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• When activated, the camcorder will
switch automatically to the digital
zoom when you zoom in beyond the
optical zoom range.
• With the digital zoom the image is
digitally processed, so the image
resolution will deteriorate the more
you zoom in.
• About the color of the zoom indicator:
Optical Zoom
Digital Zoom
White
Light
blue
Dark
blue
Up to 10x
10x 40x
40x 200x
• The digital zoom cannot be used with
the [ NIGHT] recording program.
AF MODE
[
INSTANT AF], [
NORMAL AF]
Select how fast the autofocus will
operate.
• With [
INSTANT AF] the autofocus
adjusts quickly to a new subject. This
is convenient for example when
changing the focus from a near
subject to a far subject in the
background, or when recording fastmoving subjects.
• When the optional Wide-converter or
Tele-converter is attached to the
camcorder, it may partially obstruct
the Instant AF sensor. Set the AF
mode to [
NORMAL AF].
FOCUS ASSIST
ZOOM SPEED
[
VARIABLE], [
SPEED 3],
[
SPEED 2], [
SPEED 1]
• When set to [
VARIABLE] the
zoom speed depends on how you
operate the zoom lever: Press lightly
for a slow zoom; press harder for
faster zooms.
• The fastest zoom speed can be
achieved with [
VARIABLE].
Among the fixed zoom speeds,
[
SPEED 3] is the fastest and
[
SPEED 1] the slowest.
Mode switch: P
[
ON], [
OFF]
You can use the focus assist function to
make sure you focus correctly.
• The focus assist function magnifies
the image that appears at the center
of the screen in order to help you
when you are using the manual focus.
• Using the focus assist function will
not affect the recordings. The focus
assist function will be cancelled when
you start recording.
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