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Sony FDR-X1000VR - FDR-X1000VR Manuel d'aide Anglais

Sony FDR-X1000VR - FDR-X1000VR Manuel d'aide Anglais

press the ENTER button.

press the ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select the following setting, then press the ENTER button. RESOL: Sets the output resolution of the HDMI signal. AUTO: Sets the HDMI resolution signal automatically. 2160p (FDR-X1000V only): Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 2160p. 1080p: Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 1080p. 1080i: Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 1080i. 720p: Sets the HDMI resolution signal to 720p. BACK: Returns to the [HDMI] menu. 24/60: Sets the output HDMI signal frame rate. 60p: Output HDMI signal is 60p. 24p: Output HDMI signal is 24p. BACK: Returns to the [24/60] menu. * Available only when in movie mode (not available when playback). * This setting is disabled when VMODE is set to a setting other than 1080 24p. * This setting is disabled when the HDMI resolution is set to a setting other than 1080. TCOUT: Sends the time code or the user bit information to a device connected with HDMI. ON: Sends the time code or user bit information. OFF: Does not send the time code or user bit information. BACK: Returns to the [TCOUT] menu. * Unavailable when [V.FMT] is set to [MP4]. R.CTL: Controls the recording on a device connected with HDMI. ON: Controls the recording on the device. OFF: Does not control the recording on the device.

BACK: Returns to the [R.CTL] menu. * Unavailable when [V.FMT] is set to [MP4]. BACK: Returns to the [HDMI] menu. [49] How to use Changing the Settings Camera settings USB Power Supply When connecting the camera to a computer or USB device with the micro USB cable (supplied), the camera can be set so the connected device supplies power to it. 1. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select [SETUP] - [CONFG] - [USBPw], then press the ENTER button. 2. Press the NEXT button or PREV button to select the following setting, then press the ENTER button. ON: Supplies power from a connected device, through the micro USB cable. OFF: Does not supply power from a connected device, through the micro USB cable. BACK: Returns to the [USBPw] menu. Note If you change the setting of the USB power supply while the micro USB cable is connected, disconnect the cable, then reconnect. Power may not be supplied properly from a USB device with a power supply capacity of less than 1.5 A. If you turn the power of the camera on while charging the battery pack, charging stops