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EN81

SYMPTOM

17.Programme AE with special effects and Fade/Wipe Effects do not work.

18.The Black & White Fader does not work.

19.The Dissolve function does not work.

20.The Picture Wipe and Dissolve functions do not work.

21.The picture wipe function does not work.

22.Scene transition does not go as expected.

23.The Video Echo mode does not work.

POSSIBLE CAUSES

 

CORRECTIVE ACTION

17. • The Operation Switch is set to

 

17. • Set the Operation Switch to

“ ”.

 

“ ” ( pg. 34, 36).

 

 

 

18. • The Sepia or Monotone mode

 

18. • Turn off Sepia and Monotone

is activated.

 

( pg. 34, 36).

 

 

 

19. • The Sepia, Monotone or Slow

 

19. • Turn off Sepia, Monotone or

Shutter mode of Programme

 

Slow Shutter before adding

AE with special effects is

 

Dissolve to a scene transition

activated.

 

( pg. 34, 36).

• “WIDE MODE” is set to

 

• Set “WIDE MODE” to

“SQUEEZE” or “PS-WIDE”in

 

“CINEMA” or “OFF” mode

the Menu Screen.

 

( pg. 28).

• The previously selected mode

 

• Make sure you have selected

of Programme AE with special

 

the mode of Programme AE

effects was changed after the

 

with special effects you want

last selected scene for editing

 

before starting editing

was registered.

 

( pg. 34, 36).

 

 

 

20. • The last selected editing scene

 

20. • Select Picture Wipe or

is ending.

 

Dissolve before beginning

• At the end of the last selected

 

recording. The effects are then

scene for editing, the POWER

 

automatically activated

Switch was set to “OFF”.

 

( pg. 34).

• The power is off.

 

• Do not turn off the

 

 

camcorder’s power after

 

 

setting Edit-InandEdit-Out

 

 

points, as they will all be

 

 

erased ( pg. 34).

 

 

• The camcorder automatically

 

 

shuts off after 5 minutes have

 

 

elapsed in the Record-Standby

 

 

mode. Make sure you

 

 

continue operations within 5

 

 

minutes after engaging Record-

 

 

Standby mode ( pg. 34).

 

 

 

21. • The Slow Shutter mode is

 

21. • Disengage the Slow Shutter

activated.

 

mode or set “WIDE MODE”

• “WIDE MODE” is not set to

 

to “OFF” before preparing to

“OFF”.

 

use the Picture Wipe

 

 

( pg. 28, 34, 36).

 

 

 

22. • When using “Picture Wipe/

 

22.

Dissolve” ( pg. 34), there is

 

 

a delay of a fraction of a

 

 

second between the previous

 

 

record stop-pointand the

 

————

Dissolve start-point.This is

 

normal, but this slight delay

 

 

becomes especially

 

 

noticeable when shooting

 

 

fast-movingsubject or during

 

 

rapid panning.

 

 

 

 

 

23. • The Picture Wipe or

 

23. • Set “WIDE MODE” to

Dissolve functions are in use.

 

“CINEMA” or “OFF” mode

• “WIDE MODE” is set to

 

( pg. 28).

“SQUEEZE” or “PS-WIDE”in

 

• Do not try to use the Video

the Menu Screen.

 

Echo mode during a Fade-In

• A Fade-InorFade-Outis in

 

or Fade-Out( pg. 34, 36).

progress.

 

 

 

 

 

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TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)

SYMPTOM

24.Even when Slow Shutter is not selected, the image looks like it is activated.

25.There is no strobe when the Classic Film or Strobe mode is activated.

26.White Balance cannot be activated.

27.When shooting a subject illuminated by bright light, vertical lines appear.

28.When the screen is under direct sunlight during shooting, the screen becomes red or black for an instant.

29.During recording, the date/ time does not appear.

30.Files stored in the MultiMediaCard cannot be deleted.

31.The indicators and messages do not appear.

32.Images on the LCD monitor appear dark or whitish.

33.The rear of the LCD monitor is hot.

34.The indicators and the image colour on the LCD monitor are not clear.

 

POSSIBLE CAUSES

 

 

CORRECTIVE ACTION

24.

• When shooting in the dark,

24.

• If you want the lighting to

 

the unit becomes highly

 

 

look more natural, set GAIN

 

sensitive to light and the

 

 

UP to “AGC” or “OFF” in the

 

image takes on an effect

 

 

Menu Screen ( pg. 27).

 

similar to Slow Shutter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25.

• The Picture Wipe or Dissolve

25.

• Do not try to use the Classic

 

function is in use.

 

 

Film or Strobe mode during a

 

 

 

 

scene transition ( pg. 34,

 

 

 

 

36).

 

 

 

 

26.

• The Sepia or Monotone mode

26.

• Turn off Sepia or Monotone

 

is activated.

 

 

before setting White Balance

 

 

 

 

( pg. 36, 39).

 

 

 

 

27.

• This is a result of exceedingly

27.

————

 

high contrast, and is not a

 

 

 

malfunction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

28.

• This is not a malfunction.

28.

 

 

 

 

 

————

 

 

 

 

29.

• “DATE/TIME” is set to “OFF”

29.

• Set “DATE/TIME” to “ON” in

 

in the Menu Screen.

 

 

the Menu Screen ( pg. 29).

 

Self-Recordingis performed.

 

 

• During Self-Recording,the

 

 

 

 

date/time does not appear

 

 

 

 

( pg. 17).

 

 

 

 

30.

• Files stored in the

30.

• Remove protection from the

 

MultiMediaCard are protected.

 

 

files stored in the

 

 

 

 

MultiMediaCard and delete

 

 

 

 

them ( pg. 48, 49).

 

 

 

 

31.

• “ON SCREEN” is set to

31.

• Set “ON SCREEN” to “LCD”

 

“SIMPLE” or “TIME CODE” is

 

 

or “LCD/TV” and set “TIME

 

set to “OFF” in the Menu

 

 

CODE” to “ON” in the Menu

 

Screen.

 

 

Screen ( pg. 29, 41).

 

 

 

 

32.

• In places subject to low

32.

• Adjust the brightness and

 

temperature, images become

 

 

angle of the LCD monitor

 

dark due to the characteristics

 

 

( pg. 16, 17).

 

of the LCD monitor. When

 

 

 

 

this happens, the displayed

 

 

 

 

colours differ from those that

 

 

 

 

are actually recorded. This is

 

 

 

 

not a defect of the camcorder.

 

 

 

When the LCD monitor's fluorescent light reaches the end of its service life, images on the LCD monitor become dark. Consult your nearest JVC dealer.

33.

• The light used to illuminate

33. • Close the LCD monitor to turn

 

the LCD monitor causes it to

it off or set the POWER

 

become hot.

Switch to “OFF”, and let the

 

 

unit cool down.

 

 

 

34.

• This may occur when the

34.

 

surface or the edge of the LCD

————

 

monitor is pressed.

 

SYMPTOM

35.The LCD monitor or viewfinder indications blink.

36.Coloured bright spots appear all over the LCD monitor or the viewfinder.

37.During recording, sound cannot be heard.

38.Play, Rewind and FastForward functions do not work.

39.A MultiMediaCard cannot be played back.

40.The tape is moving, but there is no picture.

41.The LCD monitor image is distorted.

42.Images on the LCD monitor are jittery.

43.For GR-DVX10owners: There is no playback picture on the connected TV.

44.Blocks of noise appear during playback, or there is no playback picture and the screen becomes blue.

POSSIBLE CAUSES

35.• Certain Fade/Wipe effects, certain modes of Programme AE with special effects, “DIS” and other functions that cannot be used together are selected at the same time.

36.• The LCD monitor and the viewfinder are made with high-precisiontechnology.

However, black spots or bright spots of light (red, green or blue) may appear constantly on the LCD monitor or the viewfinder. These spots are not recorded on the tape. This is not due to any defect of the unit. (Effective dots: more than 99.99 %)

37.• The optional headphones are not connected to the headphones connector.

The sound volume of the headphones connector was not adjusted appropriately. The sound volume at this point is the same as the level it was adjusted to during playback.

38.• The POWER Switch is not set to “”.

39.• The POWER Switch is set to

” or “”.

40.• Your TV has AV input terminals, but is not set to its VIDEO mode.

The cassette holder cover is open.

41.• During playback of the unrecorded portion, Highspeed Search and still playback, LCD monitor indications appear distorted. This is not a defect.

42.• The speaker volume is too great.

43.• Since the analogue input mode is engaged, the camcorder is in the RecordStandby mode.

44.

————

EN83

CORRECTIVE ACTION

35.Re-readthe sections covering Fade/Wipe effects,

Programme AE with special effects and “DIS” ( pg. 28, 34 – 36).

36.

————

37.• Connect the optional

headphones to the headphone connector ( pg. 86, 87).

Adjust the sound volume during playback ( pg. 40).

38.• Set the POWER Switch to

” ( pg. 40).

39. • Set thePOWER Switch to

PLAY

” ( pg. 45).

 

MEMORY

 

40. • Set the TV to the mode or channel appropriate for video playback ( pg. 56, 57).

• Close the cassette holder cover ( pg. 10).

41.

————

42.• Turn the speaker volume down ( pg. 40).

43.• Set “AV/S-VIDEO”to “OUT”

in the Menu Screen ( pg. 41).

44.•Clean the video heads with an

optional cleaning cassette ( pg. 94).

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84EN

TROUBLESHOOTING (cont.)

SYMPTOM

45.The LCD monitor, the viewfinder and the lens have become dirty

(ex. fingerprints).

46.An unusual mark appears.

47.An error indication (E01 — E06) appears.

48.The charger indicator on the AC Power Adapter/Charger does not light.

49.Picture does not appear on the LCD monitor.

50.When the image is printed from the printer, a black bar appears at the bottom of the screen.

51.When the camcorder is connected via the DV connector, the camcorder does not operate.

52.During transport, the lens cover opens.

53.The MultiMediaCard cannot be removed from the camcorder.

POSSIBLE CAUSES

 

CORRECTIVE ACTION

45.

 

45. • Wipe them gently with soft

————

 

cloth. Wiping strongly can

 

cause damage ( pg. 78).

 

 

 

 

 

46.

 

46. • Check the section of the

————

 

manual that explains LCD

 

monitor/viewfinder indica-

 

 

 

 

tions ( pg. 88 – 92).

 

 

 

47. • A malfunction of some kind

 

47. • Remove the power supply

has occurred. In this case the

 

(battery pack, etc.) and wait a

camcorder’s functions

 

few minutes for the indication

become unusable.

 

to clear. When it does, you

 

 

can resume using the

 

 

camcorder.

 

 

If the indication remains even

 

 

though you repeat the above

 

 

two or three times, please

 

 

consult your nearest JVC

 

 

dealer.

 

 

 

48. • The temperature of the battery

 

48. • To protect the battery, it is

is extremely high/low.

 

recommended to charge it in

• Charging is difficult in places

 

places with a temperature of

subject to extremely high/low

 

10° C to 35° C ( pg. 93).

temperatures.

 

 

 

 

 

49. • The viewfinder is pulled out.

 

49. • Push the viewfinder back in.

• The LCD monitor's brightness

 

• Adjust the brightness of the

setting is too dark.

 

LCD monitor ( pg. 16).

 

 

• If the monitor is tilted upward

 

 

180 degrees, open the

 

 

monitor fully ( pg. 16).

 

 

 

50. • This is not a malfunction.

 

50. • By recording with “DIS”

 

 

activated ( pg. 28) this can

 

 

be avoided.

 

 

 

51. • The DV cable was plugged/

 

51. • Turn the camcorder’s power

unplugged with power turned

 

off and on again, then operate

on.

 

it.

 

 

 

52.

 

52. • Do not subject the camcorder

————

 

to shock or excessive

 

vibration during transport.

 

 

• Turn the camcorder on and

 

 

off. The lens cover closes.

 

 

 

53.

 

53. • Push in the MultiMediaCard a

————

 

few more times ( pg. 12).

 

 

 

INDEX Docking Station

EN85

5 7

6

1

 

8

2

 

9

3

!

0

 

4

 

1 PC Connector [DIGITAL STILL] ............

pg. 58

2J Terminal/Edit Connector

[JLIP (Joint Level Interface Protocol)

(EDIT)] ................................................ pg. 71

Connect to a JLIP-compatiblecamcorder or VCR to control it from the computer using the provided Software.

NOTE:

Make sure that the camcorder is turned on while connecting the camcorder to a PC using the Docking Station’s JLIP connector. If the camcorder is turned off (because the POWER Switch is set to “OFF” or due to Auto Shut Off* etc.) while the JLIP programme software is used, it will be impossible to control the connected devices from the computer. In such a case, first try turning the camcorder on again, or unplug the JLIP connection cable from the Docking Station’s JLIP connector. Then, initialise or run the software again.

*Auto Shut Off:

If 5 minutes elapse in the Record-Standbymode

or in the Pause mode, the camcorder’s power shuts off automatically to conserve energy.

Connect the editing cable when performing Random Assemble Editing ......... pg. 70 – 75

3PRINTER Connector

Connect to the optional printer equipped with a PRINT DATA connector. Refer to the separate “FOR OWNERS OF AN OPTIONAL PRINTER” instruction sheet.

4 External Stereo Microphone Input

pg. 76

Connector [MIC] .................................

5 Stud ....................................................

pg. 56

6 Screw ..................................................

pg. 56

7Multi Connector

The Docking Station can be connected with this camcorder through this connector. Never touch it with your hand or hit it with a hard object; if the pins are damaged, the connectors will become unusable due to contact failure.

8S-VideoInput/Output Connector(GR-DVX10)S-VideoOutput Connector(GR-DVX9)

[S] .................................................

pg. 56, 71

9Video Input/Output Connector (GR-DVX10)Video Output Connector(GR-DVX9)

[VIDEO] ........................................

pg. 56, 71

0Audio Input/Output Connectors (GR-DVX10)Audio Output Connectors(GR-DVX9)

[AUDIO L/R] .................................

pg. 56,

71

! Screw Knob .........................................

pg.

56

To attach the camcorder, tighten this clockwise.

86EN

INDEX Controls, Connectors And Indicators

 

1 2 3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#

 

 

 

 

 

OS

UR

 

 

 

 

XP

 

 

4

 

E

 

E

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

 

T

 

F

 

 

 

H

 

 

 

$

G

 

O

^

 

I

 

 

L

 

 

6

K

 

C

 

 

U

 

C

 

S

 

 

A

 

 

 

 

 

B

 

 

 

 

7

 

 

 

 

 

u

o

 

 

%

 

 

 

 

 

 

i

 

 

 

 

 

8

9 0 ! @

 

 

 

 

 

O

 

 

 

Q p

T

 

W

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

E

 

 

 

 

 

 

R

 

 

 

 

 

&

t

 

 

 

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

Y

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

y

 

 

 

 

 

I

(

U

 

 

 

 

 

)

 

 

 

 

 

 

P

 

w e

 

 

a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

d

 

 

r

 

 

 

 

 

 

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q

 

 

 

 

 

Controls

1PRINT Button

Enables printing using the optional printer equipped with a PRINT DATA connector. Refer to the separate “FOR OWNERS OF AN OPTIONAL PRINTER” instruction sheet.

2 PRINT FRAME Button ..........................

 

pg. 51

3 E-MAILCLIP REC Button ......................

pg. 44

4 START/STOP Button

.............................

 

pg. 16

5 •Power Zoom Lever [T/W] ..................

pg. 20

•Speaker/Headphone Volume Control

 

[VOL.] ..............................................

 

 

 

 

 

pg. 40

6 •MENU Wheel [+,–,4] .....................

pg. 26

•LCD Monitor Brightness

pg. 16

 

Control [+, –]

....................................

 

 

 

 

7 Snapshot Button

 

 

 

pg. 18, 19, 22, 24, 65

[SNAPSHOT] ................

 

 

 

 

8 INDEX Button ..........................

 

 

 

 

 

pg. 37, 46, 47

9 IMAGE SIZE/RES. Button ......................

pg. 13

0 DIGITAL SOUND Button ...............

pg. 37, 77

! Battery Release Switch

 

pg. 7

[BATT. RELEASE]

....................................

 

 

 

@ OPEN/EJECT Switch

.............................

 

pg. 10

# •Play/Pause Button [4/6] ...................

pg. 40

•EXPOSURE Button ............................

 

pg. 38

$ •Rewind Button [2] .........................

 

pg. 40

•BACKLIGHT Button ..........................

 

pg. 38

% Stop Button [5] ...................................

 

 

 

 

pg. 40

^ •Fast-ForwardButton [3] .................

pg. 40

•FOCUS Button

..................................

 

 

 

pg. 25

& Operation Switch [

 

,

] ..................

pg. 14

* POWER Switch

,

 

PLAY

, OFF]

pg. 14

[

,

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEMORY

 

 

( Lock Button .........................................

 

 

 

 

 

pg. 14

) MODE Dial

 

 

 

,

]

pg. 15

[

, VIDEO,

DUAL

 

 

 

 

 

q Dioptre Adjustment Control ...................

pg. 8

EN87

Connectors

The connectors w tor are located beneath a cover.

w Digital Video Connector

 

[DV IN/OUT: GR-DVX10,

 

DV OUT: GR-DVX9]

pg. 58, 59, 62, 63

(i.link*) ..............................

*i.Link refers to the IEEE1394-1995industry specification and extensions thereof. Thelogo is used for products compliant with the i.Link standard.

e • Audio/Video Output Connector

pg. 56

[AV OUT] .........................................

• Headphone Connector [ ] ...............

pg. 76

r Multi Connector

When attached to the Docking Station, this part is connected.

Indicators

t Tally Lamp ...........................................

pg. 16

y POWER Lamp .....................................

pg. 16

Other Parts

u LCD Monitor .................................

pg. 16,

17

i Battery Pack Mount ...............................

pg. 7

o Speaker ...............................................

pg.

40

p Camera Sensor

Be careful not to cover this area, a sensor necessary for shooting is built-inhere.

Q Stereo Microphone .............................. pg. 76

W Flash Sensor

Be careful not to cover this area, as it contains a sensor required by the flash.

E Flash ...................................................

pg. 30

R Lens

 

T Lens Protector

When using an optional lens filter (commercially available), you must first detach the lens cover.

Y Remote Sensor .....................................

pg. 66

U Grip Strap ..............................................

pg. 8

I Viewfinder .............................................

pg. 8

O Viewfinder Cleaning Hatch ..................

pg. 78

P Memory Card Cover ............................

pg. 12

a Cassette Holder Cover .........................

pg. 10

s Tripod Mounting Socket .........................

pg. 8

d Stud Hole ............................................

pg. 56

88EN

INDEX Indications

LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications During Video Recording Only

1

2

3*4*5

 

 

SP 3 5

 

 

REC

 

 

444

AN I M . MODE

 

SOUND

1 2B I T

TC 2 3 : 2 5

 

 

0

9

8 7 6

1 Displays the selected Fade/Wipe effect.

 

( pg. 34, 35)

2 Appears when in the Squeeze, Cinema or PS

Wide mode.

( pg. 28)

3*Displays the recording mode (SP or LP).

( pg. 11) 4*Displays the tape remaining time. ( pg. 16)

5 •“REC” appears during recording.

•“PAUSE” appears during Record-Standbymode. ( pg. 16)

6Appears when the wind cut mode is engaged to cut down on noise created by wind. ( pg. 29)

7 Appears while the tape is running.

( pg. 16)

85S MODE/ANIM. MODE: Displays the 5 second recording mode or Animation recording mode.

( pg. 28, 33) 9 Displays the sound mode for approx. 5 seconds

after turning on the camcorder.

( pg. 27)

0 Displays the Time Code.

( pg. 21, 29)

*Setting “ON SCREEN” to “SIMPLE” in the Menu Screen removes indications marked with * from the screen ( pg. 29, 41).

LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications During D.S.C. Recording Only

1

2

3 4

5

STD

 

 

 

XGA

 

1 0 / 2 4

1Displays the Picture Quality/Size mode of the stored image. There are 4 modes available: XGA FINE, XGA STD, VGA FINE and VGA STD

(in order of quality).

( pg. 13)

2 Appears and blinks during shooting.

( pg. 19)

3•Appears during shooting.

•Blinks when a MultiMediaCard is not loaded.

( pg. 19)

4 Displays the number of images that have already been shot. ( pg. 19)

5Displays the total number of shots that can be stored, including those already taken.

( pg. 19)

These indications also appear during DUAL mode.

EN89

LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications During Both Video And D.S.C. Recording

 

 

 

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@

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

*

F . AUTO

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

PS4 0 x W

 

 

 

 

T

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 . 1 . 0 0

 

 

*

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 2 : 0 0

 

 

 

1*Appears when the Operation switch

( pg. 14)

is set to “ ”.

2 Displays the shooting mode position. ( pg. 15)

3 Appears when backlight compensation is used. ( pg. 38)

4 Appears when “FLASH” is set to “AUTO” in the Menu Screen. ( pg. 30)

5 Appears when the white balance is adjusted.

( pg. 39)

6 Appears when the exposure is adjusted.

( pg. 38)

7 Displays the selected Programme AE with special effects. ( pg. 36)

8 Appears when Digital Image Stabiliser (“DIS”) is engaged. ( pg. 28)

9 Appears when the focus is adjusted manually. ( pg. 25)

0 • Approximate zoom ratio: Appears during zooming. ( pg. 20)

: Appears when “GAIN UP” is set to “AUTO” and the shutter speed is automatically

adjusted.

( pg. 27)

! Appears during zooming.

 

Zoom level indicator

( pg. 20)

@ Displays the selected Digital Sound Effect.

( pg. 37)

#Appears when the flash is ready. A number appears next to the indication after adjusting

the brightness of the flash.

( pg. 30, 31)

$ Appears when taking a Snapshot.

( pg. 18,

19)

% Appears when the iris is locked.

( pg.

38)

^ Appears duringSelf-Timerrecording. ( pg. 32)& Displays the brightness of the LCD monitor or the

viewfinder.

( pg. 16)

* Displays the date/time.

( pg. 9)

*Setting “ON SCREEN” to “SIMPLE” in the Menu Screen removes indications marked with * from the screen ( pg. 29, 41).

( pg. 41, 42)
( pg. 40)
( pg. 37) ( pg. 11)

90EN INDEX Indications (cont.)

LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications During Video Playback

1

2

3 4 5

1 2B I T

 

/ SOUND1

 

L

 

P

 

4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

L

EXPLOS I ON

BLANK SEARCH

VOLUME

TC 1 0 : 0 6 : 2 0

 

1 . 1 . 0 0

 

1 2 : 0 0

 

 

7

 

 

8

6

1 Displays the sound mode.

( pg. 41, 42)

2 Displays the selected Digital Sound Effect.

3 Displays the tape speed.

4Appears while a tape is running. 4 : Playback

3 : Fast-Forward/Shuttlesearch

2 : Rewind/Shuttle search

6: Pause

64

: Forward slow-motion

 

16

: Reverse slow-motion

 

e

: Audio Dubbing

 

6e

: Audio Dubbing Pause

 

5 Displays the Blank Search mode.

( pg. 43)

6 Displays the date/time.

( pg. 41, 42)

7 BRIGHT : Displays the brightness of the LCD monitor or the viewfinder. ( pg. 16)

VOLUME : Displays the speaker or headphone volume.

The level indicator moves.8 Displays the time code.

LCD Monitor/Viewfinder Indications During D.S.C. Playback

12

 

 

1 0 0 –

 

I MAGE

0 0 0 1

BR I GHT 1 0 / 2 4

1Displays the type of file (IMAGE/E-MAILCLIP/ SOUND).

2 Displays the directory and file names. ( pg. 45)

3 Displays the brightness of the LCD monitor or the viewfinder. ( pg. 16)

The level indicator moves.

4 Displays the total number of stored files.

( pg. 45) 5 Displays the index number of the file. ( pg. 45)

5 4 3

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Warning Indications

Indications

 

 

 

Function

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Displays the battery remaining power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining power level: high

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remaining power level: exhausted

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As the battery power comes close to nil, the battery indicator

 

blinks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When the battery power is exhausted, power turns off automatically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appears when no tape is loaded.

 

 

 

( pg. 10)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CHECK TAPE’S ERASE

Appears when the erase protection tab is set to “SAVE” while the POWER

PROTECTION SWITCH

Switch is set to “

”.

 

 

 

( pg. 10)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appears if dirt is detected on the heads during recording. Use an optional

HEAD CLEANING

cleaning cassette.

 

 

 

 

 

( pg. 94)

REQUIRED USE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CLEANING CASSETTE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appears if condensation occurs. When this indication is displayed, wait

CONDENSATION

more than 1 hour until condensation disappears.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPERATION PAUSED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE WAIT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAPE!

Appears if a tape is not loaded when START/STOP is pressed while the

POWER Switch is set to “

” and the MODE Dial is set to “VIDEO”,

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“ ” or “

DUAL

”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TAPE END

Appears when the tape ends during recording or playback.

( pg. 17)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DIFFERENT

Appears if a tape in another format is loaded.

 

 

FORMATTED TAPE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SET DATE/TIME!

Appears when the date/time is not set.

( pg. 9)

Appears when thebuilt-inclock (lithium) battery is discharged and the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

previously set date/time is erased.

( pg. 9)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A. DUB ERROR!

Appears if Audio Dubbing is attempted on a blank portion of a tape.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

( pg. 76)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A. DUB ERROR!

Appears if Audio Dubbing is attempted on a tape recorded in the LP

<CANNOT DUB

mode.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

( pg. 76)

ON A LP RECORDED

Appears if Audio Dubbing is attempted on a tape recorded in16-bit

TAPE>

audio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

( pg. 76)

<CANNOT DUB

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appears if A. DUB (e) on the remote control is pressed when the erase

ON A 16BIT

protection tab is set to “SAVE”.

 

 

 

( pg. 76)

RECORDING>

 

 

 

<CHECK TAPE’S ERASE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PROTECTION SWITCH>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MEMORY IS FULL

Appears when the MultiMediaCard’s memory is full and shooting is not

possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE

( pg. 64)

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Indications

COPYING FAILED

MEMORY CARD!

PLEASE

FORMAT

NO STORED

DATA

NO SOUND DATA

NO STORED IMAGE

NO E-CLIPDATA

UNSUPPORTED DATA

E01 — E06

UNIT IN SAFEGUARD MODE REMOVE AND REATTACH BATTERY

INDEX Indications (cont.)

Function

Appears if dubbing of copyguarded signals is attempted while this camcorder is being used as a recorder (GR-DVX10only).

Appears in the following cases when dubbing from a tape to a MultiMediaCard (as digital stills or video clips):

when no MultiMediaCard is loaded.

when the MultiMediaCard's memory is full.

when the MultiMediaCard is not formatted.

Appears in the following cases when dubbing still images or sound effects stored in the MultiMediaCard’s memory to a tape:

when condensation occurs.

when no tape is loaded.

when the erase protection tab is set to “SAVE”.

when a tape in another format is loaded.

– when the tape ends.

Appears if a MultiMediaCard is not loaded when SNAPSHOT is pressed

while the POWER Switch is set to “

” and the MODE Dial is set to

“ ” or “

DUAL

”.

 

 

 

 

Appears when there is a problem with a MultiMediaCard and its memory is corrupt, or it has not been initialised. Initialise the MultiMediaCard.

( pg. 50)

Appears when the POWER Switch is set to “

PLAY

” and there are no files

 

MEMORY

 

stored in the MultiMediaCard.

 

 

Appears if there are no sound files stored in the MultiMediaCard when DIGITAL SOUND is pressed.

Appears when the POWER switch is set to “

PLAY

” and all image files are

 

MEMORY

 

deleted.

 

 

Appears when the POWER switch is set to “

PLAY

” and all E-cliprecording

 

MEMORY

 

files are deleted.

 

 

Appears when a file in a format other than MP3 is selected.

The error indications (E01 — E06) show what type of malfunction has occured. When an error indication appears, the camcorder turns off automatically. Remove the power supply (battery, etc.) and wait a few minutes for the indication to clear. When it does, you can resume using the camcorder. If the indication remains, consult your nearest JVC dealer.

CAUTIONS

General Battery Precautions

If the remote control is not functioning even if it is being operated correctly, the batteries are exhausted. Replace them with fresh ones.

Use only the following batteries: AAA (R03) size x 2 Please make note of the following rules for battery use. When misused, the batteries can leak or explode.

1.When replacing batteries, refer to page 66.

2.Do not use any different size of batteries from those specified.

3.Be sure to install batteries in the correct direction.

4.Do not use rechargeable batteries.

5.Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat as they can leak or explode.

6.Do not dispose of the batteries in a fire.

7.Remove the batteries from the unit if it is to be stored for an extended period to avoid battery leakage which can cause malfunctions.

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Battery Packs

The supplied battery pack is a lithium-ionbattery. Before using the supplied battery pack or an optional battery

pack, be sure to read the Terminals following cautions:

1.To avoid hazards . . .

.... do not burn.

.... do not short-circuitthe terminals.

.... do not modify or disassemble.

.... do not expose the battery to temperatures exceeding 60° C, as this may cause the battery to overheat, explode or catch fire.

.... use only specified chargers.

2.To prevent damage and prolong service life . . .

.... do not subject to unnecessary shock.

.... charge in an environment where temperatures are within the tolerances shown in the chart below. This is a chemical reaction type battery—coolertemperatures impede chemical reaction, while warmer temperatures can prevent complete charging.

.... store in a cool, dry place. Extended exposure to high temperatures will increase natural discharge and shorten service life.

.... fully charge and then fully discharge the battery every 6 months when storing the battery pack over a long period time.

.... remove from charger or powered unit when not in use, as some machines use current even when switched off.

NOTES:

It is normal for the battery pack to be warm after charging, or after use.

Temperature Range Specifications

Charging ........................... 10° C to 35° C Operation ......................... 0° C to 40° C Storage .............................–10° C to 30° C

Recharging time is based on room temperature of 20° C.

The lower the temperature, the longer recharging takes.

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Cassettes

To properly use and store your cassettes, be sure to read the following cautions:

1. During use . . .

.... make sure the cassette bears the Mini DV mark.

.... be aware that recording onto prerecorded tapes automatically erases the previously recorded video and audio signals.

.... make sure the cassette is positioned properly when inserting.

.... do not load and unload the cassette

repeatedly without allowing the tape to run at all. This slackens the tape and can result in damage.

.... do not open the front tape cover. This exposes the tape to fingerprints and dust.

2. Store cassettes . . .

.... away from heaters or other heat sources.

.... out of direct sunlight.

.... where they won’t be subject to unnecessary shock or vibration.

.... where they won’t be exposed to strong magnetic fields (such as those generated by motors, transformers or magnets).

.... vertically, in their original cases.

MultiMediaCards

To properly use and store your MultiMediaCards, be sure to read the following cautions:

1. During use . . .

.... make sure the MultiMediaCard bears the MultiMediaCard mark.

.... make sure the MultiMediaCard is positioned properly when inserting.

2.While the MultiMediaCard is being accessed (during recording, playback, deletion, initialisation, etc.) . . .

.... never unload the MultiMediaCard and never turn off the camcorder.

3. Store MultiMediaCards . . .

.... away from heaters or other heat sources.

.... out of direct sunlight.

.... where they won’t be subject to unnecessary shock or vibration.

.... where they won’t be exposed to strong magnetic fields (such as those generated by motors, transformers or magnets).

CAUTIONS (cont.)

LCD Monitor

1.To prevent damage to the LCD monitor, DO NOT . . .

.... push it strongly or apply any shocks.

.... place the camcorder with the LCD monitor on the bottom.

2. To prolong service life . . .

.... avoid rubbing it with coarse cloth.

3.Be aware of the following phenomena for LCD monitor use.

These are not malfunctions:

While using the camcorder, the surface around the LCD monitor and/or the back of the LCD monitor may heat up.

If you leave power on for a long time, the surface around the LCD monitor becomes hot.

Main Unit

1. For safety, DO NOT . . .

.... open the camcorder’s chassis.

.... disassemble or modify the unit.

.... short-circuitthe terminals of the battery pack. Keep it away from metallic objects when not in use.

.... allow inflammables, water or metallic objects to enter the unit.

.... remove the battery pack or disconnect the power supply while the power is on.

.... leave the battery pack attached when the camcorder is not in use.

2. Avoid using the unit . . .

.... in places subject to excessive humidity or dust.

.... in places subject to soot or steam such as near a cooking stove.

.... in places subject to excessive shock or vibration.

.... near a television set.

.... near appliances generating strong magnetic or electric fields (speakers, broadcasting antennas, etc.).

.... in places subject to extremely high (over 40° C) or extremely low (under 0° C) temperatures.

3. DO NOT leave the unit . . .

.... in places of over 50° C.

.... in places where humidity is extremely low (below 35%) or extremely high (above 80%).

.... in direct sunlight.

.... in a closed car in summer.

.... near a heater.

4.To protect the unit, DO NOT . . .

.... allow it to become wet.

.... drop the unit or strike it against hard objects.

.... subject it to shock or excessive vibration during transportation.

.... keep the lens directed at extremely bright objects for long periods.

.... expose the lens to direct sunlight.

.... carry it by holding the LCD monitor or the viewfinder.

.... swing it excessively when using the hand strap or the grip.

.... swing the soft camera case excessively when the camcorder is inside it.

5.Dirty heads can cause the following problems:

No picture during playback.

Blocks of noise appear during playback.

During recording, the Head Clog Warning indicator “” appears.

In such cases, use an optional cleaning cassette. Insert it and play back. If the cassette is used more than once consecutively, damage to the video heads may result. After the camcorder plays back for about 20 seconds, it stops automatically. Also refer to the cleaning cassette’s instructions.

If, after using the cleaning cassette, the problems still exist, consult your nearest JVC dealer. Mechanical moving parts used to move the video heads and video tape tend to become dirty and worn out over time. In order to maintain a clear picture at all times, periodic check-upsare recommended after using the unit for about 1,000 hours. For periodiccheck-upsplease consult your nearest JVC dealer.

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How To Handle A CD-ROM

Take care not to soil or scratch the mirror surface (opposite to the printed surface). Do not write anything or put a sticker on either the front or back surface. If the CD-ROMgets dirty, gently wipe it with a soft cloth outward from the centre hole using a circular motion.

Do not use conventional disc cleaners or cleaning spray.

Do not bend the CD-ROMor touch its mirror surface.

Do not store your CD-ROMin a dusty, hot or humid environment. Keep it away from direct sunlight.

About moisture condensation . . .

You have observed that pouring a cold liquid into a glass will cause drops of water to form on the glass‘ outer surface. This same phenomenon occurs on the head drum of a camcorder when it is moved from a cool place to a warm place, after heating a cold room, under extremely humid conditions or in a place directly subjected to the cool air from an air conditioner.

Moisture on the head drum can cause severe damage to the video tape, and can lead to internal damage to the camcorder itself.

Serious malfunctioning

If malfunctioning occurs, stop using the unit immediately and consult your local JVC dealer.

The camcorder is a microcomputer-controlleddevice. External noise and interference (from a TV, a radio, etc.) might prevent it from functioning properly. In such cases, first disconnect its power supply unit (battery pack, AC Power Adapter/Battery Charger, etc.) and wait a few minutes and thenre-connectit and proceed as usual from the beginning.

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A

AC Power Adapter/Charger

..................... pg. 6, 7

Analogue Input ...................................

pg. 41, 61

Animation ................................................

pg. 33

Audio Dubbing ........................................

pg. 76

Auto Date .................................................

pg. 29

Auto Focus ...............................................

pg. 25

Auto Playback ..........................................

pg. 45

Auto Shut off ................................

pg. 17, 19, 40

B

Backlight Compensation ...........................

pg. 38

Battery Low ..............................................

pg. 91

Battery Pack .....................................

pg. 6, 7, 93

Beep/Tally ................................................

pg. 27

Blank Search ............................................

pg. 43

Brighten The LCD Monitor ........................

pg. 16

Built-inClock’s Lithium Battery ...................

pg. 9

C

Channels (Left/Right) .................................

pg. 42

Charge The Battery Pack .............................

pg. 6

Cinema ....................................................

pg. 28

Classic Film ..............................................

pg. 36

Clean The Camcorder ...............................

pg. 78

Connections ............................

pg. 7, 56 – 63, 71

D

Darken The LCD Monitor .........................

pg. 16

Date/Time Display ........................

pg. 29, 41, 42

Date/Time Settings ......................................

pg. 9

Deleting Files ...........................................

pg. 49

Demonstration Mode ............................

pg. 5, 28

Digital Sound Effect ..................................

pg. 37

Digital Zoom ......................................

pg. 20, 27

DIS (Digital Image Stabiliser) .....................

pg. 28

Dioptre Adjustment ....................................

pg. 8

DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) ............

pg. 54

Dual Shooting .........................................

pg. 24

Dubbing ...........................................

pg. 60 – 65

E

 

 

TERMS

F

 

Fade-In/Out ........................................

pg. 34, 35

Fast-ForwardThe Tape ..............................

pg. 40

5-secondrecording mode .........................

pg. 33

Flash ..................................................

pg. 30, 31

Frame-By-FramePlayback ..................

pg. 40, 68

G

 

Gain Up ...................................................

pg. 27

Grip Adjustment .........................................

pg. 8

I

 

Icons ................................................

pg. 27 – 29

Index Playback .........................................

pg. 47

Index Screen ............................................

pg. 46

Initialise A MultiMediaCard ......................

pg. 50

Iris ............................................................

pg. 38

Iris Lock ...................................................

pg. 38

J

 

Journalistic Shooting .................................

pg. 17

L

 

LCD monitor/Viewfinder

pg. 88 – 92

Indications .....................................

Load A Tape .............................................

pg. 10

M

 

Manual Focus ...........................................

pg. 25

Menu Screen, CAMERA MENU .................

pg. 27

Menu Screen, DISPLAY MENU ...........

pg. 29, 41

Menu Screen, MANUAL MENU..........

pg. 28, 29

Menu Screen, MEMORY MENU ...............

pg. 48

Menu Screen, VIDEO MENU ....................

pg. 41

MODE Dial Position .................................

pg. 15

Monotone ................................................

pg. 36

Motor Drive Mode....................................

pg. 18

MultiMediaCard .................................

pg. 12, 94

O

 

Operation Switch Position ........................

pg. 14

E-MailClip Recording ...............................

pg. 44

Erase Protection ........................................

pg. 10

Exposure Control ......................................

pg. 38

P

Picture Quality/Size Mode ........................

pg. 13

Picture Wipe/Dissolve .........................

pg. 34, 35

Playback Special Effects ............................

pg. 69

Playback Zoom ........................................

pg. 68

POWER Switch Position ...........................

pg. 14

Print Frame Deletion ...........................

pg. 52, 53

Printer ......................................................

pg. 59

Programme AE With Special Effects ...........

pg. 36

Progressive Mode ...............................

pg. 22, 23

Progressive Wide ......................................

pg. 28

Protecting Files .........................................

pg. 48

Provided Accessories ..................................

pg. 4

R

Random Assemble Editing .................

pg. 70 – 75

Record-Standby ........................................

pg. 16

Recording Mode .......................................

pg. 11

Red-EyeReduction ...................................

pg. 30

Remote Control ........................................

pg. 66

Rewind The Tape ......................................

pg. 40

S

Self-Recording ..........................................

pg. 17

Self-Timer .................................................

pg. 32

Sepia ........................................................

pg. 36

Set Remote Control/VCR Code ..................

pg. 70

Shooting Mode, DUAL ............................

pg. 15

Shooting Mode, DSC ................................

pg. 15

Shuttle Search ...........................................

pg. 40

Shutter Speed ...........................................

pg. 36

Slow-MotionPlayback ..............................

pg. 68

Slow Shutter .............................................

pg. 36

Snapshot ......................................

pg. 18, 19, 24

Snapshot Mode ..................................

pg. 18, 19

Sound Mode .................................

pg. 27, 41, 42

Speaker Volume .......................................

pg. 40

Specifications .....................................

pg. 98, 99

Squeeze ...................................................

pg. 28

Still Playback ............................................

pg. 40

Strobe ......................................................

pg. 36

Superimposing A Print Frame ....................

pg. 51

T

EN97

 

 

Tele Macro ...............................................

pg. 28

Time Code..............................

pg. 21, 29, 41, 42

Tripod Mounting .........................................

pg. 8

Twilight ....................................................

pg. 36

U

 

 

Unload A Tape .........................................

pg. 10

V

 

 

Video Echo ...............................................

pg. 36

W

 

 

White Balance ..........................................

pg. 39

Wide Mode ..............................................

pg. 28

Wind Cut .................................................

pg. 29

Wipe In/Out .......................................

pg. 34, 35

Z

 

 

Zooming ..................................................

pg. 20

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SPECIFICATIONS

Camcorder

For General

Power supply

: DC 6.3 V

 

(Using AC Power Adapter/Charger)

 

Power consumption

DC 7.2 V

 

(Using battery pack)

 

 

 

 

 

LCD monitor off, viewfinder on

 

 

 

 

GR-DVX10

: Approx.

4.9 W

GR-DVX9

: Approx.

4.6 W

LCD monitor on, viewfinder off

 

 

 

 

GR-DVX10

: Approx.

5.8 W

GR-DVX9

: Approx.

5.5 W

Dimensions (W x H x D)

: 51 mm x 125 mm x 97 mm

 

(with the LCD monitor closed and the viewfinder pushed back in)

Weight

: Approx.

515 g (without cassette, MultiMediaCard and battery)

 

Approx.

590 g (incl. cassette, MultiMediaCard and battery)

Operating temperature

: 0° C to 40° C

 

Operating humidity

: 35% to 80%

 

Storage temperature

: –20° C to 50° C

Pickup

: 1/4" CCD (Progressive Scan)

Lens

: F 1.8, f = 3.8 mm to 38 mm, 10:1 power zoom lens

Filter diameter

: ø27 mm

 

 

 

LCD monitor

: 2.5" diagonally measured, LCD panel/TFT active matrix system

Viewfinder

: Electronic viewfinder with 0.44" colour LCD

Speaker

: Monaural

 

For Digital Video Camera

Format

: DV format (SD mode)

Signal format

: PAL standard

Recording/Playback format

: Video: Digital component recording

 

: Audio: PCM digital recording, 32 kHz 4-channel(12-bit),

 

48 kHz 2-channel(16-bit)

Cassette

: Mini DV cassette

Tape speed

: SP: 18.8 mm/s

 

LP: 12.5 mm/s

Maximum recording time

: SP: 80 min.

(using 80 min. cassette)

LP: 120 min.

For Digital Still Camera

 

Storage media

: MultiMediaCard

Compression system

: JPEG (compatible)

File size

: 2 modes (XGA: 1024 x 768 pixels/VGA: 640 x 480 pixels)

Picture quality

: 2 modes (FINE/STANDARD)

Approximate number of storable images

(with the provided MultiMediaCard [8 MB], with Sound Effects pre-stored)

FINE

: 46 (VGA), 21 (XGA)

STANDARD

: 133 (VGA), 64 (XGA)

(with an optional MultiMediaCard [4 MB])

FINE

: 26 (VGA), 12 (XGA)

STANDARD

: 76 (VGA), 36 (XGA)

(with an optional MultiMediaCard [8 MB])

FINE

: 54 (VGA), 24 (XGA)

STANDARD

: 155 (VGA), 75 (XGA)

EN99

For Connectors

Video output

: 1 V (p-p),75 Ω , analogue

Audio output

: 300 mV (rms), 1 kΩ , analogue, stereo

DV

 

Input/output (GR-DVX10only)

: 4-pin,IEEE 1394 compliant

Output (GR-DVX9only)

: 4-pin,IEEE 1394 compliant

Headphone output

: ø3.5 mm, stereo

AC Power Adapter/Charger AA-V51EGorAA-V51EK

Power requirement

: AC 110 V to 240 V`, 50 Hz/60 Hz

Power consumption

: 23 W

 

 

Output

 

 

 

Charge

: DC 7.2 V

 

, 0.77 A

 

VTR

: DC 6.3 V

 

, 1.8 A

 

Dimensions (W x H x D)

: 68 mm x 45 mm x 110 mm

Weight

 

 

 

AA-V51EG

: Approx. 255 g

AA-V51EK

: Approx. 330 g

 

Docking Station CU-V502E

For General

 

Dimensions (W x H x D)

: 55 mm x 36 mm x 107 mm

Weight

: Approx. 89.9 g

For Connectors

 

S

Output

Input (GR-DVX10only)

VIDEO

Video output

Video input (GR-DVX10only)

AUDIO

Audio output

Audio input (GR-DVX10only) JLIP (EDIT)

PC (DIGITAL STILL) External microphone input PRINTER

:Y : 1 V (p-p),75 Ω , analogue

C : 0.29 V (p-p),75 Ω , analogue

:Y : 0.8 V (p-p) – 1.2 V(p-p),75 Ω , analogue C : 0.2 V(p-p) – 0.4 V(p-p),75 Ω , analogue

:1 V (p-p),75 Ω , analogue

:0.8 V (p-p) – 1.2 V(p-p),75 Ω , analogue

:300 mV (rms), 1 kΩ , analogue, stereo

:300 mV (rms), 50 kΩ , analogue, stereo

:ø3.5 mm, 4-pole,mini-headjack (compatible withRC-5325plug)

:ø2.5 mm, 3-pole

:506 µ V (rms), high impedance unbalanced with ø3.5 mm (stereo)

:For an optional video printer equipped with a PRINT DATA connector

Specifications shown are for SP mode unless otherwise indicated. E & O.E. Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

EN

DVX10-GR

DVX9-GR

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Printed in Japan

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