Sony Dcr-hc96 Manual

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E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00Cov.fm
DCR-HC36/HC46/HC96
2-659-813-11(1)
2-659-813-11(1)
© 2006 Sony Corporation
Digital Video Camera Recorder
Operating Guide
DCR-HC36/HC46/HC96

Summary of Contents of manual for Sony Dcr-hc96

  • Page 1E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00Cov.fm 2-659-813-11(1) Digital Video Camera Recorder Getting Started 12 Recording/ 28 Operating Guide Playback Using the Menu 44 Dubbing/Editing 71...
  • Page 2 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm WARNING To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. This symbol...
  • Page 3: IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDSE:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS For your protection, please read these safety Cleaning instructions completely before operating Unplug the set from the...
  • Page 4 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS (Continued) Lightning Safety Check For added protection for this set during a lightning Upon completion of...
  • Page 5: Read this firstE:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm Read this first Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly, and retain it for future For customers...
  • Page 6 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm Read this first (Continued) Declaration of Conformity Note This equipment has been tested and found to Trade Name:...
  • Page 7E:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm Types of “Memory Stick” you can use Using the camcorder in your camcorder • Do not hold the camcorder...
  • Page 8 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US01REG.fm Read this first (Continued) • The LCD screen and the viewfinder are • Television programs, films, video tapes,...
  • Page 9E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKTOC.fm Table of Contents IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS .................................................................. 3 Read this first ...........................................................................................5 Getting Started Step 1: Checking supplied items ............................................................12...
  • Page 10 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKTOC.fm Other part names and functions Indicators displayed during recording/playback ..................................... 36 Searching for the starting point .............................................................. 39...
  • Page 11E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKTOC.fm Printing recorded images (PictBridge compliant printer) ........................82 Jacks to connect external devices ..........................................................84 Using a Computer Before referring to...
  • Page 12: Getting Started E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Getting Started Step 1: Checking supplied items Make sure that you have following items USB cable (1) (p....
  • Page 13E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 2: Charging the battery pack You can charge the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (P series) (p. 126) after 1...
  • Page 14 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step2: Charging the battery pack (Continued) For DCR-HC36: The CHG (charge) lamp lights up and charging starts. •...
  • Page 15E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm POWER switch To remove the battery pack 1 Slide the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). Hold down the V...
  • Page 16 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step2: Charging the battery pack (Continued) DCR-HC36 * Typical recording time shows the time when you repeat recording...
  • Page 17E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm DCR-HC46 On the AC Adaptor • Use the nearby wall outlet when using the AC LCD panel LCD panel...
  • Page 18 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 3: Turning the power on and holding your camcorder firmly To record or play back, slide the...
  • Page 19E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm To turn off the power Slide the POWER switch to OFF (CHG). For DCR-HC36/HC46: Attach the lens cap after...
  • Page 20 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 4: Adjusting the LCD panel and viewfinder The LCD panel The viewfinder Open the LCD panel 90...
  • Page 21E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 5: Using the touch panel You can play back recorded pictures (p. 31), or change the settings (p....
  • Page 22 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 5: Using the touch panel (Continued) 3 Touch the area including the indicator that you want to...
  • Page 23E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 6: Setting the date and time Set the date and time when using this camcorder for the first...
  • Page 24 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 7: Inserting a tape or a “Memory Stick Duo” Cassette tape 2 Insert a cassette with its...
  • Page 25E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm DCR-HC36/HC46: “Memory Stick Duo” Access lamp You can use only a “Memory Stick Duo” marked with or (p. 124)....
  • Page 26 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Step 8: Selecting the aspect ratio (16:9 or 4:3) of the recording picture (DCR-HC46/HC96) By recording in the...
  • Page 27E:\SONY\2659813111\01US02GET.fm Getting Started 27 DCR-HC36/HC46/HC96 2-659-813-11(1)
  • Page 28: Recording/Playback E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Recording/Playback Easy Recording/Playback (Easy Handycam) With this Easy Handycam operation, most of the camera settings are automatically optimally...
  • Page 29E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Playing back movies/still images Slide the POWER switch E to turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp. Touch the buttons on...
  • Page 30 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Recording Lens cap (DCR-HC36/HC46) Remove the lens cap by pressing both knobs on the sides of the cap....
  • Page 31E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Playback 1 Slide the POWER switch in the direction of the arrow repeatedly to turn on the PLAY/EDIT lamp....
  • Page 32 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Functions used for recording/playback, etc. 2 Recording To use zoom ..................... 2 5 Move the power zoom lever...
  • Page 33E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm • Remove any dust from the surface of the flash • Adjust the focus manually ([FOCUS], p. 51) lamp...
  • Page 34 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Functions used for recording/playback, etc. (Continued) To record in mirror mode ........... qh Open the LCD panel qh...
  • Page 35E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Other part names and functions To cancel, touch [END]. I Remote sensor • You cannot change the zoom speed...
  • Page 36 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Indicators displayed during recording/playback Recording movies Recording still images In the CAMERA-TAPE mode 1 2 3 4 5...
  • Page 37E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm ( ) is a reference page. The indicators during recording will not be recorded. Viewing movies Viewing still images...
  • Page 38 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Indicators displayed during ( ) is a reference page. recording/playback (Continued) Center Indicators when you made changes Indicator...
  • Page 39E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Searching for the starting point Make sure that the CAMERA-TAPE Searching manually lamp lights up (p. 30). (EDIT SEARCH)...
  • Page 40 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Remote Commander Remove the insulation sheet before using *2 Not available during Easy Handycam the Remote Commander. operation....
  • Page 41E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm • The Date search will not function correctly 4 Press PLAY 4. when there is a blank section between...
  • Page 42 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm Playing the picture on a TV You can connect your camcorder to the input jack of a TV...
  • Page 43E:\SONY\2659813111\01US03BAS.fm A A/V connecting cable (supplied) • On some 4:3 TVs, the still image recorded in 4:3 For DCR-HC46/HC96: aspect...
  • Page 44: Using the Menu E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm Using the Menu Using the menu items Follow the instructions below to use each of the menu items...
  • Page 45E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm After finishing the settings, touch t (close) to hide the menu screen. If you decide not to change the...
  • Page 46 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm Menu items Available menu items (z) vary depending on which lamp is lit. During Easy Handycam operation, the...
  • Page 47E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm TAPE MEMORY PLAY/EDIT Easy Handycam PICT.APPLI. menu (p. 59) FADER z – – OFF SLIDE SHOW – – z...
  • Page 48 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm Menu items (Continued) TAPE MEMORY PLAY/EDIT Easy Handycam STANDARD SET menu (p. 65) REC MODE z – z...
  • Page 49E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm CAMERA SET menu Settings to adjust your camcorder to the recording conditions (EXPOSURE/WHITE BAL./STEADYSHOT, etc.) BEACH&SKI*( ) Select to...
  • Page 50 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm CAMERA SET menu (Continued) 1 Touch the point where you want to fix and OUTDOOR ( ) adjust...
  • Page 51E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm • Redo the [ONE PUSH] procedure if you change 1 Touch the subject on the screen. the [PROGRAM AE]...
  • Page 52 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm CAMERA SET menu (Continued) Set [REDEYE REDUC] to [ON], then press TELE MACRO (flash) (p. 32) repeatedly to...
  • Page 53E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm recording if you set [SUPER NS] to [ON] and [COLOR SLOW SHUTTER] while the NIGHTSHOT switch (p. 33) is...
  • Page 54 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm CAMERA SET menu (Continued) For DCR-HC96: DIGITAL ZOOM B OFF You can select the maximum zoom level in...
  • Page 55E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm MEMORY SET menu Settings for the “Memory Stick Duo” (BURST/QUALITY/IMAGE SIZE/ALL ERASE/ STEADYSHOT NEW FOLDER, etc.) You can compensate...
  • Page 56 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm MEMORY SET menu (Continued) • [BURST] can be set only when the POWER • If you set a...
  • Page 57E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm • When using the “Memory Stick Duo” made by Approximate data size of a picture Sony Corporation. The number...
  • Page 58 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm MEMORY SET menu (Continued) • The folder will not be deleted even when you MOVIE SET delete all...
  • Page 59E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm PICT.APPLI. menu Special effects on pictures or additional functions on recording/playback (SLIDE NEW FOLDER SHOW/PICT. EFFECT/FRAME REC, etc.) You...
  • Page 60 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm PICT.APPLI. menu (Continued) OVERLAP (fade in only) 2 Select [ALL FILES ( )] or [CURRENT FOLDER ( )],...
  • Page 61E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm Effect Items to adjust LUMI. KEY (luminance key) LUMI. KEY The color scheme of the Replaces a brighter area...
  • Page 62 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm PICT.APPLI. menu (Continued) PICT. EFFECT (Picture effect) FRAME REC (Frame recording) (DCR-HC96) You can add special effects to...
  • Page 63E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm To resume, touch [REC START]. To cancel [INT.REC-STL], select [OFF] in To cancel, touch [REC STOP], then [END] step...
  • Page 64 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm PICT.APPLI. menu (Continued) EDIT/PLAY menu Settings for editing or playing back in various modes (VAR.SPD PB/END BURN VCD...
  • Page 65E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm STANDARD SET menu • You will not hear the recorded sound. You may Settings while recording on a tape...
  • Page 66 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm STANDARD SET menu (Continued) B STEREO x LCD COLOR Plays back with main and sub sound (or You...
  • Page 67E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm A/V t DV OUT (DCR-HC96) GUIDEFRAME (DCR-HC96) When you set [A/V t DV OUT] ( ) You can display...
  • Page 68 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm STANDARD SET menu (Continued) • During Easy Handycam operation, you can set [DATE/TIME] only. DISP OUTPUT • For...
  • Page 69E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm TIME/LANGU. Customizing Personal menu Menu (CLOCK SET/WORLD TIME/LANGUAGE) You can add desired menu items to any Personal Menu allocated...
  • Page 70 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US04MEN.fm Customizing Personal Menu (Continued) Deleting a menu item Arranging the order of menu items displayed on Personal Menu...
  • Page 71: Dubbing/EditingE:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Dubbing/Editing Dubbing to VCR/DVD device, etc. You can copy the picture played back on your camcorder to other recording...
  • Page 72 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Dubbing to VCR/DVD device, etc. (Continued) DCR-HC46/HC96: A/V or A/V OUT jack 1 AUDIO/VIDEO jacks A/V (Yellow) (White)...
  • Page 73E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm • The following cannot be output via the DV 1 Prepare your camcorder for Interface (i.LINK): – Indicators playback....
  • Page 74 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Recording pictures from a TV or VCR/DVD device, etc. You can record pictures or TV programs from a...
  • Page 75E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm DCR-HC46/HC96: A/V jack (DCR-HC96) 1 AUDIO/VIDEO jacks A/V (Yellow) (White) (Red) TV or VCR/DVD device, etc. To S VIDEO...
  • Page 76 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Recording pictures from a TV or VCR/DVD device, etc. (Continued) The picture played on the connected Recording movies...
  • Page 77E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Dubbing pictures from a tape to a “Memory Stick Duo” You can record movies or still images on a...
  • Page 78 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Dubbing sound to a recorded tape You can add sound to a tape already recorded in the 12-bit...
  • Page 79E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm – When the tape has been recorded in a TV color system other than that of your camcorder (p....
  • Page 80 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Dubbing sound to a recorded tape Deleting recorded (Continued) pictures from the To check the recorded sound “Memory...
  • Page 81E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Marking images on the “Memory Stick Duo” with specific information (Print mark/Image protection) When you are using a “Memory...
  • Page 82 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Printing recorded images (PictBridge compliant printer) You can print out pictures using a • You can also operate...
  • Page 83E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm – Disconnect the power cord. – Remove your camcorder from the Handycam Station (DCR-HC46/HC96). – Disconnect the USB cable...
  • Page 84 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm Jacks to connect external devices Camcorder Handycam Station (DCR-HC46/HC96) 7 3 6 1 5 4 A For DCR-HC96:...
  • Page 85E:\SONY\2659813111\01US05BAS.fm C For DCR-HC96: A/V (audio/video) jack (p. 42, 71, 97) For DCR-HC36/HC46: A/V (audio/video) OUT jack (p. 42, 71)...
  • Page 86: Using a Computer E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Using a Computer Before referring to the “First Step Guide” on your computer When you install the Picture...
  • Page 87E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm – “First Step Guide” Application: DirectX 9.0c or later (This product is based on DirectX technology. About “First Step...
  • Page 88 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Before referring to the “First Step Guide” on your computer (Continued) Others: USB port (This must be provided...
  • Page 89E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Installing the software and “First Step Guide” on a computer You need to install the software etc., with If...
  • Page 90 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Installing the software and “First Step Guide” on a computer (Continued) 6 Click [Next]. 9 Click [Install] on...
  • Page 91E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm 12If the [Installing Microsoft(R) 13Make sure [Yes, I want to restart DirectX(R)] screen is displayed, my computer now.] is...
  • Page 92 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Installing the software and “First Step Guide” on a computer (Continued) Installing on a Macintosh 9 When the...
  • Page 93E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Viewing “First Step Guide” Displaying “First Step Guide” For inquires about this software Starting up on a Windows computer...
  • Page 94 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Creating a DVD (Direct Access to “Click to DVD”) You can create a DVD from a tape with...
  • Page 95E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm The status of the operation on your 3 Slide the POWER switch computer is displayed on the LCD repeatedly...
  • Page 96 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Creating a DVD (Direct Access to “Click to DVD”) (Continued) • When [CONVERTING] or [WRITING] is displayed on...
  • Page 97E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Connecting an analog VCR to the computer via your camcorder (Signal convert function) (DCR- HC96) Using an i.LINK cable...
  • Page 98 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US06COM.fm Connecting an analog VCR to the computer via your camcorder (Signal convert function) (Continued) 2 Slide the POWER...
  • Page 99: TroubleshootingE:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting Troubleshooting If you run into any problems using your camcorder, use the following table to troubleshoot the problem....
  • Page 100 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) Batteries/Power sources The power abruptly turns off. • When approximately 5 minutes have elapsed while you...
  • Page 101E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm LCD screen/viewfinder A rippling effect appears on the LCD screen when you touch it. • This is not a...
  • Page 102 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) Dots in lines appear on the LCD screen. • This is not a malfunction. These dots...
  • Page 103E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm You cannot format the “Memory Stick Duo.” • Release the lock on the write-protect tab of the “Memory Stick...
  • Page 104 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) • In the following settings, still images cannot be recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo” during...
  • Page 105E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm [END SEARCH] does not work correctly. • There is a blank section between recorded sections of the tape. This...
  • Page 106 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) Tiny spots in white, red, blue, or green appear on the screen. • The spots appear...
  • Page 107E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Image data stored on a “Memory Stick Duo” cannot be played back. • Image data cannot be played back...
  • Page 108 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) Date search does not work correctly. • Be sure to record more than 2 minutes after...
  • Page 109E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm – NightShot (DCR-HC96) – [SUPER NS] (DCR-HC96) – [COLOR SLOW S] – [CINEMA EFECT] of [D. EFFECT] (DCR-HC96) •...
  • Page 110 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) [COLOR SLOW S] does not operate correctly. • [COLOR SLOW S] may not operate correctly in...
  • Page 111E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Dubbing/Editing/Connecting to other devices Pictures output from the camcorder do not appear on the screen of the connected device...
  • Page 112 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) Movies cannot be dubbed from a tape to a “Memory Stick Duo.” • You cannot record...
  • Page 113E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm You cannot view the video recorded on a tape on a Macintosh computer. • When you connect your camcorder...
  • Page 114 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) 6 Turn off the power of your camcorder, disconnect the USB cable, then restart the computer....
  • Page 115E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm 3 Right-click [My Computer], then click [Properties]. The [System Properties] screen appears. 4 Click the [Hardware] tab t [Device...
  • Page 116 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US07TBS.fm Troubleshooting (Continued) The movie is not smooth during USB Streaming. • Change the settings as described in the...
  • Page 117E:\SONY\2659813111\01US08TBS2.fm Warning indicators and messages E:61:ss / E:62:ss / E:91:ss Self-diagnosis display/Warning • Contact your Sony dealer or local indicators...
  • Page 118 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US08TBS2.fm Warning indicators and messages (Continued) Q (Warning indicators pertaining to (Warning indicator pertaining to the tape) camera-shake warning)...
  • Page 119E:\SONY\2659813111\01US08TBS2.fm x Moisture condensation This Memory Stick is not formatted correctly. %Z Moisture condensation. Eject • Check the format, then...
  • Page 120 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US08TBS2.fm Warning indicators and messages (Continued) x PictBridge compliant printer Cannot add audio. Disconnect the i.LINK cable. (p. 78)...
  • Page 121E:\SONY\2659813111\01US08TBS2.fm HDV recorded tape. Cannot add audio. • Your camcorder does not allow you to add audio on a section...
  • Page 122: Additional Information E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Additional Information Using your camcorder abroad Power supply Simple setting of the clock by time You can use...
  • Page 123E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Usable cassette tapes You can use mini DV format cassettes only. x To prevent accidental erasure Use a cassette...
  • Page 124 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm About the “Memory Stick” A “Memory Stick” is a compact, portable • File names of movies: IC recording...
  • Page 125E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm • Do not disassemble or modify the “Memory On image data compatibility Stick Duo.” • Image data files recorded...
  • Page 126 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack This unit is compatible with an • Frequent use of the LCD screen...
  • Page 127E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm About i.LINK About battery life The DV Interface on this unit is an i.LINK- • Battery capacity decreases over...
  • Page 128 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm About i.LINK (Continued) Maintenance and precautions is also indicated near the i.LINK interface On use and care on...
  • Page 129E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm • Keep the Remote Commander and button-type malfunction. Do not close the cassette lid battery out of children’s reach....
  • Page 130 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Maintenance and precautions (Continued) • The video heads will wear after long use. If you cannot obtain a...
  • Page 131E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm On charging the pre-installed WARNING rechargeable battery Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not Your camcorder has a pre-installed...
  • Page 132 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Specifications System DCR-HC96: Video recording system 5.9 mm (1/3 type) CCD (Charge 2 rotary heads, Helical scanning system...
  • Page 133E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm DCR-HC96: Input/Output connectors f=5.1 ~ 51 mm (7/32 ~ 2 1/8 in.) Audio/Video output When converted to a 35...
  • Page 134 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Specifications (Continued) Total dot number Mass (approx.) 123 200 (560 × 220) DCR-HC36: 370 g (13 oz) main...
  • Page 135E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm DCRA-C152 (DCR-HC96) Rechargeable battery pack Audio/Video input/output NP-FP30 (DCR-HC36) 10-pin connector Maximum output voltage Input/output auto switch DC 8.4...
  • Page 136 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US09ADD.fm Specifications (Continued) On trademarks Types of differences • “Memory Stick,” “ ,” “Memory Stick Duo,” “ ,” “Memory...
  • Page 137E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKIX.fm Index Numeric/Symbol BEACH&SKI....................... 49 DC plug ................................13 BEEP.................................... 68 DELAY MOTION................61 12BIT....................................65 BLACK FADER .................. 59 Delete pictures ......................80...
  • Page 138 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKIX.fm Index (Continued) FLASH SET .........................52 INDOOR.............................. 50 MEMORY SET menu ..........55 Flexible spot meter “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack “Memory...
  • Page 139E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKIX.fm NightShot plus ......................33 Picture Package .................... 86 Remaining battery ................36 NIGHTSHOT PLUS switch Picture Search ...................... 31 Remote Commander.............40...
  • Page 140 E:\SONY\2659813111\01US00BOOKIX.fm STEADYSHOT............55, 105 TV ........................................ 42 W STEREO ...............................66 TV color systems ............... 122 Wall outlet ............................13 STILL ...................................61 TV...