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Text excerpt from page 13 (click to view)
RECORDING Basic Recording (cont.)
Shooting while watching the LCD monitor
Before the following steps, perform step 1 ( pg. 12).
ENTER RECORDâSTANDBY MODE
LENS COVER Switch
Make sure the LCD monitor is fully open. Slide the LENS COVER Open/Close Switch to open the lens cover, then set the Power Switch to CAMERA. â¢The power indicator lights and the camcorder enters the RecordâStandby mode. â¢The scene youâre aimed at appears in the LCD monitor, with the word âPAUSEâ superimposed upon it. Tilt the LCD monitor upward/downward for best viewability ( pg. 15) and press the Recording Start/Stop button.
Power indicator Power Switch Start/Stop Button
â¢â â appears in the LCD monitor while recording is in progress.
Press the Recording Start/Stop Button again to stop recording. â¢The camcorder re-enters the Record-Standby mode.
Tally lamp (lights while recording is in progress)
â When you use the LCD monitor outdoors in direct sunlight, the LCD monitor may be difficult to see. If this happens, we recommend that you use the viewfinder ( pg. 12). â The tape remaining time is not displayed on the LCD monitor. However, when the tape is about to reach its end, the following indicators appear: â 2MINâ Â¥â 1MINâ Â¥â 0MINâ. â For other notes, refer to pg. 13.