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HP V5061u / V5061Au
Digital Camcorder
User Manual

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    HP V5061u / V5061Au Digital Camcorder User Manual...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Declaration of Conformity... 6 Trademark Recognition... 6 Safety and Handling Precautions... 6 Camcorder & Battery Recycle Notice... 8 Photography Terms and Definitions ... 9 0 0 0 0 B B B B I ntroduction ... 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 B B B B A ccessories ... 11 Exterior Views ...

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    2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 B B B B A udio Mode... 28 3 3 3 3 B B B B U sing the Camcorder ...29 2 4 2 4 2 4 2 4 B B B B V ideo Recording... 29 Shooting / Playback Photos ...

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    3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 B B B B M enu Options in Video Playback Mode... 53 6.2.1 5 5 B D elete ... 53 6.2.2 5 6 B P rotect ... 54 6.2.3 5 6 B D ate Ranking... 56 3 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 B B B B M enu Options in Photo Mode...

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    6.5.8 7 8 B L anguage... 79 6.5.9 7 9 B F ormat ... 80 6.5.10 8 0 B F ile Numbering ... 81 6.5.11 8 1 B L CD Brightness ... 82 6.5.12 8 2 B I nstant Review ... 83 6.5.13 8 2 B M emory...

  • Page 6: Preface

    This manual is designed to assist you in using your new digital camcorder. All information presented is as accurate as possible but is subject to change without notice. For the latest revision, please visit www.hp.com/support. Copyright This manual contains proprietary information protected by copyright.

  • Page 7: Declaration Of Conformity

    Stop using the Digital Camcorder if any kind of liquid or foreign object enters the Digital Camcorder. Should this occur, power off the Digital Camcorder and contact your dealer for help.

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    It is normal that the temperature of the Digital Camcorder body rises if the Digital Camcorder is on for a long period of time. Do not open the battery cover while the Digital Camcorder is recording.

  • Page 9: Camcorder & Battery Recycle Notice

    Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Camcorder & Battery Recycle Notice In the European Union, do not discard this product and battery as unsorted municipal waste. Contact local...

  • Page 10: Photography Terms And Definitions

    Photography Terms and Definitions Terms Definitions Auto focus refers to a camcorder lens’ ability to adjust its configuration in order to focus properly on a subject regardless of whether it is near or far from Auto Focus the camcorder. Auto focus lenses generally provide...

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    A numerical value that is inversely proportional to the exposure provided to an image sensor to obtain Exposure an image. Images obtained from a camcorder using Value a range of exposure index values will normally provide a range of image quality levels.

  • Page 12: 0 0 0 0 B B B B I Ntroduction

    I ntroduction Accessories 1 1 B This package should contain the following items. Digital Pouch Camcorder Lens Cap Lithium battery 8 USB cable Power cord Quick guide Warranty card Battery charger 9 HDMI cable Cleaning cloth User Manual and Software...

  • Page 13: 1.2 Exterior Views

    1.2 Exterior Views Front View Top View Left View Front View Right View Bottom View Rear View Right view...

  • Page 14: 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 B B B B A Djusting Lcd Display

    Adjusting LCD Display 1 3 1 3 1 3 1 3 B B B B To begin capturing photos and videos, open the LCD display panel as illustrated below.

  • Page 15: 1 1 1 1 B B B B G Etting Started

    Note: Please be careful to insert the SD card(s) as illustrated above so that damage to the SD card(s) and camcorder does not occur. To avoid damaging photos and video files, do not remove or insert the SD card while the camcorder is powered on.

  • Page 16: 2.2 Charging The Battery

    2.2 Charging the Battery It is recommended that the NP-40 Lithium Battery be fully charged before use. First, connect the external battery charger to the AC power source (wall outlet or power strip). Next, plug the battery into the external charger as illustrated below. The battery may take up to 2 1/2 hours to charge.

  • Page 17: 5 1 5 1 5 1 5 B B B B L Oading The Battery

    L oading the Battery 1 5 B Please use only the battery provided or recommended by the manufacturer or dealer. Note: Incorrectly inserting the batteries could result in non-repairable damage. Open battery cover.

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    Insert the battery according to the illustration. The electrode is inside of the camcorder. DO NOT Close the battery cover. use NiMH AA batteries. 1 6 1 6 1 6 1 6 B B B B...

  • Page 19: 7 1 7 1 7 1 7 B B B B U Sing The Touch Screen

    4 1 B While in Playback mode, touch and slide right or left to view the previous or next Video/Photo. icon to enter the Setup menu. icon to zoom in and touch the icon to set the camcorder in playback icon to...

  • Page 20: 2 B R Otate

    2.4.3 R otate 4 2 B While in Playback mode, touch the photo and slide in a half circle motion (as illustrated below) to rotate 90 with each motion.

  • Page 21: 8 1 8 1 8 1 8 B B B B B Uttons & Functions

    SET button 4-Way Direction button Button Function Press the power button to turn the Digital Camcorder ON/OFF. Opening and closing the LCD panel will also power ON/OFF as well. Press the button to display the main menu. There are three operating...

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    Playback button Macro mode selector Button Function This Digital Camcorder has 4X Digital zoom (in Video mode of HD1080p resolution only has 2X digital zoom). Move the Zoom toggle to the right ( ) to zoom in, or move to...

  • Page 23: 9 1 9 1 9 1 9 B B B B A Bout Led Indicators

    About LED Indicators 1 9 B The table below describes the different modes of the camcorder LED indicator and Self-timer indicator. Indicator LED Indicator Self-timer Indicator I nitial Settings Before Use 2 0 B 2.7.1 S etting Date and Time...

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    Touch the desired field on the LCD panel or press LEFT/RIGHT on the 4-Way Direction button to navigate through the date and time field. Touch the up/down icons on the LCD panel or press the 4-Way Direction Button Up/Down to adjust the value. Press the Set store the value you have changed.

  • Page 25: 2 2 2 2 B B B B L Cd Display Information

    L CD Display Information V ideo Mode 2 1 B The following table describes all the icons that are displayed when the Digital Camcorder is in Video mode ( Video mode Motion Detection mode Night mode indicator Exposure Compensation indicator...

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    00:00:00 Memory Status indicator : SD card 1 indicator : SD card 2 indicator : Internal memory indicator (displayed when there is no SD card in camcorder) Backlight indicator Macro Focus indicator White Balance indicator Battery status indicator Remaining recording time indicator...

  • Page 27: 3.2 Photo Mode

    3.2 Photo Mode The following table describes all the icons that are displayed when the Digital Camcorder is in Photo mode ( Photo mode indicator Night mode indicator EV Compensation indicator Artistic Effect indicator Metering mode Memory Status indicator : SD card 1 indicator...

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    0000 Backlight indicator Macro Focus indicator White Balance indicator Battery status indicator Shots remaining, indicates the remaining shots available. Histogram indicator Enter Playback mode touch icon Zoom ratio bar indicator Enter Menu touch icon Flash mode selection (off, auto, fill-in) Resolution indicator Burst mode Self-timer indicator...

  • Page 29: 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 B B B B A Udio Mode

    Audio Mode 2 2 B The following table describes all the icons that are shown when the Digital Camcorder is in Audio mode ( ). 00:00:00 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 B B B B Audio mode...

  • Page 30: 3 3 3 3 B B B B U Sing The Camcorder

    V ideo Recording 2 4 B By default, this camcorder will power up to Video mode ). If the camcorder is not in Video mode, press the until this mode is selected. Press the The Digital Camcorder will store the movie clip automatically on the SD card when the recording stopped.

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    WVGA (848 x 480) QVGA (320 x 240) Note: If 2 SD cards are inserted into the camcorder and if recording capacity fills the first SD card, use the configuration menu to select the 2nd SD card (if inserted) for additional storage.

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    V ideo Live View Frame Capturing 2 5 2 5 2 5 2 5 B B B B There is a convenient design for the user to press the Shutter button at Video mode to capture the Video Live View (unable for HD 1080p resolution) or Playback frame as photo.

  • Page 33: 4.2 Shooting / Playback Photos

    4.2 Shooting / Playback Photos 4.2.1 T aking a Picture 4 4 B Power up the camcorder and press the select Photo mode Press the Shutter button to capture a photo. Photo Mode Indicator button to...

  • Page 34: 5 B P Hoto Playback

    4.2.2 P hoto Playback 4 5 B In the Photo Mode, press Playback button or the Playback touch icon on screen to enter Photo Playback mode, the screen displays the thumbnail images in storage. Playback Use the 4-Way Direction Button to navigate the stored photos.

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    Touch the magnification or minification icon ( ) to magnify or minify the image. When the image is magnified, touch the up/down or left/right icons to move the image. Press the Return icon ( button to return to whole picture view screen after the picture has been magnified.

  • Page 36: 6 2 6 2 6 2 6 B B B B A Udio Recording

    Audio Recording 2 6 B Power up the camcorder and press the Audio Mode Press the Audio Mode is selected. button to start or stop audio recording. until the...

  • Page 37: 7 2 7 2 7 2 7 B B B B V Ideo / Audio Clip Playback

    V ideo / Audio Clip Playback 2 7 B In the Video/Audio mode, press the Playback button or the Playback touch icon on screen to enter Video/Audio Playback mode, the screen displays stored Video/Audio files. Playback Enter Playback mode touch icon Enter Playback mode touch icon...

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    Touch the Left or right arrows at the bottom of the LCD screen or use the 4-Way Direction buttons to browse the stored files To play/pause the playback, press the Recording button or touch the screen icon ( Press the Return icon ( Playback thumbnail view mode to press Playback button or Return icon on screen can return to Video/Audio mode.

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    Adjust the playback the playback speed of the Video by touching the screen icon ( The available playback speed options (when Slow Motion is set to “OFF”) are listed below: Rewind 2X play Rewind 4X play Rewind 8X play 16X play Rewind 2 8 2 8 2 8 2 8 B B B B The available playback speed options...

  • Page 40: 4 4 4 4 B B B B L Cd Display Information

    Folder and file number File Protect indicator Memory Status indicator : SD card 1 indicator : SD card 2 indicator : Internal memory indicator (displayed when there is no SD card in camcorder) Battery status indicator Playback progress length / file total length...

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    Sound volume touch icons Return touch icon Fast forward Playback touch icon Playback/Pause touch icon Fast Rewind Playback touch icon Enter Menu touch icon Resolution indicator Slow Motion Playback touch icon...

  • Page 42: Photo Playback Mode

    DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) indicator File Protect indicator Memory Status indicator : SD card 1 indicator : SD card 2 indicator : Internal memory indicator (displayed when there is no SD card in camcorder) White Balance indicator Battery status indicator Folder and file number...

  • Page 43: 5.3 Audio Playback Mode

    5.3 Audio Playback Mode Please refer to the following table regarding the description of each icon and symbol in audio playback. Return touch icon Magnification indicator touch icon Minification indicator touch icon Enter Menu touch icon Resolution indicator Playback mode icon File Protect indicator Battery status indicator...

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    Memory Status indicator : SD card 1 indicator : SD card 2 indicator : Internal memory indicator (displayed when there is no SD card in camcorder) Folder and file number Playback progress length / file total length Return touch icon...

  • Page 45: 5 5 5 5 B B B B M Enu Options

    3 2 B 6.1.1 V ideo Resolution 4 6 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Resolution. Press the touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 46: 7 B W Hite Balance

    4:3. 6.1.2 W hite Balance 4 7 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight White Balance. Press the or touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 47: 8 B A Pply Artistic Effects

    Tungsten 6.1.3 Apply Artistic Effects 4 8 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Apply Artistic Effects. Press the button or touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 48: 9 B M Etering

    B&W Sepia 6.1.4 M etering 4 9 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Metering. Press the touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

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    This setting is to ensure correct exposure for Spot the object even if the background is very bright or very dark. Use this setting to preserve background Center details while letting lighting conditions at the center of the frame define exposure. Touch the target object on screen for auto Touch AE metering the exposure value.

  • Page 50: 0 B B Acklight

    6.1.5 B acklight 5 0 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Backlight. Press the touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.

  • Page 51: 2 B M Otion Detection

    When Motion Detection is turned on, the camcorder will detect the motion for Video recording without human intervention. When the AE variation is detected, the recording will start immediately. Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Motion Detection.

  • Page 52: Burst

    6.1.8 Burst Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight Burst. Press the the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.

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    Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Video mode. Press the Button to highlight the EV Compensation item. Press the button or touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button to adjust the Exposure value (-2.0 ~ + 2.0).

  • Page 54: 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 B B B B M Enu Options In Video Playback Mode

    M enu Options in Video Playback Mode 3 3 B When in Video Playback thumbnail or single view mode, switch to the video file you would like to set, press the Menu touch icon on LCD display to show the Video Playback options menu; Or in Video Playback single view mode of the selected video file, press the button to show the Video Playback options menu.

  • Page 55: 6 B P Rotect

    Delete the current file Delete all files stored in the Digital Camcorder button or touch the icon on screen to button or...

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    Protect Lock Note: To unlock the file from Protect, repeat steps stated above. When files are not protected, the key icon is not displayed.

  • Page 57: 6 B D Ate Ranking

    6.2.3 D ate Ranking 5 6 B Enter Video Playback options menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Date Ranking. Press the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "Off" or "On". Press the select the item. button or touch the on screen to display the button or touch the icon on the screen to...

  • Page 58: 4 3 4 3 4 3 4 B B B B M Enu Options In Photo Mode

    Menu. 6.3.1 P hoto Resolution 5 7 5 7 5 7 5 7 B B B B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight Resolution. Press the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 59: 8 B W Hite Balance

    6.3.2 W hite Balance 5 8 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight White Balance. Press the the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent or Tungsten.

  • Page 60: 9 B A Pply Artistic Effects

    5 9 B This Digital Camcorder can take standard color images, Black and White images, or Sepia color tone images. Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight Apply Artistic Effects. Press the touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 61: 0 B M Etering

    6.3.4 M etering 6 0 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight Metering. Press the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select Spot, Center or Touch AE.

  • Page 63: 2 B N Ight Mode

    6.3.6 N ight Mode 6 2 B Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight Night Mode. Press the icon on the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button to select On or Off.

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    With 2 sec. Self-Timer: The photo will be taken 2 seconds after the shutter is released. With 10 sec. Self-Timer: The photo will be taken 10 seconds after the shutter is released.

  • Page 65: 4 B B Urst

    You can continuously shoot three pictures with this function, started by released the Shutter Button pressed deeply and ended automatically after three pictures are taken. Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight Burst.

  • Page 66: 5 B E V Compensation

    Compensation function which is ranged from -2.0EV to +2.0EV (at 0.5EV increment). The higher the EV value, the brighter the image will be. Turn on the Digital Camcorder and make sure it is in the Photo mode. Press the to highlight EV Compression. Press the touch the icon on the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 67: 5 3 5 3 5 3 5 B B B B M Enu Options In Photo Playback Mode

    M enu Options in Photo Playback Mode 3 5 B When the camcorder is in Photo Playback thumbnail or single view mode, switch to the Photo Playback image you would like to set, press the Menu touch icon on LCD display to show the Photo Playback options menu;...

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    Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to select “O” YES or “X” No and press the delete file(s). Note: The files cannot be recovered once deleted. Therefore, please make sure you have a backup able to be deleted. Before deleting a protected file, you must unlock the file.

  • Page 69: 7 B P Rotect

    6.4.2 P rotect 6 7 B Enter Photo Playback options menu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Protect. Press the to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to select item. Press the confirm. The key icon file is Protected.

  • Page 70: Date Ranking

    6.4.3 Date Ranking Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Date Ranking option. Press the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "Off" or "On". Press the select the item. 6 8 6 8 6 8 6 8 B B B B button or touch the on screen to display the button or touch the icon on the screen to...

  • Page 71: Autoplay

    6.4.4 Autoplay This Digital Camcorder includes a slide show function that can playback each picture at a regular interval. Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way Direction button to highlight Autoplay. Press the screen to display the submenu. Press the 4-Way Direction Button or touch the screen to select “Off”, 1 second, or “3 secs.”.

  • Page 72: 9 B R Otate

    6.4.5 R otate 6 9 B Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way Direction button to highlight Rotate. Press the to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select the Left 90 or Right 90, then press the on screen to rotate image.

  • Page 73: 0 B D Pof

    6.4.6 D POF 7 0 B Use the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) function to indicate the printing information stored in the memory card. Enter Photo Playback options menu, use the 4-Way Direction button to highlight DPOF. Press the display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button and press the or touch the options on screen to select the item.

  • Page 74: 6 3 6 3 6 3 6 B B B B S Etup Menu

    S etup Menu 3 6 B The Setup Menu can be used for the Digital Camcorder system settings. You can enter Setup menu by pressing Menu touch icon on screen at Photo or Video or Audio mode then switch to Setup menu options.

  • Page 75: 2 B D Ate & Time

    6.5.2 D ate & Time 7 2 B Please refer to 2.7 for the Setting of Date and time. 6.5.3 S ound 7 3 B Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Sound. Press the icon on screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select Off, Low, Medium or High.

  • Page 76: 4 B D Efault

    6.5.4 D efault 7 4 B Use this function to reset all settings to the default setting. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Default. Press the to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "O" YES or "X" NO.

  • Page 77: 5 B T V Standard

    6.5.5 T V standard 7 5 B Use the TV standard to set the TV system for your area. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight TV standard. Press the screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select NTSC or PAL. Press the screen to set.

  • Page 78: 6 B A Uto Power Off

    6.5.6 Auto Power Off 7 6 B This function can be used to turn off the Digital Camcorder automatically after a period of time. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Auto Power Off. Press the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 79: 7 B F Requency

    6.5.7 F requency 7 7 B Use the Frequency option to set the frequency system for your area. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Frequency. Press the screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select 50 Hz or 60 Hz. Press the screen to set.

  • Page 80: 8 B L Anguage

    6.5.8 L anguage 7 8 B Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button up and down to highlight Language. Press the select. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select the following languages: English, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Russian, Thai, or Arabian.

  • Page 81: 9 B F Ormat

    6.5.9 F ormat 7 9 B This function allows you to format the memory card or the built-in memory. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight the Format. Press the to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select "O" Yes or "X" NO.

  • Page 82: 0 B F Ile Numbering

    6.5.10 F ile Numbering 8 0 B This setting allows you to control the numbering of the files that are stored on the memory card. If “Series” is selected, the file name will be numbered sequentially. If “Reset” is selected, the next file name will start from 0001 even after formatting, deleting or inserting a new memory card.

  • Page 83: 1 B L Cd Brightness

    6.5.11 L CD Brightness 8 1 B This function can be used to adjust the brightness of the screen. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight LCD brightness. Press the screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select High, Medium, or Low.

  • Page 84: 2 B I Nstant Review

    6.5.12 I nstant Review 8 2 B This function can be used to instantly browse the files after taking a picture. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Instant Review. Press the screen to display the submenu. Use the 4-Way Direction Button to select 1 second, 3 secs., or 5 secs..

  • Page 85: 2 B M Emory

    6.5.13 M emory 8 2 B Use this function to select data storage location. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to SET Mode. Press 4-Way Direction Button to highlight Memory item. Press screen to select the item. Press 4-Way Direction Button to select Internal, SD1, or SD2.

  • Page 86: 3 B S Tart-up Logo

    6.5.14 S tart-up LOGO 8 3 B Use this function to show the Star-up image on LCD when the digital camcorder is turned on. Enter Setup menu, use the 4-Way Direction Button to highlight the Star-up Logo. Press the screen to display the submenu.

  • Page 87: 6 6 6 6 B B B B P C And Tv Connection

    USB cable provided with the product. if a second SD card is inserted in SD slot 2) new drive letters should appear in Windows Explorer. These new drive letters represent the V5061u's internal memory and memory card slot. (see illustration below): Note: The above illustrated drive letters may vary depending on the system environment.

  • Page 88: 8 3 8 3 8 3 8 B B B B C Onnecting To A Standard Tv

    C onnecting to a Standard TV 3 8 B As shown in the illustration, use the video cable to connect the Digital Camcorder to a standard TV.

  • Page 89: 9 3 9 3 9 3 9 B B B B C Onnecting To A Hd Tv

    C onnecting to a HD TV 3 9 B As shown in the illustration, use the HDMI cable provided to connect the Digital Camcorder to an HD TV for high resolution picture display.

  • Page 90: 7 7 7 7 B B B B I Nstalling The Software

    I nstalling the Software Place the CD ROM into the CD/DVD drive on your PC. If the installation does not start, please open Windows Explorer and select the CD/DVD drive on your PC. Then double click on the Install_CD.exe to start the software installation.

  • Page 91: 8 8 8 8 B B B B E Diting Software

    E diting Software ArcSoft Total Media Extreme(TME)™ provides a way to manage your media files for you, and provides the ability to create and share projects featuring your photo, video, and music files. You can Create your own videos or photo slide shows complete with a soundtrack.

  • Page 92: 10 9 9 9 9 B B B B A Ppendix

    Appendix Troubleshooting Problem Can not turn on the Digital Camcorder. Camcorder shuts down suddenly. Pictures are not stored in the memory. Images are out of focus Possible Cause 1. Battery is not inserted correctly. 2. Battery exhausted. 1. Auto Power Off is enabled.

  • Page 93

    Camcorder needs to be reset. Solution 1. Unlock the memory card. 2. Reformat the memory card. Please make sure to backup the files before reformatting memory card. Take out battery into the camcorder and re-insert.

  • Page 94: 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 B B B B G Etting Help

    Should you have a technical support question or your HP Digital Camcorder requires service within the warranty period, please contact the original point of purchase or an authorized HP reseller in your country. If service is not available at those locations, please contact an HP Branded Product warranty agent from the support contact list provided below.

  • Page 95

    Contact/phone Support: Language Chinese Deutsch Dutch English Espanol Français Italiano Japanese Korean Portuguese Svensk Contact/phone Support simp.chinese@hpodd.com trad.chinese@hpodd.com deutsch@hpodd.com hollands@hpodd.com english@hpodd.com espanol@hpodd.com francais@hpodd.com italiano@hpodd.com nippon@hpodd.com korean@hpodd.com portugues@hpodd.com svensk@hpodd.com...

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    Contact/phone Support: Country Language Europe Region (EMEA) België Dutch and German Français French Deutschland German Ireland English Italia Italian Netherlands Dutch Espana Spanish Switzerland German/French/Italian English North America United States English Canada English and French Latin America Country Phone number Argentina 54.11.6091.2399 Brazil...

  • Page 97

    Perú 51.1.705.6232 Venezuela 58.212.335.4574 M-F 12pm-9pm GMT-5 M-F 1230pm-930pm GMT-5...

  • Page 98

    Specification Image Sensor Type Total Pixels Effective Pixels Movie Recorded Resolution Image Resolution File Format Lens Specification Digital Zoom Focus Range LCD Monitor Size LCD Monitor Resolution Storage Media Internal Memory White Balance Scene Mode Battery Type Approx. Dimensions Approx. Weight Interface Supplied Software CMOS...

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    P/N: 7525C00147A...

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