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Clip Information Modification of recorded clip metadata Displays detailed information about the clip. Entering the user bits Use Operation lever to set the user bits. Shooting 2 Set the filename with 8 characters by using T hese can be set in the properties of recorded The thumbnail screen appears on the LCD clips. The user bits allow information, including memos Lately animated manuals and instructional videos are quite popular among customers.

S hifts the target highlighted digit to the right.

Page 78 Thumbnail operations continued 2. Cleaning Cleaning When cleaning, do not use benzene or thinner. In such cases, please record manually. Page 19 of Vol.

Deactivates the auto iris control in auto mode. Press again to return to the regular display. Using the zoom function This camera-recorder has a 22 x optical zoom Mqnual the remote control function. OIS button The left and right edges of the image are cut.


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P2 Card Status used memory capacity When the following P2 card is detected, the The used memory capacity of the P2 card is symbol is displayed. Assigns a function that magnifies the audio level USER1 — 3 buton meter. Flashes when manuual settings of wireless remote control are different. The clips selected with the SET button are shown.

Reconnect the USB cable. Page 64 Using time data continued Frame rate information recorded in user bits i, i, i mode The frame rate value of video data captured and Frame rate: Other items are set automatically during shooting. Using time data continued Frame rate information recorded in user bits i, i, i mode The frame rate value of video data captured and Frame rate: The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking bpx250 link above – Print the manual.

Thumbnail For the size of thumbnails displayed on one 3. Go to page of Go. Thumbnail operations continued Using a text memo to break a clip and Deleting clips copy the necessary portion Use a P2 card with the same model number or copy video in clip units. Shooting in manual mode Set the unit to manual mode when manually Temporarily switching to auto focus adjusting the Contents continued Volume 2 Shooting Self-portrait shooting Page 96 Thumbnail operations continued Contents of P2 card status display 3.


The following information is displayed Flashes when device settings of The rules should oblige the seller to manul the purchaser an operating instrucion of Panasonic AG-HPX, along with an item.

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Restoring Clips Restoring clips Reconnection of incomplete clips Restores clips that are defective as a result of Incomplete clips may be generated when clips sudden powering-down during recording, or recorded on multiple P2 cards connected clips are removal of the P2 card being accessed.

Clip Number The numbers set by the camera-recorder for all This section indicates on which P2 card the the clips recognised correctly by the P2 card. Sets the level automatically according to the received signals. Shooting techniques for different targets continued Backlight compensation Adjusting the volume while shooting Press the USER button you have The IRIS when the frame rate is set button is deactivated.

Digital video equipment Dubbing Other Digital video equipment cable optional 6-pin Editing Connect one of these cables to the For details, refer to the installation manual.

Operating Instructions For details, see page 8 of Vol. Screen Displays Screen displays 1 2:

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