|Sony CCD-TR618 Video camera|
|Category:||Audio Video TV Multimedia|
|Description:||Video Camera Recorder|
Main Features Functions to adjust exposure (in the recording mode) •In a dark place NIGHTSHOT (p. 24) •In dark environments such as sunset, fireworks, Sunset & moon mode (p. 34) or general night views •Shooting backlit subjects BACK LIGHT (p. 24) •In spotlight, such as at the theater or a formal Spotlight mode (p. 34) event •In strong light or reflected light, such as at a beach Beach & ski mode (p. 34) in midsummer or on a ski slope Functions to give images more impact (in the recording mode) •Smooth transition between scenes FADER (p. 31) •Digital processing of images PICTURE EFFECT (p. 33) •Creating a soft background for subjects Soft portrait mode (p. 34) •Superimposing a title TITLE (p. 38) Functions to give a natural appearance to your recordings (in the recording mode) •Preventing deterioration of picture quality in D ZOOM [MENU] (p. 47) digital zoom The default setting is set to OFF. (To zoom greater than 20×, select the digital zoom power in D ZOOM in the menu settings.) •Focusing manually Manual focus (p. 37) •Shooting distant subjects Landscape mode (p. 34) •Recording fast-moving subjects Sports lesson mode (p. 34) Functions to use in editing (in the recording mode) •Watching the picture on a wide-screen TV Wide mode (p. 29) •Recording with the date/time Date and time (p. 25) •Enhancing old tapes ORC [MENU] (p. 49) Functions to use after recording (in the playback mode) •Correcting jitter TBC [MENU] (p. 48) •Correcting color noise DNR [MENU] (p. 48)
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|Sony -- CCD-TR618 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type:||User Manual|
|Size:||1.59 Mbytes (1668096 Bytes)|
|Date:||01 January 2001|
|Quality:||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date:||30 December 2018|
|Downloads:||109 since 30 December 2018|
Main Features ... 4 Quick Start Guide ... 6 Getting started Using this manual ... 8 Checking supplied accessories ... 11 Installing the battery pack ... 11 Charging the battery pack ... 12 Connecting to a wall outlet ... 16 Step 2 Setting the date and time ... 17 Step 3 Inserting a cassette ... 19 Recording – Basics Recording a picture ... 20 Shooting backlit subjects – BACK LIGHT ... 24 Shooting in the dark – NightShot ... 24 Superimposing the date and time on pictures ... 25 Playback – Basics Connections for playback ... 26 Playing back a tape ... 27 Advanced Recording Operations Using the wide mode ... 29 Using the fader function ... 31 Using special effects – Picture effect ... 33 Using the PROGRAM AE function ... 34 Adjusting the exposure manually ... 36 Focusing manually ... 37 Superimposing a title ... 38 Making your own titles ... 40 Using the built-in light ... 42 Editing Dubbing a tape ... 45 Customizing Your Camcorder Changing the menu settings ... 46 Troubleshooting Types of trouble and their solutions ... 52 Self-diagnosis display ... 55 Warning indicators and messages ... 56 Gettingstarted Additional Information Usable cassettes and playback modes ... 57 About “InfoLITHIUM” battery ... 58 Using your camcorder abroad ... 59 Maintenance information and precautions ... 60 Specifications ... 65 Quick Reference Identifying the parts and controls ... 66 Index ... Back cover
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