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"Handycam" User Guide
Operation Search
Before use
Getting started
Recording
Playback
Playing images on a TV
Saving images with an external
device
Using the Wi-Fi function
Customizing your camcorder
Troubleshooting
Maintenance and precautions
Contents list
HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/
PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/
PJ510E

User Guide

Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions about the camcorder.
Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation
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  • Page 1: User Guide

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ Operation Search PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ Before use PJ510E Getting started User Guide Recording Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions about the camcorder.
  • Page 2: Operation Search

    Operation Search Getting started Search by operation Recording Back to top Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 3: Before Use

    Playing images on a TV Parts and controls Screen indicators Saving images with an external About language setting device About language setting Using the Wi-Fi function Back to top Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 4: Getting Started

    Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Using the Wi-Fi function Preparing the recording media Customizing your camcorder Selecting a recording medium (Models with internal memory) Troubleshooting Inserting a memory card Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 5: Recording

    Using the GPS function (Models with GPS) Contents list Obtaining a map of the current location (triangulation priority mode) (Models with GPS) Checking the triangulating status (Models with GPS) Hints for better reception (Models with GPS) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 6: Playback

    (STD) (Highlight Movie) Maintenance and precautions Using the built-in projector Using the built-in projector (Models with a projector) Contents list Using the projector for your computer or smartphone (Models with a projector) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 7: Playing Images On A Tv

    Playing images on a TV supporting 5.1ch surround sound Using the Wi-Fi function Enjoying 5.1ch surround sound Customizing your camcorder Playing images on a TV supporting “BRAVIA” Sync Troubleshooting Using “BRAVIA” Sync Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 8: Saving Images With An External Device

    Playing back images in the external media device on the camcorder Devices that cannot be used as an external media device Contents list Creating a disc with a recorder Creating a standard definition image quality (STD) disc with a recorder Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 9: Using The Wi-fi Function

    Using the Wi-Fi function Send to Computer Customizing your camcorder WPS Push Troubleshooting Access point settings Edit Device Name Maintenance and precautions Disp MAC Address Contents list SSID/PW Reset Network Info Reset Airplane Mode Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 10: Customizing Your Camcorder

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder Operation Search Customizing your camcorder Before use Using menu items Getting started Setting up menu items Recording Shooting Mode Playback Movie Playing images on a TV Photo Smth Slw REC (Smooth slow rec) Saving images with an external Golf Shot device...
  • Page 11: Playback Function

    REC Mode Frame Rate HD/MP4/STD Setting Wide Mode x.v.Color Image Size Playback Function Event View Map View (HDR-CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ420VE/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE) Highlight Movie Scenario Edit/Copy Delete Protect Copy Direct Copy Setup Media Select (HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E) Media Info Format...
  • Page 12 Auto Area ADJ (HDR-CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ420VE/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 13: Troubleshooting

    Customizing your camcorder Editing movies/photos on your camcorder Playback on the TV Troubleshooting Copying/Connecting to other devices Maintenance and precautions Connecting to a computer Contents list Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators Self-diagnosis display Warning Indicators Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 14: Maintenance And Precautions

    Expected time of recording and playback with each battery pack Contents list Expected recording time of movies Expected number of recordable photos Using your camcorder abroad Using your camcorder abroad On trademarks On trademarks License Notes on the License Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 15 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Contents list Operation Search Contents list Before use Getting started Operation Search Operation Search Recording Search by operation Playback Back to top Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external Before use device How to use this User Guide...
  • Page 16 Zooming Capturing photos during movie recording (Dual Capture) Recording in mirror mode Intelligent Auto Recording the selected subject clearly (Face Priority) Recording information on your location (GPS) Features available using GPS (Models with GPS) Using the GPS function (Models with GPS) Obtaining a map of the current location (triangulation priority mode) (Models with GPS) Checking the triangulating status (Models with GPS) Hints for better reception (Models with GPS)
  • Page 17 Using the “PlayMemories Home” software Playing images on a computer Checking the computer system Installing the “PlayMemories Home” software in your computer Disconnecting your camcorder from the computer The devices on which the created disc can be played back Starting the “PlayMemories Home” software Downloading the dedicated software for the camcorder Saving images on an external media device Saving images on an external media device easily...
  • Page 18 Golf Shot Camera/Mic White Balance Spot Meter/Fcs (Spot meter/focus) Spot Meter (Flexible spot meter) Spot Focus Exposure Focus AE Shift White Balance Shift Low Lux Scene Selection Cinematone Fader Self-Timer Tele Macro SteadyShot (movie) SteadyShot (photo) Digital Zoom Conversion Lens Auto Back Light Face Detection Smile Shutter...
  • Page 19 Copy Direct Copy Setup Media Select (HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E) Media Info Format Repair Img. DB F. File Number Data Code Volume Download Music (HDR-CX430V/ PJ430/ PJ430V) Empty Music (HDR-CX430V/ PJ430/ PJ430V) TV Type HDMI Resolution CTRL FOR HDMI (Control for HDMI) USB Connect...
  • Page 20 Expected time of recording and playback with each battery pack Expected recording time of movies Expected number of recordable photos Using your camcorder abroad Using your camcorder abroad On trademarks On trademarks License Notes on the License Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 21: Search By Operation

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Operation Search > Operation Search > Search by operation Operation Search Search by operation Before use Getting started Setting the date and time Recording Date & Time Setting Area Setting Playback Auto Clock ADJ (HDR-CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ420VE/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE) Playing images on a TV Identifying part names Saving images with an external...
  • Page 22: Capturing Photos During Movie Recording

    Capturing a photo from a movie (Models with internal memory or models with a USB input function) Dividing a movie Delete Saving images with an external device Saving images on an external media device easily Creating a disc Creating a standard definition image quality (STD) disc with a recorder Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 23: How To Use This User Guide

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Before use > How to use this User Guide > How to use this User Guide Operation Search How to use this User Guide Before use Getting started Selecting a topic to display Recording Searching a topic by keyword Returning to a previous page...
  • Page 24: Searching A Topic By Keyword

    Changing the font size Change the font size by changing the setting of your web browser. For how to change the font size setting, refer to the Help of your web browser. Searching a topic by keyword Enter the keyword in the search window, then click the [Search] button. Returning to a previous page Use the back button of your web browser or the breadcrumb trail navigation (A) to return to a page you previously viewed.
  • Page 25: Marks And Notations Used In This User Guide

    Printing out a page Click the [Print] button to print out a page you are viewing. Marks and notations used in this User Guide ) (A). In this User Guide, the sequence of operations is shown by arrows ( Operate the camcorder in the order indicated.
  • Page 26 Icons in the operating procedure sentences appear when the camcorder is in its default settings. The default setting is indicated by Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 27: Model Information

    A: Model name (HDR-xxx) Differences in functions Recording media Signal Model name Internal memory + Memory format connection Memory card card HDR-CX400E Output only HDR-CX410VE Output only HDR-CX430VE/ PJ420VE/ Output only PJ430VE HDR-CX510E/ PJ420E/ Output only PJ430E/ PJ510E HDR-PJ430 NTSC...
  • Page 28 HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E HDR-PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E Notes For the following items, the descriptions are explained with the model name. Parts and controls [Details] Menu items Expected recording time of movies [Details] Expected number of recordable photos...
  • Page 29: Parts And Controls

    Contents list Multi interface shoe For details on compatible accessories of the Multi interface shoe, visit the Sony web site in your area, or consult your Sony dealer or localauthorized Sony service facility. Operations with other manufacture’s accessories are not guaranteed.
  • Page 30 PROJECTOR FOCUS lever Projector lens GPS antenna (HDR-CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ420VE/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE) A GPS antenna is located in the LCD panel. HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E HDR-PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E (View Images) button POWER button PROJECTOR button...
  • Page 31: Battery Pack

    Memory card access lamp While the lamp is lit or flashing, the camcorder is reading or writing data. (microphone) jack (PLUG IN POWER) (headphones) jack PROJECTOR IN jack HDMI OUT jack Power zoom lever PHOTO button POWER/CHG (charge) lamp Battery pack START/STOP button DC IN jack Multi/Micro USB Terminal...
  • Page 32 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 33: Screen Indicators

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Before use > Parts and controls/Screen indicators > Screen indicators Operation Search Screen indicators Before use Getting started The following indicators appear when you change the settings. Recording Check also for the indicators that appear during recording or playing. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external...
  • Page 34 Intelligent Auto (face detection/scene detection/camera-shake detection/sound detection) Indicator Meaning Slideshow Set Warning Playback mode Indicator Meaning Recording image quality (HD/MP4/STD), frame rate (60p/50p/60i/50i/24p/25p), recording mode (PS/FX/FH/HQ/LP) and movie size 60min Remaining battery Recording/playback/editing media 0:00:00 Counter (hour:minute:second) 00min Estimated remaining recording time 9999 Approximate number of recordable photos and photo size 8.9M...
  • Page 35 101-0005 Protect Indicators and their positions are approximate and may differ from what you actually see. Some indicators may not appear, depending on your camcorder model. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 36: About Language Setting

    [Setup] General Settings] [Language Setting] a desired language. Playback Back to top Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 37: Supplied Items

    Built-in USB Cable of the camcorder is too short for connection. Step Down Ring (1) Rechargeable battery pack NP-FV50 (1) “Operating Guide” (1) Notes The “PlayMemories Home” software and “PlayMemories Home Help Guide” can be downloaded from the Sony website. [Details] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 38: Attaching The Supplied Accessories

    You cannot attach the wide end conversion lens/wide conversion lens, if the Step Down Ring is attached. To remove Step Down Ring, turn it in the opposite direction from that of the arrow. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 39: Charging The Battery Pack Using The Ac Adaptor

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Getting started > Charging the battery pack > Charging the battery pack using the AC Adaptor Operation Search Before use Charging the battery pack using the AC Adaptor Getting started 1. Turn off your camcorder by closing the LCD screen, and attach the battery pack ( Recording Align the indentation on the camcorder and projection on the battery pack, then slide the battery Playback...
  • Page 40: Np-fv50 (supplied) 155

    Disconnect the AC Adaptor from the camcorder, while holding both the camcorder and the DC plug. Related topics Expected time of recording and playback with each battery pack Remaining battery indicator: Screen indicators Using your camcorder abroad [Power Save] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 41: Charging The Battery Pack Using Your Computer

    You can charge the battery by connecting the Built-in USB Cable to a wall outlet (wall socket) using an AC-UD10 USB charger/AC Adaptor (sold separately). You cannot use a Sony CP-AH2R, CP-AL, or AC- UP100 portable power supply device (sold separately) to charge the camcorder.
  • Page 42 Related topics Charging the battery pack using the AC Adaptor Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 43 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Getting started > Turning the power on, and setting the date and time > Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Operation Search Before use Turning the power on, and setting the date and time Getting started 1.
  • Page 44 ADJ] to [Off] (models with GPS). Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information [Power On By LCD] To set the date and time again: [Date & Time Setting] To calibrate the touch panel: [Calibration] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 45 You can select a recording medium from the menu. 1. Select [Setup] Media Settings] [Media Select] the desired medium. Contents list Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Screen indicators during recording Expected recording time of movies Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 46: Types Of Memory Card You Can Use With Your Camcorder

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Getting started > Preparing the recording media > Inserting a memory card Operation Search Inserting a memory card Before use Getting started 1. Open the cover and insert the memory card until it clicks. Recording The [Preparing image database file.
  • Page 47: To Eject The Memory Card

    When inserting or ejecting the memory card, be careful so that the memory card does not pop out and drop. Related topics Recording/playback/editing media: Screen indicators during recording Expected recording time of movies Expected number of recordable photos Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 48: Recording Movies

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Recording > Recording > Recording movies Operation Search Recording movies Before use Getting started In the default setting, movies and photos are recorded on the following media. Movies are recorded with Recording high definition image quality (HD).
  • Page 49 [Media Select (HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E)] To display items on the LCD screen all the time: [Display Setting] Recordable time, remaining capacity: [Media Info] Zooming Screen indicators Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 50: Shooting Photos

    When the focus is adjusted properly, AE/AF lock indicator appears on the LCD screen. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Screen indicators during recording Zooming To change the image size: [Image Size] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 51: Screen Indicators During Recording

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Recording > Recording > Screen indicators during recording Operation Search Screen indicators during recording Before use Getting started Described here are icons for both movie recording and photo recording modes. Recording Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device...
  • Page 52 Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 53 You can magnify images up to 30 times using optical zooming in the following cases: When [ SteadyShot] is set to other than [Active]. When the (Photo) mode is selected. Related topics Further zooming: [Digital Zoom] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 54 You cannot use the Dual Capture function when is displayed. Maintenance and precautions You may not be able to shoot photos depending on the setting in [ REC Mode] and [ Frame Rate]. Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 55: Recording In Mirror Mode

    A mirror-image of the subject appears on the LCD screen, but the image will be normal when Playback recorded. Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Back to top Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 56: Intelligent Auto

    Sound detection: (Auto Wind NR) To cancel the Intelligent Auto function, select [Off]. Notes The camcorder may not detect the expected scene or subject, depending on the recording conditions. Related topics [Low Lux] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 57 Make sure to set the [Face Detection] setting to other than [Off] ([Auto] is the default setting). To record subjects other than people (Tracking focus) Touch the subject you want to record. Your camcorder adjusts the focus automatically. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 58 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Recording > Recording information on your location (GPS) > Features available using GPS (Models with GPS) Operation Search Before use Features available using GPS (Models with GPS) Getting started Recording The following features are available if you use the GPS (Global Positioning System) function. Recording location information on movies or photos ([On] is the default setting.) Playback Playing images on a TV...
  • Page 59 A: The camcorder does not have location information. B: The camcorder displays the location information that was previously obtained. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 60 Use the GPS function outdoors and in open areas, where the radio signals can be best received in Troubleshooting such areas. The map always displays the north at the top. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 61 If the camcorder cannot obtain current location information, a marker which indicates the location last acquired is displayed on a map. If the location information that was previously obtained is invalid, the marker does not appear. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 62 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Recording > Recording information on your location (GPS) > Checking the triangulating status (Models with GPS) Operation Search Before use Checking the triangulating status (Models with GPS) Getting started Recording The camcorder displays the status of the GPS signal reception when you are unable to obtain the Playback triangulating information.
  • Page 63 If data on your current location cannot be obtained A display that allows you to triangulate the location again appears. In this case, follow the instructions that appears on the LCD screen. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 64 When the date and time of the camcorder are not correctly set. When the camcorder is moved for a long distance. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Locations or situations where radio signals cannot be received: About GPS (Models with GPS) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 65: Playing Movies And Photos From The Event View Screen

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback > Playback > Playing movies and photos from the Event View screen Operation Search Playing movies and photos from the Event View screen Before use Getting started You can search for recorded images by date and time of recording (Event View). Recording 1.
  • Page 66: Screen Display On The Event View Screen

    Context Play/Pause Stop Play/stop slide show Some buttons described above may not appear, depending on the image being played back. As you repeat selecting during playback, movies are played as fast as about 5 times about 10 times about 30 times about 60 times.
  • Page 67 To prevent your image data from being lost, save all your recorded images on external media periodically. In the default setting, a protected demonstration movie is pre-recorded (models with internal memory). Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 68 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback > Playback > Playing movies and photos from a map (Models with GPS) Operation Search Playing movies and photos from a map (Models with GPS) Before use Getting started You can search for recorded images by location of recording (Map View). Recording 1.
  • Page 69 Volume Previous/Next Delete Fast-reverse/fast-forward Context Play/Pause Stop Play/stop slide show Some buttons described above may not appear, depending on the image being played back. As you repeat selecting during playback, movies are played as fast as about 5 times about 10 times about 30 times about 60 times.
  • Page 70 Also, you may not be able to play back images recorded on other devices with your camcorder. Standard definition image quality (STD) movies recorded on SD memory cards cannot be played on AV equipment of other manufacturers. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 71 Do not eject the memory card while dividing images from the memory card. If you divide movies that are included in saved scenarios, the scenarios will also be deleted. Related topics [Delete] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 72 If the movie you are capturing from has no data code, the recording date and time of the photo will be the date and time you captured from the movie. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 73 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback > Highlight playback > Enjoying a digest of your movies (Highlight Playback) Operation Search Enjoying a digest of your movies (Highlight Playback) Before use Getting started You can enjoy a digest of high definition image quality (HD) movies and photos, similar to a short movie. Recording 1.
  • Page 74 Changing the settings for Highlight Playback Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 75: Changing The Settings For Highlight Playback

    However, if the Highlight Playback function was started from the Event View screen and you set the [Highlight Point], the point can take effect on the Map View also (models with GPS). Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 76 When you connect the camcorder to an external device, such as a TV, and watch Highlight Scenario, these images do not appear on the LCD screen of the camcorder. The scenarios can be played on this camcorder only. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 77: To Play Back A Highlight Movie

    B: Your camcorder plays the Highlight Movie saved. To play back a Highlight Movie 1. Select [Playback Function] [Highlight Movie] and select the desired Highlight Movie. To erase Highlight Movie, select while the Highlight Movie is playing. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 78 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback > Using the built-in projector > Using the built-in projector (Models with a projector) Operation Search Before use Using the built-in projector (Models with a projector) Getting started Recording You can use a flat surface such as a wall as a screen to view recorded images using the built-in projector.
  • Page 79 When the projected images contain a lot of black, faint color unevenness may appear. This is caused by light reflection in the projector lens and is not a malfunction. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 80 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Playback > Using the built-in projector > Using the projector for your computer or smartphone (Models with a projector) Operation Search Before use Using the projector for your computer or smartphone (Models with a projector) Getting started Recording...
  • Page 81 Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 82: Connecting The Camcorder To A High Definition Tv

    Use the supplied AC Adaptor as the power source. [Details] When movies are recorded with standard image quality (STD), they are played back in standard definition image quality (STD) even on a high definition TV. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 83 Wide Mode] to [4:3] to record movies with 4:3 aspect ratio. If you connect your camcorder to the TV using more than one type of cable to output images, HDMI input takes priority on the TV. Related topics Type] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 84 Set [TV Type] to [16:9] or [4:3] according to your TV. Playback Related topics Playing images on a TV [Wide Mode] Saving images with an external Back to top device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 85 (left channel) or red (right channel) plug to the audio input jack of your TV or VCR. Playing images on a TV Back to top Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 86: Connecting The Camcorder To A Tv Via A Vcr

    VCR to LINE (VIDEO 1, VIDEO 2, etc.). Playback Back to top Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 87 When you connect your camcorder with the supplied HDMI cable, the sound of high definition image quality (HD) movies recorded in 5.1ch sound is automatically output in 5.1ch sound. The sound of standard definition image quality (STD) movies is converted to 2ch. Related topics [Audio Mode] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 88 The operation of “BRAVIA” Sync differs according to each model of BRAVIA. Refer to the instruction manual of your TV for details. Maintenance and precautions If you turn off the TV, your camcorder is turned off simultaneously. Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 89: Playing Images On A Computer

    The “PlayMemories Home” software is not supported with Mac. To import images from the camcorder to your Mac and play them, use the appropriate software on your Mac. For details, visit the following URL. http://www.sony.co.jp/imsoft/Mac/ Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 90: Checking The Computer System

    64-bit editions and Starter (Edition) are not supported. Windows Image Mastering API (IMAPI) Ver.2.0 or newer is required to use disc creation function, etc. Starter (Edition) is not supported. Faster processor is recommended. Notes Operation with all computer environments is not assured. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 91: Notes On Installation

    All image files may be shown as separate files on a computer, however, the files will be handled properly by the import function and the playback function of the camcorder or the “PlayMemories Home” software. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 92 2. Select [Yes] on the camcorder screen. Customizing your camcorder 3. Disconnect the USB cable. Troubleshooting If you are using Windows 7 or Windows 8, click , then click Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 93: The Devices On Which The Created Disc Can Be Played Back

    Playing images on a TV DVD disc with high definition image quality (HD) Saving images with an external ® AVCHD format playback devices, such as a Sony Blu-ray disc player or a PlayStation device Notes Using the Wi-Fi function The AVCHD recording disc can be played back only on AVCHD format compatible devices.
  • Page 94 If the icon is not displayed on the computer screen, click [Start] [All Programs] [PlayMemories Home] the desired item. For details on “PlayMemories Home,” select (“PlayMemories Home Help Guide”) on the software or visit the PlayMemories Home support page (http://www.sony.co.jp/pmh-se/). Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 95: Downloading The Dedicated Software For The Camcorder

    Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Notes The software that can be used with your camcorder will differ, depending on the countries/regions. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 96 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Saving images with an external device > Saving images on an external media device > Saving images on an external media device easily Operation Search Before use Saving images on an external media device easily Getting started Recording You can save movies and photos on an external media device (USB storage devices), such as an...
  • Page 97 Operation is not guaranteed with all devices satisfying the operating requirements. For details on available external media devices, go to the Sony support website in your country/region. The number of scenes you can save on the external media device is as follows. However, even if the external media device has free space, you cannot save scenes exceeding the following number.
  • Page 98 [Copy], and then follow the instructions that appear on the LCD screen to save images. If you want to copy images that have not yet been copied, select [Edit/Copy] [Direct Copy] while your camcorder is connected to the external media device. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 99 Event View screen. To play back high definition image quality (HD) movies on your computer On the “PlayMemories Home” software, select the drive that represents the external media device connected, and then play movies. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 100 USB hub Playing images on a TV media devices with built-in USB hub card reader Saving images with an external device Back to top Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 101 (left channel) or the red (right channel) plug to the audio input jack on the device. Related topics Copying date and time information: [Data Code] Using 4:3 screen size display device: Type] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 102 The Wi-Fi connection may be lost suddenly depending on your network environment. In addition, loss of Wi-Fi connection may cause recording to stop automatically. Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Related topics Contents list Attaching the wireless adaptor Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 103 Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions To remove the wireless adaptor Contents list Remove the wireless adaptor by sliding backward while pressing down. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 104: Using Your Smartphone Or Tablet As A Wireless Remote Commander

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Using the Wi-Fi function > What you can do with the Wi-Fi function > What you can do with the Wi-Fi function Operation Search Before use What you can do with the Wi-Fi function Getting started Recording Attaching the wireless adaptor ADP-WL1M (sold separately) to the camcorder, following functions are...
  • Page 105 Related topics Ctrl with Smartphone Send to Smartphone Send to Computer Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 106: Ctrl With Smartphone

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Using the Wi-Fi function > Available menus with the wireless adaptor attached > Ctrl with Smartphone Operation Search Before use Ctrl with Smartphone Getting started Recording You can operate the camcorder using your smartphone or tablet as a wireless remote commander. 1.
  • Page 107 A: START/STOP button ( (Movie) mode) / PHOTO button ( (Photo) mode) B: Zoom button (W: Wide angle / T: Telephoto) (Movie) / (Photo) mode switching button D: Setting button ( (Photo) mode only) You can also perform the zoom operation with the zoom lever on your smartphone. Functions that can be set with the setting button Self- Select [Off] or [10sec].
  • Page 108 3. Enter the password displayed on the camcorder. To connect an iOS smartphone to the camcorder 1. Open the settings menu. 2. Select Wi-Fi. 3. Select the SSID displayed on the camcorder.
  • Page 109 4. Enter the password displayed on the camcorder. 5. Confirm that the SSID displayed on the camcorder is selected. 6. Start up “PlayMemories Mobile.” Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 110: Send To Smartphone

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Using the Wi-Fi function > Available menus with the wireless adaptor attached > Send to Smartphone Operation Search Before use Send to Smartphone Getting started Recording You can transfer movies (MP4) and photos to your smartphone or tablet. 1.
  • Page 111 6. Confirm that the SSID and a password are displayed on the camcorder LCD screen. A: SSID B: Password 7. On your smartphone, select the SSID displayed on the camcorder LCD screen, and then enter the password displayed on the camcorder LCD screen. A connection is established between the smartphone and camcorder, and images are transferred from the camcorder to the smartphone.
  • Page 112 2. Select the SSID displayed on the camcorder. 3. Enter the password displayed on the camcorder. To connect an iOS smartphone to the camcorder 1. Open the settings menu. 2. Select Wi-Fi.
  • Page 113 3. Select the SSID displayed on the camcorder. 4. Enter the password displayed on the camcorder. 5. Confirm that the SSID displayed on the camcorder is selected. 6. Start up “PlayMemories Mobile.”...
  • Page 114 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 115: Send To Computer

    Recording You can save movies and photos to your computer. 1. Install the software on your computer. Playback For Windows: PlayMemories Home www.sony.net/pm Playing images on a TV For Mac: Wireless Auto Import Saving images with an external http://www.sony.co.jp/imsoft/Mac/ device...
  • Page 116 Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 117: Wps Push

    Maintenance and precautions communication distance may be shorter. Move the camcorder or decrease the distance between the camcorder and the access point. Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 118: Access Point Settings

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Using the Wi-Fi function > Available menus with the wireless adaptor attached > Access point settings Operation Search Before use Access point settings Getting started Recording You can register your access point manually. 1.
  • Page 119 When you set [IP address setting] to [Manual setting], enter the IP address to gateway match your network environment. Priority Connection Selects [On] or [Off]. Notes To give the registered access point priority, set [Priority Connection] to [On]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 120: Edit Device Name

    Playing images on a TV For input method, refer to “How to use the keyboard.” [Details] Saving images with an external Back to top device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 121: Disp Mac Address

    [Disp MAC Address]. Playback The MAC address is displayed. Playing images on a TV Back to top Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 122 Connection] [SSID/PW Reset] Saving images with an external Notes device After resetting the SSID/password, you must set the smartphone again. Using the Wi-Fi function Back to top Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 123 Playing images on a TV Notes Saving images with an external After resetting the connection information, you must set the smartphone again. device Using the Wi-Fi function Back to top Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 124: Airplane Mode

    When [Airplane Mode] is set to [On], the GPS function also is temporarily deactivated (models with Saving images with an external GPS). device Using the Wi-Fi function Related topics Customizing your camcorder Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Troubleshooting Back to top Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 125 The Wi-Fi function is not available. Using the Wi-Fi function [Airplane Mode] is set to [On]. Set to [Off] to use the Wi-Fi function. Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 126: Setting Up Menu Items

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Using menu items > Setting up menu items Operation Search Setting up menu items Before use Getting started The camcorder has various menu items under each of 6 menu categories. Recording Shooting Mode (Items for selecting a shooting mode) Camera/Mic (Items for customized shooting)
  • Page 127 Grayed out menu items or settings are not available. Your camcorder displays the reason why you cannot select the menu item or the instruction of under which condition you can set the menu item. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 128 You can select the movie recording mode. Recording [Shooting Mode] [Movie]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 129 You can select the photo shooting mode. Recording [Shooting Mode] [Photo]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 130 The camcorder records a move of approximately 3 seconds before the START/STOP button is pressed. Notes You cannot record sound. Image quality is not as good as that of normal recording. REC Mode] will be set to [Standard ] automatically. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 131: Golf Shot

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Shooting Mode > Golf Shot Operation Search Golf Shot Before use Getting started Recording Divides 2 seconds of fast movement into frames which are then recorded as a movie and photos. You can view a series of movement when playing back, which is convenient in cases such as checking golf Playback swing or tennis form.
  • Page 132 The image recorded may be noisy when your camcorder has failed to analyze the shot properly because there may be movement in background of the [Golf Shot] recording screen. It is recommended that you record images under stable conditions (for example, using a tripod). Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 133: White Balance

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > White Balance Operation Search White Balance Before use Getting started You can adjust the color balance to the recording environment. Recording Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function...
  • Page 134 Set [White Balance] to [Auto] or adjust the color in [One Push] under white or cool white fluorescent lamps. While you are recording a movie, (One Push) cannot be set. If you set [White Balance], [Scene Selection] is set to [Auto]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 135 2. Touch the subject of which you want to adjust the exposure and focus. Customizing your camcorder To adjust the brightness and focus automatically, touch [Auto]. Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Notes [Exposure] and [Focus] are automatically set to [Manual]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 136 2. Touch the subject of which you want to adjust the exposure. To return the setting to automatic exposure, touch [Auto]. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Notes [Exposure] is automatically set to [Manual]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 137: Spot Focus

    2. Touch the subject of which you want to adjust the focus. Customizing your camcorder To adjust the focus automatically, touch [Auto]. Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Notes [Focus] is automatically set to [Manual]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 138 Maintenance and precautions Auto The exposure is adjusted automatically. Contents list Manual Select if the subject is white or the backlight is bright, or select if the subject is black or the light is dim. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 139: To Adjust The Focus

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Focus Operation Search Focus Before use Getting started You can adjust the focus manually. You can select this function also when you want to focus on a Recording certain subject intentionally.
  • Page 140 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 141 Contents list On (Adjusted number and EV) Adjust the automatic exposure level using when the subject is white or the background is bright, and when the subject is dark or the light is dim. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 142 Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions The white balance is adjusted automatically. Contents list On ( and adjusted number) Adjust the white balance using when the images appear bluish, and when the images appear reddish. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 143 Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions The Low Lux function is not used. Contents list On ( ) The Low Lux function is used. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 144: Scene Selection

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Scene Selection Operation Search Scene Selection Before use Getting started You can record images effectively in various situations. Recording [Camera/Mic] Camera Settings] [Scene Selection]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function...
  • Page 145 Adjusted to focus on subjects farther away only. Adjusted not to focus on subjects a short distance away. Notes If you set [Scene Selection], the [White Balance] and [ Cinematone] settings are canceled. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 146 Uses the Cinematone function. Notes When you switch the [ Cinematone] function on or off, the image will be paused temporarily. When [ Cinematone] is set to [On], the [Scene Selection] setting changes to [Auto]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 147 Fades in/out with the white effect. Black Fader ( Fades in/out with the black effect. Images recorded using the [Black Fader] effect may appear dark on the index screen. Notes When you press START/STOP, the setting is cleared. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 148 Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Cancels the self-timer. Contents list On ( Starts the self-timer recording. To cancel the recording, select [Reset]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 149: Tele Macro

    37 cm (14 5/8 in.). Notes When recording a distant subject, focusing may be difficult and can take some time. Adjust the focus manually when it is hard to focus automatically. Related topics Zooming [Focus] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 150 The angle of view will be changed after changing the settings of the [ SteadyShot] function. You can magnify images up to 30 times using optical zooming in the following cases. When [ SteadyShot] is set to other than [Active]. When the (Photo) mode is selected. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 151 Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 2. Select the desired item. Maintenance and precautions Contents list The SteadyShot function is used. Off ( The SteadyShot function is not used. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 152: Digital Zoom

    Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Digital zoom cannot be used. Contents list Up to 350 zoom is performed digitally. A: The zooming zone appears when you select [350 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 153: Conversion Lens

    Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 2. Select the desired item. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Select this when you do not use a conversion lens. Tele Conversion ( Select this when you use a tele-conversion lens. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 154: Auto Back Light

    Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions The exposure for backlit subjects is adjusted automatically. Contents list Does not adjust the exposure for backlit subjects. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 155: Face Detection

    The subject faces directly towards the camera. Notes Faces may not be detected depending on recording conditions, subject conditions, and the setting of your camcorder. Related topics Recording the selected subject clearly (Face Priority) [Smile Shutter] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 156: Smile Shutter

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Camera/Mic > Smile Shutter Operation Search Smile Shutter Before use Getting started The shutter is released automatically when the camcorder detects a smile. Recording If you do not want to take photos automatically, select [Off]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external...
  • Page 157 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 158: Smile Sensitivity

    2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Big Smile Maintenance and precautions Detects a big smile. Contents list Normal Smile Detects a normal smile. Slight Smile Detects even a slight smile. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 159: Closer Voice

    When you set [Audio Rec Level] to [Manual], [Closer Voice] is set to [Off] automatically. When you want to record the sound clearly without any interference, for example when you record a music concert, set [Closer Voice] to [Off]. Related topics [Face Detection] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 160 The microphone does not record sound following zooming in or out. Contents list On ( The microphone records sound following zooming in or out. Notes When you set [Audio Rec Level] to [Manual], [Blt-in Zoom Mic] is set to [Off] automatically. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 161: Auto Wind Nr

    Reduces the wind noise. Notes When you set [Auto Wind NR] to [Off], Intelligent Auto is set to [Off]. [Auto Wind NR] will not function while an external microphone is attached to your camcorder. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 162: Audio Mode

    Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 5.1ch Surround ( Maintenance and precautions Records sound in 5.1ch surround. Contents list 2ch Stereo ( Records sound in 2ch stereo. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 163: Audio Rec Level

    When you are using a dedicated microphone that is connected with the Multi Interface Shoe, the recording level setting will be invalid, and you will not be able to adjust the recording level. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 164 2. Select the menu item that you want to assign to a My Button using Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list 3. Select one of the My Buttons to which the menu item will be assigned. 4. Select Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 165: Grid Line

    Contents list Does not display the grid lines. Displays the grid lines. Notes The outer frame of grid lines shows the display area of a TV which is not compatible with full pixel display. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 166: Display Setting

    Always displays. The rec & zoom buttons on the LCD screen is not displayed. Notes You cannot change the setting of the icons or indicators on the LCD screen while in the playback mode. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 167: Audio Level Display

    Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder 2. Select the desired item. Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Displays audio level meter. Contents list Does not display the audio level meter. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 168: Rec Mode

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Image Quality/Size > REC Mode Operation Search REC Mode Before use Getting started You can switch the recording mode to select the movie quality when recording high definition image Recording quality (HD) movies.
  • Page 169: Types Of Media Devices On Which The Images Can Be Saved

    Frame Rate] is set to [60p] (models with the NTSC color system) or [50p] (models with the PAL color system). ** Models with internal memory Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information [Frame Rate] Recording standard definition image quality (STD) movie: HD/MP4/STD Setting Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 170: Frame Rate

    It is recommended that you record movies with this setting using a tripod. * HDR-CX430V/ PJ430/ PJ430V ** HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430E/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E Notes The media that the recorded images can be saved on will depend on the recording mode that has been set during recording.
  • Page 171 Records movies in standard definition image quality (STD). This is useful for saving your movies to a DVD. Notes When you play or edit movies, only movies with the selected image quality will be displayed on your camcorder. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 172: Wide Mode

    Records movies to the full screen on a 4:3 TV screen. Notes For details on the holizontal/vertical ratio of the TV that will be connected, refer to the instruction manuals of the TV. Related topics Type] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 173 Select this setting if the recorded movies will be played back on an x.v.Color-compliant TV. Records in ordinary color range. Notes If the movie recorded with this function [On] is played back on a non-x.v.Color-compliant TV, the color may not be reproduced correctly. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 174: Image Size

    Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Notes The image size selected with this setting takes effect for photos taken by the Dual Capture function [Details]. Related topics Expected number of recordable photos Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 175: Event View

    Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Related topics Troubleshooting Playing movies and photos from the Event View screen Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 176 Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Related topics Playing movies and photos from a map (Models with GPS) Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 177: Highlight Movie

    Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired Highlight Movie. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Related topics Maintenance and precautions Converting Highlight Playback scenes or Highlight Scenarios to standard definition image quality (STD) (Highlight Movie) Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 178 Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired scenario. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Related topics Maintenance and precautions Saving Highlight Playback in high definition image quality (HD) (Scenario Save) Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 179 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Edit/Copy > Delete Operation Search Delete Before use Getting started [Edit/Copy] [Delete]. Recording Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function 2.
  • Page 180 Related topics Release protection: [Protect] [Format] To divide a movie: Dividing a movie Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 181: To Remove The Protection Of An Event

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Edit/Copy > Protect Operation Search Protect Before use Getting started Protect movies and photos to avoid deleting them by mistake. Recording will be displayed on the protected images. Playback [Edit/Copy] [Protect].
  • Page 182 Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 183 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Edit/Copy > Copy Operation Search Copy Before use Getting started You can copy images stored on the recording media of the camcorder. The original copy of the image Recording will not be deleted after the copy operation has been completed.
  • Page 184 Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Checking the image copied: [Media Select (HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E)] Saving images on an external media device easily Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 185: Direct Copy

    Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 3. Follow the instructions that appear on the LCD screen. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Related topics Saving images on an external media device easily Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 186 Media Settings] [Media Select]. Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 2. Select the desired recording medium. Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 187: Media Info

    Since there is a management file area, the used space is not displayed as 0 % even if you perform Contents list [Format]. [Details] Related topics [Media Select (HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E)] Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 188 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Setup > Format Operation Search Format Before use Getting started Formatting deletes all the movies and photos to recover recordable free space. Recording [Setup] Media Settings] [Format]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device...
  • Page 189 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 190 Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder 2. Select the recording medium that you want to repair, and then select Troubleshooting Back to top Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 191: File Number

    Assigns file numbers in sequence, following the largest file number existing on the recording medium. When the memory card is replaced with another one, the file number is assigned for each memory card. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 192: Data Code

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Customizing your camcorder > Setup > Data Code Operation Search Data Code Before use Getting started During playback, your camcorder displays the information recorded automatically at the time of Recording recording. You can check the following information. [Setup] Playback Settings] [Data Code].
  • Page 193 Coordinates (Models with GPS) Latitude Longitude Notes The data code is displayed on the TV screen if you connect your camcorder to a TV. Depending on the recording media condition, [-- -- --] may appear. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 194 Playback Settings] [Volume]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder 2. Adjust the volume using Troubleshooting Back to top Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 195 Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder 2. Follow the instructions that appear on the display. Troubleshooting For details, refer to “Music Transfer” Help. Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 196 Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Notes If you delete music files using [Empty Music], the music data recorded on your camcorder at the Maintenance and precautions factory will be deleted as well. Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 197 Movies and photos recorded in 16:9 (wide) mode Movies and photos recorded in 4:3 mode Select this to view your movies and photos on a 4:3 standard TV. Movies and photos recorded in 16:9 (wide) mode Movies and photos recorded in 4:3 mode Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 198: Hdmi Resolution

    Outputs the 480p*/576p** signal. 480i* / 576i** Outputs the 480i*/576i** signal. * HDR-CX430V/ PJ430/ PJ430V ** HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430VE/ CX510E/ PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430E/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E Notes When [ Frame Rate] is set to [60p]*/[50p]** and [HDMI Resolution] is set to [720p/480p]*/[720p/576p]** or [480p]*/[576p]**, HDMI signals cannot be output during recording.
  • Page 199 Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder 2. Select the desired item. Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Operates your camcorder using the TV’s Remote Commander. Does not operate your camcorder using the TV’s Remote Commander. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 200: Usb Connect

    USB Cable. [Setup] Connection] [USB Connect]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 201: Usb Connect Setting

    Windows 7 or Windows 8, set [USB Connect Setting] to [Auto]. * “Device Stage” is a menu of Windows 7 or Windows 8, that is used to manage devices (camcorder, camera, etc.) that are connected to the computer. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 202: Usb Lun Setting

    2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Multi Maintenance and precautions Use this setting for ordinary operations. Contents list Single Try this setting only if you cannot connect to an external device. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 203 Using the Wi-Fi function 2. Select the desired item. Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions A melody sounds when you start/stop recording, or operate your camcorder. Contents list Cancels the melody. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 204: Lcd Brightness

    Troubleshooting Normal Maintenance and precautions Normal setting (normal brightness). Contents list Bright Select this when the LCD screen is not bright enough. This adjustment does not affect the recorded images in any way. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 205 Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Your current location appears on the Map View. Maintenance and precautions Related topics Contents list Obtaining a map of the current location (triangulation priority mode) (Models with GPS) Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 206 Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 2. Select the desired item. Maintenance and precautions Contents list Normal setting. On ( Use the setting when you are on board an airplane. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 207 Contents list Receives GPS signals. The location information will not be recorded until triangulating is finished successfully. Does not receive GPS signals. The location information that has previously been recorded will be invalid. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 208 Turns the power on or off by opening or closing the LCD screen. Contents list Does not turn the power on or off by opening or closing the LCD screen. If you want to close the LCD screen while recording a movie, select this setting. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 209: Language Setting

    General Settings] [Language Setting]. Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting 2. Select the desired language. Maintenance and precautions Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 210 If you did not press the right spot, try the calibration again. Do not use a sharp-pointed object for calibration. Doing so may damage the LCD screen. You cannot calibrate the LCD screen if it is rotated, or closed with the screen facing out. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 211: Battery Info

    General Settings] [Battery Info]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder The battery information appears. Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 212: Power Save

    The camcorder turns off automatically if you do not attempt to operate your camcorder for more than about 1 minute. The backlight of the LCD screen is always on brightly. The camcorder does not turn off automatically. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 213 Even if you use this function, all movies and photos are retained. [Setup] General Settings] [Initialize]. Playback Playing images on a TV Saving images with an external device Using the Wi-Fi function Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 214: Demo Mode

    The movie is saved on the internal memory (models with internal memory). The movie is recorded with high definition image quality (HD). When you operate your camcorder, the demonstration playback will be suspended. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 215: Date & Time Setting

    You can change this setting without stopping the clock. Contents list Does not set the summertime. Sets the summertime. The clock is set to move the time forward 1 hour. Date & Time You can set the clock. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 216: Area Setting

    Select this item when you want to use the camcorder with the area setting set to another place. For models with GPS Set the area. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information World time difference Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 217 The clock may not be adjusted to the correct time automatically using the GPS system, depending on the country/region selected for your camcorder. In this case, set [Auto Clock ADJ ] to [Off]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 218 You must set the date and time on your camcorder before use. [Details] The camcorder may not compensate for the time difference automatically, depending on the country/region selected for your camcorder. In this case, set [Auto Area ADJ] to [Off]. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 219: If You Have Problems

    During repair, we may check a minimum amount of data stored on the internal memory (models Contents list with internal memory) in order to investigate the problem. However, your Sony dealer will neither copy nor retain your data. Related topics...
  • Page 220: Overall Operations

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting > Overall operations Operation Search Overall operations Before use Getting started The power does not turn on. Recording Attach a charged battery pack to the camcorder. [Details] Playback The plug of the AC Adaptor has been disconnected from the wall outlet (wall socket). Connect it to Playing images on a TV the wall outlet (wall socket).
  • Page 221 [Low Lux] [Scene Selection] Cinematone] [Auto Wind NR] [Tele Macro] SteadyShot] SteadyShot] [Auto Back Light] [Face Detection] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 222: The Power Abruptly Turns Off

    [Details] Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly. If the problem persists, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet (wall socket) and contact your Sony dealer. The battery pack may be damaged. [Details] The remaining battery time indicator does not indicate the correct time.
  • Page 223 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 224: Lcd Screen

    In the default setting, the backlight of the LCD screen turns off automatically if you do not attempt to operate your camcorder for more than about 1 minute ([Power Save]). [Details] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 225: Memory Card

    Contents list Images cannot be played back or the memory card is not recognized. The playback device does not support playing back memory cards. [Details] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 226 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting > Recording Operation Search Recording Before use Getting started Refer also to “Memory card”. Recording Pressing START/STOP or PHOTO does not record images. Playback Playing images on a TV The playback screen is displayed.
  • Page 227: The Auto Focus Does Not Function

    On your camcorder, there may be a slight time difference between the moment when you press START/STOP and when the actual movie recording starts/stops. This is not a malfunction. The horizontal to vertical ratio of the movie (16:9 (wide)/4:3) cannot be changed.
  • Page 228: Photos Are Recorded Automatically

    [Details] Photos are recorded automatically. In the default setting, photos are recorded automatically when the camcorder detects a smile ([Smile Shutter]). [Details] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 229: Images Cannot Be Played Back

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting > Troubleshooting > Playback Operation Search Playback Before use Getting started Images cannot be played back. Recording Select the type of recording media you want to play back. (models with internal memory) [Details] Playback Select the image quality of the movie you want to play back.
  • Page 230 Movies play automatically as a demonstration movie when the filmed movie meets a certain condition on your camcorder. This is not a malfunction. [Details] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 231 Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions The demonstration movies cannot be deleted (models with internal memory). Contents list Release the protection, and then delete them. [Details] Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 232: Playback On The Tv

    Highlight Playback or a scenario will not appear on the LCD screen of the camcorder while it is connected to a TV and play back images. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 233 [Details] Saving images with an external device Related topics Using the Wi-Fi function Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Customizing your camcorder Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 234: Connecting To A Computer

    When both the Built-in USB Cable and the USB jack of the camcorder are connected to the external devices at the same time, disconnect the one that is not connected to a computer. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 235: Self-diagnosis Display

    If indicators appear on the LCD screen, check the following. Recording If the problem persists even after you have tried to fix a couple of times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. When you contact them, give them the complete error code Playback beginning with C or E displayed on the screen.
  • Page 236 No memory card is inserted. [Details] Fast flashing There is not enough free spaces for recording images. After storing the images on other media, delete unnecessary images [Details], or format the memory card [Details]. The image data base file may be damaged. Check the data base file by selecting [Setup] Media Settings]...
  • Page 237 Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 238 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting > Self-diagnosis display/Warning indicators > Warning Indicators Operation Search Warning Indicators Before use Getting started If messages appear on the screen, follow the instructions. Recording Playback Cannot recognize the internal memory. Format and use again. Playing images on a TV The internal memory of the camcorder is set differently from the default format.
  • Page 239 Since the database information of high definition image quality (HD) movies has been damaged, there are inconsistencies between the information in the database and the information in the file. Select to back up the high definition image quality (HD) movies and repair the database file. You cannot see the backed-up movies on the camcorder.
  • Page 240 Deleting movies/photos Protecting movies/photos, or releasing the protection Copying movies/photos Data protected. You tried to delete protected data. Release the protection of the data. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 241: About The Avchd Format

    As the AVCHD format uses a compression coding technology, the picture may be disturbed in device scenes where picture, field angles or brightness, etc. change drastically, but this is not a malfunction. Using the Wi-Fi function Back to top Customizing your camcorder Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 242: On Gps Use Restriction

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > Maintenance and precautions > About GPS (Models with GPS) Operation Search Before use About GPS (Models with GPS) Getting started Recording The GPS (Global Positioning System) is a system that calculates geographical location from highly accurate US space satellites.
  • Page 243 The map data of the camcorder is copyrighted. Unauthorized copying or other usage of the map data may be contrary to the copyright laws. On the navigation function The camcorder does not have a navigation function that uses GPS. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 244 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > Maintenance and precautions > About the memory card Operation Search About the memory card Before use Getting started A memory card formatted by a computer (Windows OS/Mac OS) is not guaranteed to be compatible Recording with your camcorder.
  • Page 245 “Memory Stick PRO Duo” media. This product cannot record or play back data that uses “MagicGate” technology. “MagicGate” is a copyright protection technology that records and transfers the contents in an encrypted format. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 246 "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > Maintenance and precautions > About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack Operation Search Before use About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack Getting started Recording Your camcorder operates only with an “InfoLITHIUM” V series battery packs. “InfoLITHIUM”...
  • Page 247 Battery capacity decreases over time and through repeated use. If the interval between charges becomes significantly short, the battery pack may need to be replaced with a new one. Each battery’s life depends on storage, operating and environmental conditions. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 248: Notes On Use

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > About handling of your camcorder > On use and care Operation Search On use and care Before use Getting started On recording Recording Notes on use LCD Panel Playback About this manual, illustrations and on-screen displays Playing images on a TV...
  • Page 249: On Use And Care

    are normal results of the manufacturing process and do not affect the recording in any way. A: White, red, blue or green points B: Black points About this manual, illustrations and on-screen displays Design and specifications of your camcorder and accessories are subject to change without notice. In this manual, the internal memory (models with internal memory) of the camcorder and the memory card are called “recording media.”...
  • Page 250: When Not Using Your Camcorder For A Long Time

    LCD panel. The image data that has been recorded may be lost. Notes on optional accessories We recommend using genuine Sony accessories. Genuine Sony accessories may not be available in some countries/regions. Multi interface shoe...
  • Page 251: On Handling The Lcd Screen

    When the lens is exposed to salty air such as at the seaside Store in a well-ventilated location subject to little dirt or dust. To prevent mold, periodically clean and store the lens as described above. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 252 When you bring your camcorder from a cold place into a warm place, put your camcorder in a plastic Troubleshooting bag and seal it tightly. Remove the bag when the air temperature inside the plastic bag has reached Maintenance and precautions the surrounding temperature (after about 1 hour). Back to top Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 253 Connect your camcorder to a wall outlet (wall socket) using the supplied AC Adaptor, and leave it with Troubleshooting the LCD screen closed for more than 24 hours. Back to top Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 254 It is recommended that you perform [Empty] to prevent the recovery of your data. Saving images with an external [Details] device Using the Wi-Fi function Related topics Customizing your camcorder Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 255 25 ˚C (77 °F). It is recommended that you charge the battery in a temperature range of 10 ˚C to 30 ˚C (50 °F to 86 °F). Maintenance and precautions * The charging times are measured without using the USB Connection support cable. Contents list Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 256: Table Of Contents

    Approximate time available when you use a fully charged battery pack. Using the Wi-Fi function (unit: minute) Customizing your camcorder HDR-CX400E/ CX410VE/ CX430V/ CX430VE/ CX510E Troubleshooting Maintenance and precautions Battery pack Continuous recording time Typical recording time Contents list...
  • Page 257: Np-fv50 (supplied)

    NP-FV50 (supplied) 240 240 NP-FV70 490 490 NP-FV100 980 980 1,045 HDR-PJ420E/ PJ420VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE/ PJ510E Battery pack Image quality MP4 STD NP-FV50 (supplied) 225 225 NP-FV70 465 465 NP-FV100 925 925 Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 258: Expected Recording Time Of Movies

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > Recording time of movies/number of recordable photos > Expected recording time of movies Operation Search Before use Expected recording time of movies Getting started Expected recording time of movies Recording Bit-rate and recording pixels Playback...
  • Page 259 HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ430/ PJ430E/ PJ430V/ PJ430VE High definition image quality (HD) in h (hour) and min (minute) Recording time Recording mode HDR-PJ430/ HDR-CX430V/ CX430VE/ PJ430V/ PJ430E PJ430VE [60p Quality ]/ [50p Quality 2 h 30 min 2 h 15 min (2 h 30 min) (2 h 15 min) 2 h 40 min...
  • Page 260 (unit: minute) Recording mode 16 GB 32 GB 64 GB [Standard (200) (410) (825) When using a Sony memory card. Notes The recordable time may vary depending on the recording and subject conditions, [REC Mode] [Details] and [ Frame Rate] [Details].
  • Page 261 Standard definition image quality (STD): HQ: Approx. 9 Mbps (average) 720 576 pixels/ 50i, STD 9 M (HQ), 16:9/ 4:3 Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Expected number of recordable photos Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 262: Expected Number Of Recordable Photos

    Capturing a photo from a movie: 1,920 1,080 dots/16:9 360 dots/16:9 480 dots/4:3 Notes The unique pixel array of Sony’s ClearVid and the image processing system (BIONZ) allow still image resolution equivalent to the sizes described. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 263: Using Your Camcorder Abroad

    "Handycam" User Guide Search Print Top page > Maintenance and precautions > Using your camcorder abroad > Using your camcorder abroad Operation Search Before use Using your camcorder abroad Getting started Power supply Recording You can use your camcorder in any countries/regions using the AC Adaptor supplied with your Playback camcorder within the AC 100 V to 240 V, 50 Hz/60 Hz range.
  • Page 264 –08:00 LosAngeles/Tijuana –07:00 Denver/Arizona –06:00 Chicago/MexicoCity –05:00 New York/Bogota –04:00 Santiago –03:30 St. John’s –03:00 Brasilia/Montevideo –02:00 Fernando de Noronha –01:00 Azores/Cape Verde Is. Related topics Information on your camcorder model: Model Information Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 265 Stick XC-HG Duo,” “ ,” “MagicGate,” “ ,” “MagicGate Memory Saving images with an external Stick” and “MagicGate Memory Stick Duo” are trademarks or registered trademarks of Sony device Corporation. “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. Using the Wi-Fi function “x.v.Color”...
  • Page 266 Copies of the licenses (in English) are stored in the internal memory of your camcorder. Establish a Mass Storage connection between your camcorder and a computer, and read the files in the “LICENSE” folder in “PMHOME.” Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation...

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