Sony DCR-IP7E Download Manual

3-071-132-12 (1)
DCR-IP7BT/IP7E/
PC120BT/PC120E
Network Function Operating Instructions
Mode d’emploi de la fonction réseau
2001 Sony Corporation2-GB
On trademarks
• “Memory Stick” and are registered trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• The BLUETOOTH trademarks are owned by their proprietor and used by Sony
Corporation under license.
• NetFront by Access Co., Ltd. is adopted for the Internet function of this product.
NetFront is a registered trademark of Access Co., Ltd in Japan.
Copyright 1996 – 2001 ACCESS CO., LTD.
• Portions of the supplied software are based in part on the work of the Independent
JPEG Group.
All other product names mentioned herein may be the trademarks or registeredtrademarks of their respective companies. Furthermore, “” and “” are notmentioned in each case in this manual.
No compensation for your recordings
Contents of the recording cannot be compensated for if recording or playback ofattached or downloaded files is not made due to a malfunction, problems with storagemedia, etc.
Precautions
• Before using the network function, be sure to set up the clock of the camcorder. Fordetails, refer to the operating instructions of the camcorder. If you use the networkfunction without setting the clock, you may not be able to send or receive e-mail, orview a Web page.
• Do not remove the battery pack or disconnect the AC power adaptor while in
NETWORK mode. The setup for the NETWORK mode may be lost. Also, exit the
NETWORK mode when setting the POWER switch to OFF (CHG) or switching themode.
• We recommend that you make backup copies of your e-mail messages and yournetwork preferences. These may be lost from time to time due to memory corruption.
To save the network preferences, write them down on paper, or use “Setup memo”,described on page 77. Also, this data may be lost when the camcorder is repaired byrepair services.
• The reset button cannot reset the network preferences.
Note on network operation when using the battery pack
When the remaining battery time is insufficient in NETWORK mode, use the AC poweradaptor or replace the battery pack with a fully charged battery pack. Before connectingthe AC power adaptor or replacing the battery pack, be sure to exit the NETWORKmode.
Note on the network function
The network function is only available in the following countries or areas:Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg,
Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and Spain. (Asinvestigated by Sony Corporation on 1. 8. 2001)
When using the camcorder in a country or area not described above, the networkfunction is available only in the country or area where you purchased the camcorder.
For customers in CANADA
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not causeinterference, and (2) this device must accept any interference, including interferencethat may cause undesired operation of the device.
To prevent radio interference to the licensed service, this device is intended to beoperated indoors and away from windows to provide maximum shielding. Equipmentthat is installed outdoors is subject to licensing.3-GB
Introduction
Table of contents
Introduction
The network function on the camcorder ... 4
Overview of the Bluetooth wirelesstechnology ....... 5
Basic operations in the NETWORKmode ............ 6
How to use the Network Menu .......... 6
How to use the control button ............ 7
How to input characters ......... 8
How to use the menu bar on thebrowser .......... 13
Preparation
Registering a Bluetooth device ........... 15
When using the Modem Adaptorwith Bluetooth Function ............. 15
When the registration has failed ...... 19
Displaying information on yourcamcorder ........... 19
Radio wave indication .......... 20
Selecting other Bluetooth devicesfrom the list ........ 20
Deleting a registered Bluetoothdevice from the list ......... 20
Setting network preferences ........ 22
Setting your provider preferences ... 22
Setting network options preferences
............ 26
Network Operation
Using e-mail ......... 29
Sending e-mail .......... 29
Using the address book ........ 40
Receiving e-mail ....... 46
Deleting unnecessary e-mail ............. 52
Viewing Web pages.......... 54
Viewing Web pages ......... 54
Storing the Web page into a “Memory
Stick” – Page Memo ....... 61
Shutting down the browser ......... 66
Additional Information
File storage destinations and filenames ............. 67
Troubleshooting ........... 68
Trouble accessing the Internet .......... 68
Trouble with e-mail .......... 68
Trouble viewing a Web page ............ 69
Specifications ........ 71
Messages .......... 72
General .......... 72
E-mail ............ 73
Browser ......... 73
Glossary ........... 75
Setup memo .......... 774-GB
– Introduction –
The network function on the camcorder
The camcorder can access the Internet through your provider using a dial-upnetworking connection with a Bluetooth device. You can view a Web page, and sendand receive e-mail with the images recorded with your camcorder attached. Bluetoothspecification ver. 1.1 has been adopted for the communication system of the camcorder,and compatible Bluetooth profiles are the “Generic Access Profile” and the “Dial-up
Networking Profiles”.
• Access the Internet easily
You can view a Web page via the Internet.
• Send/receive your e-mail
You can send or receive e-mailanytime, and attach images to e-mail messages.
Before using the network function, be sure to set up the clock of the camcorder. Theclock is not set up at the default setting.
You also have to set up the camcorder and the peripheral device, and make the requiredregistrations (Internet service provider sign-up, etc.)
Your camcorder To the Internet A Bluetooth device, suchas the Modem Adaptorwith Bluetooth function5-GB
Introduction
Overview of the Bluetooth wirelesstechnology
What is the Bluetooth wireless technology?
The Bluetooth wireless technology allows communication between various Bluetoothdevices without using cables. Devices which can use this technology include PCs,computer peripheral devices, PDAs, and mobile phones. This omnidirectionalcommunication system enables communication even if the Bluetooth device is in a bagor there are obstacles between the devices.
Also, the Bluetooth wireless technology has advanced security functions, such asscrambled frequencies and data encryption.
Authentication
The authentication routine can block unspecified users’ access to this network. Whenattempting communication with an unregistered Bluetooth device, the devices mustfirst be registered with each other by entering a common passkey to each device. Whenconnecting with a previously registered Bluetooth device, communication startswithout entering the passkey.6-GB
Basic operations in the NETWORK mode
This section describes basic control ways to operate the camcorder, those which areused for network operations.
How to use the Network Menu
To access the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing the network” in the operatinginstructions supplied with your camcorder.
[a]: Send and receive e-mail. For details, see “Using e-mail” on page 29.
[b]: View a Web page through the Internet. For details, see “Viewing Web pages” onpage 54.
[c]: You have to make various settings using this menu before using the networkfunction. For details, see “Setting network preferences” on page 22.
[d]: Exit the NETWORK mode.
The actual screens may differ slightly from the illustrations in this networkfunction operating instructions.
[a]
[b]
[c]
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Introduction
How to use the control button
Most of the network operations are carried out by the control button. Select a button onthe screen using the control button, then enter it by pressing the control button.
Note
The shape of the control button differs depending on your camcorder model.
(1) Press v/V/b/B on the control button repeatedly to select the desired buttondisplayed on the screen.
The selected button turns orange.
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(2) Press the centre z on the control button to enter the setting.
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Repeat steps 1 and 2 to execute the function.
The procedure above is described as “Select [XXXX], then press the centre z on thecontrol button” in this network function operating instructions.
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How to input characters
You have to frequently enter characters, such as e-mail addresses, or Web pageaddresses (URL), to use the network function. This section describes how to inputcharacters.
1 Selecting the character type
(1) Display the character input screen.
(2) Select either of the character type tabs.abc: When inputting alphabetical characters.
123: When inputting numerical characters.
When you have selected abc When you have selected 123
2 Inputting characters
(1) Select the key which has the character you want to input.
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Introduction
(2) Press the centre z on the control button to enter the character.
Pressing it repeatedly selects the other characters on the key. When inputtingthe same character or the other characters on the same key, select another keyusing v/V/b/B on the control button, then select the previous key again. Fordetails on available characters, see the “The available characters list” on page
12.
(3) Repeat steps 1 and 2 to input characters.
(4) After you input the characters, select [Enter], then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
The screen which is displayed before you display the character input screenappears.
Note
Even if you cancel the character input operation, select [Enter], then press the centre zon the control button to exit the character input screen.
To delete a character
Select [<] or [,]. Each time you press the centre z on the control button, the cursor ismoved to the left or right. Move the cursor to the right of the character at which youwant to delete, select [Back Space], then press the centre z on the control button. Thecharacter at the left of the cursor is deleted.
To add a character
Select [<] or [,]. Each time you press the centre z on the control button, the cursor ismoved to the left or right. Move the cursor to the position at which you want to add acharacter, then input characters.
To start a new line
Select [ ], then press the centre z on the control button.
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E.g., Enter “Hello” into the Subject item on the Send screen
(1) Select the abc tab.
(2) Select [ghi], then press the centre z on the control button five times.
“H” is entered.
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(3) Select [def], then press the centre z on the control button twice.
“e” is entered.
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(4) Select [jkl], then press the centre z on the control button three times.
“l” is entered.
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Introduction
Basic operations in the NETWORK mode
(5) Select [ ], then press the centre z on the control button.
The cursor moves to the next position.
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(6) Select [jkl], then press the centre z on the control button three times.
“l” is entered.
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(7) Select [mno], then press the centre z on the control button three times.
“o” is entered.
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(8) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
“Hello” is entered and the Send screen appears again.
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The available characters list
Alphabetical characters
Key Characterabca t b t c t A t B t C t a t...defd t e t f t D t E t F t d t...ghi g t h t i t G t H t I t g t...jklj t k t l t J t K t L t j t...mno m t n t o t M t N t O t m t...pqrsp t q t r t s t P t Q t R t S t p t...tuvt t u t v t T t U t V t t t...wxyz w t x t y t z t W t X t Y t Z t w t...
Symbol characters (when selecting the abc tab)
Key Character
.’,?! . t ' t , t • T ! t . t...
@/˜\^ @ t / t
~
t \ t ^ t @ t...www. www. t .com t .net t .html t www. t...
` ´ ˆ a: à t á t â t a t à t... A: À t Á t  t A t À t...e: è t é t ê t e t è t... E: È t É t Ê t E t È t...i: ì t í t î t i t ì t... I: Ì t Í t Î t I t Ì t...o: ò t ó t ô t o t ò t... O: Ò t Ó t Ô t O t Ò t...u: ù t ú t û t u t ù t... U: Ù t Ú t Û t U t Ù t...y: ´ y Y: ´
Y
¨ ˜ a: ä t ã t a t ä t... A: Ä t à t A t Ä t...e: ë t e t ë t... E: Ë t E t Ë t...i: ï t i t ï t... I: Ï t I t Ï t...o: ö t õ t o t ö t... O: Ö t Õ t O t Ö t...u: ü t u t ü t... U: Ü t U t Ü t...y: ÿ t y t ÿ t... n: ñ t n t ñ t...
N: Ñ t N t Ñ t...
çß
¿¡
ç t ß t ¿ t ¡ t Ç t ç t...
Symbol characters (when selecting the 123 tab)
Key Character
|<>{}
| t < t > t { t } t | t...
()[]
( t ) t [ t ] t ( t...
.+–=_ . t + t - t = t _ t . t...
;&:’
*
t ; t & t : t ' t
*
t...
#”$% # t " t $ t % t # t...
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Introduction
Numerical characters
Key Character
0 / 0
1 1
2 2
3 3
4 4
5 5
6 6
7 7
8 8
9 9
How to use the menu bar on the browser
When you access the Internet and view a Web page, you can carry out variousoperations using the menu bar. While the browser screen is displayed, press BROWSER
MENU on the camcorder to display the menu bar. For details on how to use BROWSER
MENU, refer to the operating instructions of the camcorder.
To show the menu bar
(1) Press BROWSER MENU on the camcorder.
The following menu bar appears.
(2) Press V on the control button.
The rest of the menu bar buttons appear.
To hide the menu bar
Press BROWSER MENU on the camcorder again. The menu bar disappears.
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The buttons on the menu bar
The buttons on the upper level
Button Function
(Previous Page) Go to the previous page in your step.
(Next Page) Go to the next page in your step.
(Refresh) Refresh the current page.
Use this button when images or characters on the Webpage are not displayed properly.
(Stop) Stop loading the current page.
(New URL) Enter the URL of a Web page.
(Bookmark) Bookmark the current page. (Bookmarks are stored in thecamcorder.) Bookmarking is convenient to accessfrequently-visited pages.
(Line Close) Disconnect the phone line.
END (END) Exit the browser.
The buttons on the lower level
Button Function
(Zoom) Change the page size.
(Frame Select) Change the frame on the page currently being viewed.
Use this button when the page has separate frames.
(Page Information) Show the title and URL of the current page.
(Page Memo) Store the current page in the “Memory Stick”. You canthen view the page without accessing the Internet.
Note
The buttons may not function, depending on the Web page being accessed.
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Preparation
This section describes making a registration of a Bluetooth device. Here we describe theprocedure for registering the Sony Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function. Once theregistration is completed, the camcorder can connect to the Bluetooth device withoutreregistering the device. Up to three Bluetooth devices can be registered. Also, refer tothe operating instructions supplied with the Bluetooth device.
For more information about Bluetooth devices compatible with the camcorder, accessthe following URL:• http://www.sony.ca/service
• http://www.sony-europe.com/imaging, then click “support”
• http://www.sony-asia.com.sg/helpdesk
Only for the DCR-IP7BT/PC120BT
The Sony BTA-NW1 Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function is supplied with the
DCR-IP7BT/PC120BT. This unit has already been registered to your DCR-IP7BT/
PC120BT.
Notes
• When using the Sony BTA-NW1 Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function, install itin a location that has no obstacles between the camcorder and the device. The distancebetween the devices must be within 10 m (33 feet).
• The connection may be interrupted depending on the conditions in which thecommunication is taking place.
When using the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function
1 Preparing the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function
Set the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function to connection standby (BONDING).
For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the Modem Adaptor with
Bluetooth Function.
– Preparation –
Registering a Bluetooth device16-GB
2 Specifying the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function as theconnection device
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears.
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(3) Select [Bluetooth Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth Setup screen appears.
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Preparation
(4) Select [Select], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth devices list appears. When making a registration for the firsttime, only [ Return] and [ New] are indicated. The list shows up to three
Bluetooth devices. When selecting a Bluetooth device on the list, see “Selectingother Bluetooth devices from the list” on page 20.
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Tip
The last-used Bluetooth device is listed next to [ New].
(5) Select [ New], then press the centre z on the control button.
The camcorder starts searching for the Bluetooth devices. When the searchingis completed, the available Bluetooth devices list appears.
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Notes
• The search takes from about 10 to 60 seconds. The time depends on the number of
Bluetooth devices around the camcorder.
• If the Bluetooth device you want to register is not found, carry out the procedureagain from step 4.
(6) Select the desired Bluetooth device, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
The character input screen appears.
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(7) Enter the passkey.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
For example, when using the BTA-NW1 Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth
Function, the passkey is its serial number which is indicated on the label on therear panel.
Tip on “Passkey”
The passkey is an identification number needed to allow two Bluetooth devicesto communicate with each other. The connection will be permitted afterentering the passkey. This “Passkey” is also referred to as a “Bluetoothpasskey”, “PIN”, “Bluetooth PIN”, etc. For details, refer to the operatinginstructions supplied with the Bluetooth adaptor.
(8) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
After the registration is completed, the Bluetooth Setup screen appears again.
The selected Bluetooth device is specified.
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Note
When the message “Bluetooth Registration Error Check the Passkey” isindicated, select [OK], then press the centre z on the control button. Carry outthe procedure again from step 4.
(9) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears again. For details on how to turn off the Modem
Adaptor with Bluetooth Function, refer to the operating instructions suppliedwith the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function.
(10)Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Menu appears again.
MODEM ADAPTOR WITH BLUETOOTH
TM
FUNCTION
MODEL NO. BTA-NW1
Passkey
The number used when registering a
Bluetooth device
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Preparation
When the registration has failed
Carry out the procedure described in “When using the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth
Function ” on page 15 again from step 4.
Displaying information on your camcorder
You can display your camcorder information.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears.
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(3) Select [Bluetooth Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth Setup screen appears.
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(4) Select [Info.], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth Setup: Self information screen appears.
To clear the Self Information screen
Select [Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
Radio wave indication
indicates the radio wave status of the connected Bluetooth device. (Use thisindication as a guide.)
Selecting other Bluetooth devices from the list
Select the Bluetooth device you want to specify, then press the centre z on the controlbutton in step 4 in “When using the Modem Adaptor with Bluetooth Function” on page
15. The device information is indicated. Select [Exit], then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
Deleting a registered Bluetooth device from the list
Up to three Bluetooth devices can be registered on the camcorder. When deleting a
Bluetooth device from the list, follow the procedure below.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
The model name
This is the unique address assigned to eachcamcorder at the factory. This address is usedwhen exchanging information betweendevices. This address cannot be modified.
(The number indicated on the illustration isan example number.)
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Preparation
(2) Select [ Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears.
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(3) Select [Bluetooth Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth Setup screen appears.
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(4) Select [Select], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Bluetooth devices list appears.
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(5) Select the device you want to delete, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
The device name and address of the selected device are indicated.
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(6) Select [Delete], then press the centre z on the control button.
The selected device is deleted from the list.
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Setting network preferences
You have to access the Internet to view a Web page, or send or receive your e-mail. Thissection describes how to set network preferences to access the Internet.
Setting your provider preferences
Set your provider preferences according to the requirements of your provider. Whenyou do not understand the setup items, consult your provider.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears.
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(3) Select [Network Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Provider Setup: Custom screen appears.
If the PPP screen is not displayed, select the PPP tab.
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Preparation
Setting network preferences
(4) Set up the following items:ID: Enter the login name you use for accessing your provider using a dial-upconnection.
Tip on “ID”
This “ID” is also referred to as a “user ID”, “login name”, “PPP login name”,
“network ID”, “account name”, “logon name”, “user name”, etc.
Password: Enter the password you use for accessing your provider using adial-up connection.
Tip on “Password”
This “Password” is also referred to as a “PPP password”, “networkpassword”, “connection password”, etc.
Tip on dial-up connection
The dial-up connection is used to access the Internet using a phone line.
DNS1: Enter the DNS (Domain Name System) server address of your provider.
Tips on “DNS1”
• This “DNS1” is also referred to as a “name server”, “primary DNS server”,
“primary name server”, etc.
• This entry may be unnecessary, depending on the provider. For details, consultyour provider.
DNS2: Enter the secondary DNS server address of your provider, if necessary.
Tips on “DNS2”
• This “DNS2” is also referred to as a “secondary DNS server” etc.
• This entry may be unnecessary, depending on the provider. For details, consultyour provider.
TEL No. 1: Enter the telephone numbers of your most convenient accesspoint.
Tip on access point
Most providers install access points in various areas. We recommend that youselect the most convenient access point which allows you to obtain the lowesttelephone charges.
TEL No. 2/TEL No. 3: Enter the second and third telephone numbers, ifnecessary.24-GB
Setting network preferences
(5) Select the Mail tab.
The Mail screen appears.
(6) Set up the following items:User ID: Enter the user ID name you use for your provider.
Password: Enter the password of your user ID for accessing the POP server.
Your user ID and password are required to use e-mail.
Tip on “Password”
This “Password” is also referred to as a “mail password”, “mail serverpassword”, etc.
Address: Enter your e-mail address.
Tip on “Address”
This “Address” is also referred to as a “mail address”, “e-mail address”, etc.
POP Server: Enter the POP (Post Office Protocol) server address of yourprovider. The POP server is for receiving e-mail.
Tip on “POP Server”
This “POP Server” is also referred to as a “mail server”, “POP3 server”, etc.
SMTP Server: Enter the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) server addressof your provider. The SMTP server is for sending e-mail.
Tip on “SMTP Server”
This “SMTP Server” is also referred to as a “mail server”, “SMTP mail server”,etc. The SMTP server may be the same as the POP server, depending on theprovider.
APOP: Select whether you want to use APOP.
Tip on “APOP”
APOP is an authentication protocol for security. When your provider supports
APOP, we recommend that you check this item. For more information onwhether the provider support APOP or not, consult your provider.25-GB
Preparation
(7) Select the Browser tab.
The Browser screen appears.
(8) Set up the following items:Proxy: Enter the proxy server address of your provider.
Port: Enter the port number of the proxy server of your provider. This entrymay be unnecessary, depending on your provider. For details, consult yourprovider.
(9) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The setup is completed, and the Network Setup screen appears again.
(10)Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears again.
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Setting network options preferences
For the network options setup, you can use the network function even if the networkoptions setup is left at the default settings. If you have set your preferences based on therequirements of your provider, you can access the Internet without modifying the itemson the Network Options screen.
(1) Display the Setup screen.
(2) Select [Network Options], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Options screen appears.
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(3) Set up the following items:Verify Password: Select whether password entry is required when you accessyour provider. When you check this item, you have to enter your passwordfor accessing your provider each time you try to make a connection.
Note
When this item is checked:– You cannot set your password for accessing your provider.
Tip on “Verify Password”
When you check this item, you have to enter your password for accessing yourprovider each time you try to make a connection. This can prevent otherpersons from connecting to your provider using your ID.
Time Out: Select whether the connection is automatically cancelled if nocommunication is made for specific time (1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 15minutes, or 30 minutes).
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Preparation
Setting network preferences
Note
Although you have selected a specific time for the “Time Out” function, theline connection may not be cancelled automatically, depends on the Webpage you access. In this case, you can cancel the line connection manually.
Mail
Send&Receive: Select whether to check the e-mail inbox after sending e-mail.
Save Mail to Server: Select whether to keep copies of the messages on theserver.
Note
If you try to receive e-mail without checking this item, e-mail messages maynot be downloaded and may be lost from your server, depending on thetype of e-mail you receive. For details, see “Note on “Save Mail to Server””on page 28.
Signature: Set up this item when you want to attach your signature to e-mail.
Restrict: Select whether to skip an e-mail message if its file size is more than
50 KB, 200 KB, or 500 KB.
Browser
Cookie: Select whether to accept a cookie. When you do not want to sendyour personal information, do not check this item. This item is checked atthe default setting.
Image Display: Select whether to display images on the screen whenviewing a Web page. This item is checked at the default setting.
Reset: Reset all the items on the Network Options screen except “Signature”and “Modem Init”.
Note
A verification message does not appear when you try to reset items.
Modem Init: Set up the character string to be used for modem initialization.
If no setup is specified, you do not need to modify this item.
Note
If the setup is wrong, the message “Connection Error No Response From
PPP Server” appears when you try to access the Internet and you will not beable to access the Internet.
(4) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears again.28-GB
Setting network preferences
Note on “Save Mail to Server”
When “Save Mail to Server” is not checked, copies of e-mail messages received will notbe stored on your server. However, the following error messages described belowdepend on the type of e-mail messages. See the table below.
Messages
1)
Cause and/or Corrective Actions
Memory Stick Memory Full
Mail Over Size Limit
Attached Invalid File Deleted
Mail Over Size Limit
Memory Stick Directory Error
1)
These error messages are indicated in a message.
2)
These e-mail messages are stored on the server even if you did not check the item
“Save Mail to Server”. You can retrieve that e-mail using your computer etc.
3)
The previously downloaded e-mail is not stored on the server if you did not check theitem “Save Mail to Server”. You cannot retrieve this e-mail using your computer etc.
4)
For e-mail messages that have lots of line break, the number of available characters isless than 4000.
You tried to download e-mail when the “Memory Stick” isalready full.
2)c Delete the e-mail, and delete unnecessary e-mailmessages or image files in the “Memory Stick”, thendownload your e-mail again.c Insert another “Memory Stick” that has sufficientmemory, then download your e-mail again.
You tried to download e-mail whose size is over the size setin the item “Restrict”.
2)c You can download that e-mail using your computer etc.c Delete the e-mail, and release the checkmark of the item
“Restrict”, then download that e-mail again.
You downloaded e-mail that has an attached file whose filename extension is invalid.
3)c The camcorder cannot receive files other than those inthe JPEG or MPEG format.
You downloaded an e-mail message whose the number ofcharacters of the message is more than 4000.
3)c The camcorder cannot receive an e-mail message thathas 4000 characters or more.
4)c Insert another “Memory Stick” that has sufficientmemory, then download your e-mail again.29-GB
Network Operation
— Network Operation—
Using e-mail
This section describes the basic usage of e-mail. E-mail is sent and received via the
Internet. E-mail is very convenient; you can send e-mail anytime, and you can also sendimages stored in a “Memory Stick” by attaching them to e-mail.
Sending e-mail
By entering the e-mail address of the destination, you can send an e-mail message in amoment.
1 Specifying the destination address
Be careful to enter the address correctly.
Tip
You can select the e-mail address from the address book. For details, see “Selecting thedestination address from the address book” on page 45.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Mail], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears.
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(3) Select [To], then press the centre z on the control button.
The address list appears. The list shows the addresses that are registered in theaddress book. For details on the address book, see “Using the address book”on page 40.
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When you have selected an address listed in the address book, go to step 7.
Tips
• The last-used address is listed next to New.
• Addresses are listed in historical order.
(4) Select [ New], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(5) Enter the e-mail address of an addressee.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(6) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again. The new e-mail address is listed and its checkbox is indicated by the checkmark ( ).
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Using e-mail
Tip
If you notice that the e-mail address is wrong, you can correct it in the addressbook. For details on the address book, see “Editing the address book” on page
43.
(7) If you want to send the e-mail message to other addressees, select other e-mailaddresses.
The check box of the selected e-mail address is indicated by the checkmark
( ).
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(8) Select [ Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again.
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Note
If you try to send an e-mail message with 50 addresses registered in the address book,the last-used address will be deleted. The message “Address Book Full Overwrite the
Data with Current Address?” appears for verification. When you overwrite it, select
[OK], then press the centre z on the control button. When you select [Cancel], deletethe unnecessary address from the address book, then enter a new address.32-GB
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2 Entering the subject of a message
(1) Select [Subject], then press the centre z on the control button.
The subject list appears. The list shows up to six subjects.
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When you want to use a subject shown on the list, select the subject, then pressthe centre z on the control button. After selecting the subject, go to “3
Entering the text of a message” on page 33.
Tip
The last-used address is listed next to [ New].
(2) Select [ New], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(3) Enter the subject.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
Note
The total number of characters you can enter is 24.
(4) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again.
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3 Entering the text of a message
Enter the text of the message. You can select the text from the message list, or modify itto suit your purposes. The list shows up to six messages.
(1) Select [Message], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message list appears.
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The list shows messages that were made previously.
When you choose to use the selected text, select [OK], then press the centre zon the control button. After you select the message, go to “4 Sending e-mail”on page 34.
If you modify the selected text, select [Edit], then press the centre z on thecontrol button. The character input screen appears. Go to step 3.
(2) Select [ New], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(3) Enter your message.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
Note
The total number of characters you can enter is 512.34-GB
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(4) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again.
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4 Sending e-mail
Tip
You can send an e-mail message with your signature. For details, see “Attaching yoursignature to a message” on page 38.
(1) Select whether you attach images or not.
When attaching images, see “Attaching images to e-mail” on page 37.
(2) Check the message.
When you check or modify a message, see “Checking or modifying a message”on page 35.
(3) Select [Send], then press the centre z on the control button.
The screen for verifying the connection appears.
Set the Bluetooth device to connection standby with the camcorderbeforehand. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
Bluetooth device.
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(4) Check the telephone number.
When dialling other telephone numbers
Select [TEL No.], then press the centre z on the control button. The registeredtelephone number list appears. Select the desired telephone number, thenpress the centre z on the control button. The selected telephone number isspecified.35-GB
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(5) Select [Connect], then press the centre z on the control button.
The camcorder starts dialling the selected telephone number. After the sendingis completed, the message “Sending Mail Complete” appears. The phone lineis automatically disconnected.
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(6) Select [OK], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again.
To cancel sending e-mail
During sending, select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button.
Tip
You can automatically check the e-mail inbox after sending e-mail. For details, see
“Setting network options preferences” on page 26.
Checking or modifying a message
(1) Display the Send screen.
(2) Select [Message], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message list appears.
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(3) Select the message you want to check or modify, then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
The following screen appears.
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(4) Check or modify the message. When the message is long, select the messagearea, then press the control button V repeatedly to scroll the message.
When you only check the message:After checking the message, select [OK], then press the centre z on the controlbutton. The Send screen appears again.
When you modify the message:Go to step 5.
(5) Select [Edit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(6) Modify the message.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(7) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again.37-GB
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Using e-mail
Attaching images to e-mail
You can send images by attaching them to e-mail messages.
Preparation
Store the desired images in the “Memory Stick” and insert it into the camcorder.
(1) Follow these procedures: “1 Specifying the destination address” on page 29,
“2 Entering the subject of a message” on page 32, and “3 Entering the text ofa message” on page 33.
The Send screen appears.
(2) Select [Attach], then press the centre z on the control button.
The image index list appears.
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(3) Select the desired images.
Move the yellow arrow mark onto the image you want to upload, then pressthe control button. The selected image is indicated by the checkmark ( ).
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To page up or down the index list
Select [<] or [,], then press the centre z on the control button. The next orprevious page is displayed.38-GB
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(4) Repeat step 3 to select other images.
Note
The total number of images you can attach is 99, and the attachable file size isup to 3 MB.
(5) Select [ OK], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears again. The total number of selected images and totalfile size are indicated.
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To cancel the selected image
Select the image again, then press the centre z on the control button. Thecheckmark will disappear from the image.
To cancel all the selected images
Select [ CLR], then press the centre z on the control button.
(6) Carry out the procedure described in “4 Sending e-mail” on page 34 fromstep 3.
Note
The amount of time it takes to send images depends on the image file size.
Attaching your signature to a message
You can attach your signature to the last column of the e-mail message.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.39-GB
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(2) Select [ Setup], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears.
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(3) Select [Network Options], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Options screen appears.
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(4) Select [Signature], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(5) Enter your signature.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
Note
The total number of characters you can enter is 256.40-GB
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(6) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The setup of your signature is completed, and the Network Options screenappears again. “Yes” is indicated next to [Signature].
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(7) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Setup screen appears again.
(8) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Menu appears again.
Using the address book
Once you register frequently used e-mail addresses in the address book, you can send e-mail without entering the e-mail address manually.
Registering destination addresses in the address book
You can register frequently used e-mail addresses in the address book. Up to 50addresses can be registered. Be careful to enter the address correctly.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.41-GB
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(2) Select [ Mail], then press the centre z on the control button.
If the Address screen is not displayed, select the Address tab. The addressscreen appears.
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(3) Select [New], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address Book: New screen appears.
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(4) Select [Name], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(5) Enter the destination name.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
Note
The total number of characters you can enter in the [Name] box is 24.42-GB
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(6) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address Book: New screen appears again.
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(7) Select [Address], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(8) Enter the e-mail address.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(9) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address Book: New screen appears again.
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(10)Select [Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address screen appears again.
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(11)Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Menu appears again.
Tips
• The addresses are listed in alphabetical order.
• When you reply to the address of a previously received e-mail message, the addresswill be automatically registered on the address book. To edit the address, see “Editingthe address book” below.
Editing the address book
You can edit the names or e-mail addresses in the address book.
(1) Follow steps 1 and 2 in “Registering destination addresses in the addressbook” on page 40.
The Address screen appears.
(2) Select the area where the name and address are indicated, then select theaddress you want to edit using the control button b/B, then press the centrez on the control button.
The Address Book: Edit screen appears.
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(3) Select [Name] or [Address], then press the centre z on the control button.
When modifying the name, select [Name], and when modifying the address,select [Address].
The character input screen appears.
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(4) Modify the name or address.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(5) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address Book: Edit screen appears again.
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(6) Select [Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Address screen appears again.
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(7) Check the name or address.
(8) Select [Exit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Network Menu appears again.45-GB
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Selecting the destination address from the address book
You can select the destination address from the address book.
(1) Follow steps 1 and 2 in “Registering destination addresses in the addressbook” on page 40.
The Address screen appears.
(2) Select the area where the name and address are indicated, then select thedestination address using the control button b/B.
(3) Select [tTo], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears. The selected address is set as the destination address.
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(4) Carry out the procedures described in “2 Entering the subject of a message”on page 32.46-GB
Using e-mail
Receiving e-mail
Once you receive e-mail, you can reply to it or forward it.
Preparation
• Insert a “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, for storing images.
• Release the lock of the “Memory Stick”.
Checking your e-mail inbox
Tip
You can keep copies of your messages on your server even if you download themessage using the camcorder. For details, see “Setting network options preferences” onpage 26.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Mail], then press the centre z on the control button.
If the Receive screen is not displayed, select the Receive tab. The Receivescreen appears.
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(3) Select [Receive], then press the centre z on the control button.
The screen for verifying the connection appears.
Set the Bluetooth device to connection standby with the camcorderbeforehand. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
Bluetooth device.
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(4) Check the telephone number.
When dialling other telephone numbers
Select [TEL No.], then press the centre z on the control button. The registeredtelephone number list appears. Select the desired telephone number, thenpress the centre z on the control button. The selected telephone number isspecified.
(5) Select [Connect], then press the centre z on the control button.
The camcorder starts dialling the selected telephone number. When an e-mailmessage has been sent to you, the camcorder download it, and the message
“Receiving Mail Complete” appears. Select [OK], then press the centre z onthe control button. The phone line is automatically disconnected.
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(6) When an e-mail message has been received, select where area that the messageis displayed, then select the message using the control button b/B, then pressthe centre z on the control button.
The message is displayed.
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(7) Select [Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Receive screen appears again.
To cancel reception of e-mail
While downloading, select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button.
Incoming E-mail not yet downloaded remains on your server.
When the message is long
Select the message area, then press the control button V repeatedly to scroll themessage.
When a file is attached to an e-mail message
The files that the camcorder can receive have the following extensions: .jpg or .mpg.
When you receive other types of files, the message “Attached Invalid File Deleted” isinserted in the e-mail message. The camcorder cannot play back the attached image ifthe file is in an incompatible format.
To view an attached image
Exit the NETWORK mode, then view the image following the same procedure as thatfor viewing an image recorded in a “Memory Stick”. In such cases, the attached file willbe stored next to the last-recorded image recorded in VCR or MEMORY mode.
When no new messages have been sent to you
The message “No New Mail” appears.49-GB
Network Operation
URL included in an e-mail message
When a URL (http://...) is typed in the message, select the URL, then press the centre zon the control button. The browser starts automatically and accesses the indicated Webpage.
Notes
• The total number of e-mail message characters allowed is 4000. More than thatnumber of characters will cause the excess characters to be deleted and a messageindicating that some of the text was deleted is attached to the beginning of themessage.
• The amount of time it takes to receive the message depends on the attached image filesize.
Tips
• You can automatically check the e-mail inbox after sending e-mail. For details, see
“Setting network options preferences” on page 26.
• You can skip an e-mail message if its file size is too large. For details, see “Settingnetwork options preferences” on page 26.
• For e-mail messages, the total number of characters used for the subject and thesender name has an upper limit of 24 characters. When you receive an e-mail messagewith more than 24 characters in these items, you cannot read the subject and thesender name on the camcorder.
Sending your answer – Reply
You can quickly reply to an e-mail message without entering the address.
(1) Display the Receive screen.
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(2) Select the area where a message is indicated, then select the message you wantto reply to using the control button b/B, then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
The selected message is displayed.
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(3) Select [Reply], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears.
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Tip
“Re:” is added to the beginning of the subject line.
(4) Carry out the procedure described in “3 Entering the text of a message” onpage 33 to enter the text of the message.
Tip
You cannot quote a received e-mail message.
(5) Carry out the procedure described in “4 Sending e-mail” on page 34 fromstep 3.51-GB
Network Operation
Forwarding the message to another person – Forward
You can forward a downloaded message to another person.
(1) Display the Receive screen.
(2) Select the area where a message is indicated, then select the message you wantto forward using the control button b/B, then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
The selected message is displayed.
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(3) Select [Forward], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Send screen appears.
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Tips
• An attached file is not automatically forwarded. When you also want to send theattached file, see “Attaching images to e-mail” on page 37.
• “Fw:” is added to the top of the subject line.
(4) Carry out the procedure described in “1 Specifying the destination address”on page 29 from step 3 or “Selecting the destination address from the addressbook” on page 45 to specify the destination address.
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(5) Carry out the procedure described in “3 Entering the text of a message” onpage 33 to modify the message.
Tip
The total number of characters you can enter in a message is 512. Thecharacters over that number will be deleted.
(6) Carry out the procedure described in “4 Sending e-mail” on page 34 fromstep 3.
Deleting unnecessary e-mail
Up to 50 received e-mail messages can be stored in a “Memory Stick”. If you try toreceive a 51st e-mail message, an error message appears and the camcorder cannotreceive the e-mail message.
Preparation
• Insert the “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, which the e-mail message you want todelete is stored.
• Release the lock of the “Memory Stick”.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Mail], then press the centre z on the control button.
If the Receive screen is not displayed, select the Receive tab. The Receivescreen appears.
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(3) Select the area where a message is indicated, then select the message you wantto delete using the control button b/B, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
The selected message is displayed.
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(4) Select [Delete], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message “Delete This Mail?” used for verification appears.
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(5) Select [OK], then press the centre z on the control button.
The selected e-mail message is deleted.
To cancel deletion
Select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button in step 5.54-GB
Viewing Web pages
A site that posts information on the Internet is called a “Web Page” or “Web site”. Youcan easily retrieve information by accessing a Web site on the Internet.
Viewing Web pages
1 Entering the URL needed to access the Web page
Enter the address of the Web page, and then access the Internet. Be careful to enter theaddress correctly.
Tip on URL
A Web site has a unique address on the Internet. The address is called a URL. This URLis required to access a Web site.
(1) Open the Network Menu.
For details on how to open the Network Menu, refer to “Accessing thenetwork” in the operating instructions supplied with your camcorder.
(2) Select [ Browser], then press the centre z on the control button.
The following screen appears.
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(3) Select (New URL), then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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Viewing Web pages
(4) Enter the URL.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(5) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The screen used for verifying the connection appears. Set the Bluetooth deviceto connection standby with the camcorder beforehand. For details, refer to theoperating instructions supplied with the Bluetooth device.
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(6) Check the telephone number.
When dialling other telephone numbers
Select [TEL No.], then press the centre z on the control button. The registeredtelephone number list appears. Select the desired telephone number, thenpress the centre z on the control button. The selected telephone number isspecified.
(7) Select [Connect], then press the centre z on the control button.
The camcorder starts dialling the selected telephone number. After theconnection is completed, the Web page selected in step 4 is loaded.
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(8) Operate the browser using the menu bar.
For details on the menu bar, see “How to use the menu bar on the browser” onpage 13.56-GB
Viewing Web pages
Note on connection status indication
The connection status is indicated on the top of the screen. This item also shows aconnected time and the address of the Web page. The connecting time indication shouldbe used as a guide.
Off Line: being offline
Loading: Loading a Web page
On Line: being online
Notes
• When the address is too long to display, the whole of the address is not indicated. Ifyou want to know the correct address of the page, select , then press the centre zon the control button. The address is indicated in full.
• A portion of the whole page is displayed on the screen.
• It takes more time to load a large size page, and its images or text may not bedisplayed properly. This is not a malfunction.
• When you try to open a large size page, the message “Data too Large for Full Display”appears and the entire page may not be loaded.
• When viewing a scaled-down page, the screen may show some flicker or the colourmay be strange. This is not a malfunction.
• To prevent the occurence of a malfunction, operate the menu bar buttons after loadingthe page.
Tip
You can access the Web page from a bookmark. For details, see “3 Jumping to the Webpage specified by the bookmark ” on page 60.
2 Bookmarking the Web page – Bookmark
You can bookmark Web pages you frequently access. Up to 30 bookmarks are available.
(1) Display the Web page you want to bookmark.57-GB
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(2) When the menu bar is not displayed, press BROWSER MENU on thecamcorder.
The menu bar appears.
(3) Select (Bookmark), then press the centre z on the control button.
The bookmark list appears.
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(4) Select [ Add], then press the centre z on the control button.
The bookmark is added, and the display returns to the Web page.
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To edit a bookmark
You can edit the title of a bookmark.
(1) Select (Bookmark), then press the centre z on the control button.
The bookmark list appears.
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(2) Select the bookmark you want to edit, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
The title and URL are indicated.
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(3) Select [Edit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(4) Edit the name.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
8.
(5) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The title of the bookmark is modified.
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(6) Select [ Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The screen displayed in step 2 appears again.59-GB
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To delete bookmarks
You can delete bookmarks. We recommend that you delete unnecessary bookmarkssince you can only store up to 30 bookmarks.
(1) Select (Bookmark), then press the centre z on the control button.
The bookmark list appears.
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(2) Select the bookmark you want to delete, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
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(3) Select [Delete], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message “Delete This Bookmark?” used for verification appears.
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(4) Select [OK], then press the centre z on the control button.
The selected bookmark is deleted.
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To cancel deletion of the bookmark
Select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button in step 4.
3 Jumping to the Web page specified by the bookmark
(1) When the menu bar is not displayed, press BROWSER MENU on thecamcorder.
The menu bar appears.
(2) Select (Bookmark), then press the centre z on the control button.
The bookmark list appears.
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(3) Select the bookmark, then press the centre z on the control button.
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(4) Select [Go], then press the centre z on the control button.
The screen used for verifying the connection appears.
Set the Bluetooth device to connection standby with the camcorderbeforehand. For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the
Bluetooth device.
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(5) Check the telephone number.
When dialling other telephone numbers
Select [TEL No.], then press the centre z on the control button. The registeredtelephone number list appears. Select the desired telephone number, thenpress the centre z on the control button. The selected telephone number isspecified.
(6) Select [Connect], then press the centre z on the control button.
The camcorder starts dialling the selected telephone number. After theconnection is completed, the Web page specified by the bookmark isdisplayed.
To select another bookmark
Select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button in step 4. The bookmarklist appears. Select another bookmark.
Storing the Web page into a “Memory Stick” – Page Memo
You can store your favourite Web pages in a “Memory Stick”. Once you store them, youcan view the Web page without accessing the Internet.
Storing the Web page into a “Memory Stick”
Up to 30 page memos can be stored in a “Memory Stick”.
Preparation
• Insert a “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, for storing images.
• Release the lock of the “Memory Stick”.
(1) Display the Web page you want to store.62-GB
(2) When the menu bar is not displayed, press BROWSER MENU on thecamcorder.
The menu bar appears.
(3) Select (Page Memo), then press the centre z on the control button.
The page memo list appears.
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(4) Select [ Add], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message “Saving Page Memo Do Not Remove Memory Stick” appears.
After the message disappears, storing is complete.
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(5) Select [ Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The page memo list appears again.
To cancel the storing of the Web page
During storing, select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button.
Note
You cannot store the Web page while loading it.
Editing the title of a page memo
You can edit the title of a page memo stored in a “Memory Stick”.
Preparation
• Insert a “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, for storing images.
• Release the lock of the “Memory Stick”.
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Viewing Web pages
(1) Select (Page Memo), then press the centre z on the control button.
The page memo list appears.
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(2) Select the page memo you want to edit, then press the centre z on the controlbutton.
The title and URL of the selected page memo are indicated.
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(3) Select [Edit], then press the centre z on the control button.
The character input screen appears.
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(4) Edit the name.
For details on how to input characters, see “How to input characters” on page
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(5) Select [Enter], then press the centre z on the control button.
The title of the page memo is modified.
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(6) Select [ Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The browser screen appears again.
To delete the page memo
You can delete page memos. We recommend that you delete unnecessary page memossince you can only store up to 30 page memos.
Preparation
• Insert a “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, for storing page memos.
• Release the lock of the “Memory Stick”.
(1) Select (Page Memo), then press the centre z on the control button.
The page memo list appears.
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(2) Select the page memo you want to delete, then press the centre z on thecontrol button.
The following screen appears.
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Viewing Web pages
(3) Select [Delete], then press the centre z on the control button.
The message “Delete This Page Memo Item?” used for verification appears.
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(4) Select [OK], then press the centre z on the control button.
The selected page memo is deleted and the page memo list appears again.
(5) Select [ Return], then press the centre z on the control button.
The browser screen appears again.
To cancel deletion of the page memo
Select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button in step 4.
Displaying a Web page stored in page memo
You can display a page memo stored in a “Memory Stick”.
Preparation
Insert the “Memory Stick” into the camcorder, which the page memo you want todisplay is stored.
(1) Select (Page Memo), then press the centre z on the control button.
The page memo list appears.
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(2) Select the page memo you want to display.
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(3) Select [Open], then press the centre z on the control button.
The Web page stored in page memo is displayed.
To select another page memo
Select [Cancel], then press the centre z on the control button in step 3. The page memolist appears. Select another page memo.
Shutting down the browser
To finish viewing the Web page, and disconnect the phone line
(1) Press BROWSER MENU on the camcorder to display the menu bar.
(2) Select END (End), then press the centre z on the control button.
The browser is closed, then the phone line is disconnected.
To only disconnect the line
Select (Line Close), then press the centre z on the control button. The phone line isdisconnected.
Note
When shutting down the browser, a verification message may appear, depending onyour camcorder.
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Additional Information
– Additional Information –
File storage destinations and file names
Files are grouped in the following folders. You can only view these folders on acomputer. The meanings of the file names are as follows.sssss stands for any number within the range from 00001 to 99999.ssss stands for any number within the range from 0001 to 9999.
XXX stands for a portion of an attached file name.
Folder File name Meaning
100MSDCF DSCsssss.JPG Still image file
MOVsssss.MPG Moving image file
700MSNET XXXsssss.JPG Still image file over the network
XXXsssss.MPG Moving image file over the network
CAM NET01 RCV.MBX Incoming e-mail lis

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