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times power, and from that point activate the
digital zoom ([DIGITAL ZOOM], p. 53).
Occasional use of the zoom is effective, but
use it sparingly for best results.
Move the power zoom lever slightly for a
slower zoom. Move it further for a faster
To record wider range of view
Move the power zoom lever toward W.
The subject appears farther away (Wide-
To record closer view
Move the power zoom lever toward T.
The subject appears closer (Telephoto).
Recording in mirror mode
You can utilize this function when recording
yourself, for example.
Open the LCD panel 90 degrees to the
camcorder, then rotate it 180 degrees
toward the subject.
A mirror-image of the subject appears on the
LCD screen, but the picture will be normal
Using the self-timer
With the self-timer, you can start recording
after a delay of about 10 seconds.
If the item is not displayed on the screen,
. If you cannot find it, touch
MENU, then select it from the
(CAMERA SET) menu.
Touch [ON], then
* The minimum distance required between your
camcorder and the subject to get a sharp focus
in that position of the lever.
1cm (approx. 1/2 inch)*
80cm (approx. 2 5/8 feet)*