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MVC-CD500 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1 US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 04 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this document. DIGITAL STILL CAMERA MVC-CD500 COVER SPECIFICATIONS xCamera xAC-L15A/L15B AC Adaptor [System] [Input and Output connectors] Power requirements Image device A/V OUT (MONO) (Monaural) 100 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 9.04 mm (1/1.8 type) color CCD Minijack Current consumption Primary color filter Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω , unbalanced, 0.35 – 0...
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MVC-CD500 SERVICE MANUAL LEVEL 1US Model Ver 1.0 2003. 04 Canadian Model Revision History AEP Model UK Model E Model Australian Model Japanese Model Link SPECIFICATIONS SELF DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION ORNAMENTAL PARTS • INSTRUCTION MANUAL is shown at the end of this document.
DIGITAL STILL CAMERA,
MVC-CD500 COVER SPECIFICATIONSxCamera xAC-L15A/L15B AC Adaptor [System] [Input and Output connectors] Power requirements Image device A/V OUT (MONO) (Monaural) 100 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz 9.04 mm (1/1.8 type) color CCD Minijack Current consumption Primary color filter Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω , unbalanced, 0.35 – 0.18 A Total pixels number of camera sync negative Power consumption Approx. 5 255 000 pixels Audio: 327 mV (at a 47 kΩ load) 18 W Effective pixels number of camera Output impedance 2.2 kΩ Output voltage Approx. 5 090 000 pixels ACC jack Mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm) 8.4 V DC, 1.5 A Lens 3 zoom lens USB jack mini-B Operating temperature f = 7.0 – 21.0 mm (9/32 – 27/32 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) [LCD screen] inches) (34 – 102 mm (1 3/8 – 4 1/8 Storage temperature inches) when converted to a 35 mm LCD panel –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) still camera) 6.2 cm (2.5 type) TFT drive Dimensions (approx.) F2.0 – 2.5 Total number of dots 56 × 31 × 100 mm Exposure control 123 200 (560 × 220) dots (2 1/4 × 1 1/4 × 4 inches) (w/h/d) Automatic exposure, Shutter speed excluding projecting parts priority, Aperture priority, Manual [General] Mass (approx.) exposure, Scene selection (6 modes) White balance Used battery pack 190 g (6.7 oz) excluding power cord (mains lead) Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, NP-FM50 Fluorescent, Incandescent, Flash, Power requirements One-push 7.2 V xNP-FM50 battery pack File format (DCF compliant) Power consumption (during shooting with Used battery Still images: Exif Ver. 2.2 JPEG LCD backlight on) Lithium-ion battery compliant, GIF (for Clip Motion), 3.0 W Maximum voltage TIFF, DPOF compatible Operating temperature DC 8.4 V Audio with still image: MPEG1 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) Nominal voltage compliant (Monaural) Storage temperature DC 7.2 V Movies: MPEG1 compliant –20°C to +60°C (4°F to +140°F) Capacity 8.5 Wh (1 180 mAh) (Monaural) Dimensions Recording media 138.5 × 95.7 × 103.1 mm xAccessories 8 cm CD-R/CD-RW (5 1/23 × 7/84 × 1/8 inches) Flash Recommended distance (ISO set to (W/H/D, excluding maximum AC Adaptor (1) Auto): 0.5 m to 5.0 m (19 3/4 inches protrusions) Power cord (mains lead) (1) to 196 7/8 inches) Mass Approx. 606 g (1 lb 5 oz) (including USB cable (1) battery pack NP-FM50, disc, and lens NP-FM50 battery pack (1) [Drive] cap) A/V connecting cable (1) Readout Non-contact optical readout (using Built-in microphone 8 cm CD adaptor (1) semiconductor laser) Electret condenser microphone Mavica disc (2) (CD-R (1), CD-RW (1)) Laser Wavelength: 779 to 789 nm Built-in speaker Dynamic speaker Shoulder strap (1)Maximum output: 23 mW Exif Print Compatible Lens cap (1) PRINT Image Matching II Compatible Lens cap strap (1) CD-ROM (SPVD-010) (1) Operating instructions (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. — 2 —,
MVC-CD500WARNING!! CAUTION: WHEN SERVICING, DO NOT APPROACH THE LASER The use of optical instrument with this product will increase eye EXIT WITH THE EYE TOO CLOSELY. IN CASE IT IS hazard. NECESSARY TO CONFIRM LASER BEAM EMISSION, BE SURE TO OBSERVE FROM A DISTANCE OF MORE CAUTION THAN 30 cm FROM THE SURFACE OF THE Use of controls or adjustments or performance OBJECTIVE LENS ON THE OPTICAL PICK-UP BLOCK. procedures other than those specified herein may result in hazardous radiation exposure. CAUTION : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENT WARNING!! ATTENTION AU COMPOSANT AYANT RAPPORT À LA SÉCURITÉ! COMPONENTS IDENTIFIED BY MARK 0 OR DOTTED LINE WITH LES COMPOSANTS IDENTIFÉS PAR UNE MARQUE 0 SUR LES MARK 0 ON THE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS AND IN THE PARTS DIAGRAMMES SCHÉMATIQUES ET LA LISTE DES PIÈCES SONT LIST ARE CRITICAL TO SAFE OPERATION. REPLACE THESE CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU PUBLISHED BY SONY. DANS LES SUPPÉMENTS PUBLIÉS PAR SONY.
SAFETY CHECK-OUTAfter correcting the original service problem, perform the following safety checks before releasing the set to the customer. 1. Check the area of your repair for unsoldered or poorly-soldered Unleaded solder connections. Check the entire board surface for solder splashes Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with the lead- 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 the lead free mark due to their particular size.) "pinched" or contact high-wattage resistors. 3. Look for unauthorized replacement parts, particularly transistors, that were installed during a previous repair. Point : LEAD FREE MARK them out to the customer and recommend their replacement. Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. 4. Look for parts which, through functioning, show obvious signs • Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40°C higher than of deterioration. Point them out to the customer and ordinary solder. recommend their replacement. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. 5. Check the B+ voltage to see it is at the values specified. 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 the • Strong viscosity 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 soldering ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such or unsoldering. 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. — 3 —,
MVC-CD500Checking supplied accessories. Make sure that the following accessories are supplied with your camcorder. Power cord (1)(AUS model) AC power adaptor (1) 8 cm CD adaptor (1) Shoulder strap (1) 0 1-696-819-11 (AC-L15A/L15B) (D adaptor) 3-071-638-01 Power cord (1)(AEP, E model) 0 1-477-533-31 3-063-085-01 0 1-769-608-11 Power cord (1)(UK model) 0 1-783-374-11 Power cord (1) (US,CND model) 0 1-790-107-22 Power cord (1)( J model) 0 1-790-732-12 Lens cap string (1) Lens cap (1) USB cable (1) 3-067-797-01 X-3951-672-1 1-827-038-11 A/V connecting cable CD-ROM (SPVD-010) (1) 2P conversion adaptor (1) • Abbreviation (1.5m) (1) (AEP, UK, E, AUS, KR model) (E model) CND : Canadian model 1-824-111-11 3-078-942-03 1-569-008-12 AUS : Australian model CD-ROM (SPVD-010(I)) (1) J : Japanese model (US, CND, J model) 3-078-943-03
Other accessories3-081-837-01 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (JAPANESE)(J) 3-081-837-51 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (CHINESE)(E) 3-081-837-11 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ENGLISH) 3-081-837-61 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SWEDISH)(AEP) (US,CND,AEP,UK,E,AUS) 3-081-837-71 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ARABIC)(E) 3-081-837-21 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (FRENCH/GERMAN)(CND,AEP) 3-081-838-01 OPERATING INSTRUCTION (J) 3-081-837-31 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (SPANISH/PORTUGUESE) (AEP,E) Note : Note :The components identified by Les composants identifiés par 3-081-837-41 MANUAL, INSTRUCTION (ITALIAN/DUTCH)(AEP) mark 0 or dotted line with mark une marque 0 sont critiques 0 are critical for safety. pour la sécurité. Replace only with part number Ne les remplacer que par une specified. pièce portant le numéro spécifié. — 4 —,
MVC-CD500COVER SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION [Description on Self-diagnosis Display] Self-diagnosis display • C: ss: ss The contents which can be handled by customer, are displayed. • E: ss: ss The contents which can be handled by engineer, are displayed. Display Code Countermeasure Cause Caution Display During Error Change the disk and turn off the main C:32:01 Defective base unit. DRIVE ERROR power then back on. • The type of CD-R/RW disk that cannot C:13:01 Replace the CD-R/RW disk. be used by this machine, is inserted. DISK ERROR • Data is damaged. Flash LED Checking of flash unit or replacement of Abnormality when flash is being E:91:01 Flash display flash unit charged. Flashing at 3.2 Hz *1 E:61:00 Checking of lens drive circuit When failed in the focus initialization. — *1 E:61:10 Note: The error code is cleared if the battery is removed. *1 : The error display is given in two ways. — 5 —,
MVC-CD500COVER MAIN PARTS Note: • Follow the disassembly procedure in the numerical order given. • Items marked “*” are not stocked since they are seldom required for routine service. Some delay should be anticipated when ordering these items. • The parts numbers of such as a cabinet are also appeared in this section. Refer to the parts number mentioned below the name of parts to order. 1. ORNAMENTAL PARTS DC cover 3-073-570-11 (When change it, need to dismantle the set.) CPC lid 3-073-661-11 — 6 —,
MVC-CD5009-876-216-41 Sony EMCS Co. 2003D1600-1 ©2003.4 — 8 — Published by DI Customer Center, 3-081-837-12(1) Getting started_
Digital Still Camera Shooting still images_Viewing still images _
Operating InstructionsBefore operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and Deleting still images _ retain it for future reference.
Owner’s Record Before advanced operations _The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers Advanced still image shooting _ whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. MVC-CD500 Advanced still image viewing _ Serial No. Still image editing _ Enjoying movies _ Enjoying images on your computer _ Troubleshooting _ Additional information_
MVC-CD500Index _ © 2003 Sony Corporation,
CAUTION WARNING This symbol is intended to alert You are cautioned that any changes orthe user to the presence of modifications not expressly approved in this To prevent fire or shock hazard, do important operating and manual could void your authority to operate this not expose the unit to rain or maintenance (servicing) equipment. moisture. instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. Note: CAUTION This equipment has been tested and found to The use of optical instruments with this If you have any questions about this product, comply with the limits for a Class B digital you may call: product will increase eye hazard. device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Sony Customer Information Center Use of controls or adjustments or These limits are designed to provide reasonable 1-800-222-SONY (7669) protection against harmful interference in a performance of procedures other than those residential installation. This equipment generates, specified herein may result in hazardous The number below is for the FCC related matters uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, radiation exposure. only. if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
Regulatory Information radio communications. However, there is no For the Customers in the U.S.A. guarantee that interference will not occur in a Declaration of Conformity particular installation. If this equipment doesTrade Name: SONY cause harmful interference to radio or television Model No.: MVC-CD500 reception, which can be determined by turning Responsible Party: Sony Electronics Inc. the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged Address: 680 Kinderkamack Road, to try to correct the interference by one or more of Oradell, NJ 07649 USA the following measures: Telephone No.: 201-930-6972 — Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. — Increase the separation between the This device complies with Part 15 of the equipment and receiver. FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the — Connect the equipment into an outlet on a following two conditions: (1) This device circuit different from that to which the may not cause harmful interference, and receiver is connected. (2) this device must accept any interference — Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ This symbol is intended to alert received, including interference that may TV technician for help. the user to the presence of cause undesired operation. uninsulated “dangerous The shielded interface cable recommended in this voltage” within the product’s manual must be used with the equipment in order enclosure that may be of to comply with the limits for a digital device sufficient magnitude to pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. constitute a risk of electric 2 shock to persons.,
For the Customers in the U.S.A. Notice on the supplied AC Attention for the Customers inand Canada Adaptor for the customers in Europe the United Kingdom RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION This product has been tested and found compliant BATTERIES A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is fitted with the limits sets out in the EMC Directive for Lithium-Ion batteries are to this equipment for your safety and using connection cables shorter than 3 meters recyclable. convenience. (9.8 feet). You can help preserve our Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be environment by returning your replaced, a 5 AMP fuse approved by ASTA or used rechargeable batteries to BSI to BS 1362, (i.e., marked with or the collection and recycling location nearest mark) must be used. you. If the plug supplied with this equipment has a For more information regarding recycling of detachable fuse cover, be sure to attach the rechargeable batteries, call toll free fuse cover after you change the fuse. Never This statement is indicated under the lens. 1-800-822-8837, or visit use the plug without the fuse cover. If you http://www.rbrc.org/ should lose the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station. Attention Caution: The electromagnetic field at the specific Do not handle damaged or leaking frequencies may influence the picture and sound Lithium-Ion batteries. of this camera.
CAUTIONTO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT Notice If static electricity or electromagnetism causes USE THIS POLARIZED AC PLUG WITH AN data transfer to discontinue midway (fail), restart EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR the application or disconnect and connect the OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES USB cable again. CAN BE FULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE.
NoticeCertain countries may regulate disposal of the battery used to power this product. Please consult with your local authority.,
Before using your cameraThis digital still camera uses 8 cm CD-Rs/CD- No compensation for contents of the LCD screen, LCD finder (only models RWs as recording media. “CD-R” or “CD-RW” recording with an LCD finder) and lens mentioned above is indicated as “disc” in this Contents of the recording cannot be compensated • The LCD screen and the LCD finder are manual. When a distinction between CD-Rs and for if recording or playback is not possible due to manufactured using extremely high-precision CD-RWs is necessary, “disc” is indicated as a malfunction of your camera or recording media, technology so over 99.99% of the pixels are “CD-R” or “CD-RW.” etc. operational for effective use. However, there Refer to page 18 for discs that can be used with may be some tiny black points and/or bright this camera, and page 120 for precautions on points (white, red, blue or green in color) that handling discs. Back up recommendation To avoid the potential risk of data loss, always constantly appear on the LCD screen and the copy (back up) data to a disk. LCD finder. These points are normal in the • We recommend that you use manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. this camera with Mavica Notes on image data compatibility • Be careful when placing the camera near a discs*. • This camera conforms with the Design rule for window or outdoors. Exposing the LCD screen, Camera File system universal standard • While the image is being the finder or the lens to direct sunlight for long established by the JEITA (Japan Electronics periods may cause malfunctions. read from or written to the and Information Technology Industries • Do not press the LCD screen hardly. The screen disc, the ACCESS lamp Association). may be uneven and that may cause a • Playback of images recorded with your camera flashes (red). When this malfunction.on other equipment and playback of images • Images may be trailed on the LCD screen in a lamp is lit, do not shake or recorded or edited with other equipment on cold location. This is not a malfunction. strike the camera. your camera are not guaranteed. ∗ The Mavica disc is an 8 cm CD-R/CD-RW Clean the flash surface before usePrecaution on copyright with the Mavica logo. The heat of flash emission may cause dirt on the Television programs, films, video tapes, and other flash surface to become discolored or to stick to materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized Trial recording the flash surface, resulting in insufficient light recording of such materials may be contrary to emission. Before you record one-time events, you may want the provision of the copyright laws. to make a trial recording to make sure that the camera is working correctly. Do not get the camera wetDo not shake or strike the camera When taking pictures outdoors in the rain or In addition to malfunctions and inability to record under similar conditions, be careful not to get the images, this may render the discs unusable or camera wet. If moisture condensation occurs, see image data breakdown, damage or loss may page 120 and follow the instructions on how to occur. remove it before using the camera., Do not expose the camera to sand or Trademarks About the Carl Zeiss lens dust • “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony This camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss Using the camera in sandy or dusty locations may Corporation. lens which is capable of reproducing fine cause malfunction. • Microsoft and Windows are registered images. The lens for this camera uses the trademarks of the U.S. Microsoft Corporation MTF* measurement system for cameras Do not aim the camera at the sun or in the United States and other countries. developed jointly by Carl Zeiss, in Germany, • Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks or other bright light and Sony Corporation, and offers the same registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. This may cause irrecoverable damage to your quality as other Carl Zeiss lenses.• Pentium is a trademark or a registered eyes. Or it may cause the malfunction of your trademark of Intel Corporation. ∗ MTF is an abbreviation of Modulation camera. • In addition, system and product names used in Transfer Function, a numeric value this manual are, in general, trademarks or indicating the amount of light from a Notes on the camera locations registered trademarks of their respective specific part of the subject gathered at • Do not use the camera near a location that developers or manufacturers. However, the ™ the corresponding position in the image. generates strong radio wave or emits radiation. or ® marks are not used in all cases in this The camera may not be able to record or play manual. back properly. • Do not use the camera near a TV, radio, tuner. Noise may be caused on the camera. The pictures used in this manual The photographs used as examples of pictures in this manual are reproduced images, and are not actual images shot using this camera. Handling of the movable lens This camera uses a movable lens. Be careful not to strike or apply excessive force to the lens portion.,
Table of contentsBefore using your camera ... 4 Viewing still images Choosing a focus range finder frame Introduction... 8 — AF range finder...48 Identifying the parts ... 9 Viewing images on the LCD screen of your Choosing a focus operation camera ... 32 — AF Mode...49
Getting started Viewing images on a TV screen... 34 Setting the distance to the subjectCharging the battery pack ... 11 — Focus preset ...50Deleting still images Using an external power source... 14 Adjusting the exposure Using your camera abroad ... 14 Deleting images ... 36 — EV adjustment ...51 Turning on/off your camera ... 15 Formatting a CD-RW ... 39 Displaying a histogram ...52 How to use the control button... 15 Selecting the metering mode...53 Setting the date and time... 16 Before advanced operations Shooting with the exposure fixed How to setup and operate your camera .. 41 — AE LOCK...54
Shooting still images Changing the menu settings ... 41 Shooting three images with the exposureInserting and removing a disc ... 18 Changing the items in the SET UP shifted — Exposure Bracket...55 Initializing a disc... 19 screen ... 41 Adjusting color tones What is initialization?... 19 How to use the jog dial... 42 — White Balance ...57 Setting the still image size ... 20 Deciding the still image quality... 43 Adjusting the flash level Image size and quality ... 21 Creating or selecting a folder ... 43 — Flash Level ...58 Basic still image shooting Creating a new folder ... 44 Shooting multiple frames — Auto adjustment mode... 22 Changing the recording folder ... 44 — Clip Motion ...59 Checking the last image you shot Shooting in Multi Burst mode — Quick Review ... 24 Advanced still image — Multi Burst...60 Using the zoom feature... 25 shooting Shooting three images continuously Shooting close-ups — Macro ... 26 Shooting with Program Shift — Burst 3 ...61 Using the self-timer ... 27 — Program Shift ... 45 Shooting still images in TIFF mode Selecting a flash mode... 27 Shooting with the manual adjustments... 45 — TIFF...62 Indicators on the screen during Shutter speed priority mode ... 46 Shooting still images for e-mail shooting ... 30 Aperture priority mode... 47 — E-Mail...62 Inserting the date and time on a still Manual exposure mode ... 47 Shooting still images with audio files image ... 31 Choosing an auto focus method ... 47 — Voice...63, Shooting according to scene conditions Still image editing Connecting the camera to your — Scene Selection...64 computer ...93 Adding special effects Protecting images — Protect ... 75 Copying images...94 — Picture Effect ...65 Changing image size — Resize ... 77 When the PTP Manager does not Confirming whether to record images Choosing images to print start up...95 — Confirm before write ...66 — Print (DPOF) mark ... 77 Copying images using the Windows XP Using an external flash...67 AutoPlay Wizard...96 Using the Sony HVL-F32X Flash ...67 Enjoying movies Viewing images on your computer ...96 Using the Sony HVL-F1000 Flash ...68 Shooting movies ... 80 Creating a Video CD...96 Using a commercially available external Viewing movies on the LCD screen... 81 For Mac OS X users flash ...68 Deleting movies — Delete... 82 (v10.0/v10.1/v10.2)...97
Advanced still image viewing Enjoying images on your TroubleshootingSelecting the folder and playing back computer Troubleshooting ...98 images — Folder ...69 Viewing images on your computer Warnings and messages ...107 Enlarging a portion of a still image...70 — Introduction ... 84 Self-diagnosis display ...109 Enlarging an image Viewing images using CD-ROM drive .. 85 — Playback zoom...70 Finalizing a disc... 85 Additional information Recording an enlarged image What is finalization?... 85 Number of images that can be saved or — Trimming ...71 Canceling finalization (Unfinalize) shooting time...110 Playing back successive images (CD-RW only)... 86 Menu items ...112 — Slide Show...71 Using the supplied 8cm CD adapter... 87 SET UP items ...116 Rotating still images Viewing images through a CD-ROM Precautions ...119 — Rotate...72 drive... 88 On discs ...120 Playing back images shot in Multi Burst Image file storage destinations and On “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack ...121 mode ...73 image file names ... 89 Specifications ...123 Playing back continuously ...73 Copying images into your computer The LCD screen ...125 Playing back frame by frame through a USB connection ... 91 — Jog playback ...73 Installing the PTP Manager ... 91 Index Installing “ImageMixer”... 92 Index...129,
IntroductionThis digital still camera is capable of Flow chart for disc operations recording still images and movies onto 8 cm Start : CD-R CD-R/CD-RW discs. : CD-RW
Capture images with your A new disccomputer You can easily copy images onto your Initialize computer through a CD-ROM drive or the (page 19) Recording is complete. USB cable, and view and modify images on Preparation for recording on a disc. your computer using application software. View on the camera (page 32) When using a CD-ROM drive to view images on your computer, finalization is Record required (page 85). Disc preparation for View on a computer recording is complete. Finalize (page 84) (page 85) Preparation for viewing recorded images on a computer. View through the USB cable (pages 91, 97) Unfinalize The disc status is (page 86) pre-finalization. About 13 MB disc space is restored. View through a CD-ROM drive (page 85) Format Blank disc (page 39) Disc preparation for The disc space is fully viewing recorded images available. through a CD-ROM drive is complete.,
Identifying the parts • Use a tripod with a screw length of lessthan 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). You will be unable to firmly secure the camera to See the pages in parentheses for details of operation. tripods having longer screws, and may19damage the camera. • Use ACC jack to connect an external20flash or other equipment. • Do not touch the microphone while 3 qa recording. qs qd Attaching the qf shoulder strap 7 qg qh A Microphone I Flash emitter (27) B POWER ON/OFF (CHG) switch J Advanced accessory shoe (67) (15) K Hook for lens cap/shoulder strap C Shutter button (22) L Disc cover OPEN lever (18) D Hologram AF emitter (29, 116) M ACC (Accessory) jack (67) E Self-timer lamp (27) N Lens cap F Battery cover (11) O (USB) jack (93) G Lens P A/V OUT (MONO) jack (34) H Tripod receptacle (bottom surface), : To shoot movies, Clip 1 Motion images or Multi20Burst mode images : To view or edit images 3 qa K POWER lamp (15) qs4LZoom button (for shooting) (25)/ qd Index button (for viewing) (33) 5 qf M DC IN jack (11, 14) qg N Hook for shoulder strap qh O Jog dial (42) qj P Speaker8QMENU button (41, 112) qk R (Image Size/Delete) 9 ql button (20, 36) S RESET button (bottom surface) A Control button J Mode dial (16) (98) (Menu on) (v/V/b/B/z) : To shoot still images in auto (Menu off) ( / /7/ ) (27, 27, 24, adjustment mode • The LCD screen automatically becomes 26) P: To shoot still images in brighter when photocell window for LCD B /CHG (charge) lamp (12) programmed mode screen is exposed to sunlight. C Photocell window for LCD S: To shoot in the shutter speed screen priority mode D LCD screen ACCESS lamp A: To shoot in the aperture E (18) F DISPLAY/LCD BACK LIGHT ON/ priority mode OFF button (30) M: To shoot in the manual G AE LOCK button (54) exposure mode H FOCUS button (47, 50) SCN: To shoot in the Scene I (Exposure) button (51) Selection mode SET UP: To set the SET UP items,
Getting started Charging the battery packDC IN jack cover DC plug12Battery eject lever 3 AC Adaptor , Open the battery cover. , Install the battery pack, then , Open the DC IN jack cover and close the battery cover. connect the AC Adaptor Slide the cover in the direction of the arrow. (supplied) to the DC IN jack of Insert the battery pack with the b mark • Be sure to turn off your camera when facing toward the battery compartment as your camera. charging the battery pack (page 15). illustrated. • Your camera operates only with the Connect the DC plug with the v mark “InfoLITHIUM” NP-FM50 battery pack (M Make sure the battery pack is firmly facing up. series) (supplied) (page 121). inserted all the way, then close the cover. • Do not short the DC plug of the AC Adaptor • The battery pack is easily inserted by pushing with a metallic object, as this may cause the battery eject lever at the front of the battery malfunction. compartment up. • Clean the DC plug of the AC Adaptor with a dry cotton bud. Do not use the dirty plug. Use of the dirty plug may not properly charge the battery pack. Getting started,
To remove the battery pack Battery remaining indicator2 To wall outlet (wall socket) The battery remaining indicator on the LCD Power cord screen shows the remaining shooting or viewing (mains lead) time. 60min 5.0M 101 M AF 4 AC Adaptor Battery eject lever , Connect the power cord (mains lead) to the AC Adaptor and Open the battery cover. Slide the battery • The black portion of the battery remaining then to a wall outlet (wall eject lever in the direction of the arrow, and indicator in the illustration shows the actual remove the battery pack. remaining time.socket). • The displayed remaining time may not be correct under certain circumstances or The /CHG lamp (orange) lights up when • Be careful not to drop the battery pack when conditions. charging begins, and goes off when removing it. charging is completed. Charging time Approximate time to charge a completely discharged battery pack using the AC Adaptor at a temperature of 25°C (77°F). Battery pack Charging time (min.) /CHG lamp NP-FM50 (supplied) Approx. 150 • After charging the battery pack, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the DC IN jack of your camera.,
Number of images and battery Shooting still images Shooting movies3)life that can be recorded/ Under the average conditions1) NP-FM50 (supplied) viewed NP-FM50 (supplied) Battery life (min.) The tables show the approximate number of Image size No. of Battery life Continuous shooting Approx. 130 images and the battery life that can be images (min.) 3) recorded/viewed when you shoot images in 5.0M Approx. 220 Approx. 110 Shooting continuously at 160 (Mail) image size normal mode with a fully charged battery VGA Approx. 250 Approx. 125 pack at a temperature of 25°C (77°F). The 1) Shooting in the following situations: • The number of images and the battery life that numbers of images that can be recorded or – [P. Quality] is set to [Fine] can be recorded/viewed are decreased under the viewed take into account changing the – Shooting one time every 30 seconds following conditions: supplied disc as necessary. Note that the – The zoom is switched alternately between – The surrounding temperature is low actual numbers may be less than indicated the W and T ends – The flash is used – The flash strobes once every two times – The camera has been turned on and off many depending on the conditions of use. – The power turns on and off once every ten times times – The zoom is used frequently – [AF Mode] is set to [Monitor] in the SET – [LCD Backlight] is set to [Bright] in the SET UP settings UP settings – The battery power is low. The battery capacity decreases as you use it
Viewing still images2) more and more and as time passesNP-FM50 (supplied) (page 122). – [AF Mode] is set to [Cont] in the SET UP Image size No. of Battery life settings images (min.) 5.0M Approx. 1900 Approx. 160 VGA Approx. 2000 Approx. 170 2) Viewing single images in order at about five second intervals Getting started,
Using an external power source Using your cameraabroad DC IN jack cover Power sources 2 To wall outlet (wall socket) You can use your camera in any country or region with the supplied AC Adaptor within Power cord (mains lead) 100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Use a commercially available AC plug adaptor [a], if necessary, depending on the design of DC plug 1 the wall outlet (wall socket) [b]. 1 AC Adaptor 2 AC Adaptor AC-L15A/L15B , Open the DC IN jack cover and , Connect the power cord (mains connect the AC Adaptor lead) to the AC Adaptor and • Do not use an electronic transformer (travel (supplied) to the DC IN jack of then to a wall outlet (wall converter), as this may cause a malfunction. your camera. socket). Connect the DC plug with the v mark • When you have finished using the AC Adaptor, facing up. disconnect it from the DC IN jack of the camera. • Connect the AC Adaptor to an easily accessible • The set is not disconnected from the AC power wall outlet (wall socket) close by. If any trouble source (mains) as long as it is connected to the occurs while using the adaptor, immediately wall outlet (wall socket), even if the unit itself shut off the power by disconnecting the plug has been turned off. from the wall outlet (wall socket).,
Turning on/off your camera How to use thecontrol button
Auto power-off functionPOWER lamp If you do not operate the camera for about three minutes during shooting or viewing or Spot when performing SET UP, the camera turns CenterMulti Metering Mode WB ISO Mode off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery. The auto power-off function POWER only operates when the camera is operating switch using a battery pack. The auto power-off 400 function also will not operate in the 100Auto WB ISO Mode following circumstances. • When viewing movies , Slide the POWER switch in the To change the current settings of the • When a connector is plugged into the direction of the arrow. camera, bring up the menu or the SET UP (USB) jack or the A/V OUT (MONO) screen (page 41), and use the control button The POWER lamp (green) lights up and the jack. to make the changes. power is on. When you turn on your camera For each item, press v/V/b/B to select the for the first time, the Clock Set screen desired value, then press the center z or appears (page 16). v/V/b/B to make the setting. Turning off the power Slide the POWER switch in the direction of the arrow again. The POWER lamp goes out, and the camera turns off. • Do not remove the battery pack or the AC Adaptor with the lens portion extended, as this may cause malfunction. • If you turn on the power when the mode dial is set to , P, S, A, M, SCN or , the lens portion moves. Do not touch the lens portion while it is operating. 15 Getting started,
Setting the date and timeMode dial Clock Set Y/M/D Clock Set Y/M/D M/D/Y M/D/Y D/M/Y D/M/Y 2003 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK 2003 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK AM AM Cancel Cancel OK OK POWER switch123, Set the mode dial to . , Slide the POWER switch in the , Select the desired date display direction of the arrow to turn format with v/V on the control • You can also carry out this operation when the on the power. button, then press z. mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN, or . • To change the date and time, set the mode dial The POWER lamp (green) lights up and the Select from [Y/M/D] (year/month/day), to SET UP, select [Clock Set] in (Setup 1) 1 Clock Set screen appears on the LCD [M/D/Y] (month/day/year) or [D/M/Y] (page 118), and perform the procedure from step . screen. (day/month/year).3 • If the rechargeable button battery, which provides the power for saving the time data, is ever fully discharged (page 120), the Clock Set screen will appear again. When this happens, reset the date and time, by starting from step 3 above., Clock Set Y/M/D Clock Set Y/M/D Clock Set Y/M/D M/D/Y M/D/Y M/D/Y D/M/Y D/M/Y D/M/Y 2003 / 1 / 1 12 : 00 OK 2003 / 7 / 1 12 : 00 OK 2003 / 7 / 4 10 : 30 OK AM AM AM Cancel Cancel Cancel OK OK OK456, Select the year, month, day, , Set the numeric value with v/V , Select [OK] with B on the hour or minute item you want on the control button, then control button, then press z. to set with b/B on the control press z to enter it. The date and time are entered and the clock button. After entering the number, v/V moves to starts to keep time. The item to be set is indicated with v/V. the next item. Repeat this step until all of the items are set. • To cancel the date and time setting, select [Cancel] with v/V/b/B on the control button, then press z. • If you selected [D/M/Y] in step 3, set the time on a 24-hour cycle. Getting started,
Shooting still images Inserting and removing a discDisc cover OPEN lever Pickup lens Lock tab Disc12Push here 3 , Open the disc cover. , Place a disc in the disc tray. , Close the disc cover. While sliding the lock tab to the left, slide Place the disc with the printed side up, and Removing the disc down the disc cover OPEN lever, and open push down on the center of the disc until it Open the disc cover. Check to make sure that the the disc cover. clicks. disc has completely stopped rotating, then remove the disc. • You can use only 8 cm CD-R/CD-RW • Do not push with too force on the disc. • When the ACCESS lamp is flashing, it discs that have these marks. • Do not touch the pickup lens. means that image data is being read or written. Never open the disc cover or turn off the power at this time, as the image data may be damaged or the disc • For details on disc, see page 120. may become unusable. • While the camera is writing data on a disc, the disc cover OPEN lever is locked. • After you change the disc, “Repairing Data” may appear on the LCD screen and it may take about 10 minutes to prepare the disc for recording depending on the disc condition.,
Initializing a disc What is initialization? Mode dialInitialize Initialize Initialize Avoid any vibration Avoid any vibration Initialization is required to record images Ready to initialize Initialize in progress Initialize complete on a disc. When you perform finalization (page 85) using your camera to view images through a CD-ROM drive, initialization is also automatically performed, and you can continue to record images. Images recorded before finalization remain on the disc. 1 2 , Insert a new disc and set the , Select [OK] with v on the mode dial to , then turn on control button, then press z. the power. Initialization starts. Do not shake or strike “Initialize Place on level surface” appears the camera during initialization. on the LCD screen. To cancel initialization Select [Cancel] with V on the control button, then press z. After canceling the initialization, open and close the disc cover, then perform the procedure from step 1. • You can also carry out this operation when the mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN or . • You can also perform initialization using (Disc Tool 1) in the SET UP settings (page 117). Shooting still images,
Setting the still image size5.0M
VGA5.0M 4.5M(3:2) 5.0M 3.1M 4.5M(3:2) 1.2M 3.1M VGA 1.2M
VGAImage Size Image Size123, Set the mode dial to and , Press (Image Size). , Select the desired image size turn on the power. with v/V on the control button. The Image Size setup appears. The image size is set. • You can also carry out this operation when the • For details on the image size, see page 21. mode dial is set to P, S, A, M or SCN. When the setting is complete, press (Image Size) so that the Image Size setup disappears from the LCD screen. • The image size selected here is maintained even when the power is turned off.,
Image size and qualityYou can choose image size (number of The number of images that can • When images recorded using earlier Sony pixels) and image quality (compression be saved in a supplied CD-R2) models are played back on this camera, the ratio) based on the kind of images you want display may differ from the actual image size.(Units: images) to shoot. The larger you make the image • When the images are viewed on the LCD Quality3) screen of the camera, they all look the same size and the higher you make the image size. quality, the better your image, but also the Image Fine Standard • Number of shooting images can differ from larger the amount of data needed to preserve size these values according to shooting conditions. your image. This means you can save fewer 5.0M 51 95 • When the number of remaining shooting images in your disc. images is greater than 9999, the >9999 4.5M(3:2) 51 95 Choose an image size and quality level indicator appears on the LCD screen. appropriately for the kind of images you 3.1M 81 145 want to shoot. 1.2M 194 345 You can resize the images later (Resize VGA 655 1285 function, see page 77). 2) When [REC Mode] is set to [Normal] You can choose image size from among the For the number of images that can be saved in five options in the following tables. The other modes, see page 110. below image size is a minimum setting for 3) For more information about the image quality examples. When you want to improve mode, see page 43. image quality, select the larger image size. Image size Examples 5.0M 2592×1944 Very fine prints 4.5M(3:2) 2592 (3:2) 3:2 prints1) 3.1M 2048×1536 Printing A4 size images 1.2M 1280×960 Printing postcard size images VGA 640×480 Creating home pages 1) This option records images in a horizontal to vertical proportion of 3:2 to match the size of the print paper used. Shooting still images,
Basic still image shooting — Auto adjustment modeMode dial 60min 5.0M FINE 101 M AF 0EV F2.8 AE/AF lock indicator Flashes green123tLights up , Set the mode dial to , and , Hold the camera steadily with , Press and hold the shutter turn on the power. both hands and position the button halfway down. subject in the center of the The name of the folder where the image will The beep sounds. When the AE/AF lock be recorded appears on the LCD screen for focus frame. indicator changes from flashing to steadily approximately five seconds. The lens portion moves when you turn on lit, the camera is ready for shooting. the power. (The LCD screen may be frozen for a split • This camera can create new folders and select Do not cover the lens or flash with your second depending on the subject.) folders to be stored in the disc (page 43). fingers. The flash automatically pops up and strobes when the surroundings are dark. • The minimum focal distance to the subject is 50 cm (19 3/4 inches). To shoot even closer • If you release the shutter button, the recording subjects, use macro recording mode (page 26). will be canceled. • When the camera does not beep, the AF adjustment is not complete. You can continue to shoot, but the AF is not set properly (except in Continuous AF, see page 49). • The frame appearing on the LCD screen shows the focus adjustment range. (For more details on the AF range finder frame, see page 47.),
Mode dial for still image A (Aperture priority)60min 5.0M 101 95 shooting You can set the desired shooting functions M AF When shooting still images with your using menus (pages 41 and 112). In camera, you can choose from the following addition, you can select the aperture value shooting methods. (page 47). M (Manual) (Auto adjustment mode) You can set the desired shooting functions The focus, exposure and white balance are using menus (pages 41 and 112). In 4 automatically adjusted to allow easy addition, you can manually adjust the shooting. The image quality is set to [Fine] shutter speed and the aperture value , Press the shutter button fully (page 43). (page 47). down. P (Program auto shooting) SCN (Scene selection)
The shutter sounds. The image will be You can set the desired shooting functions You can select from the following modes torecorded in the disc. When ACCESS using menus (pages 41 and 112). In shoot according to the scene conditions lamp (page 10) goes out, you can shoot addition, you can change the combination (page 64). the next image. of the F value and the shutter speed – (Twilight mode) • When operating the camera using a battery (Program Shift, see page 45). – (Twilight portrait mode) pack, if you do not operate the camera for about – (Landscape mode) three minutes during recording, the camera S (Shutter speed priority) turns off automatically to prevent wearing – (Portrait mode)You can set the desired shooting functions down the battery (page 15). using menus (pages 41 and 112). In – (Snow mode) • While the image is being recorded on the disc, addition, you can select the shutter speed – (Beach mode)the ACCESS lamp flashes. Do not shake or strike the camera while this lamp is flashing. (page 46). Also do not turn off the power, remove the battery pack, or open the disc cover at this time, as the data may be damaged or the disc may become unusable. Shooting still images,
Checking the last image youshot — Quick Review
Auto Focus There are two Auto Focus functions: “AF 60min 5.0MWhen you try to shoot a subject that is range finder frame” which sets the focus 101 8/8 Review difficult to focus on, the AE/AF lock position according to the subject position indicator changes to flashing slowly. and size, and “AF mode” which sets the The Auto Focus function may have focus operation according to the AF difficulty working under the following response and the battery consumption. 101-0029 20037410:30PMRETURN conditions. In such cases, release the shutter See page 47 for details. button, then recompose the shot and focus again. • The subject is distant from the camera and dark. , Press b (7) on the control • The contrast between the subject and its background is poor. button. • The subject is seen through glass, such as To return to the normal shooting mode, a window. press lightly on the shutter button or press b • A fast-moving subject. (7) again. • The subject reflects or has a lustrous finish, such as a mirror or a luminous To delete the image displayed on the body. screen • A flashing subject. • A backlit subject. 1 Press (Delete). 2 Select [Delete] with v on the control button, then press z. The image is deleted.,
Using the zoom feature Smart zoom The maximum zoom scale depends on theW (wide-angle) T (telephoto) Digital processing lets you zoom in the image size. 60min VGA 101 60min VGA 101 96 96 x1.1 M AF x3.0 M AF image without deterioration. [3.1M]: 3.8× When the zoom exceeds 3×, enlargement is [1.2M]: 6.1× carried out using the smart zoom. When the [VGA]: 12× smart zoom is not needed, set [Smart Zoom] When the image size is [5.0M] or to [Off] in the SET UP settings (page 116). [4.5M(3:2)], the smart zoom does not When you press the zoom button, the zoom work. scaling indicator appears on the LCD screen. • When using the smart zoom, the image on the LCD screen may look rough. However, this , Press the zoom button to Zoom scaling indicator phenomenon has no effect on the recorded image. choose the desired zoom The T side of this line shows • AF range finder frame is not shown when using position for shooting. the extent of smart zoom the smart zoom. The AF range finder frame indicator flashes and the centrally-located Minimum focal distance to the subject has priority to focus on. subject x2.5 Approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 inches) from the lens surface • The lens portion moves during zoom operation. Do not touch the lens portion while it is operating. • The zoom magnification cannot be changed while shooting movies (page 80). Shooting still images,
Shooting close-ups — Macro60min 5.0M 101 60min 5.0M 101 96 95 M AF M AF12The macro recording mode is used when , Set the mode dial to , and , Center the subject in the frame, zooming up a small subject, such as flowers press B ( ) on the control and press the shutter button or insects. You can shoot close-ups of button. fully down. subjects up to the distances specified below. The (macro) indicator appears on the To return to normal recording mode When the zoom is set all the way to screen. Press B ( ) on the control button again. the W side: The indicator disappears. Approx. 4 cm (1 5/8 inches) from the lens • If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU surface first so that the menu disappears. When the zoom is set all the way to • You can also carry out this operation when the the T side: mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN (other than (Twilight mode) or (Landscape mode), Approx. 20 cm (7 7/8 inches) from the lens see page 64) or . surface,
Using the self-timer Selecting a flash mode60min 5.0M 101 60 60min 10196 min 5.0M 5.0M FINE 101 96 96 M AF M AFM AF 0EV F2.812, Turn the mode dial to , and , Center the subject in the frame, , Set the mode dial to , and press V ( ) on the control and press the shutter button press v ( ) on the control button. fully down. button repeatedly to select a flash mode. The (self-timer) indicator appears on the The self-timer lamp (page 9) flashes and a LCD screen. beep sounds after you press the shutter Each time you press v ( ), the indicator button until the shutter operates changes as follows. • If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU (approximately 10 seconds). first so that the menu disappears. • You can also carry out this operation when the To cancel the self-timer in the middle mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN or . of the operation Press V ( ) on the control button again. The indicator disappears from the LCD screen. • If you press the shutter button while standing in front of the camera, the focus and the exposure may not be correctly set. Shooting still images, No indicator (Auto): The flash • You can change the brightness of the flash with To reduce the red-eye automatically pops up and strobes when the [Flash Level] in the menu settings (page 113). phenomenon when shooting surroundings are dark. (You cannot change the brightness of the flash while the mode dial is set to .) live subjects r • When using the SL (Slow synchro) or (No Set [Red Eye Reduction] to [On] in the SET (Forced flash): The flash strobes flash) mode, the shutter speed becomes slower UP settings (page 116). indicator regardless of the surrounding brightness. in dark places, so using a tripod is recommended. appears on the LCD screen, and the flash r • While charging the flash, the /CHG lamp pre-strobes before shooting to reduce the SL (Slow synchro): The flash strobes regardless of the surrounding brightness. flashes. After the charging is complete, the red-eye phenomenon. lamp goes out. The shutter speed is slow in a dark place, so • When you press the shutter button halfway you can clearly shoot the background that is down while the flash is strobing, the /CHG out of flash light. lamp turns on. r • You can mount an external flash on this camera (No flash): The flash does not strobe. (page 67). • Attaching a conversion lens (not supplied) may block the light from the built-in flash or cause m • If the menu is currently displayed, press MENU the lens shadow to appear. first so that the menu disappears. • This setting is maintained even when the power • You can also carry out this operation when the is turned off. mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN ( (Portrait mode)) or (Clip Motion). • The recommended shooting distance using the flash is approximately 0.5 m to 5.0 m (19 3/4 inches to 196 7/8 inches) (when [ISO] is set to [Auto]). • 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.,
Recording images with the • If hologram AF light does not reach the subject About Hologram AFhologram AF sufficiently or the subject has weak contrast, focus will not be achieved. (An approximate “Hologram AF (Auto-Focus)” is an AF fill The hologram AF is fill light to focus more distance of 0.5 m to 4.0 m (19 3/4 inches to 13 light system that applies laser holograms to easily on a subject in dark surroundings. feet 1 3/8 inches) is recommended.) enable you to shoot still images in dark When not using this function, set • Focus is achieved as long as hologram AF light places. The Hologram AF system uses [Hologram AF] to [Off] in the SET UP reaches the subject, even if the light is slightly gentler radiation than conventional high- off the center of the subject. settings (page 116). brightness LEDs or lamps, thus satisfying • When the focus preset distance is set (page 50), ON appears on the screen and the hologram the hologram AF does not function. Laser Class 1* specifications and AF emits red light when the shutter button • When [Conversion Lens] is set to [On] in the maintaining higher safety for human eyes. is pressed halfway until the focus is locked. SET UP settings (page 117), the hologram AF * Hologram AF satisfies Class 1 (time base does not function. 30 000 seconds), specified in JIS (Japan), IEC 60min 5.0MFINE 101 96 • If the hologram AF emitter is dirty, the (EU), and FDA (US) industry standards. M AF hologram AF light may be dimmed and focus 0EV Complying with these standards identifies the ON F2.8 may not be achieved. In this case, wipe the 30 laser product as safe, under the condition that a hologram AF emitter with a dry cloth. human can look at the laser light either directly • The hologram AF emitter emits very bright or focused through a lens for 30 000 seconds. light. Although there are no problems with safety, directly looking into the hologram AF emitter at close range is not recommended. • Do not block the hologram AF emitter during recording. • The AF range finder frame is not displayed. AF range finder frame indicator flashes and the centrally-located subject has priority to focus on. • The hologram AF does not function when SCN is set to (Twilight mode) or (Landscape mode). Shooting still images,
Indicators on the screen during shootingIndicators on • For a detailed description of the indicators, see 60min 5.0M 101 page 125. M AF • For a detailed description of the histogram, see page 52. • The setting selected here is maintained even when the power is turned off. r DISPLAY/LCD BACK LIGHT ON/OFF Histogram on 60min 5.0M 101 Each time you press DISPLAY/LCD M AF BACK LIGHT ON/OFF, the display changes in the following order. r Indicators off M AF r Backlight off,
Inserting the date and time on a still imageCamera11Camera 11 Camera 1 Moving Image : MPEG Movie 1Moving Image : 2 2 AF Mode : Monitor AF Mode : Day&Time Moving Image : MPEG Movie2 1 Smart Zoom : On Smart Zoom : Date AF Mode : Monitor1 Date/Time : Off Date/Time : 1Off Smart Zoom : On22Red Eye Reduction : Off Red Eye Reduction : Date/Time : Date2 1 Hologram AF : Auto 1 Hologram AF : Red Eye Reduction : Off 1 Hologram AF : Auto22SELECT OK PAGE SELECT123, Set the mode dial to SET UP. , Select (Camera 1) with v on , Select the date and time setting the control button, then press with v/V on the control button,
The SET UP screen appears. B. then press z.• When images are shot with the date and time Select [Date/Time] with v/V, Day & Time: Superimposes the date, hour, superimposed, the date and time cannot be then press B. removed later. and minute onto the image. • The date and time do not appear on the LCD Date: Superimposes the year, month and screen during shooting, instead, “ ” appears • If you select [Date], the date is superimposed day onto the image. in the upper left corner of the LCD screen. The onto the image in the order selected in “Setting Off: Does not superimpose the date and actual date and time appear in red during the date and time” (page 16). time onto the image. playback only.
After the setting has been completed, set themode dial to , and shoot the image. • You can also superimpose the date and time with the mode dial set to P, S, A, M or SCN. • This setting is maintained even when the power is turned off. Shooting still images,
Viewing still images Viewing images on the LCD screen of your Viewing single imagescamera Single (single-image) Index (nine-image) Index (triple-image) 60min VGA 101 8/9 screen screen screen 60min VGA 101 8/9 Aperture Value: F2.8 Shutter Speed: 1/30 101-0008 20037410:30PMBACK/NEXT VOLUME Exposure Value: 0.0 ISO: 100 101-0008 20037410:30PM BACK/NEXT VOLUME SINGLE DISPLAY MOVE 101-0002 20037410:30PM SINGLE DISPLAY BACK/NEXT You can view images shot with your camera • For a detailed description of the screen , Set the mode dial to , and almost immediately on the LCD screen. indicators, see page 125. turn on the power. You can select the following three methods • For details on movies, see page 81. for viewing images. The last image in the selected recording folder (page 43) appears on the screen. Single (single-image) screen You can view one image at a time, displayed over the entire screen. Index (nine-image) screen Nine images are displayed simultaneously in separate panels on the screen. Index (triple-image) screen Three images are displayed simultaneously in separate panels on the screen. Various image information items are also displayed. • You can switch the displayed image to the previous image or the next image by rotating the jog dial (page 42).,
Viewing an index screen (nine-image or triple-image)60min VGA 101 3/9 Aperture Value: F2.8 Shutter Speed: 1/30 Exposure Value: 0.0 ISO: 100 101-0003 20037410:30PM 101-0002 20037410:30PM BACK/NEXT VOLUME SINGLE DISPLAY MOVE SINGLE DISPLAY BACK/NEXT , Select the desired still image , Press the zoom W (index) , Press the zoom W (index) with b/B on the control button. button once. button once more. b : To display the preceding image The display switches to the Index (nine- The display switches to the Index (triple- B : To display the next image image) screen. image) screen. Press v/V on the control button to display To display the next (previous) index the remaining image information. screen Press v/V/b/B on the control button to To display the next (previous) index move the yellow frame up/down/left/right. screen Press b/B on the control button. To return to the single-image screen Press the zoom T repeatedly, or press z on the control button. Viewing still images,
Viewing images on a TV screen VGA101 2/9 101-0002 20037410:30PM BACK/NEXT VOLUME A/V connecting cable (supplied) 1 2 TV/Video switchA/V OUT (MONO) jack 3 , Connect the supplied A/V , Turn on the TV and set the TV/ , Set the mode dial to , and connecting cable to the A/V Video switch to “Video”. turn on the camera.
OUT (MONO) jack of thePress b/B on the control button to select the camera and the audio/video • The name and location of this switch may differ depending on your TV. For details, see the desired image. input jacks of the TV. operating instructions supplied with the TV. • When using your camera abroad, it may be If your TV has stereo input jacks, connect necessary to switch the video output signal to the audio plug (black) of the A/V match that of your TV system (page 118). connecting cable to the Lch jack. • Turn off both your camera and the TV before connecting the camera and the TV with the A/V connecting cable. • We recommend using the AC Adaptor (supplied) to prevent the power from turning off partway., Viewing images on a TV screen PAL-M system If you want to view images on a TV screen, Brazil you need a TV with a video input jack and the A/V connecting cable (supplied). PAL-N system The color system of the TV must match that Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay of your digital still camera. Check the following lists: SECAM system Bulgaria, France, Guiana, Hungary, Iran, NTSC system Iraq, Monaco, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, etc. Bahama Islands, Bolivia, Canada, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Jamaica, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Peru, Surinam, Taiwan, the Philippines, the U.S.A., Venezuela, etc. PAL system Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Holland, Hong Kong, Italy, Kuwait, Malaysia, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, etc. Viewing still images,
Deleting still images Deleting images60min VGA 60min VGA 60min VGA 101 2/9 101 2/9 101 2/9 Delete Delete 101-0002 20037410:30PM Exit BACK/NEXT VOLUME Delete Exit Select All In Fo Eldexrit OK BACK/NEXT OK BACK/NEXT123, Set the mode dial to , and , Press (Delete). , Select [Delete] with v on the turn on the camera. control button, then press z. The image has not yet been deleted at this
Press b/B on the control point. When the message “Disc access”button to select the image you disappears, the image has been deleted. want to delete. • You cannot delete the protected image (page 75). To continue and delete other images • When using a CD-R, the disc remaining space Display the image to be deleted with b/B does not increase even if you delete images. on the control button. Then, select [Delete] • When using a CD-RW, the disc remaining with v and press z. space increases only if you delete the last image you shot while is indicated on the LCD screen. If you modify an image, or open To cancel deleting and close the disc cover, disappears. Select [Exit] with V on the control button, • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you then press z. may not be able to delete the image. • It may take some time to delete the images.,
Deleting images in index (nine-image) modeDelete Exit Select All In Folder Delete Exit Select All In Folder SELECT MOVE TO NEXT123, While an index (nine-image) , Select [Select] with b/B on the , Select an image you want to screen (page 33) is displayed, control button, then press z. delete with v/V/b/B on the press (Delete). control button, then press z. To delete all the images in the folder Select [All In Folder] with B on the control The green indicator appears on the button, then press . Select [OK], then selected image. At this point, the image has z press z. All of the unprotected images in not yet been deleted. Repeat this step for all the folder are deleted. To cancel deleting, of the images you want to delete. select [Cancel], then press z. • To cancel a selection, press z again so that the indicator disappears. Deleting still images,
Deleting images in index (triple-image) modeAperture Value: F2.8 Shutter Speed: 1/30 Delete Exposure Value: 0.0 ISO: 100 Exit 101-0002 20037410:30PM 101-0002 20037410:30PM Delete Exit OK SINGLE DISPLAY BACK/NEXT OK BACK/NEXT412, Press (Delete) and select , While an index (triple-image) , Press (Delete). [OK] with B on the control screen (page 33) is displayed, The image has not yet been deleted at this button, then press z. set the image you want to point. delete to the center with b/B on When the message “Disc access” disappears, the images have been deleted. the control button. To cancel deleting Select [Exit] with b on the control button, then press z.,
Formatting a CD-RWDisc Tool 1 Finalize: OK Format: Cancel 1 Initialize: Delete Unfinalize: Exit 101-0002 20037410:30PM 2 OK BACK/NEXT
OK312, Select [Delete] with v on the , Place the CD-RW you want to , Select 1 (Disc Tool 1) with v/ control button, then press z. format in the disc tray. V on the control button, then
Set the mode dial to SET UP, press B. Select [Format] withWhen the message “Disc access” disappears, the image has been deleted. and turn on the camera. v/V, then press B. To cancel deleting • A CD-R cannot be formatted. • We recommend using the AC Adaptor to Select [Exit] with on the control button, • Formatting is performed to delete all the images prevent the power from turning off partway V on the CD-RW or to use a CD-RW formatted through the formatting. then press z. with other equipment than this camera. • When you format a CD-RW, all data stored on the disc including protected images will be deleted. The CD-RW is also automatically initialized after formatting. Deleting still images, Format Format Place on level surface Avoid any vibration All data will be erased Format in progress Ready? O K Cancel
OK3 4 , Select [OK] with v on the , Select [OK] with v, then press control button, then press z. z. “Format Place on level surface” appears on When the message “Format in progress” the LCD screen. disappears, formatting has been completed. To cancel formatting • It may take some time to format a CD-RW. Select [Cancel] with V on the control • A CD-RW can be formatted about 300 times. button, then press . • A CD-RW formatted using other equipment z than this camera cannot be used with this camera. Format the disc again with this camera.,
Before advanced operations Changing the menu settings Changing the items in the How to setup and SET UP screenoperate your camera a Press MENU. The menu appears. a Set the mode dial to SET UP. The usage of the menus and SET UP screen The SET UP screen appears. items that are most frequently used for Camera 1 “Advanced operations” is described below. Moving Image : MPEG Movie AF Mode : Monitor Spot Center Smart Zoom : On Multi Date/Time : Off2 Metering Mode WB ISO Mode Red Eye Reduction : Off 1 Hologram AF : Auto Control b Press SELECTb/B on the control Mode dial button button to select the item you b Press v/V/b/B on the control want to set. button to select the item you The selected item turns yellow. want to set. FINE The frame of the selected item turns yellow.
MENU1 Setup 1 Fine LCD Brightness: Standard LCD Backlight: WB ISO P.Quality Mode 1 Beep: Language: 2 OK Clock Set: Cancel c Press v/V on the control 2
OKbutton to select the desired setting. c Press z on the control button The frame of the selected setting turns to enter the setting. yellow, and the setting is entered.
To turn off the SET UP screen To turn off the menu display displayPress MENU. Set the mode dial to anything other than SET UP. Before advanced operations,
How to use the jog dial To select the item To select the valueThe jog dial is used to change the setting a Turn the jog dial to select the You can select values that are displayed in values when shooting with the manual item you want to set. yellow. adjustment modes (shutter speed priority Move the yellow indication b to select mode, aperture priority mode, manual the item. Turn the jog dial to select the value exposure mode), EV adjustment, focusing you want to set 60min 5.0M FINE 101 manually or choosing AF range finderM4The displayed value is set.M AF frame. 0EVF5.6 Mode dial b Press the jog dial. The value turns yellow. 60min 5.0M FINE 101M4MAF 0EV F5.6 Select Set c To set other items, press the jog dial and then perform the following operations. Jog dial • Items that cannot be selected are displayed as gray., c Select (P. Quality) with b/B,
Deciding the still then select the desired image Creating or selectingimage quality quality with v/V. a folder
FINE Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN Mode dial: SET UPYou can select the still image quality from Your camera can create multiple folders [Fine] or [Standard]. within a disc. You can select the folder used Fine Standard to store images. WB ISO P.Quality Mode When not creating a new folder, “101MSDCF” folder is selected as the Mode dial Control button • This setting is maintained even when the power recording folder. is turned off. You can create folders up to “999MSDCF.” • You can also carry out this operation when the mode dial is set to (Multi Burst) (page 60). Mode dial Control button
MENUa Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M or SCN.
MENUb Press MENU. The menu appears. • Up to 4000 images can be stored in one folder. When the folder capacity is exceeded, a new folder is automatically created. Before advanced operations,
Creating a new folder Changing the recordinga Set the mode dial to SET UP. folder b Select 2 (Disc Tool 2) with / a Set the mode dial to SET UP. v V, [Create REC. Folder] with B/ b Select 2 (Disc Tool 2) with v/ v/V, and [OK] with B/v, then V, [Change REC. Folder] with press z. B/v/V, and [OK] with B/v, then The following screen appears. press z. 60min The recording folder selection screen Create REC. Folder appears. Creating REC. Folder 102MSDCF Select REC. Folder 2/2 Ready? 102OKFolder Name: 102MSDCF Cancel No. Of Files: 0 OK Created: 2003741:05:34 AMOKcSelect [OK] with v, then press Cancel OK BACK/NEXT z. A new folder is created with a number c Select the desired folder with one higher than the largest number in b/B, and [OK] with v, then the disc, and the folder becomes the press z. recording folder.
To cancel folder creation To cancel changing therecording folder Select [Cancel] in step 2 or 3. Select [Cancel] in step 2 or 3. • Once you create a new folder, you cannot delete the new folder with the camera. • You cannot select the “100MSDCF” folder as a • Images are recorded in the newly created folder recording folder. until a different folder is created or selected. • The image is stored in the newly selected folder. You cannot move images to a different folder with this camera.,
Advanced still image shootinga Set the mode dial to P.
Shooting with Shooting with the Program Shift b Shift the F value and shutter manual adjustmentsspeed combination. — Program Shift Select the F value and shutter speed Mode dial: S/A/M combination with the jog dial
Mode dial: P (page 42). is indicated. You can manually adjust the shutter speedProgram Shift lets you quickly change the F and aperture values according to the value (aperture value) and shutter speed • You cannot shift the F value and shutter speed purpose of shooting. min combination while keeping the brightness combination when the shutter button is pressed 60 5.0M FINE 101M 4 halfway down. M AF Aperture fixed. 0EV• When the brightness changes, the F value and F3.5 value . 50shutter speed also change. Shutter speed Shutter value Mode dial Jog dial Mode dial Description S Shutter speed priority mode. Other settings are automatically adjusted to attain correct exposure according to the brightness of the subject. A Aperture priority mode. Other settings are automatically 60min 5.0MFINE 101 60min 5.0MFINE 101PPadjusted to attain correct 96 96 M AF M AF exposure according to the 0EV F5.6 F8.0 brightness of the subject. 800 400 M Mode for manually adjusting both the shutter speed and aperture values to achieve the desired shooting condition. Advanced still image shooting, • You cannot make manual adjustments when Shutter speed priority mode shooting movies. NR slow shutter • If the proper exposure is not obtained after This function lets you shoot a fast-moving The NR slow shutter function removes noise making the settings, the setting value indicators subject with its motion frozen, or the flow from recorded images, providing clear on the screen may flash when the shutter button motion of a moving subject. images. When using a shutter speed of 1/6 is pressed halfway down. You can shoot in this second or slower, the NR slow shutter condition, but we recommend that you adjust function activates automatically and “NR” 60min 5.0M FINE 101 60min 5.0M FINE 101 the flashing values again. S4S4appears before the shutter speed indication. M AF M AF • The auto flash function does not operate. 0EV 0EV F5.6 F5.6 • You can adjust an exposure value when the 1000 8” Press the shutter mode dial is set to S or A (page 51). button fully down. 1/1000 s (shortest) 8 s (longest) Mode dial r Jog dial a Set the mode dial to S. Then the screen turns black. b Select a shutter speed value. Capturing
Select a shutter speed with the jog dial(page 42). The shutter speed can be selected from 1/1000 to 8 seconds. r Finally, when
If you select a shutter speed of“Processing” 1/6 second or slower, NR slow shutter Processing disappears, the function is automatically activated. image has been recorded. • Shutter speeds of one second or longer are indicated with ["] after the value, such as 1". • To eliminate the effects of vibration, use of a tripod is recommended. • When a slow shutter speed is set, processing may take some time.,
Aperture priority mode Manual exposure mode Choosing an autoThis function lets you change the focus You can manually adjust the shutter speed depth to bring both the subject and and aperture values to achieve the desired focus method background into focus or to shoot a subject shooting condition according to your You can set the AF range finder frame and with a fuzzy background. purpose. the AF mode. 60min 5.0M FINE 101 60min 5.0M FINE 1A0E1A4A460min 5.0MFINE 101 M AF M AFM4AF range finder frame 0EV 0EV M AF F5.6 F5.6 0EV 160 13 F5.6 The AF range finder frame selects the focus position according to the subject position and size. Aperture value F2 Aperture value F8 (minimum) (maximum) AF Mode The difference between the set value and The AF mode sets the focus operation the appropriate exposure determined by the a Set the mode dial to A. according to the AF response and the camera is displayed on the screen as the EV battery consumption.
Select an aperture value. value (page 51). 0EV indicates that the bmost suitable value has been set by the Select an aperture value with the jog camera. dial (page 42). The aperture value can Mode dial be selected from F2 to F8. a Set the mode dial to M. Jog dial • The range of values that can be selected varies, b Select the shutter speed value. depending on the zoom position. Select the shutter speed value with the • The shutter speed is automatically adjusted jog dial (page 42). from 1/1000 to 8 seconds. c Select the aperture value. Select the aperture value with the jog dial (page 42). FOCUS Control button Advanced still image shooting,
Choosing a focus range Spot AF The focus is adjusted automatically.finder frame This is useful when focusing on an When you press and hold the shutter — AF range finder extremely small subject or a narrow area. button halfway down and the focus is Use together with the AF lock function lets adjusted, the color of the AF range
Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN/ you shoot in the desired image composition. finder frame changes from white toTake care to hold the camera steady so that green.
Multipoint AF the subject does not deviate from the rangeThe camera calculates the distance in three • When you are shooting movies (MPEG Movie) finder frame. places to the left and right and in the center and you choose Multipoint AF, the distance to of the image, letting you shoot using the a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M, the center of the screen is estimated as an average, so the AF works even with a certain auto focus function without worrying about SCN or . amount of vibration. Selected frame priority AF the image composition. This is useful when b Press FOCUS to switch to AF and Spot AF automatically focus only on it is difficult to focus on the subject because selected frame, so these are convenient when it is not in the center of the frame. You can range finder frame select. you want to focus only on what you aim at. check the position where the focus was Each time you press FOCUS, the • When you use the smart zoom or Hologram AF, setting changes in the following order. priority AF movement is given to subjects in or adjusted using the green frame. near the center of the frame. In this case, AF The Multipoint AF is the factory setting. AF range finder frame select range finder frame indicator flashes and the AF Y range finder frame is not displayed. Focus preset
Selected frame priority AFYou can select from five different AF range c Select the desired AF range. finder frames (Center, Left, Right, Top or Select the AF range with the jog dial Bottom). This is useful when focusing on a (page 42). subject near the selected frame. You can select the AF range from Use together with the AF lock function lets Multipoint AF, Center, Left, Right, you shoot in the desired image composition. Bottom, Top and Spot AF. 60min 5.0M FINE 101 M AF F2.8 30 AF range finder frame,
Choosing a focus operation Continuous AF a Set the mode dial to SET UP.— AF Mode The camera adjusts the focus before the b Select (Camera 1) with v,
Mode dial: SET UP shutter button is pressed and held halfwaydown, and then continues to adjust the focus [AF Mode] with B/v/V. You can select from the following three even after AF lock is completed. This c Select the desired mode with focus modes for your camera. allows shooting of moving subjects with
B/v/V, then press z.continued focus.
Single AF• • When shooting in Macro mode, the AF speed This mode allows accurate focusing over a The focus is not adjusted after the lock is drops in order to focus accurately on close wide range from near to distant subjects, completed in the following cases, and the C AF subjects. For quicker shooting, using a different indicator flashes. The camera operates in and is useful for shooting stationary mode than Macro mode is recommended.Monitoring AF mode. subjects. The focus is not adjusted before – When shooting in the dark place the shutter button is pressed and held – When shooting with a slow shutter speed halfway down. When the shutter button is • The AF range finder frame is locked to the pressed and held halfway down and AF lock center. is complete, the focus is locked. • Focus adjustment may not be able to keep up when shooting fast moving subjects. • There is no lock sound when the focus is
Monitoring AF adjusted.This shortens the time needed for focusing. • When recording with the self timer, the focus is The camera adjusts the focus before the locked when you press the shutter button all the way down. shutter button is pressed and held halfway • Battery consumption may be faster than in any down, letting you compose images with the other AF mode. focus already adjusted. When the shutter button is pressed and held halfway down and AF lock is complete, the focus is locked. The factory setting is Monitoring AF. • Battery consumption may be faster than in Single AF mode. Advanced still image shooting,
Shooting techniques • You can carry out the AF lock adjustment Setting the distanceWhen shooting with the subject at the edge of process before you press the shutter button to the subject the frame, the camera may focus on the center fully down. instead of on the subject at the edge of the — Focus preset frame. In a case like this, use AF lock to focus on the subject, and then recompose the picture Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN/ and shoot (except in Continuous AF mode).
When shooting an image using a previouslyCompose the shot so that the subject is set distance to the subject, or when shooting centered in the AF range finder, and press the a subject through a net or through window shutter button halfway down. When the AE/AF lock indicator stops flashing glass, it is difficult to get the proper focus in and remains on, return to the fully composed auto focus mode. In these cases, use of the shot, and press the shutter button fully down. Focus preset is convenient. AE/AF lock indicator 60min 5.0M FINE 101 P 98 Mode dial M AF 0EV Jog dial F2.8 AF range 30 finder frame m 60min 5.0M FINE 101 M AF 0EV F2.8 FOCUS • When you are using AF lock, you can capture an image with the correct focus even if the subject is at the edge of the frame., a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M, To reactivate auto focusing
SCN, or . Press FOCUS again so that the focus setting Adjusting theinformation disappears. exposure b Press FOCUS to switch to focus preset. • Focus setting information is approximate, and — EV adjustment Each time you press FOCUS, the should be used as a reference. Mode dial: P/S/A/SCN/ setting changes in the following order. • If you point the lens up or down, the error will Focus preset increase. This lets you adjust the exposure value • When you select 0.1 m (4 inches) with the Y which is set by automatic adjustment. You zoom set to the T side, you may not get a clear AF range finder frame select focus. In such cases, the focus setting can select values ranging from +2.0EV to information flashes. Press the zoom W button –2.0EV in steps of 1/3EV. The focus is fixed and the 9 (manual until the indicator stops flashing. focus) indicator appears. • The focus preset does not work properly when Mode dial attaching a conversion lens (not supplied). c Turn the jog dial to select the Jog dial desired focus setting. You can select from the following distance settings: (Units: m) 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.5, 0.8, 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, 3.0, 5.0, 7.0, 10, 15, and ∞ (infinity) DISPLAY/LCD BACK LIGHT ON/OFF Advanced still image shooting, a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, Displaying a histogram Shooting techniques
SCN or .Normally, the camera automatically adjusts A histogram is a graph showing the b Press (Exposure). the exposure. If the image is too dark or too brightness of an image. The horizontal axis bright as shown below, we recommend that shows the brightness, and the vertical axis c Select the desired exposure you adjust the exposure manually. When shows the number of pixels. The graph value with the jog dial. shooting a back-lit subject or a subject display indicates a dark image when Adjust the exposure value while against a white (e.g. snowy) background, skewed to the left side, and a bright image checking the brightness of the adjust the exposure toward the + side. When when skewed to the right side. The background. shooting a black, subject that fills the screen, histogram is a useful reference for checking 60min 5.0M FINE 101 adjust the exposure toward the – side. the exposure during recording and playback M AF without being affected by the brightness of +1.0EV F2.8 30 the LCD screen. 60min 5.0M FINE 101 S AF 0EV
To reactivate auto exposure Underexposedt Adjust toward + Dark Bright Return the exposure adjustment value to 0EV. a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M • If a subject is being shot in extremely bright or or SCN. dark conditions, or the flash is used, the exposure adjustment may not be effective. b Press DISPLAY/LCD BACK
LIGHT ON/OFF to display theAppropriate exposure histogram. c Adjust the exposure based on the histogram. Overexposed t Adjust toward –, Adjusting the exposure to the + side shifts • appears in the following cases: the histogram to the right side. – When recording in the smart zoom range Selecting the 60min – When the image size is [4.5M (3:2)]5.0M FINE 101 P 96 – When rotating a still image metering mode M AF 0EV • The histogram before recording represents the histogram of the image displayed on the screen Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN/ at that time. A difference occurs in the histogram before and after you press the shutter This function enables you to select the button. When this happens, check the histogram metering mode to suit the shooting Adjusting the exposure to the – side shifts while playing back a single-image or during conditions and purpose. the histogram to the left side. Quick Review. In particular a large difference may appear in 60min 5.0M 101 the following cases: Multi-pattern metering ( )P M AF 0EV – When the flash strobes The image is divided into multiple regions – When [P. Effect] is set to [Solarize] and metering is performed for each region. – When the shutter speed is slow or high The camera judges the subject position and • The histogram may not appear for images background brightness, and determines a recorded using other cameras. well-balanced exposure. The camera is set to multi-pattern metering • The histogram also appears when the mode dial as the factory setting. is set to , but you cannot adjust the exposure. Center-weighted metering ( ) • The histogram also appears when you press Metering is performed with priority given DISPLAY/LCD BACK LIGHT ON/OFF while playing back a single image (page 32) or during to the center of the image. The camera Quick Review (page 24). determines the exposure based on the • The histogram does not appear in the following brightness of a subject near the center cases: according to the shooting aim. – When the menu is displayed – During Quick Review of an image recorded in Exposure Bracket mode – When using playback zoom – When playing back an image recorded with the mode dial set to Advanced still image shooting, Spot metering ( ) Light is measured only for the specific Shooting with the region where the subject is located. This lets Mode dial exposure fixed Control button you adjust the exposure to the subject even when the subject is backlit or there is strong — AE LOCK contrast between the subject and the Mode dial: P/S/A/SCN/ background. Position the spot metering cross hair on one Once you press AE LOCK, the exposure is point of the subject you want to shoot. fixed. • When using center weighted metering or MENU Mode dial spot metering, to focus on the same spot Shutter as used for metering, we recommend using the center weighted AF range a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M, finder frame (page 48). SCN or . b Press MENU. 60min 5.0MFINE 101 The menu appears. M AF F2.8 c Select (Metering Mode) with 30 Spot metering AE LOCK cross hair b/B, then select [Multi], [Center] or [Spot] with v/V. a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, SCN or . b Focus on a portion of the image that has the desired exposure value, then press AE LOCK., The exposure is fixed and the AE-L indicator appears. Shooting techniques Shooting three You can shoot with the exposure locked to a 60min 5.0M FINE 101 P 98 specific portion of the image. images with the M AF F2.8 exposure shifted 30 Measure the exposure of the desired portion of the subject using the center weighted metering or spot metering function. — Exposure Bracket Press AE LOCK to lock the exposure, and Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN then recompose the picture and shoot. c Target the subject you want to The camera records three images in shoot and press and hold the Portion of the image succession, each with the exposure value shutter button halfway down. used to determine the shifted. The exposure compensation value exposure The focus is automatically adjusted. can be set between ±1.0EV from the appropriate exposure value in 1/3EV steps. d Press the shutter button fully down. Shutter Mode dial
To release AE LOCK Control buttonCarry out one of the followings: • Press AE LOCK again after step 2. • Release your finger from the shutter button after step 3. • Press down the shutter button in step 4.
MENUAdvanced still image shooting, a Set the mode dial to SET UP. To return to normal mode The SET UP screen appears. Select [Normal] in step 6. b Select (Camera 2) with v/V 2 • You cannot use the flash in this mode. and [Bracket Step] with B/v, • During shooting in this mode, the images are then press B. not displayed on the screen. Compose the image before pressing the shutter button. c Select the desired bracket step • The focus and white balance are adjusted for the first image, and these settings are also used value with v/V, then press z. for the other images. ±1.0EV: Shifts the exposure value by • When the exposure is manually adjusted plus or minus 1.0EV. (page 51), the adjusted value is used for the ±0.7EV: Shifts the exposure value by center value. plus or minus 0.7EV. • The recording interval is approximately ±0.3EV: Shifts the exposure value by 0.5 second. • You cannot select a shutter speed of plus or minus 0.3EV. 1/6 second or slower. d Set the mode dial to , P, S, • If the subject is too bright or too dark, you may be unable to shoot properly with the selected
A, M or SCN. bracket step value.e Press MENU. The menu appears. f Select [Mode] (REC Mode) with b/B, then select [Exp Brktg] with v/V. g Shoot the image., WB (Flash) • Under fluorescent lights that flicker, the white
Adjusting color tones Adjusts the white balance only to the flash balance adjustment function may not workcorrectly even though you select conditions — White Balance (Fluorescent). • When the flash strobes, the manual setting is
Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN/ (One push) canceled, and the image is recorded in [Auto]For adjusting the white balance depending mode (except in WB (Flash) mode or When the white balance is set to Auto, the on the light source (One push) mode).white balance is automatically set and the overall color balance is adjusted according Mode dial To shoot in one-push white to the shooting conditions. However, when Control button balance mode you shoot under fixed conditions or special lighting conditions, you can manually 1 Select [ ] (One push). adjust the white balance. The indicator appears. 2 Frame a white object such as a piece of Auto (no display) paper filling the screen under the same Adjusts the white balance automatically lighting conditions as you will shoot the subject. (Daylight) MENU 3 Press v. Shooting outdoors, shooting night scenes, The indicator flashes quickly. neon signs, fireworks or sunrises, or a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M, When the white balance has been shooting just before and after sundown SCN or . adjusted and stored in the memory, the b Press MENU. indicator stops flashing. (Cloudy) Shooting under a cloudy sky The menu appears. • The indicator means: c Select [WB] (White Bal) with b/ Slow flashing: The white balance is not set or (Fluorescent) was not able to be set.
B, then select the desiredShooting under fluorescent lighting Quick flashing: The white balance is being setting with v/V. adjusted (after you press v). Lit steady: The white balance has been set. (Incandescent) • Do not shake or strike the camera during quick • Places where the lighting conditions To reactivate auto adjustment flashing the indicator. change quickly Select [Auto] in step 3. • If the indicator keeps flashing even when • Under bright lighting such as you press v, record in automatic white balance mode. photography studios Advanced still image shooting, • When you select the one-push white balance c Select [ ] (Flash Level) with mode, the screen momentarily turns blue. Adjusting the flash b/B, then select the desired • When flash mode is set to (Forced flash) or SL (Slow synchro), the white balance is level setting with v/V. adjusted to the condition with the flash High: Makes the flash level higher emitting. — Flash Level than normal.
Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN Normal: Normal setting.Shooting techniques You can adjust the amount of flash light. Low: Makes the flash level lower than normal. The subject coloring is affected by the lighting conditions. For example, the entire image appears blue under sunlight in the • You can carry out this operation even when the Mode dial summer, and white items gain a reddish tint mode dial is set to (Clip Motion). under incandescent light bulbs, etc. The Control button human eye can resolve these problems, but digital still cameras cannot recognize the correct colors without adjustments. Normally, the camera makes these adjustments automatically, but if recorded image colors appear unnatural, we recommend that you adjust the white balance. MENU a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M or SCN. b Press MENU. The menu appears.,
Before operation d Shoot the image for the first Shooting multiple Set [Moving Image] to [Clip Motion] in the frame.frames SET UP settings (pages 41 and 116). — Clip Motion Shutter Making “Clip Motion” Mode dial: Mode dial Control button You can shoot a number of consecutive still images (GIF animation). The GIF format has a small file size, making it convenient e Shoot the image for the next for creating home pages or attaching images frame. to e-mail. Press the shutter button to shoot the next frame, then repeat this operation • Due to the limitations of the GIF format, the until you have shot the desired number number of colors for Clip Motion images is of frames. reduced to 256 colors or less. Therefore, the image quality may deteriorate for some images. a Set the mode dial to . f Press z. All the frame images are recorded on Normal (160×120) b Press (Image Size). the disc. Clip Motion of up to 10 frames can be The Image Size setup appears. recorded. This is suitable for use on home Select the desired mode with To delete some or all of the pages, etc. c frame images while making a v/V. Clip Motion recording Mobile (120×108) You can select from [Normal] or Clip Motion of up to two frames can be [Mobile]. 1 Press b (7) in step 4 or 5. recorded. This is suitable for use with The frame images you shot are played portable data terminals. back in turn and stop at the last image. 2 Press (Delete), and select • The file size is reduced in Mobile mode, so the [Delete Last], or [Delete All] with b/B, image quality deteriorates. then press z. Advanced still image shooting, 3 Select [Delete] with v, then press z. When [Delete Last] is selected in step 2, Shooting in Multi Shutter each time you repeat steps 1 through 3, Burst mode Mode dial the last frame you shot is deleted. Control button — Multi Burst • Note that all images are not recorded on the disc until you carry out step 6. Mode dial: • For the number of images that can be recorded This mode records 16 frames in succession in Clip Motion, see page 111. each time you press the shutter button. This • The date and time are not superimposed onto Clip Motion images. is convenient for checking your form in • When viewing an image recorded in Clip sports, for example. MENU Motion on the index screen, the image may appear different from the actual image. • GIF files not created on this camera may not be a Set the mode dial to . displayed correctly. b Press MENU. The menu appears. c Select (Interval) with b/B, then select the desired frame
Before operation interval with v/V.Set [Moving Image] to [Multi Burst] in the You can choose the frame interval SET UP settings (pages 41 and 116). from the menu settings (page 41). 1/30" 1/7.5 1/15 1/30 WB Interval PFX, d Shoot the image. a Set the mode dial to , P, S, The 16 frames are recorded as a single Shooting three A, M or SCN. image (image size: 1.2M). images continuously b Press MENU. • See page 73 to play back images recorded in — Burst 3 The menu appears. Multi Burst mode using this camera. • For the number of images that can be recorded Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN c Select [Mode] (REC Mode) with in Multi Burst mode, see page 111. This mode is used for continuous shooting. b/B, then select [Burst 3] with • You cannot use the flash in this mode. • Date and time cannot be superimposed onto Each time you press the shutter button in v/V. images. this mode, the camera records three images in succession. TIFF Voice E-Mail Exp Brktg Shutter Burst 3 Normal Mode dial REC Mode Control button d Shoot the image. When the “Recording” indication disappears, you can shoot the next image.
To return to normal modeMENU Select [Normal] in step 3. • You cannot use the flash in this mode. • During shooting in this mode, the images are not displayed on the screen. Compose the image before pressing the shutter button. • The recording interval is approximately 0.5 second. • You cannot select a shutter speed of 1/6 second or slower. Advanced still image shooting, When the “Recording” indication
Shooting still images disappears, you can shoot the next Shooting still imagesin TIFF mode image. for e-mail — TIFF To return to normal mode — E-Mail Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN Select [Normal] in step 3. Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN This mode records an image without • JPEG images are also recorded in the image In E-mail mode, a small-size image compression, so the image quality does not size selected by the (Image Size) menu (320×240) that is suitable for e-mail deteriorate. Images recorded in this mode (page 20). Uncompressed (TIFF) images are transmission is also recorded at the same are suitable for editing on a computer, etc. recorded in [5.0M] size except when [4.5M time as recording a normal still image. (See (3:2)] is selected. • Writing data takes more time than in normal page 20 for the normal still image sizes.) recording mode. Mode dial • For the number of images you can record in Shutter Control button TIFF mode, see page 110. Mode dial Control button
MENU MENUa Set the mode dial to , P, S, A, M or SCN. a Set the mode dial to , P, S, b Press MENU. A, M or SCN. The menu appears. b Press MENU. c Select [Mode] (REC Mode) with The menu appears. b/B, then select [TIFF] with v. d Shoot the image., c Select [Mode] (REC Mode) with d Shoot the image. b/B, then select [E-Mail] with Shooting still images If you press and release the v/V. with audio files shutter button, sound is recorded for five seconds. d Shoot the image. — Voice If you hold down the shutter When the “Recording” indication button, sound is recorded until you Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN disappears, you can shoot the next release the shutter button for up to image. In Voice mode, an audio track is also 40 seconds. recorded at the same time as recording a
To return to normal mode normal still image. To return to normal modeSelect [Normal] in step 3. Select [Normal] in step 3. Shutter Mode dial • For instructions on how to attach images to an Control button • To view images recorded in Voice mode, carry e-mail message, consult the User’s Manual for out the same procedure described in “Viewing your e-mail software. movies on the LCD screen” (page 81). • For the number of images you can record in • For the number of images you can record in E-mail mode, see page 110. Voice mode, see page 110.
MENUa Set the mode dial to , P, S,
A, M or SCN.b Press MENU. The menu appears. c Select [Mode] (REC Mode) with b/B, then select [Voice] with v/
V.Advanced still image shooting,
Shooting according to Twilight portrait mode Portrait modeSuitable for shooting portraits in dark Backgrounds blur away, and the subject isscene conditions places. Allows you to shoot sharp images of sharpened. people in dark places without losing the — Scene Selection dark atmosphere of the surroundings. The Mode dial: SCN shutter speed becomes slower, so we recommend that you use a tripod to prevent When shooting night scenes, shooting shaking. people at night, shooting landscapes, shooting portraits, shooting snowy scenes, or shooting at the shore, use the following modes to increase the quality of your Snow mode images. When shooting snowy scenes or other When the shutter speed is 1/6 second or places where the whole screen appears slower, the NR slow shutter function white, use this mode to prevent sunken activates automatically (page 46). • The flash strobes regardless of the surrounding colors and record clear and sharp images. brightness. Twilight mode Landscape mode Allows you to shoot night scenes at far distance without losing the dark atmosphere Focuses on a distant subject to shoot of the surroundings. The shutter speed landscapes, etc. becomes slower, so we recommend that you use a tripod to prevent shaking. • The flash is set to (Forced flash) or (No flash). • You cannot shoot in macro mode. • The flash is set to (Forced flash) or (No flash). • You cannot shoot in macro mode. • You cannot use the flash., Beach mode To cancel Scene Selection When shooting seaside or lakeside scenes, Set the mode dial to a different mode. Adding special effects the blue of the water is clearly recorded. • When you record in Burst 3 mode or Bracket — Picture Effect mode, the shutter speed becomes faster, so the Mode dial: P/S/A/M/SCN/ image may not be recorded just as you intended. You can digitally process images to obtain • When the NR slow shutter function activates, special effects. shooting may take some time. • The setting is maintained even when the power Solarize is turned off. The light contrast is • The flash is set to (Forced flash) or (No clearer and the picture flash). looks like an illustration. Mode dial Control button Sepia The picture is sepia- toned like an old photograph.
MENUNeg.Art a Set the mode dial to SCN. The color and brightness of the b Press MENU. picture are reversed as in a negative. The menu appears. c Select [SCN] with b, then select the desired mode with v/V. Advanced still image shooting, c Set the mode dial to , P, S,
Confirming whether to A, M or SCN.Mode dial record images Control button d Record the image. — Confirm before write 60min 5.0MFINE 101 Confirm 1/1 Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN When this function is activated, recorded Record images are temporarily stored in the camera Delete
OKmemory, letting you confirm whether or not to save the images you have recorded on a MENU e Select [Record] or [Delete] disc. If you delete an unwanted image with v/V, then press z. before recording, the disc remaining space a Set the mode dial to P, S, A, M, does not decrease. If you select [Record] “Recording” appears on the screen, SCN or . Shutter and the image will be recorded on the Mode dial b Press MENU. Control button disc. The menu appears. If you select [Delete] Select [Delete], then press z to not c Select [PFX] (P. Effect) with b/ record the image on the disc. B, then select the desired Select [Cancel], then press z to return mode with / . to the previous screen.v V • You can carry out this operation even when the
To cancel Picture Effects mode dial is set to (Multi Burst).Select [Off] in step 3. a Set the mode dial to SET UP. b Select (Disc Tool 2) with v/ V, [Confirm B. Write] with B/V, and [On] with B/v, then press z.,
To confirm recording of images Using the Sony HVL-F32Xshot in the Exposure Bracket or Using an external Flash
Burst 3 modes flashYou can mount the Sony HVL-F32X flash You can confirm whether to record each of on the advanced accessory shoe of your the images by pressing b/B in step 5 and Mode dial: /P/S/A/M/SCN camera. The HVL-F32X is also equipped displaying the three images in order. Using an external flash will allow you to with automatic flash level adjustment and 60min BRK 5.0MFINE 101 shoot more vivid flash pictures than when AF fill light shooting functions. Confirm 1/3 using an internal flash. a Mount the HVL-F32X external flash on the advanced Record Delete Shutter accessory shoe. BACK/NEXT OK Advanced Mode dial Control accessory button b Turn on the HVL-F32X. shoe c Set the mode dial to , P, S,
A, M or SCN.d Shoot the image. ACC jack • When using a Sony optional external flash, check that [Hot Shoe] is set to [Off] in the SET UP settings. • The flash does not strobe when shooting in Burst 3, Exposure Bracket, (Twilight mode), MPEG Movie or Multi Burst mode. • You cannot have an external flash and the built- in flash strobe at the same time. • Note that when shooting with two or more external flashes, the camera functions may not operate normally, or the camera may malfunction. • You can carry out this operation even when the mode dial is set to (Clip Motion). Advanced still image shooting,
Using the Sony HVL-F1000 Using a commercially • Set the most appropriate aperture value Flash available external flash according to the guide number of the flash usedand the distance to the subject. You can mount the Sony HVL-F1000 flash You can mount a commercially available • The flash guide number varies according to the ISO sensitivity (page 112) of the camera, so be on the advanced accessory shoe of your external flash that supports advanced sure to check the ISO number. camera. accessory shoe. • Note that the camera may not function properly a Mount the HVL-F1000 external a Mount the external flash to the or may malfunction when using a flash manufactured by another company for a flash on the advanced advanced accessory shoe. specific camera (generally a flash with multiple accessory shoe. contact points on the advanced accessory shoe), b Set the mode dial to SET UP. a high-voltage type flash, or a flash accessory. b Plug the flash into the ACC • If you record with [Hot Shoe] set to [Off] in the c Select (Camera 2) with v/V, jack. 2 SET UP settings, the built-in flash may rise up. [Hot Shoe] with B/V, [On] with If this happens, return the built-in flash to its c Turn on the HVL-F1000. B/v, then press z. original position and set [Hot Shoe] to [On]. d Set the mode dial to , P, S, d Turn on the external flash.
A, M or SCN. For details, please consult theoperating instructions supplied with e Shoot the image. your flash. • When using a Sony optional external flash, e Set the mode dial to M or A. check that [Hot Shoe] is set to [Off] in the SET The flash also strobes when the mode UP settings. dial is set to , P, S, SCN or (Clip Motion), but we recommend recording with the mode dial set to M or A. f Shoot the image.,
Advanced still image viewingd Select the desired folder with Single screen
Selecting the folder b/B.60min VGA and playing back 101 9/9 Select Folder 2/2 images 102Folder Name: 102MSDCF No. Of Files: 9 Created: 2003741:05:34 AM — FolderOK101-0009 20037410:30PM
Mode dial: Cancel BACK/NEXT VOLUMEOK BACK/NEXTSelect the folder that images you want to Index (nine-image) screen playback are stored. e Select [OK] with v, then press z. Mode dial Control button To cancel the selection In step 5, select [Cancel]. SINGLE DISPLAY MOVE
When multiple folders areIndex (triple-image) screen created in the disc When the first or last image in the folder is displayed, the following indicators appear on the screen. Aperture Value: F2.8MENU Shutter Speed: 1/30 : Moves to the previous folder. Exposure Value: 0.0ISO: 100 a Set the mode dial to . : Moves to the next folder. 101-0001 20037410:30PM : Moves to both the previous and next SINGLE DISPLAY BACK/NEXT b Press MENU. folders. The menu appears. • When no images are stored in the folder, “No file in this folder” appears. c Select [Folder] with b, then • You can play back images from a last-shot one press z. without selecting the folder. Advanced still image viewing,
Enlarging an image e Adjust the image size with the Enlarging a portion of — Playback zoom zoom W/T button.a still image a Set the mode dial to .
Mode dial: b Display the image to beYou can enlarge a part of an image up to enlarged. five times the original size. You can also record the magnified image as a new file. c Press the zoom T button to zoom in on the image. d Select the desired portion of Mode dial the image with v/V/b/B. Control button To cancel playback zoom Press v Press z. • You cannot use playback zoom for movies (MPEG Movie), Clip Motion images and Multi Press Press Burst images. b B • If you press the zoom W button while a non- enlarged image is displayed, the LCD screen MENU switches to the index screen (page 33). Zoom button • You can enlarge the images displayed with the Quick Review function (page 24) by Press V performing steps c to e. v: To view more of the top of the image V: To view more of the bottom of the image b: To view more of the left side of the image B: To view more of the right side of the image,
Recording an enlarged c Select [Slide] with b/B, thenimage — Trimming Playing back press z. successive images Press MENU after playback Set the following items with v/V/b/B.a zoom. — Slide Show Interval The menu appears. 5 sec/10 sec/30 sec/1 minMode dial: b Select [Trimming] with B, then ImageYou can play back recorded images in Folder:Plays back all images in the press z. order. This function is useful for checking selected folder. your images or for presentations, etc. c Select the image size with v/V, All: Plays back all images stored in then press . the disc.z The image is recorded, and the image RepeatMode dial on the screen returns to the normal size Control button On: Plays back images in a after recording. continuous loop (approx. 20 min.)*. • The trimmed image is recorded as the newest Off: After all the images have been file in the selected recording folder, and the played back, the slide show original image is retained. ends. • The quality of trimmed images may deteriorate. • * The slide show does not end until all the images You cannot trim to an image size of 3:2. • have been played back, even if the playback You cannot trim uncompressed (TIFF) images. • MENU time exceeds 20 minutes.You cannot trim images displayed with Quick Review. d Select [Start] with V/B, then • If you trim an image, the disc remaining space a Set the mode dial to . will decrease. press z. • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you b Press MENU. The slide show begins. may be unable to trim an image. The menu appears.
To cancel the Slide Show settingSelect [Cancel] in step 3. Advanced still image viewing,
To stop slide show playback a Set the mode dial to , andPress z, select [Exit] with B, then press z Rotating still images display the image to rotate. again. — Rotate b Press MENU.
To skip to the next/previous Mode dial: The menu appears.image during the slide show You can rotate an image recorded in portrait c Select [Rotate] with B, then Press B (next) or b (previous). orientation and display it in landscape press z. orientation. • The interval setting time is approximate, and d Select with v, then rotate may vary according to the playback image size. the image with b/B. e Select [OK] with v/V, then press z.
To cancel rotationSelect [Cancel] in step 4 or 5, then press z. • You cannot rotate protected images and images recorded as movies (MPEG Movie), Clip Motion, Multi Burst and uncompressed (TIFF) images. • You may not be able to rotate images shot with other cameras. Mode dial • When viewing images on a computer, the Control button image rotation information may not be reflected depending on the application software. • If you rotate an image, the disc remaining space will decrease. • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you may not be able to rotate an image.
Playing back continuously Playing back frame by frame Playing back imagesshot in Multi Burst a Set the mode dial to . — Jog playback mode b Select the Multi Burst image a Set the mode dial to . with b/B. b Select the Multi Burst image
Mode dial: The selected Multi Burst image is with b/B.You can play back Multi Burst images played back continuously. The selected Multi Burst image is continuously or play them back frame by 60min 14 14 played back continuously.frame. This function is used for checking 101 / the image. c Press z when the desired frame is displayed. Mode dial 101-0014 20037410:30PM PAUSE BACK/NEXT VOLUME “Step” appears. Control button 60min 101 14/14
To pause playback Step12/16Press z. To resume playback, press z again. The playback starts from the frame 101-0014 20037410:30PM displayed on the LCD screen. PLAY FRAME BACK/NEXT VOLUME d Advance the frame with b/B.
B:A next frame is displayed. Whenyou keep and press B, the frame • advances.When Multi Burst images are played back on a computer or on a camera without the Multi b:A previous frame is displayed. Burst function, the 16 frames you shot will be When you keep and press b, the displayed at the same time as part of one image. frame advances in the reverse direction. Advanced still image viewing,
To return to the normal playbackPress z in step 4. The playback starts from the frame displayed on the LCD screen.
To delete shot imagesWhen using this mode, you cannot delete only certain frames. When you delete images, all 16 of the frames are deleted at the same time. 1 Display the desired Multi Burst image to delete. 2 Press (Delete). 3 Select [Delete], then press z. All of the frames are deleted., Still image editing
In single-image mode In index (nine-image) mode Protecting imagesa Set the mode dial to . a Set the mode dial to , then — Protect b Display the image you want to press the zoom W (index) to Mode dial: protect with / . display the index (nine-image) b B screen. This function protects images against c Press MENU. accidental erasure. b Press MENU. The menu appears. The menu appears. Mode dial d Select [Protect] with b/B, then Control button c Select [Protect] with b/B, then press z. press z. The displayed image is protected. The - (protect) indicator appears on the d Select [Select] with b/B, then image. press z. 60min VGA 101 2/9 e Select the image you want to protect with v/V/b/B, then
MENUZoom button Protect press z. Exit OK BACK/NEXT The green - indicator appears on the selected image. e To continue and protect other • If you protect an image, the disc remaining space will decrease. If you cancel the images, select the desired protection, the disc remaining space will also image with b/B, then press z. decrease. • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you may not be able to protect an image. To cancel the protection SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT • It may take some time to protect the images. Press z again in step 4 or 5. The - indicator disappears. f Repeat step 5 to protect other images. Still image editing, g Press MENU. In index (triple-image) mode To cancel previously set protection h Select [OK] with B, then press a Set the mode dial to , then Select the image to be unprotected, and z. press the zoom W (index) press z in step 4. To cancel protection of The - indicator turns white. The twice to display the index all images, repeat this process for each selected images are protected. (triple-image) screen. image.
To exit the Protect function b Display the image you want toSelect [Cancel] in step 4 or select [Exit] in protect in the center position step 8, then press z. with b/B. c Press MENU.
To cancel individual protectionThe menu appears. Select the image to be unprotected with v/V/b/B, then press z in step 5. The - d Select [Protect] with v/V, then indicator turns gray. Repeat this operation press z. for all images that are to be unprotected. The center image is protected. The - Press MENU, select [OK], and then press indicator appears on the image. z.
To protect all images in the DPOFfolder ProtectFolder Select [All In Folder] in step 4, and press 101-0002 20037410:30PM OK BACK/NEXT z. Select [On], then press z. e To protect other images,
To cancel all protection of all display the image you want toimages in the folder protect in the center position Select [All In Folder] in step 4, and press with b/B, and repeat step 4. z. Select [Off], then press z., c Press MENU.
Changing image size The menu appears. Choosing images to— Resize d Select [Resize] with / print b B, then
Mode dial: press z. — Print (DPOF) markYou can change the image size ofaeSelect the desired size with v/ Mode dial: recorded image, and save it as a new file. V, then press z. You can mark still images shot with your You can resize to the following sizes. The resized image is recorded in the camera that you want to have printed. This 5.0M, 3.1M, 1.2M, VGA recording folder as the newest file. function is convenient when you have The original image is retained even after images printed at a shop or using a printer resizing. To cancel resizing that conforms with the DPOF (Digital Print Select [Cancel] in step 5. Order Format) standard. Mode dial Control button • You cannot change the size of movies (MPEG Movie), Clip Motion, Multi Burst or Mode dial uncompressed (TIFF) images. Control button • When you change from a small size to a large size, the image quality deteriorates. • You cannot resize to an image size of 3:2. • When you resize a 3:2 image, the upper and lower black portions will be displayed on the image. MENU • If you resize an image, the disc remaining space will decrease. MENU • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you a Set the mode dial to . may not be able to resize an image. b Display the image you want to • You cannot mark movies (MPEG Movie) or resize with b/B. Clip Motion images. • In E-mail mode, a print (DPOF) mark is marked on the normal size image that is recorded at the same time. • When you mark images shot in Multi Burst mode, all the images are printed on one image divided into 16 frames. Still image editing, • If you mark an image shot in TIFF mode with a In single-image mode In index (nine-image) mode print (DPOF) mark, only the uncompressed (TIFF) image is printed, and the JPEG image a Set the mode dial to . a Set the mode dial to , then recorded at the same time is not printed. press the zoom W (index) to • If you mark an image with a print mark, the b Display the image you want to disc remaining space will decrease. If you mark with / display the index (nine-image) b B. unmark the print mark, the disc remaining screen. space will also decrease. c Press MENU. • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you b Press MENU. may not be able to mark an image with a print The menu appears. The menu appears. mark. d Select [DPOF] with b/B, then • Make sure to finalize the disc before having c Select [DPOF] with B, then images printed at a shop that supports the press z. press z. DPOF standard (page 85). The mark is marked on the displayed image. d Select [Select] with b/B, then 60min VGA press z. 101 2/9 • When marking marks, you cannot select [All In Folder]. DPOF e Select the image you want to Exit OK BACK/NEXT mark with v/V/b/B, then press e To continue and mark other z. images, display the desired The green mark appears on the image with b/B, then press z. selected image.
To unmark the markPress z again in step 4 or 5. The mark disappears. SELECT MOVE MENU TO NEXT f Repeat step 5 to mark other images., g Press MENU. In index (triple-image) mode To unmark the mark h Select [OK] with B, then press a Set the mode dial to , then Press z again in step 4. The mark . press the zoom W (index) disappears. Repeat this operation for all the z images you want to unmark. The mark turns white. The twice to display the index mark setting is completed. (triple-image) screen. b Display the image you want to
To unmark marks mark in the center positionSelect the images to be unmarked in step with b/B. 5, then press z. c Press MENU.
To unmark all the marks in The menu appears.the folder d Select [DPOF] with v, then Select [All In Folder] in step 4, then press press z. z. Select [Off], then press z. The mark is marked on the center image.
To exit the mark functionSelect [Cancel] in step 4, or select [Exit] in step 8. DPOF Protect Folder 101-0002 20037410:30PM OK BACK/NEXT e To continue and mark other images, display the image you want to print in the center position with b/B, and repeat step 4. Still image editing,
Enjoying moviesc Select the desired size with v/ Shooting close-ups (Macro)
Shooting movies V. Set the mode dial to and follow the Mode dial: You can choose from 640 (VGA), 160procedure on page 26. (Mail). You can shoot movies with sound (MPEG For details on the recording time for Using the self-timer movies) using your camera. each image size, see page 111. Set the mode dial to and follow the d Press the shutter button fully procedure on page 27.
Before starting down.Set [Moving Image] to [MPEG Movie] in • Do not touch the microphone during shooting “REC” appears on the screen and the the SET UP settings (pages 41 and 116). movies. camera starts recording the image and • You cannot use the flash. sound. • The date and time are not superimposed onto Shutter movies. 60min 160 101Mode dial Control button REC 00:00:02[00:10:48] • The zoom magnification cannot be changed while shooting movies. • Recording stops when the disc is full. e Press the shutter button fully DISPLAY/LCD down again to stop recording. BACK LIGHT ON/OFF
Indicators during shootinga Set the mode dial to . The screen indicators are not recorded. b Press (Image Size). Each time you press DISPLAY/LCD The Image Size setup appears. BACK LIGHT ON/OFF, the status of the LCD screen changes as follows: Indicators off t LCD backlight off t All indicators on. A histogram is not displayed. For a detailed description of the indicators, see page 126., a Set the mode dial to . To advance or rewind the movie
Viewing movies on Press b/B during playback.the LCD screen b Select the desired movie with To return to the normal playback, press z. b/B.
Mode dial: Movies with the image size [160 Indicators during viewing(Mail)] are displayed a size smaller. You can view movies on the LCD screen movies with sound from the speaker. 60min 160101 10/10 Each time you press DISPLAY/LCD 00:00:00 BACK LIGHT ON/OFF, the status of the screen changes as follows: Indicators off Mode dial t LCD backlight off tAll indicators on. Control button 101_0010 20037410:30PMPLAY BACK/NEXT VOLUME A histogram is not displayed. • Movies with the image size [640 (VGA)] For a detailed description of the indicators, are displayed on the full screen. see page 128. c Press z. • The procedure for viewing movies on a TV is The movie and sound are played back. the same as that for viewing still images During playback, B (Playback) (page 34). appears on the screen. • The movies recorded using earlier Sony models DISPLAY/LCD BACK Speaker may be also displayed a size smaller. LIGHT ON/OFF 60min 160101 10/10 00:00:03 Playback bar 101_0010 20037410:30PM STOP REV/CUE VOLUME
To stop playbackPress z again.
To adjust the volumePress v/V to adjust the volume. Enjoying movies,
In single-image mode In index (nine-image) mode Deleting moviesa Set the mode dial to . a Set the mode dial to , then — Delete b Display the movie you want to press the zoom W (index) to Mode dial: delete with / . display an index (nine-image) b B screen. You can delete unwanted movies. c Press (Delete). b Press (Delete). The movie has not yet been deleted at Mode dial this point. c Select [Select] with b/B, then Zoom button Control button d Select [Delete] with v, then press z. press z. d Select the movie you want to When the message “Disc access” delete with v/V/b/B, then disappears, the movie has been deleted. press z. To continue and delete other The green (Delete) indicator e appears on the selected movie. movies, display the movie you want to delete with b/B, and repeat step 4. • When using a CD-R, the disc remaining space does not increase even if you delete images. • When using a CD-RW, the disc remaining To cancel deletion SELECT MOVE TO NEXT space only increases if you delete the last image Select [Exit] in step 4 or 5, then press z. you shot while is indicated on the LCD The movie has not yet been deleted at screen. If you modify an image, or open and this point. close the disc cover, disappears. e Repeat step 4 to delete other • If the disc remaining space is not sufficient, you may not be able to delete an image. movies. f Press (Delete)., g Select [OK] with B, then press In index (triple-image) mode To cancel deletion z. Select [Exit] in step 4, then press z. a Set the mode dial to , then When the message “Disc access” press the zoom W (index) disappears, the movies have been deleted. twice to display an index (triple-image) screen.
To cancel deletion b Display the movie you want toSelect [Exit] in step 3 or 7. delete in the center position
To delete all movies in the folder with b/B.Select [All In Folder] in step 3, then press c Press (Delete). z. To cancel deletion, select [Cancel] with b, then press z. Delete Exit 101_0010 20037410:30PM • OK BACK/NEXT The movie has not yet been deleted at this point. d Select [Delete] with v, then press z. When the message “Disc access” disappears, the middle-positioned movie has been deleted. Enjoying movies, jyggyp
Recommended computer • If you connect two or more USB equipment to Viewing images on environment a single computer at the same time, someyour computer equipment, including your camera, may not x Recommended Windows operate depending on the type of USB equipment. — Introduction environment • Operations are not guaranteed when using a OS: Microsoft Windows 98, Windows USB hub. There are two methods for viewing 98SE, Windows 2000 Professional, • Operations are not guaranteed for all the images on a computer. Windows Millennium Edition, Windows recommended computer environments XP Home Edition, or Windows XP mentioned above. – Viewing images using a CD-ROM drive Professional (page 85). (Windows only) The above OS must be installed at the Communication with your – Copying images into your computer factory. Operation is not assured in an through a USB connection (page 91, 97). computerenvironment upgraded to the operating (Windows and Mac OS X only) When your computer resumes from the systems described above or in a multi-boot suspend or sleep mode, communication environment. between your camera and your computer CPU: MMX Pentium 200 MHz or faster may not recover at the same time. USB connector: Provided as standard Display: 800 × 600 dots or more High Color (16-bit color, 65,000 colors) or When a USB connector is not more provided on your computer You can copy images using a CD-ROM x Recommended Macintosh drive. Finalize the disc beforehand environment OS: (Windows only). Mac OS X (v10.0/v10.1/v10.2) Only USB connection is possible. You cannot view the contents of discs using the CD-ROM drive. USB connector: Provided as standard Display: 800 × 600 dots or more 32,000-color mode or more, c Select [OK] with v on the
Viewing images using Mode dial control button, then press z. CD-ROM driveFinalize Place on level surface
Finalizing a discReady? You must execute finalization before O KCancel viewing images recorded with your camera OK through a CD-ROM drive. Discs that have “Finalize Place on level surface” not been finalized cannot be read with a Control button appears on the LCD screen. CD-ROM drive. a Set the mode dial to SET UP, d Select [OK] again with v on
What is finalization? and turn on the power. the control button, then pressThe SET UP screen appears on the z. • Finalization is required to view images LCD screen. recorded with your camera through a CD- Finalize ROM drive. • During finalization, we recommend Avoid any vibration • You can record new images on a finalized using the AC Adaptor to prevent the Finalize in progress disc by initializing it again. Initialization power from turning off partway. is automatically performed when a disc is finalized using the camera. You must b Select (Disc Tool 1) with v/1 execute finalization to view new images V on the control button, then When “Finalize in progress” through a CD-ROM drive. However, press B. disappears, finalization has been each time you execute finalization, the completed.Select [Finalize] with v, then disc remaining space will decrease by Finalization starts and the disc approximately 13 MB. Therefore, we press B. remaining indicator changes from recommend that you execute finalization to , or from to . RW RWDisc Tool 1 for multiple images at a time. 1 Finalization may take some time. Place Finalize : OK • You can finalize a disc later, even if you Format : Cancel the camera on a stable surface, and do 1 Initialize : remove it from the camera. Unfinalize : not shake or strike the camera during • The CD-ROM drive must support 1 finalization. MultiRead in order to read discs that have 2 been finalized. OK Enjoying images on your computer,
To cancel finalization Canceling finalization b Select [OK] with v on theSelect [Cancel] with V on the control button (Unfinalize) (CD-RW only) control button, then press z. in step 3 or 4, then press z. Once finalization starts, you cannot cancel it. a Place the CD-RW you want to Unfinalize unfinalize in the disc tray. Avoid any vibration
Set the mode dial to . Unfinalize in progressUnfinalize Place on level surface When “Unfinalize in progress” Ready? disappears, unfinalization has beenOKCancel completed. OK Unfinalization starts and the disc remaining indicator changes from “Unfinalize Place on level surface” RWto . appears on the LCD screen. RWUnfinalization may take some time. Place the camera on a stable surface, • You can also carry out this operation when the and do not shake or strike the camera mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, SCN or . • You can cancel the last-executed finalization during unfinalization. (unfinalization). Once canceled, the disc space used for that finalization is recovered. To cancel the unfinalization Select [Cancel] with V on the control button in step 1, then press z.
To unfinalize again aftercanceling the unfinalization Set the mode dial to SET UP, then select [Unfinalize] under (Disc Tool 1) in the SET UP settings (pages 41 and 117). • You cannot execute unfinalization when you record a new image or edit an image on a CD- RW after executing finalization.,
Using the supplied 8cm CD b Pull the third tab to the outside c Check that the disc is setadapter and slip the disc into place. correctly in the grooves of the Release the third tab and the adaptor, all the tabs are even a Slide the disc into the inner disc will be held firmly in with the surface of the adaptor, groove and under two of the tabs on the inner circle of the place. and the disc does not protrude adaptor in the order shown by from the adaptor. the numbers. 1 Printed side of the disc Printed side of • Do not expose the adaptor to direct sunlight or the adaptor heat sources. • The adaptor can be used only with Mavica If your CD-ROM drive does not discs. It cannot be used with other 8 cm CD-R/ • If the tabs protrude, press them into place, as support 8 cm CD, use the supplied CD-RW. this may cause your CD-ROM drive to 8 cm CD adaptor. malfunction. • The supplied adaptor may not be compatible with your CD-ROM drive. For details, see the operating instructions for the CD-ROM drive. • The reverse side of the disc is the recordable surface. • “SONY” is printed on the reverse side of the adaptor and the surface is lustrous. Enjoying images on your computer,
Viewing images throughabOpen [My Computer] and d Double-click the desired image CD-ROM drive double-click the drive you use file.for the disc — Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP (Example:[MV_20030101(E:)]). a Start up your computer and insert a finalized disc into the11CD-ROM drive of your11computer. The file opens. • Copying a file to the hard disk of your c Double-click “DCIM,” then computer before viewing it is recommended. If double-click the folder you play back the file directly from the disc, the image and sound may break off. containing the image file you • To view images on a CD-RW using a CD-ROM want to view. drive, the drive must support MultiRead. Consult the drive manufacturer as to whether your drive supports MultiRead. • This section describes how to view images through a CD-ROM drive using Windows Me as an example. The required operations may differ depending on your OS. • You can use the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for Sony” software to view images on your 101 computer. For details, see page 92. The folder contents are displayed.,
Image file storage destinations and image file namesImage files recorded with your camera are grouped as folders in the disc. Example: For Windows Me users Folder containing image data recorded usinga311camera without the folder creation function Folder containing image data recorded with this camera When no new folders have been created, this is only “101MSDCF” Folder containing E-mail mode and TIFF mode image data, movie data and Voice mode audio data recorded using a camera without the folder creation function • Data in the “100MSDCF” or “MSSONY” folders is for playback only, and your camera cannot record images in these folders. • For more information about the folder, see page 43. Enjoying images on your computer, Folder File name File meaning 101MSDCF DSC0ssss.JPG • Still image files shot in up to 999MSDCF – Normal mode – Bracket mode (page 55) – Burst 3 mode (page 61) • Image files shot in Multi Burst mode (page 60) • Still image files recorded simultaneously in – E-Mail mode (page 62) – TIFF mode (page 62) – Voice mode (page 63) DSC0ssss.JPE • Small-size image files shot in E-Mail mode (page 62) DSC0ssss.MPG • Audio files shot in Voice mode (page 63) DSC0ssss.TIF • Uncompressed (TIFF) image file recorded in TIFF mode (page 62) CLP0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion files shot in Normal mode (page 59) CLP0ssss.THM • Index image files of Clip Motion files shot in Normal mode MBL0ssss.GIF • Clip Motion files shot in Mobile mode (page 59) MBL0ssss.THM • Index image files of Clip Motion files shot in Mobile mode MOV0ssss.MPG • Movie files shot in MPEG Movie mode (page 80) • ssss stands for any number within the range from 0001 to 9999. • The numerical portions of the following files are the same. –A small-size image file shot in E-Mail mode and its corresponding image file –An audio file shot in Voice mode and its corresponding image file –An uncompressed image file shot in TIFF mode and its corresponding image file –An image file shot with Clip Motion and its corresponding index image file, b Click [CD Mavica] on the e Click [Next].
Copying images into model selection screen.your computer through a USB connection • Close down all applications running on the The installing menu screen appears. computer before installing. • When using Windows 2000 or XP, log on as c Click [PTP Manager USB “Choose Destination Location” screen administrator. Driver] on the installing menu appears. screen. f Select the destination folder,
Installing the PTP Manager then click [Next].— Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me • When using Windows XP, you need not install the PTP Manager. • Once the PTP Manager is installed, you need not install the PTP Manager again. a Start up your computer, and The “Choose Setup Language” screen insert the supplied CD-ROM appears. “Select Program Folder” screen into the CD-ROM drive. d Select the desired language appears. Do not connect your camera to then click [OK]. your computer at this time. The model selection screen appears. If it does not appear, double-click (My Computer) t (ImageMixer) in that order. “Welcome to the InstallShield Wizard for PTP Manager” screen appears. • This section describes the English screen. Enjoying images on your computer, g Select [PTP Manager] asaiClick [Finish]. Installing “ImageMixer” program folder, then click — Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP [Next]. You can use the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for Sony” software to copy, view and edit images. For details, see the software’s help files. a Click [ImageMixer] on the installing menu screen. j Select “Yes, I want to restart Select the desired language, my computer now,” then click “Start Copying Files” screen appears. then click [OK]. [Finish]. h Check the settings and click [Next]. The computer turns off and then immediately on again (restart). The “Welcome to the InstallShield The PTP Manager installation starts. Wizard” screen appears. When installation finishes, “InstallShield Wizard Complete” • This section describes the English screen. screen appears., b Follow instructions on each Connecting the camera to b Turn on your computer and succeeding screen. your computer the camera. Install “ImageMixer” according to the a Insert the disc with the images screen. you want to copy into the • When you use Windows 2000 or Windows XP, camera. install “WinASPI”. Connect the power cord • If DirectX8.0a or a later version is not installed in your computer, the “Information” screen (mains lead) to the AC Adaptor appears. Follow the procedure on the screen to (supplied) and then to a wall install. outlet (wall socket). c Restart your computer according to the screen. c Open the jack cover, and connect the supplied USB d Remove the CD-ROM. cable to the (USB) jack of the camera. To a wall outlet (wall socket) • For further details on the AC Adaptor, see page 14. SONY • For further details on the disc, see page 18. Enjoying images on your computer, d Connect the USB cable to your PDisconnecting the USB cable Copying images computer. from your computer or removing a Follow the steps on page 93 the disc from your camera and make the USB connection, during USB connection the PTP Manager starts. Click Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me Users [Next]. 1 Click [Cancel] and close the window when using the PTP Manager. 2 Disconnect the USB cable from the jack on the computer, or remove the disc. • When you use a desktop computer, we recommend that you connect the USB cable to The images stored on the disc are the USB connector on the rear panel. displayed. It may take some time to • When using Windows XP, the AutoPlay wizard load the images from the disc. automatically appears on the desktop. Proceed to page 96. b Select the images that you want to copy, then click [Next]. Current Folder: 101 USB Mode PTP Accessaaaaindicators* UseMENUto move folder “USB Mode PTP” appears on the LCD screen of the camera. * During communication, the access indicators The “Copy Destination and Group turn red. Name Setup” screen appears. It may take some time for your computer to The images in the selected recording recognize the disc. folder appear. To copy an image in a different folder, follow the procedure on page 43 and change the recording folder., c Specify the image group d Click [Finish]. When the PTP Manager does names to be copied and the not start up copy destination, then click 1 Right-click [My Computer], then click [Next]. [Properties]. The “System Properties” screen appears. The Explorer starts up and the copy • When using Windows 2000, click destination folder opens. [Hardware] tab on the “System Properties” screen. 2 Check whether the other device is Image copying starts. When the already installed. copying is completed, the copying 1 Click [Device Manager]. completed message appears. 2 Check for a [ Sony PTP] with a mark. • The images are copied into the “My Documents” folder as an example. 3 If the device is installed, remove it. 1 Click [ Sony PTP]. The images are copied to the copy (When using Windows 2000, right- destination folder. click [ Sony PTP].) 2 Click [Remove] (or [Uninstall] in Windows 2000). The “Confirm Device Removal” screen appears. 3 Click [OK]. The device is deleted. Try PTP Manager installation again using the supplied CD-ROM (page 91). Enjoying images on your computer,
Copying images using the e Select [Nothing. I’m finished Viewing images on your Windows XP AutoPlay working with these pictures], computer Wizard then click [Next].The “Completing the Scanner and a Double-click [My Documents] — Windows XP Camera Wizard” screen appears. on the desktop. a Make a USB connection f Click [Finish]. The “My Documents” folder contents (page 93). are displayed.The wizard closes. The “Scanner and Camera Wizard” b Double-click the desired folder screen appears. and image file. b Click [Next]. The image is displayed. The images stored on the disc are displayed. • This section describes the procedure for viewing copied images in the “My Documents” c Click the checkbox of images folder. that you do not want to copy to • When using Windows XP, double-click [Start] your computer and remove the t [My Documents] in that order. • You can use the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for checkmark, then click [Next]. Sony” software to view and edit images on your The “Picture Name and Destination” computer. For details, see the software’s help screen appears. files. d Select a name and destination for your pictures, then click Creating a Video CD [Next]. You can create Video CDs using Image copying starts. When the commercially available 12 cm CD-R. For copying is completed, the “Other details, see the “ImageMixer” help files. Options” screen appears.,
For Mac OS X users (v10.0/v10.1/v10.2) Mac OS X users can view images through a USB connection. a Connect your camera to your computer For details, see page 93. b Connect the USB cable For details, see page 94. c Copy the images using Image Capture Image Capture starts up automatically. Follow the instructions appearing on the screen and copy the images. • It may not be possible to copy movie files. Enjoying images on your computer, 2 Should your camera still not work 3 Should your camera still not work
Troubleshooting properly, press the RESET button on the properly, consult your Sony dealer orbottom of the camera using a fine-tipped local authorized Sony service facility. If you experience trouble with your camera, object, then turn on the power again. (All try the following solutions. the settings including date and time are 1 First check the items on the tables below. cleared.) If code displays “C:ss:ss” RESET button appear on the screen, the self- diagnosis display function is working (page 109).
Battery pack and powerSymptom Cause Solution You cannot charge the • The camera is turned on. p Turn the camera off (page 15). battery pack. The battery pack cannot • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery pack while pushing the battery eject lever up be installed. using the front edge of the battery pack (page 11). The /CHG lamp flashes • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery pack correctly (page 11). when charging a battery • The battery pack has malfunctioned. p Consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service pack. facility. The /CHG lamp does not • The AC Adaptor is disconnected. p Properly connect the AC Adaptor (page 11). light up when charging a • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery pack correctly (page 11). battery pack. • The battery pack is completely charged. —, Symptom Cause Solution The battery remaining • You have used the camera for a long time in an — indicator is incorrect, or extremely hot or an extremely cold location. sufficient battery • The battery pack is dead (page 122). p Replace the battery pack with a new one. remaining indicator is • The battery pack is discharged. p Install a charged battery pack (page 11). displayed but the power • A deviation has occurred in the remaining p Fully charge the battery pack (page 12). runs out soon. battery time. The battery pack runs • You are shooting/viewing images in an — down too quickly. extremely cold location. • The battery pack is not charged enough. p Charge the battery pack (page 11). • The battery pack is dead (page 122). p Replace the battery pack with a new one. You cannot turn on the • The battery pack is not installed correctly. p Install the battery pack correctly (page 11). camera. • The AC Adaptor is disconnected. p Properly connect the AC Adaptor (page 14). • The battery pack is discharged. p Install a charged battery pack (page 11). • The battery pack is dead (page 122). p Replace the battery pack with a new one. The power turns off • If you do not operate the camera for about three p Turn on the camera again (page 15) or use the AC Adapter suddenly. minutes when using a battery pack, the camera (page 14). turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the battery (page 15). • The battery pack is discharged. p Replace it with a charged battery pack (page 11). Troubleshooting,
Shooting still images/moviesSymptom Cause Solution The LCD screen is not • The power was turned off with the LCD p Turn on the LCD backlight (page 30). turned on even when the backlight turned off the last time you used the power is turned on. camera. The subject is not visible • The mode dial is not set to , P, S, A, M, p Set it to , P, S, A, M, SCN or (Clip Motion) (pages 22 on the screen. SCN or . and 80). The image is out of focus. • The subject is too close. p Record in the macro recording mode. Make sure to position the lens farther away from the subject than the shortest shooting distance when shooting (page 26). • The (Twilight mode) or (Landscape p Set it to other modes (page 64). mode) is selected for the Scene Selection function. • The focus preset function is selected. p Cancel the function (page 51). • [Conversion Lens] in the SET UP settings is set p Set it to [Off] (pages 41 and 117). to [On]. Zoom does not work. • [Conversion Lens] in the SET UP settings is set p Set it to [Off] (pages 41 and 117). to [On]. • The zoom magnification cannot be changed — while shooting movies (MPEG Movie). Smart zoom does not • You cannot use smart zoom while shooting — function. movies (MPEG Movie). • [Smart Zoom] is set to [Off] in the SET UP p Set [Smart Zoom] to [On] (pages 41 and 116). settings. • The image size is set to [5.0M] or [4.5M(3:2)]. p Set image size to other settings except [5.0M] and [4.5M(3:2)]. The image is too dark. • You are shooting a subject with a light source p Adjust the exposure (page 51). behind the subject. • The brightness of the LCD screen is too low. p Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen (pages 41 and 118). • The LCD backlight is set to off. p Turn the LCD backlight on (page 30). The image is too bright. • You are shooting a spotlighted subject in a dark p Adjust the exposure (page 51). location such as on a stage. • The brightness of the LCD screen is too bright. p Adjust the brightness of the LCD screen (pages 41 and 118)., Symptom Cause Solution Vertical streaks appear • The smear phenomenon is occurring. p This is not a malfunction. when you are shooting a very bright subject. Noise appears in the • The camera is functioning to increase the p There is no effect on the recorded image. image when you view the visibility of the LCD screen by temporarily LCD screen in a dark brightening the image under conditions of low place. illumination. Your camera cannot • No disc has been inserted. p Insert a disc (page 18). record images. • The disc is full. p Replace it with a new one. Format the disc when using a CD- RW. • The disc has not been initialized. p Initialize the disc (page 19). • You cannot record images while charging the — flash. • The mode dial is not set to , P, S, A, M or p Set it to , P, S, A, M, or SCN (page 22). SCN when shooting a still image. • The mode dial is not set to when shootingapSet it to (page 80). movie. Recording takes a long • NR slow shutter function is activated. p Set to a faster shutter speed than 1/6 second (page 46). time. The built-in flash or the • The mode dial is not set to , P, S, A, M, SCN p Set it to , P, S, A, M, SCN or (Clip Motion) (pages 22 optional external flash or (Clip Motion). and 80). (HVL-F32X/F1000) does • The flash is set to (No flash). p Set the flash to auto (No indicator), (Forced flash) or not work. SL (Slow synchro) (page 27). • The (Twilight mode) is selected for the p Set it to other settings (page 64). Scene Selection function. • The (Landscape mode), (Snow mode) or p Set the flash to (Forced flash) (page 27). (Beach mode) is selected for the Scene Selection function. • [Moving Image] in the SET UP settings is set to p Set it to [Clip Motion]. [MPEG Movie] or [Multi Burst]. • [Mode] (REC Mode) in the menu settings is set p Set it to other settings. to [Burst 3] or [Exp Brktg]. • [Hot Shoe] in the SET UP settings is set to [On]. p Set it to [Off] (pages 41 and 117). Troubleshooting, Symptom Cause Solution The macro function does • The (Twilight mode) or (Landscape p Set it to other settings (page 64). not work. mode) is selected for the Scene Selection function. The eyes of the subject — p Set [Red Eye Reduction] in the SET UP settings to [On] (pages come out red. 28 and 116). The date and time are • The date and time are not set correctly. p Set the correct date and time (page 16). recorded incorrectly. The F value and shutter • The exposure is incorrect. p Correct the exposure (page 51). speed flash when you press and hold the shutter button halfway down.
Viewing imagesSymptom Cause Solution Your camera cannot play • The mode dial is not set to . p Set it to (page 32). back images. • Your camera cannot play back image files — copied from the hard disk of your computer if the folder/file name has been changed or the image has been modified. • The camera is in USB mode. p Cancel USB communication (page 94). The image appears rough — p This is not a malfunction. right after playback starts. The image does not • The video output signal setting of your camera in p Change the setting (pages 41 and 118). appear on the TV screen. the SET UP settings is incorrect. • The connection is not correct. p Check the connection (page 34). The image cannot be — p See page 103. played back on a computer. Unknown beeps are heard • These beeps are heard when the auto focus is p This is not a malfunction. Shoot the image using the focus preset from the camera while working. (page 50). viewing a movie.,
Deleting/Editing ImagesSymptom Cause Solution Your camera cannot • The image is protected. p Cancel the protection (page 75). delete an image. • The disc remaining space is not sufficient. p This is not a malfunction. You have deleted an • Once you have deleted an image, you cannot p Marking - (protect) will prevent you from deleting images by image by mistake. restore it. mistake (page 75). The resizing function • You cannot resize movies (MPEG Movie), Clip — does not work. Motion, Multi Burst and uncompressed (TIFF) images. • The disc remaining space is not sufficient. p This is not a malfunction. You cannot display a print • You cannot display print (DPOF) marks on — (DPOF) mark. movies and Clip Motion images. • The disc remaining space is not sufficient. p This is not a malfunction.
ComputersSymptom Cause Solution You do not know if the OS — p Check “Recommended computer environment” (page 84). of your computer is compatible. You cannot install PTP — p In Windows 2000, log on as Administrator (authorized Manager. Administrators) (page 91). Troubleshooting, Symptom Cause Solution Your computer does not • The camera is turned off. p Turn on the camera (page 15). recognize your camera. • The battery level is low. p Use the AC Adaptor (page 14). • You are not using the supplied USB cable. p Use the supplied USB cable (page 93). • The USB cable is not connected firmly. p Disconnect the USB cable, and connect it again firmly. Make sure that “USB Mode” is displayed on the screen (page 94). • The camera was connected to a computer with p Delete the device which is not recognized, then install PTP the USB cable before installing PTP Manager, Manager (pages 95 and 91). so the device was not recognized by the computer. • The USB connectors on your computer are p Disconnect the USB cables except for the ones connected to the connected to other equipment besides the keyboard, the mouse, and your camera. keyboard, the mouse, and your camera. • PTP Manager is not installed. p Install PTP Manager (page 91). • The camera is not connected directly to your p Connect the camera directly to your computer without passing computer. through a USB hub or other device. You cannot copy images. • The camera is not correctly connected to your p Connect the camera and your computer correctly using the USB computer. cable (page 93). • You are not using the correct copy procedure for p Follow the designated copy procedure for your OS (pages 94, 96 your OS. and 97). — p If you are using the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for Sony” application software, click on HELP. The image cannot be — p If you are using the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for Sony” application played back on a software, click on HELP. computer. — p Consult the computer or software manufacturer. The image cannot be • The disc has not been finalized. p Finalize the disc (page 85). played back through the • Vibration caused an error during recording. p You may be able to view the image if you connect the camera to CD-ROM drive of your your computer with the USB cable. computer. • The CD-ROM drive does not support the packet- p Consult the computer or the CD-ROM drive manufacturer. write system. • The CD-ROM drive does not support the p Consult the computer or the CD-ROM drive manufacturer. MultiRead. • The disc may be scratched or dirty. p Clean the disc if the disc is dirty. When the disc is scratched replace the disc. — p Causes not described above have occurred, consult the computer or software manufacturer., Symptom Cause Solution The image and sound are • You are playing back the file directly from the p Copy the file to the hard disk of your computer and then play interrupted by noise when disc. back the file from the hard disk. you view a movie on a computer. You cannot print an — p Check the printer settings. image. — p Click on the HELP for the “ImageMixer Ver. 1.5 for Sony” application software. An error message appears • The computer display is not set correctly. p Set the computer display as follows: when you set the supplied Windows: 800 × 600 dots or more CD-ROM in your High Color (16 bits, 65,000 colors) or more computer. Macintosh: 800 × 600 dots or more 32,000-color or more
DiscSymptom Cause Solution You cannot record on a • The disc is full. p Replace it with a new one. Format the disc when using a CD- disc. RW (page 39). • The disc is not initialized. p Initialize the disc (page 19). • The disc is not placed correctly. p Place the disc correctly in the disc tray (page 18). Troubleshooting,
OthersSymptom Cause Solution Your camera does not • You are not using an “InfoLITHIUM” battery p Use an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (page 121). work. pack. • The battery level is low. (The E indicator p Charge the battery pack (page 11). appears.) • The AC Adaptor is not connected securely. p Connect it securely to the DC IN jack of your camera and to a wall outlet (page 14). The power is on, but the • The built-in microcomputer is not working p Disconnect, and then, after one minute, reconnect all power camera does not work. properly. sources and turn on the camera. If this does not work, press the RESET button on the bottom of the camera with a pointed object, then turn the power on again. (This will clear the date and time settings, etc.) You cannot identify an — p Check the indicator (page 125). indicator on the screen. The lens gets fogged. • Moisture condensation has occurred. p Turn off the camera and leave for about an hour at room temperature for the moisture to evaporate before use (page 120). The lens does not move • The battery pack is discharged. p Replace it with a charged battery pack or use the AC Adaptor when you turn off the (pages 11 and 14). camera. A file error occurs when • The image file has an error. — you play back a file. • The image was not recorded correctly. — • The disc is dirty. p Clean the disc (page 120). • The disc may be scratched. p Replace the disc.,
Warnings andmessages The following messages may appear on the screen. Message Meaning/Corrective action Lens cap attached • The lens cap is attached. Remove the lens cap. Cover open • The disc cover is open. Close the disc cover (page 18). No disc • No disc is inserted. Insert a disc (page 18). Drive error • Trouble has occurred with the drive. Turn the power off and on again (page 15). System error • Trouble has occurred with the drive or the camera. Turn the power off and on again (page 15). Disc error • The inserted disc cannot be used with your camera, is damaged, is dirty, or cannot be read due to vibration. Dew error • Moisture condensation has occurred inside the camera. Turn off the camera and wait for about an hour for the moisture to evaporate before use (page 120). Disc protect • The disc was protected with a computer, and cannot be recorded. No file in this folder • No images have been recorded in this folder. Folder error • A folder with the same first three digits number already exists in the disc. (For example: 123MSDCF and 123ABCDE) Select other folders, or create a new folder. Cannot create more folders • The folder whose first three digits of the name is “999” exists in the disc. You cannot create any folders. Not enough disc space • The remaining disc space is insufficient for any operation other than finalization. Not initialized • The disc has not been initialized, so images cannot be recorded by the camera. Initialize the disc (page 19). Already initialized • The disc has already been initialized, so initialization is not necessary. Already finalized • The disc has already been finalized, so finalization is not necessary. Cannot record • The camera cannot record images in the selected folder. Select a different folder (page 44). File error • An error occurred while playing back the image. Image size over • You are playing back an image of a size larger than can be played back with your camera. Invalid operation • You are playing back a file that was created on equipment other than your camera. File protect • The image is protected against erasure. Release the protection (page 75). Troubleshooting, Message Meaning/Corrective action For "InfoLITHIUM" battery • The battery is not the “InfoLITHIUM” type. only Not enough battery • The battery level is too low to execute initialization or finalization. E • The battery level is low. Charge the battery pack (page 11). Depending on the conditions of use, the indicator may flash even though there is still 5 to 10 minutes of remaining battery time left. Can not unfinalize • A CD-R or disc that has not been finalized is inserted. Can not format • A CD-R is inserted. Format error • A disc formatted with equipment other than your camera is inserted. Format again with your camera (page 39). Turn the power off and on • A problem with the lens caused an error. again • The amount of light is not sufficient, so you are not holding the camera steady enough. Use the flash, or mount the camera on a tripod or otherwise secure the camera in place.,
Self-diagnosis display Code Cause Corrective actionC:32: ss There is trouble with your • Turn the power off and on again – If a code starting with an alphabet camera’s hardware. (page 15). letter appears C:13: ss The camera cannot read or write • Clean the disc when the disc is dirty Your camera has a self-diagnosis display. data on the disc. (page 120). This function displays the camera condition The inserted disc cannot be used • Insert a new disc (page 18). on the LCD screen with a combination of a with your camera, or the data is letter and four numerical digits. If this damaged. occurs, check the following code chart and E:61: ss A camera malfunction that you • Press the RESET button (page 98) located attempt the corresponding corrective E:91: ss cannot reverse has occurred. on the bottom of the camera, then turn on the power again. actions. The last two digits (indicated by ss) will differ depending on the state of If you are unable to solve the problem even the camera. after trying the corrective actions a few times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility and inform C:32:ss them of the 5-digit code. Self-diagnosis display Troubleshooting, Additional information • The values for the number of images that
Number of images can be saved and the shooting time maythat can be saved or vary, depending on the shooting shooting time conditions.• For normal shooting times and numbers In addition to setting the image size and of images that can be saved, see page 21. image quality, you can also select various • The numbers in the table indicate the recording modes according to the purpose number of images that can be recorded or of shooting. the recordable time for the supplied CD- R disc. Number of still images that can be saved (Units: images) Image size Recording mode 5.0M 4.5M (3:2) 3.1M 1.2M VGA Normal Standard 95 95 145 345 1285 Fine 51 51 81 194 655 E-Mail Standard 91 91 137 303 845 Fine 50 50 79 180 518 TIFF Standard78888Fine78788Voice* Standard 89 89 131 276 669 Fine 49 49 77 170 446 * When recording sound for 5-second, Shooting time (Units: images) Image size Image quality Recording mode 640(VGA) 160 (Mail) Mobile Normal Standard Fine MPEG Movie 5 min. 51 sec. 89 min. 11 sec. – – – – Clip Motion* – – 1070 505* – – Multi Burst** – – – – 345 194 * When recording 10 frames per Clip Motion file ** The image size is 1.2M. Additional information,
Menu itemsMenu items that can be modified differ depending on the position of the mode dial. The screen shows only the items you can operate in each specific mode. Factory settings are indicated with x.
When the mode dial is set toItem Setting Description Mode (REC Mode) TIFF – Records a uncompressed (TIFF) file in addition to the JPEG file (page 62). Voice – Records an audio file (with a still image) in addition to the JPEG file (page 63). E-Mail – Records a small-size (320×240) JPEG file in addition to the selected image size (page 62). Exp Brktg – Records three images with the exposure value of each image slightly shifted (page 55). Burst 3 – Records three images in succession (page 61). xNormal – Records an image using the normal recording mode.
When the mode dial is set to P, S, A, M, or SCNItem Setting Description SCN / / / / / x Sets the Scene Selection mode (page 64). (This setting can be made only in SCN mode.) (Metering Mode) Spot / Center / xMulti Adjusts the exposure to the subject you are shooting (page 53). WB (White Bal) / WB / / / / / Sets the white balance (page 57). xAuto ISO 400 / 200 / 100 / xAuto This selects the ISO sensitivity. Select a large number when shooting in dark locations or shooting a subject moving at high speed, or select a small number to obtain high image quality. (This setting cannot be made in SCN mode.) (P.Quality) xFine / Standard Records images with fine/standard quality (page 43)., Item Setting Description Mode (REC Mode) TIFF – Records a uncompressed (TIFF) file in addition to the JPEG file (page 62). Voice – Records an audio file (with a still image) in addition to the JPEG file (page 63). E-Mail – Records a small-size (320×240) JPEG file in addition to the selected image size (page 62). Exp Brktg – Records three images with the exposure value of each image slightly shifted (page 55). Burst 3 – Records three images in succession (page 61). xNormal – Records an image using the normal recording mode. ± (Flash Level) High / xNormal / Low Selects the amount of flash light (page 58). PFX (P.Effect) Solarize / Sepia / Neg. Art /xOff Sets the image special effects (page 65). (Sharpness) + / xNormal / – Adjusts the sharpness of the image. The indicator appears (except when the setting is Normal.) (This setting cannot be made in SCN mode.) (Saturation) + / xNormal / – Adjusts the saturation of the image. The indicator appears (except when the setting is Normal.) (This setting cannot be made in SCN mode.) (Contrast) + / xNormal / – Adjusts the contrast of the image. The indicator appears (except when the setting is Normal.) (This setting cannot be made in SCN mode.)
When the mode dial is set to (when [Moving Image] is set to [MPEG Movie] in the SET UP settings)Item Setting Description (Metering Mode) Spot / Center / xMulti Adjusts the exposure to the subject you are shooting (page 53). WB (White Bal) / WB / / / / / Sets the white balance (page 57). xAuto PFX (P.Effect) Solarize / Sepia / Neg. Art /xOff Sets the image special effects (page 65). Additional information,
When the mode dial is set to (when [Moving Image] is set to [Clip Motion] in the SET UP settings)Item Setting Description (Metering Mode) Spot / Center / xMulti Adjusts the exposure to the subject you are shooting (page 53). WB (White Bal) / WB / / / / / Sets the white balance (page 57). xAuto ± (Flash Level) High / xNormal / Low Selects the amount of flash light (page 58). PFX (P.Effect) Solarize / Sepia / Neg. Art /xOff Sets the image special effects (page 65).
When the mode dial is set to (when [Moving Image] is set to [Multi Burst] in the SET UP settings)Item Setting Description (Metering Mode) Spot / Center / xMulti Adjusts the exposure to the subject you are shooting (page 53). WB (White Bal) / WB / / / / / Sets the white balance (page 57). xAuto (Interval) 1/7.5 / 1/15 / x1/30 (NTSC) – Selects the Multi Burst shutter interval in NTSC mode. 1/6.3 / 1/12.5 / x1/25 (PAL) – Selects the Multi Burst shutter interval in PAL mode. • The shutter interval settings differ depending on the setting of the [Video Out] item in the SET UP settings (page 118). (P.Quality) xFine / Standard Records images with fine/standard quality (page 43). PFX (P.Effect) Solarize / Sepia / Neg. Art /xOff Sets the image special effects (page 65).,
When the mode dial is set toItem Setting Description Folder OK / Cancel Selects the folder containing the image you want to play back (page 69). Protect — Protects images against accidental erasure (page 75). DPOF — Marks the print (DPOF) mark on still images you want to print (page 77). Slide Interval – Sets the slide show interval (page 71). (Only in single-image mode.) x5 sec / 10 sec / 30 sec / 1 min Image – Sets the range of the playback images. xFolder / All Repeat – Plays back images repeatedly. xOn / Off Start – Starts the slide show. Cancel – Cancels the slide show. Resize 5.0M / 3.1M / 1.2M / VGA / Cancel Changes the recorded still image size (page 77). (Only in single-image mode.) Rotate (counter clockwise) / Rotates the still image (page 72). (Only in single-image mode.) (clockwise) / OK / Cancel Additional information,
SET UP itemsSet the mode dial to SET UP. The SET UP screen appears. Factory settings are indicated with x. 1 (Camera 1) Item Setting Description Moving Image xMPEG Movie / Clip Selects the shooting mode for a movie (pages 80, 59 and 60). Motion / Multi Burst AF Mode Single / xMonitor / Cont Selects the focus operation mode (page 49). Smart Zoom xOn / Off Selects whether to use the smart zoom (page 25). Date/Time Day & Time / Date / xOff Selects whether to superimpose the date or time onto the image (page 31). The date and time are not inserted in movie (MPEG Movie), Clip Motion or Multi Burst mode. Also, the date and time appear only during playback, and do not appear during recording. Red Eye Reduction On / xOff Reduces the red-eye phenomenon when using a flash (page 28). Hologram AF xAuto / Off Selects whether to emit hologram AF light. Used when it is difficult to focus on the subject in dark conditions (page 29)., (Camera 2) Item Setting Description Bracket Step ±1.0EV / x±0.7EV / Sets the exposure compensation value when recording three images with each exposure value ±0.3EV shifted (page 55). Conversion Lens On / xOff Set to [On] when using the VCL-MHG07 conversion lens (not supplied). At this time, the zoom or the focus preset function does not work. Also, note that the VAD-S70 adaptor ring needed to mount the conversion lens to your camera is not sold in some countries and regions. Hot Shoe On / xOff Set to [On] when using a commercially available external flash (page 67). When [Conversion Lens] is set to [On]: • When the mode dial is set to A or M, you can only select aperture values of F4 or higher. • The Zoom function is not available. • The macro recording function activates automatically (the indicator does not appear). (Disc Tool 1) Item Setting Description Finalize OK / Cancel Finalizes a disc to allow viewing through a CD-ROM drive (page 85). Format OK / Cancel Formats a CD-RW (page 39). Initialize OK / Cancel Initializes a disc (page 19). Unfinalize OK / Cancel Cancels the last executed finalization (page 86) (CD-RW only). Additional information, (Disc Tool 2) Item Setting Description File Number xSeries – Assigns numbers to files in sequence even if the disc is changed or the recording folder is changed. Reset – Resets the file numbering and starts from 0001 each time the folder is changed. (When the recording folder contains a file, a number one higher than the largest number is assigned.) Create REC. Folder OK / Cancel Creates a folder for recording images (page 44). Change REC. Folder OK / Cancel Changes a folder for recording images (page 44). Confirm B. Write On / xOff Selects whether to confirm recording or deletion of the image before writing to the disc (page 66). (Setup 1) Item Setting Description LCD Brightness Bright / xNormal / Dark Selects the LCD brightness. This has no effect on the recorded images. LCD Backlight Bright / xNormal Selects the brightness of the LCD backlight. Selecting [Bright] makes the screen bright and easy to see when using the camera outdoors or in other bright locations, but also uses up the battery charge faster. Displayed only when using your camera with the battery pack. Beep Shutter – Turns on the shutter sound. (The shutter sound is heard when you press the shutter button.) xOn – Turns on the beep/shutter sound when you press the control button/shutter button. Off – Turns off the beep/shutter sound. A Language — Displays the menu items, warnings and messages in selected language. Clock Set OK / Cancel Sets the date and time (pages 16 and 41). (Setup 2) Item Setting Description Video Out NTSC – Sets the video output signal to NTSC mode (e.g., USA, Japan). PAL – Sets the video output signal to PAL mode (e.g., Europe).,
On pickup lens Cleaning the DC plug Precautions Do not touch the pickup lens inside the disc Clean the DC plug of the AC Adaptor withcover. Also, do not open the disc cover a dry cotton bud. Do not use the dirty plug.
On handling the camera except when inserting or removing a disc in Use of the dirty plug may not properlyDo not carry the camera by the disc order to keep dust out. charge the battery pack. cover
Do not leave the camera in the Cleaning the lensfollowing places Wipe the lens with a soft cloth to remove fingerprints, dust, etc. • In extremely hot place, such as in a car parked in the sun. The camera body may Cleaning the camera surface become deformed or this may cause a Clean the camera surface with a soft cloth malfunction. slightly moistened with water, then wipe • Under direct sunlight or near a heater. Do not touch the rotating disc the surface with a dry cloth. Do not use the The camera body may become deformed This may cause injury. following as this may damage the finish or or this may cause a malfunction. the casing. • On rocking vibration
On cleaning the pickup lens • Thinner• Near strong magnetic place• Benzine When the pickup lens becomes dirty and the • In sandy or dusty places, be careful not to • Alcohol camera cannot operate properly, clean the let sand or dust get into the camera. This • Diposable cloth pickup lens using a commercially available may cause the camera to malfunction, and • Volatile insecticide blower. in some cases this malfunction cannot be • Contact with rubber or vinyl for a long repaired. time
On cleaningCleaning the LCD screen Note on operating temperature Wipe the screen surface with an LCD Your camera is designed for use between Pickup lens cleaning kit (not supplied) to remove the temperatures of 0°C and 40°C (32° F and fingerprints, dust, etc. 104° F). Shooting in extremely cold or hot places that exceed this range is not recommended. Additional information,
On moisture condensation On internal rechargeable buttonIf the camera is brought directly from a cold battery On discs to a warm location, or is placed in a very This camera has an internal rechargeable damp room, moisture may condense inside button battery for maintaining the date and Cleaning the disc or outside the camera. This moisture time and other settings regardless of • Do not clean a disc using a cleaner before condensation may cause a malfunction of whether the power is on or off. shooting. Use a commercially available the camera. This rechargeable button battery is blower to remove dust. continually charged as long as you are using • If fingerprints, dust, droplets of water, or Moisture condensation occurs easily the camera. However, if you use the camera oil make the recordable side (the reverse when: for only short periods it discharges of the printed side) of a disc dirty, the • The camera is brought from a cold gradually, and if you do not use the camera camera may not properly record images location such as a ski slope into a warmly at all for about one month it becomes on the disc. Be sure to handle discs with heated room. completely discharged. In this case, be sure care. • The camera is taken from an air- to charge this rechargeable button battery • Do not scratch both sides of a disc. conditioned room or car interior to the hot before using the camera. • If a disc does become dirty, wipe it in a outdoors, etc. However, even if this rechargeable button straight line from center to edge with a battery is not charged, you can still use the soft dry cloth or a soft cloth lightly How to prevent moisture camera as long as you do not record the date moistened with ethyl alcohol or other condensation and time. mild detergent. You can also use a When bringing the camera from a cold commercially available CD cleaner. place to a warm place, seal the camera in a Charging method plastic bag and allow it to adapt to Connect the camera to a wall outlet (mains) conditions at the new location over a period using the AC Adaptor, or install a charged of time (about an hour). battery pack, and leave the camera for 24 hours or more with the power off. If moisture condensation occurs Turn off the camera and wait about an hour for the moisture to evaporate. Note that if you attempt to shoot with moisture remaining inside the lens, you will be unable to record clear images., • Do not use any solvent (benzine, thinner, • Do not store a disc in the following locations: static protection product, record cleaner, – In dusty or dirty places On “InfoLITHIUM” etc.) to clean a disc. – Exposed to direct sunlight – Near heaters battery pack – In damp places Notes • If you attempt to play back a disc on which no • Do not remove the disc while reading or writing images have been recorded using a CD-ROM data. drive, the CD-ROM drive may malfunction or • Data may be damaged if: the disc may be scratched. What is the “InfoLITHIUM” – You remove the disc or shake the camera battery pack? while reading or writing data. – You turn off your camera while reading or The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack is a writing data. lithium-ion battery pack that has functions – You use the camera in a location subject to for communicating information related to the effects of static electricity or noise. operating conditions between your camera • Do not attach any material on the surface of a and the AC Adaptor. disc. This causes a nonuniform rotating speed, The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack which may cause the camera to malfunction. • You can write only on the label surface of a calculates the power consumption disc. Write using only an oil-based felt-tip according to the operating conditions of marker and do not touch the ink until dry. Do your camera, and displays the remaining not heat the disc or use a sharp-pointed tool, battery time in minutes. such as a ballpoint pen. • Hold the disc at the edges while supporting the center hole lightly. Do not touch the recordable Charging the battery pack side (the reverse of the printed side) of a disc. We recommend charging the battery pack in an ambient temperature of between 10°C to 30°C (50° F to 86° F). You may not be able to efficiently charge the battery pack outside of this temperature range. • When you carry or store a disc, put it in its case. • Do not strike, bend, drop or rub the edge of a disc. Additional information,
Effective use of the battery pack How to store the battery pack• Battery performance decreases in low- • If the battery pack is not to be used for a temperature surroundings. So, the time that long time, do the following procedure the battery pack can be used is shorter in once per year to maintain proper function. cold places. We recommend the following 1 Fully charge the battery. to ensure longer battery pack use: – Put the battery pack in a pocket close to 2 Discharge on your camera. your body to warm it up, and insert it in 3 Remove the battery from your camera your camera immediately before you and store it in a dry, cool place. start shooting. • Frequently operating the zoom or flash Battery life wears out the battery charge faster. • The battery life is limited. Battery • We recommend having spare battery capacity decreases little by little as you packs handy for two or three times the use it more and more, and as time passes. expected shooting time, and making trial When the battery operating time is shots before taking the actual shots. shortened considerably, a probable cause • Do not expose the battery pack to water. is that the battery pack has reached the The battery pack is not water-resistant. end of its life. Buy a new battery pack. • The battery life varies according to how it
Remaining battery time indicator is stored and the operating conditions andThe power may go off although the battery environment for each battery pack. remaining indicator shows there is enough power to operate. Use the battery pack up and charge the battery pack fully again so that the indication on the battery remaining indicator is correct. Note, however, that the correct battery indication sometimes will not be restored if the camera is used in high temperatures for a long time or left in a fully charged state, or the battery pack is frequently used., File format (DCF compliant) [LCD screen]
Specifications Still images: Exif Ver. 2.2 JPEGcompliant, GIF (for Clip Motion), LCD panel TIFF, DPOF compatible 6.2 cm (2.5 type) TFT drive x Camera Audio with still image: MPEG1 Total number of dots compliant (Monaural) 123 200 (560×220) dots[System] Movies: MPEG1 compliant Image device (Monaural) [General] 9.04 mm (1/1.8 type) color CCD Recording media Primary color filter Used battery pack8 cm CD-R/CD-RW NP-FM50 Total pixels number of camera Flash Recommended distance (ISO set to Approx. 5 255 000 pixels Power requirementsAuto): 0.5 m to 5.0 m (19 3/4 inches 7.2 V Effective pixels number of camera to 196 7/8 inches) Approx. 5 090 000 pixels Power consumption (during shooting with LCD backlight on) Lens 3× zoom lens [Drive] 3.0Wf= 7.0 – 21.0 mm (9/32 – 27/32 inches) (34 – 102 mm (1 3/8 – 4 1/8 Readout Non-contact optical readout (using Operating temperature inches) when converted to a 35 mm semiconductor laser) 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) still camera) Laser Wavelength: 779 to 789 nm Storage temperature F2.0 – 2.5 Maximum output: 23 mW –20°C to +60°C (4°F to +140°F) Exposure control Dimensions Automatic exposure, Shutter speed [Input and Output connectors] 138.5×95.7×103.1 mm priority, Aperture priority, Manual (5 1/2×3 7/8×4 1/8 inches) exposure, Scene selection (6 modes) A/V OUT (MONO) (Monaural) (W/H/D, excluding maximum White balance Minijack protrusions)Video: 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω, unbalanced, Automatic, Daylight, Cloudy, Mass Approx. 606 g (1 lb 5 oz) (including Fluorescent, Incandescent, Flash, sync negative battery pack NP-FM50, disc, and lens Audio: 327 mV (at a 47 kΩ load) One-push cap)Output impedance 2.2 kΩ ACC jack Mini-minijack (ø 2.5 mm) Built-in microphone Electret condenser microphone USB jack mini-B Built-in speaker Dynamic speaker Exif Print Compatible PRINT Image Matching II Compatible Additional information, x AC-L15A/L15B AC Adaptor x Accessories Power requirements • AC Adaptor (1) 100 – 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz • Power cord (mains lead) (1) Current consumption • USB cable (1) 0.35 – 0.18 A • NP-FM50 battery pack (1) Power consumption 18 W • A/V connecting cable (1) Output voltage • 8 cm CD adaptor (1) 8.4 V DC, 1.5 A • Mavica disc (2) (CD-R (1), CD-RW (1)) Operating temperature • Shoulder strap (1) 0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F) • Lens cap (1) Storage temperature • Lens cap strap (1) –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) Dimensions (approx.) • CD-ROM (SPVD-010) (1) 56×31×100 mm • Operating instructions (1) (2 1/4×1 1/4×4 inches) (w/h/d) excluding projecting parts Design and specifications are subject to change Mass (approx.) without notice. 190 g (6.7 oz) excluding power cord (mains lead) x NP-FM50 battery pack Used battery Lithium-ion battery Maximum voltage DC 8.4 V Nominal voltage DC 7.2 V Capacity 8.5 Wh (1 180 mAh), O Recording folder indicator (43)
The LCD screen P Remaining number of recordableimages indicator (21)
When shooting still images Q Remaining disc capacityindicator 1 qd R AF mode (49)/AF range finder 2 qf frame indicator (48)/Focus 3 qg preset value (50) 4 qh S Self-diagnosis display (109)/EV 60min AE-L VGA 101 5 3:2 qj level indicator (51) M AF qk T Aperture value indicator (45) SOLARIZE E:91:01 F2.8 ql U NR slow shutter indicator (46)/ 7 + 125 Shutter speed indicator (45)w; 8 V Macro indicator (26) wa9WSelf-timer indicator (27) ws q; X Light amount warning indicator WB ISO Mode wd Y Menu/Guide menu (41) qa wf qs wg • Pressing MENU switches the menu on/off. A Recording mode indicator (59-63) G Metering modes indicator (53)/ B AE LOCK indicator (55) Picture effect indicator (65)/ C AE/AF lock indicator (22) Hologram AF indicator (29) D Battery remaining indicator (12) H Sharpness indicator (113)/ E White balance indicator (57)/ Saturation indicator (113)/ Mode dial indicator/ Contrast indicator (113) Flash mode indicator (27)/ I Histogram indicator (52) Red-eye reduction indicator (28)/ J Low battery warning indicator Conversion lens indicator (117) (108) F Date/time indicator (31)/ K AF range finder frame (48) ISO number indicator (112) L Spot metering cross hair (54) Page numbers in parentheses indicate the M Image size indicator (20) location of additional important N Image quality indicator (43) information. Additional information,
When shooting movies192q; qa 4 60min AE-L 160 101 qs STBY 00:00:00 [00:28:25] qd 5 SOLARIZE E:91:01 qf 6 + qg 7 qh WB PFX qj A Recording mode indicator (80) K Recording folder indicator (43) B AE LOCK indicator (55) L Remaining disc capacity C Battery remaining indicator (12) indicator D White balance indicator (57) M AF range finder frame indicator E Metering modes indicator (53)/ (48)/Focus preset value (50) Picture effect indicator (65) N Self-diagnosis display (109)/EV F Low battery warning indicator level indicator (51) (108) O Macro indicator (26) G AF range finder frame (48) P Self-timer indicator (27) H Spot metering cross hair (54) Q Menu/Guide menu (41) I Image size indicator (80) J Recording time [maximum • Pressing MENU switches the menu on/off. recordable time] indicator/ Conversion lens indicator (117),
When playing back still images1 9 60min VGA 10102101 12/12 qa 3 x1.3 +2.0EV F5.6 qs 4 30 qd qf qg BACK/NEXT VOLUME qh A Recording mode indicator (59-63) M Aperture value indicator (45) B Protect indicator (75)/ N Shutter speed indicator (45) Print (DPOF) mark indicator (77)/ O Image size indicator (20) Volume indicator (63) P Recording date of the playback C Remaining space recovery image (31)/Menu/Guide menu indicator (36) (41) D Zoom scaling indicator (70)/ Jog playback indicator (73) E Histogram indicator (52) F Folder-file number G Change folder indicator H Playback folder indicator (69) I Recording folder indicator J Remaining disc capacity indicator K Image number/Number of images recorded in selected Page numbers in parentheses indicate the folder location of additional important L EV level indicator (51) information. Additional information,
When playing back movingimages1560min 16073VOL. 101 8/800:00:12 Folder Protect DPOF Slide q;
OKA Image size indicator (81) B Recording mode indicator (81) C Volume indicator (81)/Playback indicator (81)/Remaining space recovery indicator (36) D Playback bar (81) E Change folder indicator/ Playback folder indicator (69) F Image number/Number of images recorded in selected folder G Remaining disc capacity indicator H Counter (81) I Playback image (81) J Menu/Guide menu (41) Page numbers in parentheses indicate the location of additional important information.,
Index C E Index Changing the recording folder ... 44 Editing still imagesCharging Print (DPOF) mark ... 77
A battery pack ... 11, 121 Protect ... 75AC Adaptor ...11, 14 charging time ... 12 Resize ... 77 Access lamp ...18 Cleaning ... 119, 120 E-mail ... 62 Advanced accessory shoe ...9, 67 Clip Motion ... 59 Enlarging an image ... 70 AE/AF lock ...50 Clock set ... 16 EV adjustment ... 51 AE/AF lock indicator ...22 Computer Exposure bracket ... 55 AF lock ...50 copying images ... 94, 97 External power source ... 14 AF Mode ...49 ImageMixer ... 92 AF range finder frame ...48 PTP Manager ... 91 F Aperture priority mode ...47 Confirm before write ... 66 File Auto adjustment mode ...22 Contrast ... 113 file names ... 90 Auto Focus ...24, 47 Control button ... 10, 15, 41 image file storage destinations ... 89 Auto power-off function ...15 Conversion lens ... 117 Flash A/V connecting cable ...34 Copying images ... 94, 97 external flash ... 67 Creating a new folder ... 44 Flash Level ... 58
B Red-eye reduction ... 28 DBattery pack selecting a flash mode ... 27 battery life ...13, 122 DC plug ... 11, 14 Focusing charging ...11, 121 Deleting images ... 36, 82 AF lock ... 50 charging time ...12 Disc auto focus method ... 47 remaining indicator ...12, 122 cleaning ... 120 Continuous AF ... 49 Beep/shutter sound ...118 finalizing ... 85 focus preset ... 50 Bracket ...55 formatting ... 39 Monitoring AF ... 49 Brightness initializing ... 19 Multipoint AF ... 48 image ...51, 55 inserting ... 18 Selected frame priority AF ... 48 LCD screen ...118 number of images that can be saved or shooting (using auto adjustment mode) ... 22 Burst ...61 shooting time ... 110 Single AF ... 49 unfinalizing ... 86 Spot AF ... 48 DPOF ... 77 Index, FolderLPchanging the recording folder ... 44 LCD screen PAL system ... 35, 118 creating a new folder ... 44 brightness ... 118 Picture effect ... 65 playback folder ... 69 screen display ... 125, 126, 127, 128 Power Recording folder ... 44 AC Adaptor ... 14 Formatting a CD-RW ... 39 M battery pack ... 11 Manual exposure mode ... 47 on/off ... 15
G Menu settings ... 41, 112 Precautions ... 119GIF ... 59, 90 Metering mode Print (DPOF) mark ... 77 center-weighted metering ... 53 Protect ... 75
H multi-pattern metering ... 53Histogram ... 52 spot metering ... 54 Q Hologram AF ... 29 Mode dial ... 16, 23 Quick Review ... 24 Hot shoe ... 117 Moisture condensation ... 120 Movie R
I deleting movies ... 82 Red-eye reduction ... 28number of images that can be saved or Image RESET button ... 98 shooting time ... 13, 111 copying images to your computer ... 94, 97 Resize ... 77 shooting movies ... 80 file names ... 90 Rotate ... 72 viewing images on your computer ... 84 image file storage destinations ... 89 viewing movies on the LCD screen ... 81 image quality ... 21 MPEG Movie ... 80 S image size ... 20, 110 MPG ... 90 Saturation ... 113 “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack ... 121 Multi Burst ... 60 Scene Selection Installation Beach mode ... 65 ImageMixer ... 92 Landscape mode ... 64 PTP Manager ... 91 N Portrait mode ... 64 ISO ... 112 NR slow shutter ... 46 Snow mode ... 64 NTSC system ... 35, 118 Twilight mode ... 64
J Twilight portrait mode ... 64Jog dial ... 42 Self-diagnosis display ... 109 Jog playback ... 73 Self-timer ... 27 JPG ... 90, Setting Still image viewing Z date and time ...16 delete ... 36 Zoom image size ...20, 110 index screen ... 33 playback zoom ... 70 menu items ...41, 112 playback zoom ... 70 smart zoom ... 25 SET UP items ...41, 116 rotate ... 72 using the zoom feature ... 25 Sharpness ...113 single image screen ... 32 Shooting mode slide show ... 71 auto adjustment mode ...22 viewing images on a TV screen ... 34 Bracket ...55 viewing images on the LCD screen ... 32 Burst ...61 viewing images on your computer ... 84 Clip Motion ...59 Superimposing the date and time ... 31 E-mail ...62 movie ...80 T Multi Burst ...60 TIFF ... 62 TIFF ...62 Trimming ... 71 Voice ...63 TV color system ... 35 Shutter speed priority mode ...46 Slide show ...71 Smart zoom ...25 U Still image shooting Unfinalizing a disc ... 86 auto adjustment mode ...22 USB ... 91, 93, 97 EV adjustment ...51 Using your camera abroad ... 14 image size ...20, 110 metering mode ...53 V number of images that can be saved or Video CD ... 96 shooting time ...21, 110 Viewing images on the LCD screen ... 32, 81 picture effect ...65 Viewing images on your computer ... 84 Scene Selection ...64 Voice ... 63 shooting close-ups (Macro) ...26 superimposing the date and time ...31 W using the flash ...27 Warnings and messages ... 107 using the self-timer ...27 White Balance ... 57 using the zoom feature ...25 White Balance ...57 Index, Printed on 100% recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound)-free vegetable oil based ink. Additional information on this product and answers to frequent asked questions can be found at our Customer Support Website. Sony Corporation Printed in Japan,
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8-bit RISC Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 2508B–AVR–01/04 AVR182: Zero Cross Detector Features • Interrupt Driven • Modular C Source Code • Size Efficient Code • Accurate and Fast Detection • A Minimum of External Components Introduction One of the many issues with developing modern applicati
AVR242: 8-bit Microcontroller Multiplexing LED Drive anda4x4Keypad Multiplexing Features reduced to fifteen with a bit of ingenuity,
AVR242: 8-bit Microcontroller Multiplexing LED Drive anda4x4Keypad Multiplexing Features reduced to fifteen with a bit of ingenuity, allowing the smaller 20-pin AVR to be LED Drive and a • 16 Key Pushbutton Pad in4x4Matrix • 4 Digit Multiplexed LED Display with used. The circuit diagram is shown in
8-bit Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 1051B–AVR–05/02 AVR180: External Brown-out Protection Features • Low-voltage Detector • Prevent Register and EEPROM Corruption • Two Discrete Solutions • Integrated IC Solution • Extreme Low-cost Solution • Extreme Low-power Solution • Formulas for Compone
8-bit Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 1259D–AVR–04/05 AVR134: Real Time Clock (RTC) using the Asynchronous Timer Features • Real Time Clock with Very Low Power Consumption (4 µA @ 3.3V) • Very Low Cost Solution • Adjustable Prescaler to Adjust Precision • Counts Time, Date, Month, and Year wit
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8-bit Microcntroller Application Note Rev. 2532A–AVR–01/03 AVR243: Matrix Keyboard Decoder Features • 64-key Push-button Keyboard in8x8Matrix • No External Components Required • Wakes Up from Sleep Mode on Keypress • Easily Implemented into Other Applications • Low Power Consumption • Software Conta
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8-bit Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 2540A–AVR–07/03 AVR104: Buffered Interrupt Controlled EEPROM Writes Features • Flexible Multi-byte EEPROM Buffer • Power Efficient EEPROM Access • Access Control on Buffers • EEPROM Buffer Rewrite Introduction Many applications use the built-in EEPROM of t
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AVR054: Run-time calibration of the internal RC oscillator Features • Calibration of internal RC oscillator via UART • LIN 2.0 compatible synchronization/calibration to within +/-2% of target frequency • Alternate run-time synchronization/calibration to within +/-1% of target frequency • Support for
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8-bit Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 2542A–AVR–09/03 AVR131: Using the AVR’s High-speed PWM Features • Analog Waveform Generation using PWM • High-speed Prescalable PWM Clock Introduction This application note is an introduction to the use of the high-speed Pulse Width Mod- ulator (PWM) avail
8-bit RISC Microcontroller Application Note Rev. 2521B–AVR–01/04 AVR042: AVR® Hardware Design Considerations Features • Providing Robust Supply Voltage, Digital and Analog • Connecting the RESET Line • SPI Interface for In-System Programming • Using External Crystal or Ceramic Resonator Oscillators
8-bit Microcontroller Application Note AVR240: 4x4Keypad – Wake-up on Keypress Features Introduction
8-bit Microcontroller Application Note AVR240: 4x4Keypad – Wake-up on Keypress Features • 16 Key Pushbutton Pad in4x4Matrix • Very Low Power Consumption • AVR in Sleep Mode and Wakes Up on Keypress • Minimum External Components • ESD Protection Included if Necessary • Efficient Code • Complete Progr
Microcontrollers for Fluorescent and High Intensity Discharge Lamp Ballasts SMARTER, MORE FLEXIBLE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS
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AVR121: Enhancing ADC resolution by oversampling Features • Increasing the resolution by oversampling • Averaging and decimation • Noise reduction by averaging samples 1 Introduction Atmel’s AVR controller offers an Analog to Digital Converter with 10-bit resolution. In most cases 10-bit resolution
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