Where Do I Find A User Manual For My High Def Camcorder?
Please click the links below depending on your model High Definition Camcorder to download a User Manual: HMX-E10 HMX-F80 HMX-F90 HMX-H100 HMX-H104 HMX-H105 HMX-H106 HMX-H200 HMX-H203 HMX-H204 HMX-H205 HMX-H300 HMX-H304 HMX-M20 HMX-Q10 HMX-Q20 HMX-QF20 HMX-QF30 HMX-R10
How To Lock/Unlock Your SD Card
Note: locking an SD card makes it write-protected, so that photos can not be saved to or deleted from the card while it is locked. Note: Only full-sized SD cards have locks; microSD cards do not have locks. To Unlock or Lock your SD card, follow these steps: Find the switch on the left
Not Supported Format
The memory card in your Camcorder has been formatted to another device and may still have existing content on it or the memory card in your Camcorder is defective and needs to be replaced. To remove this error, first format the memory card in your Camcorder. If your Camcorder still shows 'Not
There are no viewable pictures or videos on the memory card. Format the memory card, if the same issue occurs try another Memory Card.
How to Use Touch Point Function
This video shows you how to turn Touch Point on and how to use it.
No Memory Card
The camcorder will display a No Memory Card error when the camcorder cannot read the memory card in the camcorder. Insert another memory card into your camcorder.
LCD Display is Blank While Recording
The LCD display will be blank while recording, under the following circumstances: Your camcorder is connected to your TV or VCR. Your camcorder is connected to a PC. The display was turned off in thye OSD (On Screen Display). To resolve the problem, try all of the following: If your
Choppy Video Playback On Your PC
The following conditions can cause choppy video playback: Your PC's specifications do not meet the camcorder's requirements. You are not using the playback program supplied with your camcorder. To resolve this issue, first check your PC specifications to ensure they meet the camcorder's