 94 ACV SENS 34 BATT UNREG (SEE PAGE 4-19)

SENSOR

M 5V BUZER 15V 93 BATT SENS 30 D 1.8V 92 DD CON SENS Z SENS VCC ZOOM MS POWER ON 16 SENSOR Q703 704 BUZZER AMP D403 LENS BLOCK (SEE PAGE 4-23) LCD POWER 17 IC183 IC182 IC187 LCD DDON VOUT ON 25 27 21 LCD DD ON FOCUS/ IRIS OVF ZOOMD402 ZOOM (MECHA SHUTTER)/ CONTROL DRIVE OVF ZOOM (SEE PAGE 4-14) (SEE PAGE 4-13) DRIVE CN708 (SEE PAGE 4-13) D 3.2V IC301 5 CONTROL

SWITCH

CAMERA Q305 – 309 D 3.2V IC781 DSP IC651 BUFFER 10 BLOCK TO IC302 (SEE PAGE 4-18) POWER BLOCK 1 CAM 15V CLOCK GEN. (SEE PAGE 4-16) VIDEO AMP IC504 IC505 IC507 (SEE PAGE 3-16) C 32 (SEE PAGE 4-22) 64M SDRAM (SEE PAGE 4-18) 16M 16M EEPROM 26 CAM – 7.5V (SEE PAGE 4-17) L307 FLASH SDRAM (SEE PAGE 4-21) IC601 (SEE PAGE 4-21) (SEE PAGE 4-21) USB I/F JK-206 BOARDA 3.2V FB781 L501 L502 (SEE PAGE 4-22) (2/2) FB503 FB502 (SEE PAGE 4-29) FB304 L653 CN703 CN201L781 FB601 Q701, 702 (2/2) (2/2) D 3.2V D 3.2V D 3.2V CN2043 D 3.2V 16 MSıD1.8V D 1.8V

SOCKET

11 A 3.2V A 3.2V 15 M 5V M 5V 16 CN806 BL L D90113 BL VO– BL VO– 1 BACK LIGHT14 PANEL 3.2V PANEL 3.2V PANEL 3.2V 24 6 CN805 PANEL 13.5V PANEL 13.5V VDD 28 7 LCD901 CN705 Q804

COLOR

1 EVER 5.5V Q808, 810 LCD 2 D803 MONITOR TO 9 BATT/XEXT 9

VDDG

POWER BLOCK1BBATT UNREG(SEE PAGE 3-16) 11 12 D 3.2V D 3.2V 13 PANEL UNIT A 4.9V A 4.9V IC806 IC804 IC802 IC801 IC803 BACK LIGHT LCD TIMING EVR LCD VREF AMP, DRIVE GENERATOR (D/A CONVERTER) DRIVE VCO (SEE PAGE 4-26) (SEE PAGE 4-26) (SEE PAGE 4-25) (SEE PAGE 4-25) (SEE PAGE 4-26) 3-17 3-18 E

D408 L303 L306 FB301 FB302 Q311, 312 L803 L802 L801 L181 FB110 L102 L185 FB111 L101 FB114 L103

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DSC-P30/P50 SECTION 4 PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block) (For printed wiring boards) (Measuring conditions voltage and waveform) • : Uses unleaded solder. • Voltages and waveforms are measured between the • b: Pattern from the side which enables seeing. measurement points and ground when camera shoots (The other layers’ patterns are not indicated) color bar chart of pattern box. They are reference values • Through hole is omitted. and reference waveforms. * • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. (VOM of DC 10 MΩ input impedance is used) • There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram • Voltage values change depending upon input impedance isn’t mounted in this model. of VOM used.) • Chip parts. Transistor Diode 1. ConnectionC65445621541233312Pattern boxBE12332134512354321212143(For schematic diagrams) • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µ µF. 50 V or less are not indicated except for electrolytics and tantalums. L • Chip resistors are 1/10 W unless otherwise noted. kΩ=1000 Ω, MΩ=1000 kΩ. • Caution when replacing chip parts. New parts must be attached after removal of chip. Be careful not to heat the minus side of tantalum Front of the lens capacitor, Because it is damaged by the heat. • Some chip part will be indicated as follows. L=About 90 cm Example C541 L452 22U 10UH 2. Adjust the distance so that the output waveform of Fig. TA A 2520 a and the Fig. b can be obtain. Kinds of capacitor H Temperature characteristics External dimensions (mm) • Constants of resistors, capacitors, ICs and etc with XX indicate that they are not used. In such cases, the unused circuits may be indicated. • Parts with ★ differ according to the model/destination. A B A=BBARefer to the mount table for each function. • All variable and adjustable resistors have characteristic Fig. a (Video output terminal waveform) curve B, unless otherwise noted. • Signal name XEDIT → EDIT PB/XREC → PB/REC Color bar chart • 2: non flammable resistor picture frame • 1: fusible resistor Monitor TV • C: panel designation picture frame • A: B+ Line * • B: B– Line * • J : IN/OUT direction of (+,–) B LINE. * • C: adjustment for repair. * Fig.b (Picture on monitor TV) • Circled numbers refer to waveforms. * * Indicated by the color red. Note : The components identified by mark 0 or When indicating parts by reference number, please dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. include the board name. Replace only with part number specified. Note : Les composants identifiés par une marque 0 sont critiques pour la sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifie. 4-1 Yellow Cyan Green Yellow White Cyan Magenta Green Red White Blue Magenta Red Blue,

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4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM

12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

A CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK

S004 D001 S002

POWER CPC(FOR CHECK) MODE ON/OFFDIAL

BZ701 (POWER (GREEN)) S003 BUZZER (SHUTTER)

B CD-319 BOARD

CN101 20P CN401 20P CN805 24P GND 20 1 GND 1 TESTL CCD_TEMP 19 2 CCD_TEMP

C 2 COM CAM_-7.5V 18 3 CAM_-7.5V

3 VST GND 17 4 GND 4 VCK H2 16 5 H2 5 EN H1 15 6 H1 6 DWN RG 14 7 RG 7 VDD V3B 13 8 V3B 8 VSS V3A 12 9 V3A 9 VDDG V1B 11 10 V1BD 10 VSSG V1A 10 11 V1A

LCD901 11 CS V4 9 12 V4

12 WIDE V2 8 13 V2

PANEL UNIT 13 HST VSHT 7 14 VSHT

14 REF VSUB_CONT 6 15 VSUB_CONT 15 SDUT GND 5 16 GND 16 CRext GND 4 17 GND 17 HCK2 CCD_OUT 3 18 CCD_OUT

E 18 HCK1 GND 2 19 GND

19 PSIG CAM_15V 1 20 CAM_15V 20 G 21 R S251 22 B CONTROL

CCD IMAGER

23 RGT 24 TESTR D251 CN181 20P

F (SELF TIMER/REC(RED)) ZOOM_B 1

ZOOM_A 2 CN806 6P ZOOM_B36PANEL_3.2V ZOOM_A 4 D252 5 NC S252 SY-66 BOARD Z_SENS_GND 5

D901 (AE LOCK(GREEN))MENU4 BL_FB Z_SENS_RST 6 BACK LIGHT 3 BL_H Z_SENS_VCC 7

2 NC BIAS+ 8 S253

G 1 BL_L DISPLAY HALL+ 9D253

(FLASH/CHARGE(AMBER)) BIAS- 10 LENZ UNIT HALL- 11 DRIVE+ 12 S261 ZOOM(W) DRIVE- 13 FOCUS_B 14 CN204 10P CN201 18P CN703 18P FOCUS_A 15 1 VSS VL_3V 18 1 VL_3V FOCUS_B 16 2 BS REG_GND 17 2 REG_GND S262

H ZOOM(T) FOCUS_A 173 VCC MS_VCC 16 3 MS_VCC

1 F_SENS_GND 18 4 DIO MS_SCLK 15 4 MS_SCLK BT201 F_SENS_RST 19

MEMORY STICK 5 N.C (LITHIUM BATTERY) XMS_IN 14 5 XMS_IN F_SENS_VCC 20

6 INT MS_DIO 13 6 MS_DIO 7 N.C MS_BS 12 7 MS_BS 8 SCLK REG_GND 11 8 REG_GND

FP-053

9 VCC ACCESS_LED 10 9 ACCESS_LED

FLEXIBLE

10 VSS XRESET 9 10 XRESET CN182 8P

I REG_GND 8 11 REG_GND OVF_A 1

CN202 5P AV_JACK_IN 7 12 AV_JACK_IN OVF_A21VCC V_OUT 6 13 V_OUT OVF_B32D- USB_JACK_IN 5 14 USB_JACK_IN OVF_B 4 OPTICAL VIEW USB 3 D+ REG_GND 4 15 REG_GND OVF_SENS_GND54ID FINEDER D- 3 16 D- OVF_SENS_RST65GND D+ 2 17 D+ OVF_SENS_VCC 7 D214 REG_GND 1 18 REG_GND NC 8

J S201 (ACCESS LED(RED))

J201 RESET VIDEO OUT

JK-206 BOARD K FP-052 FLEXIBLE

J001 CN001 3P DC IN BATT/XEXT 1 ACV_UNREG 2

L ACV_GND 3

CN002 7P BATT_UNREG/+ 7 BATT_UNREG/+ 6 BATT_SIG 5 BT901 DRY_BATT_DET1 4 BATTERY TERMINL

M DD-158 BOARD DRY_BATT_DET2 3

BATT_GND/- 2 (DRY BATTERY)

FLASH UNIT BATT_GND/- 1 FRAME

4-3 4-4 CN501 33P 33 XE_K 32 XE_K 31 XE_K 30 XE_K 29 XE_K 28 XE_K 27 N.C. 26 N.C. 25 N.C. 24 N.C. 23 TRIGGER 22 TRIGGER 21 TRIGGER 20 N.C. 19 N.C. 18 N.C. 17 N.C. 16 XE_A 15 XE_A 14 XE_A 13 XE_A 12 XE_A 11 XE_A 10 N.C. 9 N.C. 8 N.C. 7 N.C. 6 PHOTO_C 5 PHOTO_E 4 SENS_A 3 SENS_A 2 SENS_K 1 SENS_K CN003 39P CN704 39P BATT_SIG 1 39 BATT_SIG EVER_3.2V 2 38 EVER_3.2V UNREG_SCK 3 37 UNREG_SCK UNREG_SO 4 36 UNREG_SO XCS_DDCON 5 35 XCS_DDCON ACV_UNREG 6 34 ACV_UNREG ACV_UNREG 7 33 ACV_UNREG CAM_15V 8 32 CAM_15V INIT_CHARGE 9 31 INIT_CHARGE CN706 18P BUZER_15V 10 30 BUZER_15V BL_L1 1 FAST_CHARGE 11 29 FAST_CHARGE Y_OUT 2 PANEL_13.5V 12 28 PANEL_13.5V C_OUT 3 LCD_DD_ON 13 27 LCD_DD_ON REG_GND 4 CAM_-7.5V 14 26 CAM_-7.5V CPC_IN 5 SYS_DD_ON 15 25 SYS_DD_ON BL_L2 6 PANEL_3.2V 16 24 PANEL_3.2V HSY 7 CAM_DD_ON 17 23 CAM_DD_ON PANEL_COM 8 D_1.8V 18 22 D_1.8V VG 9 D_1.8V 19 21 D_1.8V UNREG 10 D_1.8V 20 20 D_1.8V LANC_IN 11 D_1.8V 21 19 D_1.8V LANC_OUT 12 XPRELAMP_AF_LED 22 18 XPRELAMP_AF_LED MAKER_RECOG 13 XPRELAMP_AF_LED 23 17 XPRELAMP_AF_LED RF7(N.C.) 14 M_5V 24 16 M_5V TXD(N.C.) 15 M_5V 25 15 M_5V RXD(N.C.) 16 BL_VO- 26 14 BL_VO- RESET(N.C.) 17 BL_VO- 27 13 BL_VO- VDD(N.C.) 18 A_3.2V 28 12 A_3.2V A_3.2V 29 11 A_3.2V DRY_BATT_IN2 30 10 DRY_BATT_IN2 DRY_BATT_IN1 31 9 DRY_BATT_IN1 REG_GND 32 8 REG_GND REG_GND 33 7 REG_GND REG_GND 34 6 REG_GND REG_GND 35 5 REG_GND REG_GND 36 4 REG_GND CN702 2P REG_GND 37 3 REG_GND BEEP_OUT 1 REG_GND 38 2 REG_GND REG_GND 2 REG_GND 39 1 REG_GND CN004 21P CN705 21P REG_GND 1 21 REG_GND REG_GND 2 20 REG_GND REG_GND 3 19 REG_GND REG_GND 4 18 REG_GND CN708 14P REG_GND 5 17 REG_GND XSETUP_ON 1 REG_GND 6 16 REG_GND XMOVIE_ON 2 REG_GND 7 15 REG_GND XPB_ON 3 REG_GND 8 14 REG_GND MODE_DIAL 4 D_3.2V 9 13 D_3.2V D_3.2V 5 D_3.2V 10 12 D_3.2V N.C. 6 BATT_UNREG 11 11 BATT_UNREG REG_GND 7 A_4.9V 12 10 A_4.9V N.C. 8 BATT/XEXT 13 9 BATT/XEXT XPWR_LED_ON 9 REG_GND 14 8 REG_GND D_3.2V 10 STRB_ON 15 7 STRB_ON XPWR_ON 11 STRB_AIN 16 6 STRB_AIN XSHTR_ON 12 STRB_CHG 17 5 STRB_CHG REG_GND 13 XSTRB_FULL 18 4 XSTRB_FULL XAE_LOCK_SW 14 STRB_PHOTO_ON 19 3 STRB_PHOTO_ON EVER_5.5V 20 2 EVER_5.5V EVER_5.5V 21 1 EVER_5.5V

FP-054 FLEXIBLE FP-058 FLEXIBLE

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4-2. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS

CD-319 (CCD IMAGER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-41 for waveforms.

– Ref. No.: CD-319 board; 2,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • :Uses unleaded solder. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. • See page 4-44 for printed parts location. • Chip transistor

C

BE123456789

CD-319 BOARD A CCD IMAGER

-REF.NO.:2,000 SERIES- XX MARK:NO MOUNT Q402L401 2SC4178-F13F14-T1 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE SIGNAL PATH 100uH BUFFER R:REC MODE R14.9/P0 P:PB MODE VIDEO R9.9/ SIGNAL P0 R4070

B Y/CHROMA C409

10p C410

XX

REC C4070.1u R406 R-7.2/P0 R9.9/P0 3300 CN401 20P12345678CAM_15V 20 IC401 GND 19 CCD IMAGER CCD_OUT 18 IC401 3

C GND 17 ICX284AQ-13 :P50 1 2ICX202BQ-13 :P30

GND 16 VSUB_CONT 1554VSHT 1412D401 6V2 13 MA111-(K8).S0SY-66 BOARD (1/8) *R409 CN101 V4 12 22:P50 3 *R402,403 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 47:P30V1A 11 15:P50 R402THROUGH THE 33:P30 * R1.6/P0 R14.9/P0 FP-054 FLEXIBLE V1B 10

D R403 * R1.5/P0(SEE PAGE 4-11) V3A 9 *R405220k:P50

V3B 8 1M:P30 R401 150 RG 7 C411 C404 H1 6 1u FB401 0.1u C412 C413 H2 5 2200p 0.1u R404 GND 4 *R404 C408 2.2k:P50 * 0.1u P50 CAM_-7.5V 3 TH401 * 6.8k:P30 R7.6/P0 P30 CCD_TEMP 2 C401 C402 C414 0

E XXGND 1 R410 P50 3.3u 10u35V 16V R408 Q40115 XX UN9213J-(K8).SO

6 *TH401 SWITCH(CCD TEMP.SENSOR) C403 C406 CL401 0.01u 0.1u 05 16V54

Precautions for Replacement of CCD Imager

• The CD-319 board mounted as a repair part is not equipped with a CCD imager.

When replacing this board, remove the CCD imager from the

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

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

nor exposed to strong light.

CCD IMAGER

4-5 4-6 CD-319 H2 V4 H1 C405 V3A 0.1u RG R-7.2/P0 R13.1/P0 V3BVL R-7.2/P0 R-7.4/P0 V2CSUB R-0.3/P0 R409 R7.6/P0 V1A * VSHT R-0.3/P0 R405 R7.3/P0 V1B * GND R-0.3/P0

GND VDD VOUT

R9.3/P0,

DSC-P30/P50

JK-206 (JACK) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref. No.: JK-206 board; 2,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • :Uses unleaded solder. BT201 • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model BATTERY, is printed on this diagram. ( ( • See page 4-44 for printed parts location. LITHIUM SECONDARY

A

KKKK

A

(MS SOCKET) AAKKKK

USB RESET

VIDEO OUT (ACCESS)

JACK

JK-206 4-27 4-28,

DSC-P30/P50 JK-206 (JACK) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-27 printed wiring board.

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JK-206 BOARD A JACK

CN204 10P -REF.NO.:2,000 SERIES- (MS SOCKET)

XX MARK:NO MOUNT D214 1 VSS

CL-270HR-C-TS 2 BS (ACCESS LED(RED)) MS_BS 3 VCC MS_DIO 4 DIO R213

B 820 5 N.CXMS_IN

6 INT 7 N.C MS_SCLK 8 SCLK BT201 MS_VCC CN201 18P R21433 (LITHIUM BATTERY) 9 VCCC204 VL_3V 18 0.1u 10 VSS REG_GND 17 MS_VCC MS_VCC 16 C205C203 D213 XX MS_SCLK MS_SCLK 15 LND202 XX MA111-(K8).S0

C XMS_IN FB205XMS_IN 14 STATIC_GND

MS_DIO MS_DIO 13 MS_BS MS_BS 12 S201 SY-66 BOARD (7/8) RESETREG_GND 1121CN703 ACCESS_LED 10 THROUGH THE FP-053 FLEXIBLE XRESET94R202 3 (SEE PAGE 4-24) REG_GND 8 1k

D AV_JACK_IN 7 FB201 J201

V_OUT 6 VIDEO USB_JACK_IN 5 OUT FB202 REG_GND 4 D- 3 D206 D+ 2 MA111-(K8).S0C202

XX

REG_GND 1 D210 MAZT082H08S0 D209 MAZT082H08S0

E SIGNAL PATH

R212 100k

VIDEO SIGNAL LF203 CN202 5P

R20121150k 1 VCC

Y/CHROMA342D-

213D+ USB

REC344ID

LF204

F 5 GNDPB

C201 FB204XX

XX

D201 MAZT082H08S0 05 D203 D205 MAZT082H08S0 MA111-(K8).S0

JACK

4-29 4-30 JK-206 D215 MA111-(K8).S0 10 1,

DSC-P30/P50

DD-158 (DC IN, DC/DC CONVERTER, FLASH CHARGE) PRINTED WIRING BOARD – Ref. No.: DD-158 board; 2,000 series – • For Printed Wiring Board. • :Uses unleaded solder. • DD-158 board is four-layer print board. However, the patterns of layers 2 to 3 have not been included in the diagram. • There are a few cases that the part isn't mounted in this model is printed on this diagram. • See page 4-44 for printed parts location. • Chip parts TransistorC6542154BE123345123548118451845134-31

DC IN, DC/DC CONVERTER, FLASH CHARGE

DD-158 4-32,

DSC-P30/P50

35642

A K A

E B

C

K K

A

4-34 DC IN, DC/DC CONVERTER, FLASH CHARGE 4-33 DD-158,

DSC-P30/P50 DD-158 (DC IN) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-31 for DD-158 printed wiring board.

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DD-158 BOARD (1/3) A DC IN(DD BLOCK 1/2)

-REF.NO.:2,000 SERIES-

XX MARK:NO MOUNT Note:Resistors are mounted to the location where F001-F006 are printed. NO MARK:REC/PB MODE Q106 CN003 39P

CPH6311-TL SWITCH 1 BATT_SIG Q004,102 CN001 3P Q007-009 2 EVER_3.2V J001 SWITCHC002 5 CHARGE CONTROL CLK BATT/XEXT 1 0.022u4643UNREG_SCK LF001 4 DATAB ACV_UNREG 2 R12514UNREG_SO470k 2 Q004 XCS ACV_GND 3 Q102TPC8305(TE12L) R126 5 XCS_DDCONC003 TPC8305(TE12L) 0.022u 3 R031 R034 22000 6 ACV_UNREG 10 2200 -3.8 -3.847ACV_UNREG R003 R124241k 4 Q007 4 F001 (Note) 8 CAM_15V10k 4 2SB1122-ST-TD0139INIT_CHARGE FB001 D014 8 67 5 MA111-(K8).S0 F0054 -0.8 (Note) 10 BUZER_15V357068111 FAST_CHARGE D00244F002 R035 R036 (Note) MA111-(K8).S0 4 47k 0 12 PANEL_13.5VC423300 C107 F006 (Note) 13 LCD_DD_ON -3.8 -3.8 Q10040LND001 0.1u RN4983FE(TPLR3) 14 CAM_-7.5V 0.2 (Note) F003 D010 IC002 SYS_DD_ONSTATIC_GND Q002,025,100, 3.2 0 1SS357-TPH3 15 SYS_DD_ON 101,104,105 -7.863DC/DC CONVERTER D001 SWITCH CONTROL 16 PANEL_3.2V MAZT082H08S0250Q008 17 CAM_DD_ON 3.2 UN9213J- R101 (K8).SO F004 (Note) D009 L100 L013 D008 L101 0 1SS357-TPH3 10uH 33uH MA2ZD14001S0 10uH 18 D_1.8V10k14SY-66 BOARD (7/8) 19 D_1.8V -7.8 CN704

D R100 C100 D013 20 D_1.8V THROUGH THE10k 0.022u R121 1SS357-TPH3 21 D_1.8V

10k IC002 FP-052 FLEXIBLER127 220k C009 S-8321ADMP-DND-T2 0.022u Q002 0 22 XPRELAMP_AF_LEDFB002 SSM3K03FE(TPL3) Q009 3.6 5.2 (SEE PAGE 4-24) SSM3K03FE(TPL3) C043 C104 D012 23 XPRELAMP_AF_LED 0 Q101 0.2 4.7u 10uR019 10V 1SS357-TPH3 1M SSM3K03FE(TPL3) 2.9 R102 0 24 M_5VCN002 7P 1M 25 M_5V BATT_UNREG/+ 7 2.9 C105 C050 26 BL_VO- BT901 BATT_UNREG/+ 6 Q104 Q105 33u 2SJ347-TE85L 4.7u2SJ347-TE85L 2.9 10V 27 BL_VO- BATTERY BATT_SIG 5 3.2002SD2216J-QR(K8).SO

E R122 Q025

28 A_3.2V TERMINAL DRY_BATT_DET1 4 1k C109 (DRY BATTERY) XX R123 29 A_3.2VDRY_BATT_DET2 3 3.2 470k 0 30 DRY_BATT_IN2 BATT_GND/- 2 31 DRY_BATT_IN1 BATT_GND/- 1 C108 0.1u 32 REG_GND 33 REG_GND R051 0 1M R055 34 REG_GND 3.2 470k R056 35 REG_GND R052 470k

F 1M Q005SSM3K03FE(TPL3) 36 REG_GND

37 REG_GND 3.2 0 38 REG_GND Q005,006 Q006 DRY BATTERY 39 REG_GND SSM3K03FE(TPL3) DETECT 1-1 1-2 L012 1-3 10uH 1-4

G C0461-5 10u

CN004 21P 1-6 1 REG_GND 1-7 2 REG_GND 3 REG_GND 1-8 4 REG_GND 5 REG_GND 6 REG_GND

H 7 REG_GNDL008 8 REG_GND

1uH 1-9 9 D_3.2V SY-66 BOARD (7/8) C041 10u 10 D_3.2V CN705 1-10 L009 THROUGH THE 11 BATT_UNREG 1uH FP-052 FLEXIBLE L016 1uH 12 A_4.9VC044 (SEE PAGE 4-24) 1-11 10u 13 BATT/XEXT L010 1uH 14 REG_GND STB_ON

I L017 15 STRB_ON10uH C047 STRB_AIN

10u 16 STRB_AIN STB_CHARGE 17 STRB_CHG L018 XSTRB_FULL 10uH Q034 1 HN1A01FE-Y/GR(TPL3) 18 XSTRB_FULL 1-12 L014 ST_PHOTO_ON 14.6 5 10uH C051 19 STRB_PHOTO_ON DD-158 BOARD (2/3) 1uL019 20 EVER_5.5V 15.3 13.5 4.7uH4 3 21 EVER_5.5V R07316100k R080 L015 100k C063

J 1uH R075 15.3 3.3uC053 C056 33k 2 20V REG_GND

C048 1u 1u ±0.5% 6 3 1u 13.5 2-1 Q026,027 13.5 2-2 CAM -7.5V REG2513.5 0 R07614Q032 2-3263120k HN1C01FE-Y/GR(TPL3)1-13 0 ±0.5% 13 C052 DD-158 BOARD (3/3) 5 R081 4.7u 2 100k Q027 3 1-14 HN1C01FE-Y/GR(TPL3) R077Q029 120k RN1904FE(TPL3) 1 4 C060 Q032,034 AF_LED_5V

K C042 -17.2 2 SWITCH 0.33u ±0.5% PANEL 13.5V REG1u

35V AF_LED-17.8 -7.81643R063 100k R066 22k -17.8 5 ±0.5% -0.1 Q026 R067 HN1A01FE-Y/ 3 6 150k GR(TPL3) ±0.5% -1.6 C05410u

L 5

2 16V410.5 R064 R065 R068 82k 10k 68k 05 ±0.5% REG_GND

DC IN DD-158 (1/3) 4-35 4-36

R018 470k 3.2 D003 1SS357-TPH345321,

DSC-P30/P50 DD-158 (DC/DC CONVERTER) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-31 for DD-158 printed wiring board.

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DD-158 BOARD (2/3) 1-1 A 1-2 DC/DC CONVERTER(DD BLOCK 2/2) 1-3

-REF.NO.:2,000 SERIES- 1-4

XX MARK:NO MOUNT 1-5 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE 1-6

D011 L020 Q011 1SS357-TPH3 4.7uH MCH3306-TL Q011,014 5 SWITCHING

B 33 L006

2 1.9 22uH1 C024 1-7 1u541C0324.7u Q014 MCH5801-TL231-8

C L0214.7uH

Q012 Q012,015 4.9 MCH3306-TL SWITCHING 1.7 L007213.1 22uH 1-9 C025 1u54R02211C034 120k 4.7uQ015

D 3.2

±0.5% MCH5801-TL23Q003 2 UN9213J-(K8).SO R020 SWITCH 33k 3 ± 0.5% Q017,020 SWITCHING Q020 Q023 C012 CPH5802-TL MCH3306-TL 0.033u L005 4 0uH B+ SWITCH514.9 4.9 1-10

E R043

4 3 470 C019 C026 4 R024 0.033u 10u 2 220013C039 0.9 2 4.7u 0 C010 Q017 4.9 0.033u500MCH3406-TL 31.1 4.9 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 R001 R004 47k 47k

F ± 0.5% ±0.5%

1.1 IN2+ PGND3 DD-158 BOARD (1/3) C101 0.9 0.1u FB1 OUT5n 2.2 1.7 Q021 Q024 IN1- OUT5p CPH5802-TL MCH3306-TLL002 R013 0.7 4 B+ SWITCH 2200 FB3 OUT1n 0uH5155C004 0.033u 1 1-11 IN3- OUT1p3425R105 0.9 0.2 Q018,021 22k FB4 OUT2n 2 C103 6800p 1 C027 SWITCHING 3

G IN4- OUT2p 10u 4 1.8 0R014 0.6 2.3 1

4700 FB5 OUT3n12C040 C005 0.033u 3 4.7u IN5- IC001 OUT3p11Q018 3 FB7 DC/DC CONTROL OUT4n MCH3406-TL 2.2 IN7- IC001 1.7 OUT4p FA3692F-TE2 1 IN7+ OUT6n R015 0.6 1.8 4700 FB6 OUT6p C006 0.033u IN6- OUT7n

H IN61- OUT7p

FB8 OUT8n 2.2 IN8- OUT8p 1.9 IN8+ OUT9 C030 0.7 2.1 D005R017 OUT10 2.2u MA2ZD14001S04700 FB9 C008 0.033u 1 1-12 IN9- PGND2 D004 MA2ZD14001S0 L001 4.9 22uH51

I C028

1u42C033 C036 1.9 4.7u 2.2u12345678910 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 3 35V Q016 3.210110011054.9 CPH5803-TL

SWITCHING

C011 0.033u R012 8200 R025 ±0.5% 4700 1-13

J C031 D007 L0112.2u

R029 MA2ZD14001S0 10uHR027 47k 180k 1-14 ±0.5% R009 D006 18k MA2ZD14001S0 ±0.5% 54.8 R0410133k 5 -1.124-6.6 C038 C023 2.2u R010 1u L003 35VR042 22uH 3 Q013 C035100k ± 68k0.5% CPH5802-TL 4.7uQ010 2.2 SWITCHING

K 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SOEMERGENCY

DETECT REG_GND L004 22uH34515ST_5V DD-158 BOARD (3/3) C0294241u

L 3 Q019 C0370.2 CPH5803-TL 4.7u

SWITCHING DC/DC CONVERTER 4-37 4-38 DD-158 (2/3) 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 SCP9 IN2- 0.8 0.4 FB10 FB2 3.2 IN10- CH2UP 3.2 SYS_DD_ON AMPIN CONT 3.2 VCC1 R030 10k AMPOUT± 0.5% 0.8 2.2 CT1 VIN1- C013 100p 1.9 RT VIN3-R032 27k ± 0.5% 0.8 3.1 CT2 VIN4- C014 100p 2.2 4.9 CS VIN5- C015 0.1u 4.8 2.2 SCPIN VIN7- C016 0.1u CP VIN6- 2.2 TLOFF VIN8- 3.2 GND LDON R039 C017 0.1u 2.2 4700 VREG(2.2V) RST 3.2 CLK DT2 CLK R044 47k DATA R045 470

DATA

DT1 R046 47k 3.1 R047 470 XCS PGND1 XCS OUT6s OUT5S 4.9 C018 0.033u VCC4 VCC3 VCC5 VCC2 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 7.9,

DSC-P30/P50 DD-158 (FLASH CHARGE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM • See page 4-31 for DD-158 printed wiring board.

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DD-158 BOARD (3/3) NO MARK:DVD/CD PLAY R:REC MODE P:PB MODE A FLASH CHARGE(STB CHARGE BLOCK) *:IMPOSSIBLE TO MEASURE THE VOLTAGE AT THE MARKED POINTS.

-REF.NO.:2,000 SERIES-

XX MARK:NO MOUNT

Q502 L501 D502CPH3109-TL 3 D5012.2uH HAU140C029TP5.1 0 MA111-(K8).S0 CN501 33P DD-158 BOARD (2/3) ST_5V C503 33 XE_K R502 R505 1u22k 32 XE_KB 100k 5.1 T501 31 XE_K Q501,502 30 XE_K B+ SWITCH046R507 F R512 29 XE_K R503 0 1k 4700 R515 100 3 1M 28 XE_KQ503 S Q501 0 CPH3109-TL C506 27 N.C.UN9213J-(K8).SO 2 C510 C501 C508 130uF Q508 XX 22u 4.7u Q505 310V CY25AAJ-8-T13 26 N.C. 5.1 10V Q503P5RN1902FE(TPL3) FLASH DRIVECHARGING 25 N.C. 0 TRANS DRIVE FLASH CHARGE ( ) 260 DETECTOR CAPACITOR 8 24 N.C. R5010567C R5044700 2.2 23 TRIGGER4763R508 47 22 TRIGGER25C509 21 TRIGGER 0 0.047u04321250V 20 N.C. 1 4 R509 C502 R506 1M 19 N.C. 0.01u 6800 FLASH C505 18 N.C. 1u UNIT 17 N.C. REG_GND 16 XE_A

D 15 XE_A

14 XE_A 13 XE_A 2-1 12 XE_A 2-2 Q506,507(2/2),509 11 XE_A Q031 FLASH CONTROL R516 UN9113J-(K8).SO 0 10 N.C. R5/P0 5 R513 47k 9 N.C. 2-3 Q031,033 8 N.C.

E AF_LED_5V B+ SWITCH R5/P0R0/P5 Q507 7 N.C.R007

1 4 RN2902FE(TPLR3)470 STRB_AIN 6 PHOTO_C R3/P0 R02125R/P0 5 PHOTO_E* 2 270 Q033 4 SENS_A UN9213J-(K8).SO R5/P063DD-158 BOARD (1/3) C055 STB_CHARGE 3 SENS_A XX 0 C507 ST_PHOTO_ON 0.047u 2 SENS_K C504 1 SENS_K 0.1u R511

F C057 R072 0 R5100.001u 1k 1kQ504,507(1/2)

PHOTO TRANSISTOR R514 0 CONTROL 4700 0 R*/P0 R070 3300 R5/P0630250Q028 RSTB_ON * /P0 R*/P0 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO SWITCH Q50414UN9213J-(K8).SO XSTRB_FULL Q506

G RN1902FE(TPL3)R078

22k Q509 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO 05 AF_LED

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

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

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

DD-158 (3/3) 4-39 4-40, 4-3. WAVEFORMS CD-319 BOARD 8.0 Vp-p 100 µsec IC401 1, 2, 3 REC 8.0 Vp-p 100 µsec IC401 4, 5, 6 REC 650 mVp-p 100 µsec IC401 8 REC 3.0 Vp-p 18.4 MHz IC401 qf REC 4.5 Vp-p 17.1 MHz IC401 qg REC 4.2 Vp-p 17.1 MHz IC401 qh REC 4-41, 4-4. PARTS LOCATION no mark : SIDE A * mark : SIDE B CD-319 BOARD JK-206 BOARD DD-158 BOARD * C401 B-1 BT201 A-4 C002 C-5 * IC002 C-1 * R024 A-1 C402 A-2 C003 C-5 R025 B-1 * C403 C-2 C204 A-5 C004 A-1 L001 A-2 R027 B-1 * C404 C-2 C005 A-1 L002 B-3 R029 B-1 * C405 C-2 CN201 B-4 C006 A-1 L003 B-3 R030 B-1 * C406 C-2 * CN202 B-1 C008 B-1 L004 A-3 * R031 B-5 * C407 B-1 CN204 A-6 * C009 C-4 L005 B-4 R032 B-1 * C408 C-1 * C010 A-1 L006 B-2 * R034 C-4 * C409 B-1 * D201 B-1 C011 B-1 L007 B-2 * R035 B-4 * C411 B-2 * D203 B-1 * C012 B-1 L008 C-3 * R036 B-4 * C412 B-1 D205 B-2 C013 B-1 L009 C-2 * R039 B-1 * C413 C-1 D206 B-2 C014 B-1 L010 C-3 R041 B-1 D209 A-2 C015 B-1 L011 C-2 R042 B-1 CN401 A-2 D210 A-2 * C016 B-1 * L012 B-2 * R043 B-1 D213 B-5 C017 B-1 L013 C-1 R044 B-2 * D401 B-1 * D214 A-7 * C018 A-2 * L014 B-4 * R045 B-1 D215 B-5 * C019 A-2 * L015 C-4 R046 B-2 FB401 A-2 * C023 B-3 * L016 B-4 * R047 B-2 FB201 A-1 * C024 B-2 * L017 A-3 * R051 C-4 * L401 B-1 * FB202 B-1 * C025 B-2 * L018 A-3 * R052 C-4 FB205 B-2 * C026 B-4 * L019 C-3 * R055 C-4 * Q401 C-2 * C027 B-3 * L020 B-2 * R056 C-4 * Q402 B-1 * J201 A-1 * C028 A-3 * L021 B-2 R063 B-6 * C029 A-3 * L100 C-1 R064 B-6 * R401 C-2 LF203 B-1 * C030 A-2 * L101 C-1 R065 A-6 * R402 C-2 LF204 B-1 * C031 C-2 L501 B-6 R066 B-6 * R403 C-2 * C032 B-2 R067 B-6 * R404 C-2 R201 B-1 * C033 A-2 LF001 C-5 R068 B-6 * R405 C-1 R202 A-2 * C034 B-2 * R070 C-5 R406 A-1 R212 B-1 * C035 B-3 * Q002 C-4 * R072 C-5 R407 A-1 * R213 A-7 * C036 A-2 * Q003 A-1 * R073 C-3 * R408 B-2 R214 B-4 * C037 A-3 Q004 C-4 * R075 C-3 * R409 C-1 * C038 B-2 * Q005 C-4 * R076 C-3 R410 A-2 * S201 B-4 * C039 B-4 * Q006 C-4 * R077 C-3 * C040 B-3 * Q007 C-4 * R078 C-3 TH401 B-2 * C046 B-2 * Q008 C-4 * R080 C-3 * C047 C-3 * Q009 C-4 * R081 C-3 * C050 C-1 Q010 B-1 * R100 C-4 * C052 B-3 * Q011 B-2 * R101 C-4 * C054 C-4 * Q012 C-2 * R102 C-4 * C057 B-5 * Q013 C-3 * R105 B-1 * C060 C-3 * Q014 B-2 * R121 C-4 * C100 C-4 * Q015 C-2 * R122 C-4 * C101 A-1 * Q016 A-2 * R123 C-3 * C104 C-1 * Q017 B-4 R124 C-4 * C105 C-1 * Q018 B-3 R125 C-5 C107 C-4 * Q019 A-3 * R126 B-4 * C108 C-4 * Q020 B-4 * R127 C-1 C501 C-6 * Q021 B-3 R501 C-6 C502 B-6 * Q023 B-4 R502 C-6 C503 B-6 * Q024 B-3 R503 C-6 C504 C-5 * Q025 C-4 R504 B-6 * C505 C-6 Q026 B-6 * R505 B-6 C506 C-6 Q027 B-6 R506 B-6 C507 B-5 * Q028 C-5 * R507 B-6 C508 C-6 * Q029 C-3 R508 B-5 C509 A-5 * Q031 C-5 R509 B-5 * Q032 C-3 R510 B-5 CN001 C-5 * Q033 C-5 R511 B-5 CN002 C-4 * Q034 C-3 * R512 C-6 CN003 C-2 * Q100 C-4 R513 B-5 CN004 C-3 * Q101 C-4 R514 B-5 CN501 A-4 Q102 B-4 R515 A-4 * Q104 C-4 * R516 A-4 * D001 C-5 * Q105 C-4 * D002 C-5 Q106 C-4 * T501 B-6 * D003 C-4 Q501 C-6 * D004 A-2 Q502 B-6 * D005 A-2 * Q503 B-6 * D006 C-2 Q504 C-5 * D007 C-2 * Q505 C-6 * D008 C-1 Q506 B-5 * D009 C-2 Q507 B-5 * D010 C-2 Q508 B-5 * D011 B-1 Q509 B-6 * D012 B-1 * D013 B-1 R001 A-1 * D014 C-4 R003 C-5 * D501 B-6 R004 A-1 * D502 B-6 * R007 C-5 R009 B-1 F001 B-5 R010 B-1 F002 B-4 R012 B-1 F003 B-4 R013 A-1 F004 C-4 R014 A-1 F005 B-4 R015 B-1 F006 B-4 R017 B-1 R018 C-3 FB001 C-5 * R019 C-4 * FB002 C-5 * R020 A-1 * R021 B-5 IC001 A-1 * R022 A-1 4-44,

DSC-P30/P50 SECTION 5 ADJUSTMENTS Before starting adjustment EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board

The data that is stored in the repair board, is not necessarily correct. Perform either procedure 1 or procedure 2 or procedure 3 when replacing board. Procedure 1 Save the EVR data of the machine in which a board is going to be replaced. Download the saved data after a board is replaced. (Machine before starting repair) PC PC (Machine after a board is replaced) Save the EVR data Download the saved to a personal computer. data to a machine. Procedure 2 Remove the EEPROM from the board of the machine that is going to be repaired. Install the removed EEPROM to the replaced board. Remove the EEPROM and install it. (Former board) (New board) Procedure 3 When the data cannot be saved due to defective EEPROM, or when the EEPROM cannot be removed or in- stalled, save the data from the same model of the same destination, and download it. (Machine to be repaired) PC (Machine to be repaired) Download the data. Save the data. (The same model of the same destination) After the EVR data is saved and downloaded, check the respective items of the EVR data. (Refer to page 5-2 for the items to be checked.) 5-1, 1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Replaced parts Block Mounted parts replacement replacement Adjustment section Adjustment Initialization of 7, 9, Initialization of D page datazzB, D, E, F, page data Initialization of 7, 9, B, E, F page datazzVideo Video sync level adj. zzzzVideo burst level adj. zzzzCamera Flange back adj. zzzzFNo. standard data inputzzzzMechanical shutter adjustmentzzzzLight level adj. zzzzzMixed color cancel adj. zzzzzAuto white balance standard data inputzzzzzAuto white balance adj. zzzzzColor reproduction adj. zzzzzCCD (white and black) defect compensationzzzStrobe white balance adj. zzzzzzLCD LCD initial data inputzzVCO adj. zzzzBlack limit range adj. zzzzBright adj. zzzzContrast adj. zzzzColor adj. zzzzVG center adj. zzzzV-COM adj. zzzzzWhite balance adj. zzzzzzTable 5-1-1 5-2 Lens device Flash unit LCD block LCD901 (LCD panel) LCD block D9001 (Back light unit) CD-319 board IC401 (CCD imager) SY-66 board IC102 (S/H, AGC, A/D) SY-66 board IC186 (EVR) SY-66 board IC651 (VIDEO AMP) SY-66 board IC801 (LCD drive) SY-66 board IC804 (LCD Timing generator) SY-66 board IC802 (EVR) SY-66 board (COMPLETE) SY-66 board IC507 EEPROM, 5-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENT 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENT 1-1-1. List of Service Tools • Oscilloscope • Color monitor • Vectorscope • Regulated power supply • Digital voltmeter Ref. No. Name Parts Code Usage Auto white balance adjustment/check J-1 Filter for color temperature correction (C14) J-6080-058-A White balance adjustment/check J-2 Pattern box PTB-450 J-6082-200-A J-3 Color bar chart for pattern box J-6020-250-A Adjusting remote commander (RM-95 upgraded). J-4 J-6082-053-B (Note 1) J-5 Siemens star chart J-6080-875-A For checking the flange back J-6 Clear chart for pattern box J-6080-621-A For connecting the adjusting remote commander J-7 CPC-9 jig (Note 2) J-6082-393-C For adjusting the LCD block J-8 Minipattern box J-6082-353-B For adjusting the flange back J-9 Back ground paper J-2501-130-A For adjusting the strobe Note 1: If the micro processor IC in the adjusting remote Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be commander is not the new micro processor (UPD7503G- used, because it cannot operate the adjusting remote com- C56-12), The pages cannot be switched. In this case, mander. replace with the new micro processor (8-759-148-35). J-1 J-2 J-3 J-4 J-5 J-6 J-7 J-8 J-9 Fig. 5-1-1 5-3, 1-1-2. Preparations Note 1: For details of how remove the cabinet and boards, refer to “2. DISASSEMBLY”. Pattern box Note 2: When performing only the adjustments, the lens block and boards need not be disassemble. 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. 5-1- 5. 2) Connect the Adjusting remote commander to SY-66 board CN706 via CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C). (See Fig. 5-1-3) L Note 3: Setting the “Forced CAMERA mode power ON” Mode 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D, address: 10, set data: 01, and press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- Front of the lens mander. The above procedure will enable the camera power L=About 90 cm to be turned on. After completing adjustments, be sure to exit the “Forced CAMERA mode power ON Mode”. Fig. 5-1-2 Note 4: Exiting the “Forced CAMERA mode power ON Mode” 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: D, address: 10, set data: 00, and press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- mander. 3) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. 1-1-3. Discharging of the Flashlight Power Supply The capacitor which is used as power supply of flashlight is charged with 200 V to 300 V voltage. Discharge this voltage before start- CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) ing adjustments in order to protect service engineers from electric (18p flexible board) shock during adjustment. (Note 1, 2)

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Discharge procedure cover 1. Press the FLASH button (SY-66 board S251 (CONTROL UP)) and turn off the FLASH LED (SY-66 board D253). 1 2. Fabricate the discharging jig as shown in Fig. 5-1-5 locally by 18 yourself. Connect the discharging jig to the positive (+) and negative (–) terminal of the flash voltage charge capacitor. Al- low ten seconds to discharge the voltage. SY-66 board CN706 R:1 kΩ/1 W (Part code: 1-215-869-11) Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Capacitor Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjusting remote commander. Fig. 5-1-3 1 kΩ/1 W Wrap insulating tape. Fig. 5-1-4 Fig. 5-1-5 5-4, Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjusting remote commander. Regulated power supply Color monitor Vectorscope (6.0 to 7.2 Vdc) CPC-9 jig (Note 1, 2) Terminated (J-6082-393-C) 75 Ω Adjusting Remote Commander + – Need not connected CN001 CN002 CN004 CN003 DD-158 BOARD Must be connected when the FLASH UNIT CN501 is used. VIDEO OUT Jack CN201 JK-206 BOARD to PANEL UNIT to LCD BACK LIGHT AC IN 1 18 CN703 CN806 CN704 CN181 AC power CN706 CN805 CN705 CN101 adaptor SY-66 BOARD CN702 CN182 CN708 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK LENS UNIT OVF UNIT BUZZER CN401 CD-319 BOARD

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5-5, 1-1-4. Precautions 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and per- form adjustments. 1. PLAY/CAMERA/MOVIE switch (Mode Dial) ... CAMERA 2. FOCUS (Menu display) ... AUTO 3. EV (Menu display) ... 0EV 4. DISPLAY/LCD ON/OFF button (SY-66 board S253) ... OSD OFF 5. WB (WHITE BALANCE) (Menu display) ... AUTO 6. P.EFFECT (Menu display) ... OFF 7. DEMO (Menu display) ... OFF 8. VIDEO OUT (Menu display) ... NTSC 2. Order of Adjustments Basically carry out adjustments in the order given. Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Electronic beam scanning frame

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A B A=BBAFig. b (monitor TV picture) Enlargement Difference in level Adjust the camera zoom and direction to obtain the output waveform shown in Fig a and the monitor TV display shown in Fig. b. B A Fig. 5-1-7 3. Subjects 1) Color bar chart (Standard picture frame). When performing adjustments using the color bar chart, ad- just the picture frame as shown in Fig. 5-1-7. (Standard pic- ture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the color bar chart from the pattern box and insert a White clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations dur- 841 mm ing this time) 3) Chart for flange back adjustment Black Join together a piece of white A0 size paper (1189mm × 841 mm) and a piece of black paper to make the chart shown in Fig. 5-1-8. 1189 mm Note: Use a non-reflecting and non-glazing vellum paper. The size must be A0 or larger and the joint between the white Fig. 5-1-8 and black paper must not have any undulations. 5-6 Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue Yellow Cyan Green White Magenta Red Blue, 4. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box A dark room is required to provide an accurate flash adjustment. If it is not available, prepare the flash adjustment box as given below; 1) Provide woody board A, B and C of 15 mm thickness. woody board A (2) woody board B (2) woody board C (1) 530 mm 500 mm 1000 mm 1026 mm 1026 mm 1000 mm 1030 mm 1000 mm Fig. 5-1-9 2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A and B. 3) Attach background paper (J-2501-130-A) to woody board C. 4) Assemble so that the black sides and the background paper side of woody board A, B and C are internal. (Fig 5-1-10) woody board A woody board B woody board A woody board B woody board C Fig. 5-1-10 5-7, 1-2. INITIALIZATION OF B, D, E, F, 7, 9 PAGE DATA 3. D Page Table 1-2-1. Initialization of D Page Data Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. 1. Initializing D Page Data (Refer to “1. Initializing of D Page Data”) Note: If the D page data has been initialized, the following Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. adjustments need to be performed again. (Refer to “2. Modification of D Page Data”) 1) Modification of D page data Address Initial value Remark 2) LCD system adjustments 00 to 0F Adjusting page D 10 00 Test mode Adjusting Address 10 to EF 11 to 4E Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 4F Fixed data-2 Initializing Method: 50 to C5 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Order Page Address Data Procedure C6 5A Video sync level adj. 1 0 01 01 C7 61 Video burst level adj. 2 4 03 → 0D (P30), 0C (P50) C8 to CF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 3 4 00 2D D0 76 Bright adj. 4 4 01 2D Press PAUSE button. D1 77 Color adj. 5 4 02 Check the data changes to “01”. D2 AA Perform “Modification of D White balance adj. 6 D3 74page Data”. D4 BE Contrast adj. 2. Modification of D Page Data D5 89 Black limit adj. If the D page data has been initialized, change the data of the “Fixed D6 7F VG center adj. data-2” address shown in the following table by manual input. D7 68 VCO adj. (NTSC) Modifying Method: D8 5E V-COM adj. 1) Before changing the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set D9 to DC Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) data: 01. DD 80 VCO adj. (PAL) 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination. When changing the data, copy DE Fixed data-2 the data built in the same model. DF to EF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Note: If copy the data built in the different model, the camcorder may not operate. 3) When changing the data, press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. 4) Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. If not, change the data to the initial value. Processing after Completing Modification of D Page Data: 1) Press the RESET switch at the bottom of the set using a thin and long pin. 5-8, 1-2-2. Initialization of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data 3. B Page Table 1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. Note: If the B, E, F, 7, 9 Page data has been initialized, (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) “Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data” and following Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. adjustments need to be performed again. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) 1) Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 page data Address Initial value Remark 2) Video system adjustments 3) Camera system adjustments 00 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Adjusting page F Adjusting Address 10 to FF 4. E Page Table Adjusting page E Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Adjusting Address 00 to FF Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. Adjusting page B (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Adjusting Address 00 to FF Address Initial value Remark Adjusting page 7 00 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Adjusting Address 00 to FF Adjusting page 9 Adjusting Address 00 to FF Initializing Method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 012603 → 0D (P30), 0C (P50) 3 6 00 2D4601 2D Press PAUSE button. 5 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Perform “Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 page Data”. 2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data If the B, E, F, 7, 9 Page data has been initialized, change the data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following tables by manual input. Modifying Method: 1) Before changing the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) New data for changing are not shown in the tables because they are different in destination. When changing the data, copy the data built in the same model. Note: If copy the data built in the different model, the camcorder may not operate. 3) When changing the data, press the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote commander each time when setting new data to write the data in the non-volatile memory. 4) Check that the data of adjustment addresses is the initial value. If not, change the data to the initial value. Processing after Completing Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page data 1) Press the RESET switch at the bottom of the set using a thin and long pin. 5-9, 5. F Page Table Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Initial value Initial value Address Remark Address Remark P30 P50 P30 P50 10 to 13 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 4F to 58 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 14 14 14 59 00 00 Auto white balance standard data input 15 40 40 5A 14 14 Mechanical shutter adj. 16 21 21 5B Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 17 23 23 5C 63 63 18 12 12 5D 83 83 Color reproduction adj. 19 AC AC 5E 03 03 1A 00 00 5F E9 E9 1B 00 00 60 to 63 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 1C 00 00 64 10 10 Strobe white balance adj. Flange back adj. 1D 00 00 65 to 68 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 1E 68 68 69 02 02 1F 00 00 6A 79 79 Strobe white balance adj. 20 20 20 6B F8 F8 21 20 20 6C 0B 09 22 51 51 6D 14 77 23 40 40 6E 07 06 24 0A 0A 6F 09 81 25 00 00 70 05 05 26 FB FC 71 15 89 27 7D 85 Light level adj. 72 02 04 28 27 36 73 53 C1 29 00 00 74 00 00 2A 00 00 75 00 00 Mechanical shutter adj. 2B 00 00 F No. standard data input 76 01 01 2C 00 00 77 01 01 2D 00 00 78 01 01 2E to 39 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 79 01 01 3A 2F 2F 7A 00 00 3B 37 37 7B 27 29 Auto white balance standard data input 3C 40 40 7C 3C 2A 3D D0 D0 7D 33 33 3E Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 7E 33 33 3F B5 B5 7F 00 00 Auto white balance adj. 40 43 43 80 00 00 Auto white balance adj. 41 03 03 81 to 86 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 42 E9 E9 87 FF FF 43 63 63 88 FF FF 44 83 83 89 FF FF Flange back adj. Color reproduction adj. 45 D5 D5 8A 00 00 46 FE FE 8B 20 20 47 73 73 8C to 9F Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 48 45 45 A0 00 00 49 to 4C Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) A1 00 00 Mixed color cancel adj. 4D 28 28 A2 00 00 Strobe white balance adj. 4E 6E 6E A3 00 00 5-10, Initial value Address Remark P30 P50 A4 to A8 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) A9 00 00 Auto white balance adj. AA 00 00 AB to D3 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) D4 80 80 D5 98 98 D6 A0 A0 Mechanical shutter adj. D7 98 98 D8 90 90 D9 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 5-11, 6. 7 Page Table Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Address Initial value Remark Address Initial value Remark 00 to 5F Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 8E 0F 60 0F 8F FF 61 FF 90 0F 62 0F 91 FF 63 FF 92 0F 64 0F 93 FF 65 FF 94 0F 66 0F 95 FF 67 FF 96 0F 68 0F 97 FF 69 FF 98 0F CCD white defect compensation 6A 0F 99 FF 6B FF 9A 0F 6C 0F 9B FF 6D FF 9C 0F 6E 0F 9D FF 6F FF 9E 0F 70 0F 9F FF 71 FF A0 0F 72 0F A1 FF 73 FF A2 0F 74 0F CCD black defect compensation A3 FF 75 FF A4 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 76 0F 77 FF 7. 9 Page Table 78 0F Note 1: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. 79 FF (Refer to “1. Initializing B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) Note 2: Fixed data-2: Modified data. 7A 0F (Refer to “2. Modification of B, E, F, 7, 9 Page Data”) 7B FF Address Initial value Remark 7C 0F 00 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) 7D FF 7E 0F 7F FF 80 0F 81 FF 82 0F 83 FF 84 0F 85 FF 86 0F 87 FF 88 0F 89 FF 8A 0F CCD white defect compensation 8B FF 8C 0F 8D FF 5-12, 1-3. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 2. Video Burst Level Adjustment 1. Video Sync Level Adjustment Adjust the burst level of the composite video signal output. Adjust the sync level of the composite video signal output. Mode PLAY Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack (75 Ω terminated) (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Page D Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address C7 Adjustment Address C6 Specified Value A = 286 ± 5 mVp-p (NTSC) Specified Value A = 286 ± 5 mVp-p (NTSC) A = 300 ± 5 mVp-p (PAL) A = 300 ± 5 mVp-p (PAL) Adjusting method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 011001 0124F1 0424F1 04 Change the data and set the Change the data and set the3DC7 burst level (A) to the3DC6 sync level (A) to the specified specified value. value. 4 D C7 Press PAUSE button4DC6 Press PAUSE button Processing after Completing Adjustments: Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 0014F1 002001 002001 00

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1-4. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Before perform the camera system adjustments, check that the specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS” are sat- isfied. Note: For “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS”, perform in order of item numbers. Data setting during camera system adjustments Perform the following data setting before the camera system ad- justments. Menu setting: 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) (This adjustment must be performed in NTSC mode, so don’t set the menu setting to “PAL” ) Data setting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 012D10 80 Press PAUSE button. Check the bit values of bit3, bit43210 and bit5 are “1”. (Note 1, 2) 4 D 11 40 Press PAUSE button. 5 D 10 81 Press PAUSE button. 5 6 C1 Check the data changes to “02”. 6 4 06 01766C 01 8 Wait for 1 second. 9 B 75 00 Press PAUSE button. Note 1: For the bit values, refer to “5-2. SERVICE MODE”, “2- 3. 2. Bit value discrimination”. Note 2: In case of wrong data, select page: 2, address: 0A and set data: 02. Set the adjusting remote commander to normal LANC, and the power will be turned off and on automatically. Wait for more than 0.167 second after the power on, and set the adjusting remote commander to the service LANC. Then, retry from the step 1. Note 3: Repeat the “Data setting method”, if the power was turned off and on during the “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUST- MENTS”. After completing the camera system adjustments, release the data setting: Order Page Address Data Procedure1406 00266C 003B75 10 Press PAUSE button. 4 D 11 00 Press PAUSE button. 5 D 10 00 Press PAUSE button. 6 0 01 00 5-14, 1. HALL Adjustment Processing after Completing Adjustment: For detecting the position of lens iris, adjust the HALL AMP gain Order Page Address Data Procedure and offset. 1 0 03 00 Mode CAMERA2601 00 Press PAUSE button. Subject Not required3694 00 Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 1 (Note 2) 4 6 95 00 Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Release the data setting Adjustment PageF5performed at step 2. (Refer to page 5-14) Adjustment Address 2E, 2F, 34, 356001 00 Specified Value 10 to 18 during IRIS OPEN 75 to 7D during IRIS CLOSE Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. Note 2: The right 2 digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the adjusting remote commander. 1:00:XX Displayed data Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 6 94 144695 795601 6D Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 6 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 7 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 8 0 03 039601 01 Press PAUSE button. Check that the displayed data 10 1 (Note 2) during IRIS OPEN satisfies the specified value. 11 6 01 03 Press PAUSE button. Check that the displayed data 12 1 (Note 2) during IRIS CLOSE satisfies the specified value. Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 2E, 2F, 34 and 35. 5-15, 2. Flange Back Adjustment (Using the minipattern box) Specified voltage: The specified voltage varies according to the The flange back of inner focus lens is adjusted automatically. If minipattern box, so adjustment the power sup- shifted, the auto focus is disordered. ply output voltage to the specified voltage writ- ten on the sheet which is supplied with the mini- Mode CAMERA pattern box. Subject Siemens star chart with ND filter Below 3 cm for minipattern box (Note 1) Minipattern box Measurement Point Check operation on the LCD Measuring Instrument screen Camera Adjustment Page F Camera Adjustment Address 14 to 25, 87 to 8B table Note 1: Dark Siemens star chart. Regulated power supply Note 2: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Output voltage : Specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Output current : more than 3.5 A Preparations before adjustments: 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following fig- Red (+) ure. Note 3: The attachment lenses are not used. Black (–) Note 4: Take care not to hit the mini-pattern box when Yellow (SENS +) extending the lens. 2) Install the minipattern box so that the distance between it and White (SENS –) Need not connected the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. Black (GND) 3) Make the height of minipattern box and the camera equal. 4) Check the output voltage of the regulated power supply is the Fig. 5-1-13 specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc. 5) Check that the center of Siemens star chart meets the center of Adjusting method: shot image screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE end respectively. Order Page Address Data Procedure 6) Check that the data on page: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 8B1001 01 are initial value (See table below). Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) Address Data Address Data3601 13 Press PAUSE button. 14 14 20 204601 27 Press PAUSE button. (Note 5) 15 40 21 205602 Check the data changes to “01”. 16 21 22 516F87 Check the data changes to “00”. 17 23 23 40 18 12 24 0A Note 5: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 8B. 19 AC 25 00 1A 00 87 FF Processing after Completing Adjustment: 1B 00 88 FF Order Page Address Data Procedure 1C 00 89 FF1601 00 Press PAUSE button. 1D 00 8A 00 Release the data setting 1E 68 8B 20 2 performed at step 2. (Refer to 1F 00 page 5-14) 3 0 01 00 4 Perform “Flange Back Check”. 5-16, 3. Flange Back Adjustment Adjusting method: (Using the flange back adjustment chart and 9 Order Page Address Data Procedure subject more than 500 m away) The flange back of inner focus lens is adjusted automatically. If1001 01 shifted, the auto focus is disordered. Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. 3-1. Flange Back Adjustment (1) (Refer to page 5-14) 3 6 01 13 Press PAUSE button. Mode CAMERA4601 15 Press PAUSE button. (Note 2) Subject Flange back adjustment chart (2.0 m from the front of the lens) 5 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. (Luminance: 300 to 400 lux) 6 F 87 Check the data changes to “00”. Measurement Point Check operation on the LCD Note 2: The adjustment data will be automatically input to Measuring Instrument screen page: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 8B. Adjustment Page F Processing after Completing Adjustment: Adjustment Address 14 to 25, 87 to 8B Order Page Address Data Procedure Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. 1 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Release the data setting Preparations before adjustments: 2 performed at step 2. 1) Place the Flange back adjustment chart 2.0 m from the front (Refer to page 5-14) of the lens. 3 0 01 00 2) Check that the center of Flange back adjustment chart meets Perform “Flange Back Adjust- the center of shot image screen with the zoom lens at TELE 4 ment (2)”. end and WIDE end respectively. 3) Check that the data on page: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 8B are initial value (See table below). Address Data Address Data 14 14 20 20 15 40 21 20 16 21 22 51 17 23 23 40 18 12 24 0A 19 AC 25 00 1A 00 87 FF 1B 00 88 FF 1C 00 89 FF 1D 00 8A 00 1E 68 8B 20 1F 00 5-17, 3-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2) 4. Flange Back Check Perform this adjustment after performing “Flange Back Adjust- ment (1)”. Mode CAMERA Mode CAMERA Subject Siemens star chart (1.0 m from the front of the lens) Subject Subject more than 500 m away (Luminance: 200 to 400 lux) (Subjects with clear contrast such as buildings, etc.) Measurement Point Check operation on the LCD Measurement Point Check operation on the LCD Measuring Instrument screen Measuring Instrument screen Specified value Focused at the TELE end and WIDE end Adjustment Page F Adjustment Address 14 to 25, 87 to 8B Checking method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Place the Siemens star 1.0 m Order Page Address Data Procedure from the front of the lens. Set the zoom lens to the To open the IRIS , decrease TELE end and exposea1the luminous intensity to the subject that is more than 500 Siemens star up to a point m away (subject with clear 1 before noise appear on thecontrast such as building, image. etc.). (Nearby subjects less2001 01 than 500 m away should not be in the screen.) Perform “Data setting during 3 camera system adjustments”. 2 0 01 01 (Refer to page 5-14) Perform “Data setting during 3 Shoot the Siemens star chartcamera system adjustments”. with the zoom TELE end. At (Refer to page 5-14) this time, the center of4601 13 Press PAUSE button. 4 Siemens star chart should be Place the ND filter on the in the center of the LCD 5 lens so that the optimum screen. image is obtain. Check that the lens is6601 29 Press PAUSE button. (Note 1) focused. 7 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 6 6 2C 018F87 Check the data changes to “00”. While observe the LCD screen, change the zoom to Note 1: The adjustment data will be automatically input to 7 the WIDE end and check that page: F, address: 14 to 25 and 87 to 8B. the lens is focused. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. 1 6 2C 00 Release the data setting 2 performed at step 3. Release the data setting2 (Refer to page 5-14) performed at step 3. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 0 01 003001 00 4 Perform “Flange Back Check”. 5-18, 5. Picture Frame Setting How to reset the zoom and focus when they deviated: Mode CAMERA Order Page Address Data Procedure162C 01 Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment2690 00 frame with the zoom lens at3691 00 WIDE end) 4 6 92 YL (Note 2) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack5693 YH (Note 2) (75 Ω terminated) 6 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope and TV monitor7607 Check the data changes to “01”. Specified Value A=B, C=D, E=F8601 00 Press PAUSE button. Note 1: Displayed data of the page 1 of adjusting remote com- mander. Note 2: The data noted down at step 9 of “Setting method”. 1:XX:XX YL data Check on the oscilloscope YH data 1. Horizontal period Switch setting: 1) FOCUS ... AUTO A=B C=D Setting method: B C Order Page Address Data ProcedureAD1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) Shoot the color bar chart with the zoom WIDE end. Enter the output of VIDEO OUT to the TV monitor, and move to the position as shown in Fig. 5-1-16. Horizontal width of one color (B, C) and that of black (A, D) on the color bar chart should be same. (See Fig. 5-1-14) With vertical width of black (E, Fig. 5-1-14 F) set in same, the color bar chart should come to the center of TV 2. Vertical period monitor. (See Fig. 5-1-15) Check that the color bar on E E=F F the TV monitor is focused. 8 0 03 22 Note down the YH and YL91data. (Note 1)

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Processing after Completing Adjustment: Fig. 5-1-15 Order Page Address Data Procedure Check on the TV monitor1003 00 Release the data setting 2 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 3 0 01 00 Color bar chart picture frame TV monitor picture frame Fig. 5-1-16 5-19, 6. F No. Standard Data Input 7. Mechanical Shutter Adjustment Compensate the unevenness of the iris meter sensitivity. Adjust the period which the mechanical shutter is closed, and com- pensate the exposure. Mode CAMERA Subject Clear chart Mode CAMERA (Color reproduction adjustment Subject Clear chart frame with the zoom lens at WIDE (Color reproduction adjustment end) frame with the zoom lens at WIDE Adjustment Page F end) Adjustment Address 29 to 2D Adjustment Page F Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Adjustment Address 5A, 6C to 7F, D4 to D8 If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjusting method: 1 0 01 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure Perform “Data setting during1001 01 2 camera system adjustments”. Perform “Data setting during (Refer to page 5-14) 2 camera system adjustments”. 3 6 2C 01 (Refer to page 5-14) 4 6 90 00362C 015691 004690 006692 YL (Note 2) 5 6 91 007693 YH (Note 2) 6 6 92 YL (Note 2) 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 7 6 93 YH (Note 2) 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 11 6 01 BB Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 12 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 11 6 01 AD Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 12 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. F, address: 29 to 2D. 13 6 AB Check the data changes to “00”. Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Processing after Completing Adjustment: F, address: 5A, 6C to 7F and D4 to D8. Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustment: 2 6 2C 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure3692 001601 00 Press PAUSE button. 4 6 93 00262C 00 Release the data setting3692 00 5 performed at step 2. (Refer to4693 00 page 5-14) Release the data setting6001 00 5 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 6 0 01 00 5-20,

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8. Light Level Adjustment 9. Mixed Color Cancel Adjustment Adjust the standard LV value. To perform mixed color cancel adjustment based on data of each color in color bar. Mode CAMERA Subject Clear chart Mode CAMERA (Color reproduction adjustment Subject Color bar chart frame with the zoom lens at (Color reproduction adjustment WIDE end) frame with the zoom lens at Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 1 (Note 3) WIDE end) Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Adjustment Page F Adjustment Page F Adjustment Address A0 to A3 Adjustment Address 26 to 28 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Specified Value AE level: 0FE0 to 1020 If not, turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. Adjusting method: Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Note 3: The right 4 digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the Order Page Address Data Procedure adjusting remote commander. 1 0 01 01 1:XX:XX Perform “Data setting during Displayed data 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) Adjusting method: 3 6 2C 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure4690 001001 015691 00 Perform “Data setting during6692 YL (Note 2) 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 7 6 93 YH (Note 2) 3 6 2C 018601 79 Press PAUSE button. 4 6 90 009607 Check the data changes to “01”. 5 6 91 00 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 6 6 92 YL (Note 2) 11 6 01 D7 Press PAUSE button. 7 6 93 YH (Note 2) 12 6 01 D5 Press PAUSE button. (Note 3) 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 13 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. Note 3: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: A0 to A3. 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 01 0D Press PAUSE button. (Note 4) Processing after Completing Adjustment: 12 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Order Page Address Data Procedure 13 0 03 061601 00 Press PAUSE button. Check that the displayed data262C 00 14 1 (Note 3) satisfies the AE3692 00 level specified value. Note 4: 4 6 93 00The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 26 to 28. Release the data setting 5 performed at step 2 . (Refer Processing after Completing Adjustment: to page 5-14) Order Page Address Data Procedure6001 001003 002601 00 Press PAUSE button. 3 6 2C 004692 005693 00 Release the data setting 6 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 7 0 01 00 5-21, 10. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input Adjust the white balance standard data at 3200K. Mode CAMERA Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame with the zoom lens at WIDE end) Adjustment Page F Adjustment Address 3A to 3D, 59 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Note 3: “Auto White Balance Standard Data Input” is available only once after the power is turned on. Turn the power off, then on again if the adjustment is retried. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 6 2C 014690 005691 006692 YL (Note 2) 7 6 93 YH (Note 2) 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 01 11 Press PAUSE button. 12 6 01 0B Press PAUSE button. (Note 4) 13 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Note 4: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 3A to 3D and 59. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. 2 6 2C 003692 004693 00 Release the data setting 5 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 6 0 01 00 5-22,

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11. Auto White Balance Adjustment Order Page Address Data Procedure Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility 15 6 01 A5 Press PAUSE button. (Note 6) will be poor. 16 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 17 6 01 3F Press PAUSE button. Mode CAMERA 18 0 03 04 Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment Check that the displayed data frame with the zoom lens at 19 1 (Note 3) satisfies the R ratio WIDE end) specified value. Filter Filter C14 for color temperature 20 0 03 05 correction Check that the displayed data Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 1 (Note 3) 21 1 (Note 3) satisfies the B ratio specified value. Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Note 5: P30 / P50 Adjustment Page F Note 6: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: Adjustment Address 3F, 40, 80, A9, AA F, address: 3F, 40, 80, A9 and AA. Specified Value P30: R ratio: 25C0 to 2700 Processing after Completing Adjustment: B ratio: 6110 to 6250 Order Page Address Data Procedure P50: 1 0 03 00 R ratio: 2610 to 2750 B ratio: 60F0 to 62302601 00 Press PAUSE button. 3 6 2C 00 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 4 6 92 00 Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. 5 6 93 00 Note 3: The right 4 digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the 49 adjusting remote commander. 4A Set the data noted down at1:XX:XX6Fstep 13, and press PAUSE Displayed data 4B button. 4C Note 4: “Auto White Balance Adjustment” is available only once after the power is turned on. Turn the power off, then on Release the data setting again if the adjustment is retried. 7 performed at step 3 . (Refer to page 5-14) Adjusting method: 8 0 01 00 Order Page Address Data Procedure Remove the C14 filter on the9 1 Place the C14 filter on the lens. lens. 2 0 01 01 Perform “Data setting during 3 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 4 6 2C 015690 006691 007692 YL (Note 2) 8 6 93 YH (Note 2) 9 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 10 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 11 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 12 6 01 A7 Press PAUSE button. 4A 13 F Note down the data. 4B 4C 49 26 4A 60/B0 14 F Press PAUSE button. (Note 5) 4B 61 4C B0/90 5-23, 12. Color Reproduction Adjustment Processing after Completing Adjustment: Adjust the color separation matrix coefficient so that proper color Order Page Address Data Procedure reproduction is produced. 1 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Mode CAMERA262C 00 Subject Color bar chart3692 00 (Color reproduction adjustment4693 00 frame with the zoom lens at WIDE end) Release the data setting 5 performed at step 2 . (Refer Adjustment Page F to page 5-14) Adjustment Address 41 to 48, 5C to 5F6001 00 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. Perform “Color Reproduc- If not, turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. 7 tion Check”. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Note 3: “Color Reproduction Adjustment” is available only once after the power is turned on. Turn the power off, then on again if the adjustment is retried. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 6 2C 014690 005691 006692 YL (Note 2) 7 6 93 YH (Note 2) 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 01 AB Press PAUSE button. 12 6 12 80 13 Wait for 1 second. 14 6 12 00 15 Wait for 2 seconds. 16 6 01 A9 Press PAUSE button. (Note 4) 17 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Note 4: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 41 to 48 and 5C to 5F. 5-24,

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13. Color Reproduction Check Processing after Completing Adjustment: Mode CAMERA Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart1601 00 Press PAUSE button. (Color reproduction adjustment2610 00 frame with the zoom lens at362C 00 WIDE end) 4 6 92 00 Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V OUT jack5693 00 (75 Ω terminated) Set the data noted down at step Measuring Instrument Vectorscope6E52 12, and press PAUSE button. Specified Value All color luminance points Release the data setting should settle within each color 7 performed at step 2 . (Refer reproduction frame. to page 5-14) Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. 8 0 01 00 If not, turn the power of the unit OFF/ON. Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure R-Y1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. R MG (Refer to page 5-14) 3 6 2C 014690 005691 00 YE6692 YL (Note 2) B-Y7693 YH (Note 2) B8601 79 Press PAUSE button. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 10 01 CY

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12 E 52 Note down the data. 13 E 52 08 Press PAUSE button. Burst position 14 6 01 0F Press PAUSE button. 15 6 12 80 Fig. 5-1-17 16 Wait for 1 second. 17 6 12 00 18 Wait for 2 seconds. Check the each color 19 luminance point is in each color reproduction frame. 5-25,

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14. Auto White Balance Check OUTDOOR luminance check Mode CAMERA 20 Place the C14 filter on the lens. Subject Clear chart 21 E 4B Note down the data. (Color reproduction adjustment 22 E 4B 20 Press PAUSE button. frame with the zoom lens at 23 6 01 3F Press PAUSE button. WIDE end) Check that the center of the Measurement Point Displayed data of Video terminal 24 white luminance point settles in of Page: 1 A/V OUT jack the circle shown Fig. 5-1-18 (B). (Note 3) (75 Ω terminated) Note 4: P30/P50 Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote Vectorscope commander Processing after Completing Adjustment: Specified Value R ratio: Fig. 5-1-18 3E00 to 4200 (A) and (B) Order Page Address Data Procedure B ratio: 1 0 03 00 3E00 to 42002601 00 Press PAUSE button. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. 3 6 2C 00 If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 4 6 92 00 Note 2: Refer to “Picture Frame Setting” for YH and YL. Note 3: The right 4 digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the5693 00 adjusting remote commander. Set the data noted down at step6E4B 1:XX:XX 21, and press PAUSE button. Displayed data Set the data noted down at step7E52 12, and press PAUSE button. Checking method: Release the data setting Order Page Address Data Procedure 8 performed at step 3 . (Refer 1 Check that the lens is not to page 5-14) covered with either filter. 9 0 01 002001 01 Remove the C14 filter on the Perform “Data setting during lens. 3 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 4 6 2C 01 R-Y5690 006691 007692 YL (Note 2) B-Y 4 mm8693 YH (Note 2) 9 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 4 mm 10 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 11 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Fig. 5-1-18 (A) INDOOR data check (without ND filter) 12 E 52 Note down the data. 13 E 52 0D/0C Press PAUSE button. (Note 4) 14 6 01 0F Press PAUSE button. 15 0 03 04 R-Y Check that the displayed data 16 1 (Note 3) satisfied the R ratio specified value. B-Y 17 0 03 05 3 mm Check that the displayed data 6 mm 18 1 (Note 3) satisfied the B ratio specified value. INDOOR luminance point check 6 mm Check that the center of the 19 white luminance point within the circle shown Fig. 5-1-18 (A). Fig. 5-1-18 (B) 5-26,

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15. CCD White Defect Compensation Mode CAMERA Subject Not required Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 6, address: 55 Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander Adjustment Page 7 Adjustment Address 88 to A3 Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 F DE Note down the data. 4 F DE 1E Press PAUSE button. 5 F E3 Note down the data. 6 F E3 0E Press PAUSE button. 7 6 01 8B Press PAUSE button. (Note 2) 8 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Check the data. 9 6 55 00 to 7F: Normal 80 to FF: Defective 10 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 11 F DE 0F Press PAUSE button. 12 F E3 60 Press PAUSE button. 13 6 01 87 Press PAUSE button. 14 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 15 6 55 Check the data changes to “00”. Note 2: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 7, address: 88 to A3. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure1601 00 Press PAUSE button. Set the data noted down at step2FE3 5, and press PAUSE button. Set the data noted down at step3FDE 3, and press PAUSE button. Release the data setting 4 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 5 0 01 00 5-27, 16. CCD Black Defect Compensation Processing after Completing Adjustment: Mode CAMERA Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Clear chart1601 00 Press PAUSE button. (Color reproduction adjustment262C 00 frame) 3 6 30 00 Measurement Point Displayed data of page: 6, 4 6 91 00 address: 55 Set the data noted down at step Measuring Instrument Adjusting remote commander5FDF 3, and press PAUSE button. Adjustment Page 7 Release the data setting Adjustment Address 60 to 87 6 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 7 0 01 00 Note 2: Check that there are no dust, no dirt and reflection of the clear chart. Note 3: Any subject other than the clear chart should be in the screen. Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Perform “Data setting during 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) 3 F DF Note down the data. 4 F DF 4C Press PAUSE button. 5 6 2C 016690 007691 038692 009693 00 10 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. 11 6 30 01 12 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. 13 6 01 8D Press PAUSE button. (Note 4) 14 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Check the data. 15 6 55 00 to 0A: Normal 0B to FF: Defective 16 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 17 F DF 5A Press PAUSE button. 18 6 01 89 Press PAUSE button. 19 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. 20 6 55 Check the data changes to “00”. Note 4: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 7, address: 60 to 87. 5-28, 17. Strobe White Balance Adjustment Adjusting method: Adjust the white balance when the strobe light flashed. Order Page Address Data Procedure Mode CAMERA1001 01 Subject Flash adjustment box (Note 3) Perform “Data setting during (1.0 m from the front of the lens) 2 camera system adjustments”. (Refer to page 5-14) Adjustment PageF3690 00 Adjustment Address 4D, 4E, 64, 69 to 6B4691 00 Specified Value Y level data: 60 to 94 (Note 4) R-Y level data: FA to FF or 00 to 065692 FF (Note 5) 6 6 93 FF B-Y level data: FA to FF or 00 to 06762C 01 (Note 5) 8 6 01 79 Press PAUSE button. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is “00”. 9 6 07 Check the data changes to “01”. If not, turn the power of unit OFF/ON. 10 6 01 67 Press PAUSE button. Note 2: Perform this adjustment in the Flash adjustment box. Note 3: Refer to “4. Preparing the Flash adjustment box”. (See Check the flashing of strobe11 page 5-7) light. Note 4: Displayed data of page: F, address: 64, of the adjusting 12 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. remote commander. 13 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. F:XX:64 Y level data 14 6 01 67 Press PAUSE button. Note 5: The right four digits of the page: 1 displayed data of the Check the flashing of strobe15 adjusting remote commander. light. 1:XX:XX 16 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. B-Y level data R-Y level data 17 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. Note 6: “Strobe White Balance Adjustment” is available only 18 6 01 B9 Press PAUSE button. (Note 7) once after the power is turned on. Turn the power off, Check the flashing of strobe then on again if the adjustment is retried. 19 light. 20 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Switch setting: 1) FLASH ... ON 21 6 01 00 Press PAUSE button. 22 6 01 67 Press PAUSE button. Check the flashing of strobe light. 24 6 02 Check the data changes to “01”. Check that the data satisfies 25 F 64 the Y level data satisfied value. (Note 4) 26 0 03 02 Check the R-Y and B-Y level 27 1 data (Note 5) satisfies the specified value. Note 7: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 4D, 4E, 64 and 69 to 6B. Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure1003 002601 00 Press PAUSE button. 3 6 2C 004692 005693 00 Release the data setting 6 performed at step 2 . (Refer to page 5-14) 7 0 01 00 5-29, 1-5. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS [Adjusting connector] Before perform the LCD system adjustments, check that the Most of the measuring points for adjusting the LCD system are specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS” are sat- concentrated in CN706 of the SY-66 board. isfied. Connect the Measuring Instruments via the CPC-9 jig (J-6082- 393-C). Note 1: The back light (fluorescent tube) is driven with high volt- The following table shows the Pin No. and signal name of CN803. age AC power. Therefore, do not touch the back light directly, otherwise you will feel an electric shock. Pin No. Signal Name Pin No. Signal Name Note 2: Taken an extreme care not to destroy the liquid crystal 1 BL_L1 10 UNREG display module by static electricity when replacing it. 2 Y_OUT 11 LANC_IN Note 3: Set the LCD BRIGHT (Menu display) to the center. 3 C_OUT 12 LANC_OUT 4 REG_GND 13 MAKER_RECOG 5 CPC_IN 14 RF7 (N.C.) 6 BL_L2 15 TXD (N.C.) 7 HSY 16 RXD (N.C.) 8 PANEL_COM 17 RESET (N.C.) 9 VG 18 VDD (N.C.) CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C) (18p flexible board) (Note 1, 2)

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cover SY-66 board CN706 Note 1: Don’t use the 12 pin flexible board of CPC-9 jig. It causes damage to the unit. Note 2: The old CPC-9 jig (Parts code: J-6082-393-B) cannot be used, because it cannot operate the adjusting remote commander. Fig. 5-1-19 5-30,

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1. LCD Initial Data Input (1) 2. LCD Initial Data Input (2) Mode PLAY Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Signal Arbitrary Adjustment Page B Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address 3A to 3F Adjustment Address CE to DA, DC to DF Adjusting method: Adjusting method: 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 01. 2) Select page: B, and enter the data given in the following table. 2) Select page: D, and enter the data given in the following table. Note: Press the PAUSE button each time the data are set, as the Note: Press the PAUSE button each time the data are set, as the data are written to non-volatile memory (EEPROM). data are written to non-volatile memory (EEPROM). Address Data Remark Address Data Remark 3A 59 CE 46 Fixed value 3B 00 CF BE 3C 04 D0 76 Bright adjustment Fixed data 3D 5B D1 77 Color adjustment 3E 00 D2 AA White blance adjustment 3F 02 D3 74 D4 BE Contrast adjustment Processing after Completing Adjustments: D5 89 Black Limit adjustment 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. D6 7F VG center adjustment D7 68 VCO adjustment (NTSC) D8 5E V-COM adjustment D9 9C DA 7F Fixed value DC 2D DD 80 VCO adjustment (PAL) DE A6 Fixed value DF BE Processing after Completing Adjustments: 1) Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. 5-31, 3. VCO Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. If deviated, the LCD screen will be blurred. Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary CH1 Measurement Point CH1: Pin 7 of CN706 (HSY) CH2: Video terminal of A/V CH2 OUTjack (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope H Adjustment Page D magnified Adjustment Address D7 (NTSC) DD (PAL) Specified Value T = 2.04 ± 0.1 µs (NTSC) T = 3.06 ± 0.1 µs (PAL) Menu setting: 1) VIDEO OUT of SET UP menu ... NTSC (NTSC mode) (This adjustment must be performed in NTSC mode, so don’t CH1 set the menu setting to “PAL” ) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure CH21001 01

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Change the data and set the2DD7 phase difference (T) to the NTSC specified value. T: Between the center of HSY signal rising and3DD7 Press PAUSE button. VIDEO SYNC signal rising Change the data and set the Fig. 5-1-204DDD phase difference (T) to the PAL specified value. 5 D DD Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 00 5-32,

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4. Black Limit Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Set the maximum amplitude of the RGB decoder for driving the LCD to the specified value. If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN706 (VG) External trigger: Pin 8 of CN706 (PEARL COM) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D5 Specified Value A = 8.20 ± 0.1 Vp-p Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 0124F1 03 Set the data. 3 D D0 20 (Don’t press PAUSE button.) Change the data and set the4DD5 voltage (A) to the specified value. 5 D D5 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 002001 00

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5. Bright Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Pedestal Set the amplitude of the RGB decoder for driving the LCD to the specified value. If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary A Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN706 (VG) External trigger: Pin 8 of CN706 (PEARL COM) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Page D Pedestal 2H Adjustment Address D0 Specified Value A = 7.96 ± 0.1 Vp-p A: Between the reversed waveform pedestal and non-reversed Adjusting method: waveform pedestal Order Page Address Data Procedure Fig. 5-1-221001 0124F1 03 Change the data and set the3DD0 voltage (A) to the specified value. 4 D D0 Press PAUSE button. Read the data and this data is5DD0 named Dref. Convert Dref to decimal 6 notation, and obtain Dref’. (Note) Calculate DCE’ and DDE’ using following equations. 7 (decimal calculation) DCE’ = Dref’ – 48 DDE’ = Dref’ + 48 Convert DCE’ and DDE’ to 8 hexadecimal numbers, and obtain DCE and DDE. (Note) 9 D CE DCE Press PAUSE button. 10 D DE DDE Press PAUSE button. Note: Refer to table 5-2-2. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table”. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 002001 00 5-34,

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6. Contrast Adjustment (SY-66 Board) 7. Color Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Set the level of the VIDEO signal for driving the LCD to the Set the color saturation to the standard value. specified value. If, deviated, the color will be dark or light. If deviated, the LCD screen image will be blackish or saturated (whitish). Mode PLAY Signal Arbitray Mode PLAY Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN706 (VG) Signal Arbitrary External trigger: Pin 8 of CN706 Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN706 (VG) (PEARL COM) External trigger: Pin 8 of CN706 Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (PEARL COM) Adjustment Page D Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Address D1 Adjustment Page D Specified Value A = 324 ± 50 mVp-p Adjustment Address D4 Specified Value A = 2.50 ± 0.05 Vp-p Adjusting method: Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 01 Order Page Address Data Procedure24F1 041001 01 Change the data and set the24F1 032DD1 voltage (A) to the specified Change the data and set the value. 3 D D4 voltage (A) to the specified4DD1 Press PAUSE button. value. 4 D D4 Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Read the data and this data is5DD4 Order Page Address Data Procedure named Dref. 1 4 F1 006DCF Dref Press PAUSE button. 2 0 01 007DDF Dref Press PAUSE button. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 002001 00 White 100% Green

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10 steps peak 2H A A: Between the white 100% (Reference level) and green Fig. 5-1-24 Pedestal 2H A: Between the pedestal and 10 steps peak Fig. 5-1-23 5-35, 8. VG Center Adjustment (SY-66 Board) 9. V-COM Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Set the center of VG signal for driving the LCD to the specified Set the DC bias of the common electrode drive signal of LCD to value. the specified value. If deviated, the LCD display will be move, producing flicker and Mode PLAY conspicuous vertical lines. Signal Arbitrary Mode PLAY Measurement Point Pin 9 of CN706 (VG) Signal Arbitrary Measuring Instrument Digital voltmeter Measurement Point Adjustment Page D Check on the LCD screen Measuring Instrument Adjustment Address D6 Adjustment Page D Specified Value A = 7.00 ± 0.05 V Adjustment Address D8 Adjusting method: Specified Value The brightness difference between the section-A and Order Page Address Data Procedure section-B is minimum1001 01 Note 1: Perform “Bright Adjustment” and “Contrast Adjusstment” 2 4 F1 02 before this adjustment. Change the data and set the3DD6 DC voltage (A) to the specified Adjusting method: value. Order Page Address Data Procedure4DD6 Press PAUSE button. 1 0 01 0124F1 02 Processing after Completing Adjustments: 3 4 10 02 Order Page Address Data Procedure Change the data so that14F1 004DD8 brightness of the sectionA2001 00 and section B is equal. Read the data and this data is5DD8 named Dref. Convert Dref to decimal 6 notation, and obtain Dref’. (Note 2) Calculate DD8’ using following equations. (decimal calculation) DD8’ = Dref’ – 13 Convert DD8’ to a hexadeci- 8 mal number, and obtain DD8. (Note 2) 9 D D8 DD8 Press PAUSE button. Note 2: Refer to table 5-2-2. “Hexadecimal-decimal conversion table”. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 002410 003001 00BAABBAABFig. 5-1-25 5-36, 10. White Balance Adjustment (SY-66 Board) Correct the white balance. If deviated, the LCD screen color cannot be reproduced. Mode PLAY Signal Arbitrary Measurement Point Check on the LCD screen Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page D Adjustment Address D2, D3 Specified Value LCD screen must not be colored Note 1: Check the white balance only when replacing the fol- lowing parts. If necessary, adjust them. 1. LCD panel 2. Light induction plate 3. IC801 Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure1001 0124F1 02 D2 AA Press PAUSE button. 3 D D3 74 (Initial value) (Note 2) Check that the LCD screen is not colored. If not colored, 4 proceed to “Processing after Completing Adjustments”. D2 Change the data so that the5DLCD screen is not colored. D3 (Note 2) Note 2: To write in the non-volatile memory (EEPROM), press the PAUSE button each time to set the data. Processing after Completing Adjustments: Order Page Address Data Procedure14F1 002001 00 5-37, 5-2. SERVICE MODE • Changing the address 2-1. ADJUSTING REMOTE COMMANDER The address increases when the FF (M) button is pressed, The adjusting remote commander is used for changing the calcu- and decreases when the REW (M) button is pressed. There lation coefficient in signal processing, EVR data, etc. The adjust- are altogether 256 addresses, from 00 to FF. ing remote commander performs bi-directional communication • Changing the data (Data setting) with the unit using the remote commander signal line (LANC). The data increases when the PLAY (N) button is pressed, The resultant data of this bi-directional communication is written and decreases when the STOP (x) button is pressed. There in the non-volatile memory. are altogether 256 data, from 00 to FF. • Writing the adjustment data 1. Used the Adjusting Remote Commander The PAUSE button must be pressed to write the adjustment 1) Connect the adjusting remote commander to the CN706 on data in the nonvolatile memory. (The new adjustment data the SY-66 board via CPC-9 jig (J-6082-393-C). will not be recorded in the nonvolatile memory if this step is 2) Adjust the HOLD switch of the adjusting remote commander not performed) to “HOLD” (SERVICE position). 3) Turn on the power with the POWER switch of the unit. 2. Precautions upon Using the Adjusting Remote If it has been properly connected, the LCD on the adjusting re- Commander mote commander will display as shown in Fig. 5-2-1. Mishandling of the adjusting remote commander may erase the correct adjustment data at times. To prevent this, it is recommended that all adjustment data be noted down before beginning adjust- ments and new adjustment data after each adjustment. 0 : 00 : 00 Page Data Address Fig. 5-2-1 4) Operate the adjusting remote commander as follows. • Changing the page The page increases when the EDIT SEARCH + button is pressed, and decreases when the EDIT SEARCH – button is pressed. There are altogether 16 pages, from 0 to F. Hexadecimal0123456789ABCDEFnotation LCD Display0123456789AbcdEFDecimal notation0123456789101112131415 conversion value Table 5-2-1 5-38, 2-2. DATA PROCESS The calculation of the adjusting remote commander display data (hexadecimal notation) are required for obtaining the adjustment data of some adjustment items. In this case, after converting the hexadecimal notation to decimal notation, calculate and convert the result to hexadecimal notation, and use it as the adjustment data. Table 5-2-2. indicates the hexadecimal notation- the deci- mal notation, calculation table. Hexadecimal nontation-Decimal notation 2 ↓ The lower digits of the0123456789ABCDEFhexadecimal notation The upper digits of the (A) (b) (c) (d) (E) (F) hexadecimal notation0012345678910 11 12 13 14 15 1 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 3 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 4 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 5 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 6 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 7 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 8 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 9 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 A (A) 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 1→ B (b) 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 C (c) 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 D (d) 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 E (E) 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 F (F) 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 Note : ( ) indicate the adjusting remote control unit display. (Example) In the case that the adjusting remote control unit display are BD (bd). As the upper digit of the hexadecimal notation is B (b), and the lower digit is D (d), the intersection “189” of the1 and 2 in the above table is the decimal notation to be calculated. Table 5-2-2 5-39, 2-3. SERVICE MODE 3. Mode Dial Check (1) 1. Setting the Test Mode Page 2 Address 94 Page D Address 10 Data Function Data Function 00 to 14 MOVIE 00 Normal 15 to 3D TWILIGHT 01 Forced CAMERA mode power ON 3E to 67 CAMERA 02 Forced PLAY mode power ON 03 Forced MOVIE mode power ON Using method: • Before setting the data, select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 1) Select page: 2, address: 94. 01. 2) By discriminating the bit value of dispaly data, the state of the • For page D, the data set is recorded in the non-volatile memory switches can be discriminated. by pressing the PAUSE button of the adjusting remote com- mander. In this case, take note that the test mode will not be 4. Mode Dial Check (2) exited even when the main power is turned off. • After completing adjustments/repairs, be sure to return the data Page 2 Address 80, 86 of this address to “00”, and press the PAUSE button of the ad- justing remote commander. When bit When bit Select page: 0, address: 01, and set data: 00. Address Bit Function value=1 value=0 80 1 PLAY others PLAY 2. Bit Value Discrimination Bit values must be discriminated using the display data of the ad- 86 6 SET UP others SET UP justing remote commander for following items. Use the table be- low to discriminate if the bit value is “1” or “0”. Using method: 1) Select page: 2, address: 80 and 86. Display on the adjustilng remote commander 2) By discriminating the bit value of dispaly data, the state of the switches can be discriminated. 0 : 00 : 00 5. Switch Check (1) Page 2 Address 80 Address Page bit3 to bit0 discrimination Bit Function When bit value=1 When bit value=0 bit7 to bit4 discrimination 0 POWER SW OFF ON

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Display on the Bit values 1 others PLAY(Mode Dial) Adjusting bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 2 remote or or or or commander bit7 bit6 bit5 bit4 SHUTTR SW 3 (CONTROL SWITCH OFF ON00000BLOCK) 10001XSHUTTER LOCK SW200104(CONTROL SWITCH OFF ON30011BLOCK) 401005MEMORY STICK OUT IN IN SW (MS Socket) 5010160110Using method: 701111) Select page: 2, address: 80. A810002) By discriminating the bit value of dispaly data, the state of the switches can be discriminated. 91001A(A) 1010B(b) 1011C(c) 1100D(d) 1101BE(E) 1110F(F) 1111Example: If “8E” is displayed on the adjusting remote com- mander, the bit values for bit7 to bit4 are shown in the A column, and the bit values for bit3 to bit0 are shown in the B column. 5-40, 6. Switch Check (2) Page 2 Addresses 90, 91, 93 Using method: 1) Select page: 2, addresses: 90, 91 and 93. 2) By discriminating the dispaly data, the pressed key can be discriminated. Data Address 00 to 0C 0D to 27 28 to 49 4A to 76 77 to AA AB to E3 E4 to FF 90 CONTROL DOWN CONTROL UP MENU (KEY AD0) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (IC402 is) (S251) (S251) (S252) DISPLAY/LCD 91 CONTROL RIGHT CONTROL LEFT CONTROL SET ON/OFF (KEY AD1) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (IC402 id) (S251) (S251) (S251) (S253) 93 ZOOM (W) ZOOM (T) (KEY AD3) (SY-66 board) (SY-66 board) (IC402 ig) (S261) (S262) 7. LED Check Page 2 Address 04 Data 01 Using method: 1) Select page: 2, address: 04, and set data: 01. 2) Check that all LED except for the ACCESS LED are lit. 3) Select page: 2, address: 04, and set data: 00. 8. Self Diagnosis Code 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: Checking of lens drive circuit. When failed in the focus and zoomss initialization. Checking of flash unit or replacement Abnormality when flash is being E:91:ss of flash unit. charged. Battery pack is not “InfoLITHIUM” — Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack. compatible. E:92:ss Insert a battery pack correctly. Battery pack is not inserted correctly. Battery pack was installed or removed Turn the power off and on again. when using the AC adaptor. 55-4-411 E,

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6-1. EXPLODED VIEWS The components identified by mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are NOTE: critical for safety. • -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they may • The mechanical parts with no reference number in Replace only with part number speci- have some difference from the original one. the exploded views are not supplied. fied. • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are • Accessories are given in the last of the electrical Les composants identifiés par une seldom required for routine service. Some delay parts list. marque 0 sont critiquens pour la should be anticipated when ordering these items. sécurité. Ne les remplacer que par une pièce portant le numéro spécifié. 6-1-1. CABINET (FRONT) BLOCK ASSEMBLY1813 13 Main chassis assembly (See page 6-2.) not supplied 11 not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied 13 13 Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 1 X-3951-657-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY (P50) 10 X-3951-661-1 CABINET (UPPER) ASSY 1 X-3951-662-1 CABINET (FRONT) ASSY (P30) 11 X-3951-659-1 COVER (R) ASSY (P50) 7 3-914-366-01 SCREW (DIA. 1.7X4), PRECISION 11 X-3951-664-1 COVER (R) ASSY (P30) 08 A-7028-598-A STROBO FLEXIBLE BLOCK ASSY 13 3-968-729-71 SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2 9 1-476-677-11 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL 6-1,

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6-1-2. MAIN CHASSIS ASSEMBLY not supplied not supplied Lens block assembly (See page 6-3.) not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied not supplied BT901 52 not supplied 52 51 not supplied # 62 Cabinet (rear) block assembly 61 (See page 6-4.) ! : BT201 (BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY) Board on the mount position. (See page 4-27.) Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 51 A-7074-846-A DD-158 BOARD, COMPLETE 60 A-7074-847-A JK-206 BOARD, COMPLETE 52 3-914-366-01 SCREW (DIA. 1.7X4), PRECISION 61 3-068-555-01 PLATE (JK), GROUND 53 X-3951-660-1 CHASSIS (MAIN) ASSY 62 X-3951-755-1 LID (CPC) ASSY 59 3-968-729-71 SCREW (M2), LOCK ACE, P2 BT901 1-694-812-11 TERMINAL BOARD, BATTERY 6-2, 6-1-3. LENS BLOCK ASSEMBLY not supplied not supplied 102 BZ701 111 106 102 IC401 (Note) 110 108 (Note ) Be sure to read “Precuations for Replacement of CCD Imager” on page 4-6 when changing the CCD imager. Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 101 1-758-620-11 LENS, ZOOM (DE01) 108 3-068-558-01 CCD SEAL RUBBER 102 3-914-366-01 SCREW (DIA. 1.7X4), PRECISION 109 1-758-571-11 FILTER BLOCK, OPTICAL (P30) 103 3-068-554-01 CHASSIS (LENS) 109 1-758-572-11 FILTER BLOCK, OPTICAL (P50) 104 1-758-621-11 FINDER, OPTICAL (DE02) 110 1-681-602-11 FP-058 FLEXIBLE BOARD 105 1-681-601-11 FP-054 FLEXIBLE BOARD 111 3-069-237-01 SHEET, LENS (FP) 106 3-318-203-11 SCREW (B1.7X6), TAPPING BZ701 1-544-829-11 BUZZER, PIEZOELECTRIC 107 A-7074-845-A CD-319 BOARD, COMPLETE (P50) IC401 A-7031-265-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (CCD IMAGER) (P50) (Note) 107 A-7074-853-A CD-319 BOARD, COMPLETE (P30) IC401 A-7031-269-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (CCD IMAGER) (P30) (Note) 6-3,

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6-1-4. CABINET (REAR) BLOCK ASSEMBLY not supplied not supplied 153 157 LCD901 D901 J001 not supplied 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. Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 151 A-7074-887-A SY-66 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (P50) 157 3-713-791-11 SCREW (M1.7X5), TAPPING, P2 151 A-7074-889-A SY-66 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (P30) 158 3-318-382-01 SCREW (1.7X3), TAPPING 152 1-681-599-11 FP-052 FLEXIBLE BOARD 0D901 1-476-706-11 BLOCK, LIGHT GUIDE PLATE (1.5) 153 1-681-600-11 FP-053 FLEXIBLE BOARD J001 1-815-571-11 JACK, DC 154 X-3951-658-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY (P50) LCD901 8-753-050-67 ACX309AK-1 154 X-3951-663-1 CABINET (REAR) ASSY (P30) 6-4,

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6-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST NOTE: • Due to standardization, replacements in the • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they The components identified by parts list may be different from the parts speci- are seldom required for routine service. mark 0 or dotted line with mark 0 are critical for safety. fied in the diagrams or the components used Some delay should be anticipated when order- Replace only with part number on the set. ing these items. specified. • -XX and -X mean standardized parts, so they • SEMICONDUCTORS µ Les composants identifiés par unemay have some difference from the original In each case, u: , for example: marque 0 sont critiquens pour la one. uA.: µA.uPA.: µPA.sécurité. • RESISTORS uPB.: µPB.uPC.: µPC.Ne les remplacer que par une pièce All resistors are in ohms. uPD.: µPD.portant le numéro spécifié. METAL: Metal-film resistor. • CAPACITORS METAL OXIDE: Metal oxide-film resistor. uF: µF When indicating parts by reference F: nonflammable • COILS number, please include the board. uH: µH • Abbreviation AUS : Australian model J : Japanese model CN : Chinese model JE : Tourist model CND : Canadian model KR : Korea model HK : Hong Kong model Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark A-7074-845-A CD-319 BOARD, COMPLETE (P50) < TRANSISTOR > A-7074-853-A CD-319 BOARD, COMPLETE (P30) *********************** Q401 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO (Ref.No.: 2,000 Series) Q402 8-729-117-73 TRANSISTOR 2SC4178-F13F14-T1 (IC401 is not included in this complete board) < RESISTOR > < CAPACITOR > R401 1-218-943-11 RES-CHIP 150 5% 1/16W C401 1-113-992-11 TANTAL. CHIP 3.3uF 20% 35V R402 1-218-931-11 RES-CHIP 15 5% 1/16W C402 1-135-957-91 TANTAL. CHIP 10uF 20% 16V (P50) C403 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V R402 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP 33 5% 1/16W C404 1-104-329-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 50V (P30) C405 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R403 1-218-931-11 RES-CHIP 15 5% 1/16W (P50) C406 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V R403 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP 33 5% 1/16W C407 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V (P30) C408 1-107-820-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 16V (P30) R404 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W C409 1-164-850-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10PF 0.5PF 16V (P50) C411 1-125-827-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 25V R404 1-218-963-11 RES-CHIP 6.8K 5% 1/16W (P30) C412 1-162-966-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0022uF 10% 50V R405 1-218-981-11 RES-CHIP 220K 5% 1/16W C413 1-107-820-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 16V (P50) (P50) R405 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W (P30) < CONNECTOR > R406 1-218-959-11 RES-CHIP 3.3K 5% 1/16W CN401 1-779-334-11 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 20P R407 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 R408 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W < DIODE > R409 1-208-643-11 RES-CHIP 22 5% 1/16W (P50) D401 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R409 1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP 47 5% 1/16W (P30) < FERRITE BEAD > R410 1-218-931-11 RES-CHIP 15 5% 1/16W (P50) FB401 1-414-228-11 FERRITE 0uH < THERMISTOR > < IC > TH401 1-810-816-11 THERMISTOR, NTC (1608) IC401 A-7031-265-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (P50) (CCD TEMP. SENSOR) IC401 A-7031-269-A CCD BLOCK ASSY (P30) < COIL > L401 1-469-528-91 INDUCTOR 100uH (Note) Be sure to read “Note on the CCD Imager Replacement” on page 4-6 when changing the CCD imager. 6-5,

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Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark A-7074-846-A DD-158 BOARD, COMPLETE C103 1-162-969-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.0068uF 10% 25V *********************** C104 1-104-851-11 TANTAL. CHIP 10uF 20% 10V (Ref.No.: 2,000 Series) C105 1-113-682-11 TANTAL. CHIP 33uF 20% 10V < CAPACITOR > C107 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V C108 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V C002 1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF 10% 16V C501 1-104-852-11 TANTAL. CHIP 22uF 20% 10V C003 1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF 10% 16V C502 1-164-943-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF 10% 16V C004 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C005 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C503 1-125-837-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 6.3V C006 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C504 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V C505 1-125-837-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 6.3V C008 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V 0C506 1-165-447-11 CAP, ELECT 130uF 310V C009 1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF 10% 16V C507 1-119-923-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 10V C010 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C011 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C508 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V C012 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V 0C509 1-137-723-21 CERAMIC CHIP 0.047uF 10% 250V C013 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 16V < CONNECTOR > C014 1-164-874-11 CERAMIC CHIP 100PF 5% 16V C015 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V * CN001 1-580-056-21 PIN, CONNECTOR (SMD) 3P C016 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V * CN002 1-580-756-21 PIN, CONNECTOR (SMD) 7P C017 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 10V CN003 1-784-423-21 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 39P CN004 1-815-098-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 21P C018 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V CN501 1-793-299-21 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 33P C019 1-164-677-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.033uF 10% 16V C023 1-107-682-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 16V < DIODE > C024 1-107-682-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 16V C025 1-107-682-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 16V D001 8-719-075-15 DIODE MAZT082H08S0 D002 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 C026 1-125-817-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 10% 6.3V D003 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 C027 1-125-817-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 10% 6.3V D004 8-719-072-70 DIODE MA2ZD14001S0 C028 1-107-682-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 16V D005 8-719-072-70 DIODE MA2ZD14001S0 C029 1-107-682-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 16V C030 1-115-565-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 10% 10V D006 8-719-072-70 DIODE MA2ZD14001S0 D007 8-719-072-70 DIODE MA2ZD14001S0 C031 1-115-565-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 10% 10V D008 8-719-072-70 DIODE MA2ZD14001S0 C032 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V D009 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 C033 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V D010 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 C034 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V C035 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V D011 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 D012 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 C036 1-165-596-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 35V D013 8-719-027-76 DIODE 1SS357-TPH3 C037 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V D014 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 C038 1-165-596-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 35V D501 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 C039 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V C040 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V 0D502 8-719-083-17 DIODE HAU140C029TP C041 1-137-710-91 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V < FUSE > C042 1-107-689-21 TANTAL. CHIP 1uF 20% 35V C043 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V F001 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) C044 1-125-817-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 10% 6.3V F002 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) C046 1-137-710-91 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 20% 6.3V F003 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) F004 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) C047 1-125-817-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 10% 6.3V F005 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) C048 1-125-837-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 6.3V C050 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V F006 1-216-864-91 SHORT 0 (Note) C051 1-109-982-11 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 10V C052 1-115-566-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 10% 10V < FERRITE BEAD > C053 1-125-827-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 25V FB001 1-414-228-11 FERRITE 0uH C054 1-104-913-11 TANTAL. CHIP 10uF 20% 16V FB002 1-414-228-11 FERRITE 0uH C056 1-125-827-91 CERAMIC CHIP 1uF 10% 25V C057 1-115-416-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF 5% 25V < IC > C060 1-110-501-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.33uF 10% 16V IC001 8-759-836-94 IC FA3692F-TE2 C063 1-107-687-11 TANTAL. CHIP 3.3uF 20% 20V IC002 6-700-429-01 IC S-8321ADMP-DND-T2 C100 1-107-819-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.022uF 10% 16V C101 1-107-826-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 10% 16V The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Note: Resistor are mounted to the location Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce where F001 - F006 are printed. 6-6 ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié.,

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Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark < COIL > Q031 8-729-037-61 TRANSISTOR UN9113J- (K8).SO Q032 8-729-053-52 TRANSISTOR N1C01FE-Y/GR (TPLR3) L001 1-416-669-11 INDUCTOR 22uH Q033 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO L002 1-424-846-11 INDUCTOR 0uH L003 1-416-669-11 INDUCTOR 22uH Q034 8-729-053-54 TRANSISTOR N1A01FE-Y/GR (TPLR3) L004 1-416-669-11 INDUCTOR 22uH Q100 8-729-054-48 TRANSISTOR RN4983FE (TPLR3) L005 1-424-846-11 INDUCTOR 0uH Q101 8-729-047-68 TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) Q102 8-729-051-49 TRANSISTOR TPC8305 (TE12L) L006 1-416-669-11 INDUCTOR 22uH Q104 8-729-032-62 TRANSISTOR 2SJ347-TE85L L007 1-416-669-11 INDUCTOR 22uH L008 1-469-549-21 INDUCTOR 1uH Q105 8-729-032-62 TRANSISTOR 2SJ347-TE85L L009 1-469-522-91 INDUCTOR 1uH Q106 8-729-056-45 TRANSISTOR CPH6311-TL L010 1-469-522-91 INDUCTOR 1uH Q501 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO Q502 8-729-048-75 TRANSISTOR CPH3109-TL L011 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH Q503 8-729-048-75 TRANSISTOR CPH3109-TL L012 1-414-398-11 INDUCTOR 10uH L013 1-416-670-11 INDUCTOR 33uH Q504 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO L014 1-469-525-91 INDUCTOR 10uH Q505 8-729-053-57 TRANSISTOR RN1902FE (TPLR3) L015 1-469-549-21 INDUCTOR 1uH Q506 8-729-053-57 TRANSISTOR RN1902FE (TPLR3) Q507 8-729-054-44 TRANSISTOR RN2902FE (TPLR3) L016 1-469-522-91 INDUCTOR 1uH 0Q508 8-729-053-74 TRANSISTOR CY25AAJ-8-T13 L017 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH L018 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH Q509 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR 2SD2216J-QR (K8).SO L019 1-414-770-91 INDUCTOR 4.7uH L020 1-412-056-11 INDUCTOR 4.7uH < RESISTOR > L021 1-412-056-11 INDUCTOR 4.7uH R001 1-208-927-11 METAL CHIP 47K 0.5% 1/16W L100 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH R003 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W L101 1-469-757-21 INDUCTOR 10uH R004 1-208-927-11 METAL CHIP 47K 0.5% 1/16W L501 1-412-027-11 INDUCTOR 2.2uH R007 1-218-949-11 RES-CHIP 470 5% 1/16W R009 1-208-713-11 METAL CHIP 18K 0.5% 1/16W < LINE FILTER > R010 1-208-935-11 METAL CHIP 100K 0.5% 1/16W LF001 1-411-957-11 FILTER, COMMON MODE R012 1-208-909-11 METAL CHIP 8.2K 0.5% 1/16W R013 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W < TRANSISTOR > R014 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W R015 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W Q002 8-729-047-68 TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) Q003 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO R017 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W Q004 8-729-051-49 TRANSISTOR TPC8305 (TE12L) R018 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W Q005 8-729-047-68 TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) R019 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W Q006 8-729-047-68 TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) R020 1-208-719-11 METAL CHIP 33K 0.5% 1/16W R021 1-218-946-11 RES-CHIP 270 5% 1/16W Q007 8-729-804-41 TRANSISTOR 2SB1122-ST-TD Q008 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR UN9213J- (K8).SO R022 1-218-978-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.5% 1/16W Q009 8-729-047-68 TRANSISTOR SSM3K03FE (TPL3) R024 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W Q010 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR 2SD2216J-QR (K8).SO R025 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W Q011 8-729-055-89 TRANSISTOR MCH3306-TL R027 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R029 1-208-941-11 METAL CHIP 180K 0.5% 1/16W Q012 8-729-055-89 TRANSISTOR MCH3306-TL Q013 8-729-053-76 TRANSISTOR CPH5802-TL R030 1-208-707-11 METAL CHIP 10K 0.5% 1/16W Q014 8-729-055-87 TRANSISTOR MCH5801-TL R031 1-216-150-91 RES-CHIP 10 5% 1/8W Q015 8-729-055-87 TRANSISTOR MCH5801-TL R032 1-218-970-11 METAL CHIP 27K 0.5% 1/16W Q016 8-729-055-90 TRANSISTOR CPH5803-TL R034 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W R035 1-218-959-11 RES-CHIP 3.3K 5% 1/16W Q017 8-729-055-88 TRANSISTOR MCH3406-TL Q018 8-729-055-88 TRANSISTOR MCH3406-TL R036 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W Q019 8-729-055-90 TRANSISTOR CPH5803-TL R039 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W Q020 8-729-053-76 TRANSISTOR CPH5802-TL R041 1-218-971-11 RES-CHIP 33K 5% 1/16W Q021 8-729-053-76 TRANSISTOR CPH5802-TL R042 1-218-975-11 RES-CHIP 68K 5% 1/16W R043 1-218-949-11 RES-CHIP 470 5% 1/16W Q023 8-729-055-89 TRANSISTOR MCH3306-TL Q024 8-729-055-89 TRANSISTOR MCH3306-TL R044 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W Q025 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR 2SD2216J-QR (K8).SO R045 1-218-949-11 RES-CHIP 470 5% 1/16W Q026 8-729-053-54 TRANSISTOR N1A01FE-Y/GR (TPLR3) R046 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W Q027 8-729-053-52 TRANSISTOR N1C01FE-Y/GR (TPLR3) R047 1-218-949-11 RES-CHIP 470 5% 1/16W R051 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W Q028 8-729-037-52 TRANSISTOR 2SD2216J-QR (K8).SO Q029 8-729-053-58 TRANSISTOR RN1904FE (TPLR3) R052 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce 6-7 ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié.,

Ver 1.1 2001. 05 DD-158 JK-206

Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark R055 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W R056 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W < CONNECTOR > R063 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R064 1-218-976-11 RES-CHIP 82K 5% 1/16W CN201 1-794-321-21 CONNECTOR, FFC (ZIF) 18P CN202 1-794-962-11 CONNECTOR, SQUARE TYPE (USB 5P) (USB) R065 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W CN204 Not supplied CONNECTOR, MEMORY STICK (MS SOCKET) R066 1-208-715-11 METAL CHIP 22K 0.5% 1/16W R067 1-208-939-11 METAL CHIP 150K 0.5% 1/16W < DIODE > R068 1-208-931-11 METAL CHIP 68K 0.5% 1/16W R070 1-218-959-11 RES-CHIP 3.3K 5% 1/16W D201 8-719-075-15 DIODE MAZT082H08S0 D203 8-719-075-15 DIODE MAZT082H08S0 R072 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W D205 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R073 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W D206 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R075 1-208-719-11 METAL CHIP 33K 0.5% 1/16W D209 8-719-075-15 DIODE MAZT082H08S0 R076 1-218-978-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.5% 1/16W R077 1-218-978-11 METAL CHIP 120K 0.5% 1/16W D210 8-719-075-15 DIODE MAZT082H08S0 D213 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R078 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W D214 8-719-066-44 DIODE CL-270HR-C-TS (ACCESS LED (RED)) R080 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W D215 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111- (K8).S0 R081 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R100 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W < FERRITE BEAD > R101 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W FB201 1-500-284-21 FERRITE 0uH R102 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W FB202 1-469-324-21 FERRITE 0uH R105 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W FB205 1-414-228-11 FERRITE 0uH R121 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R122 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W < JACK > R123 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W J201 1-569-950-31 JACK (SMALL TYPE) (VIDEO OUT) R124 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 10K 5% 1/16W R125 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 5% 1/16W < LINE FILTER > R126 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 5% 1/16W R127 1-218-981-11 RES-CHIP 220K 5% 1/16W LF203 1-419-100-21 COIL, COMMON-MODE CHOKE R501 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W LF204 1-419-100-21 COIL, COMMON-MODE CHOKE R502 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W < RESISTOR > R503 1-216-809-11 METAL CHIP 100 5% 1/16W R504 1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP 47 5% 1/16W R201 1-218-979-11 RES-CHIP 150K 5% 1/16W R505 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 22K 5% 1/16W R202 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R506 1-218-963-11 RES-CHIP 6.8K 5% 1/16W R212 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 5% 1/16W R213 1-218-952-11 RES-CHIP 820 5% 1/16W R507 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R214 1-216-013-00 METAL CHIP 33 5% 1/10W R508 1-218-937-11 RES-CHIP 47 5% 1/16W R509 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/16W < SWITCH > R510 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1K 5% 1/16W R511 1-218-943-11 RES-CHIP 150 5% 1/16W S201 1-771-138-82 SWITCH, KEY BOARD (RESET) R512 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W R513 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 47K 5% 1/16W R514 1-218-961-11 RES-CHIP 4.7K 5% 1/16W Electrical parts list of the SY-66 board is not 0R515 1-216-121-11 RES-CHIP 1M 5% 1/10W shown. R516 1-218-990-11 SHORT 0 Pages 6-9 to 6-14 are not shown. < TRANSFORMER > 0T501 1-437-269-11 TRANSFORMER, DC CONVERTER A-7074-847-A JK-206 BOARD, COMPLETE ********************** (Ref.No.: 2,000 Series) < BATTERY > BT201 1-756-191-11 BATTERY, LITHIUM (SECONDARY) < CAPACITOR > C204 1-107-820-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 16V The components identified by Les composants identifiés par une mark 0 or dotted line with marque 0 sont critiques pour la mark 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce 6-8 ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié., Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark

ACCESSORIES

************ 1-757-293-11 CORD, CONNECTION (USB 5P) 1-783-738-31 CORD, CONNECTION (AV CONNECTING) (EXCEPT J) 1-792-955-11 CORD, CONNECTION (VIDEO CONNECTING)(J) 3-065-665-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (for SAFETY) (JAPANESE) (J) 3-066-676-01 SPVD-004 (P) (CD-ROM) (US, CND, J) 3-066-677-01 SPVD-004 (I) (CD-ROM) (EXCEPT US, CND, J) 3-067-652-01 REGISTRATION (CD-ROM) (J) 3-067-797-11 STRING (T), CAP A-7096-809-A CLUB (J), PICTURE PARADISE (CD-ROM) (J) 3-068-186-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (JAPANESE) (J) 3-068-186-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) (US, CND, AEP, UK, E, HK, AUS, CN, JE) 3-068-186-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH, GERMAN) (CND, AEP, JE) 3-068-186-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH, PORTUGUESE) (AEP, E, JE) 3-068-186-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (DUTCH, ITALIAN) (AEP) 3-068-186-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (TRADITIONAL CHINESE, SIMPLIFIED CHINESE) (E, HK, CN, JE) 3-068-186-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH, RUSSIAN) (AEP, JE) 3-068-186-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ARABIC) (E) 3-068-186-81 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (KOREAN) (KR, JE) 3-068-191-01 PC INSTRUCTION MANUAL (JAPANESE) (J) 3-068-699-01 STRAP, HAND X-3951-673-1 CAP ASSY, LENS 6-61-59 E, FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a For NTSC mode clear sheet for use. R-Y R MG

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SUPPLEMENT-1

File this supplement with the service manual. (PV01-022) • Change of Service Parts. SECTION 6 REPAIR PARTS LIST 6-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST - : Points changed portion. ! : Points corrected portion. Page Former Type New Type Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark Ref. No. Part No. Description Remark 3-066-676-01 SPVD-004 (P) (CD-ROM) (US, CND, J) 3-066-676-11 SPVD-004 (P) (CD-ROM) [ (EXCEPT US, CND, J) $ 6-15 3-066-677-01 SPVD-004 (I) (CD-ROM) 3-066-677-11 SPVD-004 (I) (CD-ROM) (US, CND, J) (EXCEPT US, CND, J) [ $ 2001K0500-1 9-929-893-81 Sony EMCS Co. © 2001. 11 Published by DI Customer Center,

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S.M. Rev. Ver. Date History Contents issued 1.0 2001.04 Official Release — — S.M. correction:Page 5-26, Page 6-1, 1.1 2001.05 Correction Page 6-2, Page 6-4, Page 6-8, Yes Page 6-15 S.M. correction:Page 5-14, Page 5-21, Page 5-23, Page 5-25, Correction 1.2 2001.08 Page 5-26, Page 5-27, Yes (C2 PV01-014) Page 5-31, Page 5-33, Page 5-34, Page 5-35 Supplement-1 1.3 2001.11 • Change of Service Parts No (S1 PV01-022)]
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DSC-P5 SERVICE MANUAL US ModelCanadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.4 2002. 06 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. When the machine needs to be repaired, please
DSC-P5 SERVICE MANUAL US ModelCanadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.5 2003. 01 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model
DSC-P5 SERVICE MANUAL US ModelCanadian Model Level 2 AEP Model UK Model E Model Ver 1.5 2003. 01 Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model This service manual contains information for Japanese model as well. When the machine needs to be repaired, please
CAUTION You are cautioned that any changes or For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied battery
DSC-P52 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Brazilian Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at t
CAUTION You are cautioned that any changes or For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied battery
DSC-P52 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Brazilian Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at t
CAUTION You are cautioned that any changes or For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied battery
DSC-P52 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Brazilian Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at t
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Canadian Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 06 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 BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS RE
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.2 2002. 10 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.2 2002. 10 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
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 06 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model
DSC-P7 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 06 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
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to For the Customers in the U.S.A.
DSC-P73 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2004.04 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Argentine Model Brazilian Model Tourist Model Photo: Silver Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMEN
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to For the Customers in the U.S.A.
DSC-P73 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.1 2005.05 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Argentine Model Brazilian Model Tourist Model Photo: Silver Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMEN
DSC-P8 US Model SERVICE MANUAL Canadian Model AEP Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model CORRECTION-1 Tourist Model
DSC-P8 LEVEL 2 US Model SERVICE MANUAL Canadian Model AEP Model Ver 1.1 2003. 06 UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model CORRECTION-1 Tourist Model We will inform you that there are printing errors Japanese Model in the service manual previously issued. • Correcti
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 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
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Canadian Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 03 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 BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS RE
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Canadian Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.1 2003. 06 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 BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS RE
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Canadian Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model
DSC-P8 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.2 2004.10 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 BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS REP
DSC-P9 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 04 Canadian Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model
DSC-P9 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2002. 04 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 BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AD
For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied battery Certain countries may regulate disposal of the battery used to power this product.
DSC-P92 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 04 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Korea Model Chinese Model Tourist Model Brazilian Model Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUA
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to For the Customers in the U.S.A.
DSC-P93 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2004.03 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Hong Kong Model Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Argentine Model Brazilian Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUA
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2005.10 Canadian Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2005.10 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS ACCESSORIES INSTRUCTION MANUAL SERVICE NOTE The components identified by Les c
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 3 US Model Ver 1.1 2005.11 Canadian Model UK Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 3 US Model Ver 1.1 2005.11 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PRINTED WIRING BOARDS REPAIR PARTS LIST SCH
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model UK Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 2 US Model Ver 1.0 2005.10 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link SPECIFICATIONS BLOCK DIAGRAMS PRINTED WIRING BOARDS SERVICE NOTE FR
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 3 US Model Ver 1.2 2006.05 Canadian Model UK Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model
DSC-R1 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 3 US Model Ver 1.2 2006.05 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model How to use E Model Acrobat Reader Australian Model Hong Kong Model Chinese Model Korea Model Japanese Model Tourist Model Link FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PRINTED WIRING BOARDS REPAIR PARTS LIST SCH
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
DSC-S30/S50 SERVICE MANUAL AEP Model UK Model Level 1 Ver 1.3 2004. 07 Photo: DSC-S30 SPECIFICATIONS System Output connector Operation temperature Storage temperature Image device A/V OUT (Monaural) 32˚F to 104˚F –4˚F to +140˚F 1/2.7 type color CCD (DSC-S50 only) (0˚C to 40˚C) (–20˚C to +60˚C) Minij
SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!!
DSC-S30/S50 SERVICE MANUAL AEP Model UK Model Level 1 Ver 1.1 2000. 09 With SUPPLEMENT-1 (9-929-819-81) Photo: DSC-S30 SPECIFICATIONS System Output connector Operation temperature Storage temperature Image device A/V OUT (Monaural) 32˚F to 104˚F –4˚F to +140˚F 1/2.7 type color CCD (DSC-S50 only) (0˚
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DSC-S30/S50 US Model Canadian Model SERVICE MANUAL AEP ModelUK Model Level2EModel Hong Kong Model Ver 1.3 2004. 07 Australian Model Chinese Model Korea Model Tourist Model Japanese Model CORRECTION-1 File this correction with the service manual. • Correction of SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS • Correction of EXP