00732M SCL901 SEA (46-71)
When you use your camcorder, there are only two possible recording environments.
You will be recording outdoors (Normal recording or through an ND(Neutral Density) filter).
You will be recording indoors (Video light recommended or required).
The single greatest influence on picture quality is the level of brightness, measured in lux.
The following table lists a few common situations, the corresponding level of brightness and any associated recommendations.
Snow-covered mountains or fields.
Sandy beach on a hot summer's day
On a sunny day in the middle
of the afternoon.
On a gloomy day, an hour
after the sunrise.
Office with fluorescent
lighting near to a window.
On a sunny day, an hour
before the sunset.
Department store counter.
Room lit by two 30W
Arcade at night.
1. Eject the tape that you have recorded. (see page 22)
2. If you want to protect accidental erasure of the tape you have recorded, push the red tab on the cassette.
3. Set the POWER switch to OFF.
4. Close the LENS cover.
5. Remove the BATTERY PACK from the camcorder.
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ND filter recommended.
1,000 Normal recording.
500 to 700
300 Video light
150 to 200
Video light required.
10 to 15