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Sony HDR-CX900E - HDR-CX900E Manuel d'aide (version imprimable) Anglais

Sony HDR-CX900E - HDR-CX900E Manuel d'aide (version imprimable) Anglais

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display/Warning indicators Self-diagnosis display If indicators appear on the LCD monitor or in the viewfinder, check the following. If the problem persists even after you have tried to fix a couple of times, contact your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility. When you contact them, give them the complete error code beginning with C or E displayed on the LCD monitor. You may hear a melody when an important warning indicator appears on the LCD monitor. C:(or E:) : (Self-diagnosis display) C:04: You are not using the designated battery pack. Make sure to use the designated battery pack. Connect the DC plug of the AC Adaptor to the DC IN jack of this product firmly. C:06: The battery pack temperature is high. Change the battery pack or place it in a cool place. C:13: / C:32: Remove the power source. Reconnect it and operate this product again. E: : Follow the steps from 2 on “If you have problems.” (Battery level warning) The battery pack is nearly used up. Depending on the operating environment or battery conditions, 20 minutes of power remaining. may flash even with about (Warning indicator pertaining to battery pack temperature) The battery pack temperature is high. Change the battery pack or place it in a cool place. (Warning indicator pertaining to memory card) Slow flashing Free spaces for recording images are running out. No memory card is inserted. Fast flashing There is not enough free spaces for recording images. After storing the images on other media,

delete unnecessary images, or format the memory card. The image data base file may be damaged. Check the data base file by selecting - [Setup] - [ Media Settings] - [Repair Img. DB F.] - the recording medium. The memory card is damaged. (Warning indicators pertaining to memory card formatting) The memory card is damaged. The memory card is not formatted correctly. (Warning indicator pertaining to incompatible memory card) Incompatible memory card is inserted. (Warning indicator pertaining to the write-protect of the memory card) The memory card is write-protected. Access to the memory card was restricted on another device. (Warning indicator pertaining to the external device) The image data base file may be damaged. Check the data base file by selecting - [Setup] - [ Media Settings] - [Repair Img. DB F.] - the recording medium. The external device is damaged. (Warning indicators pertaining to external device formatting) The external device is damaged. The external device is not formatted correctly. (Warning indicator pertaining to camera-shake warning) This product is unsteady, so camera-shake easily occurs. Hold this product steady with both hands and record the image. However, note that the camera shake warning indicator does not disappear. (Warning indicator pertaining to photo recording) The recording media is full. Photos cannot be recorded during processing. Wait for a while, then record. You cannot capture photos while recording movies in the following situations: When [ REC Mode] is set to [Highest Quality ] When the [ Frame Rate] is set to [60p] (models with NTSC color system) or [50p] (models with PAL color system) When an item of [Picture Effect] is selected When [Dual Video REC] is set to [On] [265] Troubleshooting Warning messages Warning messages Warning Indicators

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    Help Guide: Digital 4K Video Camera

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    Adjusting the exposure [28] Adjusti

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    Saving images on an external media

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    Scene Selection [99] Picture Effect

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    TV Type [155] HDMI Resolution [156]

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    About care and storage of the lens

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    Recording Pressing START/STOP or PH

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    Warning Indicators [265] [1] How to

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    11. NIGHT SHOT light 12. Multi/Micr

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    4. Viewfinder lens adjustment dial

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    [Face Detection] set to [Off] [Smil

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    50 Mbps Feature: Allows you to reco

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    [9] How to Use Getting started Chec

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    A: AC Adaptor B: Power cord (mains

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    °F to 86 °F). [13] How to Use Get

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    3. Select the desired geographical

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    Inserting a memory card Insert a me

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    3. Press START/STOP to start record

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    Controlling the image settings manu

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    A: Aperture value B: Icon to switch

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    Each time you press the button, the

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    If you change the ND filter setting

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    Each time you press the FOCUS MAGNI

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    Face detection: (Portrait), (Baby)

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    Note When [Dual Video REC] is set t

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    [40] How to Use Playback Playing im

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    3. Play a movie or a photo. 4. Sele

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    Note The scenarios can be played on

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    Another icon may appear instead of

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    A: Returns to the beginning of the

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    [52] How to Use Playback Playing im

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    [54] How to Use Playback Playing im

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    Connecting this product to a non-hi

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    A: Import images from this product

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    Disconnecting this product from the

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    The number of scenes may be smaller

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    2. Select [Play without copying.].

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    images. [71] How to Use Saving imag

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    Playing images on a TV Note You can

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    If PlayMemories Mobile is already i

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    A: SSID B: Password 6. Start PlayMe

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    Note You cannot transfer XAVC S mov

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    This function is not available for

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    3. Select the SSID displayed on thi

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    [Send to Smartphone] starts up and

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    How to use the keyboard A keyboard

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    [Recording...] disappears when reco

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    White Balance You can adjust the co

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    1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Manual Settin

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    This product displays the focal dis

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    Reproduces the atmosphere of scenes

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    (Posterization): Creates a high con

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    Self-Timer Press PHOTO to start the

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    This product adjusts the exposure f

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    Dual Capture ( ): Only during movie

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    [115] How to Use Menu operations Ca

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    Descriptions of menu items Off ( ):

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    1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Shooting Assi

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    Color: Select the color from [White

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    [50p]. [129] How to Use Menu operat

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    Set the recording format for record

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    Note This function is available onl

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    and the movie playback format. 3. -

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    Repair the image database file when

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    Note The data code is displayed on

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    The desired access point is not dis

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    Network Info Reset In addition to t

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