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Text excerpt from page 35 (click to view)
VIEWING IMAGE ON LCD MONITOR SCREEN
If you open the LCD monitor, you can monitor subject image on the LCD screen.
1 Open the LCD monitor.
The LCD monitor has a portion where you can hook your finger. Hook the finger there to open the monitor.
â—ŹRange where the LCD monitor can be moved
The LCD monitor can be opened up to approximately 90Âº. If the LCD monitor is open 90Âº, it can be tilted with the screen down as much as 90Âº, and can also be tilted with screen up and turned up to 180Â° so the screen faces in the same direction as the lens. If the LCD monitor is turned 180Âº so the screen faces in the same direction as the lens during recording, subject image will also appear in the viewfinder as a mirror image (left/right reversed). Tilt the LCD monitor to adjust its vertical angle so that you can see the screen easily.
Note: â€¢ If no image appears on LCD monitor screen, refer to â€śCheck 7â€ť on page 159. â€¢ If LCD monitor lights white, refer to page 87. â€¢ Be sure to open the LCD monitor approximately 90Âº before changing its vertical angle. â€¢ Do not record for a prolonged time with the LCD monitor turned approximately 180Âº in close contact with the DVD video camera/recorder body: Doing this could cause the DVD video camera/recorder and LCD monitor to become hot.