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DZ-HS500A Instruction manual T o obtain the best performance and e nsure years of trouble-free use, please r ead this entire instruction manual. Mode d’emploi Des performances optimales et un fonctionnement à long terme seront assurés en appliquant les présentes instructions après avoir entièrement lu ce mode d’emploi.
English 2 Impor tant Information For Y our Safety The power s witch turns the D VD video camera/recorder on and off , leaving the date/ti me feature unaff ected. If the camera/recorder is to be left unatte nded for a lo ng period of time, turn it of f.
English 3 Microsoft ® , W indows ® , W indows ® Me, Windo ws ® 2000 Professiona l, and W indows ® XP are registe red trademarks of Micr osoft Corporation. W indows V ista™ is a trademark of Micros oft Corporation. Intel ® , Pentium ® Processor , an d Celeron ® Process or are regis tered trademarks of Inte l Corporation.
English 4 IMPOR T ANT SAFETY INSTR UCTIONS In addition to the careful attention dev oted to quality standar ds in the man ufacture of y our video product, saf ety is a major fa ctor in the design of every instrum ent. But, safety is y our responsibility too.
English 5 Cautions on HDD Save the data recorded on HDD: • T o ba ck up the data recorded on HDD, save it on a DVD. It is also recomme nded that you use this DVD video camera/r ecorder to du b the data. Y ou can also use a PC to save the data on a DVD.
English 6 Liquid crystal di splay (LCD) an d viewfinder : • The LCD scr een and viewfinder are the products of highly precise technolo gy . Among the total number of pixels (appr ox . 120,000 pixels for L CD monitor a nd equival ent to approx.
English 7 Do not use the D VD video camera/recorder near corrosive gas: • If the DVD video camera/r ecorder is used in a place where ther e is dense exhaust gas generated by gasoline or diesel engine, corr osive gas such as hydrogen sulfide, or sulfur such as in a hot spring area, the external or internal terminals could corr ode, which would disable normal operation, or the battery connecting terminal s could corrode, so power will not turn on.
English 8 Do not turn the D VD video camera/recorder off while th e ACCESS/PC indicator or CARD A CCESS indicator is lit or blinking: • The ACCESS/PC or CARD ACCESS indicator is lit or blinking to show that data is being written to disc or car d, or being read from it.
English 9 Cautions When Storing Do not leave the D VD video camera/recorder in a place where the temperature is very high for a long period of time: • The temperatur e inside a closed vehicl e or trunk can become very high in a hot season. If you leave the DVD video camera/r ecorder in such a pl ace, it could malfunction or the case could be damaged.
English 10 CLEANING Be sure to set the power switch to “OFF” before c leaning this DVD video camera/recorder . ● Cleaning LCD screen and camera lens Use dry , soft cloth to wipe dirt off. When cleaning the LCD screen, be car eful not to use force, scratch it, or subject it to impact: Doing such could cause a defect in the screen, res ult in display unevenness, or damage the LCD monitor .
English 11 DISC CLEANING Use the disc cleaning cloth pr ovided to lightly wipe off an y dirt adhering to the disc as shown in the figur e. Do not wipe the disc with forc e: Doing so could cause scratches. Never use solven t (thinner , water , antistat or detergent) for cleaning.
English 12 About This Manual ● Displays in this manual Understand that the displays ar e different from th ose you will actually see in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen. ● Notation of cancel button Press th e STOP/EXIT button to stop your operation midway , or return the menu screen to the preceding one.
English 13 Intr oduction ● Recording is possib le on both HDD and D VD: In FINE mode, recording for up to 11 hours is possible on HDD; up to 30 min utes on D VD (p. 41, 155). ● Dubbing to an 8 cm D VD can be performed on this D VD video camera/recorder using only one b utton: Simple dubbing without a D VD recorder or PC (p.
English 14 Table of Contents Important Information........... .............................. 2 For Your Safety.................... .............................. 2 Precautions ........................................................ 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .
English 15 ADJUSTING COLO R (WHITE BALANCE ) .......... 58 USING THE ELECTRONIC I MAGE STABILIZER (EIS) ...... .......... ............. ........... .......... ............. ... 60 RECORDING SUBJECT USING LARGE MAGNIFICA TION (DIGI TAL ZOOM) ... .
English 16 ADDITIONALLY RECORDI NG ON FINALIZED DVD-RW (VF-MODE)/+RW (UNFINALIZE DVD ) ........... ............. ........... ..... 109 Others ............................................................ 110 DISPLAYING DUBBED/UNDUBBED SCENES IN LIST (CAT EGORY).
English 17 Checking Provid ed Accessories Make sure that y ou have all the f ollowing accessories in package: Battery (model DZ-BP07PW): P or table po wer supply f or this D VD vi deo camera/reco rder. Char ge it before use . AC adapt er/charger (model DZ-ACS3): Used to power the D VD video c amera/ recorder f rom AC outlet, or ch arge bat ter y .
English 18 Names of Par ts 1 Hand strap attachment bracket (p. 22) 2 Stereo mic rophone T ake care that the microphone is not blocked by a hand, etc., du ring record ing. 3 Recording indicator (p. 35, 41, 65) The red indicator will light during recor ding.
English 19 9 Viewfinder (p. 32) 10 Diop ter control (p. 32) T o adjust the focus of image appearing in the viewfinder . (Pull ou t the viewfinder .) 11 SLEEP/REST ART b utton (p. 43) T o switch the sleep/re start status between ON and OFF . 12 ACCESS/PC indicator (p.
English 20 22 F ULL A UTO b utto n (p. 56) T o switch the DVD video camera /recor der to full au tomatic. 23 F OCUS button (p. 53) T o swi tch between manual foc us and auto- focus. 24 MENU button (p. 33, 49, 86) Press th is button to display the menu fo r setting camera functions and Disc Navigation.
21 English Setups This section explains preparations for recording – setting up the DVD video camera/recor der and battery . Demonstration Function This D VD video camera/recorder is equipped with a demonstration function. The default at purchase time is “A uto”, which wi ll automatically star t the demonstration approx.
English 22 A TT A CHING LENS CAP 1 Attach the shorter end of lens cap string to the lens cap. 2 Attach the lon ger end of len s cap string to t he hand strap of DVD video c amera/recorder . 3 Push the bo th sides of cap inwar d and attach it over the lens.
English 23 HDD/DVD/Car ds The follo wing table lists the storage media (dis cs and cards) that can be used on this D VD video camera/recorder and the functions which are availab le with them: Function Media HDD DV D - RAM DV D - RW (VR mode) DV D - RW (VF mode) DV D - R +R W SD memory card T o record video ( p.
English 24 HDD , DISCS Note : • This D VD video camera/recorder can use on l y the 8-cm bare discs not pack ed in a s quare car tri dge, square caddy case or round D VD holder . The discs in a square car tr idge , square caddy case or rou nd D VD holder can be used if they are remo ved from the package , but take great care not to dir ty or scratch the bare disc.
English 25 EXAMPLES OF DISCS THA T CANNO T BE USED ON THIS D VD VID EO CAMERA/RECORDER • CD • CD-R • CD-RW • CD-ROM • DVD-ROM • DVD-V ideo • DVD-R (4.7 GB) for Authoring V er . 2.0 • DVD-R DL (Dual Layer) • DVD-R W DL (Dual Layer) • +R DL (Double Lay er) • +R W DL (Double Layer) • +R • Discs other than those with diameter of 8 cm A V AILABLE CARD S SD memory cards can be used on this DVD video camera/recor der (incompatible with 2 GB).
English 26 Pr eparations fo r Power Supply USING D VD VIDEO CAME RA/RECORDER WITH A C ADAPTER/CHARGER It is recommen ded that you use the AC adapter/charger to power the DVD video ca mera/recorder from household AC out let when you perform settings on it, play back or edit images, or use it indoors.
English 27 Setting Up the Battery The DZ-BP07PW batter y (provided) has not been char ged at purchase time: Charge it before using the D VD video camera/recorder . Note : • Be sure to use the DZ-BP07PW , DZ-BP14SW (optional) or DZ-BP7SW (optio nal) batter y for the D VD video camera/recorder: Using other b atteries could cause the D VD vide o camera/recorder to malfunction, or resu lt in fire.
English 28 ● Batter y charged statu s Y ou can find out the char ged status of battery by checking the CHARGE in dicator on AC adapter/ charger: Note : See “T roubleshoot ing” on page 145 when the CHARG E indicator blinks. ● Reference f or time required to charge battery (at appro x.
English 29 ● Continuousl y recordab le time with fully c harged battery (with no zoom operation, etc.) See the following table as a re ference for how long the DVD video camera/recor der can continuously be used with a fully charged battery: With DZ-BP07PW (provided)/DZ-BP7SW (optional) With DZ-BP14SW (optional) • The time is only for ref erence: It will v ar y depending on recording contents .
English 30 B A TTER Y REMAINING LEVEL INDICA TOR When the battery is used to power the DVD video camera/r ecorder , the battery remaining level appears in the viewfinder or on the LCD scre en as follows: EFFICIENT USE OF B A TTER Y • The battery will slightly discharg e even if it is detached from the DVD vi deo camera/ reco rder .
English 31 T urning DVD Video Camera/Recor der On and Of f While holding down the gray bu tton at the right of power switch , set th e switch according to each recor ding function: P Note : • Once you turn the D VD video camera/recorde r on to let it recognize the disc , you can immediately record or pla y back b y tur ning the D VD video camera/ recorder on again.
English 32 V iewing Images VIEWING IMA GE ON LCD MONIT OR SCREEN If you open the LCD mo nitor , you can monitor subject image on the LCD screen. 1 Open the LCD monitor . The LCD monitor has a portion wher e you can hook your finger . Hook the finger there to open the monito r .
English 33 1<>2/3 Setting Date and Time Set the current date and time so that the date and time you make a recording can be recorded correctly . The follo wing procedure can also be used to co rrect the date and time you hav e already set. 1 Press the MEN U button, use the f / e / d / c buttons to choose “Date Set” on the “Date Setup” menu screen.
English 34 1<>2/3 Initial Settings Press the MENU button, and then use f / e / d / c / A buttons to displa y the “Initial Setup” menu screen. See page 49 for detailed oper ation procedure. Press the MENU button again to e xit setting. SWITCHING OPERA TING SOUND ON OR OFF (BEEP) Select “On” or “Off”, and then press the A bu tton.
English 35 RESETTING MENU SETTINGS T O DEF A U L TS (RESET) Y ou can restor e menu settings to def aults (initial se ttings at the factory (p. 152)). (Note, however , that the date/time will not be reset.) 1 Choose “Reset” on the “Initial Setup” menu screen, a nd then press the A button.
English 36 1<>2/3 LCD/EVF Setup ADJUSTING BRIGHTNESS OF LCD SCREEN (LCD BRIGHTNESS) AND VIEWFINDER (EVF BRIGHTNESS) 1 Press the MENU button, use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “LCD/EVF Adjust” on the “LCD/EVF Setup” men u screen, and th en choose “LCD Brightness”or “EVF Brightness”.
English 37 ADJUSTING COLOR DENSITY (COLOR LEVEL) Y ou can adjust the color density of th e LCD monitor screen an d viewfinder . 1 Press the MEN U button, use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “LCD/EVF Adjust” on the “LCD/EVF Setup” menu screen, and then choose “Color Level”.
English 38 1<>2/ Inserting and Removing Disc 1 Set the power switch to “DVD” or “OFF” . When the power switch is set to “HDD” or “SD”, the cover of disc insertion block will not open. When “Please insert DVD.” appears during dubbing, however , the cover of disc insertion block will open even when the power switch is set to “HDD” (see p.
English 39 Note : • If the cover of disc inser ti on block is open, the A CCESS/PC indi cator will blink when an i mage is displayed on the LCD monitor screen: In t his case, the D VD video camera/recorder will not tur n off even if the pow er switch is set to “OFF”.
English 40 3 Inserting and Removing Card 1 Open the LCD monitor . 2 T urn the DVD video camera/recor der off. 3 Open the cover of car d insertion block. 4 Inser ting C ard: Insert car d with its te rminal inward until it locks. Removing Card: Push the center of card edge.
41 English Basic T echniques This section explains about recording of movies and still imag es, and also basic settings o n D VD video cam era/recorder . 1<>2/ Recor ding Movie 1 Remove the le ns cap, and then point the DVD video camera/r ecorder at subject.
English 42 3 Record ing Stills Note : Recording of still images is possib le on card. 1 Remove the le ns cap, and then point the DVD video camera/recorder at subject. 2 T urn the DVD camera/recorder on. Set the power switch to “SD”. After the CARD ACCESS indicator goes out, perform the subsequent operati on: 3 Check the subject on the screen (viewfin der or LCD).
English 43 1<>2/3 Swift Restar t of Recording (SLEEP/REST ART button) If you press the SLEEP/REST ART button while in th e recording pause status instead of turnin g the DVD video camera/recorder of f, the status that recordin g is possible will be r estored in approx.
English 44 1<>2/3 On-Scr een Infor mation V arious types of information will appear in the vi ewfinder or on the LCD screen dur ing recording. INFORMA TION DISPLA Y DUR ING RECORDING See the next page for details. HDD HDD 10 8:0 0 A M 12/ 1/20 07 30M I N 00:00:00 REC HDD ACCESS REM 14 Scene REM j VOLU M E FIN E FULL AUT O LI N The abov e screen is an example f or explanation: It is diff erent from the actual display .
English 45 1. Recording mode (p. 41, 42, 65) 2. Program AE (only in movie recordi ng mode) (p. 57) 3. White balance (p. 58) 4. Electronic ima ge stabilizer (EIS) (p. 60) 5. Backlight co mpensation (p. 55) 6. 16:9 mode (onl y in movie re cording mode) (p.
English 46 14. HDD, DVD/Card type 15. Movie recording quality ( only in movi e recording mod e ) (p. 61) Still record ing quality (only in still recording mode) (p. 64) 16. HDD Protection (p. 66) 17. Remaining spa ce on disc/car d *3 18. Remaining numb er of record able scenes *3 (when using HDD) 19.
English 47 ● Switching the inf ormation display mode Y ou can switch the display mode of on-screen information: Press the DISPL A Y button . The full and minimum display modes will alternate. • Full display mode: All types of information will appear .
English 48 ● Interpreting symbols on LCD screen w hen recording with the screen facing the same direction as the lens Note : • If the LCD screen is set f acing the same direction as the lens, the LCD screen will displa y a mirror image (left and right rev ersed).
English 49 Checking Flow of Menu The follo wing two on-screen menu modes are avai lable with this D VD video camera/recorder: • Full Menu: T o display all menu items f or e xper ts • Qu ick Menu: T o display only the fundamental menu items f or first timers ● Operating M enu The Full Menu will appear if you pres s the MENU button.
English 50 ● Flow of Full Men u ■ The shaded menu item can also be set using the Quick Menu. Refer to page ind icated for details of each f unction. Camera Functions Setu p Not displayed when external input is being selected. Record Functions Setup Date Setup LCD/EVF Setup Adjust (p.
English 51 1<>2/3 Zooming If you continue to hold the zoom lever on the “T” control side with Dig. Zoom specified, the digital zoom will be activated midway (when optical 30-power is exceede d). Y ou can zoom up to 1500-power . 1 Press the MEN U button, choose “Dig.
English 52 RECORDING SUBJECTS FOR STRONGER WIDE-ANGLE OR TELEPHO TO EFFECT Use the tele-conversion lens or wide-conversion lens with the following filter diameter and thr ead pi t ch to re co rd su b je ct s fo r st ron g er telephoto or wide-angle effect: Filter diameter: 34 mm Thread pitch: 0.
English 53 1<>2/3 Manually Focusing Subject The D VD video cam era/recorder usually f ocuses on a subject automat ically (aut ofocus). Y ou can also manually f ocus a subject depending on the recording condit ions. FOCUSING DURING RECORDING Normally , the DVD video camera/r ecorder automati cally focuses the subject (autofocus), but you can also ma nually foc us a subje ct, depend ing on the recor ding conditions (manual focus).
English 54 Manually focus the following objects, which may not be a utomatically focused (see page 53): Objects not in the center of screen Objects that are f ar and near at the same time Objects with little v ariation in brightness, such as white wall Objects moving rapidly Dark objects Objects lit by neon sign, spotlight, etc.
English 55 1<>2/3 Adjusting Brightness of Image to be re corded (Exposure) The D VD video camera/recorder usually adjusts the e xposure automatically . Y ou can also manually adjust the exposure depending on the recording conditions. 1 Press the EX POSURE button during rec ord i ng .
English 56 1<>2/3 Using Full Auto Function Pressing the FULL A UTO button will fully automate the camera functions . 1 Press the FULL AUTO button. “FULL AUT O” will be displayed on the scr een of DVD video camera/recor der for several seconds.
English 57 1<>2/3 Setting Up Camera Functions SELECTING SHOO TING MODE T O MA TCH THE SUBJECT (SWITCHING PROGRAM AE MODE) This DVD video camera/recor der automatically de tects the status of subject and surrounding situation and r ecords the optimum image: If you choose the shooting mode to match the recor ding conditions, clear er images will be recor ded.
English 58 RECORDING DARK SUBJECTS USING LCD MONIT OR LIGHT When Program AE is set to Low Light, y ou can use the light from LCD monitor to record a subject. 1 Press the MENU button, use the f / e / d / c buttons to cho ose “Program AE” on the “Camer a Functions Setu p” menu screen, and then press the A button.
English 59 1 Press the MEN U button, use the f / e / d / c buttons to choos e “White Bal.” on the “Camera Functions Setu p” menu screen, and then pr ess the A button. 2 Choose the desired opti on, and then press the A button. 3 Press the MENU button to end the setting.
English 60 USING THE ELECTRONIC IMA GE ST ABILIZER (EIS) When you use zoom (see page 51) to r ecord a magnified subject ima ge, it will correct fuzziness in the rec ord e d i m ag e. 1 Press the MENU button, use the f / e / d / c buttons to cho ose “EIS” on the “Camera Functions Setup” menu scr een, and then press th e A button.
English 61 Setting Up Recor d Functions 1<>2/ SWITCHING MO VIE QU ALITY (VIDEO MODE) Choose the movie quality from “XTRA”, “F INE”, “STD”. 1 Press the MEN U button, use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “VIDE O Mode” on the “Recor d Functions Setup” menu screen, and th en press the A button.
English 62 1<>2/ SETTING T O WIDE TV SCR EEN MODE (16:9 MODE) When viewing recor ded images later on a wide-scr een TV (aspect ratio 16:9), specify wide-scr een (16:9) mode “On”: Y ou can also recor d images with the aspect ratio changed (the aspect ratio with “Off” is 4:3).
English 63 An image recor ded with “16:9 On” specified will appear as follows: Images recor ded with “16:9 Off” specified will appear as follows: Note : • The 16:9 setting will be k ept eve n after the D VD video camera/recorder is turned off.
English 64 3 SWITCHING QU ALITY OF STILL IMA GE (QU ALITY ) Y ou can switch the still recording quality . 1 Press the MENU button, use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “Quali ty” on the “Record Fun ctions Setup” menu screen, and then press the A button.
English 65 3 SWITCHING EXTERNAL INPUT RECORDING METHOD (PHO T O INPUT) When “Input Sour ce: LINE” is specified, you can r eco rd stills of externally input im ages on a card. The DVD video camera/recor der can recor d an exte rnal image with little movement by specifying “Frame”, but “Field” is r ecommended for recor ding image with movement.
English 66 1<>2/3 SETTING ON-SCREEN DISPLA Y OUTPUT ON OR OFF (OSD OUTPUT) If you connect this DVD video camera/recorder to a TV to view images on TV screen, you can switch off the on-scr een information (displayed in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen ) from the TV screen.
67 English Disc Navigation 1<>2/3 Using Disc Navigation ST ARTING OR TERMINA TING DISC NA VIGA TION Disc Navigation is a tool for editin g scenes re corded on this DVD video camera/re corder . Here is an explanation on “scene” and “program”, so that you will be able to make most use of Dis c Navigation functi on.
English 68 Disc Naviga tion screen Icons to be displa yed on thumbn ail: .............. ........ Du bbed ma rk (p. 81) [ ............... ........ Fade-in (p. 88) ] ............... ........ Fade-out (p. 88) V .............. ........ Photo (p.
English 69 PLA YING BA CK FROM DISC NA VIGA TION SCREEN 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Use the f / e / d / c buttons to select the desir ed scene. The selected scene will be framed: This is called a “cursor”. 3 Press the A butt on.
English 70 1<>2/3 PLA YING BA CK LA TEST RECORDED SCENE Playing Back 1 Press the A button in the r ecording pause status. The DVD video camera/recor der will enter the playback mode, an d the scene you have recor ded last will be played back.
English 71 1<>2/ CAPTURING PHO T O Y ou can recor d an image displayed duri ng playback of video as a photo on a card. 1 Press the MEN U button at a scene you wish to capture during playback. 2 Choose “Edit”, “ PHOTO Capture”, and then press the A button.
English 72 1<>2/ SKIP PLA YBA CK OF MO VIE During playback, press the f or e button to locate the start of desired scene. Press e once : T o skip to the first image of the scene following the one being played back, and star t playback.
English 73 1<>2/3 JUMPING T O SPECIFIED POINT (GO TO) 1 Press the MEN U button during playback. 2 Choose the option (point you want to go to), and then pr ess the A button. To p : T o go to the start, and enter playback pause. End: T o go to the end of last scene, and enter playback pause.
English 74 1<>2/3 INFORMA TION DISPLA Y DUR ING PLA YBA CK V arious types of information on recor ding will be superimposed on playback image you are viewing. ● Switching the information display mode Press the DISPLA Y button: Y ou can switch the display mode of on-scr een information.
English 75 SELECTING MUL TIPLE SCENES 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Use the f / e / d / c buttons to select the desir ed scene. 3 Press the PH OTO/SELECT button once: The selected scene will be framed in r ed and yellow . Repeat steps 2 and 3 to randomly sel ect multiple scenes.
English 76 FUNCTIONS A V AILABLE WITH DISC N A VIGA TION The Disc Navigation mode wil l allow a variety of further operatio ns. Function s Available with Disc Navig ation * 1 Only deletion is possib le. * 2 Additional reco rding can be made on a finalized D VD-R W (VR-mode).
English 77 UNDERST ANDING FLO W OF DISC NA VIGA TION MENU Press the MENU butt on on the D isc Navigation sc reen: The menu scr eens for Disc Navigation and menu scr eens for HDD/DVD/Card will appear . Shaded items will also appear in Quick Menu display mode (see page 49).
English 78 ● When using D VD-RAM/DVD-R W (VR-mode) Scene Edit (p . 85) Divide (p. 86) Eff ect (p. 88) Delete (p . 85) Copy* 2 (p. 91) Combine (p . 87) Select (p. 93) Move* 3 (p. 87, 103) * 3 Will appear when a play list is displa yed.
English 79 ● When using D VD-R W (VF-mode)/D VD-R/+R W ● When using ca rd Scene Select (p . 93) Star t → Current (p. 93) Detail (p. 94) Current → End (p . 93) All (p. 93) Program Selec t (p . 95) DVD Setting Finalize D VD (p .
English 80 Dubbing on DVD This DVD video camera/recor der allows you to ch oose the desired method when dubbing images recor ded on HDD to a DVD : “Ne w” : T o dub scenes recor ded on HDD to a DVD, without dubbed marks appearing, beginning with the first scene without dubbed mark.
English 81 • If you w ant to dub only the scenes with dubbed marks , "Category" in HDD setting should be designated (see page 110). • Marks will appear f or the thumbnails of the scenes which hav e been once dubbed. If the mark s make the thu mbnails difficult to see , you can turn off the marks (see page 84).
English 82 4 Replace the DVD. If one disc cannot contain all scenes, the screen for verifyin g DVD replacement will appear . T o continue dubbing, press the DISC EJECT button, and then replace the D VD: Dubbing will restar t from the scene following.
English 83 DUBBING ALL SCENES RECORDED ON H DD (DUBBING “ALL ”) Y ou can dub all scenes record ed on the HDD to a DVD from the beginning in sequence. If the scenes cannot be included on one DVD, coun t the capacity siz e of scenes, and dub the scenes that can be stored on the DVD.
English 84 SELECTING SCENES RECORDED ON HDD AND DU BBING THEM (SCENE “SELECT” DUBBING) Y ou can select desired scenes r ecorded on HDD and dub only those scenes on DVDs. 1 Press the DUBBING button . The Dubbing Menu will appea r . Y ou can also display the Dubbing Menu from the Disc Navigatio n screen: Press the DISC NA VIGA TION butt on, press the MENU button, choos e “Scene”, “Dubbing”, “Execute”, and then pr ess the A button.
English 85 Scene 1<3 DELETING SCENES (EDIT – DELETE) Y ou may want to delete unwanted scenes. Scenes on DVD-RW (VF-mode)/DVD -R cannot be d eleted, and menu item “Delete” will not appear with DVD-R W (VF-mode)/D VD-R. When using +R W , no sce ne can be deleted from th e Disc Navigation men u, but the scenes recorded last on it can be deleted (see page 70).
English 86 ● Editing using subme nu Press th e MENU button before pressing th e A button in step 5 (see page 85): Th e submenu will appear . Pressin g the C button will restor e the screen in step 5. * 1 The menu item to be displayed will vary depending on the setting.
English 87 1< COMBINING MUL TIPLE SCEN ES (EDIT – COMBINE) If you have recor ded numerous short scenes, combining them will be faci litated by the use of Disc Navigation. Be sure to select consecutive multiple scenes : When using the HDD or a DVD-RAM, combining scenes is possible only when “Category: All” is specified (p.
English 88 1< DIRECTING SCENES EFFECTIVEL Y (EFFECT – F ADE) Y ou can add fading to the beginning and/or end of scene . There ar e three types of s pecial effects: 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Place the cursor on the scene to which fade is to be added.
English 89 1< PLA YING BA CK BY SKIPPING SCENES (EFFECT – SKIP) Y ou can specify “Skip” for scenes you do not want to play back: The selected scenes will be skipped. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Place the cursor on the sc ene to which skip is to be set .
English 90 1< CHANGING IMA GES FOR THUMBNAI LS (EFFECT – TH UMBNAIL) Normally , the first image of the r ecorded scene is dis played as a thumbnail: Y ou can choose ano ther image of the scene for thumbnail. If you set a vi vid image to thumbnail, you can know what you rec ord e d f ro m a g la n ce a t the Disc Navigation screen.
English 91 13 COPYING STILLS ON D VD-RAM T O CARD (COPY) 1 Set the power switch to “DVD“. 2 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 3 Place the cursor on the scene to be copied. 4 Press the MEN U button. 5 Choose “Copy” on the “Scene” menu screen, and then pres s the A butto n.
English 92 3 LOCKING SCENES ON CARD (LOCK) Y ou can lock each photo recorded on car d so that it will not be deleted or edited by mistake. 1 Set the power switch to “SD”. 2 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 3 Place the cursor on the scene to be locked.
English 93 1<>2/3 SELECTING SCENES USING MENU SCREEN (SELECT) Y ou can use this “Select” function to select consecutive sc enes at one time. This function is useful when ther e are numerous scenes. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Point the cursor at the first or last scene to be selected: When selecting all s cenes, simply proceed with step 3.
English 94 1<>2/3 DISPLA YING INFORMA TION USING MENU SCREEN (DET AIL) Y ou can display various information for a scene: the r ecording mode, recor ding date/time and length, special effects and movie quality mode. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button.
English 95 Pr ogram WHA T IS “PROGRAM”? Program r efers to an assembly of scenes recor ded on the same date regardless of whether they are movie or still. 1<>2/ SWITCHING T O THUMBNAIL DISPLA Y OF SPE CIFIC D A TE (SE LECT) Since the scenes r ecorded on this DVD video camera/recor der are collected as “programs ” for each recor ding date, selecting a pr ogram will allow you to display only the scenes on a specific date.
English 96 1<>2/ PLA YING B ACK PR OGRAM (PLA Y) Y ou can play back only the selected program. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MENU button. 3 Use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “Play” on the “Pr ogram” menu screen, and th en press the A button .
English 97 Note : • If you wish to del ete the letter for title , press the C button once: The input letter will be deleted. Holding down the C b utton will delete all letters in the TITLE column. • Pressing the PHO T O/SELECT but ton on the title setting screen (in step 5) will change the cursor position from the title inpu t bar to character select palette, input mode number , and then to “Cancel”.
English 98 1< Play List WHA T IS “PLA Y LIST”? Y ou can create a play list on this DVD video camera/r ecorder by gathering your favorite s from the rec ord e d s c en e s. Since the play list is not crea ted by copying data , you will consume little of the HD D/DVD capacity by making a play list.
English 99 1< SWITCHING T O DISPLA Y OF EA CH PLA Y LIST (SELECT) Select the desir ed one of multiple play lists: The Disc Navigation screen of the selected play list will appear . 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MEN U button.
English 100 1< ADDING SCENES TO PLA Y LIST (EDITING PLA Y LIST) 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MENU button. 3 Use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “Edit” on the “PlayList” menu scr een, and then press the A button.
English 101 1< DELETING SCENES FROM PLA Y LIST (EDITING PLA Y LIST) 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button, and then pres s the MENU button. 2 Display the editing scr een of the play list to be edited. Perform steps 3 – 4 on page 10 0. 3 Move the cursor to the play list in lower r ow , and place the cursor on scene to be deleted.
English 102 1< DELETING SCENES USING SUBMENU FOR ED ITING (EDITING PLA Y LIST) Y ou can delete scenes from play list on the editing screen . 1 Press th e DISC NA VIGA TION button, an d then press th e MENU b utton. 2 Display the editing scr een of the play list to be edited.
English 103 1< ARRANGING ORDER OF SCENES (MO VE) 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MEN U button. 3 Use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “Select” on the “PlayList” men u screen, a nd then press the A button. Select the play list to be edited, and then press the A button.
English 104 1< CHANGING TITLE OF PLA Y LIST (TITLE) The play lists have serial numbers in th e order you have cr eated them, along with the cr eated dates/ times: Y ou can change this title at any time. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MENU button.
English 105 1<>2/3 Go T o F rom the Disc Navigation screen, you can jump to the first scene or last scene, and pla yback will star t from that point. MO VING T O BEGINNING (END) OF HDD/D VD/CAR D 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MEN U button.
English 106 1< PRO TECTION Y ou can protect the HDD and a DVD-RAM/DVD-RW (VR-mode ) in order to pr event recor ded images fro m being erased or edited by mistake. Fu rth er recording will not be possible on protected disc until the protection is r eleased.
English 107 1< UPD A TING CONTROL INFORMA TIO N OF HD D/D VD-RAM/D VD-R W (VR- MODE) (UPD A TE CONTROL INFO .) Disc Navigation in th is DVD video camera/recor der handles information on s cenes, such as thumbnail, skip, fade, in a particula r manner .
English 108 <>2/ FINALIZING DVD-R W/D VD-R/+R W (F INALIZE D VD) If you want to play back a DVD-RW/DVD-R recorded/dubbed on this DVD video came ra/ recorder , using a device conforming to 8 cm DVD disc – such as a DVD recorder/player , etc.
English 109 >/ ADDITIONALL Y RECORDING ON FINALIZED D VD-R W (VF-MODE)/+RW (UNFIN ALIZE D VD) Y ou can unfinalize the DVD-R W (VF-mode)/+RW finalized on this DVD vi deo camera/recorder so that additio nal recording can be done on it. 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button.
English 110 Others DISPLA YING DUBBE D/UNDUBBED SCENES IN LIST (CA TEGOR Y) Y ou can display all scenes recorded on HDD in this DVD video camera/recor der , by dividing them into those dubbed to DVD and not yet dubbed, on the Disc Navigation scr een.
English 111 1<>2/ PLA YING BA CK SCENES REPEA TEDL Y (REPEA T PLA Y) 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button. 2 Press the MEN U button. 3 Use the f / e / d / c / A buttons to choose “ Repeat Pl ay” on the “Others” menu screen, a nd then press the A button.
English 112 1<>2/3 V iewing on TV Screen Connecting to a TV CONNECTING T O A TV Use the pr ovided A V/S input/output cable to conn ect the DVD video camera/r ecorder to a TV as follows: Note : • Using S-VIDEO will deliver clearer playback status .
English 113 1<>2/3 VIEWING ON TV SCREEN 1 T ur n the TV on and set the input selec tor to “VCR” whichever applicable V ideo input. Refer to the TV in struction manual for how to switch the TV input. 2 T urn the DVD video camera/r ecorder on.
English 114 1<>2/ Playback on DVD Recor der/Player PLA YING B ACK D VD-RAM/D VD-R W (VR-MODE) Y ou can use a D VD recorder or D VD pla yer that conf or ms to D VD-RAM/D VD-RW (VR-mode) to pla y back 8 cm D VD-RAM/D VD-RW (VR-mode) reco rded on this D VD video camera/recorder .
English 115 1<>2/3 Recor ding (Dubbing) Images RECORDING (DUBBING) IMA GES FROM O THER VIDEO DEVICE Y ou can record (dub) images f rom other video devices to disc or car d in this DVD video camera/ rec ord e r . Use the A V/S input/output cable (pr ovided) to connect the DVD video camera/recor der to the other vid eo device a s follows: Bef ore Y ou Begin • Before connecting this D V D video camera/recorder to another device , be sure to tur n both devices off .
English 116 1 Set the input source on the DVD video camera/r ecorder to “LINE (L IN)”. Switch the input refer ring to “Input Source” on (p. 64). 2 T urn on the connected device, and start playback. The picture will appear on the LCD scr een or viewfinder of this DVD video camera/ rec ord e r .
English 117 RECORDING (DUBBING) IMA GES ON O THER VIDEO DEVICES Y ou can record (dub) images pla yed back on this DVD video camera/recor der , on other video devices. Use the A V/S input/output cable (provide d) to connect the DVD video camera/recor der to another video device as shown in the following figure: 1 Press the DISC NA VIGA TION button.
English 118 1<>2/3 Connecting to PC Softwar e Provided Y ou can utilize on PC the videos and photos r ecorded on this DVD video camera/recor der , using the PC connection cable and softwar e CD-ROM pr ovided, or generally available software.
English 119 Requirements of available PC [When using Windo ws] • OS: W indows ® 2000 Pr ofessional SP3 or higher Wi n d o w s ® XP Home Edition or higher Wi n d o w s ® XP Professional Edition or highe r See the following W ebsites to fine out whether the provi ded software can be used on Wi n d o w s Vi s t a : URL:http://www .
English 120 Installing Softwar e [When using Windo ws] 1 Tu r n t h e P C o n . If you have been using the PC, terminate all runn in g so ftw are prog ram s. 2 Insert the provide d CD-ROM into the CD- ROM drive of PC. The installer will automatically start, and the “Choose setting langua ge” screen will automatical ly appear .
English 121 7 Choosing video system: The screen for se tting the video system will appear , and then click “Nex t”. 8 Executing installation: The setups for i nstallation are now co mplete. Click “Install” to execute install ation. Important information for custo mers who use Easy CD Creator 5 made b y Roxio Corporation: If ImageMixer 3 provided with this DVD video camera/r ecorder is installed, Easy CD Creato r 5 may not operate normally .
English 122 [When using Macintosh] 1 T urn the Macintosh on, and insert the provided CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of Macintosh. 2 Double-click th e DVDHS7S icon displayed on desktop. 3 Double- click the icon of “ImageM ixer 3 f or DVDCAM.pkg” displayed on screen.
English 123 Connecting to PC vi a PC Connec tion Cable Use the provided PC connection cable to connect the DVD vide o camera/recor de r to PC as shown below . Note : • The PC connection cabl e does not supp ly power to the D V D video camera/r ecorder : Use the AC adapter/ch arger to pow er the D VD video camera/ recorder.
English 124 When connecting the DVD video camera/recor der to PC, the DVD video camera/r ecorder will be recognized a s a drive. The drive will appear on screen as follows : [When using Windo ws] If the DVD video camera/r ecorder is connected to PC with its power switch set to “HDD” or “DVD”, it will be recognized as an optical disc drive, and a disc set in the DVD video camera/ recor der can be accessed.
English 125 ● When remo ving disc [When using Win dows] Use W indows Explor er or My Computer to choose the drive icon of DVD video camera/r ecorder . → Right-click the mouse. → Choose “Eject”. → The cover of disc insertion block on DVD video camera/r ecorder will open.
English 126 BEFORE TE RMINA TING PC C ONNECTION (UN PLUGGING PC CONNECTION CABLE)/CHANGING O VER PO WER SWITCH [When using Windows] 1 Before unpluggi ng the PC connection cable from PC, terminate the application an d then click the “Har dware Removal” icon on task tray at the bottom right of W indows scr een.
English 127 Using ImageMixer 3 for Windows ImageMixer 3 allows you to captur e the images recorded on th e DVD video camera/recorde r into PC, edit the video file, and cr eate a DVD-V ideo or DVD-VR using the video file. The following shows the basic op eration of ImageMixer 3.
English 128 CREA TING D VD-VID EO USING IMA GES RECORDED ON H DD/DISC Y ou can use the images recorded on the DVD video camera/r ecorder to create a disc th at can be viewed on DVD re corders/players. * A DVD-R W/DVD-R/+RW r ecorded on this DVD vide o camera/recorder must be finalized on this DVD video camera/rec or der (see page 108).
English 129 5 On the “Importing Device” screen, choose “Hitachi DVDCAM (HDD)” when the power switch is set to “HDD”; and “Hitach i DVDCAM” when the power switch is set to “DVD”. If you wish to change the import devi ce, and continue import, unplug the PC connection cable from the PC, and th en change over t he power switch (see page 123).
English 130 8 Click “W rite” to create a DVD-V ideo. Clicking “W rite ” will display the screen for writing. Check “Cr eate disc”, perform setting for write, such as choosin g DVD write drive, and then set a blank DV D-R W /DVD-R into the drive.
English 131 Using ImageMixer 3 Ma c Edition for DVDCAM ImageMixer 3 Mac Edition for DVDCAM allows you to import the images recor ded on this DVD video camera/reco rder into Macintosh as a video file, play back the video file, edit it and cr eate a DVD-V ideo.
English 132 IMPORTING IMA G ES RECORDED ON HDD/DISC INTO MA CINT OSH ImageMixer 3 allows you to import movie files recorded on HDD/disc into Macintosh as MPEG files. Using ImageMixer 3, you can play back the imported video file, combine imag es, cut-edit them; and also cre ate a DVD-V ideo.
English 133 CREA TING D VD-VIDEO USING IMA GES RECORDED ON HDD/DISC Y ou can use the images record ed on the DVD video camera/r ecorder to create a dis c that can be pl ay e d o n ot he r DV D rec o rde r s/ pl a ye rs . * A DVD-R W/DVD-R/+RW r ecorded on this DVD vide o camera/recorder mus t be finalized on this DVD video camera/recorder (see page 108) befor e importing the images on it.
English 134 5 Wr i t e t o a D V D . Y ou can check the video files in a DVD list. Select the video file you wish to che ck and click the Playbac k icon at the bo ttom of scr een. When checking the video files in list, click “W rit e” at the bottom of screen: The screen for setting the write drive will appear .
English 135 Uninstalling Softwar e [When using Windo ws] Use “Control Pa nel” to open “Add or Remove Applications”, choose the application to be uninstalled from the di splayed list of applicatio ns, and then click the “Change/Remove ” button.
English 136 Cautions when connec ting DVD video camera/ rec o rd e r t o P C Use the AC adapter/char g er to power the D VD video camera/recorder when connecting it to PC: The DVD video camera/r ecorder can also use a battery , but if the DVD video camera/recor der cuts off duri ng data transfer , important recor dings will be lost: If data is being written to disc, the disc will then be unusable.
137 English Subsidiar y Infor mation Intr oduction to Op tional Accessories CAMERA A CCESSORIES W ide conversion lens (DZ-WL1)* (p. 52) T ele-conversion lens (DZ-TL1)* (p. 52) Step-up ring (DZ- SR3437) (p. 52) PO WER SUPPL Y Battery (DZ-BP7SW) Battery (DZ- BP14SW) • When using camera accessories, be sure t o read the instru ction manuals f or each accessor y .
English 138 T rouble Messages A message may appear while y ou are operating th e D VD video camera/recorder . If a message appears, ref er to the following tab le and take appropriate corrective action. Messages are arranged in alphabetical order .
English 139 Cannot comb ine scene of multiple pr ograms. Create P layList first, and then combine scenes. Scenes in different programs (different record ing dates) cannot be combined. Cr eate a Pla ylist first, and the n combine such scenes on the playli st.
English 140 Card error has occurred. • The card ter min als may be dir ty: Wipe off dir t, a nd tr y the card again, or use another card . • Data other th an still ima ge may be included: Use an other card. 25 Card error has occurred. F or mat the card now? W as the card formatte d on PC ? Was f or mat ting int errup ted midway? When using the card on this DVD video camera/ recorder, choose “YES” and form at it.
English 141 D VD error has occurred. K eep D VD insi de & restar t. Disc error c ould have occurred dur ing editin g of scenes. T ur n off the D VD video camera/recor der with the dis c being used in it, conn ect AC adapter/charger, and then power the D VD video camera/re corder again.
English 142 D VD-RAM, Finalize is not required . This message will appear if you press the FINALIZE button with a D VD-RAM loaded in t his D VD video camera/re corder . No finalizatio n is necessary fo r a D VD-RAM. 108 END OF CARD No more recording on this card can be done: Delete unnecessary stills or us e another card.
English 143 NO D VD This message may appear when the D VD video camera/recor der or disc is moved from a cold plac e to a warm place. Condensation has occurred on the camera/re corder lens or HDD/ D VD drive. Do not remove the disc; leav e the DVD video camera/ recorder t urne d off in a place as dr y as possible for 1 – 2 hours.
English 144 *1 • This message may also appear when dirt adheres to disc. If this mess age appears when a recorded disc is recognized immediately after it is inserte d, do not repa ir the disc; remove it and then use the provided disc cleaning cloth to clean off the dirt before using it.
English 145 T roubleshooting Check to see the f ollowing before asking f or a repai r . If the su ggested solution still cannot restore th e D VD video camera/recorder to normal, do not attempt to repair it yourself , but consult your dealer . P ower supplies Symptom Cause and Correction Reference page Batter y cann ot be charged.
English 146 During recording P ower cannot be tur ned off. Detach the batter y or AC adapter/charger once, and th en press the RESET b utton of D VD vid eo camera/recor der : Reattach a p ower supply to D VD video camera/recor der before turning it on again.
English 147 During pla yback Focus is not correct. Is it difficult to use auto focus with your subj ect? Fo cus manually . 54 Does manual focus icon appea r? The D VD vide o camera/reco rder is s et to ma nual focus. F ocus the subjec t manually , or release manual focus.
English 148 When the D VD video camera/re corder is connected to PC Poor pl ayb ack pi ct u re. W as the image input from analog VCR (VHS, 8 mm) and recorded? The problem may be improv ed if a VCR equipped with TBC circuit is used for playbac k.
English 149 Error occurs in pla yback of D VD video camera/ recorder on PC. If error oc curs with US B connection, the transfer rate is not suffici ent. It is re commended th at you use a USB ter minal conforming to USB 2.0 when connec ting the D VD vide o camera/ recorder .
English 150 Miscellaneous “Hardw are Remov al” results in e rror . Exit Windo ws ® once, and then disconnect the D VD video camera/ recorder. If y our PC uses Windows ® 2000 Professional, the problem ma y be sol ved if you install Windows ® 2000 SP3 or later .
English 151 Operating soun d is heard cycli cally . This soun d is heard becau se the disc is cyclical ly operated an d does not in dicate a f ault. — Some vibratio ns are felt or slight soun d is heard from mech anism. These vibrati ons or sound ar e caused by HDD/disc dr ive: This does not in dicate a f ault.
English 152 System Reset If the D VD video came ra/recorder does not operate normally , perform “System Reset”: The D VD video camera/record er may reco ver to normal. “System Reset” will reset all settings to f actory defaults. The da te and time will also be reset: Set the date and time again bef ore using the D VD video camera/recorder .
English 153 • Some items will not appear depending on the disc or card inserted. Major Specifications Initial Setup Beep On p . 34 Po w e r S a v e Of f p. 3 4 Record LED On p . 35 Language English p . 34 Demo Mode A uto p . 35 CCD 1/6-inch i nterl aced T otal numbe r of pixels approx.
English 154 Recordin g for m at D VD-RAM/D VD-R W (VR-mode) Movie: Conforming to D VD vide o recording ( D VD-VR) format (Dolby Digital) D VD-RW (VF-mode)/ DV D - R Movie: Conforming to D VD video for mat (Dolby Digital) +RW Mo vie: D VD+RW video f or mat (Do lby Digital) Card Still: Conforming to JPEG (640×480 pixels , Exter nal input: 640 × 480 pixels) standard Audio pla yback format MPEG Audio la yer 2, linear PCM, Dolby Digital Recordab le discs 8 cm D VD-RAM (con forming to D VD-RAM V er .
English 155 ST ORA GE CAP A CITY OF HDD/DVD/CARD Recordab le Time On HDD *1 Recordable Time On Disc Movie recor dable time on one disc (on single side) (when r ecording only movi es) Note : • If you record in XTRA mode at hig h temperatures, the D VD video camera/recorder will heat up and the maximum transf er rate will be li mited to approx.
English 156 RECORD ABLE STILLS (PHOT OS) ON CARD With external input (The numbers of r ecordable stills above ar e only for refere nce) Size And Quality Of Photos The following table s hows the file size and qu ality of one still (JPE G) rec orde d o n ca rd: The quality mode can be chosen when r ecording stills on car d (p.
English 157 T o Order in the United States BY PHONE T o Order in the Canada T O ORDER A CCESSORIES (Canada only) BY PHONE POUR COMMANDER DES A CCESSOIRES (Canada seulement) P AR TÉLÉPHONE DECLARA TION OF CONFORMITY with FCC Rules for Electromagnetic Compatibility This device complies with par t 15 of FCC Rules.
English 158 Index Numerics 16:9 ................................................................. 62 8 cm bare disc .................................................. 24 A AC adapt er/charger ........................................... 26 ACCESS/ PC indicator .
English 159 Lens cap string attachment hole .......................... 22 Linear PCM .................................................... 154 Lock ................................................................ 92 LOCK switch ...............
English 160 Be sur e to read the fo llowing before opening the package of CD-ROM This Agreement will take ef fect at the moment you open the package of the storage device (CD-ROM) pr ovided with this product, if you agre e to the terms herein. If you do not accept the terms of th is Agreement, immediately r eturn the unopened package of storage medium and enclosed materials (printed matter , external package, and all others) to your dealer , or return only the package of storage medium to your dealer .
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U . S .A. ONLY NOT VALID IN CANADA HIT A CHI • DVD Products • VCR Products • CAMCORDER Products • AC ADAPTER CHARGER Conditions of Hitachi Limited Warranty LIMITED WARRANTY Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Platform Systems (“Hitachi,”) warrants this component in duration as stated below: Hitachi America, Ltd.
REGISTER YOUR PRODUCT ON-LINE AT HITACHI.COM/TV OR MAIL IN TO ADDRESS ON THIS CARD. HIT AC H I Model No. Serial No. Customer Name Date of purchase Customer Address City State Zip Phone No. ( ) Dealer name Dealer address City State Zip “In order to allow Hitachi to better serve customer needs, please complete this card and return it to Hitachi America, Ltd.
Register your product on-line at hitachi.com/tv or mail this portion to the following address Attn:Warranty Department Hitachi America, Ltd., Ubiquitous Platform Systems 900 Hitachi Way Chula Vista,.
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IMPORT ANT REGISTER Y OUR PRODUCT ON-LINE A T: WWW .HIT ACHI.CA IMPORT ANT ENREGISTREZ V OTRE PR ODUIT EN-LIGNE À: WWW . HIT A CHI.CA “In order to allow Hitachi to better serve our customers’ needs, please complete this card and return it to Hitachi Canada Ltd.
Register your product on-line at Hitachi.ca or mail to the address on this card. Enregistrez votre produit en ligne à Hitachi.ca ou par la poste à l’adresse indiquée sur cette car te. A TT:W ARRANTY DEP ARTMENT HIT A CHI CANADA L TD . 1-2495 MEADOWPINE Blvd.
English 169 HITACHI AMERICA, LTD. UBIQUITOUS PLATFORM SYSTEMS 900 Hitachi Way Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556 Service Hotline: 1-800-HITACHI (1-800-448-2244) http://www.hitachi.ca HITACHI CANADA LTD. DIGITAL MEDIA DIVISION 1-2495 Meadowpine Blvd. Mississauga, Ontario L5N 6C3 CANADA Service Direct: 1-800-HITACHI (1-800-448-2244) This manual was printed with soy based ink.
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