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Additional Information
• Condensation may form on the
surface of the screen when the
temperature changes suddenly. Wipe
it with a soft dry cloth.
Condensation
Moving the camcorder rapidly between
hot and cold temperatures may cause
condensation (water droplets) to form
on its internal surfaces. Stop using the
camcorder if condensation is detected.
Continued use may damage the
camcorder.
Condensation may form in the following
cases:
• When the camcorder is moved from
an air-conditioned room to a warm,
humid place
• When the camcorder is moved from a
cold place to a warm room
• When the camcorder is left in a humid
room
• When a cold room is heated rapidly
TO AVOID CONDENSATION
• Do not expose the camcorder to
sudden or extreme changes in
temperature.
• Unload the disc, place the camcorder
in an airtight plastic bag and let it
adjust to temperature changes slowly
before removing it from the bag.
WHEN CONDENSATION IS DETECTED
• The camcorder automatically shuts
off. If a disc is loaded, remove the
disc immediately and leave the disc
cover open. Leaving the disc in the
camcorder may damage it.
• A disc cannot be loaded when
condensation is detected.
RESUMING USE
The precise time required for water
droplets to evaporate will vary
depending on the location and weather
conditions. As a general rule, wait for 2
hours before resuming use of the
camcorder.
Using the Camcorder Abroad
Power Sources
You can use the compact power
adapter to operate the camcorder and
to charge battery packs in any country
with power supply between 100 and
240 V AC, 50/60 Hz. Consult a Canon
Service Center for information on plug
adapters for overseas use.
Playback on a TV Screen
You can only play back your recordings
on TVs compatible with the NTSC
system. The NTSC system is used in
the following countries/areas:
American Samoa, Antigua, Aruba,
Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia,
Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica,
Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Greenland,
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