Canon LEGRIA HV40 Instruction Manual

Returning to a Pre marked Position

Returning to a Pre marked Position

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Press .

 appears. Note that if the joystick 

guide appears on the screen, it will 
conceal the 

 icon. Press (

) to 

hide the joystick guide.

*  In 

 mode, select [

PLAY/

OUT SETUP] instead.

T

O

 

ADJUST

 

THE

 

VOLUME

 

OF

 

THE

 

HEADPHONES

 

In 

 mode, adjust the volume of 

the headphones with the [PHONES VOL.] 
setting (

39). In 

 mode, use 

the joystick and the joystick guide 
following the same procedure as when 
adjusting the speaker’s volume. 

IMPORTANT

  Do not connect the headphones to the AV/

 

terminal if the 

 icon does not appear on the 

screen. If you connect the headphones while 
the terminal is set to AV output only noise will 
be output.
  When using headphones, make sure to lower 
the volume to an appropriate level.
  The sound of the built-in speaker will be 
muted when you close the LCD panel, when 
you connect the stereo video cable to the 
AV/

  terminal or when the AV/

 terminal is 

set to [

 PHONES].

NOTES

  Use commercially available headphones with 

∅ 3.5 mm minijack and a cable no longer than 

3 m.
  When you turn off the camcorder, the 
[AV/PHONES] setting in 

 mode will 

return to [

 AV].

  The volume of the headphones cannot be 
adjusted while recording.

Returning to a Pre-marked Position

If you wish to return to a particular scene 
later, mark the point with the zero set 
memory and the tape will stop at that 
point when you rewind/fast forward the 
tape.

1

While recording or during playback, 
press on 

the 

wireless controller at the point you 
wish to return to later.
• The time code changes to 
“0:00:00

”.

• Press 

 again to 

cancel the memory.

2

If you marked the zero memory 
while recording, set the camcorder 
to 

 mode. If you marked 

the zero memory during playback, 
press .

3

Press 

 to locate the zero mark.

• If the tape counter shows a negative 
number, press 

 instead.

 appears and the camcorder 

rewinds/fast forwards the tape. 
• The tape stops at or near the zero 
mark, 

 disappears and the correct 

time code will be displayed again.

NOTES

If there are blank sections between recordings 
or sections recorded in different standards 
(HDV/DV) on the same tape, the zero set 
memory may not work correctly.

FUNC.

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8)

ZERO SET MEMORY

ZERO SET MEMORY