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Table of Contents Editing, Deleting Unwanted Files 62. Deleting the Currently Displayed File 62, Getting Started. Deleting Selected Files 62, Verifying the Accessories 3 Protecting Files 63. Turning on this Unit 4 Protecting Releasing Protection of the Currently Displayed. Opening the Terminal Cover SD Card Cover 4 File 63. Charging 5 Protecting Releasing Protection of Selected Files 64. Resetting this Unit 5 Capturing a Still Image in the Video During Playback 65. Proof Functions 6 Combining Videos Recorded by Seamless Recording 66. Before Using Underwater or under Low Temperature 6 Capturing a Required Part in the Video TRIMMING 67. Grip Adjustment 8, Attaching the Lens Cap 8 Copying. Attaching the Core Filter 8, Inserting an SD Card 9 Dubbing Files to a Disc by Connecting to a Blu ray Recorder 68.
Types of Usable SD Card 9 Copying Files to an SD Card 69. Using the Touch Screen 10 Copying to Windows PC 70. Locking the Screen when Shooting Underwater 10 Copying to Mac Computer 71. Adjusting the Touch Screen 11 List of Files and Folders 72. Names of Buttons and Functions on the LCD Monitor 12. Clock Setting 15 Settings Menu, Resetting the Clock 15. Operating the Menu 73, Changing the Display Language 16. Operating the Top Menu 73, Holding this Unit 17, RECORD SETTING Menu video 74. Tripod Mounting 17, RECORD SETTING Menu still image 79. Using this Unit Overseas 18, PLAYBACK SETTING Menu video 81.
Charging the Battery Pack Overseas 18, EDIT Menu video 82. Setting the Clock to Local Time when Traveling 18, PLAYBACK SETTING Menu still image 83. Setting Daylight Saving Time 19, EDIT Menu still image 84. SETUP video still image 85, Recording CONNECTION SETTINGS video still image 87. Taking Videos in Auto Mode 20 USB CONNECTION MENU 88. Capturing Still Images During Video Recording 23, Taking Still Images in Auto Mode 23 Names of Parts 89.
Zooming 26, Manual Recording 27 Indications on the LCD monitor 92. Adjusting Focus Manually FOCUS 28, Adjusting Brightness 29. Setting Backlight Compensation 30 Troubleshooting 95. Setting White Balance 31 When the unit is not working properly 95. Taking Close up Shots TELE MACRO 32 Charging 95, Shooting under Water 33 Power supply 96. Recording with Effects RECORDING EFFECT 34 Recording 96. Recording Images Like an Old Black and White Photo SD Card 97. GRAINY MONOCHROME 35 Playback 97, Recording Food Images FOOD 36 Editing Copying 98. Recording Images of a Baby BABY 37 Computer 98, Capturing Subjects Clearly TOUCH PRIORITY AE AF 38 Screen Image 99.
Reducing Camera Shake 40 Other Problems 99, Recording at Intervals TIME LAPSE RECORDING 41 Error Message 100. Recording Video with Still Image Displayed in Sub Screen. PHOTO INSERT RECORDING 43, Using the Self timer 44. Maintenance 102, Recording Videos with Date and Time 46. Recording Videos with Time Counter 47 Specifications 103. Checking the Remaining Recording Time 48, Trademarks 105. Playing Back Videos 50 Warranty 106, Normal Playback 50.
Checking the Recording Date and Other Information 53. TIME COUNTER PLAYBACK 54, DIGEST PLAYBACK 55, PLAYBACK OTHER FILE 56. Playing Back Still Images 57, Slideshow Playback 58. Connecting to and Viewing on TV 59, Connecting via the HDMI Mini Connector 59. Connecting via the AV Connector 61, Getting Started. Verifying the Accessories, If any of the items are missing or defective consult your Canon dealer or the nearest Canon service center.
Illustration Description, AC Adapter, 0 Charges this unit Attach the charging adapter cable to the tip of the cord. It can also be used when recording or playing back videos indoors. Charging Adapter Cable, 0 Attach to the tip of the cord of the AC adapter and connect to the USB connector of this unit to charge. Type A Micro Type B, 0 Connects this unit to a computer. 0 Attach the lens cap when this unit is not used or during transportation. Large Core Filter for Optional AV Cable, Small Core Filter for AC Adapter. Basic User Guide, 0 Read well and keep in a safe place where it can be accessed easily when necessary.
0 The large core filter is for use with an AV cable Do not use it with any cable other than the AV cable. The small core filter is for use with the AC adapter Do not use it with anything other than the AC adapter. Attaching the Core Filter A p 8, 0 SD cards are sold separately. Types of Usable SD Card A p 9, 0 When using the AC adapter overseas please prepare a commercially available converter plug for the country or region of visit. Charging the Battery Pack Overseas A p 18, Getting Started. Turning on this Unit Opening the Terminal Cover SD Card Cover. Open the LCD monitor to turn on this unit, To turn off the power close the LCD monitor o To open. o To turn on the power Rear, Open the LCD monitor, A Open the LCD monitor.
B Slide down the cover lock and slide the cover aside. C Lift the cover slowly, o To turn off the power o To close. Close the LCD monitor, The POWER ACCESS lamp goes off and the power is turned off. POWER ACCESS Power Access Lamp A p 90 The cover is not properly closed if the red mark. at the terminal cover lock is visible, Leave the LCD monitor open first. 0 When AUTO POWER OFF is set to ON this unit turns itself off. A Flip down the cover slowly while making sure the gray waterproof seal. automatically to conserve power when it is not operated for 5 minutes. When using the AC adapter this unit goes into standby mode fits into the opening at the terminals. B Press the entire cover against the camcorder with equal force and firmly. AUTO POWER OFF A p 85, attach the cover completely. 0 If LCD CLOSED RECORDING is activated this unit does not turn off C Slide the cover until it clicks into place. even when the LCD monitor is closed during recording The cover is not properly closed if the red mark on the cover lock is visible. LCD CLOSED RECORDING A p 78, 0 Ensure that the terminal cover and the gray waterproof seal are not.
damaged and that there are no foreign materials such as hair lint sand. or dust adhered on the cover, 0 Stop using the unit underwater if there are damages to the cover etc and. consult your Canon dealer or the nearest Canon service center. 0 Do not apply excessive force when opening closing the terminal cover. 0 Read the Cautions on Using Underwater A p 6 before using the. camera underwater or in places exposed to water droplets. Getting Started, Charging Resetting this Unit, This unit is equipped with a built in battery When a malfunction occurs on this unit reset the unit in the following way. Open the connector cover and connect the AC adapter for charging as Resetting the unit does not erase the recorded data. shown in the figure, 1 Open the terminal cover, 0 Remove the power cord and all connecting cables. 2 Close the LCD monitor to turn off this unit, 3 Press the Reset button gently using an object with pointed tip. CHARGE POWER ACCESS, CHARGE Lamp 0 Press the Reset button just once gently.
Charging in progress Lights up 0 Do not use sharp pointed objects It may damage the unit or cause electric. Charging finished Goes out shock, 0 If malfunction persists even after pressing the Reset button consult the. nearest Canon service center, To USB Connector, Charging Adapter Cable AC Adapter AC Adapter to AC. Provided Provided Outlet, AC 110 V to 240 V, 0 The built in battery is not charged at the time of purchase. 0 At the time of purchase or in case of the battery is not used for a long period. of time the charging time will be longer than usual The camera does not. turn on if the remaining battery power is low In this case charge the battery. for more than 40 minutes before turning on the power. 0 Charging time Approx 6 h 10 m when charging at 25 C 77 F. 0 The battery cannot be charged outside the room temperature range of. 10 C to 35 C 50 F to 95 F The CHARGE lamp does not light up when. the battery is not being charged If the temperature increases or decreases. during charging the CHARGE lamp will blink slowly and charging will stop. In this case remove the AC adapter press the Reset button and wait until. the room temperature is within the above stated range before charging. 0 You can record or play back videos during charging However the. charging time will be longer than usual In addition the remaining battery. power may decrease according to conditions If the internal temperature. rises when using the unit stop the charging temporarily The CHARGE. lamp goes off, 0 If malfunctions such as overvoltage occur charging will stop In these. cases CHARGE lamp blinks quickly as a notification. 0 During charging the P icon on the screen changes to O to indicate that. charging is in progress when the provided AC adapter is used. 0 When the recording time becomes extremely short even when the battery. is fully charged the battery needs to be replaced For details on replacing. the built in battery subject to a fee consult the nearest Canon service. 0 There are certain specifications for a USB rechargeable device To. charge use a device with the output voltage of 5 V 1 A or more. 0 Depending on the specification of your charging device and the thickness. and length of an USB cable used to connect to this unit the charging time. may be longer than usual or it may not even start, 0 We shall not be held liable for malfunctions that are due to using non.
standard device or a device with poor quality, Getting Started. Proof Functions Before Using Underwater or under Low Temperature. Cautions on Using Underwater A p 6, This unit is equipped with Waterproof Dust proof Drop proof and Freeze Maintenance after Use A p 7. proof features Cautions on Using under Low Temperature A p 7. Waterproof Dust proof Equivalent, Equivalent to IEC to IEC Standard Cautions on Using Underwater. Standard publication publication 529 IP5X Please take note of the followings when using this unit near water or. 529 IPX8 and IPX6 1 underwater, hour at depths up to 5. m 16 4 ft 0 Ensure that the cover is closed tightly. Opening the Terminal Cover SD Card Cover A p 4, Drop proof This Freeze proof.
camera clears Allowable operating 0 Ensure that the terminal cover and the gray waterproof seal are not. company testing temperatures 10 C damaged and that there are no foreign materials such as hair lint sand. compliant with MIL, to 40 C 14 F to or dust adhered on the cover. STD 810F Method 104 F 0 Stop using the unit underwater if there are damages to the cover etc. 516 5 Note Temperatures and consult your Canon dealer or the nearest service center. Shock Dropping onto between 10 C and, plywood 3 cm 0 C 14 F and 32 F 0 Use within a water depth of 5 m 16 4 ft and a duration of 1 hour. 1 3 16 thick from a temporarily lower, height of 1 5 m 4 9 ft battery performance. reducing the time Within Water, available for recording. Depth of 5 m, 0 There is no guarantee that there will be no damages when the unit is used Within 1.
within the above mentioned limits, Scratches and dent caused by the impact if the unit is dropped or other. changes in appearance are not included in the warranty. 0 Malfunction due to mishandling will void the warranty. 0 Before use in water be sure to read and understand the Before Using 0 Do not open close the cover or insert remove an SD card or any cables. Underwater or under Low Temperature A p 6 while using underwater or on the beach or if your hands contain water. 0 Close the terminal cover firmly until it clicks and confirm that the red sign droplets or sands Doing so may cause water to enter into the camera or. completely goes off malfunction, 0 Make sure that there is no damage to and no foreign material adhered to 0 Do not subject the camera to high pressure or vibration resulted from swift. the packing inside the cover current waterfall or diving into water. 0 Use within a water depth of 5 m 16 4 ft and a duration of 1 hour 0 The waterproof performance is not guaranteed if the camera is dropped. or subjected to other impact shock If the camera has been subjected to. 0 The waterproof performance cannot be guaranteed if the camcorder is. impact shock consult your nearest service center, subject to impact such as dropping. 0 While shooting underwater noise generated inside of the camera. 0 Do not jump or dive into water holding the camcorder. zooming sounds etc may be picked up This is not a malfunction. 0 Do not use the camcorder in strong water flows such as in rapids or under. 0 Do not immerse into hot spring or hot water above 40 C 104 F Doing. waterfalls The strong water pressure may impair the waterproof. so deteriorates waterproof performance, performance. 0 Keep away from hands with sun oil or sun screen Doing so may cause. 0 Do not immerse into hot spring or hot water above 40 C 104 F. discoloration or deterioration of material, 0 The accessories are not waterproof.
0 Do not use the lens filter or conversion lens underwater or at locations. where there is water, Getting Started, Maintenance after Use Other Precautions. After using underwater or in dusty places rinse the camera with water 0 Do not leave the camera under low temperature in cold climates or under. immediately and dry it completely high temperature above 40 C such as under direct sunlight inside a. 1 vehicle in the hot sun or near a heater This will cause deterioration of. Basic User Guide 0Read well and keep in a safe place where it can be accessed easily when necessary Memo 0The large core filter is for use with an AV cable Do not use it with any cable other than the AV cable The small core filter is for use with the AC adapter Do not use it with anything other than the AC adapter

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