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Notes on Auto Interval Rec mode
Note the following points.
i.LINK
During interval recording, signal input/output through the
i.LINK interface is impossible.
Time code
In Auto Interval Rec mode, the internal time code
generator runs in R-RUN mode regardless of how the F-
RUN/SET/R-RUN switch is set.
Audio
Audio signals are not recorded in Auto Interval Rec mode.
Playback control buttons
While recording in Auto Interval Rec mode, you cannot
use the playback control buttons (EJECT, F REV, F FWD,
NEXT, PREV, PLAY/PAUSE and STOP). To use these
buttons, stop recording by pressing the REC START
button or the VTR button on the lens.
Menu operation
While recording in Auto Interval Rec mode, you cannot
change the settings of CACHE/INTVAL REC, TAKE
TOTAL TIME and REC TIME. To change the settings,
stop recording by pressing the REC START button or the
VTR button on the lens.
When the camcorder power is switched off during
recording in Auto Interval Rec mode
• When you set the POWER switch to OFF, the camcorder
will switch off by itself after disc access has continued
for a few seconds to record the picture data stored in
memory.
• If you remove the battery, unplug the DC cable, or cut
power to the AC adaptor during auto interval recording,
picture data stored before recording stops (a maximum
of ten seconds) may be lost. Take care when changing
the battery.
Manual Interval Rec mode settings and
shooting
Manual Interval Rec has the following two modes.
Single shot mode: Each time the REC START button or
VTR button on the lens is pressed, the camcorder
captures to memory a single shot consisting of the
specified number of video frames.
Consecutive mode: Once the REC START button or VTR
button on the lens is pressed, the camcorder captures
consecutive shots to memory at the specified interval,
with each shot consisting of the specified number of
video frames.
To make settings before shooting
Proceed as follows.
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3-2 Recording
1
Carry out steps 1 to 5 of the procedure "To make
settings before shooting" (page 55), to select CACHE/
INTVAL REC on the FUNCTION 1 page.
2
Turn the MENU knob until "M. INT" appears.
03 FUNCTION1
ASSIGN SW <1>
ASSIGN SW <2>
ASSIGN SW <3>
ASSIGN SW <4>
TURBO SW
DF/NDF
CACHE/INTVAL REC:? M.INT
NUMBER OF FRAME :
TRIGGER INTERVAL:
PRE-LIGHTING
As you turn the MENU knob, the setting changes in
the following sequence: OFF y CACHE y A. INT
y M. INT.
When M. INT appears, the camcorder is in Manual
Interval Rec mode and the TALLY indicator (green) in
the viewfinder flashes. "NUMBER OF FRAME" and
"TRIGGER INTERVAL" appear. When TRIGGER
INTERVAL is set to other than "M", "PRE-
LIGHTING" also appears.
3
Press the MENU knob.
The z mark on the left of "CACHE/INTVAL REC"
changes to a b mark and the ? mark on the left of the
setting changes to a z mark.
4
Turn the MENU knob to move the b mark to
"NUMBER OF FRAME".
03 FUNCTION1
ASSIGN SW <1>
ASSIGN SW <2>
ASSIGN SW <3>
ASSIGN SW <4>
TURBO SW
DF/NDF
CACHE/INTVAL REC:
NUMBER OF FRAME :
TRIGGER INTERVAL:
PRE-LIGHTING
5
Press the MENU knob.
The b mark on the left of "NUMBER OF FRAME"
changes to a z mark and the z mark on the left of the
setting changes to a ? mark.
6
Turn the MENU knob until the desired number of
frames to be recorded in each shot appears.
As you turn the MENU knob, the number changes in
the following sequence: 1 y 2 y 4 y 8.
7
Press the MENU knob.
TOP
:
ATW
:
OFF
:
OFF
:
OFF
:
TURBO
:
DF
1
1SEC
:
OFF
TOP
:
ATW
:
OFF
:
OFF
:
OFF
:
TURBO
:
DF
M.INT
1
1SEC
:
OFF

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