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Table of Contents Package contents Onscreen Icons and Displays Charging the Battery Pack Basic Preparations Setting the Date/Time and Language Using a Memory Card Shooting Video and Taking Photos Playing Back Movies and Viewing Photos Playback on a TV Screen Saving and Sharing Your Recordings Abridged Specifications About the Camcorder’s Wi-Fi Functions (*/)/( only)
Installing the Camcorder’s Instruction Manual (PDF file) 1 Turn on the computer. 2 Insert the LEGRIA CD-ROM into the computer’s disc drive. 3 Windows: Open the drive into which you inserted the CD-ROM using Windows Explorer. Mac OS: Use Finder and click on the CD-ROM icon. 4 Click/Double-click the Disc_Setup.exe icon.
introduction Onscreen Icons and Displays Recording movies (using Story Creator) 1 Control button [FUNC.]: Open the [ Main Functions] panel 2 Smart AUTO (A 24) 3 Face detection frame 4 Touch & Track frame: Touch a moving subject on the screen to keep it clearly in focus at all times.
Onscreen Icons and Displays Recording movies Manual mode Cinema mode A h Recording program: Recording programs allow you to change various picture-related settings to your preference, or to use a special scene recording program to apply the camcorder settings most appropriate for a variety of situations.
Onscreen Icons and Displays S h Remaining recording time * On the memory card; & In the built-in memory* Relay recording 40)* - When there is no more free space on the memory, [& End] (built-in memory*) or [* End] (memory card) will be displayed in red and recording will stop.
Onscreen Icons and Displays Playing movies (during playback) AVCHD movies: MP4 movies: D k Eye-Fi Wireless Communication: Using an Eye-Fi card you can upload you recordings wirelessly. Important restrictions apply so be sure to refer to Using an Eye-Fi card 144).
Onscreen Icons and Displays Viewing photos F g Control button [Edit] - Open the Edit panel 169) F h Current photo / Total number of photos F j Control button [h] - Photo jump 117) F k Control button [Ð] - Slideshow: Play back a slideshow of your photos and use your favorite background music.
step 1 Charging the Battery Pack The camcorder can be powered with a battery pack or directly using the compact power adapter. When you use the compact power adapter, the power of the battery pack will not be consumed. Charge the battery pack before use.
Charging the Battery Pack Charging times Charging the supplied BP-709 Battery Pack will take approximately 2 hours 50 minutes. A fully charged battery pack will allow for the following operations (movies in FXP mode). Typical recording Playback Memory card 25 min. 1 hr.
step 2 Basic Preparations Before you begin, make basic adjustments and learn about a few of the frequently-used parts. See Using the Grip Belt 22), Opening the Lens Cover and Adjusting the LCD Screen 23) for details. Fasten the grip belt. Adjust it so you can reach the zoom lever with your index finger, and Y with your thumb.
Basic Preparations IMPORTANT • The camcorder uses a pressure-sensitive touch screen. Press firmly when using touch operations. Set the camera mode and recording standard. Press to open the HOME menu. From there, you can access the Camera Mode] and [ Recording Standard] menus.
Basic Preparations Recording standard Press . Then, touch [ Recording Standard] and choose to record AVCHD movies or MP4 movies. If you plan on showing your movies on an HDTV, then select this option so you can play them back with fantastic quality.
step 3 Setting the Date/Time and Language When you turn on the camcorder for the first time, you will need to set the date and time before using the camcorder. You can also change the date format and time zone. (For your convenience, you can do so after changing the language to your preference.) See Changing the Time Zone 35) for details.
Setting the Date/Time and Language Select the language used for menus and onscreen displays. See Using the Menus 26) for details. 1 Press 2 Select the desired language. > > > Other Settings] [Language > > Desired language [OK] English is the default language NOTES •...
step 4 Using a Memory Card Use commercially available . SD, / SDHC (SD High Capacity) or 0 SDXC (SD eXtended Capacity) memory cards. Make sure you use a compatible memory card. See Memory Cards Compatible for Use with the Camcorder 36) for memory cards that can be used.
Using a Memory Card */)/( Selecting the memory to use for recording You can select to record your movies and photos in the built-in memory or on a memory card. The default memory for recording both movies and photos is the built-in memory but you can select the recording memory independently for movies and for photos.
basic recording Selecting the Quality of Video After you choose to record movies in MP4 or AVCHD, you can set the recording mode (level of video quality). Changing the recording mode will change the recording time available on the memory. For AVCHD movies, select MXP or FXP for better quality or LP for longer recording times.
basic recording Shooting Video and Taking Photos mode you can easily record movies and photos. You do not need to worry about any settings or menu options - the camcorder will select the most appropriate settings automatically. Before using an Eye-Fi card be sure to refer to Using an Eye-Fi card 145).
Shooting Video and Taking Photos Use the zoom to frame the subject Use the zoom lever or the onscreen zoom controls. To zoom out, zoom toward the T (wide angle) end. To zoom in, zoom toward the S (telephoto) end. >...
Shooting Video and Taking Photos • Follow the suggestions of the Story Creator to transform casual and random videos to interesting video stories. Story Creator offers easy-to- follow scripts optimized for various scenarios. See Video Stories and Cinema Style 67) for details. •...
Shooting Video and Taking Photos When you have finished recording Make sure the camcorder has finished writing the scenes or photos on the memory Confirm that the before turning it off. indicator goes out 1 Check that the indicator is off. 2 Press 3 Close the LCD panel.
basic playback Playing Back Movies and Viewing Photos The basic playback screen is the [ Movies] or [ Movies] screen. You can change the index screen displayed from the [G Index Selection] screen. You can also play back complete stories from the gallery.
Playing Back Movies and Viewing Photos Movies] & Built in memory* index screen: * memory card Scenes organized by date Photos] index Gallery: Scenes screen 116) organized by stories Movies] Scenes converted to standard definition (only index screen when the memory card is selected)* 139) * */)/( only.
Playing Back Movies and Viewing Photos AVCHD movies 1 Touch anywhere else to hide the playback controls 2 Next scene 3 Fast playback* (touch again to increase the speed) 4 Stop 5 Volume and background music controls 6 Pause (touch again to resume playback) 7 Beginning of the scene (double-tap to jump to the previous scene) * In playback pause, these controls are replaced by the slow playback controls.
basic playback Playback on a TV Screen Connect your camcorder to a TV to enjoy your recordings with family and friends. Make sure the camcorder and TV are turned off before you start. Connect the camcorder to the TV. Select the most appropriate connection according to the input terminals on your TV.
Playback on a TV Screen " Composite video connection: Analog, standard-definition connection. See Connection Diagrams - Connection " 123) for details about additional settings. Yellow White STV-250N Stereo Video Cable (optional) NOTES • The illustrations are for reference only. The layout of terminals on your TV may be different.
external connections Saving and Sharing Your Recordings It is recommended that you periodically save your recordings. PIXELA’s software (Windows only) - For AVCHD movies. Refer to the Startup Guide (supplied leaflet) and Software Guide (PDF file) of the supplied PIXELA’s software for details about installing and using the software.
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