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  • Page 1 PUB. DIE-0518-000 4K Camcorder Instruction Manual...
  • Page 2 Introduction COPYRIGHT WARNING Unauthorized recording of copyrighted materials may infringe on the rights of copyright owners and be contrary to copyright laws. Trademark Acknowledgements • SD, SDHC and SDXC Logos are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. • Microsoft and Windows are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
  • Page 3 Highlights of the XF405 / XF400 The Canon XF405 / XF400 4K Camcorder is a high-performance camcorder whose compact size makes it ideal in a variety of situations. The following are just some of the many functions featured in the camcorder.
  • Page 4 Creativity and Artistic Expression Other Features • Battery packs compatible with Intelligent System Special recording modes (A 48, 87) give you an estimate (in minutes) of the remaining When you make recordings, you can change the recording time. recording frame rate to achieve a fast or slow motion •...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Introduction 9 3. Recording 39 About this Manual 9 Recording Video and Photos 39 Conventions Used in this Manual 9 Preparing to Record 39 Basic Recording 40 Supplied Accessories 11 Names of Parts 12 Reviewing the Latest Clip Recorded 41 Camcorder 12 Using the Fan 42 Handle Unit 17...
  • Page 6 White Balance 71 Clip and Photo Operations 101 Deleting Clips and Photos 101 Using Looks 73 Setting the Time Code 74 Trimming Clips 102 Selecting the Time Code Mode 74 Copying Clips and Photos 103 Setting the User Bit 76 Recovering Clips 104 Recording Audio 77 6.
  • Page 7 8. Additional Information 133 Menu Options 133 FUNC Menu 133 Setup Menus 134 Troubleshooting 141 List of Messages 145 Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions 149 Maintenance/Others 153 Optional Accessories 154 Specifications 156 Reference Tables 159 Charging Times 159 Approximate Recording Time on an SD Card 159 Approximate Recording Times with a Fully Charged Battery Pack 159 Index 161...
  • Page 9: Introduction

    Introduction About this Manual Thank you for purchasing the Canon XF405 / XF400. Please read this manual carefully before you use the camcorder and retain it for future reference. Should your camcorder fail to operate correctly, refer to Troubleshooting (A 141).
  • Page 10 About this Manual • The following style is used to represent menu selections. For a detailed explanation on how to use the menus, refer to Using the Menus (A 35). For a summary of all available menu options and settings, refer to Menu Options (A 133).
  • Page 11: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories Supplied Accessories The following accessories are supplied with the camcorder: CA-946 AC Adapter BP-828 Battery Pack Microphone holder unit Handle unit (incl. screws) (incl. power cord) (incl. screws) Lens hood with lens barrier Lens cap WL-D89 Wireless Controller Quick Guide (incl.
  • Page 12: Names Of Parts

    Names of Parts Names of Parts Camcorder 7 8 9 1 ND FILTER +/– buttons (A 70) 7 CUSTOM (customizable) dial (A 93) 2 PRE REC (pre-recording) button (A 87)/ 8 CUSTOM (customizable) button (A 93) Assignable button 3 (A 94) 9 Focus/Zoom ring switch (A 49, 56) 3 u (review recording) button (A 41)/ 10 INFRARED switch (A 88)
  • Page 13 Names of Parts 1 Exhaust ventilation outlet (A 42) 7 USB terminal (A 90) 2 Built-in speaker (A 100) 8 HDMI OUT terminal (A 107) 3 SD CARD (open the SD card compartment (Ethernet) indicator (A 121) cover) switch (A 33) (Ethernet) terminal (A 121) 4 Air intake vent (A 42) 11 MIC terminal (A 79)
  • Page 14 Names of Parts 1 Joystick (A 29)/SET button (A 29) 10 MAGN. (magnification) button (A 52)/ 2 MENU button (A 29, 36) Assignable button 5 (A 94) 3 Remote sensor (A 27) 11 REC (start/stop recording video) button (A 39) 4 AF/MF button (A 49)/ 12 Battery attachment unit (A 19) Assignable button 1 (A 94)
  • Page 15 Names of Parts 1 Handle attachment unit (A 22) 6 ACCESS indicator (A 39) 2 POWER/CHG (battery charging) indicator 7 Zoom rocker (A 56) (A 19) 8 Mode switch (A 29) 3 Power switch (A 28) 9 SD card compartment cover (A 33) 10 SD card slot 2 (A 33) 4 Cold shoe/Handle attachment unit (A 22) 11 SD card slot 3 (A 33)
  • Page 16 Names of Parts 1 Socket for tripod's anti-rotation pin 2 Tripod socket (A 27) 3 BATTERY RELEASE switch (A 20) 4 Eye cup (A 24)
  • Page 17: Handle Unit

    Names of Parts Handle Unit 9 10 1 Cold shoe 8 INPUT terminals (XLR): INPUT 1 (right), INPUT 2 2 Handle zoom rocker (A 57) (left) (A 79) 3 REC button's lock (C) lever (A 41) 9 Infrared light (A 88) 4 REC (start/stop recording video) button (A 39) 10 Tally lamp (A 40) 5 –...
  • Page 18: Wl-D89 Wireless Controller

    Names of Parts WL-D89 Wireless Controller Ñ 1 START/STOP button (A 39) (stop) button (A 98) Same as the REC button on the camcorder, 7 PHOTO button (A 40) used to start/stop recording video. 8 Zoom buttons (A 59) 2 G (open the index selection screen) button 9 Navigation buttons (Í/Î/Ï/Ð) 10 Ò...
  • Page 19: Preparations

    Preparations Preparing the Power Supply You can power the camcorder using a battery pack or directly using the supplied AC adapter. If you connect the AC adapter to the camcorder while a battery pack is attached, the camcorder will draw power from the power outlet.
  • Page 20 Preparing the Power Supply POWER/CHG (battery charging) indicator 6 Charging will start. • The POWER/CHG indicator will illuminate in red while the battery is charging. The indicator will go out when charging is completed. If the POWER/CHG indicator starts flashing, refer to Troubleshooting (A 141).
  • Page 21 Preparing the Power Supply IMPORTANT • Do not connect to the AC adapter any product that is not expressly recommended for use with this camcorder. • Turn off the camcorder before connecting or disconnecting the AC adapter. After you turn off the camcorder, important data is updated on the SD card.
  • Page 22: Preparing The Camcorder

    Preparing the Camcorder Preparing the Camcorder This section covers the basic preparations for the camcorder such as attaching the handle unit and lens hood, and adjusting the viewfinder and LCD screen. IMPORTANT • Be careful not to drop the camcorder when attaching, removing or adjusting the various accessories. Using a table or other stable surface is recommended.
  • Page 23: Using The Lens Hood And Lens Cap

    Preparing the Camcorder Using the Lens Hood and Lens Cap While recording, the supplied lens hood with lens barrier is effective for reducing stray light that can be the cause of lens flare and ghost images. Additionally, closing the lens barrier can help prevent fingerprints and dirt accumulation on the lens.
  • Page 24: Using The Viewfinder

    Preparing the Camcorder Using the Viewfinder Adjust the position of the viewfinder to a comfortable angle. You can also adjust the diopter, if necessary. 1 Pull out the viewfinder and adjust the viewing angle. 2 Turn on the camcorder (A 28). 3 Adjust the viewfinder using the dioptric adjustment lever.
  • Page 25: Adjusting The Grip Belt And Using Straps

    Preparing the Camcorder NOTES • You can adjust the brightness of the LCD screen with the [£ Display Setup] > [LCD Brightness] and [LCD Backlight] settings in the setup menus. When the camcorder is on, you can also press and hold the DISP button for more than 2 seconds to change the [LCD Backlight] setting between [ Normal] and Bright].
  • Page 26: Wireless Controller

    Preparing the Camcorder To attach an optional WS-20 Wrist Strap To attach an optional SS-600/SS-650 Shoulder Strap Wireless Controller First, insert the supplied CR2025 lithium button battery into the wireless controller. 1 Press the tab in the direction of the arrow and pull out the battery holder.
  • Page 27: Using A Tripod

    Preparing the Camcorder To use the wireless controller Point the wireless controller at the camcorder’s remote sensor when you press the buttons. • You can rotate the LCD panel 180 degrees to use the wireless controller from the front of the camcorder. NOTES •...
  • Page 28: Basic Operation Of The Camcorder

    Basic Operation of the Camcorder Basic Operation of the Camcorder Turning the Camcorder On and Off The camcorder has two basic modes: CAMERA ( ) mode for making recordings or MEDIA ( ) mode for playing back recordings. Select the operating mode using the power switch. To turn on the camcorder Set the power switch to CAMERA for mode (A 39) or...
  • Page 29: Changing The Camcorder's Operating Mode

    Basic Operation of the Camcorder Changing the Camcorder's Operating Mode mode, you can further select the camera mode to match your shooting style. (Auto) mode Set the mode switch to N. With this mode, the camcorder takes care of all the settings while you concentrate on recording.
  • Page 30: Date, Time And Language Settings

    Date, Time and Language Settings Date, Time and Language Settings Setting the Date and Time You will need to set the date and time of the camcorder before you can start using it. The [Date/Time] screen will appear automatically when the camcorder’s clock is not set. Operating modes: 1 Turn on the camcorder.
  • Page 31: Changing The Language

    Date, Time and Language Settings Changing the Language The default language of the camcorder is English. You can set it to one of 27 languages. Some settings and onscreen displays will be displayed in English, regardless of the language setting. The following procedure is explained using only the touch screen and an abbreviated notation explained in the following section.
  • Page 32: Using Sd Cards

    Compatible SD Cards The following types of SD cards can be used with this camcorder. For the latest information about SD cards tested for use with this camcorder, visit your local Canon Web site. SD card type: SD cards SDHC cards...
  • Page 33: Inserting And Removing An Sd Card

    Using SD Cards Inserting and Removing an SD Card 1 Turn off the camcorder. • Make sure the POWER/CHG indicator is off. 2 Open the SD card compartment cover. • Slide the SD CARD switch all the way in the direction of the arrow to open the cover.
  • Page 34: Initializing An Sd Card

    Using SD Cards Initializing an SD Card Initialize SD cards when you use them with this camcorder for the first time. You can also initialize a card to permanently delete all the recordings it contains. The following procedure is explained using only the touch screen and an abbreviated notation explained in the following section.
  • Page 35: Using The Menus

    Using the Menus Using the Menus The camcorder's functions can be adjusted from the setup menus, accessed by pressing the MENU button, or from the FUNC menu, accessed by touching or selecting the onscreen [FUNC] button. For details about the available menu options and settings, refer to Menu Options (A 133).
  • Page 36: Setup Menus

    Using the Menus Setup Menus Following is a step-by-step explanation of how to select a typical option from the setup menus. Some menu items may require additional steps. Such operations will be explained in the respective section of the manual. For brevity's sake, references to menu settings throughout the manual may be abbreviated as follows: >...
  • Page 37 Using the Menus NOTES • You can use the MENU button on the supplied wireless controller to open the setup menus. • Touching [X] or pressing the MENU button at any time closes the menu. • Unavailable items may appear grayed out.
  • Page 38 Using the Menus...
  • Page 39: Recording

    Recording Recording Video and Photos This section explains the basics of recording clips* and photos. For details on recording audio, refer to Recording Audio (A 77). Before making important recordings for the first time, make test recordings using the video configuration(s) you plan to use to check that the camcorder operates correctly.
  • Page 40: Basic Recording

    - Do not disconnect the power source or turn off the camcorder. - Do not change the camcorder’s operating mode. • Be sure to save your recordings regularly (A 111), especially after making important recordings. Canon shall not be liable for any loss or corruption of data.
  • Page 41: Reviewing The Latest Clip Recorded

    Recording Video and Photos NOTES NOTES • The REC button on the handle unit has a lock lever to prevent accidental operation. Set the lock lever to C in cases such as when you do not want a recording inadvertently paused or do not plan to use this REC button. Return the lever to its previous position to enable use of the REC button again.
  • Page 42: Using The Fan

    Recording Video and Photos Using the Fan The camcorder uses an internal cooling fan to reduce the camcorder’s internal heat. 1 Select [Fan]. > [B ! System Setup] > [Fan] 2 Touch the desired option and then touch [X]. Options [k Automatic]: The fan runs while the camcorder is not recording and it is automatically turned off while the Ü...
  • Page 43 Recording Video and Photos AF frames Depending on the focus function used and AF frame size setting (A 53), you may see some of the following AF frames. Continuous AF frame – always in Face detection: white (A 53) Main subject (A 54) AF-Boosted MF frame –...
  • Page 44 Recording Video and Photos Icon/Display Description ¼, É, White balance (A 71) Look (A 73) Backlight correction (A 68) O, N Peaking (A 51) z, { Zebra pattern (A 69) GPS signal (A 90): continuously on – satellite signal acquired; flashing – satellite signal not acquired.
  • Page 45 Recording Video and Photos Bottom and center of the screen Icon/Display Description [FUNC] Opens the FUNC menu (A 35, 133) ], [~], [ ], [Ä], [<], [œ], Onscreen assignable button (A 94) [B], [±], [z], [ • By default, the [ Photo] function (take a photo) is assigned to the button.
  • Page 46: Video Configuration: Resolution, Bit Rate And Frame Rate

    Video Configuration: Resolution, Bit Rate and Frame Rate Video Configuration: Resolution, Bit Rate and Frame Rate With the following procedures you can set the video configuration used for recording clips on an SD card in the camcorder. Select the combination of resolution/bit rate and frame rate settings that best matches your creative needs.
  • Page 47: Dual Recording And Relay Recording

    Dual Recording and Relay Recording Dual Recording and Relay Recording The camcorder features two convenient recording methods that can be used when both card slots contain an SD card: dual recording and relay recording. Dual recording: This function records the same clip simultaneously to both SD cards, which is a convenient way to make a backup copy of your recordings while you record.
  • Page 48: Slow & Fast Motion Recording

    Slow & Fast Motion Recording Slow & Fast Motion Recording You can record clips that have a slow motion or fast motion effect during playback, simply by selecting the desired slow/fast motion rate (from x0.25 to x1200 the normal speed). Available slow/fast motion rates will vary depending on the resolution and frame rate currently selected.
  • Page 49: Adjusting The Focus

    Adjusting the Focus Adjusting the Focus The camcorder offers the following 3 ways to focus. You can also adjust the focus remotely using Browser Remote on a connected network device (A 123, 129). Manual focus: Turn the focus/zoom ring to adjust the focus manually. You can use the focus assistance functions (A 50) to help you focus more accurately when using the manual focus.
  • Page 50 Adjusting the Focus Focus Preset Touch to return to the When manual focus is activated, you can register a certain Current focusing preset focus position distance focus point and then, after you focus manually somewhere else, have the camcorder return to the preset focus position. With the [v Camera Setup] >...
  • Page 51 Adjusting the Focus Focus farther Focus farther In focus Focus closer Focus closer Cannot determine (large adjustment) (small adjustment) (small adjustment) (large adjustment) adjustment NOTES NOTES • With subjects or in situations where autofocus may not work well (A 54), the focus guide may not work correctly.
  • Page 52: Af-Boosted Mf

    Adjusting the Focus Magnification 1 Press the MAGN. button. • ^ appears at the lower right of the screen and the center of the screen* is magnified 2 times. • The frame displayed at the bottom right corner of the screen (magnification frame) shows the approximate part of the image shown magnified.
  • Page 53: Continuous Af

    Adjusting the Focus 5 Turn the focus/zoom ring to adjust the focus. • Focus manually to bring the subject closer into focus. When the focus enters the automatic adjustment range, the AF frame will turn white and the camcorder will then finish focusing automatically. •...
  • Page 54: Face Detection & Tracking

    Adjusting the Focus NOTES NOTES • When the AF frame size is set to [k Automatic], AF-Boosted MF cannot be used. About the autofocus (AF) functions: • You can change some aspects of the autofocus function with the following settings. - [v Camera Setup] >...
  • Page 55 Adjusting the Focus 3 If necessary, touch the desired subject on the LCD screen to select a different main subject. • To select a different person: Touch a face with a gray frame. The face detection frame will change to a double frame £...
  • Page 56: Zooming

    Zooming Zooming To zoom in and out, you can use the focus/zoom ring, the zoom rockers on the camcorder and handle unit, the zoom buttons on the wireless controller or the onscreen zoom controls. You can also zoom using Browser Remote on a connected network device (A 123, 129).
  • Page 57: Using The Zoom Rockers

    Zooming Using the Zoom Rockers To use the handle's zoom rocker, attach the handle unit to the camcorder in advance (A 22). Move the zoom rocker on the camcorder or handle unit toward T (wide angle) to zoom out. Move it toward S (telephoto) to zoom in.
  • Page 58 Zooming To use high-speed zoom in standby mode When high-speed zoom is activated and [v Camera Setup] > [Zoom Rocker Zoom Speed] is set to [Y] (variable zoom speed), in record standby mode you will be able to zoom at the highest speed available ([Z Fast]).
  • Page 59: Using The Supplied Wireless Controller Or An Optional Remote Controller

    Zooming Using the Supplied Wireless Controller or an Optional Remote Controller The zoom speeds when using the supplied wireless controller, the optional RC-V100 Remote Controller or a commercially available remote control connected to the REMOTE terminal are different. You can also zoom remotely using Browser Remote on a connected network device (A 123, 129). Zoom speeds for remote operation Accessory Zoom speed...
  • Page 60: Digital Tele-Converter

    Zooming Digital Tele-Converter Using the digital tele-converter, you can digitally increase the focal length of the camcorder by a factor of approx. 2 and record the enlarged image. Operating modes: 1 Enable the use of the digital tele-converter function. > [v ! Camera Setup] > [Digital Zoom] > [ Digital Tele-conv.] >...
  • Page 61: Image Stabilization

    Image Stabilization Image Stabilization Use the image stabilizer to compensate for camcorder shake in order to achieve steadier shots. The camcorder offers 3 methods of image stabilization. Dynamic IS (Ä): Dynamic IS compensates for a higher degree of camcorder shake, such as when shooting while walking, and is more effective as the zoom approaches full wide angle.
  • Page 62 Image Stabilization NOTES NOTES • The angle of view will change when [Image Stabilizer] is set to [Ä Dynamic]. • If the degree of camcorder shake is too high, the image stabilizer may not be able to compensate fully. • Powered IS is available even when [Image Stabilizer] is set to [Ì Off]. •...
  • Page 63: Automatic Gain Control (Agc) Limit

    Automatic Gain Control (AGC) Limit Automatic Gain Control (AGC) Limit When recording in dark surroundings, the camcorder will automatically increase the gain to try to get a brighter picture. By setting a maximum gain value, you can limit the amount of noise in the picture and keep a darker look.
  • Page 64: Shooting Modes

    Shooting Modes Shooting Modes This camcorder offers a number of shooting modes that give you varying degrees of control over the camcorder's settings. Select the shooting mode most appropriate to your needs or creative vision and adjust manually those settings you wish to control, letting the camcorder take care of the rest. Shooting modes cannot be used when infrared recording is activated.
  • Page 65: Aperture Priority Ae (")

    Shooting Modes Aperture Priority AE (“) With this shooting mode you set the aperture value manually to control the depth of field, for example, in order to defocus the background and make the subject stand out more. The camcorder will automatically adjust other settings to obtain the best exposure.
  • Page 66: Special Scene Modes

    Shooting Modes The exposure bar Optimal exposure AE±0 When the shooting mode is set to n, the exposure bar will appear on the screen, showing the optimal automatic exposure and current exposure. When the difference between current and optimal exposure is larger than ±2 EV, the indicator will flash at the edge of the exposure bar.
  • Page 67: Adjusting The Exposure

    Adjusting the Exposure Adjusting the Exposure At times, the overall exposure obtained automatically by the camcorder may not be best for a specific subject or for parts of the image. The following exposure-related functions can help you achieve the desired brightness. You can also adjust the exposure remotely using Browser Remote on a connected network device (A 123, 128).
  • Page 68: Exposure Compensation

    Adjusting the Exposure NOTES NOTES • The camcorder will return to automatic exposure in the following cases. - When the camcorder is turned off. - When the operating mode, shooting mode or frame rate is changed. - When [FUNC] > [Looks] is switched between [ Wide DR] and one of the other settings or vice versa.
  • Page 69: Zebra Pattern

    Adjusting the Exposure Zebra Pattern You can use the zebra pattern to identify areas that might be overexposed, so you can correct the exposure appropriately. The camcorder offers two levels of zebra pattern: With 100%, only areas that will lose detail in the highlight areas will be identified, while 70% will identify also areas that are dangerously close to losing detail.
  • Page 70: Nd Filter

    ND Filter ND Filter Using the ND filter allows you to open up the aperture to obtain a shallower depth of field even when recording in bright surroundings. You can also use the ND filter to avoid the soft focus caused by diffraction when using small apertures.
  • Page 71: White Balance

    White Balance White Balance The white balance function helps you to produce accurate colors under different lighting conditions. This function can only be used when the shooting mode is set to ’, ‚, “ or n. It is not available when infrared recording is activated.
  • Page 72 White Balance NOTES NOTES • When you select a custom white balance: - Set [v Camera Setup] > [Digital Zoom] to [j Off]. - Readjust the custom white balance if the light source or ND filter setting changes. - Very rarely and depending on the light source, Å may keep flashing (it will change to a slow flashing). The result will still be better than with [Ã...
  • Page 73: Using Looks

    Using Looks Using Looks The camcorder can shoot using looks — combinations of settings that affect the characteristics of the image produced. The camcorder offers a number of preset looks, some of whose settings you can adjust to your preference. This function can only be used when the shooting mode is set to ’, ‚, “...
  • Page 74: Setting The Time Code

    Setting the Time Code Setting the Time Code The camcorder generates a time code signal and records it with the recorded clips. The time code signal can be output from the SDI OUT terminal (m only) and HDMI OUT terminal. Operating modes: Selecting the Time Code Mode 1 Select [Time Code Mode].
  • Page 75 Setting the Time Code Setting the Time Code’s Initial Value If you set the running mode to [ Preset], you can set the initial value of the time code. 1 Select [Initial Time Code]. > [3 # Recording Setup] > [Initial Time Code] •...
  • Page 76: Setting The User Bit

    Setting the User Bit Setting the User Bit The user bit display can be selected from the date or the time of recording, or an identification code consisting of 8 characters in the hexadecimal system. There are sixteen possible characters: the numbers 0 to 9 and the letters A to F.
  • Page 77: Recording Audio

    Recording Audio Recording Audio The camcorder features 4-channel linear PCM or 2-channel MPEG-4 AAC-LC audio recording and playback. The sampling frequency is 48 kHz and the audio sampling bit depth is 16 bit. You can record audio using the INPUT terminals* (commercially available microphones or analog line-in audio sources), the MIC terminal (commercially available microphones) or the built-in microphone.
  • Page 78: Audio Settings And Recorded Audio Channels

    Recording Audio Audio Settings and Recorded Audio Channels Which audio inputs are recorded to which audio channels is determined by a combination of menu settings, whether the handle unit is attached, and other audio-related controls on the camcorder. The following table gives an overview of the possible combinations.
  • Page 79: Connecting An External Microphone Or External Audio Input Source To The Camcorder

    Recording Audio Connecting an External Microphone or External Audio Input Source to the Camcorder To each of the INPUT terminals you can attach commercially available microphones or analog line-in sources with an XLR connector. To the MIC terminal you can attach commercially available condenser microphones with their own power supply, and a ∅...
  • Page 80: Selecting The Audio Input Source For Audio Channels

    Recording Audio Selecting the Audio Input Source for Audio Channels Using the INPUT 1 / INPUT 2 Terminals Audio input selection switches for INPUT 1 for INPUT 2 INPUT 1 / INPUT 2 switches 1 Select the INPUT terminals as the audio input for the desired audio channel. CH1 / CH2: Set the corresponding audio input selection switch to INPUT 1 or INPUT 2.
  • Page 81: Adjusting The Audio Recording Level

    Recording Audio Using the Built-in Microphone or MIC Terminal Audio input selection switches for INPUT 1 for INPUT 2 1 Select the built-in microphone/MIC terminal as the audio input for the desired audio channel. CH1 / CH2: If the handle unit is connected to the camcorder, set both audio input selection switches to INT.MIC/MIC.
  • Page 82 Recording Audio Automatic Level Control (ALC) for audio from the INPUT terminals and MIC terminal When the INPUT 1 and INPUT 2 switches are both set to the same type of audio source (line input or microphone), you can link the audio level adjustment for both inputs with the [C Audio Setup] > [INPUT 1/2 ALC Link] setting.
  • Page 83: Advanced Microphone Settings

    Recording Audio NOTES NOTES • When the audio level meter reaches the red point (0 dB), the sound may be distorted. • If the audio level display is normal but the sound is distorted, activate the microphone's attenuator (A 83). •...
  • Page 84 Recording Audio Microphone Attenuator (Built-in Microphone) When one of the audio channels is set to the built-in microphone/MIC terminal and no external microphone is connected to the MIC terminal, you can activate the built-in microphone's attenuator (20 dB) to prevent audio distortions when the audio level is too high.
  • Page 85: Using Headphones

    Using Headphones Using Headphones Connect headphones with a ∅ 3.5 mm stereo mini plug to the × (headphone) terminal for playback or to monitor the recorded audio. Operating modes: 1 Select [Headphone Volume]. > [C #* Audio Setup] > [Headphone Volume] * Page ! in mode.
  • Page 86: Color Bars/Audio Reference Signal

    Color Bars/Audio Reference Signal Color Bars/Audio Reference Signal You can have the camcorder generate color bars and a 1 kHz audio reference signal to calibrate an external monitor. The color bars and audio reference signal can be output from the SDI OUT terminal (m only), HDMI OUT terminal and ×...
  • Page 87: Pre-Recording

    Pre-Recording Pre-Recording When pre-recording is activated, the camcorder starts recording continuously into a temporary memory (approx. 3 seconds) so when you press the REC button, the clip will contain also a few seconds of video and audio recorded before you pressed the button. Operating modes: 1 Press the PRE REC button.
  • Page 88: Infrared Recording

    Infrared Recording Infrared Recording You can use the infrared mode to record in very dark situations using available infrared light. You can also use the camcorder's infrared light to make the recordings even brighter, and select the color for the brighter areas in the picture (white or green).
  • Page 89: Using The Optional Rc-V100 Remote Controller

    Using the Optional RC-V100 Remote Controller Using the Optional RC-V100 Remote Controller You can connect the optional RC-V100 Remote Controller to the camcorder’s REMOTE terminal in order to control the camcorder (including advanced recording functions) from a distance. The remote controller lets you turn the camcorder on, navigate the menus and remotely control the aperture and shutter speed, and more.
  • Page 90: Using The Optional Gp-E2 Gps Receiver

    Using the Optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver Using the Optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver When the optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver is connected to the camcorder’s USB terminal, the camcorder will automatically record the GPS information (longitude, latitude and altitude) and coordinated universal time (UTC) with the clips and photos you record.
  • Page 91 Using the Optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver NOTES NOTES • The camcorder is not compatible with the receiver's digital compass and positioning interval functions. Also, the [Set Now] option is not available for the [GPS Auto Time Setting] setting. • Initial GPS signal reception will take longer after replacing the power source or when first turning on the camcorder after a period of having been turned off.
  • Page 92 Using the Optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver...
  • Page 93: Customization

    Customization CUSTOM Dial and Button You can assign to the CUSTOM button and dial one of several frequently used functions. You can then adjust the selected function using the CUSTOM button and dial, without having to access the menu. Operating modes: 1 Select [CUSTOM Dial &...
  • Page 94: Assignable Buttons

    Assignable Buttons Assignable Buttons The camcorder offers 5 assignable buttons on the camcorder's body and an onscreen button (touch operation) to which you can assign various functions (assignable buttons). Assign often-used functions to the buttons you find most convenient, to personalize the camcorder to your needs and preferences. The names of the buttons printed on the camcorder also indicate their default settings.
  • Page 95: Assignable Functions

    Assignable Buttons Assignable functions Function name Description BLC Always On] Turns the constant backlight correction function on/off. [~ Face Only AF] Switches between standard autofocus and autofocus only when a face is detected. Focus Guide] Turns the Dual Pixel Focus Guide function on/off. [Ä...
  • Page 96: Saving And Loading Camcorder Settings

    After you adjust settings in the various menus, you can save those settings on an SD card. You can load those settings at a later date or on another XF405 / XF400 camcorder so that you can use that camcorder in the exact same way.
  • Page 97: Playback

    Playback Basic Playback This section explains how to play back clips and photos. For details on playing back recordings using an external monitor, refer to Connecting to an External Monitor or Recorder (A 107). Operating modes: The Playback Index Screen 1 Set the power switch to MEDIA.
  • Page 98: Changing The Index Screen

    Basic Playback Changing the Index Screen You can change the index screen to switch between playing back clips (y) and photos (}) or to play back recordings from a different SD card (6/7). Touch the index screen button and then touch the desired index screen. •...
  • Page 99: Playback Controls

    Basic Playback IMPORTANT • Observe the following precautions while the ACCESS indicator is illuminated in red. Failing to do so may result in permanent data loss. - Do not open the SD card compartment cover. - Do not disconnect the power source or turn off the camcorder. - Do not change the camcorder’s operating mode.
  • Page 100: Adjusting The Volume

    Basic Playback NOTES • During fast/slow playback, you may notice some anomalies (blocky video artifacts, banding, etc.) in the playback picture. • The speed indicated on the screen is approximate. • Slow reverse playback will look the same as continuous frame reverse. Adjusting the volume During playback, audio will be output from the monaural built-in speaker.
  • Page 101: Clip And Photo Operations

    Clip and Photo Operations Clip and Photo Operations Operating modes: Deleting Clips and Photos You can delete clips and photos you are not interested in keeping. Deleting Clips and Photos from the Index Screen 1 Open the desired index screen (A 97). •...
  • Page 102: Trimming Clips

    Clip and Photo Operations IMPORTANT • Be careful when deleting recordings. Once deleted, they cannot be recovered. • Save copies of important recordings before deleting them (A 111). • Observe the following precautions while the ACCESS indicator is illuminated in red (while recordings are being deleted).
  • Page 103: Copying Clips And Photos

    Clip and Photo Operations Copying Clips and Photos You can copy clips and photos from one SD card to the other. 1 Open the desired index screen (A 97). • To copy all the clips or photos recorded on the same date (saved in the same folder), drag your finger left/ right until a clip or photo you want to copy appears.
  • Page 104: Recovering Clips

    Clip and Photo Operations Recovering Clips Some actions, such as suddenly turning off the camcorder or removing the SD card while data is being recorded, can cause data errors in the recorded clip. You may be able to recover clips with corrupted data with the following procedure.
  • Page 105: External Connections

    External Connections Video Output Configuration The video signal output from the SDI OUT terminal (m only) and HDMI™ OUT terminal depends on the clip's video configuration and on various menu settings. The video signal output from the HDMI OUT terminal can also change depending on the capabilities of the connected monitor.
  • Page 106: Video Output Configuration By Terminal (External Recording Only)

    Video Output Configuration Video Output Configuration by Terminal (External Recording Only) Refer to the following table for the video output configuration from each terminal when the camcorder is set to external recording-only mode (A 107). Video configuration for external m SDI OUT terminal Internal/external recording HDMI OUT terminal recording...
  • Page 107: Connecting To An External Monitor Or Recorder

    Connecting to an External Monitor or Recorder Connecting to an External Monitor or Recorder m When you connect the camcorder to an external device, be it a monitor (to monitor the recording or for playback) or an external video recorder (for recording), use the terminal on the camcorder that matches the one you wish to use on the external device.
  • Page 108: Connecting An External Monitor

    Connecting to an External Monitor or Recorder NOTES • m The camcorder cannot output signals to the SDI OUT terminal and HDMI OUT terminals simultaneously. • Depending on the external recorder used, you may not be able to record on the external recorder using the selected output video configuration.
  • Page 109 Connecting to an External Monitor or Recorder NOTES • When slow & fast motion recording is activated, the time code signal cannot be output from the SDI OUT terminal (m only) or HDMI OUT terminal. • The HDMI OUT terminal is for output only. Do not connect the camcorder to another device's output terminal using the HDMI OUT terminal as this will cause a malfunction.
  • Page 110: Audio Output

    Audio Output Audio Output The camcorder can output audio from the SDI OUT terminal (m only), HDMI OUT terminal, × (headphone) terminal or built-in mono speaker. When recording, or playing back clips recorded, with 4-channel audio, you can select which audio channels will be output from the terminals and speaker. Audio output configuration Audio output configuration Audio configuration of the...
  • Page 111: Working With Clips On A Computer

    Working with Clips on a Computer You can use the software Data Import Utility to save your clips. Refer to PIXELA's website below to download the software and check the latest information. For other inquires regarding the software, consult a Canon Service Center.
  • Page 112 Working with Clips on a Computer...
  • Page 113: Network Functions

    • Data transmitted over networks is not encrypted. • Canon shall not be liable for any loss of data or damage resulting from incorrect network configuration or settings. Additionally, Canon shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused by the use of network functions.
  • Page 114 About the Network Functions NOTES NOTES • About the Wi-Fi antenna: When using the camcorder’s Wi-Fi functions, do not cover the Wi-Fi antenna with your hand or other object. Covering it may interfere with wireless signals. • Do not lay cables connected to the SDI OUT terminal (m only) or HDMI OUT terminal near the Wi-Fi antenna.
  • Page 115: Connecting To A Wi-Fi Network

    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network The camcorder is Wi-Fi certified and can connect to access points (wireless router, etc.) and network devices compliant with the 802.11a/b/g/n protocol and that are Wi-Fi certified (bear the logo shown on the right). The Wi-Fi connection's functionality and applicable restrictions may vary depending on the Wi-Fi network used.
  • Page 116: Camera Access Point

    Initially, basic settings for a Camera Access Point connection (network name (SSID): [XF405- or XF400-xxxx-xx_Canon0C], password: [12345678]) are already saved under network configuration profile [1:]. You can use the default settings to connect immediately to the camcorder or follow the procedure below if you wish to change the settings.
  • Page 117: Connecting In Infrastructure Mode

    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Configuring the IP Address Settings At this point you need to configure the TCP/IP settings. If necessary, consult the network administrator to obtain the relevant information. 1 Touch [Automatic] or [Manual] to select the method for assigning the IP address. •...
  • Page 118: Wi-Fi Protected Setup (Wps)

    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is the easiest way to set up a Wi-Fi access point. You can do simply by pushing a button (if the access point (wireless router) you want to connect to has a WPS button) or using a PIN code issued by the camcorder.
  • Page 119: Searching For Access Points

    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Searching for Access Points The camcorder will automatically detect access points in the vicinity. After you select the desired access point, you only need to enter the selected network’s password to connect the camcorder. For details about the access point’s network name (SSID) and password, refer to the wireless router’s instruction manual or consult the network administrator in charge of the access point.
  • Page 120: Manual Setup

    Connecting to a Wi-Fi Network Manual Setup If you prefer, you can enter manually the details of the Wi-Fi network you want to connect to. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the procedure. 1 Enter the access point's SSID (network name). [Edit] >...
  • Page 121: Connecting To A Wired (Ethernet) Network

    Connecting to a Wired (Ethernet) Network Connecting to a Wired (Ethernet) Network Connect the camcorder to a router or other device connected to a wired (Ethernet) network using a commercially available Ethernet cable. Use Category 5e or better, shielded twisted pair (STP) Ethernet cables compatible with Gigabit Ethernet (1000BASE-T) and with good shielding capability.
  • Page 122: Selecting A Network Connection And Changing Network Settings

    Selecting a Network Connection and Changing Network Settings Selecting a Network Connection and Changing Network Settings Operating modes: Selecting a Network Connection You can save up to 4 network configuration profiles. If you just saved a new network configuration, it will already be automatically selected so follow this procedure to select a different configuration profile.
  • Page 123: Browser Remote: Controlling The Camcorder From A Network Device

    On the Browser Remote screen, you can also check the remaining recording time on the SD card, remaining battery charge and the camcorder’s time code. * For details about compatible devices, operating systems, Web browsers, etc., please visit your local Canon website. Setting Up Browser Remote You can set a unique camcorder identification code and designate the port that the Browser Remote application should use when accessing the camcorder through the network.
  • Page 124: Starting Browser Remote

    * A Web browser that supports JavaScript and is enabled to accept cookies is required. **For details about compatible devices, operating systems, Web browsers, etc., please visit your local Canon website. Operating modes: Preparations on the Camcorder 1 Select the desired network connection (A 122).
  • Page 125 Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device Language selection Camcorder ID Network connection indicator 4 Select the language for Browser Remote. • Touch the language selection icon and select the desired language from the list. The language selected applies mainly to the messages displayed in the application. The application's buttons are displayed in English only, regardless of the language selected.
  • Page 126: Using Browser Remote

    Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device Using Browser Remote The Browser Remote application has 2 screens. The main screen, [v], is used for controlling the camcorder remotely in recording mode. The basic screen, [ ], allows users only to zoom or start/stop recording using a smartphone or other device with a small screen.
  • Page 127 Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device 3 Connection indicator While Browser Remote is correctly connected to the camcorder, the dots will keep turning on and off in a loop. 4 [LIVE VIEW] button Touch the button to display the camcorder’s live view image on the Browser Remote screen. Touch Focus] button Touch the button to unlock (enable) the touch focus mode.
  • Page 128 Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device The Main Remote Recording Screen: Detailed Camcorder Settings The following sections explain how to use the controls in the detailed camcorder settings panel. For detailed information and applicable restrictions about the functions themselves, please refer to each function’s explanation.
  • Page 129 Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device To adjust the focus and use focus-related functions Touch the [Focus | Zoom] tab in the detailed camcorder settings panel. 1 Focus mode button 2 [Focus Guide] (Dual Pixel Focus Guide function) button 3 Manual focus buttons Manual focus 1 Touch the focus mode button, touch [MF] and then touch [...
  • Page 130 Browser Remote: Controlling the Camcorder from a Network Device The Basic Screen [ ] When using a smartphone or other device with a smaller screen, this screen offers only a small live image screen for final confirmation, zoom controls and the [REC] button to start and stop recording.
  • Page 131: Ftp File Transfer

    FTP File Transfer FTP File Transfer You can transfer clips from the camcorder to another device connected to the network, using the FTP protocol. The following explanations assume that the FTP server is on, ready and correctly configured. Operating modes: Setting Up the FTP Server and Transfer Settings Before you can transfer clips to a connected device, you need to configure the FTP server settings and other settings related to the handling of folders and files.
  • Page 132: Transferring Clips (Ftp Transfer)

    FTP File Transfer Transferring Clips (FTP Transfer) 1 Select the desired network connection (A 122). • Use an Infrastructure connection or Ethernet network. • With Ethernet connections, connect the camcorder to the desired network using an Ethernet cable. 2 Open the desired clip index screen (A 97). 3 Select [FTP Transfer].
  • Page 133: Additional Information

    Additional Information Menu Options For details about how to select an item, refer to Using the Menus (A 35). For details about each function, see the reference page. Setting options in boldface indicate default values. Depending on the camcorder’s operating mode and other current settings, some menu items may not be available.
  • Page 134: Setup Menus

    Menu Options Menu item Setting options and additional information [Looks]* Standard], [ Wide DR], [ Monochrome]; (A 73) (fine adjustment): [Sharpness], [Contrast], [Color Depth]. Available options, default values and adjustment ranges vary depending on the current [Looks] setting. [¡ Audio] Audio levels for audio channels CH1 to CH4;...
  • Page 135 Menu Options Menu item Setting options and additional information [AF Response] [Z Fast], [[ Normal], [] Slow] (A 54) [i On }], [j Off] [Face Detection & Tracking] (A 54) [Focus Guide] [i On], [j Off] (A 50) [Focus Preset Speed] [Z Fast], [[ Normal], [] Slow] (A 50) Determines the speed at which the focus changes to the preset position.
  • Page 136 Menu Options [É Playback Setup] menu ( mode only) Menu item Setting options and additional information [¸ Data Code] [j Off], [% Date] [{ Data Code] [j Off], [% Date], [& Time], [ Date and Time], [{ Camera Data] Displays the date when a clip was recorded ([¸ Data Code]) or the date and/or time when a photo was recorded ([{ Data Code]).
  • Page 137 Menu Options Menu item Setting options and additional information [File Numbering] [m Reset], [n Continuous] MP4 clips and photos are saved as files in folders. You can select the file numbering method for those files. File numbers appear on screens in playback mode in a format such as "101-0107". The first 3 digits indicate the folder number and the last 4 digits are different for each file in a folder.
  • Page 138 Menu Options Menu item Setting options and additional information [Monitor Channels] [ƒ CH1/CH2], [š CH1/CH1], [Ÿ CH2/CH2], [ CH1+2/CH1+2], (A 110) CH3/CH4], [ CH3/CH3], [ CH4/CH4], [ CH3+4/CH3+4], CH1+3/CH2+4] [HDMI Channels] [ƒ CH1/CH2], [ CH3/CH4] (A 110) [Notification Sounds] High Volume], [ Low Volume], [j Off] A beep will accompany some of the camcorder's operations.
  • Page 139 (A 124) [Browser Remote Settings] (A 123) [Port No.] 1 to 65535 ([80]) [Camcorder ID] Camcorder identifier up to 8 characters ([XF405] or [XF400]) [FTP Transfer Settings] (A 131) [FTP Server] Server name up to 32 characters [FTP: User Name]...
  • Page 140 Menu Options Menu item Setting options and additional information [Onscreen Assignable Button] For a complete list of the functions that can be assigned, refer to the detailed table (A 94) (default: [ Photo]). [CUSTOM Dial & Button] Tv/Av/M], [ AGC Limit], [y Exposure Comp.], [j Off] (A 93) [Battery Info] —...
  • Page 141: Troubleshooting

    - If you are using a battery pack recommended by Canon for use with this camcorder, there may be a problem with the camcorder or battery pack. Consult a Canon Service Center.
  • Page 142 - Charge the battery pack in temperatures between approximately 0 °C and 40 °C. - The battery pack is damaged. Use a different battery pack. - Charging has stopped because the AC adapter or the battery pack is faulty. Consult a Canon Service Center. 7 flashes on the screen.
  • Page 143: Picture And Sound

    Troubleshooting Picture and Sound The screen appears too dark. - Set [£ Display Setup] > [LCD Backlight] to [Normal] or [Bright]. Screen displays turn on and off repeatedly. - The battery pack is exhausted. Replace or charge the battery pack. - Remove the battery pack and reattach it correctly.
  • Page 144 - The device, operating system or Web browser used may not be supported. For the latest information about supported systems, visit your local Canon Web site. - Enable JavaScript and cookies in your Web browser’s settings. For details, refer to the help modules or online documentation of the Web browser used.
  • Page 145: List Of Messages

    - You attached a battery pack that is not recommended by Canon for use with this camcorder. - If you are using a battery pack recommended by Canon for use with this camcorder, there may be a problem with the camcorder or battery pack.
  • Page 146 Turn the camcorder off and the on again. Remove the SD cards and reinsert them, or replace them with new SD cards. If the problem persists, consult a Canon Service Center. Process terminated with error - The SD card compartment cover was opened during the complete initialization of an SD card or an error occurred during the initialization of an SD card.
  • Page 147 Network is not working correctly - There's a hardware problem with the camcorder's network related circuitry. Try turning the camcorder off and the on again. If the problem persists, consult a Canon Service Center. No access points found - The camcorder searched for active Wi-Fi networks (access points) in the area but none were found. Make sure the access point is working correctly and try connecting again.
  • Page 148 Troubleshooting Some files could not be transferred. - The file system is corrupted or you attempted to transfer clips not recorded with this camcorder. Delete those clips from the SD card and then transfer the files again (A 132). - The destination folder contains files with the same file name as those to be transferred. Rename the files or set [B System Setup] >...
  • Page 149: Safety Instructions And Handling Precautions

    Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely. Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or others. WARNING Denotes the risk of serious injury or death.
  • Page 150 This will protect your important recordings in case of damage and create more free space on the SD card. Canon shall not be liable for any data loss. • Do not use or store the camcorder in dusty or sandy places. The camcorder is not waterproof – avoid also water, mud or salt.
  • Page 151: Battery Pack

    • We recommend backing up the recordings on the SD card onto your computer. Data may be corrupted or lost due to card defects or exposure to static electricity. Canon shall not be liable for lost or corrupted data. • Do not touch or expose the terminals to dust or dirt.
  • Page 152: Lithium Button Battery

    Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions Built-in Rechargeable Lithium Battery The camcorder has a built-in rechargeable lithium battery to keep the date/time and other settings. The built-in lithium battery is recharged while you use the camcorder; however, it will discharge completely if you do not use the camcorder for about 3 months.
  • Page 153: Maintenance/Others

    Maintenance/Others Maintenance/Others Cleaning Camcorder body • Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the camcorder’s body. Never use chemically treated cloths or volatile solvents such as paint thinner. Lens • Remove any dust or dirt particles using a non-aerosol type blower. •...
  • Page 154: Optional Accessories

    This product is designed to achieve excellent performance when used with genuine Canon accessories. Canon shall not be liable for any damage to this product and/or accidents such as fire, etc., caused by the malfunction of non-genuine Canon accessories (e.g., a leakage and/or explosion of a battery pack). Please note that this warranty does not apply to repairs arising out of the malfunction of non-genuine Canon accessories, although you may request such repairs on a chargeable basis.
  • Page 155 • The tele-converter cannot be used together with the supplied lens hood. WA-U58 wide attachment • The wide attachment cannot be used together with the supplied lens hood. This mark identifies genuine Canon video accessories. When you use Canon video equipment, we recommend Canon-brand accessories or products bearing the same mark.
  • Page 156: Specifications

    Specifications Specifications XF405 / XF400 Camcorder — Values given are approximate figures.  System • Recording System Movies: Video format: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Audio format: MPEG-4 AAC-LC, 16 bit, 48 kHz, 2 channels Linear PCM, 16 bit, 48 kHz, 4 channels...
  • Page 157 Specifications • Image Stabilization Optical-shift image stabilizer + digital compensation (Standard IS, Dynamic IS, Powered IS) • Size of Photos: 3840x2160, 1920x1080, 1280x720 Wi-Fi • Wireless Standard: IEEE802.11b/g/n (2.4 GHz band), IEEE802.11a/n (5 GHz band) • Connection Methods Infrastructure (Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), search for access points, manual), Camera Access Point •...
  • Page 158 Specifications Power/Others • Power Supply (rated) 7.4 V DC (battery pack), 8.4 V DC (AC adapter)  • Power Consumption (Recording video configuration: 3840x2160, 150 Mbps, 50.00P, autofocus activated, LCD/viewfinder backlight at [Normal]) Using only the LCD screen: m 8.4 W, n 8.3 W Using only the viewfinder: m 7.8 W, n 7.6 W ...
  • Page 159: Reference Tables

    Reference Tables Reference Tables Charging Times Charging times are approximate and vary according to charging conditions and initial charge of the battery pack. Battery pack→ BP-820 BP-828 Charging conditions↓ Using the camcorder and supplied CA-946 AC adpater 230 min. 350 min. Using the CG-800E Battery Charger 190 min.
  • Page 160 Reference Tables Video configuration Battery pack Usage conditions Resolution (bit rate) Frame rate BP-820 (optional) BP-828 (supplied) Recording (maximum) 95 min. 140 min. 1280x720 (8 Mbps) 50.00P Recording (typical) 45 min. 70 min. Playback 140 min. 210 min. Recording (maximum) 110 min.
  • Page 161: Index

    Index (Ethernet) terminal ....121 × (headphones) terminal ....85 Data Import Utility (download) .
  • Page 162 Image stabilizer ......61 P (shooting mode) ..... . .64 Index screens .
  • Page 163 Time code ......74 Video configuration ..... . 46 Time zone/DST .
  • Page 164 Canon Inc. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan Canon Europa N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59, 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands http://www.canon-europe.com UNITED KINGDOM Canon UK Ltd Unit 160, Centennial Park, Centennial Avenue, Elstree, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SG 020-7660-0186 • The information in this document in verified as of July 2017. Subject to change without notice.

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