3-3-2 Checking the Last Two
Seconds of the Recording —
If you press the RET button on the lens while recording is
paused, the last two seconds of the recording is played
back on the viewfinder screen and the color LCD. Use this
function to check whether recording went smoothly. If you
hold down the RET button, a low-speed reverse search
begins at a position two seconds before the recording end
position. When you release the RET button, the reverse
search stops and playback in the forward direction begins.
After playback, the camcorder is ready to start recording
By assigning the the same function as that of the RET
button on the lens to the ASSIGN 1/3/4 switch, you can use
the switch in the same way as the lens RET button.
For details, see 7-3-5 "Assigning Functions to ASSIGN 1/
2/3/4 Switches" on page 136.
3-3-3 Checking the Recording on
the Color Video Monitor —
Playback in Color
Connect a color video monitor to the VIDEO OUT
connector of the camcorder. By pressing the PLAY/
PAUSE button, you can view the recorded picture.
When the CBK-SD01 SDI Output Board is installed, you
can connect a color video monitor provided with an SDI
Color video monitor
SDI IN connector
1) When VBS is selected as the output signal of the VIDEO OUT
2) When SDI is selected as the output signal of the VIDEO OUT
connector (only when the CBK-SD01 is installed)
You can select either VBS or SDI as the output signal of
the VIDEO OUT connector when the CBK-SD01 is
For details, see 7-3-2 "Selecting the Output Signals" on
VIDEO OUT connector
3-3-4 Thumbnail Search
Cuing up a desired clip
To display the thumbnail images of all clips on the disc,
and cue up a desired clip, proceed as follows.
With the sub clip indicator off, press the
THUMBNAIL button, turning on the thumbnail
The thumbnails of all clips on the disc appear.
• If the MENU ON/OFF switch is set to ON, set it to
OFF and press the THUMBNAIL button.
• If you set the MENU ON/OFF to ON during
thumbnail display, thumbnail display is cancelled
and replaced with menu display.
3-3 Checking Recording and Playback