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Operating Instructions
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Summary of Contents

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    nasonlc ..PalrT)(:Ol_dEP ®PalrnSigl_t_ Camcorder Operating Instructions 13" C._ uu _ 03r_ PV-L779 Please read these instructions carefully before attempting to operate this product. Please save this manual. Gufa para rdpida consulta en espa_ol estd incluida. i i[ell_.k--,.1 k_j t_.1 il_[-._l_.l I i D;fllll_,_iii lel -J__l k_ F_AyU_}I VQTW0746A...

  • Page 2

    Things You Should Know Thank for choosing Panasonic! You have purchased one of the most Date of Purchase sophisticated and reliable products on the Dealer Purchased From market today. Used properly, it will bring you years of enjoyment. Please take time Dealer Address to fill in the information at the right.

  • Page 3

    Things You Should Know _,."_"i { :_ |v| I"Ji[:.[t_.! t i | [=1i 1.1 WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. Your Compact VHS Camcorder is designed to record and play back in Standard Play (SP) and Super Long Play (SLP) modes.

  • Page 4: Important Safeguards

    Important Safeguards 1. Read Instructions-- All the safety and operating 11. Grounding or Polarization -- This video unit may instructions should be read before the unit is be equipped with either a polarized 2-wira AC operated• (Alternating Current) line plug (a plug having one blade wider than the other) or 3-wire grounding 2.

  • Page 5: Precautions

    Important Safeguards ..b. if any liquid has been spilled onto, or objects 15, Power Lines -- An outside antenna system should have fallen into the video unit. not be located in the vicinity of overhead power lines or other electdc light or power circuits, or c.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents ThingsYou Should Know ........................Important Safeguards ........................Precautions ............................Self Demo Mode ..........................Quick Operation Guide ........................Supplying Power ..........................Cassette Information ........................Attaching Shoulder Strap ......................... MENU Mode ..........................Setting the Clock ..........................Built-in Auto Light ..........................Camera Recording ...........................

  • Page 7: Self Demo Mode

    Serf Demo Mode Self Demo mode is on when the Before you begin... screen below appears. Follow the • Connect Camcorder to power source. steps below to turn it off. EVF Screen rPan, as0nic ITS TAPES PLAY IN YOUR VCR YES, rr's VHSI 26x LENS / 300x D.

  • Page 8: Quick Operation Guide

    Quick Operation Guide Charge Battery Pack fully before operation (page 11). Plug in AC Adaptor. Insert CHARGE Lamp lights and then goes out when charging is done. When the CompactFlash Card is not inserted in CAMERA or PHOTO mode, "NO CF CARD" appears on-screen.

  • Page 9

    Quick Operation Guide Insert _assette (page 14). Press here to close door. When the LCD monitor is fully open, the Viewfinder automatically turns OFF (page 23). Set POWERto _AMERA. Press LCD-OPEN to unlock the ",_ Press RECORD/PAUSE to start LCD monitor. Swing it fully open recording.

  • Page 10

    Quick Operation Guide Before you begin... • Charge Battery Pack fully before operation (page 11). When the LCD monitor is fully open, the Viewfinder automatically turns OFF (page 27). Press LCD-OPEN unlock the LCD monitor. Swing it fully open and adjust the angle.

  • Page 11: Supplying Power

    Supplying Power POWER Lain Plug in AC AdaDtor. CHARGE POWER Lamp lights. Lamp Insert Align right side of Battery with |ine on AC Adaptor. 1_) Press Battery down and slide in direction of arrow. CHARGE Lamp lights and then goes out when charging is done (approx.

  • Page 12

    Supplying Power J_ | (;.] iv| :{:'_ ii[_,.,,,] i n This feature completely discharges Battery before recharging begins. Use after about every 5 charges for optimum Battery performance. CHARGE Lamp Plug i'n,AC Adaotor. • POWER Lamp stays on as long as Adaptor is plugged in.

  • Page 13

    Supplying Power i_ ¸ i ,_ -- DC Power Cable Connect AC Adaptor VCR DC OUT POWER Lamp DC IN to _ with supplied Plug in AC Adaptor. D C Power C able. Notes: POWER Lamp lights. VCR DC OUT Connector •...

  • Page 14: Cassette Information

    Cassette Information [1_. _[.:I:-] | _'_ I I I i_-_[: -]d4[e] i_d -'[_ Ii[e_v_-I I Turn TaDe Wheel in direction of arrow u_til there is no slack. Attach _ (page 11). Slide TAPE EJECT to ()pen door. Insert cassette as shown. Press here to close door.

  • Page 15: Attaching Shoulder Strap

    Attaching Shoulder Strap Remove Battery Pack before doing steps. Undo strap ends from buckles. Thread strap ends through Strap Rings on Camcorder. Re-insert the strap ends into buckles. rain, 1 inch (25.4mm) Pull a loop of strap from buckle. Pull strap tight to shorten or lengthen, Adjust Hand Strap length to fit your hand as shown.

  • Page 16: Menu Mode

    MENU Mode II __ ii t. i tTt I =I_,|I l _++ I'+T.[=-i Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Press MENU for MENU mode. -+E t TITLE ; NJTC_ta_NUAL TALLY LAMP ; ON ;OFF Sk"l"...

  • Page 17

    MENU Mode r... MENU --- PAGE 1/2_ PROGRAMMED REC (page 26). • • PROGRAMMED REC 2.-... Camcord_r starts and stops •TITLE ; AUTO/MANUAL recording at a preset time• •TALLY LAMP ; ON •STAND-BY RELEASE ; OFF TITLE (pages 48~50). •CLOCK SET AUTO/MANUAL : 16 items SELECT : PUSH •/A...

  • Page 18: Setting The Clock

    Setting the Clock Set the following items in order: Time Zone, Daylight Saving Time, Date and Time. Before you begin... I,.",r_A| | il[o • ! __il li i i i [€-IrJ[I]l [=,.Jl • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. The Camcorder is preset to Eastern time.

  • Page 19

    Setting the Clock Before you begin... g:lTi r_Jl t_r_ i'lJ-'_, u, ii [,--, dI=i[:-aa • Connect Camcorder to power source. Clock will auto-adjust to daylight-saving • Set POWER to CAMERA. time (DST). i Note: When POWER is set to VCR, CLOCK SET menu appears., Auto DST does not function if time zone is set to Hawaii or Samoa (page 18).

  • Page 20

    Setting the Clock Before you begin... I[,.'T:_ i i I iIl I l]Ti (:-l_.t i[, i dI ii[_al • Connect Camcorder to power source. Date and time including leap year are • Set POWER to CAMERA. calculated up to DEC 31,2097. Note: When POWER is set to VCR, CLOCK SET menu appears.

  • Page 21: Built-in Auto Light

    Use only replacement bulb (PART NO. • Provide prSper ventilation when using Light VLLW0015) supplied by Panasonic to extensively in a hot environment. reduce risk of fire. • Using Light when the Camcorder is powered Handle new bulb with cloth or tissue as by a car battery may shorten bulb life.

  • Page 22: Camera Recording

    Camera Recording Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). Set POWER to CAMERA. Lens Coveropens. • Be sure POWER is fully t_rned to CAMERA PAUSE] position Record/Pause mode. Look into Viewfinder and adjust Vision Adiustment...

  • Page 23

    Camera Recording Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. View recording scene on the LCD (Liquid • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). Crystal Display). Press L_,D-OPEN to unlock LCD. Swing LCB fully open and adjust viewing angle. Caution: Rotating partially open LCD monitor may block cassette door and damage...

  • Page 24

    Camera Recording If left in RECORD/PAUSE mode for 5 minutes, Camcorder switches to Stand-by mode to conserve battery. When set to ON, Stand-by Quick Release lets you resume recording by pressing RECORD/PAUSE two times. New camcorders will default to OFF. Before you begin...

  • Page 25

    Camera Recording Before you begin... For a smooth transition between scenes if • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). recording is stopped, and then started within 24 hours. Press R'ECORD/PAUSE to stop recording. Set POWER to OFF and leave cassette...

  • Page 26

    Camera Recording Before you begin... i'-, _,i, ii_tJii,[=_, I :€=_,_,]l, Inn[, i • connect Camcorder to power source. Set a recording start and stop time. Or, set Use AC Adaptor for longer recordings. a 5 or 10 second interval recording to be •...

  • Page 27: Playing Back Recordings

    Playing Back Recordings Before you begin... II'J I_R,p.[,_ :4[.] m 4vJa[.]ii(H HIIrA [ ,-_|(.]j • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert recorded tape. Press LCD-OPEN and swing LCD monitor fully open. • If you want to playback on EVF, close and lock LCD completely.

  • Page 28

    Playing Back Recordings Before you begin... • Connect Palmcorder to power source. Available only with SP recordings made • Insert tape recorded in SP mode. on this Palmcorder. • Set POWER to VCR. During playback, press PLA.____Y 1/2 Slow Play mode. Audio is muted. •...

  • Page 29

    Playing Back Recordings Before you begin... • Connect Palmcorder to power source. • Insert recorded tape, • Set POWER to VCR. Quick Visual ,Search Search Speed (Standard Play) : 3 times normal. SLP (Super Long Play) : 9 times normal. During playback_ press:...

  • Page 30

    Playing Back Recordings Before you begin... ivI [_,,,lni[01 I i!!I/_i,_[,4:g,] Connect Camcorder to a "IV to view • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Make all TV-Camcorder connections. playback or recordings in progress. TV with AUDIO/VIDEO IN Jacks. Set POWER _ view playback.

  • Page 31

    • Playing Back Recordings in a VCR I mc._Tj i ;_i (,] i, li_i',J m'.Vl:qn Remove Battery lid and insert AA battery. • Do not reverse polarity. • Replace battery when tape loading/ unloading takes 0longer than usual. Turn _ cassette Taoe Wheel in direction...

  • Page 32: Copying Your Tapes (dubbing)

    Copying your Tapes (dubbing) Before you begin... • Make Camcorder-VCR connections (see left). • Turn both units on. • Set VCR input signal to LINE. Please see VCR owner's manual. PLAY\\ • Set Cameorcler POWER to VCR. Source (Playing) , ___, Camcorder I _1 FF |...

  • Page 33: Backlight

    Power Zoom / Backlight Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Zoom in (close up) and out (wide angle) • Set POWER to CAMERA. in one of four speeds ranging from slow Zoom In ("T") (16 sec.)to fast (2 sec.). Zoom Out ("W") Zoom slowly:...

  • Page 34: Focus

    Focus Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Camcorder automatically focuses subject even'd_ring zooming. Auto Focus is on when "MF" is not displayed in EVF. Push MANUAL FOCUS MANUAL to remove "IHF" in EVF if necessary. FOCUS •...

  • Page 35: High Speed Shutter

    High Speed Shutter Improves Still or Slow Motion playback picture of high speed subjects (e.g. a tennis stroke), when viewed on Camcorder or 3 or 4 head VCR. Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. •...

  • Page 36: Tally Lamp

    Tally Lamp Before you begin... The tally lamp can be set to come on or • Connect Camcorder to power source. stay off during recording. • Set POWER to CAMERA. New camcorder's default setting is ON. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). Press MENU for MENU mode.

  • Page 37: Auto Fade

    Fade In/Out Before you begin... An interesting way to open and close • Connect Camcorder to power source. scenes. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Slide DI(_tTAL SELECTto FADE. Press MENU for • P_ _z'_ TIME LAPSE ; OFF MENU mode. |..s_E : OFF Press UP•...

  • Page 38

    Fade [e_J [.] i e]T;'l/_ I ;_'_ [:a Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Choose from 7 fade effects in 8 different • Set POWER to CAMERA. colors. Slide D1GITAL SELECT to FADF_ Press MENU for MENU mode. Press UP •...

  • Page 39: Color Digital Fade

    Fade Press _ to confirm entry. Press _ twice to exit. Press FA__A__D_ for about 2 seconds fade out during recording (selected fade type flashes). Press FADE again to fade in. • For more effects, stop fade in or fade out at any time (except RANDOM mode) by pressing FADE.

  • Page 40: Color Digital Filter

    Color Digital Filter Before you begin... Digital Filter adds one of 5 colors to entire picture, like a color filter. • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Slide DIGITAL SELECT to FADE. Press MENU for MENU mode.

  • Page 41: Digital Zoom

    Digital Zoom Power Zoom magnification is digitally increased. Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Slide DIGITAL SELECTto D,ZOOM. Press D. Z__. once --, D.ZOOM 1 (150x maximum) twice _ D.ZOOM 2 (300x maximum) Higher digital magnification levels may cause picture distortion.

  • Page 42

    Digital E.LS. Before you begin... • connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Helps stabilize picture when recording unstable situations. Slide DIGITAL SELECT to EIS. Press EIS to display "EIS" in the EVF. • The shutter speed auto-adjusts from 1/80 to 1/350 according to brightness.

  • Page 43: Still/strobe/wide

    Still/Strobe/Wide Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. Slide DIGITAL SELECT to STILL/ STROBE', • Press STILL/STROBE repeatedly for desired fbnction as described below. Selection order Third Press Hold down for more First Second than 3 m_onds F_rlh...

  • Page 44: Security Mode

    Security Mode i _TA r;_ [e]i I_-.I_H ! iil j tv Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Use AC Adaptor for longer recordings. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). • Set POWER to CAMERA. 2,3,4 •...

  • Page 45

    Security Mode Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Choose HIGH or LOW Audio sensitivity for Use AC Adaptor for longer recordings. Audio or Motion.Audio Security. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). • Set POWER to CAMERA. •...

  • Page 46: Time Lapse

    Time Lapse This feature reduces tape speed to 1/3 SLP for long term period recording (up to 6 hours with TC-40 tape). Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Use AC Adaptor for longer recordings. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). •...

  • Page 47: Message Mode

    Message Mode Before you begin... Leave audio/video messages for family friends. • Connect Camcorder to power source. Use AC Adaptor for extended use. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). • Set POWER to CAMERA. Press _ for MENU mode. Press _ P_E _'_ toselecq _...

  • Page 48: Intelligenttitler

    Intelligent Titler Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Camcorder auto-displays title greeting on • Set POWER to CAMERA. selected holidays when power is first • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). turned on. See title list on page 49. Press MENU for MENU mode.

  • Page 49

    Intelligent Titler Automatic/Manual Title Display List Dec. 31-Jan. HAPPY NEW YEAR! / CHEERS! Feb. 14 VALENTINE'S DAY / BE MY VALENTINE HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY / WE LOVE YOU! 2nd Sunday in May MEMORIAL ", Last Monday in May HAPPY FATHER'S DAY / WE LOVE YOU! 3rd Sunday in Jun.

  • Page 50

    Intelligent Titler Before you begin... • connect Camcorder to power source. • Set POWER to CAMERA. • Insert cassette with record tab (page 14). Press MENU for MENU mode. Press UPA or _ to select MENU --- PAGE 1/2_ I.___ _AMMEOREC ;...

  • Page 51: Digital Still Camera

    • Do not store it in places with high • Except for some special features, this temperature, high humidity, a lot of card is compatible with other Panasonic dust, or places exposed to direct brand products, like Digital Camera sunlight, or static electricity and strong (PV-DC1080, PV-DC1580), electromagnetic waves.

  • Page 52

    Digital Still Camera Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). monitor fully open. Adjust viewing angle. Press L.CD-OPEN and swing LCD Set POWER to PHOTO. Built-in Lens Cover opens and POWER Lamp lights.

  • Page 53: Recording

    Digital Still Camera Press _ to capture image. • As the image is processed, status screens below appear. The next image may be captured after "COMPLETED" disappears. • Depending on the image taken, the image parle remaining indication may not Change, or it may be decreased by 2 images.

  • Page 54

    Digital Still Camera Before you begin... For capture of still images in dim lighting. • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). • Set POWER to PHOTO. Set LIGHT to AUTO. When RECORD is pressed to capture an image in dim lighting, the Light comes on for about 2 seconds,...

  • Page 55: Playback

    Digital Still Camera Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert the CompactFlesh Card (page 51). • Set POWER to PRO'I'O, Press LCD-OPEN and swing LCD monitor fully_ open. Adjust viewing angle. Slide PHOTO MODE to PLAY. The Multi image Playback screen appears.

  • Page 56

    Digital Still Camera Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. Delete olderimagesto make room fornew • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). ones. • Set POWER to PHOTO. Impo_ant: Slide PHOTO MODE to PLAY. Once deleted, images cannotbe restored.

  • Page 57

    Digital Still Camera i mJ'_ ['_Jl I i iJIP_I I I I | ih [o[_1 _. i0[:_---= Before you begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. All image pages are deleted from memory. • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). Important: •...

  • Page 58: Picture In Picture Wipe Title

    Digital Still Camera Before you begin... mm -=]r'o] (! i][_.]m n _ _l!li[_vlYj n,I:lm/i| • Connect Camcorder to power source. Captured still images (pages 52, 53) can • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). be recorded along with the current picture. •...

  • Page 59

    Digital Still Camera II Hr_ IkV;jl,z_LvAr_ [ :m Insert a Captured still image into the current recording, or vice versa, in one of three wipe effects, Before begin... • Connect Camcorder to power source. • Insert the CofnpactFlash Card (page 51). •...

  • Page 60

    If you delete the following| image to be used. pre-recorded titles, they Please see page 58 for further details. will not be restored. Start recording (page 22). Panasonic Anniversary Happy Birthday Graduation Bon Voyage Congratulations It's a Girl! It's _ Boy! Our Wedding...

  • Page 61: Pc Connection

    PC Connection A live or captured image can be transferred to your PC (Personal Computer). 1;t ii i ll;t.; U,i 114 iiI;l il _"t 1.11 ii iii| 1 i II i'Iil ilI.,.'t ilil • IBM PC/AT or compatible. • Microsoft Windows®95 or Windows®98.

  • Page 62

    PC Connection Before you begin... • Your PC is in the power on mode. Turn on pC (Personal Computer) start up Windows. Insert Digital PhotoShot disk (Windows 95/98) into a floppy disk drive. Click on Start, then "Bun..." Type in a:_setup.exe and click OK.

  • Page 63

    PC Connection Before you begin... • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). • Make Camcorder-PC connections (page 61). • Turn both units on. • Set Camcorder POWER to PHOTO. Click on Start, then "Programs," then "Digital PhotoShot." "Digital PhotoShot" is opened. Note: •...

  • Page 64

    PC Connection II I_ i i[i i IlkVL:]l i n_[_ [dl I.]_"1 f=ii Before you begin... • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). You can capture the current Camcorder • Make Camcorder-PC connections (page 61). picture to your PC. • Turn both units on. •...

  • Page 65

    PC Connection Before you begin... _ iit, II] d[IP.] _, I [,i_tHa IF3 _- _ • Insert the CompactFlash Card (page 51). Pictures captured with Camcorder can be • Make Camcorder-PC connections (page 61). • Turn both units on. transferred to your PC.

  • Page 66

    PC Connection File 2 Image • Open... • Image Adjustment To open an existing image (Bitmap or To modify the captured image as JPEG). desired. • Save As • Copy to Clipboad To save the active image file under a To copy a view image to clipboad.

  • Page 67: Using A Pcmcia Adaptor (optional)

    Using a PCMCIA Adaptor (optional) If your PC has a PCMCIA type II slot, you can insert the CompactFlash Card into a PCMClA adaptor (optional, page 76) to transfer images, captured with this Camcorder only, to your PC. ilni):_=_jl,i[,_i_zo].t)p.[_i=llRlL.Jhl[e_r@. Before you begin... •...

  • Page 68

    Viewfinder/LCD Monitor Indications Tape remaining and battery charge level can be displayed. Set POWER to CAMERA. Press Dh__PLAY repeatedly select the following displays. i ,x.,_.m "_1 Fifth First Pr_l I _.I_,°°--,_ JdkLP ress (Initial screen) Second press • Tape remaining indicator operates a few seconds after tape starts moving.

  • Page 69

    Viewfinder/L CD Monitor Indications n[e_,lltjI_: F,.VkvLo_ -"•| I[,I' [:11 1 2 i 10:20|SLPI- I;_>1 M FI OI [D.ZOOM17 IVCR-MODEI 1 2:00:00AM_ 1 9991 Battery Remaining -r-'_-_- (page 68) TAPE SPEED (pages 14, 22, 46) (SP=standard play, SLP=super long "WARNING LOW BATTERY" appears and External Power Lamp starts flashing...

  • Page 70

    Viewfinder/LCD Monitor Indications t_'-I lvl I _ -" tr'TAvLI ']I • ii[.I ! [;il 10:201SLPI n/1ooooi [D.ZOOM11 tVCR-M 6,7,8,9,10 11-- --17 12-- 2:00 :OOAML, -- 18, 19 1 9991 Zoom Magnification level (page 33). Backlight (page 33). Digital E.I.S. (page 42). Manual Focus (page 34).

  • Page 71

    Viewfinder/LCD Monitor Indications _o_o] [PROCESSINGJ Image Page Remaining Indication Image Status Indication (pages 52, 53) Image status is displayed when • Image pages left in selected mode. captured. "000" flashes when memory is full. PROCESSING: • Memory capacity provided all pictures Image is being processed.

  • Page 72

    Viewfinder/LCD Monitor Indications NO CF CARD PICTURE I_ SELECT : PUSH -/+ KEY : PUSH PLAY DELETE: PUSH CF CARD Indication Currently selected image is underlined in green or red. When the CompactFlash Card is not inserted in CAMERA or PHOTO mode, Multi Image Playback page number.

  • Page 73: Operation Notes

    Operation Notes If;1 i RT'_i'11 i [_III_T_ [,] i l_l I _11i ( :-]t-'t:.l i [, l :(:] ii-'t:_'gI When you remove the Lens Hood, pinch the Lens Hood and turn it counterclockwise as illustrated at right. Then attach an optional filter or lens, •...

  • Page 74: Replacing Clock Battery

    Replacing Clock Battery The clock battery is pre-installed. Follow the steps below if replacement becomes necessary. Replace battery with Panasonic PANT NO. VSBW0004 (CR2025) only. Use of another battery may present a risk of fire or explosion. Caution: Battery may explode if mistreated.

  • Page 75: Palmcorder Accessory System

    Palmcorder Accessory System For ordering instructions, see the Accessory Order Form page. • The listed standard battery use times are based on continuous recording using this Palmcorder. Accessory Price Figure Description PV-A17 $130.00 AC Adaptor with DC Power Cable HHR-V214A/K $200.00 6.0Ah / 6 hr Battery Pack...

  • Page 76

    Palmcorder Accessory System For ordering instructions, see the Accessory Order Form page. Price Accessory Figure Description PV-C16 $70,00 Car Battery Cord PV-RF16 $40.00 RF Adaptor PV-P1 $35.00 VHS PlayPak PV-H18A Soft Sided $49,00 Carrying Case KXL-D55 $39.00 PCMCIA Adaptor i i[°] d_" _ 'F't F'! e"ia[_["-P["_" Hi B:[I [l_l_'ii PU :/-'1 _F-'TI'W_4 n...

  • Page 77

    THE FOLLOWING: VISIT YOUR LOCAL PANASONIC E)EALER CALL PANASONIC'S ACCESSORY ORDER LINE AT 1-800-332-5368 [6 AM-5 PM M-F, 6 AM-10:30 AM SAT, PACIFIC TIME] MAIL THIS ORDER TO: PANASONIC SERVICES COMPANY ACCESSORY ORDER OFFICE 20421 84th Avenue South Kent, WA. 98032...

  • Page 78: Specifications

    Specifications Power Source: Compact VHS Camcorder: DC 6V AC Adaptor: 110/120/220/240V AC, 50/60 Hz Battery: Nickel-Cadmium Type DC 6V Compact VHS Camcorder: 6V DC 8.5 W (Max. 11.5 W) Power Consumption: AC Adaptor: 24W 1.2W (when not in use.) EIA Standard (525 lines, 60 fields) NTSC color signal Video Signal: 4 rotary heads plus flying erase head.

  • Page 79: Before Requesting Service

    Playback picture is fast, and there is no sound ... • Set TIME LAPSE to OFF in Menu mode. (p. 46) "Panasonic ITS TAPES PLAY IN YOUR VCR ..." ° Set POWER to CAMERA, then hold down STOP over 5 appears in EVF and LCD Monitor ...

  • Page 80

    Before Requesting Service _TJ_ [:t*!: [:_.I, i [H[:_.Iil Ii[*i While head cleaning is normally not needed, playing old or damaged tapes may clog the heads. When playback picture resembles example at the left, "head cleaning is required. Ideally, head cleaning should be performed by a qualified...

  • Page 81: Request For Service Notice

    Mail this completed form and your Proof of Purchase along with your unit to: Panasonic Services Company 1705 N. Randall Road Elgin, IL. 60123-7847...

  • Page 82: Warranty

    Servicenter. Carry-in or mail-in service in Puerto Rico can be obta ned during the warranty per od by calling the Panasonic Sales Company telephone number listed in the Servicenter Directory. This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser. A purchase receipt or other proof of the date of the original purchase is requiredbefore warranty service is rendered.

  • Page 83

    - Friday; 6 am to 10:30 am Saturday; PST) (Visa, MasterCard, Discover Card, American Express, Check) Centralized Factory Servicenter Panasonic Services Company MAIL TO " 1705 N.Randall Road, Elgin, IL 60123-7847 Attention: Camcorder Repair Please carefully pack and ship, prepaid...

  • Page 84: Index

    Index Symbols Digital Still Camera 55, 56, 58, 60 + (FF) Button 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60 - (REW) Button 55, 56, 58, 60 Digital Wipe Mode DISPLAY Button 16, 18, 19, 20, 24, 26, 29, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52, 68 AC Adaptor Display-off...

  • Page 85: Photoshot Title Library

    Index PC Connection 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66 PC Connector Tally Lamp PCMClA Adaptor TAPE EJECT Switch 8, 14, 51 PHONE (earphone) jack 23, 27 TAPE SPEED._elector 14, 22 PHOTO MODE Selector 52, 55 Time Lapse PhotoShotTitle Library TITLE Button 48, 49, 50 Picture in Picture Wipe Title...

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