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Manuel du Canon Dc10
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CCI Service Centre, Unit 130 Centennial Park, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 3SE, England Telephone 0870-241-2161 Canon Dc10 Australia Pty.
Customer Care: (09) 489 0470 www.Canon Dc10.co.nz Canon Dc10 Singapore Pte.
Ltd 1 HarbourFront Avenue, #04-01 Keppel Bay Tower, Singapore 098632 Tel: (65) 6799 8888 Fax: (65) 6799 8882 Canon Dc10 Hongkong Company Ltd 19/F., The Metropolis Tower, 10 Metropolis Drive, Hunghom, Kowloon, Hong Kong Canon Dc10 Latin America, Inc.
Sales & Enquiries: 703 Waterford Way Suite 400 Miami, FL 33126 USA The information on this manual is verified as of August 1st, 2005.
PUB.DIE-244 English English PUB.DIE-244 PAL DVD Camcorder Instruction Manual Please read also the following instruction manual.
• Digital Video Software Digital Video Software Version 19 Instruction Manual PUB.
DIE-245 This instruction manual explains how to install the software, connect the camcorder to a computer, and download still images from a disc or a memory card to a computer.
If you are using Windows operating system, use the supplied DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK For Windows.
If you are using Macintosh operating system, use the supplied DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK For Macintosh.
E Introduction Preparations Basic Functions Advanced Features Editing Functions Disc Finalization External Connections Printing Trouble? Do’s & Don’ts Additional Information D92_93_hard_P-E_Cover1234.fm Page 1 Monday, September 5, 2005 11:35 AM D92_93_PAL_E_H1234.indd 1 2005/09/05 11:50:03 2 Introduction Important Usage Instructions WARNING! TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK).
Using any device other than the Compact Power Adapter CA-570 may damage the camcorder.
This product has been classified under IEC60825-1:1993 and EN60825-1:1994.
CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT D92_93_hard_P-E_Cover1234.fm Page 2 Tuesday, September 27, 2005 3:28 PM D92_93_PAL_E_H1234.indd 2 2005/09/27 15:38:49 3 An Introduction to DVDs You have probably heard of DVD discs and they come in various types and in two sizes - the more common 12 cm DVDs and 8 cm Mini DVDs.
This camcorder uses 8 cm DVD-R discs (like the supplied one) or DVD-RW discs (commercially available).
You can delete scenes or initialize the disc and start recording again.
What disc standard do I choose to initialize it? VR* modeVIDEO mode Once finalized, a disc recorded in VIDEO mode will play in most common DVD players.
However, you will be able to play the disc only with DVD-RW compatible DVD players.
• Recommended Discs: This camcorder’s performance was tested using the supplied discs and Hitachi-Maxell HG-series DVD discs.
For use of other DVD media, contact directly the manufacturer’s customer support center.
• Attempting to record or play in this camcorder DVD discs that were recorded, initialized, edited or finalized with other digital devices can result in lost data.
• You need to initialize newly bought DVD-RW discs with this camcorder before using them for the first time.
* Video Recording DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 3 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 4 The Advantages of DVDs With a DVD you just press the recordingstart/stop button and the camcorder will findthe empty space on the disc ( 31).
Don’twaste time fast forwarding and rewinding atape to find from where to start a newrecording.
Never worry about mistakenly recording over a precious memory! RECORDING Just insert your finalized* disc into a DVD player and immediately find the scene you want to play back from the index.
No need to play the whole thing or run the tape forward and back to find that scene you want ( 37).
PLAYING Just select a scene from the index screen! DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 4 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 5 Windows users: With the supplied Roxio MyDVD for Canon Dc10 software you can easily create copies of your DVDs to share with family and friends and transfer your recordings to a computer for further editing.
SHARING YOUR VIDEOS * Finalization is a process required to make the DVD discs you recorded in VIDEO mode playable on common DVD players ( 96).
For inquiries regarding Roxio MyDVD for Canon Dc10, please contact directly the customer support centers of Sonic Solutions ( 104).
Please read this manual carefully before you use the camcorder and retain it for future reference.
Should your camcorder fail to operate correctly, refer to the Troubleshooting table ( 122).
Conventions Used in the Manual : Precautions related to the camcorder operation.
: Additional topics that complement the basic operating procedures.
Capital letters are used to refer to buttons on the camcorder or the wireless controller.
Illustrations and screenshots in the manual refer mainly to the DC20.
About the Omni Selector Use the omni selector to select options in a menu and change settings.
Push the omni selector like a joystick up, down, left or right ( / / / ) to select an item.
In most places, press the omni selector itself ( ) to make a selection or change a setting.
Button and switches to be operated Menu item showing at its default position DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 9 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 10 About the Operating Modes The camcorder’s operating mode is determined by the positions of the power switch and the / switch.
* Depending on whether you choose to save the still images on the disc or memory card.
Trademark Acknowledgements • miniSD™ is a trademark of SD Card Association.
• Windows® is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/ or other countries.
• Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the United States and other countries.
“Dolby” and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.
• Other names and products not mentioned above may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
Operating Mode Power Switch / Switch Icon Display Operation CAMERA (MOVIES) Recording movies on the disc 31 PLAY Playing movies from the disc 37 CAMERA (STILLS) or * Recording still images on the memory card or disc 33 PLAY or * Viewing still images from the memory card or disc 39 DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 10 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 11 Introduction E Checking the Supplied Accessories * Not included in China and Oceania.
power cord) BP-208 Battery Pack WL-D86 Wireless Controller Lithium Button Battery CR2025 for Wireless Controller MTC-100 Multi Cable IFC-300PCU USB Cable PC-A10 SCART Adapter* Blank DVD-R Disc (8 cm Mini DVD) DIGITAL VIDEO SOLUTION DISK Roxio MyDVD for Canon Dc10 Software Disc DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 11 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 12 Components Guide (record review) button ( 32) / (rewind) button ( 38) / – button ( 37) / (flash) button ( 54) Speaker ( 41) FUNC.
button ( 57) MENU button ( 77) Omni Selector ( 9) / EXP button ( 49) / FOCUS button ( 50) DRIVE MODE button ( 64) / (fast forward) button ( 38) / + button ( 37) Memory card slot ( 28) D.EFFECTS button ( 68) / / (play/pause) button ( 37) Card access indicator ( 33) / Charge indicator ( 19) LIGHT button ( 53) / (stop) button ( 37) (print/share) button ( 105, 108, 114) FINALIZE button ( 96) / (Movies/Stills) switch ( 10) DISPLAY button ( 43) Battery attachment unit ( 19) BACKLIGHT button ( 24) Serial number WIDE SCR button ( 52) / PLAYLIST button ( 83) Reset button ( 122) Disc compartment cover ( 29) Lens cover switch ( 31, 33) ( - open, - closed) Grip belt ( 22) Left side view Right side view DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 12 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 13 Introduction E Flash ( 54) USB terminal ( 103, 108, 113) Mini video light ( 53) DC IN terminal ( 19) Remote sensor ( 23) AV terminal ( 100) Stereo microphone Terminal cover Viewfinder ( 22) Disc access indicator ( 31) Dioptric adjustment lever ( 22) Start/stop button ( 31) Power switch ( 10) Terminal cover LCD screen ( 24) Front view Back view DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 13 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 14 Mode switch ( 44) BATT.
button ( 19) Zoom lever ( 35) Strap mount ( 139) PHOTO button ( 33) OPEN switch ( 29) Tripod socket ( 36) Top view Bottom view DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 14 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 15 Introduction E Wireless Controller WL-D86 START/STOP button ( 31) PAUSE button ( 37) FUNC.
button ( 57) STOP button ( 37) MENU button ( 77) PHOTO button ( 33) PLAYLIST button ( 83) Zoom buttons ( 35) Navigation buttons ( / / / ) SET button Scene skip buttons (PREV./NEXT) ( 37) Forward SEARCH button ( 38) / Forward SLOW button ( 38)Reverse SEARCH button ( 38) / Reverse SLOW button ( 38) DISP.
(on-screen display) button ( 43) PLAY button ( 37) DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 15 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 16 Screen Displays Recording Movies Operating mode ( 10), Zoom ( 35), Exposure ( 49) Recording program ( 44) Metering mode ( 60) White balance ( 61) Image effect ( 63) Drive mode ( 64) Digital effects ( 68) Recording mode ( 58) Still image quality/size ( 74) Disc type DVD-R, DVD-RW ( 3) Disc specification (VIDEO mode, VR mode) ( 3)Recording Stills Finalized disc mark ( 96) Self-timer ( 56) Recording reminder Manual focus ( 50) Image stabilizer ( 79) Disc operation Time code Remaining recording time on disc ( 31) Widescreen mode ( 52) Wind screen ( 79) Number of still images available on the card, on the disc Remaining battery charge Remote sensor mode ( 23) Camcorder shake warning ( 78) Mini video light ( 53) Flash ( 54) AF/AE locked during still image recording ( 51) AF frame ( 51) DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 16 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 17 Introduction E Recording reminder The camcorder counts from 1 to 10 seconds when you start recording.
Disc operation Record, Record pause, Playback, Playback pause, Fast reverse playback, Fast playback, Slow reverse playback, Slow playback Time Code Indicates the recording time in hours, minutes and seconds.
Remaining recording time Indicates the remaining time on the disc in minutes.
When there is no more disc space available, “ END” will be displayed and the recording will stop.
The camcorder uses a variable bit rate (VBR) when encoding the video data so the actual recording times will vary depending on the content of the scenes and may differ from the remaining time displayed.
Number of still images available on the card flashing in red: No card in green: 6 or more images in yellow: 1 to 5 images in red: No more images can be recorded • When viewing the still images, the display will always be in green.
• Depending on the recording conditions, the number of still images available displayed may not decrease even after a recording has been made, or may decrease by 2 still images at once.
Card Access Display “ ” is displayed next to the number of images available while the camcorder is writing on the memory card or disc.
Remaining battery charge • When “ ” starts flashing in red replace the battery pack with a fully charged one.
• When you attach an empty battery pack, the power may turn off without displaying “ ”.
• Depending on the conditions under which the camcorder and the battery pack are used, the actual battery charge may not be indicated accurately.
DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 17 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 18 Playing Movies (Index Screen) Current scene number/Total number of scenes ( 37) Date and time of recording Disc operation Playback time Scene number Data code ( 43) Playing Movies (During Playback) Viewing Stills Image number ( 82) Current image / Number of images recorded on the card, recorded on the disc Still image size Protect mark ( 94) Data code ( 43) DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 18 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 19 Preparations E Preparations Step 1: Preparing the Power Supply The camcorder can be powered by a battery pack or be connected to a household power outlet.
• Slide in the connector end of the battery in the direction of the arrow and press it gently until it clicks.
Open the terminal cover and connect the power adapter to the camcorder’s DC IN terminal.
button pressed down to release it, and pull out the battery from the ridge on its bottom part.
button DC IN terminal Charge indicator Remove the battery terminal cover before attaching the battery DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 19 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 20 Charging, Recording and Playback Times with the BP-208 Battery Pack The charging time of the BP-208 battery pack is 165 min.
The following recording and playback times are approximate and vary according to the charging, recording or playback conditions.
* Approximate times for recording with repeated operations such as start/stop, zooming, power on/off.
Recording Time Typical Recording Time* Playback Time XP Viewfinder 65 min.
Recording Time Typical Recording Time* Playback Time XP Viewfinder 75 min.
DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 20 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 21 Preparations E Using a Household Power Outlet Connect to a household power outlet to use the camcorder without worrying about the battery power.
You can keep the battery pack attached; the battery power will not be consumed.
Open the terminal cover and connect the power adapter to the camcorder’s DC IN terminal.
Turn off the camcorder before connecting or disconnecting the power adapter.
Do not connect to the camcorder’s DC IN terminal or to the power adapter any electrical equipment that is not expressly recommended for use with this camcorder.
To prevent equipment breakdowns and excessive heating, do not connect the supplied compact power adapter to voltage converters for overseas travels or special power sources such as those on aircraft and ships, DC-AC inverters, etc.
Do not disconnect and reconnect the power cord while charging a battery pack.
The battery pack may not be charged correctly even if the charge indicator is continuously on.
The battery pack may also not be charged correctly when a power outage occurs during charging.
If you connect a faulty power adapter or battery pack, the charge indicator flashes rapidly (approx.
The charge indicator also serves as a rough estimate of the battery charge status.
We recommend charging the battery pack in temperatures between 10 °C and 30 °C.
Outside the temperature range of 0 °C to 40 °C, the charge indicator flashes rapidly and charging stops.
A lithium ion battery pack can be charged at any charge state.
Unlike conventional battery packs, you do not need to completely use or discharge it before charging.
To conserve battery power, turn off the camcorder instead of leaving it in record pause mode.
We recommend that you prepare battery packs 2 to 3 times longer than you think you might need.
DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 21 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 22 Step 2: Preparing the Camcorder Adjusting the Viewfinder (Dioptric Adjustment) 1.
Fastening the Grip Belt Adjust the grip belt so that you can reach the zoom lever with your index finger, and the start/stop button with your thumb.
DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 22 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 23 Preparations E Step 3: Using the Wireless Controller Inserting the Battery (Lithium Button Battery CR2025) 1.
Press the tab in the direction of the arrow and pull out the battery holder.
Using the Wireless Controller Point the controller at the camcorder’s remote sensor when you press the buttons.
The wireless controller may not work properly when the remote sensor is situated under strong light sources or direct sunlight.
If the wireless controller does not work, check that the remote sensor is not set to [OFF ] ( 81).
When the camcorder cannot be operated with the wireless controller, or when it can only be operated at a very close range, replace the battery.
Tab DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 23 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 24 Step 4: Adjusting the LCD Screen Rotating the LCD Panel Open the LCD panel 90 degrees.
• You can rotate the panel by 180 degrees toward the lens (allowing the subject to monitor the LCD screen while you use the viewfinder).
Rotating the panel by 180 degrees is also useful if you wish to include yourself when recording with the self-timer.
LCD Backlight You can switch the brightness of the LCD screen between normal and bright by pressing the BACKLIGHT button.
Repeatedly pressing the BACKLIGHT button will toggle the LCD brightness on and off.
This setting does not affect the brightness of the recording or the viewfinder screen.
Using the brighter LCD setting will shorten the effective usage time of the battery.
Subject can monitor the LCD screen BACKLIGHT button DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 24 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 25 Preparations E Step 5: Changing the Display Language The language used in the camcorder displays and menu items can be changed to German, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Korean or Japanese.
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the [DISPLAY SETUP] menu and press ( ).
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the [LANGUAGE ] option and press ( ).
Use the omni selector ( , ) to select the language desired and press ( ) to select it.
If you changed the language by mistake, follow the mark next to the menu item to change the setting.
The displays and that appear on screen while changing the print and direct transfer settings will not change regardless of the language selected.
MENU ( 77) DISPLAY SETUP LANGUAGE DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 25 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 26 Step 6: Setting the Time Zone, Date and Time Setting the Time Zone/Daylight Saving Time 1.
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the [D/TIME SETUP] menu and press ( ).
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the [T.ZONE/ DST] option and press ( ).
Use the omni selector ( ) to select your time zone and press ( ) to save the setting.
To adjust for daylight saving time, select the time zone with the mark next to the area.
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the [DATE/ TIME] option and press ( ).
Use the omni selector ( ) to select the year and push it to ( ) to move to the month setting.
• If you do not need to change all settings, you can use the omni selector ( ) to move to a specific setting you want to change.
MENU ( 77) D/TIME SETUP T.ZONE/DST MENU ( 77) D/TIME SETUP DATE/TIME DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 26 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 27 Preparations E When you do not use the camcorder for about 3 months, the built-in rechargeable lithium battery may become discharged, and the date/time setting may be erased.
In such case, recharge the built-in lithium battery ( 133) and set the time zone, date and time again.
Time Zones Once you have set the time zone, date and time, you do not need to reset the clock every time you travel to another time zone.
Select the time zone referring to the date and time displayed on the screen.
KONG) +8 Caracas -4 Tokyo +9 Rio de Janeiro (RIO) -3 Sydney +10 Fernando de Noronha (FERNAN.) -2 Solomon +11 Azores -1 DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 27 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 28 Step 7: Inserting a Memory Card Only miniSD cards can be used with this camcorder.
Make sure the card access indicator is not flashing before you turn the camcorder off.
Insert the memory card straight all the way into the memory card slot.
Do not force the cover closed if the memory card is not correctly inserted.
To remove the memory card: First push the memory card once to release it, and then pull the card out.
Make sure to initialize all memory cards before using them with this camcorder ( 95).
Card access indicator DC 20_10_PAL-E.book Page 28 Friday, September 2, 2005 6:36 PM 29 Preparations E Step 8: Loading a Disc 1.
Holding the lock button pressed down, move the power switch to CAMERA.
Push the OPEN button and gently open the disc cover fully until it stops.
• Retract the grip belt under the camcorder so it will not get in the way of the disc cover.
• When there is already a disc in the camcorder it may take a moment after you press the OPEN button for the disc cover to open.
Insert the disc with the label side facing out and press its center firmly until it clicks in place.
• When loading a double-sided disc, insert the disc with the side you want to record on facing down.
• Be careful not to touch the recording surface of the disc or the pick up lens.
• To remove the disc, grab its edges with your fingers and gently pull the disc out.
Do not force the cover closed if the disc is not correctly inserted and firmly set in place.
When using DVD-R discs (including the supplied blank disc): You can start recording movies once the record pause indication appears.
Preparations: Use only 8 cm mini DVD discs marked with the DVD-R or DVD-RW logo.
Use a soft lens-cleaning cloth to remove any fingerprints, dirt buildup or smudges from the disc surface.