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CMS-XML Overriding the auto shut-off feature of this digital video camera
CMS-XML Using AE Shift on the XL series camcorders.
Using AE Shift You can use the AE Shift control to manually override the automatic exposure system to darken or lighten the image. Select from 13 AE levels (+2.0, +1.5, +1.0, +0.75, +0.5, +0.25, +/-0, -0.25, -0.5, -0.75, -1.0, -1.5, -2.0).
CMS-XML Using the exposure modes on the XL H1 series camcorders
Using the Programmed AE Modes Programmed auto exposure modes provide automated advanced recording techniques ensuring professional results in various shooting conditions.
CMS-XML Using the exposure modes on the XL2 camcorder
Using the Programmed AE Modes Availability of functions in each recording program. Programmed auto exposure modes provide automated advanced recording techniques ensuring professional results in various shooting conditions.
CMS-XML Care and maintenance of the HDV series camcorders
Camcorder Handling Precautions Do not leave the camcorder in places subject to high temperatures, such as a sun-heated car , and high humidity. Do not use the camcorder in places subject to magnetic or electric fields such as near the TV transmitters or portable communication devices.
CMS-XML Adjusting the gain on the XL2 and XL H1 camcorders
Adjusting the Gain Gain control adjusts the amount of video signal generated depending upon lighting and shooting conditions. You can select from automatic gain control and preset levels that range from -3 to +18 dB.
CMS-XML A vertical smear appears in the video. Objects seem to be leaning in the video. The video looks stretched or rubbery. Black or dark bands occur in the video during playback.
Problem: A vertical smear appears in the video. Cause: Any bright point of light can potentially cause smear, such as street lights and car headlights or if the camera is shooting footage of a camera flash, or even the sun. Solution:
CMS-XML Adjusting the exposure on the XL H1 camcorder
Exposure Lock mark above the indicator denotes the automatic exposure setting. The I
CMS-XML Difficult subjects for autofocus.
Autofocus can fail to achieve focus (the focus confirmation light <> blinks) with certain subjects such as the following: Subjects in low light. Extremely backlit and reflective subjects ( car with a reflective body, etc.). Overlapping near and far objects (animal in a cage, etc.).
CMS-XML How to reduce or eliminate camcorder motor noise while recording
In quiet situations, I can hear the noise of the motor being recorded. What can I do about this? Automatic audio gain will set the volume to capture any available noise. In a very quiet setting, this may be the sound of the camcorder motor, which could sound like a hum. To correct for this, provide some 'white' background noise, such as a radio or television.
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