Be sure to set the power switch to “OFF” before cleaning this DVD video camera/recorder.
●Cleaning LCD screen and camera
Use dry, soft cloth to wipe dirt off. When
cleaning the LCD screen, be careful not to use
force, scratch it, or subject it to impact: Doing
such could cause a defect in the screen, result in
display unevenness, or damage the LCD
●If dust adheres to the viewfinder
lens, remove it using a cotton
Do not rub the lens with force: Doing so could
scratch the lens.
●Do not use benzene or thinner to
clean DVD video camera/recorder
The coating of case could peel off or the case
could deteriorate. Wipe off dirt on the case with
a moist cloth which has been completely wrung
out. When using chemical cleaning cloth, follow
instructions for use.
Discs are very delicate recording media.
Carefully read the following cautions and
• Always use a brand new disc when recording
• Be sure not to touch the recording surface of
disc, or dirty or scratch it.
• If there is dust, scratch, dirt on disc or if it is
warped, the following phenomena may occur:
− Block noise in playback
− Momentary stop of
− Sound interrupted during
playback, or abnormal
− Blue thumbnail
display* (Fig. 1)
− Disc cannot correctly
− Disc cannot be
− Delay between video
Even if disc is normal, the above phenomena
may occasionally occur. While the ACCESS/
PC indicator is lit, do not subject disc to
vibrations or impact, and avoid using DVD
video camera/recorder at extremely high or
low temperatures, or in environment where
condensation is likely to occur.
• When recording images,
the DVD video camera/
recorder may avoid the
portions of disc where
recording is not possible,
due to dust, scratches,
etc. [It will pause m at
such a portion and
This will cause recording to be interrupted for
several seconds to several minutes, and
multiple thumbnails will be created by one
recording session as shown above. In this case,
the recordable time on disc will decrease.
• Be careful when removing the disc since the
metal of removal slot of DVD video camera/
recorder, and disc itself, may be hot.
• When storing disc, replace it in the plastic case
in which it was purchased.
• Be careful that no condensation occurs on disc.
• Do not place disc in following places:
− Direct sunlight for a long time
− Where humidity is high or in dusty place
− While there is heat from a heater, etc.
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(Recording one scene
may produce multiple