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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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Notes: Some functions switch off automatically after a while (e.g.: Pause, Still Picture, Scanning). This helps to protect the cassette and prevent unnecessary power consumption. * The picture quality will deteriorate during Picture Scanning. The sound is turned off. * With this set you can play back cassettes that have been recorded on other video recorders in the NTSC standard. This only works for television sets which are suitable for a picture frequency of 60 Hz. During NTSC-play back some special features (e.g. still picture) are not possible.

1 Insert the cassette into the cassette slot.

2 Press the playback button 3 Picture scanning: Press the



(reverse) or

Still picture/Slow motion
1 Press the

(forward) button once or several times.
4 Interrupt: Press the


button. A still picture appears on

the screen.
5 Wind and rewind: Interrupt the playback function and

press the H (rewind) or I (wind) button. If you want to carry out this function on your video recorder, then turn the outer rotary control o to the left or to the right.

2 Each time you press


again the picture will

move on one step.
3 Hold the

button. The picture will be played in

super-slow motion.

If, during wind/rewind, you want to have a quick access to picture scanning, use the ’Instant View’ function.
6 INSTANT VIEW: If you hold the

4 Press the

button several times. You have a choice of several playback speeds. When you press the H button several times you will return to the still picture. There is no sound during slow motion playback.


(Rewind) or (Wind) button during wind or rewind, you will


Note: If the still picture vibrates vertically, hold the P r or the P q button at step 1until the vibration is minimal. This setting will be stored automatically. Please note, however, that interference may still occur with poor quality cassettes.

switch to picture scanning. If you release the buttons, the video recorder will automatically switch back to rewind or wind again.
7 Eject a cassette: Interrupt the playback function and

press the


button on the video recorder.


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