Interval recording – Sony PMW-F3K User Manual
Valid in HD mode only
Exit the menu.
The assigned functions can be viewed on the
BUTTON/REMOTE status screen (page 105).
The Interval Recording (time-lapse recording)
function is especially effective for shooting
objects that move very slowly.
The specified number of frames are automatically
recorded at the specified intervals.
It is recommended to fix the camcorder to a tripod
or equivalent and use the IR Remote Commander
to start/stop recording rather than the camcorder.
• Interval Recording cannot be set to “On”
simultaneously with Frame Recording, Picture
Cache Recording, or Slow & Quick Motion.
When you set Interval Recording to “On,”
Frame Recording, Picture Cache Recording and
Slow & Quick Motion are forcibly set to “Off.”
• No audio recording is executed in Interval
• Interval Recording cannot be made if a setting
which includes “HDV” or “DVCAM” is
selected with “SDI/HDMI/i.LINK I/O Select”
of the VIDEO SET menu.
• Interval Recording cannot be performed if
“Format” of “System” of the OTHERS menu is
set to “SP 1440/23.98P.”
Brightness level indication on/off
Histogram indication on/off
Depth-of-Field indication on/off
OK Mark add/delete
Brightness/contrast level bar on/
Number of frames for one recording session
(Number of Frames)
Recording interval (Interval Time)