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Sports Camcorder
SC-X205L/X210L/X220L
AF
Auto-Focus
CCD
Charge Coupled Device
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display
Owner's Instruction Book
Before operating the unit, please read this
Instruction Book thoroughly, and retain it for
future reference.
US PATENT 4415844
Use only approved battery packs.
Otherwise, there is a danger of overheating, fire or explosion.
Samsung is not responsible for problems occurring due to using unapproved batteries.
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  • Page 1

    Instruction Book thoroughly, and retain it for future reference. US PATENT 4415844 Use only approved battery packs. Otherwise, there is a danger of overheating, fire or explosion. Samsung is not responsible for problems occurring due to using unapproved batteries. ENGLISH M E N M O D...

  • Page 2: Safety Instructions

    (servicing) instructions in the literature accompanying the appliance. WARNING - To Reduce The Risk Of Fire Or Electric Shock, Do Not Expose This Apparatus To Rain Or Moisture. 10. Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.

  • Page 3

    The CAMCORDER should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply at your home, consult your appliance dealer or local power company. A CAMCORDER is intended to be operated from battery power, or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.

  • Page 4

    Notices and Safety Instructions 21. LIGHTNING: For added protection of this CAMCORDER during a lightning storm or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system.

  • Page 5

    1-800-Samsung (726-7864) NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    External Camera Module View ... 16 LCD Display ... 17 OSD (On Screen Display in Movie Record Mode/Movie Play Mode) ... 17 OSD (On Screen Display in Photo Capture Mode/Photo View Mode) ... 18 OSD (On Screen Display in MP3 Mode) ... 19 OSD (On Screen Display in Voice Record Mode/Voice Play Mode) ...

  • Page 7

    Structure of the Folders and Files ... 30 Recording Time and Capacity ... 31 Using a Memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied) ... 33 Inserting / Ejecting the memory card (SD/MMC) (not supplied) ... 34 Movie Mode Recording ... 36 Recording... 36 Zooming In and Out ...

  • Page 8

    Setting the Digital Zoom ... 69 Setting the Viewing Options ... 70 Deleting Photo Files ... 70 Setting the Slide show ... 71 Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function ... 72 Locking Photo Files ... 73 Copying Photo Files ... 74 MP3 Mode...

  • Page 9

    Contents Copying MP3 Files to the Sports Camcorder ... 76 Playing... 77 Playing MP3 Files ... 77 Setting the MP3 Play Options ... 78 Deleting MP3 Files ... 78 Setting the Repeat Play... 79 Setting the Equalizer ... 80 Locking MP3 Files ... 81 Copying MP3 Files ...

  • Page 10

    Recording with the External Camera Module ... 119 Recording Video using the External Camera Module ... 119 Wearing the External Camera Module ... 120 Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount ... 120 Using the Long Mount Bands ... 121...

  • Page 11

    Installing DV Media Pro 1.0 ... 124 Ulead Video Studio ... 125 Connecting To Other Devices ... 126 Connecting to a PC using USB Cable ... 126 Connecting to a TV monitor ... 127 Connecting to a VCR / DVD Recorder ... 128 Recording unscrambled content from other digital devices ...

  • Page 12: Notices And Safety Precautions

    To avoid electric shock, do not touch your device or power cable with wet hands. ■ Do not use the flash close to another’s eyes. The flash emits a strong light that may cause damage similar to direct ■ sunlight on one’s eyesight. Particular care should be observed if photographing infants, when the flash should be no less than 3 feet from your subject.

  • Page 13: Notes Regarding Copyright

    ✤ Entering or leaving a heated place on a cold day might cause condensation inside the product. ✤ To prevent condensation, place the product in a carrying case or a plastic bag before exposing it to a sudden change of temperature.

  • Page 14: Notes Regarding The Battery Pack

    ✤ To preserve battery power, keep the Sports Camcorder turned off when you are not operating it. ✤ If your device is left in STBY mode without being operated for more than 5 minutes, it will automatically turn itself off to protect against unnecessary battery discharge.

  • Page 15: Notes Regarding The Lens

    1. The LCD monitor has been manufactured using the high precision technology. However, there may be tiny dots (red, blue or green in color) that appear on the LCD monitor. These dots are normal and do not affect the recorded picture in any way.

  • Page 16: Getting To Know Your Sports Camcorder

    You can use this the Sports Camcorder as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC camera applications. Voice Record / Playback with vast memory ● You can record voices and store it in the internal memory, memory card (not supplied) and play back the recorded voice files. ● Plus Advantage, MP3 With the Sports Camcorder, you can play back MP3 files stored in the internal memory or memory card (not supplied).

  • Page 17: Accessories Supplied With The Sports Camcorder

    14. Extended life Battery pack [ Notes ] ✤ *A carrying case is supplied as a basic accessory with the SC-X210L/X220L. It is not supplied with the SC-X205L, but is available as an optional accessory. ✤ Parts and accessories are available at your local Samsung dealer.

  • Page 18: Location Of Controls

    6. MP3/External Camera Module HOLD switch 7. Record / Power /Charging indicator 8. PLAY button [ Note ] ✤ Multi jack is a unified Earphones, AV Input/Output and External Camera Module jack. M E N M O D 9. Record /Stop button 10.

  • Page 19: Side & Bottom View

    3. Battery pack 4. Battery eject switch 5. Front cover <Left Side> 6. USB port 7. Built-in microphone 8. Memory card slot 9. Tripod receptacle 10. Strap hook ENGLISH Hanging Lens Cover on the Sports Camcorder Usable Memory Cards (2GB Max)

  • Page 20: External Camera Module View

    ENGLISH Location of Controls External Camera Module View 1. Built-in microphone 2. Lens 3. Rubber Mount 4. Picture Rotator 5. Record/Power indicator 6. POWER/Record /Stop button 7. Clip 8. External Camera Module cable 9. Rubber Mount receptacle Bottom View...

  • Page 21: Lcd Display

    10. Memory type indicator 11. Image counter (Current image) [ Notes ] ✤ Settings indicated with * will not be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off. ✤ The OSD indicators of this product are based on model SC-X210L.

  • Page 22: Osd (on Screen Display In Photo Capture Mode/photo View Mode)

    12:00AM 2006.01.01 12:00AM 2006.01.01 15. Digital zoom indicator [ Notes ] ✤ Settings indicated with * will not be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off. ✤ The OSD indicators are based on internal memory. Capturing... Photo View Mode 12:00AM 2006.01.01...

  • Page 23: Osd (on Screen Display In Mp3 Mode)

    10. Repeat indicator [ Notes ] ✤ Settings will be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off. ✤ The MP3 file with tag information will display the artist name. MP3 files with no tag information will leave the item blank.

  • Page 24: Osd (on Screen Display In Voice Record Mode/voice Play Mode)

    SWAV0001.WAV 8. Memory type indicator 2006/01/01 12:00:00 AM 00:00:02/00:00:12 Search List Pause [ Note ] ✤ Settings will be retained when the Sports Camcorder is turned off. SWAV0001.WAV 2006/01/01 12:00:00 AM Voice Play Mode 00:00:12/34:59:48 Stop 00:12 2006/01/01 12:00:00 AM...

  • Page 25: Osd (on Screen Display In File Browser Mode/system Settings Mode)

    Location of Controls : LCD Display OSD (On Screen Display in File Browser Mode/System Settings Mode) File Browser Mode /DCIM/100SSDVC DCAM0001.JPG DCAM0002.JPG DCAM0003.JPG DCAM0004.JPG Move Play 1. Mode indicator 2. Current selected folder indicator Coin 3. Current selected file indicator Dart 4.

  • Page 26: How To Use The Battery Pack

    SB-P190A (1900mAh) [ Notes ] ✤ Clean the terminals to remove foreign substances before inserting the battery pack. ✤ If the Sports Camcorder will not be in use for a while, remove the battery pack from the Sports Camcorder. <Insert> <Eject>...

  • Page 27: Maintaining The Battery Pack

    ✤ The battery pack should never be charged in a room temperature that is below 32°F(0°C). ✤ The life and capacity of the battery pack will be reduced if it is used in temperatures below 32°F(0°C) or left in temperatures above 104°F(40°C) for a long period.

  • Page 28

    Approx. 3 hr. 20 min [ Notes ] ✤ You may charge your Sports Camcorder by connecting it to a PC with the USB cable. ✤ You may not charge via USB if the power is on. ✤ The charging time with the USB cable may differ depending on the PC.

  • Page 29: Charging The Battery Pack

    ✤ You should only charge the battery in an environment between 32°F and 104°F. ✤ If ambient temperature is too low when charging, it may take long to fully charge or may not fully charge the battery, which results the green indicator will not turn on.

  • Page 30: The Led Color

    Before You Start Operating the Sports Camcorder Before using the Sports Camcorder, refer to this page for easy operation. The memory card is not supplied. 1. Insert the Battery Pack and insert a memory card into the Memory Card slot. ➥page 34 2.

  • Page 31: Using The Mode Button

    You can play back mp3 files. Power Saving Function The LCD monitor is turned off after a certain period of time has passed (see below) in each mode in order to prevent unnecessary battery power consumption. Press any button to go back and turn on the LCD monitor.

  • Page 32: Using The Function Button

    1. Set the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button. 2. Press the [MENU] button. 3. Move the cursor by moving the [Joystick] up / down / left / right to select desired menu item, and then press the [Joystick(OK)] to confirm.

  • Page 33: Using The Display Button

    2. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder. The movie screen appears. ◆ You can select Movie mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. ➥page 109 ◆ 3. Press the [DISPLAY] button. DISPLAY...

  • Page 34: Structure Of The Folders And Files

    Getting Started Structure of the Folders and Files The movie files and photo files are stored in internal memory or on a memory card as shown below. [ Notes ] ✤ Refer to page 33 for details about memory card.

  • Page 35: Recording Time And Capacity

    ✤ The Sports camcorder supports 2GB memory cards and lower. Any card above 2GB may not record or play properly. ✤ If you record movie files at Normal(352/720) quality to the internal memory or a memory card, the recording time increases but the movie may have lower quality than other levels.

  • Page 36

    17hr. ➥page 100 approx. 35hr. ✤ Do not format the memory card on your PC. ✤ If you set the light on, the number of photos that can be taken will approx. 70hr. be reduced. approx. 1hr. ✤ The recordable time and number of files are maximum figures approx.

  • Page 37: Using A Memory Card (sd/mmc) (not Supplied)

    ✤ A memory card has a certain life span. If you use it for a long time, you may not be able to record new data. In this case, you have to purchase a new memory card.

  • Page 38: Inserting / Ejecting The Memory Card (sd/mmc) (not Supplied)

    2. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot until it softly clicks. 3. Close the Front cover. Caution: This screen will appear if the memory card is inserted with the power on. ◆ If you select <OK>, the memory type changes to ‘External’ and if you select <Cancel>, files are stored in internal memory.

  • Page 39: Movie Mode

    Deleting Movie Files ...52 Setting the Play Mode ...53 Locking Movie Files ...54 Copying Movie Files ...55 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons. ENGLISH...

  • Page 40: Recording

    Sepia ✤ If you are recording with the LCD panel closed outward, the microphone will be blocked inward as well, which can cause deterioration of the sound strength and make noise. So make sure the microphone stays open outward in recording.

  • Page 41: Zooming In And Out

    1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder. ◆ The Movie Record screen appears. ◆ You can select Movie mode or Previous mode as the start-up mode in System Settings. ➥page 109 2. Press the [Record/Stop] button to start recording.

  • Page 42: Playing

    2. Press the [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)]. Switches to Movie Play mode. ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left/right to find the movie file you want to view. Each movement of the [Joystick] goes to the previous/next movie. ◆ 4. Press the [PLAY]button or [Joystick(OK)] to play the movie file you want.

  • Page 43: Playing Multiple Movie Files

    Movie Mode : Playing Playing Multiple Movie Files Using the [W/T] switch in Movie Play mode, you can display multiple images on the LCD monitor. You can also select and play the desired movie file in a multi-view screen. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 44

    ✤ You can adjust the volume up to 10 steps. ✤ You can also play the movie file on a TV screen by connecting the Sports Camcorder to a TV. ➥page 127 ✤ A video codec is required to play the movie files recorded on the Sports Camcorder on a computer.

  • Page 45: Setting The Recording Options

    Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options Setting the Movie Size You can set the movie files size. The file storage capacity depends on the memory capacity and movie file size. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 46: Setting The Movie Quality

    ✤ You can record video files with size of 720i/Normal, 720p/Normal, 352p/Fine and 352p/ Normal onto a Memory Card but the quality is not guaranteed. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode.

  • Page 47: Setting The White Balance

    ✤ As the lighting conditions change, set the appropriate white balance before recording. ✤ The subject used for <Custom> should be white color. If not, the color balance will not be natural. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode.

  • Page 48: Setting The Program Ae (programmed Auto Exposure)

    The selected function icon is displayed. ◆ If <Auto> is selected, no icon will be displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05 STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05 STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05...

  • Page 49: Setting The Effects

    The selected effect and icon are displayed. ◆ If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. ENGLISH STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05 STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05...

  • Page 50: Setting The Eis (electronic Image Stabilizer)

    If you select <On>, the EIS icon ( ◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. ) is displayed. STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05 STBY 00:00:00/00:40:05...

  • Page 51: Setting The Focus

    ◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow. [ Notes ] ✤ The focus is set to <AF> automatically when the Sports Camcorder is turned off. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. ENGLISH...

  • Page 52: Setting The Blc (backlight Compensation)

    The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when using the Sports Camcorder in bright or snowy backgrounds.

  • Page 53: Setting The Digital Zoom

    Zooming more than 10x is achieved digitally, up to 100X when combined with optical zoom. The Digital Zoom processes data to enlarge the center portion of the image to fill the frame. It may produce a less detailed and slightly grainy picture.

  • Page 54: Setting The Record Mode

    ✤ If <TV> is selected as the Record Mode, the size is set to 720i only. ✤ If <PC> is selected as the Record Mode, the size is set to 720p or 352p. ✤ When the size is set to <352>, <PC> is automatically selected for movie files recording.

  • Page 55: Setting The Line In/out

    Movie Mode : Setting the Recording Options Setting the Line In/Out You can record or play back the contents of the Sports Camcorder onto an external device and vice versa. ➥page 127~129 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 56: Setting The Viewing Options

    <All>: All movie files will be deleted. ◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion. ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. ✤ Locked files will not be deleted. [PLAY ] button...

  • Page 57: Setting The Play Mode

    Movie Mode : Setting the Viewing Options Setting the Play Mode You can play all files continuously or play the selected file only. You can also set the repeat option for all files. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 58: Locking Movie Files

    <Unlock All>: Unlocking all movie files. ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ The < > icon is displayed on the locked file. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. Movie Movie Lock...

  • Page 59: Copying Movie Files

    ✤ If the memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Movie Record mode. ENGLISH...

  • Page 60: Photo Mode

    Setting the Slide show ...71 Setting the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) Function ...72 Locking Photo Files ...73 Copying Photo Files ...74 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.

  • Page 61: Capturing

    [ Notes ] ✤ If the battery is low, the flash will not operate automatically. ✤ In order to take pictures on the memory card, insert a memory card and then set the storage type to <External>. ➥page 97 ENGLISH...

  • Page 62: Zooming In And Out

    [ Notes ] ✤ Frequent use of zooming may result in higher battery power consumption. ✤ You can take advantage of 10x digital zoom as well as 10x optical zoom for a total of 100x zoom. ✤ Optical zoom preserves the image quality.

  • Page 63: Viewing

    Photo Mode : Viewing Viewing Photo Files on the LCD monitor It is handy and practical to view pictures using the LCD monitor in locations such as in a car, indoors, or outdoors. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 64: Viewing Multiple Photo Files

    The Multi-view screen appears. ◆ 4. Move the [Joystick] to the left / right / up or down to find the photo file you want to View. 5. Press [PLAY] button or [Joystick(OK)] to view the photo file you want.

  • Page 65: Setting The Capturing Options

    ✤ When taking pictures outdoors, <Auto> setting will allow you to obtain the best results. ✤ As the lighting condition changes, set the appropriate white balance before taking a picture. ✤ The subject used for <Custom> should be white color. If not, the color balance will not be natural.

  • Page 66: Setting The Program Ae (programmed Auto Exposure)

    The selected function icon is displayed. ◆ If you select <Auto>, no icon is displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. Capturing... Capturing... Capturing...

  • Page 67: Setting The Effects

    5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu. The selected effect is displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ENGLISH Capturing... Capturing...

  • Page 68: Setting The Flash

    ✤ If the battery is low, the flash will not operate automatically. ✤ The Flash used with this unit is an LED, and is is not as effective as a normal strobe flash. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode.

  • Page 69: Setting The Continuous Shot

    If <Off> is selected, no icon will be displayed. ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ When you set <Continuous Shot>, you cannot use the flash. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ENGLISH Capturing...

  • Page 70: Setting The Eis (electronic Image Stabilizer)

    If you select <On>, the EIS icon ( ◆ If you select <Off>, no icon is displayed. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ) is displayed. Capturing... Capturing...

  • Page 71: Setting The Focus

    ◆ When a person is enveloped in fog or surrounded by snow ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ) is displayed. ENGLISH Capturing...

  • Page 72: Setting The Blc (backlight Compensation)

    The Backlight Compensation function helps to make the subject brighter when the subject is in front of a window or the subject is too dark to distinguish. You can use this function when using the Sports Camcorder in the bright backgrounds including snow scenes.

  • Page 73: Setting The Digital Zoom

    5. Press the [MENU] button to exit the menu. When using the digital zoom switch, a digital zoom indicator appears on the screen. ◆ [ Note ] ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ENGLISH Capturing...

  • Page 74: Setting The Viewing Options

    <All>: All Photo files will be deleted. ◆ <Cancel>: Cancels the deletion. ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ Locked files will not be deleted. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. [PLAY] button [Joystick(OK)] 100-0001...

  • Page 75: Setting The Slide Show

    ✤ Slide show cannot start from a damaged photo file. Damaged photos wiill be skipped during the slide show. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. ENGLISH 100-0001...

  • Page 76: Setting The Dpof (digital Print Order Format) Function

    7. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. ◆ <Copies>: Move the [Joystick] up / down to select the number of copies you want to print and press the [Joystick(OK)]. (copy range: 0 ~ 30) ◆...

  • Page 77: Locking Photo Files

    <Unlock All>: Unlocking all photo files. ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ The < > icon is displayed on the locked file. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode. 100-0001 100-0001 ENGLISH...

  • Page 78: Copying Photo Files

    ✤ If the memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Photo Capture mode.

  • Page 79: Mp3 Mode

    Deleting MP3 Files ...78 Setting the Repeat Play...79 Setting the Equalizer ...80 Locking MP3 Files ...81 Copying MP3 Files ...82 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons. ENGLISH...

  • Page 80: Storing Mp3 In The Sports Camcorder

    MP3 Mode : Storing MP3 in the Sports Camcorder Copying MP3 Files to the Sports Camcorder You can copy mp3 files from a PC to the Sports Camcorder while connected to the PC with a USB cable. Before your start! ◆...

  • Page 81: Playing

    ✤ The title may not be displayed if the language is not supported or in Chinese. ✤ MP3 files with VBR setting will appear as VBR on the LCD monitor and its play time and recording time may differ from the displayed diagram.

  • Page 82: Setting The Mp3 Play Options

    ◆ Deleting MP3 Files in MP3 playlist 3. Press the [DELETE] button on the LCD monitor in pause mode. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. <OK>: Deletes the selected MP3 file.

  • Page 83: Setting The Repeat Play

    MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options Setting the Repeat Play You can repeat a selected MP3 file or group of MP3 files, or play the MP3 files at random. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 84: Setting The Equalizer

    3. Press the [MENU] button in pause mode. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Equalizer>. 4. Select an option by moving the [Joystick] up / down and then press the [Joystick (OK)]. <Off> / <Pop> / <Classic> / <Jazz>...

  • Page 85: Locking Mp3 Files

    MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options Locking MP3 Files You can protect saved important MP3 files from accidental deletion. Protected files will not be deleted unless you release the protection or format the memory. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 86: Copying Mp3 Files

    MP3 Mode : Setting the MP3 Play Options Copying MP3 Files You can copy saved files from the internal memory to the memory card and vice versa. 1. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 87: Voice Recorder Mode

    Setting the Voice Play Options ...86 Deleting Voice Files ...86 Setting the Play Mode ...87 Locking Voice Files...88 Copying Voice Files ...89 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons. ENGLISH...

  • Page 88: Recording

    4. To stop recording, press the [Record / Stop] button again. [ Notes ] ✤ Recorded voice files are saved in a list automatically. ✤ During voice recording or in the Voice Record mode, the menu is not accessed. SWAV0001.WAV SWAV0001.WAV SWAV0001.WAV...

  • Page 89: Playing

    ✤ When the earphones, Audio/Video cable or External Camera Module cable is connected to the Sports Camcorder, the built-in speaker will not operate. ✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice Record mode. ENGLISH SWAV0004.WAV...

  • Page 90: Setting The Voice Play Options

    [ Notes ] ✤ Locked files will not be deleted. ✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice Record mode. SWAV0004.WAV SWAV0004.WAV SWAV0004.WAV...

  • Page 91: Setting The Play Mode

    Voice Recorder Mode : Setting the Voice Play Options Setting the Play Mode You can play all files continuously or play the selected file only. You can also set the repeat option. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 92: Locking Voice Files

    ✤ The < > icon is displayed on the locked file. ✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice Record mode. 2006/01/01 12:00:00 AM...

  • Page 93: Copying Voice Files

    ✤ If a memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function. ✤ You cannot access the menu during voice playback. ✤ While the menu screen is displayed, pressing the [Record / Stop] button will move to Voice Record mode.

  • Page 94: Using File Browser

    Viewing Files or Folders ...91 Deleting Files or Folders ...92 Locking Files ...93 Copying Files or Folders ...94 Viewing File Information ...95 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.

  • Page 95: Viewing Files Or Folders

    4. The selected file will be played back. [ Notes ] ✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, return to the file list screen. ✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.

  • Page 96: Deleting Files Or Folders

    ◆ [ Notes ] ✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, it returns to the previous screen. ✤ Locked files or folders will not be deleted. ✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.

  • Page 97: Locking Files

    ✤ The < > icon is displayed when the file is locked. ✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, return to the file list screen. ✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.

  • Page 98: Copying Files Or Folders

    ✤ If a memory card is not inserted, you cannot perform the <Copy To> function. ✤ If you slide the [W/T] switch to W(WIDE) in play mode, the Cam returns to the file list screen. ✤ If you move the [Joystick] left, the previous folder screen appears.

  • Page 99: Viewing File Information

    ◆ 3. Select the desired file list by using the [Joystick]. Move the [Joystick] up or down to want to view file information. Move the [Joystick] up/down and press the [Joystick(OK)] repeatedly until the file list you ◆ want appears.

  • Page 100: Setting The Sports Camcorder

    Using USB Mode ...115 Transferring files to a computer ...115 Printing with PictBridge ...116 Using the PC Cam Function ...117 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.

  • Page 101: Setting Memory

    [ Notes ] ✤ If you insert a memory card when the Sports Camcorder is on, the “pop-up message” will prompt you automatically to select the storage type . ✤ If there is no memory card inserted, only the <internal> option will be available.

  • Page 102: Setting Usb Mode

    The System Settings screen appears. ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <USB Mode>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. Transferring files from the Sports Camcorder to your computer Mass Storage ➥page 115...

  • Page 103: Setting Memory

    Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting Memory Setting the File No. Function You can set the file numbers so that they reset each time the memory card is formatted, or so that they count up continuously. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 104: Formatting The Memory

    ✤ Previous information can not be restored after formatting. [ Notes ] ✤ There is no guarantee on the operation of a memory card which has not been formatted on the Sports Camcorder. Make sure to format the memory card on the Sports Camcorder before using.

  • Page 105: Viewing Memory Space

    5. After you viewing memory space, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button. [ Notes ] ✤ System requires a small portion of memory space, actual storage capacity may differ from the printed memory capacity. ✤ If the memory card is not inserted, <External> option is not displayed ✤...

  • Page 106: Adjusting The Lcd Monitor

    ✤ A Brighter LCD screen setting consumes more battery power. ✤ Adjust the LCD brightness when the ambient lighting is too bright and the monitor is hard to see. ✤ LCD Brightness does not affect the brightness of images to be stored.

  • Page 107: Adjusting The Lcd Color

    The System Settings screen appears. ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <LCD Color>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to adjust the LCD color, and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. You can adjust the LCD Color from 0% to 100%.

  • Page 108: Adjusting Date/time

    [Joystick(OK)]. 4. Set the desired value by moving the [Joystick] up / down. 5. Move to the next item by moving the [Joystick] left / right, and then set values by moving the [Joystick] up / down. Items are displayed in the order of the date format.

  • Page 109: Setting Date Format

    ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Date Format>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. <YY/MM/DD>: The date is displayed in the order of Year / Month / Date.

  • Page 110: Setting Time Format

    ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Time Format>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the [joystick(OK)]. <12 Hour>: The time is displayed as the unit of 12 hours.

  • Page 111: Setting Date/time Display

    The System Settings screen appears. ◆ 3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Date/Time>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select an option, and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. <Off>: Date and Time are not displayed. ◆...

  • Page 112: Setting The System Settings

    Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings Setting the Beep Sound You can set the beep sound to on/off. When on, a beep will sound every time a button is pressed. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 113: Setting Start-up Mode

    5. After you finish setting, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button. [ Note ] ✤ Make sure that the start-up mode is set to the selected mode when turning on the Sports Camcorder again. ENGLISH System Settings...

  • Page 114: Resetting The Sports Camcorder

    The Sports Camcorder will be initialized to the default settings. ◆ [ Warning ] ✤ If you reset the Sports Camcorder, all functions you set are re-initialized to the default (factory) settings. [ Note ] ✤ After resetting the Sports Camcorder, set <Date&Time Set>. ➥page 104...

  • Page 115: Selecting Language

    3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Language>. 4. Move the [Joystick] up / down to select the desired language, and then press the [Joystick(OK)]. English / Español / Français / Português / Deutsch / Italiano / Nederlands / Polski / ◆ Русский / / Iran / Arab / Magyar / ไทย...

  • Page 116: Setting The Auto Shut Off

    Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings Setting the Auto Shut off To save battery power, you can set the <Auto Shut off> function which turns off the Sports Camcorder if there is no operation for a certain period of time.

  • Page 117: Setting The Demonstration Function

    Setting the Sports Camcorder : Setting the System Settings Setting the Demonstration Function The Demonstration function will allow you to view all the functions that the Sports Camcorder supports. 1. Press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 118: Viewing Version Information

    3. Move the [Joystick] left / right to select <Version Info>. The firmware version of the Sports Camcorder is displayed. ◆ 4. After you view the version information, move to the desired mode by pressing the [MODE] button. System Settings System Settings DEMO Ver.

  • Page 119: Using Usb Mode

    5. When finished, disconnect the USB cable. [ Notes ] ✤ Disconnecting the USB cable while the data transfer will stop the data transfer and might damage the data stored. ✤ Multiple USB devices connected to a PC or using USB hubs may cause communication / installation errors with the Sports Camcorder.

  • Page 120: Printing With Pictbridge

    ✤ Depending on the printer, printing failure may occur. In this case, download JPEG files directly to the PC and print them. ✤ Depending on the printer, date and time option may not be supported. In this case, date and time menu will not be displayed.

  • Page 121: Using The Pc Cam Function

    Setting the Sports Camcorder : Using USB Mode Using the PC Cam Function You can use this the CAM as a PC camera for video chatting, video conference and other PC camera applications. Before your start! ◆ For PC Cam use, it is required to install the DV Driver.➥page 124 1.

  • Page 122: Using The External Camera Module

    Wearing the External Camera Module ...120 Mounting the External Camera Module on Rubber Mount ...120 Using the Long Mount Bands ...121 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.

  • Page 123: Recording With The External Camera Module

    [ Notes ] ✤ The External Camera Module is available for recording movie only. ✤ You can use the [POWER/Record /Stop] button of the External Camera Module to power on/off and to start/stop recording simultaneously. ✤ Multi jack is used as a Earphones jack, AV Input/Output jack and External Camera Module jack.

  • Page 124: Wearing The External Camera Module

    [ Note ] ✤ Dropping the External Camera Module or bumping it to other objects may cause device failure. When using the device, you must attach it to the rubber mount, and be careful not to drop or strike it.

  • Page 125: Using The Long Mount Bands

    Wearing the External Camera Module Using the Long Mount Bands While the Sports Camcorder is inside your carrying case or backpack, you can attach the External Camera Module mounted on the Rubber Mount with help of the Long Mount Bands.

  • Page 126: Miscellaneous Information

    Cleaning the Body ...132 Using the Built-in Rechargeable Battery ...132 Regarding the Battery ...133 Using the Sports Camcorder Abroad ...134 ◆ Save important data / recordings separately on other media, to avoid accidental loss due to a system failure or other reasons.

  • Page 127: Usb Interface Environment

    Miscellaneous Information : USB Interface Environment USB connection to a computer High Speed USB is not guaranteed if the supplied driver is not installed on an OS other than Microsoft Windows or Apple's Mac OS X. Windows 98SE/ME: Full Speed USB ✤...

  • Page 128: Installing Software

    Miscellaneous Information : Installing Software Installing DV Media Pro 1.0 You need to install DV Media Pro 1.0 to play back recorded movie files or the transferred data from Sports Camcorder with the USB cable on your PC. Before your start! ◆...

  • Page 129: Ulead Video Studio

    [ Notes ] ✤ For photo editing, use Photo Express. ✤ For movie playback on a PC, install software in this order : DV Driver - DirectX 9.0 - Video Codec ✤ For movie editing, use the Ulead Video Studio.

  • Page 130: Connecting To Other Devices

    Please refer to the product documentation of the PC for further details. ✤ If you disconnect the USB cable from the PC or the Sports Camcorder during the data transfer, the data transfer will stop and the data may be damaged.

  • Page 131: Connecting To A Tv Monitor

    ✤ When you connect your Sports Camcorder to a TV, some indicators may not partly appear. ✤ If you wish to input/output an image from another device to the Sports Camcorder, you must first set <Line In/out> in movie mode. ➥page 51...

  • Page 132: Connecting To A Vcr / Dvd Recorder

    [ Notes ] ✤ You can play back photo files as well as the movie files. ✤ If you wish to input/output an image from another device to the Sports Camcorder, you must first set <Line In/out> in movie mode. ➥page 51...

  • Page 133: Recording Unscrambled Content From Other Digital Devices

    7. Press the [Record/Stop] button to start recording. 8. To stop recording, press the [Record/Stop] button again. [ Note ] ✤ The quality of an input signal recorded through the Line input terminal cannot be guaranteed unless it comes from digital devices (DVD, DVC, etc.). ENGLISH...

  • Page 134: Printing Photos

    Miscellaneous Information : Printing Photos Printing with DPOF DPOF (Digital Printing Order Format) defines the print information for each photo on the memory card. You can easily make prints using a DPOF-compatible printer or order copies from commercial digital image developers.

  • Page 135: Cleaning And Maintaining The Sports Camcorder

    The Battery Pack will become warm during charging and use. This is not a malfunction. ✓ The Battery Pack has a limited service life. If the period of use becomes noticeably shorter with a normal charge, the Battery Pack is at the end of its service life. Replace it with a new Battery Pack.

  • Page 136: Cleaning The Body

    Camcorder is used. Charging the Built-in Rechargeable Battery If the Sports Camcorder is not used at all, the cell runs down in 5 days. In this case, connect the AC Power Adapter to the Sports ✤ Camcorder and press the [POWER] button to turn on the Sports Camcorder. Then leave it for 24 hours.

  • Page 137: Regarding The Battery

    - Put the Battery Pack in a pocket to warm it up, and insert it in your Sports Camcorder immediately prior to use.

  • Page 138: Using The Sports Camcorder Abroad

    ✤ However, to view your recordings on a television set or to copy them to a video cassette recorder (VCR), the television set or the VCR must be NTSC-compatible and have the appropriate Audio / Video ports. Otherwise, you may need to use a separate Video Format Transcoder (NTSC-PAL format Converter).

  • Page 139: Troubleshooting

    Write protected Memory Card is protected to write. MPEG decoding Error The video file is corrupted. If these instructions do not solve your problem, contact your nearest Samsung dealer or authorized service center/personnel. ✤ Symptom No power is supplied The power is not connected properly...

  • Page 140

    Memory Card is protected Remove the protection tab of Memory Card (except MMC) File is locked Remove the lock on the file, page 54, 73, 81, 88, 93 Ambient is too bright Adjust the brightness and angle of LCD Ambient temperature is too low...

  • Page 141: Using The Menu

    Using the Menu Movie 1. Record Size 720x480 352x240 Digital Zoom Quality Super Fine Fine Record Mode Normal White Balance Line In/Out Auto Daylight Fluorescent Tungsten Custom 2. Play Program AE Auto Play Mode Sports Play One Spotlight Play All...

  • Page 142: System Settings

    100% Language English / Español / Français / Português / Deutsch / Italiano / Nederlands / Polski / Русский / / Iran / Arab / Magyar / ไทย / Українська / Svenska Auto Shut off 5 Minutes Demonstration 5 Minutes...

  • Page 143: Specifications

    Video (1.0p_p, 75Ω), Audio (-7.5dBm 47KΩ, Stereo) External CMOS Camera 0°C-40°C (32°F-104°F) 10%-80% 3.8V (Li-Polymer Battery Pack), 4.8V (AC Adapter) 2.8W (LCD ON) 2.41 inch X 3.68 inch X 1.19 inch (Including the Battery Pack) 5.29 oz Omni-directional condenser microphone ENGLISH...

  • Page 144

    Power Consumption Dimensions (LxHxD) Weight Built-in Microphone The product design and specifications are subject to change without notice for better performance and quality. SC-X205L/X210L/X220L AC 100 ~ 240V, 50 / 60 Hz DC 4.8V, 1.0 A 0°C (32°F) ~ 40° (104°F) 2.76 inch X 1.17 inch X 2.33 inch...

  • Page 145: Index

    Beep Sound ... 108 BLC ... 68 - C - Charging the Battery ... 25 Capturing ... 57 Copy To ...55, 74, 82, 89, 94 Cleaning and Maintenance ... 131~134 - D - Date&Time Set ... 104 Demonstration ... 113 Digital Zoom ...

  • Page 146

    - T - Troubleshooting ... 135, 136 - U - USB ... 98 - V - Version Information ... 114 Voice Record ... 84 - W - White Balance ... 43, 61 - Z - Zooming In and Out ... 37, 58...

  • Page 147: Warranty (sea Users Only)

    SAMSUNG Electronics America Inc. (SEA), warrants that this product is free from defective material and workmanship. SEA further warrants that if product fails to operate properly within the specified warranty period and the failure is due to improper workmanship or defective material, SEA will repair or replace the product at its option.

  • Page 148

    ENGLISH Contact SAMSUNG WORLD WIDE If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center. Region Country Customer CANADA North America MEXICO U.S.A ARGENTINE BRAZIL CHILE COSTA RICA ECUADOR EL SALVADOR Latin America...

  • Page 149

    ENGLISH THE SPORTS CAMCORDER IS MANUFACTURED BY: If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG customer care center RoHS compliant Our product complies with “The Restriction Of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment”, and we do not...

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