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Digital 4K Video Camera Recorder/Digital HD Video Camera Recorder
FDR-X1000V/HDR-AS200V
How to use

Read This First

Identifying the parts
Identifying the parts [1]
Screen display
Screen display [2]

Getting Started

Checking the bundled items
Checking the bundled items [3]
Inserting the battery pack
Inserting the battery pack [4]
Charging the battery pack
Charging the battery pack [5]
Inserting a memory card
Inserting a memory card [6]

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  • Page 1: Read This First

    Digital 4K Video Camera Recorder/Digital HD Video Camera Recorder FDR-X1000V/HDR-AS200V How to use Read This First Identifying the parts Identifying the parts [1] Screen display Screen display [2] Getting Started Checking the bundled items Checking the bundled items [3] Inserting the battery pack...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    The memory cards that can be used with the camera [7] Using the Tripod Adaptor Using the tripod adaptor (HDR-AS200V only) [8] Using the Waterproof Case Identifying the parts (Waterproof case) [9] Using the waterproof case [10] On waterproof performance of the waterproof case [11] Notes on use for the waterproof case [12] Water leakage [13] Waterproof packing [14]...
  • Page 3 List of setting items [24] How to set the setting items [25] Shooting settings Image quality setting [26] SteadyShot [27] Flip [28] Scene [29] White balance [30] AE shift [31] Color mode [32] Movie format [33] Audio recording setting [34] Wind noise reduction [35] Loop recording time [36] Still image angle of view [37]...
  • Page 4: White

    Date & time/area setting [52] Daylight Saving Time (Summer time) setting [53] Language setting [54] Switching NTSC/PAL [55] Version [56] Format [57] Resetting the settings [58] Viewing Viewing images on a TV Viewing images on a TV [59] Deleting images Delete [60] Create your movie Highlight Movie Maker...
  • Page 5: Wi-fi

    Using the camera connected to other devices via Wi-Fi Connecting to your smartphone Preparation for connecting to your smartphone [68] Sample smartphone screen display [69] Using One-touch Functions to Connect to an NFC-enabled Android Smartphone [70] Connecting to a smartphone without using NFC [71] Connecting to the Live-View Remote Connecting a single camera to Live-View Remote (Single connection) [72] Connecting multiple cameras to Live-View Remote (Multi connection) [73]...
  • Page 6 About the remaining battery charge [83] How to store the battery pack [84] On battery pack life [85] Using the camera abroad On TV color systems [86] Countries and regions where you can view images when [V.SYS] is set to [NTSC] [87] Countries and regions where you can view images when [V.SYS] is set to [PAL] [88] The list of time differences for world capitals [89] Precautions...
  • Page 7 Troubleshooting List of Default Setting List of Default Setting List of Default Setting [104] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Troubleshooting [105] Battery pack and power Cannot turn on the camera. [106] The power turns off suddenly. [107] Battery life is short. [108] Cannot charge the camera. [109] The remaining charge indicator is incorrect.
  • Page 8: Warning Indicators And Messages

    The camera is not receiving a GPS signal. [116] Excessive error in location information. [117] It takes time to triangulate although the GPS assist data is taken in. [118] The location information has not been recorded. [119] Computers Your computer does not recognize the camera. [120] Cannot import images.
  • Page 9 FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V 1. REC HOLD switch 2. REC (Movie/Photo) button/ENTER (Menu execute) button (N Mark) 4. PREV (previous menu) button 5. NEXT (next menu) button 6. Display panel 7. Speaker 8. GPS sensor...
  • Page 10: Hdmi

    9. REC/LIVE lamp 10. IR remote receiver 11. Lens 12. Microphones 13. Connector cover (HDMI OUT jack, Multi/Micro USB Terminal) (FDR-X1000V only) 14. REC/access/CHG (Charge) lamp 15. Lock lever 16. Battery pack/memory card cover 17. Connector cover (Mic jack) (FDR-X1000V only) 18.
  • Page 11: Loop Recording

    : Memory card is not inserted or cannot record to memory card. : Battery level indicator of this unit : Movie setting with XAVC S (FDR-X1000V only): Movie setting with 4K : Movie setting in the loop recording mode : Audio recording OFF...
  • Page 12 HDR-AS200V Micro USB cable (1) Rechargeable battery pack (NP-BX1) (1) Waterproof Case (1) FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V...
  • Page 13: Inserting The Battery Pack

    Curved Adhesive Mount (1) Tripod adaptor (1) (HDR-AS200V only) Startup Guide (1) Reference Guide (1) [4] How to use Getting Started Inserting the battery pack Inserting the battery pack 1. Slide the lock lever to open the battery pack cover. FDR-X1000V...
  • Page 14 HDR-AS200V 2. Insert the battery pack. FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V :Align the mark as illustrated. 3. Close the cover. Confirm that the yellow mark on the lock lever is not visible.
  • Page 15: Auto Power

    1. Turn off the power of the camera. Charging is not possible when the camera is turned on. 2. Open the connector cover, connect the camera to an activated computer with the micro USB cable (supplied). The REC/access/CHG (Charge) lamp lights in amber. FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V...
  • Page 16 : Connector cover : Micro USB cable : REC/access/CHG (Charge) lamp 3. When charging is finished, delete the USB connection between the camera and the computer. Charging is complete when the REC/access/CHG (Charge) lamp turns off (full charge). The charging time of the battery pack NP-BX1 (supplied) is as follows Via a computer: Approx.
  • Page 17: Inserting A Memory Card

    Getting Started Inserting a memory card Inserting a memory card 1. Open the cover. 2. Insert the memory card until it clicks. microSD card: Insert in the direction of Memory Stick Micro™ (M2) media: Insert in the direction of FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V...
  • Page 18: The Memory Cards That Can Be Used With The

    1: microSD card 2: Memory Stick Micro (Mark2) media : Terminal side : Printed side 3. Close the cover. To eject the memory card Open the cover, then lightly push the memory card once. Note Insert the memory card properly, confirming each side is facing the correct direction. Confirm the direction of the memory card.
  • Page 19: Using The Waterproof

    In this guide, microSD memory cards are referred to as microSD card. The microSD memory card that can be used with the camera are as follows. microSD memory card microSDHC memory card microSDXC memory card Memory Stick media In this guide, Memory Stick media is referred to as Memory Stick Micro (Mark2) media card. The Memory Stick Micro (Mark2) media that can be used with the camera is as follows.
  • Page 20: Water

    Loosen the screw of the tripod adaptor in the direction of the arrow and remove the tripod adaptor from the camera. Note Attach the waterproof case to the camera when using in water. [9] How to use Getting Started Using the Waterproof Case Identifying the parts (Waterproof case) SPK-X1 (supplied with FDR-X1000V)
  • Page 21 SPK-AS2 (supplied with HDR-AS200V)
  • Page 22: Color

    By inserting the camera in the waterproof case, you can shoot movies at a waterfront. 1. Slide the buckle lock in the direction of and hold it, then hold the circled parts and swing out the buckle in the direction of FDR-X1000V (SPK-X1) HDR-AS200V (SPK-AS2)
  • Page 23 2. Open the case cover. 3. Insert the camera in the case body. Release the REC HOLD (lock) switch on the camera. FDR-X1000V (SPK-X1) HDR-AS200V (SPK-AS2) 4. Insert the tab of the case body into the slot of the case cover.
  • Page 24 5. Hook the buckle over the tab on the lower part of the case cover , then close the buckle in the direction of , until it clicks into place. Make sure the buckle is locked by the buckle lock. FDR-X1000V (SPK-X1) HDR-AS200V (SPK-AS2)
  • Page 25 Note You cannot operate the REC button when the REC HOLD switch is set to the lock position. Release the lock in the direction of the arrow below, before operation. FDR-X1000V (SPK-X1) HDR-AS200V (SPK-AS2)
  • Page 26: On Waterproof Performance Of The Waterproof

    When the camera is inserted in the supplied waterproof case, the waterproof performance is as follows. FDR-X1000V (SPK-X1) is operable up to a water depth of 10 m for 60 minutes. HDR-AS200V (SPK-AS2) is operable up to a water depth of 5 m for 30 minutes.
  • Page 27: Notes On Use For The Waterproof

    If you do not use the anti-fog sheet, place it in a bag and keep the top sealed. By drying the anti-fog sheet sufficiently, you can use it approximately 200 times repeatedly. SPK-X1 (supplied with FDR-X1000V) When using the optional anti-fog sheet (AKA-AF1), place it in the gap on the opposite side of the camera display.
  • Page 28 In the unlikely event that a malfunction of the waterproof case causes damage due to water leakage, Sony does not guarantee against damages to the equipment contained in it (camera, battery pack, etc.) and the recorded contents, nor expenses entailed in the photography.
  • Page 29: How To Check For Water

    When finding a malfunction of waterproof case If a malfunction is found by inspection of the waterproof packing or check for water leaks, stop using this unit immediately and take it to the nearest Sony dealer. [16] How to use...
  • Page 30: Using The Adhesive

    Before attaching, insert the camera in the waterproof case or attach the tripod adaptor. The adhesive mount can be attached to the FDR-X1000V without attaching the waterproof case or the tripod adaptor. The procedure for fixing the adhesive mount to the waterproof case is explained here.
  • Page 31: About The Rec Hold (lock)

    Before recording, release the lock. If you lock the camera while recording, the recording state will be kept If you lock the camera after you stop recording, the stopped state will be kept Release the lock to change the setting. FDR-X1000V...
  • Page 32 HDR-AS200V 1. REC HOLD (lock) switch 2. REC button 3. REC/LIVE lamp [19] How to use Shooting Shooting movies and still images Shooting movies (Movie mode) Record movies. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to turn on the power. 2.
  • Page 33 scene in the movie will increase. [20] How to use Shooting Shooting movies and still images Shooting still images (Photo mode) Record still images. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to turn on the power. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to display [PHOTO]. 3.
  • Page 34: Interval Photo Recording

    Formatting a memory card may improve the recording conditions. Also, you may minimize bad effects of the data fragmentation by formatting a memory card in advance to increase the free space of memory. The loop recording cannot be started if you have not secured the enough free space on the memory card for recording.
  • Page 35: Time Code/user

    [24] How to use Changing the Settings List of setting items List of setting items List of modes LOOP: Loop recording mode MOVIE: Movie mode PHOTO: Photo mode INTVL: Interval photo recording mode LIVE: Live streaming mode SETUP: Setup mode PLAY: Play mode PwOFF: Power off Items you can set in SETUP (Setup mode)
  • Page 36: How To Set The Setting

    RESET: Resetting the settings [25] How to use Changing the Settings List of setting items How to set the setting items FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V You can set items using the following 3 buttons on the camera. : REC/ENTER button Executes the menu...
  • Page 37 To power off, press the NEXT button or PREV button to display [PwOFF] and press the ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to display [SETUP], then press the ENTER button. 3. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to display the setting item, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 38 1080 30p HQ Recorded image: Highest resolution Resolution: 1920×1080 Imaging frame rate : 30p/25p Playback frame rate : 30p/25p 720 30p STD Recorded image: High resolution Resolution: 1280×720 Imaging frame rate : 30p/25p Playback frame rate : 30p/25p 720 120p HS120 *2,*4 Recorded image: High speed recording (smooth image recorded at 4×...
  • Page 39 1080 24p 50 M (only when [V.SYS] is set to [NTSC]) Recorded image: XAVC S 50 Mbps Resolution: 1920×1080 Imaging frame rate: 24p Playback frame rate: 24p 720 240p 100 M (FDR-X1000V only) *2,*4 Recorded image: XAVC S 100 Mbps High speed recording Resolution: 1280×720 Imaging frame rate...
  • Page 40 Resolution: 1920×1080 Imaging frame rate : 120p/100p Playback frame rate : 120p/100p When [V.FMT] is set to [4K] (recording in XAVC S) (FDR-X1000V only) 2160 30p 100 M Recorded image: XAVC S 100 Mbps Resolution: 3840×2160 Imaging frame rate : 30p/25p...
  • Page 41 Recorded image: XAVC S 100 Mbps Resolution: 3840×2160 Imaging frame rate: 24p Playback frame rate: 24p 2160 24p 60 M (only when [V.SYS] is set to [NTSC]) Recorded image: XAVC S 60 Mbps Resolution: 3840×2160 Imaging frame rate: 24p Playback frame rate: 24p BACK: Returns to the [VMODE] menu.
  • Page 42 ON: Uses SteadyShot (Field angle: 120°). OFF: Does not use SteadyShot (Field angle: 170°). BACK: Returns to the [STEDY] menu. Note The field angle is 120° at the default setting. For a wider field angle, set [STEDY] to [OFF]. The field angle changes when the image quality setting is set to the 4K quality or the high speed recording quality.
  • Page 43 OFF: Does not flip the image. BACK: Returns to the [FLIP] menu. [29] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings Scene You can select suitable image quality according to the shooting scene. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [SCENE], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 44: White Balance

    (HDR-AS200V only) [30] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings White balance You can adjust the color balance to the recording environment. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [WB], then press the ENTER button. 2.
  • Page 45: Color Mode

    [31] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings AE shift You can adjust the exposure according to your preference. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [AESFT], then press the ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select the following setting, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 46: Movie Format

    ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select the following setting, then press the ENTER button. 4K: Records a 4K (XAVC S) movie (FDR-X1000V only). Select the desired image quality. HD: Records a HD movie. Select the desired image quality.
  • Page 47 MP4: Records an MP4 movie. Select this setting if you want to upload to your smartphone or a website. BACK: Returns to the [V.FMT] menu. [34] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings Audio recording setting Set ON/OFF of the audio recording. 1.
  • Page 48: Wind Noise Reduction

    Wind noise reduction This function automatically cuts low-range wind noise according to the noise level when recording using the built-in microphone. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [WIND], then press the ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select the following setting, then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 49 5min:Sets the loop recording time to 5 minutes. The size of created movie is one minute per file. 20min: Sets the loop recording time to 20 minutes. The size of created movie is five minutes per file. 60min: Sets the loop recording time to 60 minutes. The size of created movie is 15 minutes per file.
  • Page 50 keeps recording. Estimation of available shooting time required for a loop recording (free space on the media) In addition to the set loop recording time, you will need 2 files worth of available recording time (free space on the media). (Ex) when set to [20min] 20 min + 5 min + 5 min = 30 min or more You can check the available recording time by setting the shooting mode to “Movie mode.”...
  • Page 51: Still Image Mode Switching

    [38] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings Still image mode switching You can set the mode for still image recording. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [DRIVE], then press the ENTER button. 2.
  • Page 52: Still Image Shooting Interval

    Shoot in a bright location and avoid changes in brightness. To shoot successfully in burst shooting mode Try the following shooting methods. Stabilize the camera to prevent camera shake. Use the remote control function with a smartphone or Live-View Remote, or the self-timer function to prevent camera shake for better results.
  • Page 53 2f5s: Shoots 10 still images in 5 seconds. Suitable for shooting slow-moving objects. BACK: Returns to the [FPS] menu. Note [10f1s], [5f2s], [2f5s] are estimates of the maximum speed. The maximum speed may not be reached depending on the shooting conditions. [40] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings...
  • Page 54 BACK: Returns to the [SELF] menu. Note You cannot use self-timer when recording movies. The self-timer function is enabled until it is cancelled. Set the self-timer to [OFF] after you finish using it. [41] How to use Changing the Settings Shooting settings Interval photo recording You can select the time lapse setting for the interval photo recording mode.
  • Page 55 30sec: Continues to record still images at about 30-second intervals. 60sec: Continues to record still images at about 60-second intervals. BACK: Returns to the [LAPSE] menu. Note The first photo is recorded immediately when recording starts, without waiting for the completion of the set interval.
  • Page 56 MULTI: Operates multiple cameras with the compatible device. NEW: Select [NEW] when you connect to the compatible device for the first time. CRRNT: Select [CRRNT] when you connected to the compatible device before. BACK: Returns to the [Wi-Fi] screen. 3. Displays [MOVIE], [LOOP], [PHOTO] or [INTVL]. 4.
  • Page 57 ENTER button. ON: Records movies with the GPS log or still images with location information. OFF: Does not use GPS log. BACK: Returns to the [GPS] menu. Checking triangulating status The indicator changes according to the strength of GPS signal reception when GPS is activated.
  • Page 58: Airplane Mode

    This decreases the sensitivity of the GPS sensor and triangulation may fail. Sony does not collect location information and routing information. To display location information and routing information as a map on a computer, Sony provides data of location information and routing information to Google Inc.
  • Page 59 BACK: Returns to the [PLANE] menu. [45] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings Mount Register the place of installation to the camera in advance. If you start shooting after registering the place of installation, the camera will detect every highlighted scene allowing you to make an appealing highlight movie with the Highlight Movie Maker.
  • Page 60 About time code Time code is a useful function for advanced image editing, which records hours/minutes/seconds/frames on the image data. About user bit User bit is a function that can record information (8-digit hexadecimal numbers) such as date/time/scene number. This function is useful for editing movies created using two or more cameras.
  • Page 61 When selecting 30p or 60p 00:00:00:00 - 23:59:59:29 When selecting 25p or 50p 00:00:00:00 - 23:59:59:24 When selecting 24p, you can set the last 2 time code digits of the frames in multiples of 4, between 0 and 23. RESET: Initializes the time code. Press the ENTER button to display [SURE?] while [OK] is displayed, then press the ENTER button again.
  • Page 62 BACK: Returns to the [TCSET] menu. When selecting [UBSET] PrSet: Sets the user bit. Set four 2-digit numbers, then press the ENTER button. The user bit can be selected within the following range. 00 00 00 00 - FF FF FF FF RESET: Initializes the user bit.
  • Page 63 BACK: Returns to the [IR-RC] menu. Note The infrared remote control RMT-845 (sold separately) is required to use this function. Purchase it at a Sony service center. You can operate only the following settings using the RMT-845 (sold separately). Other settings are inoperable.
  • Page 64 RESOL: Sets the output resolution of the HDMI signal. AUTO: Sets the HDMI resolution signal automatically. 2160p (FDR-X1000V only): Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 2160p. 1080p: Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 1080p. 1080i: Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 1080i.
  • Page 65: Usb Power Supply

    BACK: Returns to the [R.CTL] menu. Unavailable when [V.FMT] is set to [MP4]. BACK: Returns to the [HDMI] menu. [49] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings USB Power Supply When connecting the camera to a computer or USB device with the micro USB cable (supplied), the camera can be set so the connected device supplies power to it.
  • Page 66: Auto Power Off

    and power is supplied to the camera from a device connected via USB. You can shoot and playback images using USB Power supply, however the battery pack is not charged simultaneously. How to supply power from a wall outlet (wall socket) Use the USB charger AC-UD10 (sold separately).
  • Page 67 When shooting movies, or shooting in Interval photo recording mode During movie playback When Wi-Fi connection is being established, Wi-Fi remote control is connected, an image is being uploaded to a smartphone, or live streaming HDMI connection is being made. Supplying power from a connected USB device Connecting a mass storage device IR-remote control is set to ON.
  • Page 68 OFF: All operation sounds are disabled. BACK: Returns to the [BEEP] menu. [52] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings Date & time/area setting You can set the year/month/day and region. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [DATE], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 69 00 (default): Sets the minutes. GMT+0 (default): Sets the region in which you use the camera. (Regions are defined by time difference from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT)). Setting the region You can set the clock to the local time of a country you visit by selecting the region. Regions are defined by time difference from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT).
  • Page 70: Language Setting

    BACK: Returns to the [DST] menu. [54] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings Language setting You can set the displayed language. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [LANG], then press the ENTER button. 2.
  • Page 71 [55] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings Switching NTSC/PAL You can select the NTSC/PAL setting, depending on the TV system of the country or region where you use this camera. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [V.SYS], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 72: Resetting The Settings

    1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [VER.], then press the ENTER button. [57] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings Format Formatting is the process of deleting all images in the memory card, and restoring the memory card to its initial state.
  • Page 73: Viewing Images On A Tv

    ENTER button. Select the settings below. [MP4]: MP4 movies [PHOTO]: Still images [4K30p]: XAVC S movie (FDR-X1000V only) [4K30p] is displayed when NTSC is selected and [4K25p] is displayed when PAL is selected. [4K24p]: XAVC S movie (FDR-X1000V only) [4K24p] is only displayed when NTSC is selected.
  • Page 74: Creating The Highlight Movie

    To control a content being played back Viewing the previous/next image: Press the PREV/NEXT button. Fast-rewind/fast-forward (movies only): Press and hold the PREV/NEXT button. Pause (movies only): Press the PREV and NEXT buttons simultaneously. If you press and hold the PREV or NEXT button during pause, slow rewind or slow forward can be performed.
  • Page 75 1. Open the PlayMemories Mobile of your smartphone and connect to this camera via Wi- Refer to “Connecting to your smartphone” to connect this camera to your smartphone. 2. Select “Highlight Movie Maker” in “In-Camera Application Setting” from the “Settings” of the PlayMemories Mobile.
  • Page 76 movie, the camera continues to create movie. Press the REC button of this camera to finish creating the highlight movie. Hint Use the “Settings” menu to change the movie length, BGM and the audio mix. 5. After creating the highlight movie, you can copy it to your smartphone. Hint Use the movie player application of a smartphone to play the copied highlight movie.
  • Page 77: Importing The Bgm

    High speed recording The operation methods and display screens for the application are subject to change without notice by future. See more details about “PlayMemories Mobile” from the following website. (http://www.sony.net/pmm/) [62] How to use Create your movie Highlight Movie Maker...
  • Page 78 by selecting [FORMT] in [BGM]. Note This function is not available in some countries/regions. [63] How to use Create your movie Highlight Movie Maker Mount Register the place of installation to the camera in advance. If you start shooting after registering the place of installation, the camera will detect every highlighted scene allowing you to make an appealing highlight movie with the Highlight Movie Maker.
  • Page 79: Live Streaming

    your camera (Real time movie streaming) Live Streaming You can deliver movies in real-time via video sharing websites such as USTREAM by using a Wi-Fi router or smartphone that can tether the camera. You can also send messages to your registered SNS to announce that you have started Live Streaming of video Registration to a video streaming site or SNS is required.
  • Page 80 “Action Cam Movie Creator.” Download “Action Cam Movie Creator” from the following website. http://www.sony.net/acmc/ 2. Connect this camera to your computer with supplied micro USB cable. 3. Configure the network settings, register an account at a video distribution site and configure the SNS settings on “Camera Settings for Live Streaming”...
  • Page 81: Performing Live Streaming

    Only movie distributions will be performed when no memory card is inserted. Simultaneously recorded movies are processed on MP4/HQ mode. REC lamp indicator during Live Streaming If you select Live Streaming mode, you can see the streaming status for Live Streaming with the REC lamp on the camera. FDR-X1000V...
  • Page 82 HDR-AS200V 1: REC/LIVE lamp OFF: Before distribution Lights up in blue: Distributing Blinks slowly in blue (Approx. once per second): Distributing (There is an audience) Blinks fast in red (Approx. three times per second): Distribution error To stop the live distribution Press the REC button again.
  • Page 83: Preparation For Connecting To Your Smartphone

    For the latest information details about the functions of PlayMemories Mobile, refer to the website below. http://www.sony.net/pmm/ Search for PlayMemories Mobile on Google Play, then install it. When using One-touch functions (NFC), Android 4.0 or later is required.
  • Page 84: Sample Smartphone Screen Display

    Search for PlayMemories Mobile on App Store, then install it. When using iOS, One-touch functions (NFC) are not available. If the password is lost 1. Connect the camera to a computer with the micro USB cable (supplied). 2. Turn on the camera. 3.
  • Page 85 To check the field of view before and while recording To monitor images while recording : Various settings : Shooting mode settings [Movie] [Photo] [Interval photo recording] [Loop recording] : Start/stop recording Note When the airplane mode is set to [ON], the Wi-Fi function is not available. Depending on local electrical interference or the smartphone’s capabilities, the live view images may not be displayed smoothly.
  • Page 86: Connecting To A Smartphone Without Using Nfc

    no (N Mark) on the smartphone, refer to the instruction manual of the smartphone for the touch area. If the camera and the smartphone cannot be connected by NFC, see “Connecting to a smartphone without using NFC” and connect them. About NFC NFC is a technology for short-range wireless communication between various devices, such as a mobile phones and IC tags.
  • Page 87 2. Select the SSID that is printed on the sticker attached to Startup Guide. 3. Input the password on the same sticker (First time only). iPhone/iPad 1. Open [Settings] and select [Wi-Fi] on the smartphone. Select the SSID that is printed on the sticker attached to Startup Guide.
  • Page 88 2. Input the password on the same sticker (First time only). 3. Confirm that the SSID of the camera is displayed on the smartphone. 4. Return to the Home screen, then start PlayMemories Mobile.
  • Page 89 For details, refer to “Connecting this unit to a single camera via Wi-Fi” in the Help Guide of the Live-View Remote (RM-LVR2). http://rd1.sony.net/help/cam/1530/h_zz/ 2. Set the connection mode of the camera. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [Wi-Fi] - [ON], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 90 1. Turn on the Live-View Remote. For details, refer to “Connecting this unit to multiple cameras via Wi-Fi” in the Help Guide of the Live-View Remote (RM-LVR2). http://rd1.sony.net/help/cam/1530/h_zz/ 2. Set the camera. When you connect the camera to Live-View Remote for the first time Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [Wi-Fi] - [MULTI] - [NEW], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 91 For details, refer to “Connecting this product to one camera with Multi Camera Control (Single Connection)” in the Help Guide of the Handycam. Example: Help Guide of FDR-AX30/AXP35 http://rd1.sony.net/help/cam/1510/h_zz/ 2. Set the connection mode of the camera. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [Wi-Fi] - [ON], then press the ENTER button.
  • Page 92: Useful Functions Of Action Cam Movie Creator

    Visit the following URL to install the software. http://www.sony.net/acmc/ Action Cam Movie Creator, which can edit movies and PlayMemories Home, which can manage movies and photos, will be installed.
  • Page 93: Installing Action Cam Movie Creator On Your Computer

    3. Connect the camera to the computer with the supplied micro USB cable. New function may be added to Action Cam Movie Creator. Even if Action Cam Movie Creator is already installed on your computer, connect the camera to your computer. FDR-X1000V HDR-AS200V...
  • Page 94: Recording Time

    Estimated duration of recording and playback for supplied battery pack Recording time Approximate time available when you use a fully charged battery pack. FDR-X1000V Image quality: 4K30P Continuous recording time: 50 minutes (50 minutes) Typical recording time: 30 minutes (30 minutes)
  • Page 95: Playing Time

    [79] How to use Others Recordable time Estimated recording time of movies XAVC S 4K Average recording time (FDR-X1000V) Recorded image: 100 Mbps When using 64GB memory card: Approx. 75 minutes Recorded image: 60 Mbps When using 64GB memory card: Approx. 125 minutes...
  • Page 96: Estimated Number Of Recordable Still Images

    When using 16GB memory card: 125 minutes When using 32GB memory card: 250 minutes When using 64GB memory card: 505 minutes When using a Sony memory card. Note The recordable time may vary depending on the recording conditions, subjects, and the image quality setting.
  • Page 97: On Charging The Battery Pack

    Number of pixels: 8.8M (Still images) When using 8GB memory card: 2150 images When using 16GB memory card: 4350 images When using 32GB memory card: 8700 images When using 64GB memory card: 17000 images [81] How to use Others Battery pack On charging the battery pack Charge the battery pack before using the camera for the first time.
  • Page 98: About The Remaining Battery Charge

    charged if the terminal section of the battery pack is dirty. In this case, wipe any dust with a soft cloth lightly to clean the battery pack. Do not expose the battery pack to water. The battery pack is not water-resistant. [83] How to use Others Battery pack...
  • Page 99: On Tv Color Systems

    [86] How to use Others Using the camera abroad On TV color systems To view images shot by the camera on a TV, you need a TV (or monitor) with an HDMI jack and a micro HDMI cable (sold separately). Before shooting, be sure to set [V.SYS] to the TV system of the country and region where you will view recordings.
  • Page 100 Time differences with the standard times of world cities (as of 2015). Lisbon/London Berlin/Paris +01:00 Helsinki/Cairo/Istanbul +02:00 Moscow/Nairobi +03:00 Tehran +03:30 Abu Dhabi/Baku +04:00 Kabul +04:30 Karachi/Islamabad +05:00 Kolkata/New Delhi +05:30 Almaty/Dhaka +06:00 Yangon +06:30 Bangkok/Jakarta +07:00...
  • Page 101 Hong Kong/Singapore/Beijing +08:00 Tokyo/Seoul +09:00 Adelaide/Darwin +09:30 Melbourne/Sydney +10:00 New Caledonia +11:00 Fiji/Wellington +12:00 Midway -11:00 Hawaii -10:00 Alaska -09:00 San Francisco/Tijuana -08:00 Denver/Arizona -07:00 Chicago/Mexico City -06:00 New York/Bogota...
  • Page 102 -05:00 Santiago -04:00 St.John’s -03:30 Brasilia/Montevideo -03:00 Fernando de Noronha -02:00 Azores, Cape Verde Is. -01:00 [90] How to use Others Precautions Do not use/store the camera in the following places In an extremely hot, cold or humid place In places such as in a car parked under the sun, the camera body may become deformed and this may cause a malfunction.
  • Page 103: Care And Storage Of The Lens

    Do not sit down in a chair or other place with the camera in the back pocket of your trousers or skirt, as this may cause malfunction or damage the camera. [92] How to use Others Precautions Care and storage of the lens Wipe the surface of the lens clean with a soft cloth in the following instances: When there are fingerprints on the lens surface.
  • Page 104: On Moisture Condensation

    (after about 1 hour). [96] How to use Others Precautions Notes on optional accessories Genuine Sony accessories may not be available in some countries/regions. [97] How to use Others Precautions Note on disposal/transfer of the memory card Even if you delete data in the memory card or format the memory card on the camera or a computer, you may not delete data from the memory card completely.
  • Page 105: On Gps Errors

    [98] How to use Others Precautions On GPS As the positions of GPS satellites vary constantly, it may take longer to determine the location or the receiver may not be able to determine the location at all, depending on the location and time you use the camera.
  • Page 106: On Gps Use Restriction

    On GPS use restriction Use GPS in accordance with the situation and regulations of the countries/regions where you use the camera. [101] How to use Others Specifications Specifications FDR-X1000V [System] Video signal: UHDTV HDTV NTSC color, EIA standards PAL color, CCIR standards Image device: 1/2.3 type (7.81 mm) Exmor R CMOS sensor...
  • Page 107: Input And Output Connectors

    FOV: 170° (SteadyShot is set to [OFF]) Camera: Exposure control: Automatic exposure Minimum illumination: 6 lx (lux) Image stabilization: Electronic SteadyShot image stabilization Minimum shooting distance: Approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 in.) File format: Movies: MP4: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264, XAVC S: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Audio: MPEG-4 AAC-LC 2ch (When recording MP4 movies), LPCM 2ch (When recording XAVC S movies) Still images: JPEG (DCF Ver.
  • Page 108 Mass: Approx. 89 g (3.1 oz) (camera only) Mass (when shooting): Approx. 114 g (4.0 oz) (including NP-BX1 (supplied)) Microphone: Stereo Speaker: Monaural Splashproof performance is based on standard testing by Sony. [Wireless LAN] Corresponding standard: IEEE 802.11b/g/n Frequency: 2.4 GHz...
  • Page 109 Flat Adhesive Mount: Dimensions: Approx. 53.0 mm × 13.0 mm × 58.5 mm (2 1/8 in. × 17/32 in. × 2 3/8 in.) (W/H/D, including protrusions) Mass: Approx. 16 g (0.57 oz) Curved Adhesive Mount: Dimensions: Approx. 53.0 mm × 15.5 mm × 58.5 mm (2 1/8 in. × 5/8 in. × 2 3/8 in.) (W/H/D, including protrusions) Mass: Approx.
  • Page 110 Recording media: When recording MP4 movies: Memory Stick Micro (Mark2) media microSD/SDHC/SDXC card (Class4 or faster) When recording XAVC S (50Mbps) movies: microSDXC card (Class10 or faster) [Input and Output connectors] Multi/Micro USB Terminal : micro-B/USB2.0 Hi-Speed (Supports Micro USB compatible devices.) USB connenction is only for output.
  • Page 111 Mass: Approx. 68 g (2.4 oz) (camera only) Mass (when shooting): Approx. 93 g (3.3 oz) (including NP-BX1 (supplied)) Microphone: Stereo Speaker: Monaural Splashproof performance is based on standard testing by Sony. [Wireless LAN] Corresponding standard: IEEE 802.11b/g/n Frequency: 2.4 GHz...
  • Page 112 Wi-Fi Alliance. “ ” and “PlayStation” are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. In addition, system and product names used in this manual are, in general, trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective developers or manufacturers. However, the ™...
  • Page 113 The default setting of every setting item is as follows. Image quality setting 1080 30p HQ (When you set [V.FMT] to [MP4]) 1080 60p/50p 50M (When you set [V.FMT] to [HD]) 2160 30p/25p 60M (When you set [V.FMT] to [4K]) (FDR-X1000V only) Movie format SteadyShot Audio recording...
  • Page 114 Loop recording time 5min Still image mode switching SINGL Still image shooting interval 10f1s Self-timer Still image angle of view 120° Interval photo recording 2sec Flip Scene NORML White balance AE shift Wi-Fi connection GPS log Airplane mode Mount BODY Time Code/User Bit OFF (When you set [DISP]) DF (When you set [FORMT] of [TCSET])
  • Page 115 1. Check the items of troubleshooting and inspect the camera. 2. Turn the power off this unit and then on again one minute later. 3. Consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility by phone. [106] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting...
  • Page 116: Cannot Turn On The Camera

    When usable battery life becomes half the usual time, even after charging the battery pack fully, the battery pack may need to be replaced. Consult your nearest Sony dealer. [109] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Battery pack and power Cannot charge the camera.
  • Page 117: The Remaining Charge Indicator Is Incorrect

    Disconnect the micro USB cable (supplied), and then reconnect it. Use the micro USB cable (supplied). Charge the battery pack in an ambient temperature of 10°C to 30°C (50°F to 86°F). Turn on the computer and connect the camera. Release the computer from sleep or hibernation status. Connect the camera directly to a computer using the micro USB cable (supplied).
  • Page 118: Cannot Insert Dates On Images

    Cannot insert dates on images. The camera does not have a feature for superimposing dates on images. [114] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Viewing images Cannot playback images. The folder/file name has been changed on your computer. Connect a micro HDMI cable (sold separately). [115] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Viewing images...
  • Page 119: The Location Information Has Not Been Recorded

    The margin of error can be up to several-hundred meters depending on surrounding buildings, weak GPS signals, etc. [118] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting It takes time to triangulate although the GPS assist data is taken in. Date & Time Setting is not set, or set time is shifted greatly. Set the date and time correctly.
  • Page 120: Cannot Import Images

    Disconnect all equipment other than the camera, the keyboard and the mouse from the USB connectors of your computer. Connect the camera directly to your computer without passing through a USB hub or other device. [121] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Computers Cannot import images. Connect the camera and your computer correctly making a USB connection.
  • Page 121: It Takes Too Much Time To Transfer An Image

    It takes too much time to transfer an image. Microwave ovens or Bluetooth-enabled devices use the 2.4 GHz wavelength and could hinder the communication. If such devices are in the vicinity, move the camera away from those devices or shut those devices down. [126] Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Others...
  • Page 122 Battery indicator (Remaining battery is low) When the battery level is low, is displayed. Charge the battery pack immediately. ERROR Turn the power off and then on again. An unknown error has occurred on USTREAM, when using the Live Streaming function. Wait a moment and then try confirming the connection again.
  • Page 123 The camera is not connected to a TV when playback is started. PLANE When the airplane mode is set to [ON], GPS and Wi-Fi cannot be used. NoSET Set the necessary settings for USTREAM using “Camera Settings for Live Streaming” of the Action Cam Movie Creator’s camera settings.
  • Page 124 FBErr Facebook post error has occurred. Check the network or log in to Facebook again.

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