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Video Light (GR-SXM49/FXM393/SX25 only)
To brighten the scene when natural lighting is too dim. Pressing LIGHT # changes the Video Light mode sequentially as shown below.
OFF (no indication) AUTO ( ) ON ( )

To produce the zoom in/out effect. Digital circuitry extends the maximum magnification offered by optical zoom. This system is called Digital Zoom. • Slide the Power Zoom Lever 3 towards “T” to zoom in, or “W” to zoom out. • The further you slide the Power Zoom Lever 3, the quicker the zoom action. • Focusing may become unstable during Zooming. In this case, set the zoom while in Record– Standby, lock the focus by using the manual focus ( pg. 12, “Auto/Manual Focus”), then zoom in or out in Record mode. • The zoom level indicator O- moves during zoom. Once the zoom level indiator Oreaches the top, all magnification from that point is through digital processing. • When using Digital Zoom, the quality of image may suffer. To deactivate Digital Zoom, set “D.ZOOM” ( MENU. pg. 20) to “OFF” in SYSTEM

OFF : Turns off the light. AUTO: Automatically turns on the light when the camcorder senses insufficient lighting on the subject. ON : Always keeps the light on as long as the camcorder is turned on. • It is recommended to set M.W.B. ( pg. 19) to in CAMERA MENU when you use the video light. • Even if the battery indicator ( ) does not blink if the battery pack’s charge is low, the camcorder may turn off automatically when you turn on the video light, or when you start recording with the video light turned on. • When the Video Light mode is set to “AUTO”: • Depending on the lighting conditions, the video light may keep turning on and off. Press LIGHT # repeatedly until “ON” or “OFF” is selected as required. • While the “Sports” or “High Speed Shutter” mode is engaged, the light is likely to stay on. While the “Twilight” mode is engaged, the light will not activate. ( pg. 24, “Programme AE with Special Effects”) DANGER • The video light can become extremely hot. Do not touch it either while in operation or soon after turning it off, otherwise serious injury may result. • Do not place the camcorder into the carrying case immediately after using the video light, since it remains extremely hot for some time. • When operating, keep a distance of about 30 cm between the video light and people or objects. • Do not use near flammable or explosive materials. • It is recommended that you consult your nearest JVC dealer for replacing the video light.

• Digital zoom cannot be used when the “VIDEO ECHO” mode ( pg. 24, “Digital Effects”) is activated.

Quick Review
To check the end of the last recording. 1) Make sure the camcorder is in the Record– Standby mode. 2) Press 2 e and release quickly. Tape is rewound for approx. 1 second and played back automatically, then pauses in Record–Standby mode for the next shot. • Distortion may occur at the start of playback. This is normal.

To re-record certain segments. 1) Make sure the camcorder is in the Record– Standby mode. 2) Press and hold either RETAKE * or e to reach the start point for new recording. Pressing 3 * forwards the tape and pressing 2 e reverses it. 3) Press the Recording Start/Stop Button 0 to start recording. • Noise bars appear and pictures may become monochrome or darken during Retake. This is normal.


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