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Text excerpt from page 57 (click to view)
Self recording with reversed grip
Available mode: Tape Camera
Open the LCD monitor to a 90Â° angle to the camcorder body (1), and then rotate it 180Â° vertically (2).
Rotate the grip 105Â° and the LCD monitor 180Â° vertically so that you can record yourself while holding the grip.
Turn the camcorder downward as shown below.
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Set the Media Selection switch to V. Set the Power switch to v. Begin recording.
Rotate the lens section 105Â° vertically as shown below.
Notes: â¢ Do not rotate the monitor section to the self recording position during recording or playback. â¢ During self recording with reversed grip, the mode or menu screen cannot be displayed. â¢ All of the manual settings are set to AUTO and some other settings will set to OFF in self recording with reversed grip. â¢ You may experience image noise when using self recording. â¢ To operate self recording with reversed grip correctly, make sure to turn the grip and the lens section so that the Record Start/Stop button and the tripod socket face upward, and the lens faces toward you. The I indicator will appear. â¢ Be sure that the LCD monitor rotation is exactly 180Â°, otherwise the image recorded will be rotated 180Â° upside-down. â¢ In self recording with reversed grip in Card Camera mode, the still images will be recorded rotated 180Â° upside down. The J indicator will appear in this case. â¢ The viewfinder does not work in self recording with reversed grip. â¢ It is recommended to set the LED video light to âOFFâ in self recording.