Very comprehensive document which is a must-have for any Satellit 2100 owner whose set up is somewhat intricate. Due to the bad quality of the pictures that are rather dark and a bit blurred I gave 4-star feedback.
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Using the LCD Monitor
You can use the LCD monitor to play back recordings that you have made or to watch the subject during recording.
â¢ You can also fold the LCD monitor into the camcorder with the screen facing out for watching playback on the monitor.
Power switch LCD monitor
Hold down the Lock button and set the Power switch to v or w.
â¢ A picture displays on the LCD monitor.
Open the LCD monitor to a 90Â° angle to the camcorder body.
Note: â¢ Battery consumption is larger when the LCD monitor is opened. Use the viewfinder instead of the LCD monitor when you want to save the battery power.
Closing the LCD monitor
Return the LCD monitor to the vertical 90Â° position with the screen facing in, and fold it into the camcorder into place.
Notes: â¢ Do not use excessive force when moving the LCD monitor. â¢ When closing the LCD monitor, do not tilt it; otherwise the monitor may not close properly and may become damaged. â¢ Do not pick up the camcorder by the LCD monitor. â¢ Do not place the camcorder with the LCD monitor screen facing down. â¢ Close the LCD monitor completely with the screen facing in when not in use. â¢ Before closing the LCD monitor, make sure the battery pack is properly attached to the camcorder, otherwise the monitor may be damaged. â¢ When carrying the camcorder in a bag, for example, close the LCD monitor with the screen facing in.
Adjust the LCD monitor to an angle that allow easy viewing of the onscreen picture.
â¢ The LCD monitor rotates 270Â° vertically.
Note: Do not try to rotate the LCD monitor vertically until the monitor is completely opened.