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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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VTR CAMERA

POWER

LOCK

Sports Pack
Operating Instructions Mode d’emploi Manual de instrucciones Gebruiksaanwijzing

OFF
MEMORY

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Use metal parts of shoulder belt. Utilisez les éléments métalliques de la bandoulière.

SPK-PC2
Sony Corporation ©1999 Printed in Japan

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FF O P
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mounting shoe sabot de montage A B model modèle DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E/PC1 DCR-PC10/PC7

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Mounting shoe A Sabot de montage A
Tripod screw plate Plaquette à vis du trépied

Mounting shoe A Sabot de montage A

Mounting shoe B Sabot de montage B

Tripod screw plate Plaquette à vis du trépied

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Mounting shoe B Sabot de montage B

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To disassemble after using Pour le démontage après utilisation

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English

Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom. Record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this product. Model No. SPK-PC2 Serial No. This mark indicates that this products is a genuine accessory for Sony video products. When purchasing Sony video products, Sony recommends that you purchase accessories with this “GENUINE VIDEO ACCESSORIES” mark. Usable at the depth as low as 2 meters (6.5 feet) under water. For using your video camera recorder with this pack, refer to the operating instructions of the recorder. The splash-proof sports pack SPK-PC2 is waterand moisture- resistant, making it possible to use the Sony Digital Handycam camcorder such as DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E/PC1, in the rain or at the beach.

Checking for the water leakage after replacing the waterproof gasket

DInstalling the Camcorder
1 Set the POWER switch of the camcorder to OFF. 2 Attach the camera mounting shoe.
Use the metal parts of shoulder strap as shown in the illustration.

HWhen Shooting with the LCD
Screen
1 Open the mirror hood. 2 Open the wings and insert the projections into each hole.

Check for the water leakage before installing the camcorder. Close the sports pack without installing the camcorder, and keep the sports pack submerged under water at a depth of about 15 cm (6 inches) for about 3 minutes and then check for water leakage.

3 Attach the reflex prevention ring. For DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E/PC1 (mounting shoe A):
Use the small ring with 30 mm in filter diameter. Use the large ring with 37 mm in filter diameter.

To close the mirror hood
Close the lower wing first.

Note
Do not hold the mirror hood directly for shooting.

After Recording
After recording in a location subject to sea breezes, wash the sports pack with fresh water with the buckles fastened thoroughly, then wipe with a soft dry cloth. If water remains on the sports pack, the metal parts may rust. Clean the inside of the pack with a soft dry cloth. Do not wash the inside of the pack. Do not use any type of solvent such as alcohol, benzine or shinner for cleaning, as this might damage the finish.

For DCR-PC10/PC7 (mounting shoe B):

IRecording a Still Picture
– Photo Recording
You can record a still picture like a photograph.

4 Check the POWER switch of the sports pack is set to OFF. 5 Release the buckle.
1 Slide the unlock button in the direction of the arrow, and release the buckle. 2 Open the side body.

1 Turn the POWER switch to CAMERA. 2 Press PHOTO button.
The still picture is recorded.

Preventing the surface of the glass from fogging up
Coat the surface of the glass with the supplied anti-fogging lens solution. This is effective in preventing from fogging.

6 Remove the sand or dust.
Check there are no dust, sand or cracks on the waterproof gasket or the surface where it touches, and grease them slightly.

Notes
• You cannot check the still pictures by pressing PHOTO button of the sports pack lightly. • When using DCR-PC10/PC7, you cannot record the still pictures with the sports pack. • When using DCR-PC3/PC3E with the sports pack, memory photo recording does not work. • When using DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E with the sports pack, you cannot use the NightShot function.

7 Connect the remote control plug to LANC (remote) jack sliding the camera mounting shoe a short way into the sports pack (1), and the microphone plug to MIC (plug in power) jack (2).
When using DCR-PC10 or DCR-PC7, connect the plugs to the VMC-LM7 adaptor (not supplied).

Notice
• Before you start recording, make sure that the camcorder is working correctly and there is no water leakage. • Sony does not accept liability for damage to the camcorder, battery, etc., when using the sports pack or for the cost of recording if water leakage occurs as a result of incorrect use.

How to use the glass cleaner
Apply 1 or 2 drops of cleaner liquid to the front glass and the glass of the eye cup and wipe evenly to spread the liquid out by using swabs, a soft cloth or tissue paper.

JPlaying Back with the
Remote Commander
You can play back pictures on the LCD screen, using the Remote Commander (supplied with your camcorder).

When storing the sports pack
• Close the pack without fastening the buckles to prevent wear of the waterproof gasket. • Prevent dust from collecting on the waterproof gasket. • Avoid storing the sports pack in a cold, very hot or humid place, or together with naphthalene or camphor, as these conditions might damage the unit.

8 Install the camcorder.
Check the lens and the LCD screen is clean before installing the camcorder. Push the camera mounting shoe until it clicks.

1 Set the mirror hood.
See “H When Shooting with the LCD Screen”.

Precaution
• Do not subject the front glass to strong shock, as it may crack. • Avoid opening the sports pack in the sea or at the beach. Preparation such as installing and changing a cassette tape should be done in a place with low humidity and no salty air. • Do not throw the sports pack into the water. • Avoid using the sports pack under the following situations: – in a very hot or humid place. – in water hotter than 40˚C (104˚F). – at temperatures lower than 0˚C. In these situations moisture condensation or water leakage may occur and damage the equipment. • Use the sports pack for no longer than one hour at a time in temperatures above 35˚C (95˚F). • Do not leave the sports pack under direct sunlight for a long period of time. If you cannot avoid leaving the sports pack under direct sunlight, be sure to cover the pack with a towel or other protection.

9 Close the side body.
Secure the side body, and fasten the buckle until it clicks.

2 Turn the POWER switch to PLAYER. 3 Press N PLAY on the remote.
Use the remote commander for all other functions including STOP, REW and FF.

Note

Specifications
Material Plastic (PC, ABS), glass Waterproof Waterproof gasket, buckle Built-in microphone Stereo Dimension Approx. 150 x 170 x 110 mm (w / h / d) Mass Approx. 550 g (only sports pack) Supplied accessories Shoulder strap (1) Camera mounting shoe A(1)/B(1) Tripod screw plate (1, pre-installed on the camera mounting shoe A) Reflex prevention ring (2) Grease (1) Anti-fogging lens solution (1) Operating Instructions (1)
Design and specifications subject to change without notice.

When closing the side body, be careful not to pinch the cable. Otherwise, these parts may be damaged or water may leak in. When using DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E, fit the jack cover rightly to S video jack before installing the camcorder. Otherwise, the jack cover may rotate and be pinched.

Note
The picture on the mirror looks turned sideways.

KRemoving the Camcorder
Before opening the sports pack, wipe moisture off the sports pack and yourself. Do not allow water on the camcorder.

EHow to place the connecting
cord
If the connecting cord is not placed correctly when closing the side body, water leakage may occur. Place the cord correctly. (see illustration E)

1 Set the POWER switch to OFF. 2 Release the buckle and open the side body, with mirror hood side up. 3 Take out the camcorder and disconnect the plugs.
1 Unlock the camera mounting shoe by picking up the knob. 2 Take out the camcorder. 3 Disconnect the remote control plug and the MIC plug. After removing the camcorder, put the plugs in the plug holder inside of the sports pack.

FPreparing the Sports Pack
1 Adjust the grip strap.
Holding the sports pack so that the tips of your finger can easily touch the POWER switch, START/STOP button and ZOOM button, pull the strap to adjust its length.

Before You Begin
To make sure that you do not miss good shooting opportunities, go over the following checklist before installing your camcorder into the sports pack.

2 Attach the shoulder strap.
The Sony mark should be on the outside.

4 Detach the camera mounting shoe and the reflex prevention ring.

Notes
• When using DCR-PC10 or DCR-PC7, prepare the VMC-LM7 adaptor (not supplied). • When recording with this pack, we recommend you to use the battery pack of larger capacity, such as NP-FS31/FS21/F30/ F20/F300/F200.

Using the Sports Pack Preparing
For details, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.

Note

GRecording
1 Turn the POWER switch to CAMERA. 2 Press START/STOP button to start recording.

• Be sure to disconnect the plugs before taking out the camcorder. Otherwise, the plugs may be damaged. • After using the sports pack, read Maintenance and Precautions for storing.

ASelecting the Camera
Mounting Shoe
Depending on the location of the screw hole for attaching the camera mounting shoe of your camcorder, you have a choice of two types of camera mounting shoe. Check list A to identify the appropriate mounting shoe.

To stop recording
Press START/STOP. Press again to resume recording.

Battery pack Cassette tape

Fully charged. • The tape length will cover the planned recording time. • The tape is wound to the point where you want to start recording. • The safety tab on the cassette is in the correct position. (The red portion is not visible.)

To finish recording

Press START/STOP button then turn the POWER switch to OFF.

BPreparing the Camera
Mounting Shoe
Align the tripod screw plate to the notch of the mounting shoe A or B. The tripod screw plate is pre-installed on the camera mounting shoe A.

Zooming
• Keep the W side pressed for wide-angle. • Keep the T side pressed for telephoto. Press it gently for a relatively slow zoom.

Waterproof gasket

• No scratches or cracks. No dust, sand or hair around the gasket. • Correctly set in the groove. (See “Note on the Waterproof gasket” for details.)

Notes on recording
• If you leave the camcorder for 5 minutes or more with a cassette inserted in Standby mode, the camcorder goes off automatically. This prevents battery and tape wear. To resume Standby mode, turn the POWER switch to OFF and then turn it to CAMERA again. • During recording when the LCD screen is facing out, the counter does not appear. • The POWER switch of the sports pack has priority over the POWER switch of the camcorder. • If a drop of water sticks to the front glass, press the zoom button to adjust the focus.

CPreparing the Camcorder
For details, please refer to the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.

Maintenance and Precautions
Water Leakage
If water happens to leak in, stop exposing the sports pack to water immediately. If the camcorder gets wet, take it to the nearest Sony service facility immediately.

1 Remove the shoulder strap, lens cap, filter or conversion lens from the camcorder. 2 Install the battery pack.
Be sure to use a fully charged battery pack.

3 Insert the cassette tape. 4 When shooting with the LCD screen, turn the LCD panel over and move back to the camcorder with the LCD screen facing out. 5 Set all the adustments of the camcorder to automatic mode. 6 Set the FOCUS switch to AUTO. 7 Set the finder power save function to OFF in the menu. 8 Set the START/STOP MODE switch to . 9 When using DCR-PC10 or DCR-PC7, attach the VMC-LM7 adaptor (not supplied). 10 When shooting with the viewfinder using DCR-PC3/PC3E/PC2E/PC1 pull out the viewfinder to its fullest.

Trouble Check
Symptom The sound is not recorded. There are drops of water inside of the sports pack. Cause The microphone plug is not connected. • The buckles are not fastened. • The waterproof gasket is not set correctly . • There are scratches or cracks on the waterproof gasket. • The battery pack is run out. • The tape has run out. • The safety tab on the cassette is set to unrecordable position. Corrective Actions Connect it to MIC (plug in power) jack on the camcorder. • Fasten the buckles until they click. • Put the gasket in the groove evenly. • Replace the gasket with a new one. • Charge the battery pack fully. • Rewind the tape or use a new one. • Slide the safety tab or install a new cassette tape.

Note on the Waterproof Gasket
• Check that there are no scratches or cracks on the waterproof gasket as they may allow water to leak in. If there are scratches or cracks, replace the damaged waterproof gasket with a new one. Do not remove the waterproof gasket with a metal tool or a tool with a sharp point. • Put the waterproof gasket in the grooves evenly, with the tapering side up. Never twist it. (See illustration L) • Remove foreign materials such as dust, sand or hair from the waterproof gasket, the groove and from any surface the gasket touches. If the body is closed with such materials present, these areas may be damaged and water may leak in. • After checking that there are no cracks or dust on the waterproof gasket, coat it slightly with the supplied grease using your finger. This will prevent wearing. While applying the grease, recheck for cracks or dust. Never use cloth or paper for greasing as the fibers may cling. Do not use any type of grease other than that supplied, as it may damage the waterproof gasket. • The useful life of the waterproof gasket depends upon the maintenance and the frequency of use, but we recommend changing it once a year. To replace the waterproof gasket, please consult the nearest Sony dealer. Be sure to check the water leakage after replacing the waterproof gasket.

The recording and playing back function does not work.

Note
You cannot change the battery pack after attaching the mounting shoe (DCR-PC3/PC3E/ PC2E/PC1 only).

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