Sanyo VPC-CG20

Sanyo VPC-CG20 Bedienungsanleitung

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    USING YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA
    SAFELY AND CORRECTLY
    i Before using your camera, please read and understand these safety
    instructions as well as the instruction manual for your camera.
    i
    Keep all manuals in a safe place for later reference.
    i
    These safety instructions cover both the camera and its accessories.
    Depending on which product was purchased, the camera specifications
    and accessories may differ.
    SAFETY MANUAL
    CAUTIONS CONCERNING BOTH CAMERA AND ACCESSORIES
    WARNING
    k If a device makes a strange noise, emits a strange odor, or
    if smoke comes out from it, immediately turn off the power
    and proceed as follows
    i If a device is used under these conditions, it may cause a
    fire or electric shock.
    1 Turn off the device.
    2 When use the docking station or AC adaptor/charger,
    unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
    3 Remove the battery.
    i After completing these actions, wait to make sure no more
    smoke comes from the device. Then take it to the dealer for
    service. Do not try to repair or open the device yourself.
    k
    Do not use during a storm
    i To avoid the risk of being struck by lightning, do not use the
    devices during a thunderstorm. In particular, if used in an
    open field, you have an increased chance of being struck by
    lightning. Quickly seek refuge in a place that will protect you
    from lightning.
    k
    Keep the devices out of the reach of children
    i The following may happen if children play with the devices:
    h They may wrap the neckstrap around their neck and
    suffocate.
    h They may swallow the battery or other small parts. In
    such a case, consult a physician immediately.
    h They may damage their eyesight if the flash goes off too
    close to their eyes.
    h They may get hurt by the camera or other devices.
    k
    Do not disassemble or modify
    i It is dangerous to touch the inside of the devices. Doing so
    may cause a fire or electric shock.
    i The camera, especially, incorporates high-voltage circuits.
    i Any internal check, setting, or repair should be performed
    by the dealer.
    i Do not use the AC adaptor as a direct current generator.
    CAUTIONS CONCERNING THE CAMERA
    WARNING
    CAUTION
    k Do not use while driving
    i Do not capture images, play back images, or watch the LCD
    monitor while driving a vehicle. Doing so may cause an
    accident.
    i Be careful where you put down the camera inside an
    automobile. During sudden stops or turns it may fall behind
    the brake pedal and prevent braking.
    k
    Be aware of your surroundings when using the camera
    i Pay close attention to your surroundings when using the
    camera. Failure to do so may lead to an accident or injury.
    i When using the camera while walking, be very careful of
    your surroundings and especially the traffic to avoid
    accidents.
    i Do not use the camera inside an airplane or elsewhere
    where its use may be restricted. Doing so may cause an
    accident.
    k
    Do not get the camera wet
    i This camera is not water-resistant. Do not allow it to get
    wet, as doing so may cause a fire or electric shock.
    i Do not use the camera in a bathroom.
    i If the camera gets wet, immediately turn it off and remove
    the battery pack. Then take it to a dealer for repair. Using
    the camera after it has been become wet may cause a fire,
    electric shock, or other accident.
    k
    Do not place on an unstable surface
    i The camera may fall, resulting in damage to the camera or
    injury.
    i If the camera has fallen and its body is damaged, turn it off,
    remove the battery pack, and take it to the dealer for repair.
    Using the camera after its body has been damaged may
    cause a fire or electric shock.
    k
    Do not look through the camera into the sun
    i Do not look through the camera at the sun or any other
    strong source of light. Doing so may seriously injure your
    eyes.
    k
    Do not use the flash close to a person’s face
    i To prevent possible eye injury, do not use the flash near a
    person’s face. If the flash is used close to a person’s
    opened eyes, there is a risk that it may damage that
    person’s eyesight. Especially with young children or babies,
    use the flash from a distance of at least 1 meter away.
    k
    Do not use where there is risk of explosion
    i Do not use the camera in a location where there is
    explosive gas, or any other flammable material in the air.
    Doing so may cause a fire or an explosion.
    k
    Cautions when carrying the camera
    i Do not walk around with the camera suspended from your
    neck or dangling from your wrist. It may hit other objects
    and get damaged. When walking around with the camera,
    secure it with your hand, for example, to prevent it from
    swinging around.
    i Be careful not to drop the camera or subject it to strong
    shocks.
    i Make sure direct sunlight does not hit the camera lens, as
    that may damage the internal parts. When not using the
    camera, be sure to always turn it off and confirm that the
    lens is covered.
    k
    If the camera is not going to be used for a long period of
    time
    i For safety’s sake, remove the battery pack from the camera.
    This will prevent any possible excess heat or leakage of
    battery fluid that may result in injuries or damage to nearby
    objects.
    k
    Cautions during use and storage
    i This camera is a precision instrument. It should not be used
    or stored where there are extreme changes in temperature
    or humidity, or where it may be exposed to water or dust.
    k
    Do not hold the hot part for a long time
    i The camera may become warm during use.
    A low temperature burn may result if you hold the hot part
    for a long time.
    k
    Do not cover or wrap the camera in a cloth or blanket
    i It may generate heat and cause the casing to warp or cause
    a fire.
    Operating environment:
    i Temperature 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) (operation)
    –20 to 60°C (–4 to 140°F) (storage)
    i Humidity 30 to 90% (operation, no condensation)
    10 to 90% (storage, no condensation)
    CAUTION
    k
    Do not use where there is risk of explosion
    i Do not use the camera in a location where there is
    explosive gas, or any other flammable material in the air.
    Doing so may cause a fire or an explosion.
    k
    Cautions when carrying the camera
    i Do not walk around with the camera suspended from your
    neck or dangling from your wrist. It may hit other objects
    and get damaged. When walking around with the camera,
    secure it with your hand, for example, to prevent it from
    swinging around.
    i Be careful not to drop the camera or subject it to strong
    shocks.
    i Make sure direct sunlight does not hit the camera lens, as
    that may damage the internal parts. When not using the
    camera, be sure to always turn it off and confirm that the
    lens is covered.
    k
    If the camera is not going to be used for a long period of
    time
    i For safety’s sake, remove the battery pack from the camera.
    This will prevent any possible excess heat or leakage of
    battery fluid that may result in injuries or damage to nearby
    objects.
    k
    Cautions during use and storage
    i This camera is a precision instrument. It should not be used
    or stored where there are extreme changes in temperature
    or humidity, or where it may be exposed to water or dust.
    CAUTIONS CONCERNING BOTH CAMERA AND ACCESSORIES
    WARNING
    k If a device makes a strange noise, emits a strange odor, or
    if smoke comes out from it, immediately turn off the power
    and proceed as follows
    i If a device is used under these conditions, it may cause a
    fire or electric shock.
    1 Turn off the device.
    2 When use the docking station or AC adaptor/charger,
    unplug the power cord from the power outlet.
    3 Remove the battery.
    i After completing these actions, wait to make sure no more
    smoke comes from the device. Then take it to the dealer for
    service. Do not try to repair or open the device yourself.
    k
    Do not use during a storm
    i To avoid the risk of being struck by lightning, do not use the
    devices during a thunderstorm. In particular, if used in an
    open field, you have an increased chance of being struck by
    lightning. Quickly seek refuge in a place that will protect you
    from lightning.
    k
    Keep the devices out of the reach of children
    i The following may happen if children play with the devices:
    h They may wrap the neckstrap around their neck and
    suffocate.
    h They may swallow the battery or other small parts. In
    such a case, consult a physician immediately.
    h They may damage their eyesight if the flash goes off too
    close to their eyes.
    h They may get hurt by the camera or other devices.
    k
    Do not disassemble or modify
    i It is dangerous to touch the inside of the devices. Doing so
    may cause a fire or electric shock.
    i The camera, especially, incorporates high-voltage circuits.
    i Any internal check, setting, or repair should be performed
    by the dealer.
    i Do not use the AC adaptor as a direct current generator.
    k
    Do not hold the hot part for a long time
    i The camera may become warm during use.
    A low temperature burn may result if you hold the hot part
    for a long time.
    k
    Do not cover or wrap the camera in a cloth or blanket
    i It may generate heat and cause the casing to warp or cause
    a fire.
    Operating environment:
    i Temperature 0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F) (operation)
    –20 to 60°C (–4 to 140°F) (storage)
    i Humidity 30 to 90% (operation, no condensation)
    10 to 90% (storage, no condensation)
    If a device emits smoke, makes a strange noise, emits a
    strange odor, or becomes excessively hot, immediately
    turn off the power and proceed as follows
    If the camera has fallen or has been trampled on, and its
    body is damaged, turn it off, remove the battery pack, and
    take it to the dealer for repair. Using the camera after its
    body has been damaged may cause a fi re or electric shock.
    Do not use the fl ash or LED light close to a person’s eyes
    To prevent possible eye injury, do not use the fl ash or LED
    light near a person’s eyes. If the fl ash or LED light is used
    close to a person’s opened eyes, there is a risk that it may
    damage his/her eyesight. Especially with young children or
    babies, use the fl ash or LED light from a distance of at least
    1 meter away.
    Pointing the fl ash or LED light towards a driver of a vehicle
    may cause temporary blindness leading to an accident.
    This camera is a precision instrument. It should not be used,
    left or stored in a car exposed to the hot sun or where there
    are extreme changes in temperature or humidity, or where it
    may be exposed to water or dust.
    They may swallow small parts, such as the battery or
    card. In such a case, consult a physician immediately.
    They may damage their eyesight if the fl ash or LED light
    goes off too close to their eyes.
    Do not break the LCD monitor or lens
    Do not apply pressure to the LCD monitor and lens or
    submit them to shock, as doing so may cause the glass to
    break and result in injury.
    In the event that the LCD monitor is cracked, DO NOT allow
    the liquid from the LCD to come into contact with your skin,
    as it may cause irritation or infl ammation.
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Sanyo VPC-CG20-Spezifikationen

Allgemeines
Marke Sanyo
Model VPC-CG20
Produkte Camcorder
EAN 4994334278388
Sprache Englisch
Dateityp PDF
Linsensystem
Digitaler Zoom 60
Optischer Zoom 5
Brennweitenbereich 6.8 - 34
Kameralinse entspricht 35 mm 38 - 190
Bildstabilisator
Bildsensor
Megapixel insgesamt 10.7
CCD-Sensorgröße 1/2.33
Sensor-Typ CMOS
Effektive Megapixel (Film) 1
Sonstige Funktionen
Blendenbereich (F-F) 3.5 - 3.7
Autofokus
Manueller Fokus
Sport
Schnittstelle USB
Stromverbrauch (in Betrieb) 3.4
Schalldämpfung
Nachtmodus
RAM-Speicher 30MB
Kamera
Wiedergabe-Zoom (max) 62.5
Mindestbelichtung 4Lux
Fotoeffekte Black&White, Sepia
Bildschirm
Anzeige LCD
Bildschirmdiagonale 2.7
Audio
Eingebautes Mikrofon
Windfilter
Eingebaute Lautsprecher
Unterstützte Audioformate AAC
Verschluss
Kameraverschlusszeit 1/2 - 1/1500
Anschlüsse und Schnittstellen
Anzahl USB 2.0 Anschlüsse 1
Composite Video-Ausgang 1
HDMI
Speichermedium
Kompatible Speicherkarten SD, SDHC, SDXC
Max. Speicherkartengröße 64GB
Gewicht und Abmessungen
Gewicht 157
Breite 85.7
Tiefe 37.4
Höhe 110.3
Design
Produktfarbe Schwarz
Batterie
Akku-/Batterietyp DB-L80
Batterietechnologie Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Betriebsbedingungen
Temperaturbereich in Betrieb 0 - 40
Belichtung
ISO-Empfindlichkeit 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, Auto
Blitz
Eingebauter Blitz
Weissabgleich
Weißabgleich Auto, Cloudy, Daylight, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Manual
Standbild
Unterstützte Bildformate JPG
Video
Maximale Bildfrequenz 60
Maximale Video-Auflösung 1920 x 1080Pixel

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