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Using Setuplog - Sony 300PF Operating Instructions Manual

Sony digital camcorder operating instructions.
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Using SetupLog

The SetupLog function records camcorder settings
every few seconds at shooting and displays the
recorded data in the viewfinder during playback.
To view the SetupLog Data, perform the following
procedure.
1
Turn the power on and load the tape that contains
the recording to be viewed.
2
Play back the tape.
For details of playback operation, see page 58.
3
Press the MENU switch upward (to STATUS
position).
The display changes to page 1 of the status display.
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Each time you press upward the MENU switch, the
status display cycles through the status pages and
playback display in the order: page 2, page 3, the
playback display (containing the current settings),
and page 1.
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Chapter 4 Viewfinder Screen Indications and Menus
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Note
In the following cases, changed settings that were not
recorded may appear as blank settings.
• SetupLog data is overwritten at intervals of a few
seconds during recording. If the settings are changed
frequently for certain items, it may not always be
recorded in time.
• If the recording time is very short, recording may be
ended before all of the data has been overwritten.
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    I M INTRESTED TO KNOW ABOUT THIS CAMERA