Canon DM-MV600i, DM-MV630i, DM-MV600, DM-MV590 Digital Camcorder

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No. D17-7316 Digital Video CameraCANON INC. 2003Canon Inc.Digital Imaging Products Service Dept.First Edition : Feb. 2003First Print : Feb. 2003iPALVideo ProductcDM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E DM-MV590 E DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E DM-MV590 E CHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTIONCONTENTS1. Product Overview ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-11-1 Concepts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-11-2 Main Features -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-11-2-1 Direct Printer Compatible ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-21-2-2 DV Messenger -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-21-3 Function and Performance List ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-31-4 Function and Performance Comparison Chart ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1-42. Technical Explanation -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-102-1 Design ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-102-1-1 Concept ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-102-1-2 Variation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-102-2 DMC III Digital Mechanism Chassis ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-112-2-1 Improved Quality ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-112-2-2 Configuration Comparison of DMC II and DMC III ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1-112-2-3 DMC III Slide in/out Status ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-122-3 Direct Print (Canon Camera Direct Correspondence Printer) ------------------------------------------------------------------1-132-3-1 Direct Print Operation Specifications ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-132-3-2 Calling up the Direct Print Setting Screen -----------------------------------------------------------------------------1-133. Performance and Functions -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-144. System Diagram (Common to all Models) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-245. Overview of Viewfinder / LCD Panel Displays ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-255-1 Camera Mode -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-255-2 VCR Mode ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-325-3 Card/Camera Mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) ------------------------------------------------------------------1-365-4 Card Playback Mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) -----------------------------------------------------------------1-395-5 Menu Display -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-415-6 Card-Related Screen Displays ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-525-7 Direct Print Setting Screen ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-605-8 Print ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-635-9 Warning Displays ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-646. Backing Up Various Data -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-666-1 Backup by Main Power Supply ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-666-2 Backup by Main Power Supply or Backup Power Supply (Lithium Coin Primary Battery) ------------------------------1-666-3 Backup Conditions Related to Switch Operation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-676-3-1 Turning OFF the Power --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-676-3-2 Switching the Power Switch to a Different Position -----------------------------------------------------------------1-686-3-3 Switching Camera Modes/Switching Program AE Modes ----------------------------------------------------------1-697. Other Features --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-707-1 Green Mode ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-707-2 On Screen -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-707-3 Headphones and Speaker ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-717-4 Battery Indicator, Low-Power Warning, and Low-Power Shutoff -------------------------------------------------------------1-717-5 System Data Displays ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-717-6 Data Code Display -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-717-7 MP Tape Support ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-717-8 Confirmation Beep -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-727-9 Using Analog Line Recording (Not available on PAL models) and -----------------------------------------------------------1-73 DV Recording (Not Available on PAL models) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-737-10 Support for Analog Signal I/O Copyright Protection Signals ----------------------------------------------------------------1-747-11 Video ID1 Detection/Output Support --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-747-12 Audio Dubbing ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-757-12-1 Tapes to which Audio Dubbing can be Added -----------------------------------------------------------------------1-757-12-2 Selecting an Audio Dubbing Signal Input Source -------------------------------------------------------------------1-757-12-3 Audio Dubbing Procedure ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-757-12-4 CGMS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-757-13 AV Insert (Not Available on PAL models) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-767-13-1 Tapes Allowing AV Insert ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1-767-13-2 AV Insert Signal Input Source Selection -----------------------------------------------------------------------------1-767-13-3 AV Insert Procedure -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-767-13-4 CGMS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-767-14 Analog/Digital Signal Conversion ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-777-14-1 A/D Signal Conversion Procedure ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-777-14-2 CGMS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-777-15 Multi Switch -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1-77DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-11. Product Overview1-1 Concepts Benefits from efforts to reform the cost structure of the Canon lineup. Deluxe, more stylish design. Retains the superb performance of the DM-MV550i E, DM-MV530i E, DM-MV500i E, DM-MV510 E,DM-MV500 E, DM-MV490 E series while adding multimedia features. More advanced picture quality than the DM-MV550i E, DM-MV530i E, DM-MV500i E, DM-MV510 E,DM-MV500 E, DM-MV490 E Available in three separate models to meet a range of user requirements.1-2 Main Features(1) Compact & Stylish New Stylish Design(2) High Performance Lens 22 optical zoom lens compatible with 1/ 6- inch CCD (DM-MV650i E only)(3) Excellent Picture Quality MACS system for improved picture quality(4) Multimedia Memory card slot, USB terminal (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) Motion- JPEG (DM-MV650i E only) Camera Direct Camera Direct(5) Advanced Specification Advanced accessory shoe (DM-MV650i E only) New Digital Feature(6) All In One 2.5- inch LCD and CVF, terminals on camera bodyMulti MediaCompact & Stylish CamcorderThe DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E ismore stylish than the DM-MV550i E, DM-MV530i E, DM-MV500i E, DM-MV510 E,DM-MV500 E, DM-MV490 E and delivers functions to rival multimedia models.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-21-2-1 Direct Printer CompatibleEasy to connect and easy to print Printing XGA still images stored on a memory card is simple.1-2-2 DV MessengerA peer-to-peer type bidirectional communications software program for linking digital video camcorders and PCs. Allows bidirectional sending of audio or video content and messages (text or images) via the Internet. Basic specifications are compatible with Windows Messenger. Allows control (camera zoom and focus, VCR playback and stop, access to the memory card) of the digital video camcorderfrom a remote PC.Control printer from DVCDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i EXGA-size (1024 768) still images Direct Printer Camera Direct Printer (BJ F890PD) (BJ 895PD) (BJ 535PD)Printer cableIEEE1394IEEE1394InternetDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-31-3 Function and Performance ListSpecifications DM-MV650i E DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 EZoom mag. 22 optical zoom/ 20 optical zoom/ 18 optical zoom/440 digital zoom*1 400 digital zoom*1 360 digital zoom*1CCD 1/6-inch interlaced CCD (total pixels : 800,000)Image stabilization Electronic image stabilizer (motion video effective pixels : 400,000)Monitor 2.5-inch screen, 112,000 pixels LCD monitorEVF 0.33-inch screen, 113,000 pixel color viewfinderAnalog line input *2Memory card function (SD memory card, MultiMediaCard) Card Still images Progressive Photorecording (1024768, 640480)Card motion video Motion JPEG + audio recording (monaural)USB file transfer USB direct print IEEE1394 filetransfer IEEE1394 streamingvideoUSB compatible Accessory shoe (Compatible withadvanced accessory shoe)Auxiliary illumination White LEDfunction (Super Night mode: tape) (Low light + time: card)Illuminated keys (6 colors) Night mode (Super Night mode) Wide attachment lensBP-512 BP-508*1 : Tape mode only*2 : Not applicable to PAL modelsDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-41-4 Function and Performance Comparison ChartItemDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E,DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECameraImage sensing Image size Tape 1/6-inch CCDdevice Card 1/6-inchSystem (filter) Interlacing (color correction filters)Total pixels 800,000 pixelsEffective pixels Tape 400,000 pixelsCard 528,000 pixelsLens Optical zoom Tape DM-MV650i E : 22 2.8 - 61.6 mm (approx. 54 - 1,188 mm)magnification, DM-MV630i E : 20 2.8 - 56 mm (approx. 54 - 1,080 mm)focal length DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E : 18 2.8 - 50.4 mm (approx. 54 - 972 mm)(35mm equivalent) Card DM-MV650i E : 22 2.8 - 61.6 mm (approx. 48 - 1,056 mm)DM-MV630i E : 20 2.8 - 56 mm (approx. 48 - 960 mm)Digital zoom Tape DM-MV650i E : 88 /440 246.4 mm / 1,232 mmmagnification (equivalent to approx. 4,752 mm / 23,760 mm)DM-MV630i E : 80 /400 224 mm / 1,120 mm(equivalent to approx. 4,320 mm / 21,600 mm)DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E : 72 /360 201.6 mm / 1,008 mm(equivalent to approx. 3,888 mm / 19,440 mm)Card NoneSystem Tape CCD readoutCard -----F number DM-MV650i E : F1.6 - 3.6, DM-MV630i E : F1.6 - 3.2,DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E : F1.6 - 2.9Aperture blades 2Zoom speed VariableFilter diameter 30.5mm P0.5Noise reduction Camera Tape Either CCD-NR or Y/C-NRCard NoneChroma-only, median filterRecorder C-NRMinimum Night mode 1.6 lxillumination Low Light mode 3.4 lxAuto mode 14 lxImage Adjustment Tape Electronicstabilization system Card NoneSensing method Angular velocity sensingShooting functionsAE mode Program AE Tape (Full Auto)(Auto, Sports, Portrait, Spotlight, Surf & Snow, Low Light, Night, Super Night (DM-MV650i E only))Card (Full Auto)(Auto, Sports, Portrait, Spotlight, Surf & Snow, Low Light, Low Light+ (DM-MV650i E only))Photometric Center-bottom-weighted average Full Auto, Auto, Sports, Portrait, Low Light, Night, Super Night (DM-system MV650i only)Evaluative photometry + 128 segments (Spotlight mode, Surf & Snow mode (Sand & Snow mode))All area photometryMagnifica-tion,focallength(35mmequivalent)MotionvideoStillimagesDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-5ItemDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E,DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EShooting functionsExposure AE lock adjustment AE shift Supported (after pressing Setting key, adjust using Multi-switch and pressSetting key again) 2 steps(Disabled during Green mode, Spotlight mode, Surf & Snow mode, Night mode, and Super Night mode)Exposure correction Gain setting/sensitivity increase AutoBack light correction Shutter speed High-speed shutter Tape 6 levels(1/50, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, second. (Auto mode))Card Switches upper limit to 1/250 second (included Program AE)Auto Tape 1/50 sec - 1/500 sec.Card 1/25 sec - 1/250 sec.Slow shutter 1/15 sec (Low Light mode, Low Light +), 1/8 sec to 1/60 sec (Nightmode, Super Night mode)Aperture value Auto irisImage quality Color gain adjustment adjustment Hue adjustment (custom preset) Sharpness adjustment Setup adjustment White Balance Auto Preset Outdoor, IndoorSystem TTL, 128 segmentsFocus Mode AF/MF, forced infinityManual focus Multi-switch operation16:9 Recording system Tape Vertical StretchingCard Area marker display Digital fade Tape Motion video Auto Fade, Wipe, Corner Wipe, Jump, Flip, Puzzle, Zigzag, Beam, Tide (executed by pressing the Start/Stop button.)Still Image Card Motion video Still Image Digital effect Tape Motion video/still Image Art, Black & White, Sepia, Mosaic, Ball, Cube, Wave, Color Mask, MirrorCard Motion video/still Image Black & WhiteCard mix Tape Motion video/still Image Card Lumi key, Card Chroma key, Camera Chroma key, AnimationCard Motion video/still Image Multi-screen Tape Motion video/still Image Supported (disabled in Night mode and Super Night mode)Card Motion video/still Image Capture speed 1/50 sec. Manual, Fast (every 4th field), Normal (every 6th field),Shutter speed Slow (every 8 fields)1/12.5 sec. Manual, Fast (every 4 fields), Normal (every 8 fields),Shutter speed Slow (every 12 fields)Motion video Mode Tape Normalshooting Card 320 240 pixels (continuous, approx. 10 seconds), 160 120 pixels (DM-MV650i E only) (continuous, approx. 30 seconds)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-6ItemDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E,DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EShooting functionsStill image Mode Tape Normal (field)Card Progressive (iris shutter) (disabled in Night mode)Single image Tape 6.5 sec.recording time Card Continuous Tape shooting Card Photo button Form Still image only buttonHalf depressed Supported (recording standby only)Still image confirmation Only with card mountedStrobe support (models) Recorded image Frame image (video output is field image)Frame processing Pseudo frame (Low Light mode, Night mode, Super Night (Slow) mode)Negative-positive reversal Video light (For only DM-MV650i E, white LED is provided (turned ON in super-night mode, low-light mode))Zebra pattern Color bar display Selftimer 10 sec./remote control: 2 sec.Interval timer Clear scan Recorded image size/file format VGA: 640(H) 480 (V), XGA: 1024(H) 768(V)/JPEG (DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i E only)Memory card SD memory card, MultiMediaCardREC search REC review Standby switch Power save (after 5 minutes in Recording pause) Power shutoffDisplayed text recording Audio 16-bit 2-channel (48KHz)12-bit 4-channel (32 kHz) Simultaneous 4-channel recording not possibleWind screen ON/OFF switch (built-in microphone only)EVF Size 0.33-inch (TFT color RGB delta arrangement)Pixels 113,000Brightness adjustment Color adjustment Movable Monitor LCD Size 2.5-inchPixels 112,000Brightness adjustment Movable Supports mirror shootingDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-7ItemDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E,DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EVCRPlayback Frame playback Forward/Reversesystem Slow playback Forward/Reverse2X SP playback Forward/Reverse1X SP playback Forward/ReverseCue/review 11.5X speedSearch Photo search Date search Index search Special playback Playback zoom (2X zoom) (Tape playback or card still image playback)effects D. effects Tape Art, Black & White, Sepia, Mosaic, Ball, Cube, Wave, Color Mask, MirrorCard D. fade Tape Auto fade, Wipe, Corner wipe, Jump, Flip, Puzzle, Zig Zag, Beam, TideCard Multi screen 4/9/16 screen (tape only)Data code display Time and Date displayCard Slide show (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Index playback (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)(6-screen playback)Card fast forward/rewind Card jump (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Audio dubbing (Microphone only on PAL models)AV insert Digital (Not applicable to PAL models)Analog (Not applicable to PAL models)Zero set memory Edit function Simple editing Special effects DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-8ItemDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, ZR60 ADM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ESystemInter face Microphone input (terminal) Headphone output DV terminal Input/output (Output only for PAL models)S terminal Input/output (Output only for PAL models)AV terminal Input/output, 3.5mm jack (also serves as headphone terminal)Editing terminal (LANC terminal) USB port (mini-B Receptacle) (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Memory card file transfer (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)DV to Analog signal conversion (Not applicable to PAL models)Direct print (When connected to BJ 535PD or BJ 895PD camera direct printer:DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Border yes/no and number of copies can be set (DPOF compatible)World clock Text titles Speaker Confirmation beep Tally light Remote control cord Supports 1 and 2, Accessory shoe (DM-MV650i E only; supports advanced accessory shoe)Video ID (ID2) (NTSC only)Recording modes SP,LPIlluminated keys (6 colors: DM-MV650i E only)Custom key Index Screen key (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Card mix key (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Slideshow key (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)DV control Internal battery charging Backup power Lithium coin battery (CR1616)Battery pack power BP-500 series lithium ion batteryDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-9 External ViewFig. 1-1DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-102. Technical Explanation2-1 Design2-1-1 ConceptThe design of the DM-MV550i E, DM-MV530i E, DM-MV500i E, DM-MV510 E, DM-MV500 E, DM-MV490 E hasbeen further refined with the introduction of a more stream-lined surface.The popular layout of the DM-MV550i E, DM-MV530i E, DM-MV500i E, DM-MV510 E, DM-MV500 E, DM-MV490 E hasbeen retained.The MENU buttons have been moved out of the LCD to im-prove ease of use.Independently illuminated keys are used (DM-MV650i E) andthe feel of the colored clear keys enhanced (both DM-MV630i Eand DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E).The front terminal cover is now finished with metallic paint on allmodels (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, and DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E) for a more deluxe look.2-1-2 VariationChampagne metallic(same as DM-MV550i E)Illuminated keys(with white LEDs) EVF: Silver (paint)DM-MV650i E DM-MV630i EDM-FV600i E/DM-MV600 E / DM-MV590 EBlue clear keys EVF: Silver (paint)(20x zoom)Blue clear keys EVF: Gray(color of molded plastic)(18x zoom)Blue metallic (same as DM-MV5i MC E)Dark blue metallic (new color)Cover L: Silver (paint) Cover L: Gray (color of molded plastic) Cover L: Gray (color of molded plastic)(22x zoom)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-112-2 DMC III Digital Mechanism Chassis2-2-1 Improved QualityThe DMC I and DMC II digital mechanism chassis, which formed the core of previous Canon camcorder models, were developed in1997 and 1999, respectively. They helped make those camcorders more compact. In particular, as the excellent image quality andreliability of Canon camcorders has come to be highly evaluated by the marketplace in recent years, the number of units manufacturedhas been increasing substantially. The DMC III digital mechanism chassis was developed with the aims of further improving reliability,by drastically reducing the number of component parts, and also enhancing quality. At the same times, the developers worked to reducethe cassette loading time and improve ease of operation.2-2-2 Configuration Comparison of DMC II and DMC IIIDigital mechanism chassisDMC III DMC IIperiod October 2002 January 2000Drum diameter 21.7mm 21.7mmSlide Size Depth 56mm 56mmWidth 72mm 72mmHeight 23.7mm 22.2mmVolume 95cc 89ccWeight 100g 100gNumber of parts 194 272FF/REW speed 30x 30x56mm72mm56mm72mm22.2mm23.7mmDMC III DMC IIDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-122-2-3 DMC III Slide in/out Status23.7mm39.4mm56mm 73mmSlide in status Slide out statusDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-132-3 Direct Print (Canon Camera Direct Correspondence Printer) By connecting the Canon BJ F890PD or BJ 895PD or BJ 535PD camera direct correspondence printer to the product (DM-MV650i E),the user can print still images stored on an SD memory card or MultiMediaCard without using a PC. Note: This function is not compatible with the CP-100 or CP-10 card photo printer.2-3-1 Direct Print Operation Specifications2-3-2 Calling up the Direct Print Setting Screen(1) The camcorder must be in the Card Playback mode with the BJ 895PD connected andthe BJ 895PD powered on.In the upper left-hand corner of the screen two icons marked Print and Settings aredisplayed. If a memory card with images stored on it is mounted in the camcorder, thelast image recorded is displayed on the screen.(2) Press the Setting switch.The camcorder switches to the Direct Print mode.Turn the Multi switch to select Print, Cancel, No. of Copies, or Style (Border or NoBorder) and specify the setting for the desired item. (Refer to page 60 for details ofthe screen.)The direct print setting specifications are basically the same as those for a digitalcamera.However, the card image advance item on the setting screen is unique to video cam-eras, and the Advance button works at all times except when an image displayed inreduced size is in the process of being printed.Other(1) The image larger than 160 120 dots and smaller than 2024 1536 dots can be printed. However, the file larger than 2MB cannotbe printed.(2) Animation image cannot be printed.L SizeBorderlessStyleCopiesOK CancelCompatible printers BJ F890PD/BJ 895PD/BJ 535PDFunctions1 image Partial image Border yes/no Date yes/no Number of copies DPOF specified printing Index printing Trimming Operation keysChange button focus Multi switch (up-down)Confirmation button Setting buttonCard image advance Card image advance + and - buttonsDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-143. Performance and FunctionsDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 Type VTR- integrated camera2 Recording system Rotating two- head helical scan azimuth recordingConsumer electronics digital DVC (SD specs)Complies with PAL system (625 lines, 60 fields)2-1 Video signal recording system Digital component recording.R-Y, B-Y = 6.75MHzQuantized bits 8bits2-2 Audio signal recording system PCM digital recording.16-bit, 48KHz 2 ch (Stereo 1)12-bit, 32KHz 4 ch (Stereo 1 and 2)2-3 Tracking 2-frequency pilot system2-4 Tape speed Approx. 18.83mm/second. (in SP mode)Approx. 12.57mm/second. (in LP mode)2-5 Head drumDrum diameter 21.7mmRpms 9000/ 1.001 rotations/ minuteHeads Video heads: 23 Recording/ playback time 80 minutes maximum (in SP mode)120 minutes maximum (in LP mode)Continuous recording time using battery/ actual recording timeDM-MV650i E BP-508 Approx. --- minutes/ --- minutes (using CVF), Approx. --- minutes/ --- minutes (using LCD)BP-512 Approx. 180 minutes/ 95 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 140 minutes/ 75 minutes (using LCD)BP-522 Approx. 370 minutes/195 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 295 minutes/155 minutes (using LCD)BP-535 Approx. 590 minutes/315 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 470 minutes/250 minutes (using LCD)DM-MV630i E BP-508 Approx. 100 minutes/ 55 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 75 minutes/ 40 minutes (using LCD)BP-512 Approx. 180 minutes/ 95 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 140 minutes/ 75 minutes (using LCD)BP-522 Approx. 370 minutes/195 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 295 minutes/155 minutes (using LCD)BP-535 Approx. 590 minutes/315 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 470 minutes/250 minutes (using LCD)DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EBP-508 Approx. 100 minutes/ 55 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 75 minutes/ 40 minutes (using LCD)BP-512 Approx. 180 minutes/ 95 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 140 minutes/ 75 minutes (using LCD)BP-522 Approx. 370 minutes/195 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 295 minutes/155 minutes (using LCD)BP-535 Approx. 590 minutes/315 minutes (using CVF), Approx. 470 minutes/250 minutes (using LCD)4 Cassette tape specifications Mini DVC specs4-1 Tape type Vapor- deposited metal tape4-2 Tape width 6.35mm Vapor- deposited metal tape4-3 Tape thickness 7m5 Camera5-1 Image sensing device 1/ 6- inch interlaced CCD5-1-1 PixelsTotal pixels Approx. 800,000Actual effective pixels Approx. 400,000 (tape)Approx. 528,000 (card)5-1-2 Filter Color correction filter5-1-3 Color separation system Differential read out5-1-4 Signal configuration PAL standard color TV signal5-1-5 Scanning system 625 lines 50 fields / 25 frames5-1-6 Minimum subject illuminationAuto mode Approx. 14 lxLow light mode Approx. 3.4 lxNight mode Approx. 1.6 lx5-1-7 Subject illumination range Approx. 1.6 lx to approx. 100,000 lxDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-155-2 Photo lens5-2-1 Nominal focal lengthTape recording DM-MV650i E 2.8 to 61.6 mm 22x zoom (35 mm equivalent: 54 to 1,188 mm)DM-MV630i E 2.8 to 56 mm 20x zoom (35 mm equivalent: 54 to 1, 080 mm)DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E2.8 to 50.4 mm 18x zoom (35 mm equivalent: 54 to 972 mm)Card recording DM-MV650i E 2.8 to 61.6 mm 22x zoom (35 mm equivalent: 48 to 1,056 mm)DM-MV630i E 2. 8 to 56 mm 20x zoom (35 mm equivalent: 48 to 960 mm)DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E (Card recording not supported)5-2-2 Nominal aperture ratioDM-MV650i E 1 : 1.6 (F3.6 on tele end)DM-MV630i E 1 : 1.6 (F3.2 on tele end)DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E 1 : 1.6 (F2.9 on tele end)5-2-3 Lens configuration 11 elements in 8 groups, using one two- sided aspheric lens5-2-4 Focus adjustment Inner focus type, manually adjustable (adjusted by rotating multi- dial)5-2-5 Minimum object distance 10 mm (AF linked; wide end), 1 m for full zoom area (from lens tip)5-2-6 Power zoom Multi- level variable- speed power zoom, slide lever system. The zoom speed can be changeddepending on the shift amount of the slide lever.Using optical zoom Approx. 2.1 seconds to approx. 23 seconds (Using tape)Approx. 1.9 seconds to approx. 20 seconds (Using card)Using electronic zoom Approx. 3.6 seconds to approx. 26 seconds (Using tape)Approx. 2.5 seconds to approx. 22 seconds (Using card)Manual zooming cannot be used (no zoom ring)5-2-7 Focal length display None. There is a simple zoom display in the viewfinder.5-2-8 Macro mechanism Wide end macro5-2-9 Macro shooting distance 10 mm (from lens front)5-2-10 Filter diameter 30.5 mm P0.55-2-11 Accessory lens, filter Can use WD- 30.5, TL- 30.6, FS- 30.5U, or WA- 30.5 (WA- 30.5 is supplied with DM-MV650i Emodel only.)5-2-12 Lens hood None5-2-13 Lens cap Included; Screw-on type5-3 Digital zoom (tape recording only)DM-MV650i E To 88x (approx. 246.4 mm (35 mm equivalent: 4,752 mm)), to 440x (approx. 1,232 mm (35 mmequivalent: 23,760 mm))DM-MV630i E To 80x (approx. 224 mm (35 mm equivalent: 4,320 mm)), to 400x (approx. 1,120 mm (35 mmequivalent: 21,600 mm))DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E To 72x (approx. 201.6 mm (35 mm equivalent: 3,888 mm)), to 360x (approx. 1,008 mm (35 mmequivalent: 19,440 mm))5-4 Image stabilization function Included (using tape only)5-4-1 System Electronic image stabilizer5-4-2 Shaking sensing system Angular velocity sensing (using piezoelectric vibration sensor)5-5 Shooting modes Motion Video mode, Photo mode (tape and card recording (card recording on DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i E only))5-5-1 Tape shooting mode Normal motion video mode (Start and Stop button operation: interlaced scanning) or still imagemode (Photo button operation: field still)Photo mode Still image recording (frame recording; field recording during Card Mix in motion video mode)for approx. 6.5 secondsHalf- push lock display ( ) for photo button in viewfinder: Displayed in green when AF islocked.5-5-2 Card recording (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)When the Photo button is operated in Card Recording mode, Progressive Photo images can besaved as still images onto a MultiMedia Card or SD (Secure Digital) memory card.Motion video and audio can be recorded on memory card by operating Start/ Stop button (DM-MV650i E only).Recording format DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) compliantImage compression format JPEG format (Motion JPEG for motion video), switchable compression ratio (irreversible) (Su-per Fine, Fine, Standard), refer to section on memory card system (page 1-20)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-165-6 Exposure control5-6-1 AE functionProgram AE Full Auto mode, Auto mode, Sports mode, Portrait mode, Spotlight mode, Surf (Sand) & Snowmode, Low Light mode, Low Light + mode (DM-MV650i E: Card and Camera modes only),Night mode, Super Night mode (Super Night mode is DM-MV650i E only)5-6-2 Photometric system Center- bottom- weighted average :Full Auto mode, Auto mode, Sports mode, Portrait mode, Low Lightmode, Low Light + mode (DM-MV650i E: Card and Camera modesonly), Night mode, Super Night mode (DM-MV650i E only)Whole area average photometry + 128- segment evaluative photometry :Spotlight mode, Surf (Sand) & Snow modeScreen segments 128 segments (16H 8V)5-6-3 Exposure correction functionAE shift AE shift is performed by pressing the AE Shift button. After AE shift, the AE level can becorrected using the multi- dial (except in Full Auto mode, Spotlight mode, Surf & Snow mode(Sand & Snow mode), Night mode or Super Night mode).AE Shift amount 7 levels( 2.0, 1.5, 1.25, 1.0, 0. 75, 0.5, 0. 25, 0, +0.25, +0.5, +0.75, +1.0, +1.25,+1.5, +2.0).Indicated by a number (AE 0) in the viewfinder.5-6-4 Electronic shutterHigh-speed shutter 1/ 50 second, 1/ 120 second, 1/ 250 second, 1/ 500 second, 1/ 1000 second, 1/ 2000 second (canbe selected in Auto mode)Up to 1/ 250 second in Card mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E models)When image stabilizer is ON: 1/ 100 secondWhen image stabilizer is OFF: 1/ 50 secondLow-speed shutter 1/ 12.5 second (Low Light mode, Low Light + mode: constant speed)1/ 50 second to 1/ 6 second (Night mode, Super Night mode)(1/ 6 second to 1/ 500 second automatic setting in Night mode and Super Night mode (DM-MV650i E only))5-7 AF (Autofocus)5-7-1 System TTLvideo signal sensing AF5-7-2 AF range finding area Screen center5-7-3 Range finding window display None.5-7-4 AF operating range 10 mm to infinite (at wide end); 1 m to infinite in full zoom area (from lens front)5-7-5 AF operating illumination range 50 lx - 100,000 lx5-7-6 AF mode switching Continuous AF/ manual focus/ infinity focus. AF can be turned ON/ OFF (by pressing Focusbutton) except in Full Auto mode.Manual focus During manual focus (AF OFF), the (MF) display appears in the viewfinder.Infinity focus The shooting distance can be forced to infinity by holding down the side of the Multi- switchin the manual focus mode.5-8 Viewfinder 0.33- inch screen, color LCD (approx. 113,000 pixels), ON when LCD monitor is closed (panelfacing inwards) and during mirror shooting5-8-1 Rotation Possible (70 upward to support low- angle shooting)5-8-2 Removal of eyepiece Possible5-8-3 Diopter movement range +1.0 to 5.0 diopter (when eye is at eyepiece)5-8-4 Lens configuration Two elements in two groupsDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-175-9 LCD panel 2.5- inch screen, color LCD, approx. 112,000 pixels (480 (H) 234 (V)) TFT active matrix drive.RGB delta arrangement; ON except when monitor is closed (panel facing inwards)5-9-1 Angle adjustment Possible; monitoring is possible for high- angle, low- angle, and during mirror shooting.5-9-2 Information display Color display of operating mode, simple zoom position, remaining battery charge, remainingtape, data code, warnings and other indications. Information display is not provided during mir-ror shooting.Relationship between LCD monitor and viewfinder (CVF)*1 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only*2 : Can be set to Mirror mode through menu selection.*3 : During Mirror mode, the screen display is flipped left- right (AE shift, window screen, 16:9, card mix, fader, effect,shutter speed, date and time display) or does not appear ( / card image quality, and recording size only).Card Recording mode: No card , Card Present and Access Indicator DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-185-12 Built-in microphone Stereo (using electret condenser microphone)Stereo provided by 2 nondirectional microphones and electric circuit5-12-1 Wind screen function Provided, with ON/OFF switch (selected by menu; built-in microphone only)5-13 Other additional functions5-13-1 Time code Time code Displays recording time (0:00:00 to 7:59:59) and records in sub-code area.5-13-2 Data code Though not displayed during recording, the date and camera information during recording areautomatically recorded and can be displayed during playback.Time and date Automatic calendar range: January 1, 2003 through December 31, 2030 (the initial setting isJanuary 1, 2003)World clock capability (select the name of your destination city and the date and time are auto-matically adjusted to the local date and time); supports daylight savings time.During playback, time can be displayed in three different modes (date only, time and date, ortime only). (Time and date can be displayed for January 1, 1990 through December 31, 2089.)Camera data Shutter speed and aperture value information are recorded (but not displayed during recording),and can be displayed during playback.5-13-3 Accessory shoe Included (advanced accessory shoe: DM-MV650i E only).5-13-4 REC Search mechanism Included. Tape can be played (forward or reverse) by pressing the REC Search button whilecamera recording is paused. (When REC Search ends, the camera recording is paused again.)5-13-5 REC Review function Included. Accessed by operating the Recording Check button when camera recording is paused.5-13-6 Zero Set Memory Included. This function allows you to rewind or fast- forward the tape to the position where theWL- D79/ WL- D80 Zero Set Memory key is pressed (the counter value is set to 0: 00: 00).(During recording, only zero setting is allowed. This function can be used in Playback mode.)5-13-7 Remote control reception ON/ OFF Possible. This can be done in Camera mode and VCR mode (through menu selection).5-13-8 Headphone volume adjustment Possible. Can be adjusted using the multi- switch.6 Recorder6-1 Recording functions Camera shooting and recording, DV input recording*, analog input recording* (* : iPAL only)6-1-1 Recording format Consumer electronics digital DVC (SD specs)6-1-2 Tape speed SD spec Approx. 18.81 mm/ second (in SP mode) , Approx. 12.56 mm/ second (in LP mode)6-1-3 DV input recording Complies with IEEE1394.Records video/ audio signals from a digital video camera connected through a DV cable.6-1-4 Analog input recording Records analog video/ audio signals using an S Video terminal and AV terminal. (iPAL only)6-1-5 Priority of terminals during recording DV terminal > S Video terminal > AV terminal (iPAL only)6-2 Insert Recording Possible. (iPAL only)6-2-1 Insert-capable tape Only tapes with SP recording can be used in Insert Recording.6-3 Audio Dubbing Recording Possible.6-3-1 Audio Dubbing- capable tapes Only tapes with 12- bit/ SP recording (other than 4- channel simultaneous recording) can be usedin Audio Dubbing Recording.6-3-2 Audio dubbing signal input Audio signal from LINE (AV terminal) or microphone (external > internal).6-3-3 Switching To Audio Dubbing Switch by pressing the Audio Dubbing button on the remote control during Playback Pause.6-4 Playback functions Standard Playback and Superb Playback6-4-1 Standard Playbacka. Video Video recorded in SP and LP modesb. Audio 16-bit Supports the following sampling frequencies: 48 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 32 kHz.12-bit Sampling frequency: 32 kHzStereo 1, Stereo 2, or mixed playback of Stereo 1 and Stereo 2 (variable mix ratio)6-4-2 Superb Playback Plays video onlya. Still image playback Pure frame playbackb. Fast-forward playback Approx. 11.5 speed.c. Rewind playback Approx. 11.5 speed.d. Frame playback Forward/reverse frame feedinge. Slow playback Forward/reverse 1/3 speedf. 1 SP playback Forward/reverse 1 speedg. 2 SP playback Forward/reverse 2 speedh. Edit search Forward/reverse 1 speed6-5 Tape fast-forward/rewind time Approx. 2 minutes. 20 seconds. (using 60-minute tape)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-196-6 Input signals6-6-1 DV terminal SD format signals complying with IEEE1394 AV/ C protocol (iPAL only)6-6-2 AV terminal (iPAL only)a. Video signals PAL standard color video signalsImpedance 75 Signal level 1Vp-p (composite)b. Audio signalsSignal type Stereo audio signalsImpedance 40 K or higherSignal level 10dBv6-6-3 S Video terminal (iPAL only)Signal configuration PAL Y/C separated video signalImpedance 75 Signal level 0.3Vp-p (color burst signal)6-6-4 Microphone terminalImpedance 5 K or higherLevel 57dBv (using 600 microphone)6-6-5 USB port (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Conforms to USB 1.1.6-7 Output signals6-7-1 DV terminal Complies with IEEE1394 AV/ C protocol6-7-2 AV terminala. Video signalsSignal configuration PAL standard color video signalsOutput impedance 75 Output signal level 1Vp-p (composite)Horizontal resolution Self re-recording Approx. 430 TV lines (screen center) Camera EE out Approx. 430 TV lines (screen center)Catalog value: Approx. 430 TV lines (screen center)b. Audio signalsSignal type Stereo audio signalsOutput impedance 3 K or lessOutput signal level 10dBv (with 47 K load)Frequency characteristic 80 Hz to 12 kHz (1 kHz reference 10 dB range)Audio signal S/N For microphone input 48dB or higher For external microphone input 48dB or higher6-7-3 S-video terminalSignal configuration PAL Y/C separated video signalVideo signal 1Vp- p (brightness + synchronization signal)Color signal 0.3Vp- p (color burst signal)Brightness signal S/N 45dB or higherHorizontal resolutionSelf re-recording Conforms to camera EEoutCamera EE out Approx. 430 TV lines (screen center)Catalog value: Approx. 400 TV lines (screen center)6-7-4 Headphone terminal Also serves as AV I/ O terminal (switched through menu screen)Output impedance 47Output signal level 25dBv (with 16 load at maximum volume)6-7-5 USB port (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Supports USB 1.1.Compatible computer systems Windows systems : IBM-compatible PC/ ATs, NEC PC98- NX SeriesMacintosh systems : Power Macintosh, PowerBook, iMac, iBookComputer operating system Windows systems : Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XPMacintosh systems : Mac OS 8. 6 to XDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-206-8 Memory card system (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)6-8-1 Types of memory cards used SD memory card, Multimedia card.6-8-2 Recordable image types and image qualityCamera Card mode Camera still images can be recorded by pressing the Photo button, and motion video can berecorded by operating the Start/ Stop button. (DM-MV650i E only)The Digital Effects function or Multi- screen function can be used.VCR card mode Still images can be recorded by pressing the Photo button (depress halfway to display still image,depress fully to record) during tape playback, and motion video can be recorded by operating theStart/ Stop button (approx. 10 seconds at 320 240 pixels and approx. 30 seconds at 160 120pixels, 15 frames/ second). (DM-MV650i E only)Also, DV input still images (no tape loaded or tape stopped) can be recorded by pressing thePhoto button (depress halfway to display DV input still image, depress fully to record), andmotion video (15 frames/ second) can be recorded by operating the Start/ Stop button.Quality of still images recorded from tape or DV input to card6-8-3 File names/folder names The following folder names and file names are used for images saved to memory card afterformatting using the Format menu, based on DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) rules,still image (Exif 2.2) file management specifications, and DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)file management specifications.Card volume label CANON DVHere, xxx stands for folder number, yyyy for file number, and z for letter from A to Z.* Corresponds to motion video file with same file number.DCF folder and file namd //DCIM/xxxCANON/AUT_yyyy.JPG xxx : Folder No., yyyy : File No.File number Files are managed internally in the format Folder NumberFile Number.Photographed images are assigned file numbers between 0001 and 9900, and 100 image files arestored per folder.Individual folders are assigned numbers from 100 to 998 (but the numbers 199, 299, 399, 499,599, 699, 799, and 899 are not used).Relationship between folder numbers and file numbersPhotographed images start with the number 101-0101, and as a basic rule are numbered so as tobe greater than the Directory NumberFile Number of files residing on a Memory card.Source Recording mode Image recorded on card Tape photo recording using DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E NTSC/ PAL models Progressive Frame images Motion video recording NTSC/ PAL models Simple pure frame images DV input NTSC/ PAL models Simple pure frame images Line input NTSC/ PAL models Simple pure frame images File types Compression format Folder name and file name Still image (Exif) file JPEG //DCIM/xxxCANON/IMG_yyyy.JPG Movie video file Motion JPEG //DCIM/xxxCANON/MVI_yyyy.JPG Motion video thumbnail file * JPEG //DCIM/xxxCANON/MVI_yyyy.THM Photo stitch JPEG //DCIM/xxxCANON/STz_yyyy.JPG Zoom browser JPEG //DCIM/xxxCANON/AUT_yyyy.JPG DPOF file TEXT //MISC/AUTPRINT.MRK Work file TEXT //DCIM/CANONMSC/xxx.tmp Folder numbers File numbers Stored files 100 0001 0002 0003 0099 0100 Sample images included at time of shipping 101 0101 0102 0103 0199 0200 102 0201 0202 0203 0299 0300 198 9801 9802 9803 9899 9900 200 0001 0002 0003 0099 0100 998 9801 9802 9803 9899 9900 Photographed image recording area DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-216-8-4 Still image recorded image size VGA 640(H) 480(V) pixelsNumber of recorded still images (SDC-8M)Super Fine mode 35 (file size per image: approx. 175 kb)Fine mode 52 (file size per image: approx. 120 kb)Standard mode 86 (file size per image: approx. 65 kb)6-8-5 Motion video recorded image size PAL 320(H) 240(V) pixels, 160(H) 120(V) pixels 12.5 frame/secondContinuous recording timePer shot Approx. 10 seconds (Approx. 1.7MB), Approx. 30 second (Approx. 2.7MB)Per size second Approx. 170KB, Approx. 90KB6-8-6 Card format Cards should be formatted using the format command in the camcorder's menu. Cards formattedon a PC cannot be guaranteed to function properly as they may malfunction depending on theoperating system.6-8-7 Stitch Assist function This is an effective way to combine (stitch together) photographed images to create a pan-oramic image, using a computer. (The supplied PhotoStitch program is used to combine imageson the users computer.) The stitch process works by finding the common portions of images thatadjoin each other, so the user should frame images in such a way that the common portionscontain a distinctive subject (a subject that serves as a landmark). The common portions in eachimage should constitute between 30% and 50% of the frame width. Also, unevenness at the topand bottom should not exceed 10% of the frame height.6-9 Digital feature playback functions The following modes are provided: Fader, Effect, Multi-screen. Can be executed once when Fader mode is displayed in conjunction with pressing the / button (the mode display disappears when Fader ends). Effects : Effects are sustained until this function is turned off. Multi-screen : A number of images, equal to the number of screen windows, are captured anddisplayed manually or each time a fixed time passes. The display remains untilthis function is turned off.6-9-1 Fader Audio synchronized FaderAs in Photo mode, Auto Fade (Japanese models: White Fade; overseas models: Black Fade),Wipe, Corner Wipe, Jump, Flip, Puzzle, Zigzag, Beam, TideFade time Approx. 4 seconds6-9-2 Effects As in Photo mode, Art, Black and White, Sepia,Mosaic, Ball, Cube, Wave, Color Mask, Mirror(Black and White only in card recording mode)The effects function is toggled ON/OFF by pressing the D. Effect button.6-9-3 Multi-screenNumber of screens 4 (2 2), 9 (3 3), 16 (4 4)Operating modes Manual, Fast (every 4 frames), Normal (every 6 frames), Slow (every 8 frames)6-9-4 Card mix Cannot be used.6-9-5 Availability in operation modes Playback (VCR/tape) Card playback (VCR/card (ZR70 MC A, ZR65 MC A only)) Fader Effects Multi-screen Card Mix (ZR70 MC A, ZR65 MC A only) DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-226-10 Direct print (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)After connecting the camcorder to the BJ 535PD or BJ 895PD camera direct printer using theDIF-100 direct interface cable supplied with the printer, the user can easily print out still imagesstored on a memory card. Compatible with DPOF printer settings (image and number of copies).6-10-1 Printable images On the DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, still image files stored on an SD memory card orMultiMediaCard only.6-10-2 Print format Single-image printing. Printing of index sheets is not supported. Supported paper sizes are L,LL, postcard, A4, and card. Refer to the specifications of the BJ 535PD or BJ 895 PD printer forinformation on compatible paper sizes.6-10-3 Trimming Not supported.6-10-4 Date stamp Not supported.6-10-5 Number of copies printed Can be specified between 1 and 99.6-11 Other functions6-11-1 Consecutive shooting mechanism Can be used starting in Recording Pause or Stop mode, or starting with the power off. This doesnot apply to cases where the cassette has been removed.6-11-2 Automatic stop function This function is activated in the following cases: When forward still image playback is continued for approx. 5 minutes, or reverse still imageplayback is continued for approx. 5minutes When a condensation warning is displayed When the tape end or beginning is reached6-11-3 Automatic power-off mechanismCamera tape mode After recording has been paused continuously for approximately 5 minutes. When the batteryvoltage drops below the specified value.Camera card mode After a period of approximately 5 minutes elapses with the card inserted. When the batteryvoltage drops below the specified value.6-11-4 Time code Automatically written during recording. Time code values range from 0:00:00:00 to 7:59:59:24(hours:minutes:seconds:frames).6-11-5 Photo search This function searches for images shot in Photo mode.Forward/reverse photo search (use the , keys on the remote control after selecting PhotoSearch with the remote control Search Select key)Values can be entered in a range of up to the 10th photo from the current position.6-11-6 Date search If there is more than one recording date, this function cue up to the position where the datechanges.Forward/reverse date search (use the , keys on the remote control after selecting DateSearch with the remote control Search Select key)Values can be entered in a range of up to the 10th photo from the current position.6-11-7 World clock display After setting a reference city (the city where the clock's time is set), when you take a picture,select the name of the city where you are shooting. The date and time will be automaticallychanged to the local date and time, and recorded in the data code.6-11-8 Speaker Built-in speaker. with volume adjustment6-11-9 File transfer (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)When the USB port on the PC and the USB port on the camcorder are connected using theincluded interface cable (IFC-300PCU), still images (JPEG files) and motion video (MotionJPEG files) recorded on the memory card can be transferred to the PC.If the "ZoomBrowser" program (for Windows) or "ImageBrowser" program (for Macintosh) onthe included Digital Video Solution Disk is installed on the PC in advance, you can transfer thedesired images to the PC while viewing thumbnails of the still images recorded on the memorycard.6-11-10 A/D conversion (not applicable to PAL models)This function performs real-time conversion of analog AV signals input to the AV terminal intodigital DV signals and outputs them through the DV terminal.When an 8 mm video player or VHS video player is connected with the camcorder using an AVcable, and the camcorder is connected to a PC using a DV cable, playback images can be trans-ferred from the 8 mm tape or VHS tape to the PC. (Under the VCR settings on the VCR menuscreen, set "AV input DV Output" to ON.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-236-11-11 Playback zoom When viewing images recorded on tape or card (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only,still im-ages only), moving the Zoom lever to the Telephoto side causes the image being displayed toappear at 2x magnification. Moving the Zoom lever back to the Wide side causes the image to bedisplayed at its original (unmagnified) size.When viewing an enlarged image, the Multi-dial can be used to change the portion of the imagethat is displayed. (In LCD monitor, a frame indicating the magnified portion is displayed alongwith and indications showing the directions in which movement is possible using theMulti-dial.) To toggle between up-down and left-right movement, the user presses the Multi-dial. (The default setting when switching to 2x magnification is left-right movement.)6-11-12 Battery charge function By connecting to Canon compact power adapter CA-570, the battery pack installed at the batterypack installing section can be charged. (When charging is performed, the charge lamp flashes (1-flash for the charged amount ranged from 0% to approx. 75%; 2-flash for the charged amountranged from 75% to 95%) or lights up (at full charge, that is, 95% or more.)Charging time BP-508: Approx. 110 min., BP-511/512: Approx. 120 min.,(with power supply switch OFF) BP-522: Approx. 210 min., BP-535: Approx. 310 min.7 Terminals and ports7-1 DV terminal Special 4-pin connector (IEEE1394 compatible); input and output (Output only on PAL models)7-2 S-video terminal 4-pin mini-DIN, input and output (Output only on PAL models)7-3 AV (Video/audio) terminal 3.5mm, 4-pole pin jack (yellow); input and output (Output only on PAL models)also serves as headphone terminal7-4 External microphone input terminal 3.5mm stereo mini jack7-5 Headphone terminal 3.5mm stereo mini jack (also serves as AV terminal)7-6 Memory card connection terminal Special multi-pin (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)7-7 Battery terminal Special 3-pin7-8 DC IN terminal 3.4mm jack7-9 USB port 5-pin (mini-B Receptacle; DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)8 Power supply8-1 Input power 7.4V DC (battery pack), 8.4V DC (DC IN).8-2 Power consumption DM-MV650i E During shooting : Approx. 2.9 W (using CVF); approx. 3.8 W (using LCD monitor)During playback : Approx. 4.2 W (using LCD monitor)DM-MV630i E During shooting : Approx. 2.9 W (using CVF); approx. 3.8 W (using LCD monitor)During playback : Approx. 4.2 W (using LCD monitor)DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E During shooting : Approx. 2.9 W (using CVF); approx. 3.8 W (using LCD monitor)During playback : Approx. 4.2 W (using LCD monitor)9 Dimensions (W H D) Approx. 58 103 147 mm (approx. 2.3 in 4.1 5.8 in) (excluding small projections)10 Weight10-1 Camcorder alone DM-MV650i E Approx. 525 g (approx. 1.2 lb)DM-MV630i E Approx. 520 g (approx. 1.1 lb)DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E Approx. 520 g (approx. 1.1 lb)10-2 Total equipped weight DM-MV650i E Approx. 625 g (approx. 1.4 lb) *1DM-MV630i E Approx. 610 g (approx. 1.3 lb) *2DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E Approx. 610 g (approx. 1.3 lb) *3*1 : (including BP-512, DVM-E30, lens cap, coin-type lithium battery, SDC-8M, grip belt)*2 : (including BP-508, DVM-E30, lens cap, coin-type lithium battery, SDC-8M, grip belt)*3 : (including BP-508, DVM-E30, lens cap, coin-type lithium battery, grip belt)11 Temperature and humidity requirements11-1 Temperature and humidity requirements for performance 0C to 40C, maximum 85% relative humidity11-2 Temperature and humidity requirements for operation5C to 45C, maximum 65% relative humidityDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-244. System Diagram (Common to all Models)Fig. 1-2MV650i MV630iMultiMediaCardIFC-300PCU USB CablePC Card AdapterUSB Reader/WriterFD AdapterVL-10Li BatteryVideo LightStereo Microphone (commercially WL-D80 Wireless Controller WL-D79 Wireless ControllerMiniDV VideoCassetteCG-570 Battery ChargerCA-570 Compact Power AdapterTVVCRSC-1000 Soft S-150 S-video CableBP-500 Series Battery PackCB-570Car Battery CableComputerCV-150F/CV-250FDV CableBP-500 Series Battery PackSTV-250N PC-A10 SCARTAdapter WA-30.5Wide AttachmentFS-30.5U Filter SetVL-3 Video LightDM-50 DirectionalStereo MicrophoneSS-800 Shoulder StrapWS-20 Wrist StrapMV650iMV650i MV630iMV600i MV600MV650iMV650iWD-30.5Wide- converterTL-30.5Tele- converterBP-900 Series Battery Pack*available)Carrying CaseBubble Jet Printer with direct print functionSD Memory CardDigital DeviceStereoVideo CableDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-25MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCamera modeZoom display(displayed for approx. four seconds after zooming)Optical zooming W T88 digital zooming W T For DM-MV630i E at 80and DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E at 72440 digital zooming W T For DM-MV630i E at 400and DM-MV600i E, 600 E, 590 E at 360Zooming stopped W TZoominging to tele end W TZoominging to wide end W TImage stabilizer displayThe image stabilizer is ONThe image stabilizer is OFF No displayRecording mode displaySD mode During SP recordingDuring LP recordingOperation mode display During mirror shooting mirror mode (LCD)Recording Red displayRecord pause Green displayPlayback is stopped Green displayCassette is ejected Green display+ REC search Green display REC search Green display5. Overview of Viewfinder / LCD Panel Displays5-1 Camera ModeDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-26MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSProgram AE mode displayFull Auto mode is selectedAuto mode is selectedSports mode is selectedPortrait mode is selectedSpotlight mode is selectedSurf & snow mode is selectedLow light mode is selectedNight mode is selectedSuper Night mode is selected DM-MV650i E onlyProgram AE mode menuSuper Night mode is for DM-MV650i E only.Tape counter displayTime code display Not enteredZero Set Memory MMMNot entered MAE shift displayMinimum exposure value When standard value is set Maximum exposure valueDuring AE No displayDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-27MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSTimer displayRemaining tape displayAt end of tapeNot enteredTape warning display Flashes redOther No displayFocus mode displayAF OFFInfinity focusAF ON No displaySelf timer displaySelf timer standbyTimer operating Other No displayBattery power display Approx. 75% remaining. Approx. 50% remaining. Approx. 25% remaining. Approx. 0% remaining. Flashes redPower adapter is connected No displayDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-28MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSShutter speed display1/60 sec.1/100 sec.1/250 sec.1/500 sec.1/1000 sec.1/2000 sec.Auto No displayWhite balance displaySetIndoor presetOutdoor presetAuto No displayCondensation warning displayRemote sensor code displayCode 1 settingCode 2 settingSensor OFFHeadphone volume adjustment displayVolume OFFCard mix display(For DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-29MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSDigital feature displayFade TiggerWipe (horizontal)Corner WipeJumpFlipPuzzleZigzagBeamTideArtBlack and WhiteSepiaMosaicBallCubeWaveColor MaskMirrorMulti-screenFeature OFF No displayDigital feature menuDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-30OFFIn Fader SelectionIn Effect SelectionIn Multi Screen Selection In Multi Screen Speed SelectionIn Multi Screen Count SelectionDigital Feature selectionPress the D.E. SEL button in Camera mode, VCR mode, or Card Recording mode.The line where the cursor is located in the menu is surrounded with a turquoise frame.The previously selected items and the corresponding settings are shown in yellow.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-31MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSWind screen displayWind screen ON ONWind screen OFF No displayTime and date displayWhen time and date are not setAudio mode display16-bit is selected12-bit is selected16 : 9 mode display16:9 mode is selectedOther No displayHalf-press lock display Photo mode displayNormal recording No displayPhoto mode is selectedDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-325-2 VCR ModeMENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSVCR modeAudio output display12-bit Stereo 1 is selected12-bit Stereo 2 is selected12-bit Mix 1:1 is selected12-bit Mix variable is selected16-bit No displayAudio Mix Balance displayST-1:ST-2 = 1:0 ST-1:ST-2 = 1:1 ST-1:ST-2 = 0:1 Recording mode displayDuring SP recording Not applicable to PAL models.During LP recording Not applicable to PAL models.Operating mode displayDuring Recording Red displayDuring Recording pauseCassette is ejectedPlayback is stoppedPlaybackFast-forwardRewindNo tapeFast-forward playback2 SP playback1 SP playbackSlow playbackFrame advance playbackDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-33MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSStill image playbackReverse still image playbackFrame reverse playbackSlow reverse playback1 SP reverse playback2 SP reverse playbackRewind playbackForward edit searchReverse edit searchForward date/photo search Reverse date/photo search FF returnREW returnAV insert pauseAV insert recordingAudio dubbing pauseAudio dubbing recording Red displayTape counterTime code display Not enteredZero set memory Same as during Camera modeRemaining tape display Same as during Camera modeAudio dubbing/insert orsearch operation displayAV insert is selected No function for PAL models.Audio dubbing is selected No display for PAL models.Date search operationStill image photo search operationOther than search No displayBattery power display Same as during Camera modeDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-34MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSRemote sensor code display Same as during Camera modeBattery warning display Same as during Camera modeCondensation warning display Same as during Camera modeSpeaker volume adjustment displayVolume OFFHeadphone volume adjustment display Same as during Camera modeData code displayData code settingDate and time Camera data Date and time & camera dataDate ×ettingTimesettingDatesettingDateandtimeselectionCamera dataF-number display F-number closed This product has no F-number full-closeWhen not entered function.Shutter speed display The shutter speed of this product ranges from 1/6, 1/50 to 1/2000 sec.When not enteredDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-35MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSTime displayTime setting is selected Not enteredTime and time setting are selected Not enteredDate display Not enteredWind screen display Same as during Camera modeAudio data displayAudio dubbing/audio input terminal No display (function) models.Audio dubbing/micro-phone No display for PAL models.input terminalAudio mode display Same as during Camera mode16 : 9 mode display Same as during Camera modeDV displayDuring DV input No display (function) models.AV input DV signal conversion No display (function) models.Other No displayDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-365-3 Card/Camera Mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCard / Camera modeZoom display Same as during Camera modeCard recording image quality displayProgram AE mode displayFull Auto modeAuto modeSports modePortrait modeSpotlight modeSurf & snow modeLow light modeLow light + mode DM-MV650i E onlyStitch assist number ofphotos displayCard access displayDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-37MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCard free space displayNo card (flashes red) Accidental erasure protection9999 or more images can be recorded 99 images can be recorded displayed green for 6 or more images 5 images can be recorded displayed yellow for 1 to 5 images 0 images can be recorded displayed red for 0 imagesAE shift display Same as during Camera modeCard motion video recording time display320 240 pixels160 120 pixelsStill image size display1024 768 pixels640 480 pixelsMotion video size display(DM-MV650i E only) 160 120 pixelsFocus mode display Same as during Camera modeSelf timer display Same as during Camera modeBattery power display Same as during Camera modeShutter speed displayLithium battery low-power warning display Same as during Camera modeRemote sensor code display Same as during Camera modeWhite balance display Same as during Camera modeBattery low-power warning display Same as during Camera modeCondensation warning display Same as during Camera modeDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-38MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSDigital feature display Same as during Camera mode(but with no fader function)Time and date display Same as during Camera mode (Date and time only)Half-press lock display Same as during Camera modeDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-395-4 Card Playback Mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCard play modeSlideshow displayDPOP designation displayProtect mark displayDCF file name displayDirectory Number-File Number Card access displayWritting to card Shown in red, displayed in sequenceReading from card Shown in green, displayed in sequenceDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-40MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSImage number displayNo card Flashes redChecking number of images recorded on card0 recorded images 9th of 99 recorded images 99th of 99 recorded images 9999th of 9999 recorded imagesImage size displayVolume display (DM-MV650i E only) Same as during VCR mode During moving image playbackData code display Same as during VCR mode(Date and time only)Slideshow operation guidance displayDuring slideshow execution1-41DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT5-5 Menu DisplayCamera mode, VCR mode, Card/Camera mode, and Card Playback mode are provided in the menu display.Camera ModeMAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUP CARD MIX *1 Go to Card mix selection screenCAM. SET UP SHUTTER AUTO AUTO Lithium battery1/501/1201/2501/5001/10001/2000D. ZOOM OFF 88 / 80 / 72 Lithium battery88 / 80 / 72440 / 400 / 360IMAGE S. ON ON Lithium batteryOFF16 : 9 ON OFF Lithium batteryOFFWHIT BAL. AUTO AUTO Lithium batterySETINDOOROUTDOOR RETURNVCR SET UP REC MODE SP SP Lithium batteryLPAV/PHONES AV AV Lithium batteryPHONES RETURNAUD. SET UP WIND SCREEN ON ON Lithium batteryOFFAUDIO MODE 16 bit 12 bit Lithium battery12 bit RETURNDISP. SET UP BRIGHTNESS *2 Lithium batteryLCD MIRROR *2 ON ON Lithium batteryOFFTV SCREEN ON ON Lithium batteryOFFD/T DISPLAY *2 ON OFF Lithium batteryOFF1-42DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTMAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPDISP. SET UP DEMO MODE ON OFF Lithium batteryOFF RETURNSYSTEM BUTTON LIGHT *3 ON ON Lithium batteryPUSH ONOFFLIGHT COLOR *3 GREEN TURQUOISE Lithium batteryORANGEBLUEYELLOWTURQUOISEPURPLEWL REMOTE *4 Lithium batteryOFF BEEP *2 ON ON Lithium batteryOFFT. ZONE/DST *4 LONDON PARIS Lithium batteryLONDONPARISPARIS CAIROMOSCOWDUBAIKARACHIDACCABANGKOKH.KONGTOKYOSYDNEYSOLOMONWELLGTNSAMOAHONOLU.ANCHORL.A.DENVERCHICAGON.Y.CARACASRIOFERNEN. AZORESAZORESD/TIME SEL *4 1. JAN. 2003 1. JAN. 2003 Lithium battery12:00 AM 12:00 AM 31. DEC. 203011:59 PM RETURN1-43DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT*1 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model only.*2 : BEEP, BRIGHTNESS, MIRROR, and D/T DISPLAY information is not displayed on screens other than the menuscreen.*3 : DM-MV650i E model only.*4 : On screens other than the menu screen, displayed for 4 seconds at power-on and when the menu is closed. Note thatthis applies to the D/TIME SEL only when OFF is selected for D/T DISPLAY. Also, WL. REMOTE OFF ( ) isdisplayed at all times.MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPMY CAMERA SHTR SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S-UP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S/STOP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3SELF-T SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3 RETURN CLOSE MENU1-44DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTVCR ModeMAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPVCR SET UP REC MODE *6 SP SP Lithium batteryLPAV/PHONES AV AV Lithium batteryPHONESAV DV OUT *6 ON OFF Reset when power isOFF turned off RETURNAUD. SET UP OUTPUT CH *1 L/R L/R Reset when power isL/L turned offR/RAUDIO MODE *6 16bit 12bit Lithium battery12bit12 bit AUDIO OUT STEREO 1 STEREO 1 Reset when power isSTEREO 2 turned offMIX/FIXEDMIX/VARI.MIX BALANCE Lithium batteryAUDIO DUB. *6 AUDIO IN AUDIO IN Lithium batteryMIC. INWIND SCREEN ON ON Lithium batteryOFF RETURNCARD SET UP *2 SI QUALITY SUPER FINE FINE Lithium batteryFINENORMALMOVIE SIZE 320 240 320 240 Lithium battery160 120IMAGE NOS. RESET CONTINUOUS Lithium batteryCONTINUOUS RETURNCARD OPER. *2 COPY [ ] ] Go to Copy execution screen RETURNDISP. SET UP BRIGHTNESS *1 Lithium batteryDISPLAYS ON ON Lithium batteryOFF6 SEC. DATE *1 ON OFF Lithium batteryOFFDATA CODE *3 DATE/TIME DATE/TIME Lithium batteryCAMERA DATACAM. & D/TD/TIME SEL *3 DATE DATE & TIME Lithium batteryTIMEDATE & TIME RETURN1-45DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTMAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPSYSTEM BUTTON LIGHT *4 ON ON Lithium batteryPUSH ONOFFLIGHT COLOR *4 GREEN GREEN Lithium batteryORANGEBLUEYELLOWTURQUOISEPURPLEWL REMOTE *2 Lithium batteryOFF BEEP *1 ON ON Lithium batteryOFFT. ZONE/DST *5 LONDON PARIS Lithium batteryLONDONPARISPARIS CAIROMOSCOWDUBAIKARACHIDACCABANGKOKH.KONGTOKYOSYDNEYSOLOMONWELLGTNSAMOAHONOLU.ANCHORL.A.DENVERCHICAGON.Y.CARACASRIOFERNEN. AZORESAZORESD/TIME SEL *5 1. JAN. 2003 1. JAN. 2003 Lithium battery12:00 AM 12:00 AM 31. DEC. 203011:59 PM RETURN1-46DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT*1 : BRIGHTNESS, 6 SEC. DATE, OUTPUT CH, and BEEP information is not displayed on screens other than the menuscreen.*2 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model only.*3 : Displayed only when DATA CODE is ON on screens other than the menu screen.*4 : DM-MV650i E model only.*5 : On screens other than the menu screen, displayed for 4 seconds at power-on and when the menu is closed. Note thatthis applies to the D/TIME SEL only when OFF is selected for D/T DISPLAY.*6 : Does not function on PAL model (no menu item).MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPMY CAMERA SHTR SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S-UP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S/STOP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3SELF-T SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3 RETURN CLOSE MENU1-47DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTCard Camera Mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPCAM. SET UP SHUTTER AUTO AUTO Lithium battery1/501/1201/250WHIT BAL AUTO AUTO Lithium batterySETINDOOROUTDOOR RETURNCARD SET UP SI QUALITY SUPER FINE FINE Lithium batteryFINENORMALSI SIZE 1024 768 1024 768 Lithium battery640 480MOVIE SIZE 320 240 320 240 Lithium battery160 120FILE NOS. *1 RESET CONTINUOS Lithium batteryCONTINUOS RETURNVCR SET UP AV/PHONES AV AV Lithium batteryPHONES RETURNAUD. SET UP WIND SCREEN ON ON Lithium batteryOFF RETURNDISP. SET UP BRIGHTNESS *2 Lithium batteryLCD MIRROR *2 ON ON Lithium batteryOFFTV SCREEN ON ON Lithium batteryOFFD/T DISPLAY *2 ON OFF Lithium batteryOFFDEMO MODE ON OFF Lithium batteryOFF RETURNSYSTEM BUTTON LIGHT *3 ON ON Lithium batteryPUSH ONOFFLIGHT COLOR *3 GREEN BLUE Lithium batteryORANGEBLUEYELLOWTURQUOISEPURPLEWL REMOTE *2 Lithium batteryOFF BEEP *2 ON ON Lithium batteryOFF1-48DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT*1 : BEEP, BRIGHTNESS, MIRROR, D/T DISPLAY, FILE NOS., and SHTR SOUND information is not displayed on screensother than the menu screen.*2 : On screens other than the menu screen, displayed for 4 seconds at power-on and when the menu is closed. Note thatthis applies to the D/TIME SEL only when OFF is selected for D/T DISPLAY. Also, WL. REMOTE OFF ( ) isdisplayed at all times.*3 : DM-MV650i E model only.MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPSYSTEM T. ZONE/DST *2 LONDON PARIS Lithium batteryLONDONPARISPARIS CAIROMOSCOWDUBAIKARACHIDACCABANGKOKH.KONGTOKYOSYDNEYSOLOMONWELLGTNSAMOAHONOLU.ANCHORL.A.DENVERCHICAGON.Y.CARACASRIOFERNEN. AZORESAZORESD/TIME SEL *2 1. JAN. 2003 1. JAN. 2003 Lithium battery12:00 AM 12:00 AM 31. DEC. 203011:59 PM RETURNMY CAMERA SHTR SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 LITHIUM BATTERYPATTERN2PATTERN3S-UP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 LITHIUM BATTERYPATTERN2PATTERN3S/STOP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 LITHIUM BATTERYPATTERN2PATTERN3SELF-T SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 LITHIUM BATTERYPATTERN2PATTERN3 RETURN CLOSE MENU1-49DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTCard Playback Mode (Card/VCR Mode) (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPCARD OPER. COPY [ ] Go to the Copy execution screen(Single screen) PRINT ORDERS Go to the Print oders allerase screen ALLERASEIMAGE ERASE Go to the Image erase screenFORMAT Go to the Format screen RETURNCARD OPER. PROTECT Go to Image Protect screen(Index screen) PRINT ORDER Go to Print order screen RETURNVCR SET UP REC MODE SP SP Lithium batteryLPAV/PHONES AV AV Reset when power isPHONES turned off RETURNDISP. SET UP BRIGHTNESS *1 Lithium battery DISPLAY ON ON Lithium batteryOFFD/TIME SEL *2 DATE DATE & TIME Lithium batteryTIMEDATE & TIME RETURNSYSTEM BUTTON LIGHT *3 ON ON Lithium batteryPUSH ONOFFLIGHT COLOR *3 GREEN YELLOW Lithium batteryORANGEBLUEYELLOWTURQUOISEPURPLEWL REMOTE *1 Lithium batteryOFF BEEP *2 ON ON Lithium batteryOFF1-50DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTMAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPSYSTEM T. ZONE/DST *4 LONDON PARIS Lithium batteryLONDONPARISPARIS CAIROMOSCOWDUBAIKARACHIDACCABANGKOKH.KONGTOKYOSYDNEYSOLOMONWELLGTNSAMOAHONOLU.ANCHORL.A.DENVERCHICAGON.Y.CARACASRIOFERNEN. AZORESAZORESD/TIME SEL *4 1. JAN. 2003 1. JAN. 2003 Lithium battery12:00 AM 12:00 AM 31. DEC. 203011:59 PM RETURN PRINT ORDER *5 Go to the Print order screen1-51DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT*1: BRIGHTNESS and BEEP information is not displayed on screens other than the menu screen.*2: Displayed only when DATA CODE is ON on screens other than the menu screen.*3: DM-MV650i E model only.*4: On screens other than the menu screen, displayed for 4 seconds at power-on and when the menu is closed.*5: Displayed only when connected to a camera direct printer. Note that this applies to the D/TIME SEL only when OFFis selected for D/T DISPLAY.MAIN MENU ITEM SUB MENU ITEM SETTINGS DEFAULT BACKUPMY CAMERA CREATE START-UP Go to the Startup screen creation screenSEL. S-UP IMG NO PICTURE CANON LOGO Lithium batteryCANON LOGOMY PICTURESHTR SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S-UP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3S/STOP SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3SELF-T SOUND PATTERN1 PATTERN1 Lithium batteryPATTERN2PATTERN3 RETURN RETURNDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-52MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSSlideshow screenIndex screenImage protect screenPrint order screen5-6 Card-Related Screen DisplaysDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-53MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCopy screenCopy ( ) selection screenCopy ( ) execution screenCopy ( ) selection screenCopy ( ) execution screenDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-54MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSImage erase screenImage erase selection screenErasing one imageWarning: Erasing in progressErasing all imagesDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-55MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSFormat screenFormat execution confirmation screenFormat execution screenDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-56MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSCard mix selection screenMix type setting screenAnimation type setting screenMix level setting screenDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-57MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSStitch assist screenMy camera settingsMy camera settings screenStartup image creation screenSelect recording positionDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-58MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSMy camera settingsRecord execution confirmationMessage during image creationStartup image selection screenShutter sound selection screenStartup sound selection screenDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-59MENU INDICATION PAL MODEL REMARKSMy camera settingsStart/stop selection screenSelf-timer sound selection screenPC connection screen displaysUSB connectionIEEE1394 connectionDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-60MENU INDICATION PAL MODELDirect print setting screenDirect print setting initial screenPrint selection screenL SizeBorderlessStyleCopies1Print CancelNow printing (1/1)SETL SizeBorderlessPrint stop screenL SizeBorderlessOK CancelTwo sheets remain.Cancel ?Two sheets remain.Cancel ?SETL SizeBorderlessOK CancelCancelNow printing (1/3)L SizeBorderlessSETSETL SizeBorderlessStyleCopies1OK CancelSETDirect Print CancelCancel selection screen5-7 Direct Print Setting ScreenDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-61MENU INDICATION PAL MODELDirect print setting screenNumber of copies setting screenL SizeBorderedStyleCopiesPrint CancelSW1L SizeBorderedStyleCopiesPrint CancelSETL SizeBorderedStyleCopiesPrint Cancel2L SizeBorderedStyleCopiesPrint Cancel(Quantity set by Multi switch)Setting 1 Setting 2DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-62MENU INDICATION PAL MODELDirect print setting screenStyle setting screenSETSELECTSETStylePaper SettingL SizePaper SettingL SizeSETMENUSELECTGo to the style setting screen using MENU buttonsMENUMENUL SizeBorderlessStyleCopiesPrint Cancel1L SizeBorderlessStyleCopiesPrint Cancel1StylePaper SettingLL SizeMENUStyleBordersBorderlessMENUStyleBordersBorderlessMENUStyleBordersBorderedMENUStyleSELECTDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-63MENU INDICATION PAL MODELOK screenL Size9999BorderlessStyleResumeOK CancelNow Printing (1/9999)Print all marketed imagesSETSETL Size9999BorderlessCancelPrint stop screenL Size9999BorderlessOK CancelSet-print Mode cancel.Now Printing (1/9999) Cancel ?SETSETL Size9999BorderlessCancelPrint restart screenL Size9999BorderlessStyleOKResumeCancelNow Printing (1/9999)Print remaining Images.SETL Size9999BorderlessCancelStyle setting screenL Size9999BorderlessStyleOKResumeCancelStyle is changed.SETL Size9999BorderlessOKResumeCancelGo to the stylesetting screenStyle is changed.5-8 PrintDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-645-9 Warning DisplaysCOPYRIGHT PROTECTED PLAYBACK IS RESTRICTED When copy-protected tape is played.COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DUBBING RESTRICTED When copy protection information is detected during DV input or LINE input, or when the signal output from the television orVCR is garbled during analog input.SET THE TIME ZONE, DATE AND TIME When the power is turned on without setting the area and/or time and date.REMOVE THE CASSETTE When a cassette is inserted while there is a mechanical error or condensation in the unit.CHECK THE DV INPUT When REC is pressed in a mode that allows transition to REC, without a connection to DV input, or in a condition where theconnected DV input cannot be recognized.CHANGE THE BATTERY PACK When the battery power is low.CONDENSATION HAS BEEN DETECTED When condensation is detected (if a cassette is inserted, a REMOVE THE CASSETTE message appears).THE TAPE IS SET FOR ERASURE PREVENTION When REC is pressed in a mode that allows transition to REC in VCR mode, if the cassette is set for erasure prevention. InCamera mode, when the power is turned ON, when the Start/Stop button is pressed, and when a cassette is inserted, if thecassette is set for erasure prevention.TAPE END When the tape end is detected, or when a key (FF, PLAY, etc.) which drives the tape forward is pressed in a mode that allowstransition to forward driving during the detection process.CHECK THE CASSETTE [REC MODE] When the Audio Dubbing or AV Insert button is pressed at a tape position recorded in LP/ESP/ELP; or when LP mode isdetected during Audio Dubbing or AV Insert.CHECK THE CASSETTE [AUDIO MODE] When the Audio Dubbing button is pressed at a tape position with 16-bit or 4-channel simultaneous recording; or when 16-bitmode or 4-channel simultaneous recording mode is detected during Audio Dubbing.CHECK THE CASSETTE [BLANK] When a blank tape area is detected during Audio Dubbing or AV Insert.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-65CARD ERROR When a card error occurs and data cannot be recorded on the card (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).CARD FULL When the card is full (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).NAMING ERROR When the maximum number of file numbers and directory numbers are created (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).UNIDENTIFIABLE IMAGE When an attempt is made to play an image in an unplayable format, an incompatible JPEG image, or an image with corrupt data(for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).PRINT ORDER ERROR When there are too many print marks (201 or more), or when a mark file cannot be edited (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i Emodel).NO CARD When there is no card in the camcorder socket (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).NO IMAGES When there are no images to be played in the card (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).THE CARD IS SET FOR ERASURE PREVENTION When an attempt is made to record on an SD card set for erasure prevention, in a mode that allows card recording (VCR mode,Card Recording mode) (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).NOW CREATING START-UP IMAGE The startup image is being written to flash memory (for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E model).CARD MODE When Start/Stop button is pressed in the Camera mode (for DM-MV630i E model).** A warning (warning text) is displayed for approx. four seconds in the center of the screen when an abnormality, etc. occurs.** While the warning (warning text) is displayed, only actions enabling a mode transition are accepted. The warning display disap-pears simultaneous with the acceptance of such an action.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-666. Backing Up Various Data6-1 Backup by Main Power SupplyThe condensation timer is backed up by the main power supply alone.6-2 Backup by Main Power Supply or Backup Power Supply (Lithium Coin Primary Battery)The table below lists the item (excluding menu items) backed up by the main power supply or backup power supply (lithium coinprimary battery).Item Default RemarksDigital zoom position Optical tele endWB data (SET) - - - -Time and date settings (auto date) 2003. 1.1 12:00 AMMenu cursor position Very topTime code - - - -Mix balance (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) CenterHeadphone volume CenterSpeaker volume CenterMechanical errors - - - -DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-676-3 Backup Conditions Related to Switch Operation6-3-1 Turning OFF the PowerWhen Camera mode is in (Program AE) mode.In (Full Auto) mode, after the power is turned on (Camera), the specifications are the same as in 6-3-3 (Switching to FullAuto).* CAM : Camera mode only *CD : Card Recording mode only (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)* Independent : Independent backup for Card/Camera mode, Camera mode, and VCR modeThe card recording still image selection in Card Mix (Card Mix standby state) is not backed up when the power is turned off.Item Power switch OFF, VCR Camera mode, Card/Camera mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)Program AE mode type BackupManual focus ON/OFF BackupAE shift setting mode ON/OFF BackupDE, DF ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF)Headphone volume *CAM BackupSelf timer ON/OFF Backup (set to OFF)On-screen ON/OFF BackupZero Set Memory counter value *CAM Backup Camera, Card/Camera (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E) menu item settingsDigital Effects selection Backup *IndependentFader *CAM Backup *IndependentEffects Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (speed) Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (number of screens) Backup *IndependentMix key selection in Card MixBackup*CAM (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Mix level in Card MixBackup*CAM (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Shutter speed setting BackupDigital zoom setting Backup *IndependentImage stabilizer ON/OFF Backup16:9 ON/OFF BackupWhite balance setting BackupRemote control code setting BackupRecording mode setting *CAM BackupConfirmation beep ON/OFF BackupWind screen ON/OFF BackupAudio mode setting *CAM BackupAV/headphone selection BackupLCD brightness adjustment BackupMirror shooting setting BackupOn-screen ON/OFF BackupTime and Date display BackupArea/daylight saving time setting BackupTime and Date setting BackupImage quality *CD (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E) BackupNumber reset *CD (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E) BackupDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-686-3-2 Switching the Power Switch to a Different Position* Independent : Independent backup for Card Recording mode, Camera mode, and VCR modeItem Power switch OFF VCR modeHeadphone volume BackupSpeaker volume BackupOn-screen ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF)Zero Set Memory counter value BackupData code display ON/OFF BackupAudio 12-bit output selection Reset (set to "Stereo 1")Mix balance setting BackupPhoto Search/Date Search for search selection Reset (changes to "Photo Search") VCR menu item settingsD. Effects selection Backup *IndependentFader *CAM Backup *IndependentEffects Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (speed) Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (number of screens) Backup *IndependentRemote control code setting BackupRecording mode setting BackupData code setting BackupTime and date selection setting BackupLCD brightness adjustment BackupText display during playback ON/OFF BackupDate Auto display ON/OFF BackupBilingual setting Reset (set to "Main + Sub")Audio dubbing input setting BackupWind screen ON/OFF BackupLINE IN audio mode setting BackupAV/headphone selection Reset (set to AV)Confirmation beep ON/OFF BackupImage quality (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) BackupNumber reset (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only) Backup Card Playback mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)On screen ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF)Data code display ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF) Card Playback mode menu item selection (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Remote control code setting BackupRecording mode setting BackupData code setting BackupTime and Date setting BackupLCD brightness adjustment BackupText display during playback ON/OFF BackupDate Auto display ON/OFF BackupConfirmation beep BackupDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-696-3-3 Switching Camera Modes/Switching Program AE ModesThe following table presents the backup state performed for various data when the / switch is switched from (ProgramAE) to (Full Auto), or when the / switch is set to and the mode is switched to a different Program AE mode.* CAM : Camera mode only *CD : Card Recording mode only (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)* Independent : Independent backup for Card Recording mode, Camera mode, and VCR mode*1 : When is set again, Auto is set.*2 : When is set again, the state preceding the switch to (Full Auto) is restored. The card recording still image selection in Card Mix (Card Mix standby state) is not backed up, even if there is aswitch between Normal and Progressive. The backup operations at LANC power-OFF and the recording pause 5-minute timer power-OFF are the same aswhen the power switch is turned OFF.Item Switched to (Full Auto) Switched to Program AE mode Camera mode, Card/Camera mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)Program AE mode type *1 ----Auto focus ON/OFF Reset (set to ON) BackupAE shift setting mode ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF) *2 Reset (set to OFF)DE, DF ON/OFF Reset (set to OFF) BackupHeadphone volume Backup BackupSelf timer ON/OFF Backup BackupOn screen ON/OFF Backup BackupZero Set Memory counter value *CAM Backup Backup Camera/Card mode (DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E) menu item settingsD. Effects selection Backup *Independent Backup *IndependentFader *CAM Backup *Independent Backup *IndependentEffects Backup *Independent Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (speed) Backup *Independent Backup *IndependentMulti-screen (number of screens) Backup *Independent Backup *IndependentMix selection in Card MixBackup Backup*CAM (DM-MV650i E, 630i E only)Mix level in Card MixBackup Backup*CAM (DM-MV650i E, 630i E only)Card recording image selection in Card MixReset Backup(Card Mix standby state) (DM-MV650i E, 630i E only)Shutter speed Reset (set to Auto) Reset (set to Auto)Digital zoom ON/OFF Backup BackupImage stabilizer Reset (set to ON) Backup16:9 *CAM set to OFF *2 BackupWhite balance Reset (set to Auto) BackupRemote control code setting Backup BackupRecording mode setting *CAM Backup BackupConfirmation beep Backup BackupWind screen Backup BackupAV/headphone selection Backup BackupAudio mode *CAM Backup BackupLCD brightness adjustment Backup BackupMirror shooting setting Backup BackupOn screen ON/OFF Backup BackupTime and Date display Backup BackupArea/daylight saving time Backup BackupTime and Date setting Backup BackupImage quality *CD (DM-MV650i E, 630i E only) Backup BackupNumber reset *CD (DM-MV650i E, 630i E only) Backup BackupDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-707. Other Features7-1 Green ModeDefault Settings in Green Mode Focus ------------------------- AUTO Exposure -------------------- AUTO White balance --------------- AUTO DE, DF ---------------------- OFF Image stabilizer ------------- ON Shutter ----------------------- AUTO 16:9 -------------------------- OFFOther settings are the same as before even when the mode is changed to Green mode.Keys that do not work in the Full Auto mode Focus (Auto/Manual) button (forced Auto) Exposure (AE/AE Shift) button (forced Auto) Multi switch Digital effects (ON/OFF) button (forced OFF)Relationship between Program AE mode (in Tape Recording) and Various Shooting Functions* : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only Super Night mode is limited to the DM-MV650i E.7-2 On Screen Turn ON/OFF of the On-screen function is performed through the infrared remote controller or from the menu. The default setting is ON in Camera mode, and OFF in VCR mode.Program AE ModeItemRecording mediumAutofocus ON/OFF Forced ON Shutter speed setting AE Shift Image stabilizer ON/OFF Forced ON White balance setting Forced Auto Wind screen ON/OFF Digital zoom ON/OFF Forced OFF Forced OFF Forced OFF16:9 ON/OFF Forced OFF Digital fader ON/OFF Digital effects ON/OFF Multi-screen Photo shooting (recorded to tape) Progressive photo shooting Card mix * DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-717-3 Headphones and Speaker In Camera mode and Camera/Card mode, the speaker is OFF. The speakers are on during normal card playback in the VCR mode. The Multi switch is used to adjust the volume. Headphone volume can only be controlled when headphones are selected in the menu. The volume is controlled using the Multiswitch. The speaker is OFF when headphones are selected in the menu.7-4 Battery Indicator, Low-Power Warning, and Low-Power ShutoffBattery Indicator When a battery is used, the battery indicator is displayed at one of five levels (100%, 75%, 50%, 25%, 0% (approximate)). Theselevels indicate the amount of power remaining before the low-power warning indicator appears. The battery indicator is resetwhen the power is turned off. Thus if the voltage is restored while the power is off, the battery indicator level may increase whenthe power is turned back on. However, if the low-power warning appears, it will still be displayed even if the voltage is restoredwhen the power is turned on and off. When an AC adapter is used, the battery indicator is not displayed. However, the low-power warning is displayed if the voltagedrops below the low-power warning level due to an abnormality. When the voltage is restored above the low-power warninglevel, the low-power warning disappears. The low-power warning is displayed when the battery terminal voltage falls to approx. 6.3 V or less (for this product).7-5 System Data Displays* The time code display reads -.- -:- -:- - when no tape is inserted or when the camcorder is at an unrecorded tape position.* CGMS : If the data is copy-protected, it is not output to LINE OUT or the CVF (panel).7-6 Data Code DisplayData codes can be used to turn the display ON/OFF independently (i.e., regardless of the ON/OFF status of other On Screencharacter displays).7-7 MP Tape SupportLP recording onto MP tape is not possible. When a tape is loaded with LP selected on the menu, the setting is automaticallyswitched to SP. During playback, the tape is played in LP if it was recorded in LP.Camera Mode VCR ModeCamera Screen REC Search DIF Input Blue Background PB(including Superb Playback)Data code (timestamp) - - - - - - Data code (camera data) F - - - etc. F - - - etc. Time code Main unitAudio mode (12/16 bit) 4-second display DIF sideWide/Normal Setting display DIF sideCGMS (warning) DIF sideSP/LP Setting display Setting display Setting displayDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-727-8 Confirmation BeepIn the following cases, beep melodically.REC PAUSE (*) includes REC PAUSE for audio dubbing and AV Insert.* PIP: 4 kHz, BIP: 2 kHz, BOOP: 1kHz* The startup shutter, start/stop, and self-timer setting can be changed from the My Camera setting screen.Mode SoundPower ON PIPWhen tape with erase protection is loaded (Camera mode) BEEP BEEP BEEPWhen EJECT cover is opened all the way (even when power is OFF) PIP PIPWhen recording is started (Camera mode) PIPWhen recording is paused (Camera mode) PIP PIPWhen Photo button is half-pressed PIP PIPWhen photo recording starts PIPWhen a condensation or a mechanical error occurs, or five seconds BEEP (5 times)before the REC PAUSE(*) five-minute timer endsWhen the SET button is pressed on an unavailable menu item BOOP10, 15, and 20 seconds before the REC PAUSE (*) five-minute timer ends BIP BIP BIPSelf timer (synchronized with tally blinking) PIP PIP (8 times at every second)PIP (8 times at 0.25 second)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-737-9 Using Analog Line Recording (Not available on PAL models) andDV Recording (Not Available on PAL models)(1) Move the power switch to the VCR position and the Tape/Card switch to the TAPE. If a cassette has been inserted it will be stopped.The terminal (DV, S, AV) are set to output. In addition, the headphone terminal (if that setting is selected from the menu), whichalso serves as the AV jack, and the speaker are set to output (the headphone status takes priority).(2) Connect a cable from a recording source to the S-VIDEO terminal (video signal) and AV terminal (audio signal), or to the AVterminals (video and audio signals), or to the DV terminal. Power on the recording source.* If recording is paused while input is being received from terminals other than the DV terminal, the AV jack isautomatically set as the AV input terminal.If more than one of the above terminals is connected at the same time, the active terminal is selected automatically according to thefollowing order of priority.Order of priority : DV terminal > S terminal > AV terminalNote that when the playback screen is displayed (including Superb Playback), the playback screen takes priority.(3) Press [REC STANDBY] on the remote control.Recording is paused. If analog line input is being used, the S terminal and AV terminal are switched to input at this time.(4) To start recording, press [ / ] on the remote control.This starts recording of video, audio etc. through the terminal selected in step (2)(Press [ / ] to toggle between recording and pausing.)(5) Press [] to stop recording.Recording is stopped.* If DV input disappears during DV recording, then recording is stopped.* If a recording source is input to the DV terminal during analog line recording, recording is continued without change. Whenrecording is paused, the input is switched to DV input.* CGMS (Copy Generation Management System; copy protection) input signal Only input signals (CGMS = 00) that are not copy-protected can be recorded. If a copy-prohibited input signal (CGMS = 11) or single-copy-allowed input signal (CGMS = 10) is detected duringrecording or when recording is paused, then recording is paused. Blue background is output to the LCD panel and CVF. The speaker and headphone output is muted. Both audio and video CGMSD (Copy Generation Management System for Digital) signals are detected during DV input.The signal with the stronger copy protection setting is used.The Following Table Summarizes the Input and Output Statuses in Different Modes.* : No signal if there is no LINE input.DV input signal present No DV input signalLCD, CVF DV terminal S, AV terminals LCD, CVF DV terminal S, AV terminalsPlayback Playback screen OUT OUT Playback screen OUT OUT(including Superb Playback)No tape, STOP, FF, REW DV input screen IN OUT Blue background OUT OUTREC PAUSE, REC DV input screen IN OUT Line input screen* IN INDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-747-10 Support for Analog Signal I/O Copyright Protection Signals(1) Detection of copyright protection signals added to input signals Detected copyright protection signals: Pseudo-synch pulses and CGMSA (Copy Generation Management System for analog)signals Signal detection time: 20 seconds maximum(2) Copyright protection signals added to output signals Macrovision (pseudo-synch pulses): Not added CGMSA signals: Not added7-11 Video ID1 Detection/Output Support(1) S1 signal outputWhen a Full mode (squeezed) video signal, consisting of 16:9 video compressed to 4:3, is output from the S terminal, an S 1 -compatible wide monitor will detect an identification signal for automatically restoring the 16:9 video (e.g., during playback of atape recorded in Camera 16:9 mode or a tape containing system data related to the aspect ratio). NTSC 16:9 Full mode + 4:3 Letter Box mode identification signal output PAL 16:9 Full mode identification signal output(2) Video ID1 output When a Full mode (squeezed) video signal, consisting of 16:9 video compressed to 4:3, is output from the composite videoterminal or S terminal, a video ID 1 /-compatible wide monitor will detect an identification signal for automatically restoring the16:9 video (e.g., during playback of a tape recorded in Camera 16:9 mode or a tape containing system data related to the aspectratio).(3) Detection of S1 signal or video ID1 during line input (ID1 is for NTSC models only) A video ID 1 /S 1 signal multiplexed onto a video signal input from the composite video terminal or S terminal is detected, andsystem data relating to aspect ratio information is recorded.(4) Detection of WSS (Wide Screen Signaling) signal during line input (iPAL model only)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-757-12 Audio Dubbing7-12-1 Tapes to which Audio Dubbing can be AddedAudio dubbing can only be added to tapes with 1 2-bit/SP recording (other than 4-channel simultaneous recording). The camcorderswitches to Stop mode if audio dubbing is attempted on other tapes.The camcorder switches to Stop mode (a warning is displayed) if LP mode is detected, or if any of the following are detected: 1 6-bit mode, 4-channel simultaneous recording, no recording, SDL recording.7-12-2 Selecting an Audio Dubbing Signal Input SourceSelect an audio dubbing input source on the VCR menu. (There is no menu on PAL models. The microphone is the only audiodubbing input source for these models.)There are two audio dubbing options: Line (AV terminal) and Microphone. If Microphone is selected and an external micro-phone is connected, then the external microphone is used as input. If no external microphone is connected, then the built-inmicrophone is used as input.The settings for line video output are as follows.(1) When AV terminal input is used: The S terminal and AV terminal are set to Input mode. The speaker output can be monitored.(2) When external microphone input is used : The S terminal and AV terminal are set to Output mode. The speaker is off and linemonitoring is possible.(3) When built-in microphone input is used : The S terminal and AV terminal are set to OutputThe speaker is off and line mounitoring is possible.7-12-3 Audio Dubbing Procedure(1) In VCR mode, play and pause the tape at the position where you want to add audio dubbing. Next, press the [Audio dubbing] buttonon the remote control.The camcorder switches to Audio Dubbing mode (Audio Dubbing pause), and (Audio Dubbing pause) is displayed on the LCDpanel (CVF).(2) Push the Pause [ ] button and input the audio through the microphone, etc.This starts the audio dubbing process.(3) When you want to stop, press the Stop [] button.Audio Dubbing mode ends and the Audio Dubbing display disappears. The camcorder is stopped. You can press the Pause [ ] button instead of the Stop [] button to return to the condition in step (1) (Audio Dubbing pause)without exiting Audio Dubbing mode. Another way to exit Audio Dubbing mode is to press the [Audio Dubbing] button during Audio Dubbing pause. If the [Zero Set Memory] button on the remote control is pressed in advance at the tape position where you want audio dubbingto end, then after step (2), the camcorder will automatically stop at the set position and audio dubbing will end.7-12-4 CGMS A CGMSA signal added to an analog-input video signal cannot be detected while a tape is being played. During audio dubbing,the yellow video terminal must be disconnected. Do not activate Audio Dubbing mode at copy-protected locations on a copy-protected tape. When the tape moves from acopyable area to a copy-protected area, the camcorder stops.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-767-13 AV Insert (Not Available on PAL models)In AV Insert mode, an ITI (Insert and Track Information) area is kept and audio, video, and sub-codes are overwritten.7-13-1 Tapes Allowing AV InsertOnly tapes with SP recording can be used with AV Insert mode. If an attempt is made to enter AV Insert mode with any other typeof tape, the camcorder switches to Stop mode. The camcorder stops (and displays a warning) if LP mode is detected, or if norecording SDL is detected.7-13-2 AV Insert Signal Input Source SelectionThe input source is selected automatically according to the following order of priority:DV terminal (ACK detected) > AV terminal detected > No connectionThe settings for line video output are as follows.(1) When DV terminal input is used : The S terminal and AV terminal are set to Output mode. The speaker output can be monitored.(2) When AV terminal input is used : The S terminal and AV terminal are set to Input mode. The speaker output can be monitored.(3) When there is no connection : The S terminal and AV terminal are OFF. The speaker output is muted.7-13-3 AV Insert Procedure(1) In VCR mode, play and pause the tape at the position where you want to insert AV. Next, press the [AV Insert] button on the remotecontrol. The camcorder switches to AV Insert mode (AV Insert pause), and (AV Insert pause) is displayed on the LCD panel(CVF).(2) Push the Pause [ ] button and input the video and audio.This starts the AV insertion process. (AV Insert) is displayed on the LCD panel (CVF).(3) When you want to stop, press the Stop [] button.AV Insert mode ends and the AV Insert display disappears. The camcorder is stopped. You can press the Pause [ ] button instead of the Stop [] button to return to the condition in step (1) (AV Insert pause) withoutexiting AV Insert mode. Another way to exit AV Insert mode is to press the [AV Insert] button on the remote control during AV Insert pause. If the [Zero Set Memory] button on the remote control is pressed in advance at the tape position where you want AV insertion toend, then after step (2), the camcorder will automatically stop at the set position and AV insertion will end.7-13-4 CGMS AV insertion for both DV input and analog input is only possible when there is no copy protection (CGMS = 00). If a value other than 00 is detected for CGMS, then the camcorder changes to Stop mode.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT1-777-14 Analog/Digital Signal ConversionThis function can be used as an A/D conversion function for inputting an analog AV signal from an analog device to a PC.7-14-1 A/D Signal Conversion Procedure(1) Connect the output terminal of the analog device with the analog terminal of the camcorder using STV-250N (or using S-1 50 ifnecessary). Also connect the DV terminal of the camcorder with the DV terminal on the PC using CV-250F or CV-1 50F.(2) Move the camcorder's power switch to [VCR] and move the Tape/Card switch to Tape, setting the operating mode to Stop modewithout inserting a tape.(3) Select this function (A/D signal conversion) from the VCR setting item on the menu. Specifically, set AV input DV output toON.(4) Open the motion video acquisition software program on the PC and output the analog AV signal from the analog device.The analog AV signal from the analog device is converted by the camcorder to a digital signal (DV signal). The PC can then acquirethe video and audio from the analog device, making it possible to record motion video and still images as needed.7-14-2 CGMS A/D signal conversion for both DV input and analog input is only possible when there is no copy protection (CGMS = 00). If a value other than 00 is detected for CGMS, then the A/D signal conversion function is closed, the LCD panel/CVF changesto blue background, the audio output is muted, and the following warning message is displayed: COPYRIGHT PROTECTEDDUBBING RESTRICTED.7-15 Multi SwitchVCR operations and various settings can be performed in this mode.When the Switch is TurnedWhen Setting Switch is PushedMulti-switch Mode Operated Function When switch is turned upwardDuring menu selection Item selection The cursor moves up.Menu During LCD brightness adjustment Brightness adjustment The LCD screen grows brighter.During card mix level adjustment Mix level adjustment The mix level range becomes smaller.(DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)During AE shift AE level correction The iris value is increased.During manual focus Focus adjustment The focus moves closer.During VCR mode Speaker/headphone volume adjustment The volume increases.During playback zoom Movement of display frame Frame moves up (to the right).Multi switch mode Operated function When Setting switch is pushedShooting pause Open/close Program AE menu Program AE mode selection. (sets selected settings)In Digital Effects mode Digital Effects mode selection switch Digital Effects mode is selected.When menu is displayed Menu item setting switch The item is selected.During playback zoom Toggles direction of frame movement The direction of frame movement is selected.(left-right/up-down)CHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTIONCONTENTS1. P.C.B. Functions ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-12. Power Supply Circuit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-32-1 Startup of Power Supply ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-32-2 Power Fuses ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-52-3 Power Supply Circuits ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-63. Built-in Charger Circuit ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-73-1 Outline ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-73-2 Operation at Charging ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-83-2-1 Conditions To Start Charging --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-83-2-2 Progress of Charging ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 2-94. Signal Processing Circuit -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-104-1 Outline of Signal Processing Circuit ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-104-2 Camera/Card Signal Processing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-114-2-1 Camera Motion Picture Recording ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-114-2-2 Card Still Picture Recording --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2-114-2-3 Card Motion Picture Recording -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-124-3 Recorder Signal Processing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-134-4 Audio Signal Flow -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-145. System Control, Servo -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-155-1 Outline of System Control, Servo --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-155-2 Major Functions of Each Microcomputer ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-165-3 Servo Control -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-175-4 Personal Computer Connection Mode (USB) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-185-5 Error Detection -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-195-5-1 Error Detecting Conditions ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-195-5-2 Processing after Error Detection ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2-19DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-11. P.C.B. Functions(1) MAIN P.C.B.System-Control Section IC100 MODE MI-COM System control IC200 BACK UP MODE MI-COM resetting IC103 RESET Detects a DC JACK voltage to the MODE MI-COM.Camera/Card Section IC1101 SDRAM Memory for MACS (64M) IC1102 MACS Camera digital signal processing, and card image processingPM Section IC1802 OPE AMP Operational amplifier for charge circuit IC3201 DC/DC CONVERTER CONTROL Power PWM regulator controller IC3202 2.7V REGULATOR 2.7V regulator IC3203 4.7V REGULATOR 4.7V regulator IC3204 2.5V REGULATOR 2.5V regulatorVideo Section IC2000 VRP2 Record playback head amplifier IC2100 VIF2 Analog video input/output signal processing IC2300 FLASH Memory for FR MI-COM IC2301 VIC3 Digital VCR signal processing LSI, IEEE1394 interface,FR MI-COM, and USB interface IC2302 SDRAM Memory for VIC3 (64M)MO Driver Section IC300 OPE AMP Operational amplifier for reel sensor IC301 MOTOR DRIVE Drum, capstan, and loading motor driverAudio Section IC801 AUDIO INTERFACE Analog input/output signal processing IC802 SP DRIVER Speaker amplifier IC803 4V REGULATOR 4V regulator (for speaker amplifier)(2) CAC P.C.B.Camera Section IC1001 V-DRIVER CCD V driver IC1002 TG/CDS/AGC/AD CCD, TG, CCD output signal sampling, AGC, and A/D converter IC1202 IRIS DRIVE IRIS driver, and gyro output amp IC1701 MOTOR DRIVER Zoom, focus motor driverCVF Section IC1501 EVF DRIVER EVF LCD (CVF) drive IC1502 EEPROM EEPROM for CVF data, MODE MI-COM(3) CCD P.C.B. IC1070 CCD CCD image sensor(4) LCD P.C.B. IC901 EEPROM EEPROM for LCD data IC902 SERI/PARA CONVERTER LCD power switchover IC903 LCD DRIVE LCD signal processing and drive IC4201 DC/DC CONVERTER CONTROL Backlight driveDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-2(5) CVF P.C.B.Signal transfer from CAC P.C.B. to CVF-LCD, back-light LED turn-on.(6) JACK P.C.B.AV, MIC, S JACK, USB interface, Remoto control signal receiver sensor, white LED. IC1601 P SENSOR GYRO Pitch-direction angular speed detection IC1602 Y SENSOR GYRO Yaw-direction angular speed detectionDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-32. Power Supply CircuitIn this product, a novel type of power supply system including a compact adapter (CA-570) is adopted for enhancement of costperformance and power savings.In comparison with the conventional products, this machine provides the following advantageous features: When the DC jack is disconnected from the battery with power turned ON, poser goes OFF once. The internal battery is charged only when the MAIN switch is at the P OFF position. When the DC jack not connected with power source (not supplied with power) is inserted into the main unit, power is not turnedon even if the battery is mounted. A changeover of main power to the battery is not made since an event of DC jack mechanismdetection takes precedence.2-1 Startup of Power SupplyFig. 2-13 135 74767766671441211971814621052734171252DETRESETSWE3VE3 DETVCCCN4001LITHIUM BATTERYVTRPOWER SWVTR ONPM SECTIONDMC-IIICASSETTEIN SW POWER SWJACKEJ SWCAMERAPOWER SWEJECT SWCAS INRESETVTR ONUNREG DETDC J DETLI DETSERIALDATAIC2301FRMI-COM.(VIC3)IC103RESETIC102BACK UPIC100MODEMI-COM.CN2101 CN101CN100DVDD 3V3VREG.2.6VDET.1221CN3202CN32015623DC+DC J SWBATT+3112CN303MAIN P.C.B.Card P.C.B.109DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-4 Backup Lithium BatteryLI3V power from the lithium battery is input to pin 3 of the IC102, and it is output from pin 12 as power to the MODE microcom-puter. Thus, the MODE microcomputer performs data backup and clock operation when main power supply is not connected.When the voltage of the lithium battery decreases below 2.6 V (or when the lithium battery is not loaded), the IC102 outputs the Lsignal form pin 2. Upon receipt of this signal at the time of power-on, the MODE microcomputer sends it to the FR microcomputer,which then issue a lithium battery low-level warning indication. Main Power SupplyMain power (DC-JACK/BATTERY) is supplied to pin 13 of IC102. Through the internal regulator in IC102, the main power thussupplied is converted to 3V power, which is output as E3V from pin 14 of IC102. Furthermore, through the internal switch, themain power is converted to LI3V, which is output from pin 12 of IC102 as a power voltage for driving the MODE MI-COM.Supplied with the main power, IC102 outputs the L signal from its pin 4. When the MODE MI-COM receives the L signal andthe two signals output from pin 4 of IC103, it recognizes that the power supply is loaded. Then the MODE MI-COM performsinitialization to set up a standby state. In this state, the MODE MI-COM carries out detection of start-related switch signals. Upondetection of these switch signals, the MODE MI-COM delivers the VTR ON(H) signal from its pins 52. When the VTR ON(H)signalis output, each circuit power is made active.When each circuit power is made active, 3V power is input to pins 5/7 of IC102. 3V power is output as the power for the MODEMI-COM from pin 12 of IC102 to save its power consumption.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-52-2 Power FusesThe power supply from the battery DC JACK is supplied to six fuses on the MAIN P.C.B., through which the following six powervoltage are delivered.(1) UNREG 1 : FU3201 3V power source (LCD3V, A 3V, HA 3V, DVDD 3V, IRIS 3V, CAM 3V) 2.7V power source (SDRAM 2.7V, AVDD 2.7V, DIF 2.7V) 2.5V power source (DVDD 2.5V) 1.4V power source (DVDD 1.4V, MACS 1.4V, AVDD 1.4V) LCD drive power source (-8V, 8.5V, 15V) CCD drive power source (-7V, +15V)(2) P5/VTR UNREG : FU3202 4.7V power source (AA 4.7V, VIF 4.7V, HA 4.7V) 5V power source (POW 5V, LCD 5V) VCR UNREG(3) MECHA UNREG : FU3203 DRUM /CAPSTAN(4) DC/DC UNREG : FU3204 DC/DC CONVERTER(5) SHOE UNREG : FU3205 Accessory shoe power source(6) MI-COM UNREG : FU1801 MI-COM UNREG (BATTERY)Fig. 2-22 DC +5,6 BATT +* DM-MV650i E OnlyMAIN P.C.B.FU3201CN3201CN3202FU3204UNREG 1DC/DC UNREGFU3205SHOE UNREGFU3203MECHA UNREGFU1801MODEMI-COMMICOM UNREGFU3202P5 + VTR UNREGDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-62-3 Power Supply CircuitsFigure 2-3 shows the power supply circuits.The ON/OFF condition of each power supply voltage is controlled by the VTR ON signals output from the MODE MI-COM.Fig. 2-3IC3201DC/DC CONVERTERCONTROL DVDD 3VIRIS 3VCAM 3VLCD 3VLCD -10VLCD 8.5VREG.REG.6211PWM28305640PWMLCD 15VVTR ONSDRAM 2.7VDIF 2.7VAVDD 2.7VA 3VHA 3VQ3205MAIN P.C.B.316021Q3207REG.LPFP 5VHA 4.7VLPFLPFLPFLPFLCD 5VLPF VIF 4.7VLPFREG.REG.LPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPF MACS 1.4VLPFREG.PWMCH-5UNREGDRUM VMAA 4.7V5737Q3206REG.PWMCH-4UNREGCCD 15VCCD -7V645REG.PWMCH-8UNREGDVDD 1.4VAVDD 1.4VDVDD 2.5V5046Q3204IC3203IC3202IC3204REG.PWMCH-1CH-7CH-3UNREGCAP VM6115Q3208REG.PWMCH-6UNREGUNREGUNREGDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-73. Built-in Charger Circuit3-1 OutlineThe main circuit elements and their functions are as follows.(1) IC100 : MODE MI-COM Charging voltage and charging current control Detection and display of charging progress Error discrimination and display Battery type discrimination and DC jack input detection(2) IC 1802 : OPE AMP Signal amplification for detecting charging current(3) Q1802/Q1803 : MOS form FET Power supply changeover switch(4) Q1804/Q1805 : TRANSISTOR Trickle charge switchFig. 2-4CHAGEINIT CHG1INIT CHG2A/D IA/D VDC JACK DETDC JACK DETUNREG DETBATT ADBATT INFO ADQ1803Q1805Q1804Q1802IC1802CN32025,63,421BATT+BATT-BATT INFO ADBATT E3 BATT E3CN3201DCJACKBATTERYBDMAIN P.C.B.DCP.C.B.321DC J SWDC+DC-8889717390419987100IC100MODEMI-COM.IC103RESETDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-83-2 Operation at Charging3-2-1 Conditions To Start ChargingWhen the following conditions are satisfied, the MODE MI-COM (IC100) to start charging.Conditions Detection Source of detectionMain unit power is turned OFF. MODE MI-COM pin 76/77 POWER SWBattery is installed. MODE MI-COM pin 88 Battery D terminal(BATT INFO AD) (CN3202 pin 2)DC JACK is inserted. MODE MI-COM pin 71 DC JACK(DC JACK DET) (CN3201 pin 3)DC JACK input voltage is 8.40.3V. MODE MI-COM pin 87(BATT AD) DC JACKMODE MI-COM pin 73 (CN3201 pin 2)(UNREG DET)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-93-2-2 Progress of ChargingWhen the conditions described in 3-2-1 are satisfied, the MODE MI-COM starts charging according to the specifications in Fig.2-5.The charging current in quick charge can be restricted by CA-570.Fig. 2-5TOTAL TIMERQuick charge 1.525A 0.075ALED flashes once LED flashes twiceLED lights up steadilyUp to battery installed/removed and power turned ONCharging currentWhen battery voltage becomes 6.5V, quick charge starts.100mAADI detection voltage = 0.155VSpecified from D65 BP-Z: 10 min. BP-2Z: 10 min. BP-3Z: 10 min.1.1AADI detection voltage = 1.706V70mAADI detection voltage = 0.109VTorque 2 timer100 min. max.Error indicated and charging OFF at timeoutTorque 1 timer110 min. max.Error indicated and charging OFF at timeoutBATT V 5.2VINIT-CHG1 ONINIT-CHG2 OFFCHG OFFQuick charge timerError indicated and charging OFF at timeout* An error is indicated and charging is turned OFF if the battery voltage becomes 6.4V or lower during charging other than trickles 1 and 2.* An error is indicated and charging is turned OFF if the battery voltage becomes 5V or lower during charging trickle 2.* An error is indicated and charging is turned OFF if the charging voltage is 1.8A or higher (detected voltage > 2.7V).* Charging is turned OFF if the charging current is 70mA or lower.If the battery is not installed/removed after completion of charge, charging does not start unless the battery voltage becomes 7V or lower.* Charging is allowed to start provided that the UNREG voltage is 8.4 0.3V before starting the charging. Otherwise, an error is indicated.* Charging can be performed provided that the power is turned OFF.* If the DC JACK is detected, the charging is turned OFF when the power is turned ON (no power supplied from the battery).Lapsed timeBP-Z : 2HmaxBP-2Z : 4HmaxBP-3Z : 5HmaxTotal timerLED lit and charging ended at timeoutBP-Z : 6HmaxBP-2Z : 9HmaxBP-3Z : 12HmaxChargeended5.2V BATT V 6.5VINIT-CHG1 ONINIT-CHG2 ONCHG OFFBATT V 6.5VADI detection voltage1.706VINIT-CHG1 OFFINIT-CHG2 OFFCHG ONIf the battery voltage becomes 5.2V, the trickle 2 starts.350mA max.Trickle 150mA max.BATT V 8.0VADI detection voltage0.109VINIT-CHG1 OFFINIT-CHG2 OFFCHG OFF2-flash timerLED lit and charging ended at timeoutBP-Z : 2HmaxBP-2Z : 4HmaxBP-3Z : 8HmaxBATT V 6.5V0.155V ADI detection voltage1.706VINIT-CHG1 OFFINIT-CHG2 OFFCHG ONSupplementary timerLED lit and charging ended at timeoutBP-Z : 1HmaxBP-2Z : 1HmaxBP-3Z : 1HmaxBATT V 8.0V0.109V ADI detection voltage 0.155VINIT-CHG1 OFFINIT-CHG2 OFFCHG ONDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-104. Signal Processing Circuit4-1 Outline of Signal Processing CircuitFigure 2-6 shows the entire block diagram of the signal processing circuit and the flow of video and audio signals.Fig. 2-6LENSCCD P.C.B.CARDP.C.B.JACK P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B. LCDP.C.B.CAC P.C.B.MEMORYCARDIC1102MACSIC2100VIF2IC801AIF3IC802SP DRIVELCDCVFLCDIC1001CCDIC2303SDRAMIC903EVFDRIVEIC2000VRP2IC1101SDRAMIC2301VIC3IC501EVF DRIVEIC1002TG/CDS/AGC/ADUSBDIFFRMICOMMIN AVJACKDVTERMINALUSBTERMINALMICSPEAKERREC/PBHEADDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-114-2 Camera/Card Signal Processing4-2-1 Camera Motion Picture Recording4-2-2 Card Still Picture RecordingFig. 2-7JPEGJPEGAudioSynthesisCOMPDeformation, DrawingRENDCamera signal processingGRABCDS/AGC/AD/TGIC1002CARD IFproc resize nr VIC3IC2301FRMI-COMCCDIC1001IC110236MHz 10bit18MHzSDRAM IFAIFIC80132 bit64 Mbit SDRAMIC1101Fig. 2-8JPEGAudioSDRAM IFCARD IFproc resize nrVIC3IC2301SDCARDDMAFRMI-COMRAW YCC 1 YCC 2 AIFIC801USBCDS/AGC/AD/TGIC100236MHz 10bit18MHzCCDIC1001IC1102Camera signal processingGRAB64 Mbit SDRAMIC1101SynthesisCOMPDeformation, DrawingREND32 bitDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-124-2-3 Card Motion Picture Recording IC1001 1/6 inches interlaced CCD Complementary color filter Total number of pixels Approx. 680,000Effective number of pixels Tape : Approx. 340,000 / Card : Approx. 447,000 IC1002A signal read out of the CCD is extracted. Then, after the extracted signal is subjected to AGC processing and A/D conversion, itis output as a digital signal. IC1102Various camera signal processing operations (EIS, AWB, etc.) and digital effect processing operation are carried out.This circuit carries out various camera signal processing operations (EIS, AWB, etc.), and digital effect processing. It also performsmultimedia-application signal processing mainly for still image recording. Feature engine High-speed card interface JPEG Audio data compression (ADPCM) USB 1.1 function IC1101Field memory for camera signal processing and digital effect processingImage data memory for Memory card write/read operationFig. 2-9JPEGAudioCARD IFproc nrSDCARDDMAYCC 1 YCC 2 AIFIC801resizeSDRAM IFCDS/AGC/AD/TGIC100236MHz 10bit18MHzCCDIC1001IC1102Camera signal processingGRAB64 Mbit SDRAMIC1101SynthesisCOMPDeformation, DrawingREND32 bitVIC3IC2301FRMI-COMDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-134-3 Recorder Signal Processing< VIC3 >IC2301 The VIC, MI-COM, DIF INTERFACE and USB INTERFACE circuits are integrated on a single semiconductor chip. A/B DATA : Input in camera mode. B DATA is output and A DATA is input at playback. (MACS digital effect circuit is usedat playback.)The video data and signals input to VIC3 are subjected to digital VCR format signal processing. Audio data,subcode data and ITI data are also created at VIC3, and these signals are output to VRP2 as 41.85 Mbps data ofDV format. DIF : After conversion to digital data conforming to IEEE1394 standard, the data is output at DV terminal. At digitalinput, the data enters VIC3 signal processing circuit via the opposite route.< VRP2 >IC2000Recording data of 41.85 Mbps output from VIC3 is amplified at VRP2, and is recorded on magnetic tape while undergoing headswitching of CH-1, CH-2 with a switching pulse. At playback, the head output signal is amplified and sent to VIC3.< VIF2 >IC2100Y and C signals sent from VIC3 are output as Y, C signals for S terminal and composite video.At line input, input signals undergo level adjustment, sync signal separation and are output to VIC3.Fig. 2-10AV JACKS TERMINALCVFLCDLCDIC1102MACSVIDEOINTERFACEA DATAB DATAR,G,BD/A A/DIC2303SDRAMREC/PBPROCESSIC2100VIF2ECCCOMPRESSION/DEMOD.BUSIC2301VIC3VIC BLOCK DIF BLOCKMI-COM. BLOCKSDRAMINTERFACEDIFINTERFACEFR MI-COM.USB BLOCKUSB INTERFACEAUDIO INTERFACEIC2000VRP2DV TERMINALUSBTERMINALAVJACKIC801AIF3VIDEOHEADDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-144-4 Audio Signal Flow< AIF >IC801Carries out switching between internal and external microphones (by means of serial data from MODE MI-COM),plus ALC (AutoLevel Control), fading, and amplification of various output signals. For the beep tone issued at ejection, etc., the signal from the FRMI-COM is generated in the circuit and changed over in the AIF.The microphone amplifier, HPF, ALC, A/D, D/A, and digital I/F circuits are contained in this IC. It is also used for changeoverbetween ordinary voice sound and beep sound.< SPEAKER DRIVER >IC802This integrated circuit is used for speaker drive operation.Fig. 2-11IC802SPEAKERDRIVERFRMI-COM.IC801AIF3IC1102MACSIC2301VIC3IC2000VRP2+LLRLRL+RRMICHEADPHONEAVJACKLRBEEPEXTMICBEEPFR MI-COM.SPEAKERMEM IF CARD IFSDRAM CARDREC/PBHEADDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-155. System Control, Servo5-1 Outline of System Control, ServoFigure 2-12 shows the overall configuration of the system control & servo circuit, plus the flow of data. System control is per-formed by the FR MI-COM (IC2301) and MODE MI-COM (IC100) on MAIN P.C.B.Fig. 2-12DMC IIIMAIN P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.JACKP.C.B.CARDP.C.B.CAC P.C.B.HEADREMOTECONTROLSIGNALRECEIVERMFG/PGDRUMCAPSTANLOADINGFGMMIC1202IRISDRIVEIC901EEPROMIC902SERI/PARACONVERTERZOOM SWSTART/STOPSWPHOTO SWDIAL SWR-KEYEJECT SWPOWER SWIC903LCDDRIVERIC1501EVFDRIVERIC101EEPROMIC1701MOTORDRIVERIC3201DC/DCCONVERTERFRMI-COMIC1102MACSVICIC100MODEMI-COMIC2100VIF2IC801AIF3IC2000VRP2IC2300FLASHMEMORYCARDIC1002CDS AGCA/D TGLENSPWM D PWM CIC301MOTORDRIVERIC2301VIC3CAPSTANDRIVERDRUMDRIVERMODE SWC.DOWN SWBOT/EOTSENS.DEW REEL FGMICLOADINGDRIVERD-VSC-VSDFG/PGCFGDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-165-2 Major Functions of Each Microcomputer(1) FR MI-COM (IC2301 : VIC3)The FR MI-COM, as the nucleus of the system, carries out control of mode transition plus mechanism control through communi-cation with MODE MI-COM. It also detects of various sensors and switches (DMCIII). Following are the major functions. VIC (Video) VIF2 (Video Interface) control / AIF3 (Audio Interface) controls / DIF (Digital Interface) controls Control in accordance with IEEE1394 USB interface control DMC III mechanism control Card control CCD drive control AE, AF, AWB control EIS (Electric Image Stabilizer) control OSD (On Screen Display) bitmap control* The FR microcomputer in this machine does not have a dedicated EEPROM. Since a flash ROM is used for theFR microcomputer as a substitute for the EEPROM, it is required to update the flash ROM after adjustment anddata modification regarding the FR microcomputer.(2) MODE MI-COM (IC100)The MODE MI-COM is mainly in charge of the power-on sequence and charging control. Following are the major functions. Key input LCD / EVF control Remote control input Power ON/OFF control Built-in charge circuit control MIC (Memory In Cassette) control* In this machine, an EEPROM for the MODE microcomputer is mounted on the CAC P.C.B. instead of the MAINP.C.B.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-175-3 Servo ControlServo control is carried out by the VIC3 (VIC and FR MI-COM). The FR MI-COM is used for servo control of motor ON/OFF androtational direction, and the VIC is used to output rotational speed and phase control signals. More specifically in terms of signalflow, the VIC detects the FG/PG and PB-RF signals from the motor, and sends the detected signal information to the FR MI-COM.Then, the FR MI-COM generates an error signal to be output to the VIC. Thereafter, the VIC outputs an error signal (PWM), whichis driven on the MAIN P.C.B. for sending a control voltage to the motor driver IC.Fig. 2-13VIC3S REEL Hall SENSORLOADING MOTORDRUM MOTORCAPSTAN MOTORT REEL Hall SENSORLOAD ON/UNLOAD FRDERRLOAD+/LOAD-DMC IIIU/V/WUcoil/Vcoil/WcoilCFG2CAP VSCAP VMDRUM VSDRUM VMCERRDA CFGDA S REELDA T REELIC1301MO DRIVEDC/DCCONVERTERDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-185-4 Personal Computer Connection Mode (USB)In the card camera mode, an image signal produced in the camera section is sent to the memory card via the MACS. In the personalcomputer connection mode, the USB terminal and the memory card are connected through the USB controller.The FR MI-COM performs control of changeover between the card camera mode and the personal computer connection mode.Fig. 2-14Card camera mode of signal flowPersonal computer connection mode of signal flowIC1001CCDIC1002TG/CDSAGC/ADIC1102MACSIC2301VIC3MEMORYCARDUSBTERMINALStill PictureSignalProcessingFRMI-COMUSBCONTROLERIC1101SDRAMDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION2-195-5 Error DetectionIf an abnormality has been occurred in any rotation drive system (drum, capstan, reel, loading), a relevant mode enters. The LCDindicates PLEASE UNLOAD THE CASSETTE and blinks EJECT.5-5-1 Error Detecting ConditionsThe following table gives error detecting conditions.5-5-2 Processing after Error DetectionThe following table gives processing after error detection. Pop up : Error displayerror eject pop up error clear Error stop : Error displaySTOP position (not cleared unless EJECTED)Cassette in Loading DuringloadingLoadingcompletedDuring tape running During modeDrum error Pop up Pop up Error stop Error stop Error stop Error stopCapstan error Pop up ------- Error stop Error stop Error stop Error stopReel error ------- ------- Error stop Error stop Error stop Error stopLoading error Pop up Pop up Error stop Error stop ------- Error stopKind Condition DetectionDrum error Error detecting mode Starting / steady D-FGFG frequency when steady 900HzError detecting level Starting: Beyond 80-150%.Steady : 30% max.Error detecting time Starting : 5sec.Steady : 0.5sec.Capstan error Error detecting mode Starting / steady C-FGFG frequency when steady 1347HzError detecting level Starting : 80% max.Steady : 60Hz max.Error detecting time Starting : 2sec.Steady : 2sec.Reel error Error detecting mode Starting / Normal / UNLOAD T, S-REEL FGError detection Normally : The C-FG count per reel FG cycle is C-FGStarting : More than 3294Steady : More than 2256UNLOAD : Reel FG half cycle is 1 sec or more (Take-up reel only for both)Loading error Error detecting mode Mode transfer Mode SWError detection Mode transfer time STANDBY-STOP : 6sec STANDBY-POPUP : 3sec STOP-PLAY : 3secCHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTSCONTENTS1. List of Maintenance Tools and Supplies --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-11-1 List of Maintenance Tools ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-11-2 List of Supplies ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3-12. Setting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-22-1 Setting A -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-22-2 Setting B -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-33. Service Modes --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-43-1 Outline ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-43-2 How to Change Over to Service Mode --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-43-3 How to Operate Wireless Remote Controller in Service Mode ----------------------------------------------------------------- 3-53-4 Indication in Service Mode ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-64. Description of Service Modes --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-74-1 Error Rate ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 3-74-2 Mechanical Error Indication --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-84-2-1 Mechanical Error Normal Mode ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-84-2-2 Mechanical Error Analysis Mode ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-94-3 Cleaning Mode -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-104-4 Commands Particular to Camera ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-104-5 Checking the Lens Resetting ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-114-6 Functional Check of Control Keys and Switches -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-114-6-1 MODE MI-COM Input Port --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3-114-6-2 MODE MI-COM A/D Port ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-124-6-3 FR MI-COM Input Port --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-124-6-4 FR MI-COM A/D Port ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-125. Service Hints ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-135-1 Arrangement of Circuit Boards -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-135-2 Location of Main Elements ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-145-3 Current Consumption Check -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-166. Trouble Shooting -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-176-1 Power Supply -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-176-2 Camera Picture Faulty ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-186-3 Faulty of Playback Picture ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-196-4 Startup Window Setting -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-207. Mechanical Error Applicability Table -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3-21DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-11. List of Maintenance Tools and Supplies1-1 List of Maintenance Tools1-2 List of SuppliesItem Name Item Number Purpose Remarks Alignment Tape, (Color bar master/PAL) DY9-1381-00 Recorder electrical adjustment Alignment Tape (tracking) DY9-1379-000 Running adjustment DMC IIICassette Torque Gauge for DV DY9-1346-000 Running adjustment DMC IIIDV Cleaning Tape (hard) DY9-1384-000 Head cleaning DMC IIIDriver bit for tape path adjustment DY9-2053-000 Tape path adjustment DMC IIIColor bar chart DY9-2002-000 Camera electrical adjustment Color Viewer 5600 K for 220V DY9-2039-220 Camera electrical adjustment (for 220V) Color Viewer 5600 K for 240V DY9-2039-240 Camera electrical adjustment (for 240V)Lamp for Color Viewer 5600K DY9-2040-000 ReplacementFilter, CCA W1246mm DY9-2046-000 Camera electrical adjustment CASSETTE, SERVICE MODE DY9-1386-000 Service mode, electrical adjustment NEWEXTENSION CONNECTOR (20pin) DY9-1387-000 Test pin extended NEWItem Name Item Number Purpose Remarks Grease FLOIL C-1Z DY9-3039-000 Lubrication DMC IIILogenest Lambda A-74 CY9-8102-000 Lubrication LensGrease GE-C9 CY9-8043-000 Lubrication LensGrease FLOIL 948P DY9-3051-000 Lubrication DMC IIIHanal FL-778 DY9-3026-000 Lubrication CoverHanal KS-39M DY9-3053-000 Lubrication CoverDia Bond No. 1663G CY9-8129-000 Adhesive LCDSponge (W H T : 300mm 200mm 6mm) DY9-4001-000 General-purpose vibration isolating/sound absorbing material Adhesive Tape, No.354E DY9-3032-000 General-purpose adhesive tape (W L T : 9mm 50m 0.15mm, UL type)Adhesive Tape, No. 501F DY9-3034-000 General-purpose (W L T : 10mm 50m 0.16mm, UL type) double-side-coated adhesive tape Sheet, Shield (W H : 250mm 250mm) DY9-3036-000 General-purpose shield material DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-22. Setting(1) Adjustments other than DMC-III : Perform adjustments in the product state.(2) Tracking adjustment (DMC-III) and Envelope check : Perform them with the Setting A.(3) Adjustments related to DMC-III other than Tracking adjustment, tape path system check and tape path system cleaning : Performthem with the Setting B.2-1 Setting AEnvelope Check)(1) Detach the Lithium Battery Cover.(2) Connect the extension connector (DY9-1387-000) toCN2900.(3) Observe the PB-RF waveform output from the extension con-nectorTracking Adjustment)(1) Remove the CASSETTE COVER referring to Fig. 3-2 (a).(2) When the posts are going to be adjusted, eject and remove the cassette once and perform the prospective adjustment as shown inFig. 3-2 (b).(3) Repeat the observation of the PB-RF waveform and the prospective adjustment until fluctuation of envelope is re-moved.Note : When the tracking adjustment is going to be performed, refer to Chapter 2-8 on page 4-48 : Tape Path Adjustment.Pin No. Signal Designation7 GND19 SWP21 GND23 PBRFExtension connector (DY9-1387-000)Fig. 3-1DY9-1387-000Fig. 3-2(a) (b) 2 2CASSETTE COVER ADJUSTMENT DRIVERDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-32-2 Setting B(1) Remove the FRONT COVER, REAR COVER, LEFT COVER UNIT, RIGHT COVER UNIT and JACK P.C.B. referring toChapter 4-1: Disassembling and Reassembling.Note 1 : Referring to Fig.3-3, connect the required cables.Note 2 : Observe the signal in the same manner as that for setting A.Note 3 : For EJECT, select the service mode and use the wireless remote controller.(Note : Same manner for recorder keys)Fig. 3-3MONITOR TVWIRELESS CONTROLLERCA-570LEFT COVER UNITJACK P.C.B.CN2101CN3201REAR COVER UNITCN101DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-43. Service Modes3-1 Outline(1) The service mode in this equipment uses the wireless remote controller. (To be used in remote control code 2)(2) For changeover to the service mode, a dedicated tool (CASSETTE, SERVICE MODE: DY9-1386-000) is required in addition tothe wireless remote controller.(3) Mode changeover is available between the service mode and the normal mode using the Audio dubbing and SLOW keys of thewireless remote controller.As long as power is ON, the service mode is available even if the CASSETTE, SERVICE MODE is removed.(4) In the service mode, changeover of the main unit operation mode can be handled using the keys on the main unit and the remote controlmode 1.(5) In the service mode, safety functions such as for mechanical error detection, DEW detection and low voltage detection are canceled.(6) In the service mode, the LCD mirror function is canceled.3-2 How to Change Over to Service Mode(1) Cassette for changeover to service mode (DY9-1386-000)Set the ((CASSETTE, SERVICE MODE)) in the equipmentand load the data.(2) Press the Dubbing key on the wireless remote controllerthat is set at Remote controller code 2.* To changeover to Remote controller code 2, pressRemote controller setting and Zoom T keys si-multaneously for 2 sec.* The remote controller code setting on the DVC mainunit is operable both at remote controller codes 1and 2.(3) Now the changeover to the service mode has been completedand the SERVICE MODE appears on the screen.* Pressing the SLOW key performs the changeoverto the normal mode from the service mode.As long as the power supply is ON, the service modeis available by setting the Audio dubbing key evenif the cassette for transfer to service mode is re-moved.Fig. 3-4DY9-1386-000Fig. 3-5DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-53-3 How to Operate Wireless Remote Controller in Service Mode(1) To use the wireless remote controller in the service mode, set it at Remote controller code 2.* To changeover to Remote controller code 2, press the Remote controller setting and Zoom T keys simulta-neously for 2 sec.Fig. 3-6 3. START/STOP 2. SLOW 1. DUBBING 5. SEARCH - 4. SERCH + 8. FF11. PLAY 6. FRAME +14. 212. STOP10. SERCH SELECT 9. REW 7. FRAME -13. PAUSERemote ControllerCode 2 settingNo. Key Designation (in Normal Mode) Key Designation (in Service Mode) Function1 DUBBING SERVICE MODE Change over to service mode2 SLOW NORMAL MODE Change over to normal mode3 START/STOP CS+ Increases CS by 1.4 SEARCH + FUNCTION + Increases FUNCTION by 1.5 SEARCH - FUNCTION - Decreases FUNCTION by 1.6 FRAME + HIGH ADDRESS + Increases HIGH ADDRESS by 1.7 FRAME - HIGH ADDRESS - Decreases HIGH ADDRESS by 1.8 FF ADDRESS + Increases ADDRESS by 1.9 REW ADDRESS - Decreases ADDRESS by 1.10 SEARCH SELECT MODE SELECT Change over to RD/WR mode11 PLAY DATA + Increases DATA by 1.12 STOP DATA - Decreases DATA by 1.13 PAUSE STORE Defines/w rites DATA.14 2 EJECT Performs EJECT.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-63-4 Indication in Service ModeShown below are the indications in the service mode.1. Indicates that the service mode is currently selected. (SERV)2. MODE : Indicates the MODE currently selected. (RD/WR/ST)3. Indicates for which block the command is specified. (MA,MD, CA, CD, etc.)4. CS : Indicates the Chip Select currently specified. (0~F)5. Function : Indicates the Function currently selected. (00~FF)6. ADDR : Indicates the ADDRESS currently selected. (0000~FFFF)7. DT : Indicate, in hexadecimal representation, the DATA currently being read or set. (00~FF)8. Indicates the mechanical status. (POPUP, STBY, LOAD1, LOAD2, STOP, PLAY)9. Indicates the absolute track No.10. Indicates the mechanical error. (Main power supply backup)11. Indicates mechanical error history (LITHIUM 3V battery backup)12. Indicates the version of the MAIN program in the FR MI-COM.13. Indicates the version of the MODE MI-COM.14. Indicates the version of the CAMERA program in the FR MI-COM.15. Indicates the version of the CARD program in the FR MI-COM.16. E0 : Indicates the error rate of the track that is traced in the CH0 (Low ch) head.17. E1 : Indicates the error rate of the track that is traced in the CH1 (High ch) head.18. Data Write status (00: READ mode, 04 : Write preparation, OC : Write execution)Fig. 3-714235 678 910111213141516 1718DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-74. Description of Service Modes4-1 Error Rate(1) A VIDEO error rate (VIDEO + AUDIO) and an AUDIO error rate can be checked.(2) Note that the error rate is worsened on occurrence of failure in tape running, deterioration of tape, decreased in head output, failurein head amplifier, improper drum shield, etc.An average error rate on 64-track AUDIO+VIDEO sector is indi-cated in exponential representation.Example) 25 is indicated:Error rate = 210 -5To read error rate of AUDIO track, follow the procedures in thetable below.The number of erroneous sync block of 64-track AUDIO syncblocks is indicated in two hexadecimal digits.(FF limitation is imposed on a value exceeding 255.)Example) 23is indicated:Number of erroneous sync blocks = 35ImportantAfter the adjustment, set the DT to the product setting . (press STORE key at 1 of STEP 1 state.)In the product specifications, the error rate on both chan-nels in self -recording LP playback is as follows :Error rate =28H or less(Number of erroneous sync blocks = 40 or less)Fig. 3-8Low ch. High ch. EO 2 5 E1 2 10-5Fig. 3-9Low ch. High ch.(hexadecimal)(decimal) AO 2 3 A1 2(2 16)+ 3 = 353STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationCS Function ADDR MODE DT1 1) Make setting shown at right. 0 10 001D ST 0003 Product setting 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD 03 Audio error rate indication Remarks) Selecting DT back to "0"makes a return to Audio + Video error rate.MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-84-2 Mechanical Error Indication(1) On occurrence of a mechanical error, the conditions of the error can be checked in the service mode. (Normal indication mode andanalysis mode available)(2) In the normal indication mode of the mechanical error, two types of indications appear on the service mode initial screen: the dataindication retained only by the main battery and the error history data indication backed up by LITHIUM 3V.(3) The data backed up by the LITHIUM 3V can be reset by the STEP-1 operation shown below.(4) For changeover to the mechanical error analysis mode, perform the STEP-2 operation shown below.4-2-1 Mechanical Error Normal ModeFig. 3-10Relevant errors are highlighted in purple.EBDCSTLD: TAPE END: TAPE TOP: DRUM ERROR: CAPSTAN ERROR: S-REEL ERROR: T- REEL ERROR: LOADING MTR ERROR: DEW ERRORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationCS Function ADDR MODE DT1 1) Make setting shown at right. 0 08 0008 ST 00 Error data held only in the POWER-ON2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD state is indicated. 2 1) Make setting shown at right. 0 10 0079 ST 012) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD Service screen change.MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-94-2-2 Mechanical Error Analysis ModeBy following the steps (1) through (4) shown below, the Sequence in which the error has occurred can be checked in addition to thetype of the mechanical error.(1) First of all, check the Sequence that matches the data (1), referring to Address in the mechanical error applicability table.(2) For the applicable Sequence in 1 above, if S reel error detection sensitivity level (CEh or 8Dh) is listed in the Sreel subfield ofthe Mecha Error field, compare it with the data (2). If the data (2) is above the S reel error detection sensitivity level listed, theerror history indication should be S reel error.(3) For the applicable Sequence in 1 above, if T reel error detection sensitivity level (CEh or 8Dh) is listed in the Treel subfield ofthe Mecha Error field, compare it with the data (3). If the data (3) is above the T reel error detection sensitivity level listed, theerror history should be T reel error.(4) Unless S or T reel error is determined in step 2 or 3 above, the error history should be the error condition specified in the Mechani-cal Error Applicablity Table field marked with .Note : If a multiple number of items are specified, any of the applicable items should have occurred.The DEW errors can be identified according to whether or not there is dew indication at an occurrence of anerror.* The reference table of actual mechanical errors is given at the end of Chapter 3. (See 7: Mechanical ErrorTable on p. 3-21.)Fig. 3-111. Address of the sequence that was under execution in the event of an error. (information of the control status.)2. S reel error detection data in the event of an error.3. T reel error detection data in the event of an error.132DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-104-3 Cleaning ModeWhen cleaning the head with hard-type cleaning tape (DY9-1384-000), set up the cleaning mode according to the procedure givenbelow.Note : After head cleaning, be sure to restore the settings to normal.4-4 Commands Particular to Camera(1) The commands particular to camera are provided for checking the operation.(2) Make preparation according to the table below and carry out the desired commands particular to camera.(3) To restore any setting back to the original status, press the PAUSE key (STORE) for each item again in the ST mode.Turning the power OFF/ON resets all the settings.STEP PROCEDURE MONITOR Microcomputer operation CS Function ADDR MODE DT1 1) Make setting shown at right. 0 10 0111 ST --2) Increases DT by 2. -- (Change bit-02 to 1 from 0.) (Example: 80 82)3) Perform STORE. (Press PAUSE key. RD -- Completion of cleaning mode setup 2 1) Change over to the normal mode and turn OFF the power supply. Resetting of cleaning mode STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation CAM SPECIAL COMMAND CS Function ADDR MODE DTWB SET 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3300 ST --2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- WB is set. WB 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3301 ST --LOCK 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- WB is locked. WB 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3302 ST --TURBO 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- WB high-speed setting mode WB 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3303 ST --OUTDOOR 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- WB outdoor modeWB 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3304 ST --INDOOR 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- WB indoor modeIRIS 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3305 ST --OPEN 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- The iris is opened forcibly. IRIS 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3306 ST --CLOSE 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- The iris is closed forcibly. AGC 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3307 ST --MAX 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- A value of AGC gain is maximized. AGC 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3308 ST --MIN 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- A value of AGC gain is minimized.COLOR 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 3309 ST --BAR 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- Outputs color bar from MACS.White 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 330A ST --100% 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- Outputs white 100% from MACS.White 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 08 330B ST --50% 2) Execute STORE. (Press PAUSE.) RD -- Outputs white 50% from MACS.MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-114-5 Checking the Lens Resetting(1) Setting the address according to the table below allows to check whether the lens resetting is ended or not.(2) If the DATA (in hexadecimal representation) is D0 or D4, the lens has been reset.* In case of 40 or 44, the zoom lens has not yet been reset.* In case of 80 or 84, the focus lens has not yet been reset.4-6 Functional Check of Control Keys and Switches(1) The MODE and FR MI-COM terminals can be checked in the service mode. With this function, the key-related operations and theconnections between the keys and the MI-COM terminals can be checked in the product state.(2) Perform the check in the RD mode.4-6-1 MODE MI-COM Input PortSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationCS Function ADDR MODE DT1 1) Make setting shown at right. 2 00 4663 RD -- RAM data indicationMONITORSTEP NAME DESCRIPTION CS Function ADDR DATA BIT REMARK1 V3ToM PC PC mode communication:PC mode start 1 01 000A 425 Li3V Detect Detection of decrease in lithium 1 01 0007 3battery voltage64 PANEL Open SW LCD open detection 1 01 0002 665 PANEL B/T SW LCD reverse detection 1 01 0002 566 EJECT SW EJECT detection 1 01 0002 467 Cassette IN SW Cassette IN detection 1 01 0002 368 Photo SW Full pressing of Photo SW 1 01 0002 269 Half Photo SW Halfway pressing of Photo SW 1 01 0002 170 START/STOP Trigger SW 1 01 0002 071 DC J DET DC JACK detection 1 01 0002 775 PAE/GREEN SW PAE mode select SW 1 01 0001 376 VTR POWER SW VCR mode SW 1 01 0001 277 CAM POWER SW Camera mode SW 1 01 0001 178 T/C PW SW Tape/Card SW 1 01 0001 079 SDET S terminal detection 1 01 0000 7DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-124-6-2 MODE MI-COM A/D Port4-6-3 FR MI-COM Input Port4-6-4 FR MI-COM A/D PortSTEP NAME DESCRIPTION CS Function ADDR REMARK87 Batt A/D Battery voltage 1 02 0007Battery type 0033 3465 6699 9ACD CEFFBatt BP-535 BP-522 BP-511 BP-508Not /51289 A/D V Charge voltage 1 02 000590 A/D I Charge current 1 02 000491 KEY AD0 KEY A/D0 1 02 000392 KEY AD1 KEY A/D1 1 02 000202 0000002BREW2C66MENU67A6MENU execution95 KEY AD3 KEY A/D3 102 0001002BSTOP2C66FF67A6PLAY/PAUSE93 KEY AD2 KEY A/D2 1Not observableNot observable002BCARDMIX2C66SELF002BDE ON/OFF2C66DE SELAD DATA00FFBattery voltage value88 Batt Info A/D 1 02 0006STEP NAME DESCRIPTION CS Function ADDR DATA BIT REMARK9 EXT DET External microphone detection 0 01 0000 7 (Audio. C)107 AV DET AV jack detect 0 01 0004 3338 USB DET USB Detect 0 01 0009 5268 REC PROOF Tape recording inhibited 0 01 000A 4214 CARD PRO Card recording inhibited 0 01 000A 2STEP NAME DESCRIPTION CS Function ADDR REMARK339 SHOE ID1 AA SHOE ID1 0 02 000E48 CASE IN Cassette detection 0 02 000C Cassette Cassetteinserted not inserted216 CARD DET CARD detection 0 02 000A Card Cardinserted not inserted137 TEMD Lens thermometer output 0 02 0008285 ZOOMKEY Zoom key output 0 02 0007 TELE WIDEside side217 I ENC IRIS ENC output 0 02 0006 Open340 Y GYRO YAW side GYRO output 0 02 000550 P GYRO PITH side GYRO output 0 02 0004138 DEW AD DEW detection 0 02 0003218 MSW AD Mechanical position 0 02 0002286 TAPE END Ending detection 0 02 0001341 TAPE TOP Beginning detection 0 02 0000AD DATA00FFSmall diaphragmIntermediateDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-135. Service Hints5-1 Arrangement of Circuit BoardsThe printed circuit boards are arranged as shown below.Fig.3-12JACK P.C.B.OPERATION KEYEJECT P.C.B.R-KEY P.C.B.D SW2 P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.DC P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-145-2 Location of Main ElementsFig. 3-13IC301MOTOR DRIVEIC2000VRP2IC2301VIC3IC2300FLASHIC1102MACSIC8034V REGULATORIC1101SDRAMIC801AUDIO INTERFACEIC802SP DRIVERIC32022.7V REGULATORIC32034.7V REGULATORIC2302SDRAMIC3201DC/DC CONVERTERCONTROLIC103RESETIC100MODE MI-COMIC1802OPE/AMPIC32042.5V REGULATORIC2100VIF2IC102BACKUPIC300OPE AMPMAIN P.C.B.FU1801FU3205FU3201FU3202FU3204FU3203DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-15Fig. 3-14CAC P.C.B.JACK P.C.B. LCD P.C.B.IC1701MOTOR DRIVEIC1002TG/CDS/AGC/ADIC1601P SENSOR GYROIC1502EEPROMIC1501EVF DRIVERIC1602Y SENSOR GYROIC901EEPROMIC902SERI/PARA CONVERTERIC903LCD DRIVEIC4201DC/DC CONVERTER CONTROLIC1202IRIS DRIVEIC1001V-DRIVERDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-165-3 Current Consumption CheckThe following table shows the specified value of current consumption in each status.Measurement condition : Product status, camera auto mode(AF,IS OFF), LCD ON (Approx. 0.1A each smaller in case of CVF)Preset voltage : 7.4VPOWER SW MODE Current consumption (A)CAMERA REC PAUSE 0.46REC 0.51VCR STOP 0.45PLAY 0.54POWER OFF 0.3 (mA)DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-176. Trouble ShootingTo detect the failure part for repair, if any, use the following hints and check points.6-1 Power SupplyWhen the power source is attached, the unit enters the standby mode in the following sequences.Main power is connected. UNREG is supplied to the MAIN P.C.B. MODE microcomputer starts up. MODE microcomputeroutputs VCR ON H signal. PWM driver starts up and turns on each power supply. Establishes communication with the FRmicrocomputer. FR microcomputer initializes recorder mechanical chassis. After initialized, the MODE MI-COM is brought intothe standby status with the VCR ON changed to VCR Low.After that, the power supply is turned ON by the following procedures.Power supply mode switch operation After MODE MI-COM is accepted, VCR ON H is output. The PWM driver is started toturn on various power supplies. The FR MI-COM is started to control the system.1) Key InputsCheck the key inputs at Power Switch in the SERVICE mode.2) Check of microcomputer-to-microcomputer communicationIf the microcomputer-to-microcomputer communication line is normal, the version number of each microcomputer can be indi-cated in the service mode. Otherwise, the communication line or microcomputer may be faulty.3) Error in Mechanism (P. 3-8)If any error is occurred by mechanism trouble at initializing, the error can be detected.At this state, the power can be turned on, but the unit enters ERROR STOP state. In this case, check the error data in theSERVICE mode.4) VCR ON H, CAM ON H (control signal from MODE microcomputer) OutputsCheck the output of control signal by the LANC remote controller.5) Fuses on the POWER SUPPLY P.C.B.Check the continuity of the fuses FU3201, 3202, 3203, 3204, 3205 and 1801 on the MAIN P.C.B. In case of NG, replace the fuseand check the power consumption.6) Replace the MAIN P.C.B. with a service part and check the operation.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-186-2 Camera Picture FaultyA flow of camera picture (EE) is as below.CCD CAC P.C.B. MAIN P.C.B. (MACS VIC3VIF2) JACK P.C.B.1) Check of lens reset (p.3-11)If no camera picture appears, check if the lens has been reset by means of the service mode. In case of NG, check the lens.2) Check of blue back outputIf the blue back is confirmed, the signal line subsequent to VIC3 is considered to be OK.3) Check of MACS generation signal (white 100% or color bar) (P.3-10)The white 100% or color bar signals are generated by the MACS on the MAIN P.C.B. In the service mode, if the output of the white100% or color bar signal is attained, the signal line subsequent to MACS is considered to be OK.4) Check of CCD outputThe CCD output is sampled by IC1002 (TG/CDS/AGC/AD). Check the signal.5) Check by command particular to camera (p.3-10)Check the operation of White balance, AGC, IRIS, etc. in the service mode.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-196-3 Faulty of Playback PictureIn the DV, degradation of picture quality normally appears on the screen as block noise. This is because, if an error occurs exceeding theability of the error correction circuit, the block by block information of pictures is not played back properly and thus complemented bythe previous picture information. Normally, such block noise appears on the screen when the error rate has considerably been degradeddue to the degraded tape or the lowered head output, etc. Be sure to check the playback picture quality by the error rate.1) Deterioration of Tape QualityCheck if flaws, kinks, etc. are found on a magnetic face of tape or not, and compare it with the error rate of other unit.2) Error Rate (P. 3-7)In the service mode, check an error rate of self-recording/LP playback. The specified allowable error rate is 2 10-5.In case of NG, take the following procedure.(1) Observe a playback envelope. If it is abnormal, carry out tape-path adjustment.(2) Run a cleaning tape.Use the cleaning tape of hard type (DY9-1384-000).[Playback time]Hard cleaning tape (DY9-1384-000) : After replacement of the drum unit 25 secondsFor cleaning 25 seconds per time, Up to three times* When using hard-type cleaning tape, select the cleaning mode on the product main unit.(Refer to 4-3 - Cleaning Mode, p. 3-10.)(3) Check the error rate again.If the error rate is out of the specified range, clean the tape drive parts (posts, drum) using cleaning paper moistened withalcohol.* Take care not to damage the head.* Do not touch the head with bare hand.(4) Check the error rate again.If the error rate is out of the specified range, replace the tape with a new one and check the error rate again. At this step, use atape (must be Panasonic LP tape) which has been purchased at a different time. The error rate may become worse due toinconsistent quality or aging of the tape.(5) Check the error rate again.If the error rate is out of the specified range, replace the drum unit.(6) Check the error rate again.If the error rate is out of the specified range, replace the mechanical unit.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-206-4 Startup Window SettingThe startup window (user setting) contains a default image* at shipment from the factory. If any other image is written over the defaultimage, it is deleted completely. So, be cautious in such cases as MAIN P.C.B. replacement.* Default image (Image file : Contained in 7. Appendix.)User SettingDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-217. Mechanical Error Applicability TableThe address data in the mechanical error applicability table varies depending on the version of the FR MI-COM. Check the MI-COMversion, and refer to the mechanical error applicability table relevant to the MI-COM version.Mechanical Error Applicability Table (for MAIN program version C204 in FR MI-COM)Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0A90E4 MechaLMOEmerg Loading error being stopped - - - - -0A9268 ResetMechaGAP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - -0A9398 ResetMechaSTOP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - - -0A9476 ResetMechaPLAY At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A95AA ResetMechaPOPUP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - -0A9662 ResetMechaLD1 At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A97EE ResetMechaLD2 At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A9990 ResetMecha0020 At P. ON, changeover to mechanical reset end - - - - - -0A9E70 MechaDoneToEjectEmerg Error EJECT - - - - -0A9F5E MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0010 Error EJECT - - - -0AA07A MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0020 Error EJECT - - - -0AA146 MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0100 Error EJECT - - - - - -0AA1C0 MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0200 Error EJECT - - - - -0AA26A MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0210 Error EJECT - - - - - -0AA500 MechaDoneToEject Error EJECT - - - -0AA94A MechaStopToEject0020 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AAAC6 MechaStopToEject0030 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AACD6 MechaStopToEject0040 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AAE32 MechaStopToEject0050 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AAF06 MechaStopToEject0060 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AAF98 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0010 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - -0AB05A MechaStopToEjectNoCas0020 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB11C MechaStopToEjectNoCas0030 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB1D4 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0040 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB29C MechaStopToEjectNoCas0050 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB71A MechaStopLoop Stop - - - - - 0AB7EA MechaEjectToStop Tape loading start - - - 0ABD36 MechaEjectToStop0020 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - 0ABF0A MechaEjectToStop0030 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AC0B6 MechaEjectToStop0200 Tape being loaded (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AC17E MechaEjectToStop0210 Tape being loaded (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AC3E4 MechaEjectToStop0100 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - - -0AC472 MechaEjectToStop0110 Blank search start - - - - 0AC4CE MechaEjectToStop0111 Tape loading end (Tape inserted) - - - - - -0AC516 MechaEjectToStop0120 Blank search start - - - - 0AC658 MechaEjectToStop0124 Blank search start - - - 8Dh - 0AC6E0 MechaEjectToStop0128 Blank search start - - - - 0AC83A MechaEjectToStop0130 Blank being searched - - 8Dh - - 0AC9AC MechaEjectToStop0132 Changeover to blank search end - - - - - -0ACA16 MechaEjectToStop0133 Changeover to blank search end - 8Dh 8Dh - 0ACE8A MechaEjectToStop0136 Changeover to blank search end - - - - 0AD05E MechaEjectToStop0137 Changeover to blank search end - - 8Dh - 0AD102 MechaEjectToStop0138 Changeover to blank search end - - - 8Dh - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-22Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0AD172 MechaEjectToStop0139 Changeover to blank search end - - - - - -0AD218 MechaEjectToStop0140 Changeover to blank search end - - - - 0AD3C4 MechaEjectToStop0180 Changeover to blank search end - - - - -0AD4C2 MechaFFToStop Changeover : FF STOP - - - 8Dh 0AD6EE MechaRewToStop Changeover : REW STOP - 8Dh - 0ADA2E MechaRecPauseToStop Changeover : Rec Pause STOP - CEh - 0ADD9C MechaPlayToStop Changeover : PLAY STOP - - - 8Dh 0ADEB0 MechaStillToStop Changeover : Still STOP - CEh - 0AE274 MechaXToEnd Start of processing at end of tape - - - - 0AE5C6 MechaXToEnd0010 Processing at end of tape - - 8Dh - - 0AE64A MechaXToEnd0020 Processing at end of tape - 8Dh - - 0AEB0C MechaXToEnd0030 Processing at end of tape - - - - -0AEC04 MechaTopLoop Processing at beginning of tape - - - - - 0AEC6C MechaXToTop Start of processing at beginning of tape - - - - -0AEEA0 MechaXToTop0020 Processing at beginning of tape - - - 8Dh 0AF146 MechaFFLoop FF - - - 8Dh - 0AF1F4 MechaFFSlowToFF Changeover : FF 9.5 30 - - - 8Dh - 0AF2C6 MechaFFToFFSlow Changeover : FF 30 9.5 - - - 8Dh - 0AF372 MechaHSCueToFFSlow Changeover : CUE FF - - - 8Dh - 0AF3FE MechaStopToFFSlow Changeover : STOP FF - - 0AF62A MechaRewLoop REW - - 8Dh - - 0AF6D8 MechaRewSlowToRew Changeover : REW 9.5 30 - - 8Dh - - 0AF7AA MechaRewToRewSlow Changeover : REW 30 9.5 - - 8Dh - - 0AF856 MechaHSRevToRewSlow Changeover : REV REW 9.5 - - 8Dh - - 0AF902 MechaStopToRewSlow Changeover : STOP REW - 0AFC12 MechaRecLoop Rec - - - 8Dh - 0AFC8E MechaRecPauseToRec Rec start - - - - - -0B000A MechaRecPauseToRec0010 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B0090 MechaRecPauseToRec0012 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B01B2 MechaRecPauseToRec0015 Changeover to Rec start - - - - 0B0338 MechaRecPauseToRec0020 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B052C MechaRecPauseLoop Rec PAUSE - - - - - -0B058A MechaStopToRecPause Changeover : STOP REC - - 0B0702 MechaStopToRecPause0010 Changeover : STOP REC - - - - - -0B0860 MechaESFStillToRecPause Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - - - -0B08D2 MechaESRStillToRecPause Changeover to Rec search RVS end - CEh - - 0B0B2A RecEndingSequence Changeover to Rec end - - - - - -0B0D08 RecEndingSequence0010 Changeover to Rec end - - - - 0B0FFE RecEndingSequence0030 Changeover to Rec end - - - - 0B115E RecEndingSequence0050 Changeover to Rec end - - - - - -0B141E MechaPlayLoop PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B14B0 MechaStopToPlay Changeover : STOP PLAY - - 0B15DC MechaStopTopToPlay Changeover : STOP PLAY - - 0B1716 MechaStopTopToPlay0010 Changeover : STOP PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B17F0 MechaStopTopToPlay0020 Changeover : STOP PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B1880 MechaStillFwdToPlay Changeover : Still PLAY - - - - 0B1B40 MechaFwd1xToPlay Capstan 1 being rotated - - - 8Dh - 0B1D20 MechaFwd1xLoop Capstan 1 being rotated - - - 8Dh - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-23Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B1DBC MechaPlayToFwd1x PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B1E1E MechaFwd2xToFwd1x Changeover : capstan 2 1 - - - 8Dh - 0B2022 MechaStillFwdToFwd1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B22A8 MechaStillRvsToFwd1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B24F0 MechaStillRvsToFwd1x0010 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B25B0 MechaStillRvsToFwd1x0020 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B294E MechaRvs1xLoop Capstan 1 being rotated - - 8Dh - - 0B29B4 MechaRvs2xToRvs1x Changeover : capstan 2 1 - - 8Dh - - 0B2A18 MechaStillRvsToRvs1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B2BDE MechaStillFwdToRvs1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B2E06 MechaStillFwdToRvs1x0010 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B2EC6 MechaStillFwdToRvs1x0020 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B30E4 MechaFwd2xLoop Capstan 2 being rotated - - - 8Dh - 0B314A MechaFwd1xToFwd2x Changeover : capstan 1 2 rotation - - - 8Dh - 0B31DA MechaCueToFwd2x CUE end - - - 8Dh - 0B32FA MechaRvs2xLoop Capstan 2 being rotated - - 8Dh - - 0B3360 MechaRvs1xToRvs2x Changeover : capstan 1 2 - - 8Dh - - 0B33C4 MechaRevToRvs2x Changeover to REV end - - 8Dh - - 0B34CE MechaCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3534 MechaFwd2xToCue Changeover to CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B35FE MechaHSCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3664 MechaFFToHSCue Changeover : FF CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B38D0 MechaLCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3936 MechaFFToLCue Changeover : FF CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3B5C MechaReviewLoop REV - - 8Dh - - 0B3BC2 MechaRvs2xToRev Changeover to REV start - - 8Dh - - 0B3C8E MechaHSReviewLoop REV - - - 8Dh - 0B3CF4 MechaRewToHSReview Changeover : REW REV - - 8Dh - - 0B3F68 MechaLReviewLoop REV - - - 8Dh - 0B3FCE MechaRewToLReview Changeover : REW REV - - 8Dh - - 0B42DA MechaStillFwdLoop Still - - - - - -0B431A MechaPlayToStillFwd Changeover : PLAY Still - - - 8Dh - 0B448A MechaPlayToStillFwd0025 Changeover : PLAY Still - - - - - -0B44EC MechaStillRvsToStillFwd Changeover : Still RVS Still FWD - - - - - -0B45C8 MechaStillRvsToStillFwd0010 Changeover : Still RVS Still FWD - - - - - -0B4640 MechaFrameFwdToStillFwd Changeover : Forward fame feed Still RVS - - - - - -0B476C MechaStillRvsLoop Still - - - - - -0B47AC MechaStillFwdToStillRvs Changeover : Still FWD Still RVS - - - - - -0B4888 MechaStillFwdToStillRvs0010 Changeover : Still FWD Still RVS - - - - - -0B48F4 MechaFrameRvsToStillRvs Changeover : Reverse frame feed Still - - - - - -0B4954 MechaSlowRvsToStillRvs Changeover : 1/10 slow RVS Still - - - - - -0B4A0E MechaStillFwdToFrameFwd Changeover to forward frame feed start - - - - 0B4A94 MechaFrameFwd0000 Forward frame feed - - - - 0B4BA6 MechaStillRvsToFrameRvs Changeover to reverse frame feed start - - - - 0B4C2C MechaFrameRvs0000 Reverse frame feed - - - - 0B4E1E MechaSlow10Fwd0000 1/10 slow FWD - - - - 0B51F4 MechaStillFwdToSlow10Fwd Changeover : Still 1/10 slow FWD - - - - 0B5634 MechaSlow10Rvs0000 1/10 slow RVS - - - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-24Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B5A0A MechaStillRvsToSlow10Rvs Changeover : Still 1/10 slow RVS - - - - 0B5E48 MechaShuttleFwdLoop Edit search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B5EAE MechaStillFwdToShuttleFwd Changeover : Still Edit search FWD - - - - 0B6110 MechaShuttleRvsLoop Edit search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0B6176 MechaStillRvsToShuttleRvs Changeover : Still Edit search RVS - - - - 0B6398 MechaSEFStillLoop Edit search FWD still - - - - - -0B63D0 MechaShuttleFwdToSEFStill Edit search FWD Edit search FWD still - - - 8Dh - 0B651C MechaShuttleFwdToSEFStill0025 Edit search FWD Edit search FWD still - - - - - -0B65E0 MechaSERStillLoop Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B6618 MechaShuttleRvsToSERStill Edit search RVS Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B674A MechaShuttleRvsToSERStill0020 Edit search RVS Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B67FE MechaEdPauseRvsLoop Changeover to Rec REW (RVS FWD) - - - - - -0B6836 MechaRecPauseToEdPauseRvs Rec search RVS start - - - - 0B6C7C MechaRReviewRvsLoop Changeover to Rec REW - - - - - -0B6CB4 MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs Rec REW (RVS) start - - - - -0B6E2C MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs0012 Rec search RVS (RVS) - - CEh - - 0B6EF2 MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs0015 Changeover to Rec search RVS (RVS) end - 8Dh - - 0B7128 MechaRReviewFwdLoop Changeover to REC REW - - - - - -0B7160 MechaRRRvsToRRFwd Changeover to REC REW - 8Dh - - 0B74C6 MechaRRRvsToRRFwd0031 Changeover to REC REW - - - 8Dh - 0B762A MechaRRRvsToRRFwd0035 Changeover to REC REW - - - 8Dh - 0B7AA2 MechaEdSearchFwdLoop Rec search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B7B08 MechaRecPauseToEdSearchFwd Rec search FWD start - - - - 0B7C4E MechaESFStillToEdSrchFwd Changeover : Rec search FWD - - - - Rec search FWD0B7D82 MechaESRStillToESF Changeover : Rec search RVS - - - - Rec search FWD0B82DA MechaEdSearchRvsLoop Rec search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0B8340 MechaEPRToEdSearchRvs Rec search RVS start - CEh - - 0B8436 MechaESFStillToESR Changeover : Rec search FWD - - - - Rec search RVS0B8792 MechaESFStillLoop Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - - - -0B87CA MechaEdSearchFwdToESFStill Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0B897A MechaESRStillLoop Changeover to Rec search RVS end - - - - - -0B89B2 MechaESRToESRStill Changeover to Rec search RVS end - - - - - -0B8DA6 MechaRStillToPhotoSearchFwd Photo search FWD start - - - - 0B8FBE MechaPhotoSearchFwd0000 Photo search FWD start - - - -0B907E MechaPhotoSearchFwd0030 Photo search FWD start - - - - 0B9156 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0070 Photo search FWD start - - - 8Dh - 0B91AA MechaPhotoSearchFwd0090 Photo search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B925A MechaPhotoSearchFwd0100 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0B939A MechaPhotoSearchFwd0110 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - 0B9560 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0120 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B95CC MechaPhotoSearchFwd0130 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B9688 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0570 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B9746 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0580 Photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B98E0 MechaFStillToPhotoSearchRvs Changeover: Still photo search RVS start - - - - 0B9AF4 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0000 Photo search RVS start - - - -DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-25Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B9BC0 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0030 Photo search RVS start - - - - 0B9C34 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0040 Photo search RVS start - - - - - 0B9CD0 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0070 Photo search RVS start - - 8Dh - - 0B9D30 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0075 Photo search RVS start - - 8Dh - - 0B9D92 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0080 Photo search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0B9E40 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0100 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0B9FAA MechaPhotoSearchRvs0110 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - 0BA268 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0120 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA2D4 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0130 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA3B8 MechaPhotoSearchRvs1080 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA476 MechaPhotoSearchRvs1090 Photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA58C MechaDsearchFwd1000 Date search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0BA692 MechaDsearchFwd1010 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BA9BE MechaDsearchFwd1020 Changeover to date search FWD end - - 8Dh - 0BAC4A MechaDsearchFwd1030 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - - - 0BAD0A MechaDsearchFwd1040 Changeover to date search FWD end - CEh - - 0BAF18 MechaDsearchFwd1050 Changeover to date search FWD end - 8Dh - - 0BB0EE MechaDsearchFwd1065 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BB2A4 MechaDsearchFwd1080 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - - 0BB550 MechaDsearchFwd1090 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - - - 0BB610 MechaDsearchFwd1100 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - 8Dh - 0BB8B4 MechaDsearchFwd1200 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BB946 MechaDsearchFwd1210 Changeover to date search RVS end - - - 8Dh - 0BBB52 MechaDsearchRvs1000 Date search FWD - - 8Dh - - 0BBD2C MechaATNFwd0010 ATN search FWD start - CEh 0BBF80 MechaATNFwd0020 ATN search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0BC15C MechaATNFwd0035 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC1DA MechaATNFwd0040 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC2EA MechaATNFwd0050 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC3E8 MechaATNFwd0060 ATN search FWD end - - - - - -0BC488 MechaATNRvs0010 ATN search RVS start CEh - 0BC756 MechaATNRvs0020 ATN search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0BC8FC MechaATNRvs0035 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BC970 MechaATNRvs0040 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BCA84 MechaATNRvs0050 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BCB34 MechaATNRvs0055 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - - - - 0BCBEE MechaATNRvs0060 ATN search RVS end - - - - - 0BCCE4 MechaAIPauseLoop Dubbing pause - - - - - -0BCD1C MechaStillToAIPause Changeover: Still Audio dubbing pause - CEh - - 0BD0A6 MechaStillToAIPause0010 Changeover: Still Audio dubbing pause - - - - - -0BD0FE MechaAInsertToAIPause Changeover to audio dubbing end - CEh - - 0BD516 MechaAInsertToAIPause0010 Dubbing end - - - - - 0BD602 MechaAInsertLoop Dubbing - - - 8Dh - 0BD676 MechaAIPauseToAInsert Dubbing start - - - - 0BD7C2 MechaAVINSLoop AV insert - - - 8Dh - 0BD7F0 MechaRecPauseToAVINS AV insert start - - - - - -0BD8A6 MechaAVINSPauseToAVINS0010 Changeover to AV insert start - - - - - -0BD914 MechaAVINSPauseToAVINS0020 AV insert start - - - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-26Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0BDA60 MechaRecPauseToAVIPause Changeover to AV insert pause - - - - - -0BDAAE MechaAVIPauseLoop AV insert pause - - - - - -0BDAE6 MechaAVInsertToAVIPause AV insert end - - - - - -0BDF48 ABSFwdSlw Forward frame feed - - - - 0BDFE8 ABSRvsSlw Reverse frame feed - - - - 0BE088 TurnRvsToFwd Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - 0BE2F6 TurnRvsToFwd0010 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - 0BE3B8 TurnRvsToFwd0020 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - -0BE522 TurnRvsToFwd0030 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - 8Dh - 0BE592 TurnRvsToFwd0040 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - -0BE65E TurnRvsToFwd0060 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - 0BE76A TurnFwdToRvs Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - 0BE9D2 TurnFwdToRvs0010 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - 0BEA94 TurnFwdToRvs0020 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - -0BEBFE TurnFwdToRvs0030 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - 8Dh - - 0BEC6E TurnFwdToRvs0040 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - -0BED3A TurnFwdToRvs0060 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - 0BEE46 RepeatFrameFwd Forward frame feed - - - - 0BEF28 RepeatFrameRvs Reverse frame feed - - - - 0BF73A MechaErrorStop Mechanical error recovery (error stop) - - - - -0C1646 MechaStillFwdToNewFSlow5 Changeover: Still Slow FWD - - - - 0C16C0 MechaNewFSlow5Loop Slow FWD - - - 8Dh - 0C170E MechaNewFSlow5ToFStill Changeover: Slow FWD Still - - - - - -0C1758 MechaStillRvsToNewRSlow5 Changeover: Still Slow RVS - - - - 0C17D4 MechaNewRSlow5Loop Slow RVS - - 8Dh - - 0C1822 MechaNewRSlow5ToRStill Changeover: Slow RVS Still - - - - - -0C24E4 MechaRecReady Changeover to Rec pause - - - - - 0C25B0 MechaRecReady0010 Changeover to Rec pause - - - - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-27Mechanical Error Applicability Table (for MAIN program version 1224 in FR MI-COM)Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0A9130 MechaLMOEmerg Loading error being stopped - - - - -0A92B4 ResetMechaGAP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - -0A93E4 ResetMechaSTOP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - - -0A94C2 ResetMechaPLAY At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A95F6 ResetMechaPOPUP At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - - -0A96AE ResetMechaLD1 At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A983A ResetMechaLD2 At P. ON, mechanical reset - - - -0A99DC ResetMecha0020 At P. ON, changeover to mechanical reset end - - - - - -0A9EBC MechaDoneToEjectEmerg Error EJECT - - - - -0A9FAA MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0010 Error EJECT - - - -0AA0C6 MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0020 Error EJECT - - - -0AA192 MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0100 Error EJECT - - - - - -0AA20C MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0200 Error EJECT - - - - -0AA2B6 MechaStopEmergToEjectEmerg0210 Error EJECT - - - - - -0AA54C MechaDoneToEject Error EJECT - - - -0AA996 MechaStopToEject0020 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AAB12 MechaStopToEject0030 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AAD22 MechaStopToEject0040 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - 8Dh 0AAE7E MechaStopToEject0050 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AAF52 MechaStopToEject0060 EJECT (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AAFE4 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0010 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - -0AB0A6 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0020 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB168 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0030 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB220 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0040 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB2E8 MechaStopToEjectNoCas0050 EJECT (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AB766 MechaStopLoop Stop - - - - - 0AB836 MechaEjectToStop Tape loading start - - - 0ABD82 MechaEjectToStop0020 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - 0ABF56 MechaEjectToStop0030 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - - 0AC102 MechaEjectToStop0200 Tape being loaded (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AC1CA MechaEjectToStop0210 Tape being loaded (Tape not inserted) - - - - -0AC430 MechaEjectToStop0100 Tape being loaded (Tape inserted) - - - - -0AC4BE MechaEjectToStop0110 Blank search start - - - - 0AC51A MechaEjectToStop0111 Tape loading end (Tape inserted) - - - - - -0AC562 MechaEjectToStop0120 Blank search start - - - - 0AC6A4 MechaEjectToStop0124 Blank search start - - - 8Dh - 0AC72C MechaEjectToStop0128 Blank search start - - - - 0AC886 MechaEjectToStop0130 Blank being searched - - 8Dh - - 0AC9F8 MechaEjectToStop0132 Changeover to blank search end - - - - - -0ACA62 MechaEjectToStop0133 Changeover to blank search end - 8Dh 8Dh - 0ACED6 MechaEjectToStop0136 Changeover to blank search end - - - - 0AD0AA MechaEjectToStop0137 Changeover to blank search end - - 8Dh - 0AD14E MechaEjectToStop0138 Changeover to blank search end - - - 8Dh - 0AD1BE MechaEjectToStop0139 Changeover to blank search end - - - - - -0AD264 MechaEjectToStop0140 Changeover to blank search end - - - - 0AD410 MechaEjectToStop0180 Changeover to blank search end - - - - -0AD50E MechaFFToStop Changeover : FF STOP - - - 8Dh DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-28Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0AD73A MechaRewToStop Changeover : REW STOP - 8Dh - 0ADA7A MechaRecPauseToStop Changeover : Rec Pause STOP - CEh - 0ADDE8 MechaPlayToStop Changeover : PLAY STOP - - - 8Dh 0ADEFC MechaStillToStop Changeover : Still STOP - CEh - 0AE2C0 MechaXToEnd Start of processing at end of tape - - - - 0AE612 MechaXToEnd0010 Processing at end of tape - - 8Dh - - 0AE696 MechaXToEnd0020 Processing at end of tape - 8Dh - - 0AEB58 MechaXToEnd0030 Processing at end of tape - - - - -0AEC50 MechaTopLoop Processing at beginning of tape - - - - - 0AECB8 MechaXToTop Start of processing at beginning of tape - - - - -0AEEEC MechaXToTop0020 Processing at beginning of tape - - - 8Dh 0AF192 MechaFFLoop FF - - - 8Dh - 0AF240 MechaFFSlowToFF Changeover : FF 9.5 30 - - - 8Dh - 0AF312 MechaFFToFFSlow Changeover : FF 30 9.5 - - - 8Dh - 0AF3BE MechaHSCueToFFSlow Changeover : CUE FF - - - 8Dh - 0AF44A MechaStopToFFSlow Changeover : STOP FF - - 0AF676 MechaRewLoop REW - - 8Dh - - 0AF724 MechaRewSlowToRew Changeover : REW 9.5 30 - - 8Dh - - 0AF7F6 MechaRewToRewSlow Changeover : REW 30 9.5 - - 8Dh - - 0AF8A2 MechaHSRevToRewSlow Changeover : REV REW 9.5 - - 8Dh - - 0AF94E MechaStopToRewSlow Changeover : STOP REW - 0AFC5E MechaRecLoop Rec - - - 8Dh - 0AFCDA MechaRecPauseToRec Rec start - - - - - -0B0056 MechaRecPauseToRec0010 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B00DC MechaRecPauseToRec0012 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B01FE MechaRecPauseToRec0015 Changeover to Rec start - - - - 0B0384 MechaRecPauseToRec0020 Changeover to Rec start - - - - - -0B0578 MechaRecPauseLoop Rec PAUSE - - - - - -0B05D6 MechaStopToRecPause Changeover : STOP REC - - 0B074E MechaStopToRecPause0010 Changeover : STOP REC - - - - - -0B08AC MechaESFStillToRecPause Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - - - -0B091E MechaESRStillToRecPause Changeover to Rec search RVS end - CEh - - 0B0B76 RecEndingSequence Changeover to Rec end - - - - - -0B0D54 RecEndingSequence0010 Changeover to Rec end - - - - 0B104A RecEndingSequence0030 Changeover to Rec end - - - - 0B11AA RecEndingSequence0050 Changeover to Rec end - - - - - -0B146A MechaPlayLoop PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B14FC MechaStopToPlay Changeover : STOP PLAY - - 0B1628 MechaStopTopToPlay Changeover : STOP PLAY - - 0B1762 MechaStopTopToPlay0010 Changeover : STOP PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B183C MechaStopTopToPlay0020 Changeover : STOP PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B18CC MechaStillFwdToPlay Changeover : Still PLAY - - - - 0B1B8C MechaFwd1xToPlay Capstan 1 being rotated - - - 8Dh - 0B1D6C MechaFwd1xLoop Capstan 1 being rotated - - - 8Dh - 0B1E08 MechaPlayToFwd1x PLAY - - - 8Dh - 0B1E6A MechaFwd2xToFwd1x Changeover : capstan 2 1 - - - 8Dh - 0B206E MechaStillFwdToFwd1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B22F4 MechaStillRvsToFwd1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-29Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B253C MechaStillRvsToFwd1x0010 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B25FC MechaStillRvsToFwd1x0020 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B299A MechaRvs1xLoop Capstan 1 being rotated - - 8Dh - - 0B2A00 MechaRvs2xToRvs1x Changeover : capstan 2 1 - - 8Dh - - 0B2A64 MechaStillRvsToRvs1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B2C2A MechaStillFwdToRvs1x Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - 0B2E52 MechaStillFwdToRvs1x0010 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B2F12 MechaStillFwdToRvs1x0020 Changeover : Still capstan 1 - - - - - 0B3130 MechaFwd2xLoop Capstan 2 being rotated - - - 8Dh - 0B3196 MechaFwd1xToFwd2x Changeover : capstan 1 2 rotation - - - 8Dh - 0B3226 MechaCueToFwd2x CUE end - - - 8Dh - 0B3346 MechaRvs2xLoop Capstan 2 being rotated - - 8Dh - - 0B33AC MechaRvs1xToRvs2x Changeover : capstan 1 2 - - 8Dh - - 0B3410 MechaRevToRvs2x Changeover to REV end - - 8Dh - - 0B351A MechaCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3580 MechaFwd2xToCue Changeover to CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B364A MechaHSCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B36B0 MechaFFToHSCue Changeover : FF CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B391C MechaLCueLoop CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3982 MechaFFToLCue Changeover : FF CUE - - - 8Dh - 0B3BA8 MechaReviewLoop REV - - 8Dh - - 0B3C0E MechaRvs2xToRev Changeover to REV start - - 8Dh - - 0B3CDA MechaHSReviewLoop REV - - - 8Dh - 0B3D40 MechaRewToHSReview Changeover : REW REV - - 8Dh - - 0B3FB4 MechaLReviewLoop REV - - - 8Dh - 0B401A MechaRewToLReview Changeover : REW REV - - 8Dh - - 0B4326 MechaStillFwdLoop Still - - - - - -0B4366 MechaPlayToStillFwd Changeover : PLAY Still - - - 8Dh - 0B44D6 MechaPlayToStillFwd0025 Changeover : PLAY Still - - - - - -0B4538 MechaStillRvsToStillFwd Changeover : Still RVS Still FWD - - - - - -0B4614 MechaStillRvsToStillFwd0010 Changeover : Still RVS Still FWD - - - - - -0B468C MechaFrameFwdToStillFwd Changeover : Forward fame feed Still RVS - - - - - -0B47B8 MechaStillRvsLoop Still - - - - - -0B47F8 MechaStillFwdToStillRvs Changeover : Still FWD Still RVS - - - - - -0B48D4 MechaStillFwdToStillRvs0010 Changeover : Still FWD Still RVS - - - - - -0B4940 MechaFrameRvsToStillRvs Changeover : Reverse frame feed Still - - - - - -0B49A0 MechaSlowRvsToStillRvs Changeover : 1/10 slow RVS Still - - - - - -0B4A5A MechaStillFwdToFrameFwd Changeover to forward frame feed start - - - - 0B4AE0 MechaFrameFwd0000 Forward frame feed - - - - 0B4BF2 MechaStillRvsToFrameRvs Changeover to reverse frame feed start - - - - 0B4C78 MechaFrameRvs0000 Reverse frame feed - - - - 0B4E6A MechaSlow10Fwd0000 1/10 slow FWD - - - - 0B5240 MechaStillFwdToSlow10Fwd Changeover : Still 1/10 slow FWD - - - - 0B5680 MechaSlow10Rvs0000 1/10 slow RVS - - - - 0B5A56 MechaStillRvsToSlow10Rvs Changeover : Still 1/10 slow RVS - - - - 0B5E94 MechaShuttleFwdLoop Edit search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B5EFA MechaStillFwdToShuttleFwd Changeover : Still Edit search FWD - - - - 0B615C MechaShuttleRvsLoop Edit search RVS - - 8Dh - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-30Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B61C2 MechaStillRvsToShuttleRvs Changeover : Still Edit search RVS - - - - 0B63E4 MechaSEFStillLoop Edit search FWD still - - - - - -0B641C MechaShuttleFwdToSEFStill Edit search FWD Edit search FWD still - - - 8Dh - 0B6568 MechaShuttleFwdToSEFStill0025 Edit search FWD Edit search FWD still - - - - - -0B662C MechaSERStillLoop Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B6664 MechaShuttleRvsToSERStill Edit search RVS Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B6796 MechaShuttleRvsToSERStill0020 Edit search RVS Edit search RVS still - - - - - -0B684A MechaEdPauseRvsLoop Changeover to Rec REW (RVS FWD) - - - - - -0B6882 MechaRecPauseToEdPauseRvs Rec search RVS start - - - - 0B6CC8 MechaRReviewRvsLoop Changeover to Rec REW - - - - - -0B6D00 MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs Rec REW (RVS) start - - - - -0B6E78 MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs0012 Rec search RVS (RVS) - - CEh - - 0B6F3E MechaEdPauseRvsToRRRvs0015 Changeover to Rec search RVS (RVS) end - 8Dh - - 0B7174 MechaRReviewFwdLoop Changeover to REC REW - - - - - -0B71AC MechaRRRvsToRRFwd Changeover to REC REW - 8Dh - - 0B7512 MechaRRRvsToRRFwd0031 Changeover to REC REW - - - 8Dh - 0B7676 MechaRRRvsToRRFwd0035 Changeover to REC REW - - - 8Dh - 0B7AEE MechaEdSearchFwdLoop Rec search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B7B54 MechaRecPauseToEdSearchFwd Rec search FWD start - - - - 0B7C9A MechaESFStillToEdSrchFwd Changeover : Rec search FWD - - - - Rec search FWD0B7DCE MechaESRStillToESF Changeover : Rec search RVS - - - - Rec search FWD0B8326 MechaEdSearchRvsLoop Rec search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0B838C MechaEPRToEdSearchRvs Rec search RVS start - CEh - - 0B8482 MechaESFStillToESR Changeover : Rec search FWD - - - - Rec search RVS0B87DE MechaESFStillLoop Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - - - -0B8816 MechaEdSearchFwdToESFStill Changeover to Rec search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0B89C6 MechaESRStillLoop Changeover to Rec search RVS end - - - - - -0B89FE MechaESRToESRStill Changeover to Rec search RVS end - - - - - -0B8DF2 MechaRStillToPhotoSearchFwd Photo search FWD start - - - - 0B900A MechaPhotoSearchFwd0000 Photo search FWD start - - - -0B90CA MechaPhotoSearchFwd0030 Photo search FWD start - - - - 0B91A2 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0070 Photo search FWD start - - - 8Dh - 0B91F6 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0090 Photo search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0B92A6 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0100 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0B93E6 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0110 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - 0B95AC MechaPhotoSearchFwd0120 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B9618 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0130 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B96D4 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0570 Changeover to photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B9792 MechaPhotoSearchFwd0580 Photo search FWD end - - - - - -0B992C MechaFStillToPhotoSearchRvs Changeover: Still photo search RVS start - - - - 0B9B40 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0000 Photo search RVS start - - - -0B9C0C MechaPhotoSearchRvs0030 Photo search RVS start - - - - 0B9C80 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0040 Photo search RVS start - - - - - 0B9D1C MechaPhotoSearchRvs0070 Photo search RVS start - - 8Dh - - 0B9D7C MechaPhotoSearchRvs0075 Photo search RVS start - - 8Dh - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-31Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0B9DDE MechaPhotoSearchRvs0080 Photo search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0B9E8C MechaPhotoSearchRvs0100 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0B9FF6 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0110 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - 0BA2B4 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0120 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA320 MechaPhotoSearchRvs0130 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA404 MechaPhotoSearchRvs1080 Changeover to photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA4C2 MechaPhotoSearchRvs1090 Photo search RVS end - - - - - -0BA5D8 MechaDsearchFwd1000 Date search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0BA6DE MechaDsearchFwd1010 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BAA0A MechaDsearchFwd1020 Changeover to date search FWD end - - 8Dh - 0BAC96 MechaDsearchFwd1030 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - - - 0BAD56 MechaDsearchFwd1040 Changeover to date search FWD end - CEh - - 0BAF64 MechaDsearchFwd1050 Changeover to date search FWD end - 8Dh - - 0BB13A MechaDsearchFwd1065 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BB2F0 MechaDsearchFwd1080 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - - 0BB59C MechaDsearchFwd1090 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - - - 0BB65C MechaDsearchFwd1100 Changeover to date search FWD/RVS end - - - 8Dh - 0BB900 MechaDsearchFwd1200 Changeover to date search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BB992 MechaDsearchFwd1210 Changeover to date search RVS end - - - 8Dh - 0BBB9E MechaDsearchRvs1000 Date search FWD - - 8Dh - - 0BBD78 MechaATNFwd0010 ATN search FWD start - CEh 0BBFCC MechaATNFwd0020 ATN search FWD - - - 8Dh - 0BC1A8 MechaATNFwd0035 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC226 MechaATNFwd0040 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC336 MechaATNFwd0050 Changeover to ATN search FWD end - - - 8Dh - 0BC434 MechaATNFwd0060 ATN search FWD end - - - - - -0BC4D4 MechaATNRvs0010 ATN search RVS start CEh - 0BC7A2 MechaATNRvs0020 ATN search RVS - - 8Dh - - 0BC948 MechaATNRvs0035 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BC9BC MechaATNRvs0040 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BCAD0 MechaATNRvs0050 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - 8Dh - - 0BCB80 MechaATNRvs0055 Changeover to ATN search RVS end - - - - - 0BCC3A MechaATNRvs0060 ATN search RVS end - - - - - 0BCD30 MechaAIPauseLoop Dubbing pause - - - - - -0BCD68 MechaStillToAIPause Changeover: Still Audio dubbing pause - CEh - - 0BD0F2 MechaStillToAIPause0010 Changeover: Still Audio dubbing pause - - - - - -0BD14A MechaAInsertToAIPause Changeover to audio dubbing end - CEh - - 0BD562 MechaAInsertToAIPause0010 Dubbing end - - - - - 0BD64E MechaAInsertLoop Dubbing - - - 8Dh - 0BD6C2 MechaAIPauseToAInsert Dubbing start - - - - 0BD80E MechaAVINSLoop AV insert - - - 8Dh - 0BD83C MechaRecPauseToAVINS AV insert start - - - - - -0BD8F2 MechaAVINSPauseToAVINS0010 Changeover to AV insert start - - - - - -0BD960 MechaAVINSPauseToAVINS0020 AV insert start - - - - 0BDAAC MechaRecPauseToAVIPause Changeover to AV insert pause - - - - - -0BDAFA MechaAVIPauseLoop AV insert pause - - - - - -0BDB32 MechaAVInsertToAVIPause AV insert end - - - - - -0BDF94 ABSFwdSlw Forward frame feed - - - - DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTS3-32Address Label SequenceMecha ErrorDrum Caps SReel TReel Loading DEW0BE034 ABSRvsSlw Reverse frame feed - - - - 0BE0D4 TurnRvsToFwd Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - 0BE342 TurnRvsToFwd0010 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - 0BE404 TurnRvsToFwd0020 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - -0BE56E TurnRvsToFwd0030 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - 8Dh - 0BE5DE TurnRvsToFwd0040 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - - -0BE6AA TurnRvsToFwd0060 Changeover: Still RVS Still FWS - - - - 0BE7B6 TurnFwdToRvs Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - 0BEA1E TurnFwdToRvs0010 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - 0BEAE0 TurnFwdToRvs0020 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - -0BEC4A TurnFwdToRvs0030 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - 8Dh - - 0BECBA TurnFwdToRvs0040 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - - -0BED86 TurnFwdToRvs0060 Changeover: Still FWS Still RVS - - - - 0BEE92 RepeatFrameFwd Forward frame feed - - - - 0BEF74 RepeatFrameRvs Reverse frame feed - - - - 0BF786 MechaErrorStop Mechanical error recovery (error stop) - - - - -0C16D4 MechaStillFwdToNewFSlow5 Changeover: Still Slow FWD - - - - 0C174E MechaNewFSlow5Loop Slow FWD - - - 8Dh - 0C179C MechaNewFSlow5ToFStill Changeover: Slow FWD Still - - - - - -0C17E6 MechaStillRvsToNewRSlow5 Changeover: Still Slow RVS - - - - 0C1862 MechaNewRSlow5Loop Slow RVS - - 8Dh - - 0C18B0 MechaNewRSlow5ToRStill Changeover: Slow RVS Still - - - - - -0C2572 MechaRecReady Changeover to Rec pause - - - - - 0C263E MechaRecReady0010 Changeover to Rec pause - - - - - CHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENTCONTENTS1. Disassembling and Reassembling ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-11-1 Disassembling / Reassembling Flowchart ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-11-2 Separation of Front Unit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-21-3 Separation of Accessory Shoe ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-31-4 Separation of Right Cover Unit ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-41-5 Separation of Rear Cover Unit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4-51-6 Separation of Jack P.C.B ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-61-7 Separation of Left Cover Unit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-71-8 Separation of Camera Unit ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-81-9 Separation of Main and CAC P.C.B.'s ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-91-10 Separation of Recorder Holder ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-101-11 Separation of Front Cover Unit --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-111-12 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-121-13 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-131-14 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-141-15 Separation of LCD Unit -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-151-16 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 1 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-161-17 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 2 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-171-18 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 3 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-181-19 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 4 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-191-20 Disassembling of LCD Unit - 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-201-21 Disassembling of LCD Unit - 2 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-211-22 Separation of CVF Unit ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-221-23 Separation of Rear Cover Unit ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-231-24 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-241-25 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 2 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-251-26 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 3 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-261-27 Disassembling of Camera Unit - 1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-271-28 Disassembling of Camera Unit - 2 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-281-29 Disassembling of Lens Unit -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-291-30 List of Screws Used ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-301-31 List of Disassembly Photos --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-312. Adjustment Procedures ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-332-1 Adjustment Items in Part Replacement --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-332-2 AF Section Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-342-2-1 CZ Automatic Adjustment -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-342-2-2 Cam Correction (AUTO) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-352-3 IS Section Adjustment ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-362-3-1 GYRO OFFSET Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-362-3-2 GYRO GAIN Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-362-3-3 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory Writing ------------------------------------------------------------------------4-372-4 Camera Section Adjustment --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-382-4-1 Iris Adjustment ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-382-4-2 WB Adjustment (1) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-382-4-3 Color Balance Adjustment -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-392-4-4 WB Adjustment (2) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-392-4-5 WB Adjustment (3) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4-402-4-6 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory Writing ------------------------------------------------------------------------4-402-5 CCD Pixel Missing Compensation ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-412-6 Color Balance Check ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-422-7 Recorder Section Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-432-7-1 Setting for Destination ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-432-7-2 Y LEVEL Adjustment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-442-7-3 C LEVEL Adjustment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-452-7-4 AGC Initial Value Adjustment -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-452-7-5 SWP Adjustment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-462-7-6 C. FG Adjustment ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-462-7-7 Automatic Adjustment of Reel FG --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-462-7-8 Flash Memory Writing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-462-7-9 Battery Voltage Drop Adjustment ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-472-8 Tape Path Adjustment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4-48DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-11. Disassembling and ReassemblingNotes :(1) When replacing the flat cable with a new one, allow it to remain folded the same as the original part.(2) The flat cable has a contact orientation to be engaged with the connector. Refer to the instructions in the disassembly procedurediagram and interconnection diagram for boards. Lateral engaging connector(The instructions are given in the disassembly procedure diagram and board interconnection diagram.): Contacts are positioned downward. (board side) : Contacts are positioned upward. Lengthwise engaging connector(The instructions are given only in the boards interconnection diagram.)Indicated by . Arrowheads indicate the contacts, and the shafts indicate the noncontacts.(3) To secure screws, apply the Three Bond 1401B (CY9-8011-000)(4) If any part to be replaced has UL tape attached on it, be sure to reattach UL tape at the same position in reassembling.1-1 Disassembling / Reassembling Flowchart(1) Find the replacement part on the chart, and disassemble it following the instruction on chart.(2) Reassembling can be made by reversing the disassembling procedures.START : MAIN FLOW: SUB FLOW: MAIN UNIT1-2 Front Cover Unit 1-11 Mic Ass'y1-21 LCD P.C.B.1-20 Hinge Ass'y1-4 Right Cover Unit 1-15 LCD Unit1-3 Accessory Shoe1-5 Rear Cover Unit1-12 Operetion Key Ass'y1-13 Speaker Ass'y1-13 EJECT P.C.B.1-14 Cassette Arm Ass'y1-16 CARD P.C.B.1-17 R-KEY Back Light Ass'y1-18 R-KEY P.C.B.1-18 DSW2 P.C.B.1-23 DC P.C.B.1-10 Recorder Holder1-10 DMC III1-9 CAC P.C.B.1-9 MAIN P.C.B.1-28 CCD P.C.B.1-29 Lens Unit1-8 Recorder Unit1-8 Camera Unit1-6 JACK P.C.B.1-8 Recorder, Camera Unit1-7 Left Cover Unit1-26 CVF P.C.B.1-22 CVF UnitDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-21-2 Separation of Front Unit(1) Open the cassette cover, F Jack Cover and L Jack Cover and remove seven screws (b 5, c 1, d 1).(2) Disconnect CN701 and detach the Front Cover Unit.(3) Remove the Cushion.(1) Attach the Cushion at the position shown in the figure. Run the MIC cable through the slit of the Cushion.Fig. 4-1(1) - bCassette CoverCushion(1)(1)(2)(2)(3)(1) Note on Reassembling (1)(1) - b(1) - b(1) - bFront Cover UnitF Jack CoverL Jack CoverCushionTake care to prevent the cushion from hanging over the boss.Take care to prevent the cushion from being pushed out of this line to the right side.Hold the cushion by IR-LED holder.Run the MIC Cable through the slit of the Cushion. CN701CN701(1) - c(1) - d3mmMetalM1.7b4mmMetalM1.7c4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-31-3 Separation of Accessory Shoe(1) Remove four screws (a 4) and detach the Accessory Shoe.Fig. 4-2Accessory Shoe(1)(1) - a5mmaMetalM1.7Flat Head ScrewDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-41-4 Separation of Right Cover Unit(1) Remove five screws (b 3, c 1, d 1), disconnect CN990, CN1502 and CN4001 and detach the Right Cover Unit.(2) Draw out the Shaft and detach the Card Cover. (Only for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)(1) Push the CN990 and CN1502 sufficiently so as to prevent them from being pinched in the part A.(2) Since the Shaft may come out easily, take care not to lose the Shaft. (Only for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)Before using the Card Cover and Shaft supplied for repair service, remove their protection sheet and shaft-dropping preventivetape.Fig. 4-3Note on Reassembling (1)(1) - b(1) - b(1) - d(1)(1)(1)(1)CN1502CN990CN4001Right Cover Unitback of the Right Cover UnitA(1) - bShaftShaft removeCard Cover(2)DM-MV650i EDM-MV630i Eonly(1) - c3mmMetalM1.7b4mmMetalM1.7c4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-51-5 Separation of Rear Cover Unit(1) Remove three screws (d 3), disconnect the CN1501, CN3201 and CN3202 and detach Rear Cover Unit.Fig. 4-4CN1501CN3201Rear Cover UnitCN3202 (1)(1)(1)(1)(1) - d4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-61-6 Separation of Jack P.C.B(1) Remove two screws (b 2), disconnect the CN5, CN2101 and CN6 and detach the Jack P.C.B.(2) Open the Cassette Cover and remove one screw (c 1). Pull the part A to this side while lifting it, disengage the two claw parts Band detach the C Lock Plate Unit.(3) Remove two screws (b 2) and detach the Tripod Base, C Lock Plate and Support Plate.(1) When reassembling the C Lock Plate Unit, insert the part C into the hole and reverse the disassembling procedures (2). Make surethat the two Dowels are connected.Fig. 4-53mmMetalM1.7b4mmMetalM1.7cJACK P.C.B.(2)(1)(1)(1)(3)(2)CN2101CN6CN5Tripod BaseDowels BPull this part frontward.Lift it.C Lock PlateC Lock Plate UnitSupport Plate(1) - b(2) - c(1) - b(3) - bPart APart CDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-71-7 Separation of Left Cover Unit(1) Remove three screws (b 3), disconnect the CN101 and detach the Left Cover Unit.Fig. 4-6Left Cover Unit(1)(1)(1) - b(1) - bCN1013mmMetalM1.7bDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-81-8 Separation of Camera Unit(1) Remove two screws (b 2), disconnect the CN891, CN1001 and CN1201 and detach the Camera Unit.Note : The CN891 connector should be disconnected in the DM-MV650i E only. In the DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E, it is not required to disconnect the CN891 connector since the shoe connectorAssy and its relevant flexible cable are not provided.Fig. 4-7(1)(1)(1)(1)Camera UnitCN891(DM-MV650i E only)CN1001CN1201(1) - b(1) - b3mmMetalM1.7bDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-91-9 Separation of Main and CAC P.C.B.'s(1) Remove one screw (b 1), disconnect the CN1101 and CN1002 (B to B) and detach the CAC P.C.B.(2) Remove three screws (b 3), disconnect the CN300, CN301, CN302, CN303, and CN2000 and detach the MAIN P.C.B.(3) Detach the soldered part on the PM Shield 1 and detach the HA Shield and PM Shield 1 and 2.Fig. 4-8CN301HA ShieldMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.PMShield 2PMShield 1SolderDMC IIICN303CN1101(B to B)CN302(1)(3)(3)(2)CN2000CN300CN1002(B to B)(1) - b(2) - b(2) - b(2) - b(2)3mmMetalM1.7bDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-101-10 Separation of Recorder Holder(1) Remove three screws (e 3) and detach the Recorder Holder, vibration isolating Rubber and Spring.Note : When placing the DMC III mechanical unit with the recorder holder removed, be sure to orient the drum sideupward. Take care not to touch the tape running surface of the drum.(1) Before mounting the Recorder Holder, make sure that three vibration isolating Rubber parts have been attached properly.(2) When using the vibration isolating Rubber parts supplied for repair service, apply HANAL KS-39M (DY9-3053-000) to the entiresurface of each vibration isolating Rubber part.(3) Attach the Spring as illustrated below.(4) Attach UL Tape as illustrated below to secure the Flexible Cable.Fig. 4-9Note on Reassembling (3)CAUTION Note on Reassembling (4)(1)RubberRecorder HolderDMC III(1) - e(1) - eRubberRubberSpringUL Tape (9 15)Be sure to place the unit with its drum facing upward.Spring3.4mmeMetalM1.4DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-111-11 Separation of Front Cover Unit(1) Remove three screws (d 3) and detach the Lens Cover, L Jack Cover and F Jack Cover.(2) Remove two screws (d 2) and detach the Microphone Cover, Rubber, Microphone Ass'y and Microphone Shield.(1) Treat the Microphone Ass'y Cable as illustrated below.Fig. 4-10Note on Reassembling (1)(1)(2)(1)(1)Lens CoverMIC ShieldF Jack CoverL Jack CoverFront Cover UnitMIC HolderMIC Ass'yRubberBlack/WhiteBlack/RedTake care to make the four cables come out of the front cover in line so as to prevent them from crossing each other.Black/Red Black/White(1) - d(2) - d4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-121-12 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 1(1) Remove four screws (d 4) and detach the Operation Key Ass'y.(2) Remove the Shaft and detach the Hand Strap.(3) Remove one screw (d 1) and detach the Change Plate and Change Knob. (Only for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)(1) Attach the Change Knob, Change Plate and Operation Key Ass'y Change SW as illustrated below.(Only for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)Change Plate part on Left Cover : HANAL FL-778 (DY9-3026-000) (Only for DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E)Fig. 4-11Note on Reassembling (1)(DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i E only)Instruction for Supplies(DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E only)(2)(1)Change PlateChange KnobHand StrapShaftOperation Key Ass'yChange PlateChange KnobChange SWHanal FL-778DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i E only(3) - d(1) - d(1) - d(1) - d4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-131-13 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 2(1) Remove two screws (f 2) and detach the GND Plate, Cushion, Speaker Holder and Speaker Ass'y.(2) Remove one screw (i 1) and detach the EJECT P.C.B.(1) Run the Speaker Assy cable under the GND Plate and secure it with the Cushion as illustrated below. Extend the cable to theunderside of the line on the Left Cover.Fig. 4-12Note on Reassembling (1)4mmBlackM1.7(self tap)f2.5mmMetalM1.7i(1)(2)(1)Speaker Ass'ySpeaker HolderGND PlateEJECT P.C.B.CushionSpeakerAlign the cushion with the end of rib and the end of plate.White BlackGND PlateExtend the cable to the underside of the line. (1) - f(1) - f(2) - iDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-141-14 Disassembling of Left Cover Unit - 3(1) Remove four screws (i 4) and detach the Cassette Cover while taking care of the two claw parts.(2) Remove three screws (f 3) and detach the Cassette Arm Ass'y.(3) Detach the Open Knob.Fig. 4-132.5mmMetalM1.7i4mmBlackM1.7(self tap)f(1)(3)(2)Left CoverCassette CoverCassette Arm Ass'yOpen KnobClawClaw(2) - f(2) - f(2) - f(1) - i(1) - i(1) - iDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-151-15 Separation of LCD Unit(1) Disconnect the CN101.(2) Open and turn the LCD Unit, remove four screws (c 2, d 2) and detach the LCD Unit.(1) For the DSW Cable, provide wiring arrangement as shown below.Fig. 4-14Note on Reassembling (1)4mmMetalM1.7c4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dLCD Unit(2)(1)(2)CN101CN101Hook the cable over the both ends of the DSW2 P.C.B.DSW Cable(2) - c(2) - dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-161-16 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 1(1) Detach the Lithium Battery Cover.(2) Remove four screws (h 4), disconnect the CN4002 and detach the Card P.C.B. and AP Knob.(1) Bend the Flexible cable and secure it with UL Tape as illustrated below. Hook the right edge of the CARD P.C.B. to the Claw partA for mounting.(2) In remounting, engage the SW4004 knob on the CARD P.C.B. with the AP Knob.Fig. 4-154mmMetalM1.7(self tap)hNote on Reassembling (1)CARD P.C.B.Claw A(2)(1)CN4002Claw ASW4004CARD P.C.B.AP KnobLithium Battery Cover(2)(2)(2) - h(2) - hDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-171-17 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 2(1) Remove the Cushion.(2) Remove two screws (g 1, h 1), disconnect the CN100 and detach the R-Key Backlight Ass'y and R-Key Backlight Holder.(Only for DM-MV650i E)Note : List the R-Key Backlight Assy while pressing the part A of R-Key Backlight Holder outward, and slide the assyto detach it while taking care not to damage the Flexible Cable.(1) Attach the Cushion at the position as illustrated below.Fig. 4-16Note on Reassembling (1)CautionR-KEY Back Light HolderR-KEYBack Light Ass'yR-KEYBack Light Ass'yCushionCushionPart ADSW2 P.C.B.Align the cushion with the step difference surface.Align the cushion with the rib surface.DM-MV650i E onlyCN100FPCShorter cushion for DM-MV630i E, MV600i E, MV600 E, MV590 E(Same affixing position) (2)(2)(1)(2)DM-MV650i EDM-MV630i E,600i E,600 E,590 E(2) - gMetalM1.72mmg4mmMetalM1.7(self tap)h(2) - hDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-181-18 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 3(1) Remove nine screws (d 3, g 4, j 2) and the two soldered parts A and detach the R-Key P.C.B., DSW2 P.C.B., Holders 1 and2, GND Plates 1 and 2 and Card Cover Lock.(1) Treat the DSW2 P.C.B. cable as illustrated below. Hook the top of the DSW2 P.C.B. to the Claw part B for mounting.(2) Treat the R-Key P.C.B. flexible cable as illustrated below.When using the part supplied for repair service, bend the flexible cable part A to 45.(3) Attach UL Tape at the position indicated in the figure shown below. (Only for DM-MV650i E)Fig. 4-17Note on Reassembling (1)Note on Reassembling (2)Note on Reassembling (3)(DM-MV650i E only)R-KEYP.C.B.UL Tape (5 10)DSW2 P.C.B.GND Plate 2Holder 2Holder 1Attach UL Tape according to the profile of the Connector.SolderedParts ACard Cover LockPlate 1Take care to prevent the cable from hanging over the boss part.Flexible Cable part AGND Plate 1(1)(1)(1)(1) - d (1) - d(1) - d(1) - j(1) - j(1) - g(1) - g(1) - gHold the flexible cable part A with the plate.DM-MV650i EDM-MV630i EonlyUL Tape(5 10)DSW2P.C.B.Claw BClaw B4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dMetalM1.72mmg5.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)jDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-191-19 Disassembling of Right Cover Unit - 4(1) Remove one screw (j 1) and detach the LCD Lock Holder, LCD Lock, LCD Open Knob, LCD Lifter, and Spring 1and 2.(1) With both ends of spring 2 engaged with the Hook, assemble the LCD Lock into the Right Cover Unit. Then, after mounting theLCD Lock Holder, remove the part A from the Hook.Note : (1) If the part-A side is not removed from the Hook, the specified level of spring pressure is not provided at theLCD Lock.(2) If the part is not unhooked after reassembling the LCD lock holder, the LCD lock could be detached fromthe right cover unit.Fig. 4-18Note on Reassembling (1)LCD Lock HolderSpring 1LCD LifterLCD LockSpring 2Spring 2Part ALCD Open Knob(1)(1)(1)(1)(1) - j5.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)jDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-201-20 Disassembling of LCD Unit - 1(1) Remove three screws (b 3) and detach the LCD Top Cover.Note : When detaching the LCD Top Cover, be careful of the claw parts A and B inside the cover.(2) Disconnect the CN901 and CN902 and detach the Hinge Ass'y.(1) When attaching the Hinge Ass'y, take care not to pinch the white cable of Backlight Ass'y.(2) Before attaching the LCD Top Cover, be sure to insert the claw part A.(3) Insert the CN901 and CN902 to their deepest positions securely, and check if there is no gap due to insufficient seating.Fig. 4-19Note on Reassembling (1)3mmMetalM1.7bLCD Top CoverInside the LCD top cover(2)(2)(2)(1)CN901CN902(1) - b(1) - b(1) - bClaw AClaw BTake care not to pinch the cable.Hinge Ass'yHinge Ass'yCN901CN902Check that there is no gap due to unseating. DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-211-21 Disassembling of LCD Unit - 2(1) Detach the LCD Bottom Cover and Bottom Cover Sheet.(2) Detach the soldered parts A and B, disconnect the CN903, remove one screw (b 1) and detach the LCD P.C.B.(3) Demount the LCD Ass'y from the Backlight Ass'y.Note : The LCD Unit can be disassembled without detaching the Right Cover Unit.(1) Detach the Bottom Cover Sheet by sliding it between the LCD Bottom Cover and the LCD Holder. Take care to prevent the BottomCover Sheet from hanging out of the LCD Bottom Cover.(2) Treat the Backlight Ass'y Cable as illustrated below. After performing soldering, secure the Cable with adhesive.Securing of Backlight Ass'y Cable : DIA BOND 1663GFig. 4-20Note on Reassembling (1)Note on Reassembling (2)Instruction for SuppliesCN903(2)(2)(1)(3)(1)LCD Ass'yBack Light Ass'yLCD P.C.B.Soldered Parts ASolderedParts BLCD HolderBottom Cover SheetBottom Cover SheetLCD Bottom CoverSoldered Parts ASoldered Parts BDiabond Diabond(2) - b3mmMetalM1.7bDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-221-22 Separation of CVF Unit(1) Remove UL Tape.(2) Remove six screws (o 4, p 2) and detach the CVF Unit.Note : When drawing out the CVF-CAC FPC on the CVF Unit from the Rear Cover Unit, take care not to damage theCVF-CAC.(1) Attach the CVF-CAC FPC as illustrated below. Secure it with UL Tape.Fig. 4-21Note on Reassembling (1)CVF UnitRear Cover Unit(2)Insert the CVF-CAC FPC into the grooves.UL Tape(20 10)Bend the CVF-CAC FPC.UL Tape(1)3mmMetalM1.7(Noji Rock)o4mmMetalM1.7(Noji Rock)p(2) - o(2) - o(2) - p(2) - pDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-231-23 Separation of Rear Cover Unit(1) Remove four screws (h 4) and detach the Battery Terminal Ass'y and GND Plate.(2) Remove one screw (h 1) and detach the DC P.C.B.(3) Detach the Battery Eject Lever and Sring.(1) Secure the cables of Battery Terminal Ass'y with the hooks as illustrated below.(2) When attaching the Battery Terminal Ass'y, screw the Red, Black, White and Gray cables in this order.Rear Cover, Spring : Apply HANAL FL-778. (DY9-3026-000)Fig. 4-22Note on Reassembling (1)Instruction for SuppliesGND Plate(1)RedBlackBattery TerminalAss'yRear Cover(2)(3)WhiteGraySpringBattery Eject Lever(1) - h(1) - h(2) - hBlackWhiteGrayRed Secure the cables with the hooks.Secure the cables with the hooks.Hanal FL-778Hanal FL-778DC P.C.B.4mmMetalM1.7(self tap)hDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-241-24 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 1(1) Detach the Dust Cover, remove two screws (b 2) and detach the CVF Bottom Cover.(2) Remove one screw (d 1), disengage the holes on CVF-CAC FPC from the protruded parts A and draw out the finder while takingcare not to damage the CVF-CAC FPC.(3) Remove two screws (b 2) and detach the CVF Hinge Ass'y.(1) Engage the holes on CVF-CAC FPC and the protruded parts A as illustrated below.Fig. 4-23Note on Reassembling (1)CVF Bottom Cover(1)(3)(1)FinderProtrudedParts A (2)Lift UpRemoveFinder(2)CVF-CACFPCProtruded Parts A Hinge Ass'yCVF Hinge Ass'yCVF Top CoverDust Cover(2) - d(3) - b(1) - bCVF-CAC FPC3mmMetalM1.7b4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-251-25 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 2(1) Remove two screws (d 2) and detach the Eyepiece, CVF Lens Holder, CVF Knob, Rubber and Lens Holder.(2) Detach the two claw parts A and detach the Lens.(1) When attaching the Lens into the Lens Holder, take care to orient the lens correctly.(2) When attaching the CVF Knob, attach the Lens Holder Boss as illustrated below. Be sure to attach the rubber part.Lens Holder contacting surface : HANAL KS-39M (DY9-3053-000)Rubber Top surface : HANAL KS-39M (DY9-3053-000)Fig. 4-24Note on Reassembling (1)Note on Reassembling (2)Instruction for SuppliesClaw A(1) (1)Lens Holder contacting surfaceHanal KS-39MHanal KS-39M(1)(1)(2)(1) - d(1) - d CVF Lens HolderRubberCVF KnobLens HolderLensEyepieceRubber top surfaceRubberLens KnobBossLens HolderCVFInner CoverLens Holder LensCVF Inner Cover4.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)dDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-261-26 Disassembling of CVF Unit - 3(1) Disconnect the CN4101 and detach the CVF-CAC FPC.(2) Detach the three claw parts A and detach the components from the CVF P.C.B. to the Mask Plate.(3) Detach the two claw parts B, disconnect the CN4102 and separate the CVF P.C.B., reflector and LCD Ass'y.(1) Treat the LCD Ass'y flexible cable by inserting it into the CVF Inner Cover as illustrated below.(2) Before using the CVF-CAC FPC supplied for repair service, securely fold it at the position illustrated below.Fig. 4-25Note on Reassembling (1)Note on Reassembling (2)CVF-CAC FPCTOCN4101DH2-5022-000mk OR 1 03CVF Inner CoverClaw AClaw BMask PlateLCD Ass'yCushionDiffuserReflectorCVF-CAC FPCCVFP.C.B.(3)CN4102CN4101(1)(2)Folding in a crest formFolding in a trough formDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-271-27 Disassembling of Camera Unit - 1(1) Remove one screw (k 1) and detach the Accessory Shoe.Note : Lift the hooked parts of the two Dowels diagonally and detach the Shoe Base backward.(2) Remove three screws (l 3) and detach the Lens Holder, vibration isolating Rubber and Shield.(1) When using the vibration isolating Rubber parts supplied for repair service, apply HANAL FL-778 (DY9-3026-000) to the entiresurface of each vibration isolating Rubber part.(2) Attach Shield at the position indicated in the figure shown below.Fig. 4-26CautionRubberAAS FPC(DM-MV650i E only)Shoe Base(1)(1) - kRubberRubber(2)ShieldLens HolderShieldAttach the shield so that the cutout of the shield is aligned with the hole on the lens holder. (Protrusion to the hole is not allowed.) Lens HolderShoe Spacer(DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i EDM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E)Shoe Connector Ass'y(DM-MV650i E)Lift UpDowelDowelNote on Reassembling (2)(2) - l(2) - l3.8mmkMetalM1.7Steped Screwl4.5mmBlackM1.7Steped ScrewDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-281-28 Disassembling of Camera Unit - 2(1) Remove two screws (m 2) and detach the CCD P.C.B., CCD Ass'y, Rubber part and Low-Pass Filter.(2) Detach the soldered part A and detach the CCD P.C.B. and CCD Ass'y.(1) Before attaching the CCD P.C.B., secure the P.C.B. with screws (m 2) and perform soldering of the CCD Ass'y and CCD P.C.B.Fig. 4-276mmMetalM1.7(self tap)m(1) - m(1)(2)CCD P.C.B.CCD Ass'yRubberLow-Pass FilterCCDLensLow-Pass Filter CCD P.C.B.(2)AFace thick side toward Lens sideDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-291-29 Disassembling of Lens Unit(1) Remove the Lens Rubber part and three screws (m 3). Demount the Front Lens Ass'y.(2) Remove six screws (d 4, n 2) and solder (). Demount the PZ Motor, AF Motor, IG Meter Ass'y, PZ Shaft, and AF Shaft.On the AF/PZ Shaft and Guide Bar : LOGENEST LAMBDA A-74 (CY9-8102-000)Fig. 4-284.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)d6mmMetalM1.7(self tap)m3.5mmMetalM1.7(self tap)nInstruction for SupplyPZ ShaftPZ ShaftAF ShaftAF ShaftPZ MotorIG Meter Ass'yAF MotorGide BarFront Lens Ass'yLOGENEST LAMBDAA-74Lens RubberGide BarGuide Bar 2(1)(2) - (2) - (2) - (2)(2)(2) - d(2) - d(2) - n(1) - m(1) - m(1) - mDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-30PARTS NO. REMARKS ILLUSTSYMBOLPARTS NO. REMARKS ILLUSTSYMBOLabcdefghijklmnopXA4-9170-557Self TapM1.7-5.5mm (Metal)XA1-7170-307 M1.7-3.0mm (Metal)XA1-7170-207XA4-9170-407M1.7-2.0mm (Metal)XA1-7170-407 M1.7-4.0mm (Metal)XA1-7170-257 M1.7-2.5mm (Metal)XA1-3170-507Flat Head ScrewM1.7-5.0mm (Metal)XA9-1167-000Stepped ScrewM1.4-3.4mm (Metal)XA4-9170-457Self TapM1.7-4.5mm (Metal)XA4-9170-357Self TapM1.7-3.5mm (Metal)XA9-1349-000Stepped ScrewM1.7-3.8mm (Metal)XA9-1294-000Stepped ScrewM1.7-4.5mm (Black)XA4-9170-607Self TapM1.7-6.0mm (Metal)XA4-9170-409Self TapM1.7-4.0mm (Black)Self TapM1.7-4.0mm (Metal)XA9-1481-000XA9-1482-000Noji Rock ScrewM1.7-3.0mm (Metal)Noji Rock ScrewM1.7-4.0mm (Metal)4.5mm3mm2.5mm6mm4mm3.4mm2mm3.5mm4mm4.5mm5mm3.8mm5.5mm4mm3mm4mm1-30 List of Screws UsedDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-311-31 List of Disassembly PhotosRecorder/Camera UnitCamera Unit-2Right SideCamera Unit-1Front Cover UnitFront SideDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-32Rear Cover UnitRight Cover UnitLeft Cover UnitDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-332. Adjustment Procedures2-1 Adjustment Items in Part ReplacementAfter replacement of major parts, carry out adjustment referring to the table shown below. Note that the following table shows minimumrequired adjustments to be performed after replacing any major part. In case that two or more parts have been replaced or any faultycondition has occurred, take a proper adjustment procedure accordingly. : Adjustment requiredCamera systemPart nameNo. Adjustment itemLens JACKPCB CCDMAINPCBCACPCBAdjustment setting2-2 AF section 2-2-1 CZ Automatic Adjustment Product condition2-2-2 Cam correction (AUTO) Product condition2-3 IS section2-3-1 Gyro Offset Adjustment Product condition2-3-2 Gyro Gain Adjustment Product condition2-3-3 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory Writing Product condition2-4 Camera section 2-4-1 Iris Adjustment Product condition2-4-2 WB Adjustment (1) Product condition2-4-3 Color Balance Adjustment Product condition2-4-4 WB Adjustment (2) Product condition2-4-5 WB Adjustment (3) Product condition2-4-6 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory Writing Product condition2-5 CCD Pixel Missing Compensation Product condition2-6 Color Balance Check Product conditionRecorder system Part nameNo. Adjustment item MAINPCBCACPCBDMCIIIAdjustment setting2-7 Recorder section 2-7-1 Setting for Destination Product condition2-7-2, 2-7-3 Y LEVEL / C LEVEL Adjustment Product condition2-7-4 AGC Initial Value Adjustment Product condition2-7-5 SWP Adjustment Product condition2-7-6 C. FG Adjustment Product condition2-7-7 Automatiac Adjustment of Reel FG 2-7-8 Flash Memory Writing 2-7-9 Battery Voltage Drop Adjustment Product conditionDMC III2-8 Tape Path Adjustment Tape path adjustment settingDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-342-2 AF Section AdjustmentNote)(1) The sections 2-2-1 : CZ automatic adjustment and 2-2-2 : Cam correction (AUTO) must be executed consecutively. If they areperformed independently, the sufficient performance cannot be obtained.Also, when section 2-2-1 : CZ automatic adjustment is completed, execute section 2-2-2 : Cam correction (AUTO) must beexecuted immediately without elapse of time. If execute section 2-2-2 : Cam correction (AUTO) is executed after elapse of timeupon completion of section 2-2-1 : CZ automatic adjustment, the sufficient performance cannot be obtained.(2) The result data (*) of automatic adjustment is indicated in blinking because of the design of the MI-COM system.Preparation)(1) For CZ automatic adjustment/cam correction, set the product condition.(2) Adjustment condition (initial condition)Tape/Card : TapeProgram AE : Auto ModeZOOM : Telephoto-endCZ adjustment chart : 2.4 0.02 m from lens frontChart luminance : 500 lux or more (High illuminance should be avoided at the wide-angle end.)2-2-1 CZ Automatic AdjustmentCHART CZ adjustment chartSPEC. At STEP 3, DT : AA should be attained. Execution of STEP 4.Procedure)(1) In the telephoto-end setting, bring the center of chart image to the center of monitor TV.(2) Referring to the table shown below, carry out CZ automatic adjustment in the service mode.(3) Perform the cam correction.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationCZ CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 00 ST 465F 902) Perform storing. RD Move to adjustment mode. (press the PAUSE button.)2 2) Perform storing. 2 08 ST 3100 00 (press the PAUSE button.) Automatic adjustment is started. Then, it iscompleted in 30 seconds approximately. If any NGcondition is encountered in automatic adjustment,check the parts inside the lens section.3 Judgment on result of adjustment 2 08 RD 3100 *AA Adjustment is completed (result is OK).Perform the cam correction. RD *FF Adjustment is completed (result is NG).Take the procedure again from the beginning.4 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-352-2-2 Cam Correction (AUTO)CHART CZ adjustment chartSPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) Quit the service mode, and turn power OFF/ON.(2) Perform the cam correction by following the table below.(3) Quit the service mode, turn power off/on, and then check that proper focusing can be attained in normal zooming operation (AFOFF).(4) If the result is NG, perform 2-2-1 : CZ automatic adjustment and 2-2-2 : Cam correction (AUTO).STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationCAM CORRECTION CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3101 002) Perform storing. RD *01 (press the PAUSE button.)23 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3202 00 WR 2) Perform storing. RD *02 Correction value measurement. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:02. 4 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3104 002) Perform storing. RD *04 Correction value calculation. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:04. 5 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3105 002) Perform storing. RD *AA Completion of correction value writing. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:AA.6 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)Cancel the service mode, and set the zoom position to the telephoto end. After focus movement is stopped, turn OFF the AF function. MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-362-3 IS Section AdjustmentNote)(1) Perform the IS adjustment after machine is re-assembled to a product status.(2) Prepare a tripod or stable work bench.(3) Each of the adjustment data (2-3-1 and 2) becomes valid when 2-3-3 data writing is made. After completion of each adjustment, besure to carry out 2-3-3 before turning power OFF.(4) The result data (*) of automatic adjustment is indicated in blinking because of the design of the MI-COM system.2-3-1 GYRO OFFSET AdjustmentSPEC. Automatic adjusutmentProcedure)(1) Wait at least 10 seconds while being careful not to apply vibration to the camera.(2) Referring to the table shown below, perform the automatic adjustment.Note)It will take approx. 25 seconds at maximum to complete adjustment (OK) after storing (pressing the pause button).2-3-2 GYRO GAIN AdjustmentSPEC. Data WritingProcedure)(1) Reset the data to be the original, referring to the table shown below.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation GYRO OFFSET CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 320D 002) Perform storing. RD *02 Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:02, NG with DT:03MONITORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation GYRO GAIN CS Function MD ADDR DT1 Gyro YAW gain adjustment1-1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3200 912) Perform storing. RD Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)2 Gyro PITCH gain adjustment2-1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3201 752) Perform storing. RD Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-372-3-3 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory WritingSPEC. Automatic writingProcedure)(1) According to the table shown below, write adjustment data (2-3-1 and 2) into the virtual EEPROM and flash memory.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation EEPROM & FLASH WRITING CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 320F 002) Perform storing. RD *02 Completion of virtual EEPROM writing. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:02, NG with DT:032 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-382-4 Camera Section AdjustmentNotes)(1) Each adjustment data (2-4-1 to 2-4-5) becomes effective after it is written into the DATA as mentioned in 2-4-6. If power must beturned OFF/ON during each adjustment, be sure to perform the DATA write procedure as mentioned in 2-4-6.(2) The adjustments from 2-4-2 through 2-4-5 must be carried out in series.(3) The result data (*) of automatic adjustment is indicated in blinking because of the design of the MI-COM system.Preparation)(1) For camera section adjustment, take the product condition.(2) Adjustment condition (initial condition)Tape/Card : TapeProgram AE : Auto ModeAF : OFFImage stabilizer : OFFChart : Standard angle of view (Set the angle after setting the high address.)2-4-1 Iris AdjustmentCHART Light box (5600K)SPEC. Automatic adjustment.Procedure)(1) Referring to the table shown below, adjust the Iris.2-4-2 WB Adjustment (1)CHART Light box (5600K)SPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) Referring to the table shown below, carry out WB adjustment (1).Note) In this adjustment, color balance gain data is set to FF. Be sure to carry out color balance adjustment de-scribed in 2-4-3.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation IRIS CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3000 002) Perform storing. WR Adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD * Adjustment is completed.Completion with DT:00 (In addition, NG) MONITORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation WB (1) CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3002 002) Perform storing. WR Adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD *05 Adjustment is completed.Completion with DT:05 (In addition, NG) MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-392-4-3 Color Balance AdjustmentCHART Lightbox (5600K), and color bar chart (white area at the left side)M.EQ. VectorscopeTP/TRIG. VIDEO OUTSPEC. FR 1st microcomputer only R : 1.7 (ratio to burst) 90, Ye : 1.0 (ratio to burst) 202FR 2nd microcomputer and subsequent R : 2.0 (ratio to burst) 90, Ye : 1.0 (ratio to burst) 180* For the FR 1st computer, the camera program version indication (CA) is C200.* For the FR 2nd computer and subsequent, the camera program version indication (CA) is 1220.Procedure)(1) For manual adjustment of color balance, change data at the following four addresses while observing a vectorscope.2-4-4 WB Adjustment (2)CHART Light box (5600K), and CCA12 filterSPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) Referring to the table shown below, carry out WB adjustment (2).STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation CB (MANUAL) CS Function MD ADDR DTR-Y GAIN 1) In the setting shown at right, adjust relevant data. 2 08 ST 3007 "ADJ" Adjustment is in progress.2) Perform storing. RD ADJ Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)B-Y GAIN 1) Make the setting shown at right. ST 3008 "ADJ" Adjustment is in progress.2) Perform storing. RD ADJ Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)R-Y MAT 1) Make the setting shown at right. ST 3009 "ADJ" Adjustment is in progress.2) Perform storing. RD ADJ Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)B-Y MAT 1) Make the setting shown at right. ST 300A "ADJ" Adjustment is in progress.2) Perform storing. RD ADJ Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation WB (2) CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3004 002) Perform storing. WR Adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD *05 Adjustment is completed.Completion with DT:05 (In addition, NG) MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-402-4-5 WB Adjustment (3)CHART Light box (5600K)SPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) Referring to the table shown below, carry out WB adjustment (3).2-4-6 Virtual EEPROM and Flash Memory WritingSPEC. Automatic writingProcedure)(1) According to the table shown below, write adjustment data (2-4-1 to 2-4-5) into the virtual EEPROM and flash memory.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation WB (3) CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3005 002) Perform storing. WR Adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD * Adjustment is completed.Completion with DT:00 (In addition, NG) MONITORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation EEPROM & FLASH WRITING CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 3006 002) Perform storing. RD *02 Completion of virtual EEPROM writing. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:02, NG with DT:032 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-412-5 CCD Pixel Missing CompensationNotes)(1) Perform this adjustment only if a void pixel is found on the CCD.(2) Before starting this adjustment, turn power on for 30 minutes.(3) In this adjustment, NG is indicated if there are two or more pixel defects at the center of the screen or if there are eight or more pixeldefects on the entire screen.(4) The result data (*) of automatic adjustment is indicated in blinking because of the design of the MI-COM system.Preparation)(1) Carry out this correction in the product state.(2) Adjustment ConditionsProgram AE : AUTOAF : OFFImage stabilizer : OFFDemo mode : OFFProcedure)(1) Perform the CCD void pixel correction (automatic mode) according to the table shown below.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation CS Function MD ADDR DT1 CCD void pixel correction1-1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 300D 002) Perform storing. WR Adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD *-- Adjustment is completed.Completion with DT:00 to 0C, NG with DT:8*2 Virtual EEPROM writing2-1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 2 08 ST 300E 002) Perform storing. RD *02 Completion of virtual EEPROM writing. (press the PAUSE button.) Completion with DT:02, NG with DT:033 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-422-6 Color Balance Check Preparation)(1) Carry out this correction in the product state.(2) Adjustment ConditionsProgram AE : AUTOAF : OFFImage stabilizer : OFFDemo mode : OFFCHART Lightbox (5600K), and color bar chartM.EQ. VectorscopeTP/TRIG. VIDEO OUTSPEC. R : 2.2 101 ( 0.15 5), Ye : 1.1 173 ( 0.15 5), G : 265 (5)Procedure)(1) Quit the service mode, and turn power OFF/ON.(2) Perform light-box recording, and carry out WB SET using the relevant function of the product.(3) Take an image of the color bar chart, and check that the levels of R, Ye and G are within the specified ranges respectively.(4) If the result of the above check is NG, carry out camera section adjustment again.DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-432-7 Recorder Section AdjustmentNote)(1) Each of the adjustment data (2-7-2 to 2-7-7) becomes valid when 2-7-8 flash memory writing is made. When turning power ON/OFF during each adjustment, be sure to carry out 2-7-8 flash memory writing.Preparation)(1) Except for the tape-path adjustment, carry out adjustment in the product state.2-7-1 Setting for DestinationSPEC. Automatic writingProcedure)(1) Referring to the table shown below, carry out the setting for destination market place.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 1 10 ST 0064 F1 All Model2) Perform storing. RD Data writing (press the PAUSE button.)2 1) Make the setting shown at right. 1 10 ST 0069 00 DM-MV650i E 01 DM-MV630i E 02 DM-MV600i E / DM-MV600 E / DM-MV590 E2) Perform storing. RD Data writing (press the PAUSE button.)3 1) Make the setting shown at right. 1 10 ST 0071 00 DM-MV650i E / DM-MV630i E 01 DM-MV600i E / DM-MV600 E / DM-MV590 E2) Perform storing. RD Data writing (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-442-7-2 Y LEVEL AdjustmentTP/TRIG. VIDEO OUTM. EQ. OscilloscopeSPEC. 980 20 [mV]Procedure)(1) Select the card VTR mode.(2) Referring to the table shown below, carry out Y level adjustment.Repeat steps 2) to 4) so that the level range shown at the rightwill be attained.* If the tape mode is selected, a delay may occur in re-sponse.Fig. 4-29980 20mVSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationY LEVEL CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 10 ST 000D ADJ White raster is output.2) Change data properly. "ADJ"3) Perform storing. RD Adjustment data reflected (press the PAUSE button.)4) Make the setting shown at right. ST Check level. 5) Perform storing. RD Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-452-7-3 C LEVEL AdjustmentTP/TRIG. VIDEO OUTM. EQ. OscilloscopeSPEC. 700 20 [mV]Procedure)(1) Select the card VTR mode.(2) Referring to the table shown below, carry out C level adjustment.Repeat steps 2) to 4) so that the level range shown at the rightwill be attained.* If the tape mode is selected, a delay may occur in re-sponse.2-7-4 AGC Initial Value AdjustmentSIGNAL COLOR BARMODE E-E (ANALOG LINE IN)SPEC. Automatic writingProcedure)(1) Input a color bar signal to the analog line circuit from the pattern generator.(2) Carry out AGC initial value adjustment according to the table shown below.Fig.4-30700 20mVSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation AGC INITIAL CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0004 --2) Perform storing. WR Automatic adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD Automatic adjustment is completed. MONITORSTEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationC LEVEL CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 10 ST 000E ADJ Green raster is output.2) For adjustment, change data properly. "ADJ"3) Perform storing. RD Adjustment data reflected (press the PAUSE button.)4) Make the setting shown at right. ST Check level. 5) Perform storing. RD Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-462-7-5 SWP AdjustmentMODE Playback of color bar master (DY9-1381-000)SPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) While playing back the color bar master, carry out SWP automatic adjustment referring to the table shown below.2-7-6 C. FG AdjustmentMODE Playback of color bar master (DY9-1381-000)SPEC. Automatic adjustmentProcedure)(1) While playing back the color bar master, carry out C.FG automatic adjustment referring to the table shown below.2-7-7 Automatic Adjustment of Reel FGMODE Stop without VTR cassetteProcedure)(1) Carry out reel FG adjustment according to the following table.2-7-8 Flash Memory WritingSPEC. Memory data writingProcedure)(1) Write adjustment data (2-7-1 to 7) into the flash memory according the table shown below.STEP PROCEDURE MONITOR Microcomputer operationSWP (AUTO) CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0001 --2) Perform storing. WR Automatic adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD Automatic adjustment is completed. STEP PROCEDURE MONITOR Microcomputer operationC.FG(AUTO) CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0003 --2) Perform storing. WR Automatic adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD Automatic adjustment is completed. STEP PROCEDURE MONITOR Microcomputer operationCS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0007 --2) Perform storing. WR Automatic adjustment is in progress. (press the PAUSE button.) RD Automatic adjustment is completed. STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operation CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 08 ST 0081 00 Preparation for flash memory updating. 2) Perform storing. RD Execution of flash memory updating. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-472-7-9 Battery Voltage Drop AdjustmentMODE During camera recording in product condition (AF : OFF, LCD PANEL : ON)SPEC. Power supply voltage: 5.85 0.02 [V]Note)(1) Perform the adjustment after 4sec of recording start.Procedure)(1) Under the above condition, set a power supply voltage to 5.85 0.02[V].(2) Referring to the table shown below, carry out battery voltage drop adjustment.STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationBATTERY VOLTAGE DROP CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 1 08 ST --2) Perform storing. RD Adjustment is completed. (press the PAUSE button.)MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-482-8 Tape Path AdjustmentNote)(1) For tape path adjustment, the service mode setting is necessary. For the details of setting procedure, refer to the DMC III Section.Preparation)(1) For tape path adjustment, make the recorder adjustment setting (P. 3-2, 3).Procedure)(1) Referring to the table given below (STEPS 1, 2, 3), play back the tracking master (DY9-1345-000) for tape path adjustment.At STEP 2, perform tracking shift by adjusting DT in a range of F0 to FF so that the RF envelope will be 70%.(2) After adjustment, restore tracking shift setting to normal according to the following table (STEPS 4 : P.OFF).STEP PROCEDURE Microcomputer operationTRACKING TAPE CS Function MD ADDR DT1 1) Play back the tracking tape.2 1) Set up tracking shift .2-1 1) Make the setting shown at right. 0 00 ST 9FE7 F22) Perform storing. RD (press the PAUSE button.)3) Perform 70% tracking shift by ST F0~FF The amount of tracking shift is changed. adjusting DT in a range of F0 to FF.4) Perform storing. RD (press the PAUSE button.)* DT00 in tracking shift released3 1) Perform tape path adjustment with the RF envelope in 70% tracking shift state.4 1) Select the normal mode. 2) Turn off power to the main unit. MONITORDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-49R-YBURSTB-YYePALDM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 EDM-MV590 ERR-YBURSTB-YPALDM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 EDM-MV590 ERYeCopy the chart on a transparent film. Trim and attach the transparent chart on a vectorscope display.Color balance adjustment chartFR 1st MI-COM onlyFR 2nd microcomputer and subsequentDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENT4-50Copy the chart on a transparent film. Trim and attach the transparent chart on a vectorscope display.R-YBURSTB-YColor balance adjustment chartYePAL DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 EDM-MV590 ERCHAPTER 5. PARTS LISTCONTENTSEXPLODED VIEWSCasing Parts Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-2Front Cover Unit Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 5-4Left Cover Unit Section-1 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-6Left Cover Unit Section-2 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5-8Right Cover Unit Section-1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-10Right Cover Unit Section-2 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-12LCD Unit Section --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-14Rear Cover Unit Section ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-16CVF Unit Section --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-18Recorder Unit Section ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-20Camera Unit Section ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-22Lens Unit Section --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-24Mechanical Chassis Section-1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-26Mechanical Chassis Section-2 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-28Mechanical Chassis Section-3 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-30Mechanical Chassis Section-4 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-32Accessory Section-1 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-34Accessory Section-2 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-36FUSE Replacement Instruction ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-38ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-39PARTS LIST -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5-405-11. Especially critical parts in the power circuit block should not be replaced with other marks.Critical parts are marked with in this electrical parts list.CAUTION5-2DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECasing Parts Section121371 61151224113 5318LEFT COVERUNITREAR COVERUNITFRONT COVERUNITRIGHT COVERUNITCAMERA/LENS/RECORDERUNIT6545-3MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 XA1-7170-307 000 F 13 SCREW2 XA1-3170-507 000 F 4 SCREW3 DA2-0436-000 000 B 1 SHOE, ACCESSORY4 D52-0220-000 000 B 1 CAP, LENS NEW5 XA4-9170-457 000 F 5 SCREW6 XA1-7170-407 000 F 2 SCREW7 DA3-0299-000 000 C 1 CUSHION NEW8 DY1-8532-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8534-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8535-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E5-4DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EFront Cover Unit Section41 2678325335-5MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DA3-0274-000 000 B 1 COVER, L JACK DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDA3-0281-000 000 B 1 COVER, L JACK DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E2 DY1-8537-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8538-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8539-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E3 XA4-9170-457 000 F 5 SCREW4 DY1-8504-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8516-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8521-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 DY1-8503-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8515-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8520-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV600i E,MV600 E NEWDY1-8540-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV590 E NEW6 DA3-0267-000 000 C 1 SHIELD, MIC NEW7 DF1-5033-000 000 C 1 MIC ASSY NEW8 DA3-0265-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, MIC NEW5-6DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ELeft Cover Unit Section-1231*178131210956432112*1 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i EONLY32*15-7MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DA3-0236-000 000 B 1 KNOB, CHANGE DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW2 DA3-0249-000 000 C 1 PLATE, CHANGE DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW3 XA4-9170-457 000 F 5(4) SCREW *( )DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,MV590 E4 DG3-0055-000 000 B 1 OPERATION KEY ASSY DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDG3-0056-000 000 B 1 OPERATION KEY ASSY DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 XA4-9170-409 000 F 1 SCREW6 WR1-5083-000 000 C 1 SPEAKER7 DA3-0330-000 000 C 1 CUSHION NEW8 DA3-0248-000 000 C 1 PLATE, C SUPPORT NEW9 DA3-0234-000 000 C 1 PLATE, C LOCK NEW10 DA3-0186-000 000 C 1 BASE, TRIPOD NEW11 XA1-7170-307 000 F 2 SCREW12 XA4-7170-407 000 F 1 SCREW13 DA3-0235-000 000 B 1 KNOB, CASSETTE OPEN NEW5-8DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ELeft Cover Unit Section-2732222825769134AA5-9MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DA3-0240-000 000 C 1 STRAP, HAND NEW2 XA1-7170-257 000 F 5 SCREW3 DA3-0226-000 000 B 1 COVER, CASSETTE NEW4 DA3-0225-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV650i E NEWDA3-0294-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV630i E NEWDA3-0296-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 DA3-0239-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, GRIP BELT NEW6 DF1-5005-000 000 C 1 CASSETTE ARM ASSY NEW7 XA4-9170-409 000 F 4 SCREW8 DY1-8502-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, EJECT NEW9 DA3-0290-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV650i E NEWDA3-0291-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV630i E NEWDA3-0292-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV600i E NEWDA3-0293-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV600 E NEWDA3-0335-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV590 E NEW5-10DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ERight Cover Unit Section-112352624*1 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E ONLY*1RIGHT COVERUNITLCD UNIT5-11MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DA2-1650-000 000 C 1 CUSHION DM-MV650i E,MV630i EDA3-0332-000 000 C 1 CUSHION DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E2 DA3-0185-000 000 B 1 COVER, LI BATT NEW3 DA3-0180-000 000 B 1 COVER, CARD DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW4 DA3-0182-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, CARD COVER DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW5 XA1-7170-407 000 F 2 SCREW6 XA4-9170-457 000 F 2 SCREW5-12DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ERight Cover Unit Section-2*1 : DM-MV650i E ONLY*2 : DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E ONLY122185551463422174161517111213*1*22289105-13MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 XA4-9170-557 000 F 3 SCREW2 XA1-7170-207 000 F 5(4) SCREW *( )DM-MV630i,MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,MV590 E3 DA3-0181-000 000 C 1 LOCK, CARD COVER DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW4 DY1-8533-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, R-KEY DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8536-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, R-KEY DM-MV630i E, NEWDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 XA4-9170-457 000 F 3 SCREW6 DG3-0058-000 000 C 1 BACKLIGHT ASSY, R KEY DM-MV650i E NEW7 DA3-0176-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, LCD LOCK NEW8 DA3-0193-000 000 C 1 SPRING, LCD LIFT NEW9 DA3-0179-000 000 B 1 LIFTER, LCD NEW10 DA3-0192-000 000 C 1 SPRING, LCD LOCK NEW11 DA3-0175-000 000 C 1 LOCK, LCD NEW12 DY1-8505-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8517-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8522-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E13 DA3-0178-000 000 B 1 KNOB, LCD OPEN NEW14 DG3-0042-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, D SW2 NEW15 DA3-0191-000 000 B 1 KNOB, A-P NEW16 DG3-0037-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CARD DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDG3-0049-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CARD DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E17 XA4-9170-407 000 F 4 SCREW18 XA4-7170-407 000 F 1 SCREW DM-MV650i E5-14DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ELCD Unit Section132 134510267985-15MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 XA1-7170-307 000 F 4 SCREW2 DA3-0283-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV650i E NEWDA3-0285-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV630i E NEWDA3-0288-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV600i E NEWDA3-0289-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV600 E NEWDA3-0334-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV590 E NEW3 DG3-0039-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, LCD NEW4 DG1-4135-000 000 C 1 BACK LIGHT ASSY, LCD*1 5 WG2-5210-000 000 B 1 LCD ASSY*2 DY1-8333-000 000 B 1 LCD ASSY6 DA3-0261-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, LCD NEW7 DA3-0264-000 000 C 1 SHEET, BOTTOM COVER NEW8 DY1-8507-000 000 B 1 HINGE ASSY NEW9 DA3-0262-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD BOTTOM NEW10 DA2-0399-000 000 C 2 SHEET, LCD*1 : Same quality as the production line.*2 : Free from the pixel dot.5-16DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ERear Cover Unit Section74113586842CVF Unit135-17MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 XA4-9170-407 000 F 5 SCREW2 DF1-5006-000 000 C 1 BATTERY TERMINAL ASSY NEW3 DA3-0250-000 000 B 1 COVER, REAR NEW4 DY1-8514-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, DC NEW5 DA3-0251-000 000 B 1 LEVER, BATTERY EJECT NEW6 DA3-0256-000 000 C 1 SPRING NEW7 XA9-1481-000 000 F 4 SCREW NEW8 XA9-1482-000 000 F 2 SCREW NEW5-18DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECVF Unit Section1 2678910111217172181913141516354242AA5-19MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DA3-0215-000 000 B 1 COVER, DUST DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDA3-0223-000 000 B 1 COVER, DUST DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E2 DA3-0206-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF TOP DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDA3-0221-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF TOP DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E3 DG3-0057-000 000 C 1 HINGE ASSY, CVF NEW4 XA1-7170-307 000 F 4 SCREW5 DA3-0207-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF BOTTOM DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEWDA3-0222-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF BOTTOM DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E6 DH2-5022-000 000 C 1 FPC, CVF-CAC NEW7 DG3-0038-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CVF NEW8 DA3-0218-000 000 C 1 REFLECTOR, CVF NEW9 DA3-0217-000 000 C 1 CUSHION, CVF PANEL NEW10 DA3-0219-000 000 C 1 DIFFUSER, CVF NEW11 WG2-5241-000 000 C 1 LCD ASSY, CVF12 DA3-0216-000 000 C 1 PLATE, MASK NEW13 DA3-0208-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF INNER NEW14 YN1-3111-000 000 C 1 LENS, EYEPIECE NEW15 DA3-0211-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, CVF LENS NEW16 DA3-0212-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, EYE PIECE NEW17 XA4-9170-457 000 F 3 SCREW18 DA3-0210-000 000 C 1 KNOB, CVF NEW19 DA2-1840-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, CVF KNOB5-20DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ERecorder Unit SectionCAMERA/LENSUNIT122435631237911108321125-21MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DY1-8499-000 000 C 1 RECORDER UNIT, DMC III2 DA1-9903-000 000 C 1 LABEL, S CHASSIS3 DA3-0160-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, RECORDER NEW4 DA1-9779-000 000 C 3 RUBBER, INSULATION5 DA2-0314-000 000 C 1 SPRING, PLATE6 XA9-1167-000 000 F 3 SCREW7 DA3-0161-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, HA NEW8 DA3-0162-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, PM 1 NEW9 DY1-8511-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV650i E NEWDY1-8519-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV630i E NEWDY1-8526-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV600i E NEWDY1-8525-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV600 E,MV590 E NEW10 DA3-0163-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, PM 2 NEW11 DY1-8513-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CAC12 XA1-7170-307 000 F 6 SCREW5-22DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECamera Unit SectionLENSUNIT*1, 2 : DM-MV650i E ONLY643112781021112135*1*215314395-23MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DG1-7296-000 000 C 1 SHOE CONNECTOR ASSY DM-MV650i EDA2-1645-000 000 C 1 SPACER, SHOE DM-MV630i E,MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,MV590 E2 XA9-1349-000 000 F 1 SCREW3 DA2-1622-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, INSULATION4 DH2-5026-000 000 C 1 FPC, AAS-CAC DM-MV650i E NEW5 DA2-1641-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, LENS6 DH9-0877-000 000 B 1 FILTER, IR NEW7 DA2-1526-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, INSULATION8 DY1-8509-000 000 B 1 CCD ASSY NEW9 DG3-0043-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CCD NEW10 XA4-9170-607 000 F 2 SCREW11 DH2-5025-000 000 C 1 FPC, CCD-CAC NEW12 DA3-0165-000 000 C 1 CUSHION, CCD NEW13 DA3-0164-000 000 C 1 SHEET, SHIELD NEW14 DA2-1524-000 000 C 3 RUBBER, INSULATION15 XA9-1294-000 000 F 3 SCREW5-24DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ELens Unit Section(3)(2)10(4)(5)(7)(9)(8)(7)(8)(1)3(6)2(6)25-25MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 XA4-9170-607 000 F 3 SCREW2 YH8-0122-000 000 C 1 IG METER UNIT NEW3 YG9-6000-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, PZ4 YG9-5999-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, AF5 YG1-0154-000 000 C 1 MOTOR, AF6 XA4-9170-457 000 F 4 SCREW7 YG9-6001-000 000 C 2 PHOTO, INTERRUPTER8 XA4-9170-357 000 F 2 SCREW9 YG1-0153-000 000 C 1 MOTOR, PZ10 DG1-4518-000 000 B 1 LENS ASSY NEW5-26DMC IIIMechanical Chassis Section-1139578642335-27MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDMC III1 DG1-4506-000 000 B 1 COMPARTMENT ASSY, CASSETTE NEW2 XA1-7140-147 000 C 1 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, PH3 DA2-2138-000 000 C 4 SCREW NEW4 DY1-8500-000 000 E 1 DRUM ASSY NEW5 DA2-2139-000 000 C 1 WASHER NEW6 DF1-1703-000 000 C 1 IDLER ASSY NEW7 DA2-2116-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (DRUM) NEW8 DA2-2115-000 000 C 1 SCREW NEW9 DY1-8501-000 000 B 1 CHASSIS ASSY, SLIDE NEW5-28DMC IIIMechanical Chassis Section-212345678619101311125-29MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDMC III1 DA2-0645-000 000 C 2 WASHER2 DG1-4504-000 000 C 1 REEL ASSY, S NEW3 DS1-0193-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (TENSION) NEW4 DF1-1693-000 000 C 1 BRAKE ASSY, TENSION NEW5 DF1-1694-000 000 C 1 RELEASE ASSY, TENSION NEW6 DA2-2139-000 000 C 2 WASHER NEW7 DF1-1704-000 000 C 1 BRAKE ASSY, S NEW8 DS1-0199-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (S BRAKE) NEW9 DG1-4505-000 000 C 1 REEL ASSY, T NEW10 DA2-2220-000 000 C 1 LEVER, EJECT NEW11 DA2-2238-000 000 C 1 BRAKE, MAIN T NEW12 DS1-0198-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (T BRAKE) NEW13 DF1-1695-000 000 C 1 REVIEW ARM ASSY NEW5-30DMC IIIMechanical Chassis Section-3222223389210111213(4)(6)(7)(5)15-31MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDMC III1 DG1-4502-000 000 C 1 MOTOR ASSY, LOADING NEW2 DA2-2261-000 000 C 8 SCREW NEW3 DG1-4497-000 000 C 1 GUIDE RAIL ASSY NEW4 DF1-1687-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, GUIDE S NEW5 DF1-1688-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, GUIDE T NEW6 DA2-0780-000 000 C 1 SCREW7 DF1-1686-000 000 C 1 DRUM BASE ASSY NEW8 DA2-2259-000 000 C 1 SCREW NEW9 DG1-4503-000 000 C 1 MOTOR ASSY, CAPSTAN NEW10 XA1-7140-147 000 C 1 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, PH11 DG1-4500-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, PINCH NEW12 DA2-2139-000 000 C 1 WASHER NEW13 DS1-0192-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (PINCH) NEW5-32DMC IIIMechanical Chassis Section-4134589610725-33MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDMC III1 DA2-2191-000 000 C 1 LEVER, CAM NEW2 XA1-7140-147 000 C 1 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, PH3 DA2-2196-000 000 C 1 BELT, TIMING NEW4 DA2-2197-000 000 C 1 GEAR, PULLEY NEW5 DA2-2190-000 000 C 1 GEAR, CONNECT NEW6 DA2-2140-000 000 C 1 WASHER NEW7 DA2-2188-000 000 C 1 GEAR, WHEEL NEW8 DA2-2139-000 000 C 1 WASHER NEW9 DA2-2195-000 000 C 1 GEAR, CAPSTAN NEW10 DG1-4501-000 000 C 1 CHASSIS ASSY, MAIN NEW5-34DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EPLUG TYPEAJPNEBAS4BP-511/512/522/535DM-MV650i EONLYWL-D79AWL-D80A, E53N.S. (Product available)WIDE ATTACHMENT(6)(7)21CG-570N.S. (Product available)CB-570N.S. (Product available)CA-570N.S. (Product available)SDC-8MN.S. (Commercially availabel.Make copy sample pictures if necessary.)Accessory Section-15-35MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DY1-8531-000 000 C 1 DC CABLE2 D82-0643-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(E) PLUG TYPE ED82-0644-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(B) PLUG TYPE BD82-0645-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(AS) PLUG TYPE AS3 D55-0170-000 000 C 1 WIDE ATTACHMENT DM-MV650i E4 DY1-8242-000 000 C 1 COVER, TERMINAL BP-511(BROWN) BP-511/512DY1-8303-000 000 C 1 COVER, TERMINAL BP-522(GRAY) BP-522/5355 D83-0622-000 000 C 1 WL-79A WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i ED83-0652-000 000 C 1 WL-80A WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV600i ED83-0653-000 000 C 1 WL-80E WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 E6 DY1-8528-000 000 C 1 COVER, BATTERY WL-D79ADY1-8121-000 000 C 1 COVER, BATTERY WL-D80A,WL-D80E7 DY1-8530-000 000 C 1 LABEL, WIRELESS CONTROLLER(A) WL-D79ADY1-8119-000 000 C 1 LABEL, WIRELESS CONTROLLER(A) WL-D80A,WL-D80E5-36DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E6PC-A10SS-8007WD-30.5TL-30.521DM-50N.S. (Product available) N.S. (Product available)N.S. (Product available)54543VL-3N.S. (Product available) N.S. (Product available)FS-30.5N.S. (Product available)IFC-300PCUAccessory Section-25-37MECHANICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E1 DY1-8246-000 000 C 1 WIND SCREEN, FRONT2 DY1-8247-000 000 C 1 WIND SCREEN, REAR3 DY1-8245-000 000 E 1 LAMP, HAROGEN4 DY4-4764-000 000 C 1 CAP, CONVERTER(FRONT)5 DY4-4765-000 000 C 1 CAP, CONVERTER(REAR)6 D81-1430-000 000 C 1 SHOULDER STRAP SS-8007 DY4-3338-000 000 C 1 CONNECTOR, SCART PC-A105-38DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EFUSE Replacement InstructionCAUTION - For continued protection against risk of fire, replace FU1801, FU3201, FU3204, FU3205only with same type : 494001 1.0A-50V FUSE and replace FU3202, FU3203 only sametype : 49401.5 1.5A-50V FUSE MANUFACTURER : LITTELFUSE.CN891CN303 CN302CN300CN301CN102CN101CN100CN3202CN3201CN2000CN2101IC300IC301IC102IC103IC3204IC100IC1802IC2100CN990CN2900CN1101CN2501MAIN P.C.B.FU3205FU1801FU3201FU3202FU3204FU32035-39ELECTRICAL PARTSSYMBOL PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 EMAIN P.C.B ASSYCN100 VS1-6596-033 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 33pCN101 VS1-5988-010 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 10p NEWCN300 VS1-5817-011 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 11pCN302 VS1-7005-018 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 18p NEWCN303 VS1-6851-021 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 21pCN891 VS1-5988-009 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 9p NEWCN2101 VS1-6851-039 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 39pCN2501 WS1-6098-000 000 C 1 CONNECTOR, DV NEWFU1801 VD7-2241-001 000 C 1 CHIP FUSEFU3201 VD7-2241-001 000 C 1 CHIP FUSEFU3202 VD7-2241-501 000 C 1 CHIP FUSEFU3203 VD7-2241-501 000 C 1 CHIP FUSEFU3204 VD7-2241-001 000 C 1 CHIP FUSEFU3205 VD7-2241-001 000 C 1 CHIP FUSECAC P.C.B ASSYCN1001 VS1-6228-015 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 15p NEWCN1201 VS1-6851-021 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 21pCN1501 VS1-6851-023 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 23pJACK P.C.B ASSYCN1 WS1-5716-000 000 C 1 JACK, MICCN2 WS1-5524-000 000 C 1 JACK, MINI AVCN3 WS1-6004-000 000 C 1 JACK, USBCN4 WS1-6104-000 000 C 1 JACK, S-VIDEO NEWCN7 VS1-6851-039 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 39p5-40PARTS LISTPAGE PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E3 D52-0220-000 000 B 1 CAP, LENS NEW35 D55-0170-000 000 C 1 WIDE ATTACHMENT DM-MV650i E37 D81-1430-000 000 C 1 SHOULDER STRAP SS-80035 D82-0643-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(E) PLUG TYPE E35 D82-0644-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(B) PLUG TYPE B35 D82-0645-000 000 C 1 CORD, AC(AS) PLUG TYPE AS35 D83-0622-000 000 C 1 WL-79A WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV650i E,DM-MV630i E35 D83-0652-000 000 C 1 WL-80A WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV600i E35 D83-0653-000 000 C 1 WL-80E WIRELESS CONTROLLER DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 E21 DA1-9779-000 000 C 3 RUBBER, INSULATION21 DA1-9903-000 000 C 1 LABEL, S CHASSIS21 DA2-0314-000 000 C 1 SPRING, PLATE15 DA2-0399-000 000 C 2 SHEET, LCD3 DA2-0436-000 000 B 1 SHOE, ACCESSORY29 DA2-0645-000 000 C 2 WASHER31 DA2-0780-000 000 C 1 SCREW23 DA2-1524-000 000 C 3 RUBBER, INSULATION23 DA2-1526-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, INSULATION23 DA2-1622-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, INSULATION23 DA2-1641-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, LENS23 DA2-1645-000 000 C 1 SPACER, SHOE DM-MV630i E,MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,MV590 E11 DA2-1650-000 000 C 1 CUSHION DM-MV650i E,MV630i E19 DA2-1840-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, CVF KNOB27 DA2-2115-000 000 C 1 SCREW NEW27 DA2-2116-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (DRUM) NEW27 DA2-2138-000 000 C 4 SCREW NEW27,29,31,33 DA2-2139-000 000 C 5 WASHER NEW33 DA2-2140-000 000 C 1 WASHER NEW33 DA2-2188-000 000 C 1 GEAR, WHEEL NEW33 DA2-2190-000 000 C 1 GEAR, CONNECT NEW33 DA2-2191-000 000 C 1 LEVER, CAM NEW33 DA2-2195-000 000 C 1 GEAR, CAPSTAN NEW33 DA2-2196-000 000 C 1 BELT, TIMING NEW33 DA2-2197-000 000 C 1 GEAR, PULLEY NEW29 DA2-2220-000 000 C 1 LEVER, EJECT NEW29 DA2-2238-000 000 C 1 BRAKE, MAIN T NEW31 DA2-2259-000 000 C 1 SCREW NEW31 DA2-2261-000 000 C 8 SCREW NEW21 DA3-0160-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, RECORDER NEW21 DA3-0161-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, HA NEW21 DA3-0162-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, PM 1 NEW21 DA3-0163-000 000 C 1 SHIELD CASE, PM 2 NEW23 DA3-0164-000 000 C 1 SHEET, SHIELD NEW23 DA3-0165-000 000 C 1 CUSHION, CCD NEW13 DA3-0175-000 000 C 1 LOCK, LCD NEW13 DA3-0176-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, LCD LOCK NEW13 DA3-0178-000 000 B 1 KNOB, LCD OPEN NEW13 DA3-0179-000 000 B 1 LIFTER, LCD NEW11 DA3-0180-000 000 B 1 COVER, CARD DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW13 DA3-0181-000 000 C 1 LOCK, CARD COVER DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW11 DA3-0182-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, CARD COVER DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW11 DA3-0185-000 000 B 1 COVER, LI BATT NEW7 DA3-0186-000 000 C 1 BASE, TRIPOD NEW13 DA3-0191-000 000 B 1 KNOB, A-P NEW13 DA3-0192-000 000 C 1 SPRING, LCD LOCK NEW13 DA3-0193-000 000 C 1 SPRING, LCD LIFT NEW19 DA3-0206-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF TOP DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW19 DA3-0207-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF BOTTOM DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW19 DA3-0208-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF INNER NEW5-41PARTS LISTPAGE PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E19 DA3-0210-000 000 C 1 KNOB, CVF NEW19 DA3-0211-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, CVF LENS NEW19 DA3-0212-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, EYE PIECE NEW19 DA3-0215-000 000 B 1 COVER, DUST DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW19 DA3-0216-000 000 C 1 PLATE, MASK NEW19 DA3-0217-000 000 C 1 CUSHION, CVF PANEL NEW19 DA3-0218-000 000 C 1 REFLECTOR, CVF NEW19 DA3-0219-000 000 C 1 DIFFUSER, CVF NEW19 DA3-0221-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF TOP DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E19 DA3-0222-000 000 B 1 COVER, CVF BOTTOM DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E19 DA3-0223-000 000 B 1 COVER, DUST DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E9 DA3-0225-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV650i E NEW9 DA3-0226-000 000 B 1 COVER, CASSETTE NEW7 DA3-0234-000 000 C 1 PLATE, C LOCK NEW7 DA3-0235-000 000 B 1 KNOB, CASSETTE OPEN NEW7 DA3-0236-000 000 B 1 KNOB, CHANGE DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW9 DA3-0239-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, GRIP BELT NEW9 DA3-0240-000 000 C 1 STRAP, HAND NEW7 DA3-0248-000 000 C 1 PLATE, C SUPPORT NEW7 DA3-0249-000 000 C 1 PLATE, CHANGE DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW17 DA3-0250-000 000 B 1 COVER, REAR NEW17 DA3-0251-000 000 B 1 LEVER, BATTERY EJECT NEW17 DA3-0256-000 000 C 1 SPRING NEW15 DA3-0261-000 000 C 1 HOLDER, LCD NEW15 DA3-0262-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD BOTTOM NEW15 DA3-0264-000 000 C 1 SHEET, BOTTOM COVER NEW5 DA3-0265-000 000 C 1 RUBBER, MIC NEW5 DA3-0267-000 000 C 1 SHIELD, MIC NEW5 DA3-0274-000 000 B 1 COVER, L JACK DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW5 DA3-0281-000 000 B 1 COVER, L JACK DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E15 DA3-0283-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV650i E NEW15 DA3-0285-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV630i E NEW15 DA3-0288-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV600i E NEW15 DA3-0289-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV600 E NEW9 DA3-0290-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV650i E NEW9 DA3-0291-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV630i E NEW9 DA3-0292-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV600i E NEW9 DA3-0293-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV600 E NEW9 DA3-0294-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV630i E NEW9 DA3-0296-000 000 B 1 COVER, LEFT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E3 DA3-0299-000 000 C 1 CUSHION NEW7 DA3-0330-000 000 C 1 CUSHION NEW11 DA3-0332-000 000 C 1 CUSHION DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E15 DA3-0334-000 000 B 1 COVER, LCD TOP DM-MV590 E NEW9 DA3-0335-000 000 C 1 LABEL, NAME DM-MV590 E NEW31 DF1-1686-000 000 C 1 DRUM BASE ASSY NEW31 DF1-1687-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, GUIDE S NEW31 DF1-1688-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, GUIDE T NEW29 DF1-1693-000 000 C 1 BRAKE ASSY, TENSION NEW29 DF1-1694-000 000 C 1 RELEASE ASSY, TENSION NEW29 DF1-1695-000 000 C 1 REVIEW ARM ASSY NEW27 DF1-1703-000 000 C 1 IDLER ASSY NEW29 DF1-1704-000 000 C 1 BRAKE ASSY, S NEW9 DF1-5005-000 000 C 1 CASSETTE ARM ASSY NEW5-42PARTS LISTPAGE PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E17 DF1-5006-000 000 C 1 BATTERY TERMINAL ASSY NEW5 DF1-5033-000 000 C 1 MIC ASSY NEW15 DG1-4135-000 000 C 1 BACK LIGHT ASSY, LCD31 DG1-4497-000 000 C 1 GUIDE RAIL ASSY NEW31 DG1-4500-000 000 C 1 ROLLER ASSY, PINCH NEW33 DG1-4501-000 000 C 1 CHASSIS ASSY, MAIN NEW31 DG1-4502-000 000 C 1 MOTOR ASSY, LOADING NEW31 DG1-4503-000 000 C 1 MOTOR ASSY, CAPSTAN NEW29 DG1-4504-000 000 C 1 REEL ASSY, S NEW29 DG1-4505-000 000 C 1 REEL ASSY, T NEW27 DG1-4506-000 000 B 1 COMPARTMENT ASSY, CASSETTE NEW25 DG1-4518-000 000 B 1 LENS ASSY NEW23 DG1-7296-000 000 C 1 SHOE CONNECTOR ASSY DM-MV650i E13 DG3-0037-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CARD DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW19 DG3-0038-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CVF NEW15 DG3-0039-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, LCD NEW13 DG3-0042-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, D SW2 NEW23 DG3-0043-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CCD NEW13 DG3-0049-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CARD DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E7 DG3-0055-000 000 B 1 OPERATION KEY ASSY DM-MV650i E,MV630i E NEW7 DG3-0056-000 000 B 1 OPERATION KEY ASSY DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E19 DG3-0057-000 000 C 1 HINGE ASSY, CVF NEW13 DG3-0058-000 000 C 1 BACKLIGHT ASSY, R KEY DM-MV650i E NEW19 DH2-5022-000 000 C 1 FPC, CVF-CAC NEW23 DH2-5025-000 000 C 1 FPC, CCD-CAC NEW23 DH2-5026-000 000 C 1 FPC, AAS-CAC DM-MV650i E NEW23 DH9-0877-000 000 B 1 FILTER, IR NEW31 DS1-0192-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (PINCH) NEW29 DS1-0193-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (TENSION) NEW29 DS1-0198-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (T BRAKE) NEW29 DS1-0199-000 000 C 1 SPRING, COIL (S BRAKE) NEW35 DY1-8119-000 000 C 1 LABEL, WIRELESS CONTROLLER(A) WL-D80A,WL-D80E35 DY1-8121-000 000 C 1 COVER, BATTERY WL-D80A,WL-D80E35 DY1-8242-000 000 C 1 COVER, TERMINAL BP-511(BROWN) BP-511/51237 DY1-8245-000 000 E 1 LAMP, HAROGEN37 DY1-8246-000 000 C 1 WIND SCREEN, FRONT37 DY1-8247-000 000 C 1 WIND SCREEN, REAR35 DY1-8303-000 000 C 1 COVER, TERMINAL BP-522(GRAY) BP-522/535*2 15 DY1-8333-000 000 B 1 LCD ASSY21 DY1-8499-000 000 C 1 RECORDER UNIT, DMC III27 DY1-8500-000 000 E 1 DRUM ASSY NEW27 DY1-8501-000 000 B 1 CHASSIS ASSY, SLIDE NEW9 DY1-8502-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, EJECT NEW5 DY1-8503-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV650i E NEW5 DY1-8504-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV650i E NEW13 DY1-8505-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV650i E NEW15 DY1-8507-000 000 B 1 HINGE ASSY NEW23 DY1-8509-000 000 B 1 CCD ASSY NEW21 DY1-8511-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV650i E NEW21 DY1-8513-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, CAC17 DY1-8514-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, DC NEW5 DY1-8515-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV630i E NEW5 DY1-8516-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV630i E NEW13 DY1-8517-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV630i E NEW21 DY1-8519-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV630i E NEW5 DY1-8520-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV600i E,MV600 E NEW5-43PARTS LISTPAGE PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E5 DY1-8521-000 000 B 1 LENS RING ASSY DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E13 DY1-8522-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, RIGHT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E21 DY1-8525-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV600 E,MV590 E NEW21 DY1-8526-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, MAIN DM-MV600i E NEW35 DY1-8528-000 000 C 1 COVER, BATTERY WL-D79A35 DY1-8530-000 000 C 1 LABEL, WIRELESS CONTROLLER(A) WL-D79A35 DY1-8531-000 000 C 1 DC CABLE3 DY1-8532-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV650i E NEW13 DY1-8533-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, R-KEY DM-MV650i E NEW3 DY1-8534-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV630i E NEW3 DY1-8535-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, JACK DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E13 DY1-8536-000 000 C 1 PCB ASSY, R-KEY DM-MV630i E, NEWDM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 DY1-8537-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV650i E NEW5 DY1-8538-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV630i E NEW5 DY1-8539-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, FRONT DM-MV600i E, NEWDM-MV600 E,MV590 E5 DY1-8540-000 000 B 1 COVER ASSY, F JACK DM-MV590 E NEW37 DY4-3338-000 000 C 1 CONNECTOR, SCART PC-A1037 DY4-4764-000 000 C 1 CAP, CONVERTER(FRONT)37 DY4-4765-000 000 C 1 CAP, CONVERTER(REAR)VD7-2241-001 000 C 4 CHIP FUSEVD7-2241-501 000 C 2 CHIP FUSEVS1-5817-011 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 11pVS1-5988-009 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 9p NEWVS1-5988-010 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 10p NEWVS1-6228-015 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 15p NEWVS1-6596-033 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 33pVS1-6851-021 000 C 2 CONNECTOR 21pVS1-6851-023 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 23pVS1-6851-039 000 C 2 CONNECTOR 39pVS1-7005-018 000 C 1 CONNECTOR 18p NEW*1 15 WG2-5210-000 000 B 1 LCD ASSY19 WG2-5241-000 000 C 1 LCD ASSY, CVF7 WR1-5083-000 000 C 1 SPEAKERWS1-5524-000 000 C 1 JACK, MINI AVWS1-5716-000 000 C 1 JACK, MICWS1-6004-000 000 C 1 JACK, USBWS1-6098-000 000 C 1 CONNECTOR, DV NEWWS1-6104-000 000 C 1 JACK, S-VIDEO NEW3 XA1-3170-507 000 F 4 SCREW27,31,33 XA1-7140-147 000 C 3 SCREW, CROSS-RECESS, PH13 XA1-7170-207 000 F 5(4) SCREW *( )DM-MV630i,MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,MV590 E9 XA1-7170-257 000 F 5 SCREW3,7,15,19,21 XA1-7170-307 000 F 29 SCREW3,11 XA1-7170-407 000 F 4 SCREW7,13 XA4-7170-407 000 F 2(1) SCREW *( )DM-MV630i,MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,MV590 E25 XA4-9170-357 000 F 2 SCREW13,17 XA4-9170-407 000 F 9 SCREW7,9 XA4-9170-409 000 F 5 SCREW3,5,7,11,13,19,25 XA4-9170-457 000 F 27(26) SCREW *( )DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E,MV590 E13 XA4-9170-557 000 F 3 SCREW23,25 XA4-9170-607 000 F 5 SCREW5-44PARTS LISTPAGE PART NO. CLASS QTY DESCRIPTION REMARKSDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 E21 XA9-1167-000 000 F 3 SCREW23 XA9-1294-000 000 F 3 SCREW23 XA9-1349-000 000 F 1 SCREW17 XA9-1481-000 000 F 4 SCREW NEW17 XA9-1482-000 000 F 2 SCREW NEW25 YG1-0153-000 000 C 1 MOTOR, PZ25 YG1-0154-000 000 C 1 MOTOR, AF25 YG9-5999-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, AF25 YG9-6000-000 000 C 1 SHAFT, PZ25 YG9-6001-000 000 C 2 PHOTO, INTERRUPTER25 YH8-0122-000 000 C 1 IG METER UNIT NEW19 YN1-3111-000 000 C 1 LENS, EYEPIECE NEWCHAPTER 6. BLOCK DIAGRAMSCONTENTSINTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMBLOCK DIAGRAMSCAMERA SECTION-1CAMERA SECTION-2SYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONSERVO SECTIONAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1AUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-2POWER SUPPLY SECTIONLCD P.C.B. SECTIONJACK P.C.B. SECTION( DIGITAL MECHANICAL CHASSIS III )DMC IIIMAINCHASSISDRUMMOTORLOADINGMOTORSLIDECHASSISVIDEOHEADSD CARDMIC UNITDV JACKDC JACKHINGE ASS'YMIC JACKAV JACKUSB JACKS JACKSPEAKERRED BLKLENSUNITZOOM MOTORFOCUS MOTORFOCUS SENSZOOM SENSTEMP SENSIG METERMetal contact (Pins' face up)Metal contact (Pins' face down): :LCDBACK LIGHTLCDLCD UNITMetal contact Metal contactMAIN P.C.B.DC P.C.B.BATTERY TERMINALOPERATION KEY UNITCARD P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.JACKP.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CN891CN303 CN302CN300CN301CN102CN101CN100CN3202CN3201CN2000CN1CN2101IC300IC301IC102IC103IC3204IC100IC1802IC2100CN990CN1101CN25011 111 11161312333210A1 B1A15 B1517 1011182111A1B1A35B3512399CN701IC801IC802IC803IC3203IC3202IC2300IC1102IC2301IC2000IC2302IC3201IC110114CN1201IC1701IC1002IC1502CN1001CN150111122322CN41012223211522120CN150217IC1001IC1202IC1501CN1002A1B1A35B35CN1IC1601IC1602CN2CN3CN4CN5CN721123938CN612CN4002CN4000114CN4001123332CN4102122CVF P.C.B.CN10701 15CN2900A1 B1A10 B10RKEY P.C.B.RKEY BACK LIGHT ASS'YCN101CN1002151DSW2 P.C.B.JOG FPCLCD P.C.B.CN901IC4201WP4202 WP4201IC902IC903IC901CN902CN9031111717121 24127EJECT SW1613SHOE CONNECTORASSEMBLY11212INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAM DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003CN100123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233CN10112345678910CN102A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15B1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8B9B10B11B12B13B14B15CN3001234567891011CN30112345678910CN302123456789101112131415161718CN303123456789101112131415161718192021CN7011234GNDCARD DAT2CARD CMDCARD DAT3GNDDVDD 3VCHAGE LEDGNDCARD SCKGNDGNDCARD ACC LEDCARD DATCARD VSS1CARD DAT1VTR UNREGCARD PROPANEL B/T SWCARD DETKEY AD0LI 3VKEY AD1PAE/GREENPANEL OPEN SWDIAL CWDIAL CCWKEY AD2KEY AD3P5VKEY LED2KEY LED1KEY LED0KEY LED0CK 3VZOOM ADGNDPHOTO SWHALF PHOTO SWTAPE/CARD SWGNDSTART/STOP SWVTR PW SWCAM PW SWMODE RESETEPMCECNVSSN.CDEBCLKGNDDEBUDGNDDEBDDGNDXDEBENGNDGNDE3V+LI3VGNDFLASH CLKFLASH RSTFLASH RXD1FLASH TXD1N.CDVDD3VCG CSEEP/CG CLKEEP/CG SODOT CLKOSD I0OSD I1VIC HDVIC VDWWCOIL COMSENS GARDSENS COMDPGDFGVVUUN.CDEW DEW +LOAD ()LOAD ()MSW SENSMSW VCCMSW VSSLOAD (+)LOAD (+)U COILU COILW COILW COILV COILV COILC H W W +C H +U +U V +V CFG2CFG GNDCFG VCCCFG1BOT EBOT CMIC GNDMIC3REC PRFMIC2MIC1T IN T OUT T IN +T OUT +C INCIN GNDLED ALED KS IN S OUT S IN +S OUT +EOT EEOT CMIC GND RINT MIC R MIC GND LINT MIC LMAIN P.C.B.CN891123456789CN990123456789101112CN1101A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15A16A17A18A19A20A21A22A23A24A25A26A27A28A29A30A31A32A33A34A35B1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8B9B10B11B12B13B14B15B16B17B18B19B20B21B22B23B24B25B26B27B28B29B30B31B32B33B34B35CN20001234567CN2101123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839SHOE UNREGSHOE UNREGPOW GNDPOW GNDID-1SPACK ONADV MIC GNDADV MIC LADV MIC RLCD 3VLCD 5VLCD 8.5VLCD 15VKCD 10VGNDMO GNDVTR UNREGPANEL XOEPANEL LCKLCD CSLCD EEP CSGNDRAWDATA (6)RAWDATA (5)RAWDATA (4)RAWDATA (3)RAWDATA (2)GNDPWM FAPWM FBPWM ZAPWM ZBZ PSBF PSBZ RES SWF RES SWGNDMO GNDMO GNDP5VP5VVF RVF GVF BGNDCSYNCGNDEVF BL ONEVF 8.5VLCD 3VEVF EEP CSLCD EEP SOUTEVF SENLCD EEP SCKEVF EEP SINEVF 3V ONGNDRAWDATA(7)RAWDATA (8)RAWDATA(9)RAWDATA(10)RAWDATA(11)GNDGNDGNDDSP CLKGNDAGC CSCAM SOCAM SCKTG RSTVGATEXTGHDXTGVDXSGCAM 3VCAM 3VIRIS 3VCCD 15VCCD 7VDA LOADLED RETI SWP GY OUTY GY OUTTEMPP GYROY GYROI ENCIRIS CLIRIS OPHA GNDH1AH1BHA GNDH2AH2BHA GNDMIC GNDEXT LEXT P DETEXT RMIC GNDMIC GNDP5VCAM LEDAV GNDAV GNDV I/O/HP RAV DETAV GNDAV RAV L/HP LAV GNDAV GNDP GY OUTRMC INCAM 3VSP +SP V BUSGNDGNDD D +GNDGNDY GY OUTEJECT SWGNDS DETY I/OYC GNDYC GNDC I/OYC GNDN.CMAIN P.C.B.CN2900A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9A10B1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8B9B10CN3201123CN3202123456V I/OGNDVTR POW SWT/C POW SWCAM POW SWFCH OTCKSWPGNDPBRFN.CMODE RESETVTR ON IC3201N.CMIC2MIC3TRSTTMSTDITDODC DC +DC J SWBATT E3BATT INFO ADBATT BATT BATT +BATT +MAIN P.C.B.CN9011234567CN902123456789101112CN903123456789101112131415161718192021222324LCD EEP SOUTLCD EEP SCKSIN1C SYNCPANEL RPANEL GPANEL BLCD 3VLCD 5VLCD 8.5VLCD 15VLCD 10VGNDMO GNDVTR UNREGPANEL XOEPANEL LCKLCD CSLCD EEP CSVGLN.CSTVRU/DCKVDEVSTVLVCCVGHVCOMAVDDSTHRL/RN.CVRVGVBGNDCPH3CPH2CPH1Q1HOEHSTHLLCD P.C.B.CN1070123456789101112131415GNDCCD OUTGNDVL (7.5V)VH (+15V)GNDH2H1RESETGNDV4V3V1V2VSUBCCD P.C.B.CN41011234567891011121314151617181920212223CN410212345678910111213141516171819202122BL5VCOMCKV1CKV2STVXSTVXENBENBVBBDSDXDSGDSGGNDBRGVDDCKH2VSSCKH1STHXSTHXSTHXSTHSTHVSSCKH1CKH2VDDCSHGRBDSGXDSGDSDVBBCSVENBXENBXSTVSTVCKV2CKV1COMCVF P.C.B.CN512CN612CN7123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233343536373839SP +SP GNDEJECT SWYC GNDC I/OYC GNDYC GNDY I/OS DETGNDEJECT SWY GY OUTGNDGNDD +D GNDGNDVBUSSP SP +CAM 3VRMC INP GY OUTAV GNDAV GNDAV L/HP LAV RAV GNDAV DETV I/O/HP RAV GNDAV GNDCAM LEDP5VMIC GNDMIC GNDEXT REXT P DETEXT LMIC GNDN.CJACK P.C.B.CN4000123456789101112CN4001123456789101112131415161718192021222324252627282930313233CN40021234567891011121314MMC RSVMMC CMDMMC VSS1MMC VDDMMC CLKMMC VSS1MMC DATMMC DAT1MMC DAT2CARD PROGNDCARD DETKEY LED0KEY LED1KEY LED2P5VKEY AD3KEY AD2DIAL CCWDIAL CWPANEL OPEN SWPAE/GREENKEY AD1LI 3VKEY AD0CARD DETPANEL B/T SWCARD PROVTR UNREGCARD DAT1CARD VSS1CARD DATCARD ACC LEDGNDGNDCARD SCKGNDCHAGE LEDDVDD 3VGNDCARD DAT3CARD CMDCARD DAT2GNDGNDMENUGNDDIAL CWDIAL CCWDIAL PUSHGNDPANEL B/T SWPANEL OPEN SWP5VKEY LED0KEY LED1KEY LED2KEY AD2REW KEYCARD P.C.B.CN1001123456789101112131415CN1002A1A2A3A4A5A6A7A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15A16A17A18A19A20A21A22A23 A24A25A26A27A28A29A30A31A32A33A34A35B1B2B3B4B5B6B7B8B9B10B11B12B13B14B15B16B17B18B19B20B21B22B23B24B25B26B27B28B29B30B31B32B33B34B35CN1201123456789101112131415161718192021CN15011234567891011121314151617181920212223CN15021234567VSUBV2V1V3V4GNDRESETH1H2GNDCCD VH 15VCCD VL 7.5VGNDCCD OUTGNDGNDRAWDATA (6)RAWDATA (5)RAWDATA (4)RAWDATA (3)RAWDATA (2)GNDPWM FAPWM FBPWM ZAPWM ZBZ PSBF PSBZ RES SWF RES SWGNDMO GNDMO GNDP5VP5VVF RVF GVF BGNDCSYNCGNDEVF BL ONEVF 8.5VLCD 3VEVF EEP CSLCD EEP SOUTEVF SENLCD EEP SCKEVF EEP SINEVF 3V ONGNDRAWDATA(7)RAWDATA (8)RAW\DATA(9)RAWDATA(10)RAWDATA(11)GNDGNDGNDDSP CLKGNDAGC CSCAM SOCAM SCKTG RSTVGATEXTGHDXTGVDXSGCAM 3VCAM 3VIRIS 3VCCD 15VCCD 7VDA LOADLED RETI SWP GY OUTY GY OUTTEMPP GYROY GYROI ENCIRIS CLIRIS OPDRIVE (+)DRIVE ()HALL IN (+)HALL OUT (+)HALL IN()HALL OUT ()GNDFOCUS AFOCUS BFOCUS-BFOCUS-AFOCUS VCCZOOM LEDZOOM SENSTEMPFOCUS LEDFOCUS SENSZOOM-BZOOM BZOOM-AZOOM AXSTHSTHCKH1VSSCKH2VDDGRBVSSDSGXDSGDSDVBBENBXENBXSTVSTVCKV2CKV1COMBL5VBL5VLCD EEP SOUTLCD EEP SCKEVF EEP SINC SYNCPANEL RPANEL GPANEL BCAC P.C.B.CN10012345CN10112P5VKEY LED0KEY LED1KEY LED2N.CGNDPANEL B/T SWRKEY P.C.B.INTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMDM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECAMERA SECTION-1 DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003DIGITAL VIDEO SIGNALANALOG VIDEO SIGNALIC1070ICX089AKCCDVCTRL 18CLR 19CS 62CLKO 17HD IN 16SCK 64SDATA 63VD INVGATETG RSTAGC CSDSP CLKXTGHDXTGVD15D9 10D8 9D7 8D6 7D5 6D4 5D3 4D2 3D1 2D0IC1001MN3112SAV-DRIVERIC1002AN12070ATG/CDS/AGC/AD1IV3 14DVDD159AVDD50AVDD48DVDD237DVDD332DVDD329DVDD326CCD SW20DRVDD11DVDD214CCD OUTCCD OUT52H231H128RH 2H 1RESET27V 340CH2 13 CH 235IV4 12 V 439ISUB 10 SUB34IV2 9 V 241CH1 8 CH 136DV15DSUB1DV23DV418DV3V 1VSUBV 2V 4V 317VHH20VDC6CAM 3VP5VCAM 3VP5VIRIS 3VVL2CCD VL-7.5VVH16IV1 7IC1202BH9910KVIRIS DRIVE8899101030302020292919282827183337373435354211545 454621636V 142CCD 7VCCD 15VIRIS 3VP5VCAM 3VCCD VH 15VCAM 3VLCD 3VEVF A3VLCD 3VCCD VL -7.5VCCD VH 15VCAM 3VEVF 8.5VLCD 3VQ1505Q1506RAWDATA (2)RAWDATA (3)RAWDATA (4)RAWDATA (5)RAWDATA (6)RAWDATA (7)RAWDATA (8)RAWDATA (9)RAWDATA (10)RAWDATA (11)Q1201XSGP5VP5VLCD 3VCAM 3VCAM 3VIRIS 3VCCD 15VCCD 7VRAWDATA (2)RAWDATA (3)RAWDATA (4)RAWDATA (5)RAWDATA (6)RAWDATA (7)RAWDATA (8)RAWDATA (9)RAWDATA (10)RAWDATA (11)DSP CLKAGC CSTG RSTVGATEXTGHDXTGVDPWM FAPWM FBPWM ZAPWM ZBZ PSBF PSBCAM SOCAM SCKDA LOADIRIS CLIRIS OPI SWP GY OUTY GY OUTP GYROY GYROI ENCZ RES SWTEMPF RES SWLED RETCSYNCVF BVF GVF RLCD EEP SOUTLCD EEP SCKEVF SENEVF EEP CSEVF EEP SINEVF BL ONEVF 8.5VEVF 3V ONCN1002B19A19A20A29B20B21B22B23B24A6A5A4A3A2B2B3B4B5B6B10B12B15B16B17B18A8A9A10A11A12A13B13B14B25B34B35B27B28B29B31B32B33A14B30A15B26A25A23A22A21A31A33A32A30A34A27A28A35PANEL RPANEL GPANEL BEVF EEP SINLCD EEP SCKLCD EEP SOUTC SYNCCN1502Q1502Q15015673214VSUBV 2V 1V 3V 4CCD VH 15VCCD VL -7.5VRESETH 1H 2CCD OUTCN100112345111278914TOLENS UNITXSTHSTHCKH1CKH2GRBDSGXDSGENBXENBXSTVSTVCKV2CKV1COMDSDVDDVBBBL5VBL5VCN15011235789111215161718192021136142223FOCUS AFOCUS BFOCUS BFOCUS AZOOM BZOOM BZOOM AZOOM ADRIVE (+ )DRIVE ( )HALL IN (+ )HALL OUT (+ )HALL IN ( )HALL OUT ( )FOCUS VCCZOOM SENSTEMPFOCUS SENSZOOM LEDFOCUS LEDCN120189101118192021123456121415171316462115564312HALL IN ( )HALL OUT ( )HALL OUT (+ )HALL IN (+ )DRIVE ( )DRIVE (+ )1927183334I ENCY GYROY GY OUTDA LOADP GYROP GY OUTI SWIRIS OPIRIS CL3635IC1501LV4141WEVF DRIVER55BIN54GIN53RIN87DATA60121157SYNC IN1620431917184050 DSDOUT47 VCC 239 VCCCOM38 COMOUT28 CKV127 CKV226 STV25 XSTV29 XENB30 ENB23 XDSG244549DSGBOUTGOUTROUTCKH 2CKH 1STHXSTHDSDCOMCKV1CKV2STVXSTVXENBENBXDSGDSGBGRCKH2CKH1STHXSTHSCLKHDINVDD 0VDD 2VDD 1VCC 1LOADIC1502BR9020FFV-WEEPROM4DO18 VCC3 DI2 SK CSIC1701BH6564FVMOTOR DRIVE211221421IN 31512VDD31858VM 3VM 2VM 171764919201610OUT 3FOUT 3ROUT 4ROUT 4FOUT 1ROUT 2ROUT 2FOUT 1FZOOM AZOOM AZOOM BZOOM BFOCUS AFOCUS BFOCUS BFOCUS AEN 1EN 2EN 3EN 4IN 4IN 2IN 1PWM ZAF PSBZ PSBPWM ZBPWM FBPWM FACAM 3VEVF 8.5VEVF 8.5VQ1509 Q1507CCD OUTV1V2VSUBCN10702151314V3V4121187H1H2RESETVH (+15V)VL (7.5V)954VOUT Q1071BUFFERVH (+15V)V1V2V3V4H1H2RGVDDVLVH (+15V)710SUB432112139811Q1504Q1503IV3CH2IV4ISUBIV2CH1IV1TOHINGE ASS'YTOCAMERA SECTION-2MAIN P.C.B.CN1101TOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.CN1101BL5VCOMCKV1CKV2STVXSTVXENBENBVBBDSDXDSGDSGBRGVDDCKH2CKH1STHXSTHXSTHCN4101Q4101 Q4102123456789101112141516171820212223COMCKV1CKV2STVXSTVXENBENBVBBDSDXDSGDSGBRGVDDCKH2CKH1STHXSTHCN41022221201918171614131211109865421CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.LCD(CVF)DIGITAL AUDIO SIGNALDIGITAL VIDEO SIGNAL13 SO312 SCLK3346 D7292 C LKON263 SCS8185 CDATA3319 CDATA2137 AIN850 AIN4340 AIN5217 AIN6186 CDATA011 CDATA1324 SCS469 CSYNC091 VF G2175 VF B2312 VF R2199 ICS1271 ICS0101 CDATA510 CDATA4194 PWM0266 PWM1111 PWM221 PWM3113TDO103CCLK6ADATA 0315ADATA 1314ADATA 2179ADATA 3255ADATA 495ADATA 53ADATA 6178ADATA 7100BDATA 0318BDATA 1183BDATA 299BDATA 3317BDATA 47BDATA 5316BDATA 6182BDATA 7105SI3282EDACK133EDREQ281XEWRL211XECS5283XEINT0348LREQ46RDY149WCK62LRCK148AUD1 O227AUD1 I228AMCKTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1TOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-2IC2301IC2301(1/3)MB87M1255VIC369MADDR L3155MADDR L4233MADDR L5303MADDR L668MADDR L7154MADDR L867MADDR L9153MADDR L1066MADDR L11231MADDR L12304MADDR L2234MADDR L1156MADDR L0237MDQM L074MDQM L1159MDQM L273MDQM L3306MCKE L236MCLK L158XMCS L305XMRAS L235XMCAS L71XMWE L291EADDR M0219EADDR M152EADDR M2139EADDR M3290EADDR M4218EADDR M551EADDR M6289EADDR M7217EADDR M8137EADDR M949EADDR M10136EADDR M11288EADDR M12216EADDR M13135EADDR M14215EADDR M15287EADDR M16285EDATA M044EDATA M1132EDATA M243EDATA M3212EDATA M4131EDATA M542EDATA M6202BDATA 031BDATA 1275BDATA 2201BDATA 330BDATA 4119BDATA 5274BDATA 6200BDATA 7116ADATA 0271ADATA 1197ADATA 225ADATA 3270ADATA 424ADATA 514MCCLK A105MCDT A3188MCDT A2263MCDT A115MCDT A0189MCCMD A220XEWRU M53XERD M185TRST9TMS121VCLK101TCK23ADATA 6113ADATA 7211EDATA M7130EDATA M8283EDATA M941EDATA M10210EDATA M1140EDATA M12282EDATA M13209EDATA M14128EDATA M1547EADDR M1746EADDR M18134EADDR M19214EADDR M20133EADDR M21213EADDR M2220AUDI1258AUDO2IC1102MB87M1285PBTMACS27A260A361A462A563A664A765A866A924A10/AP22BA023BA12DQ04DQ15DQ27DQ38DQ410DQ511DQ613DQ774DQ876DQ977DQ1079DQ1180DQ1282DQ1383DQ1485DQ1531DQ1633DQ1734DQ1836DQ1937DQ2039DQ2140DQ2242DQ2345DQ2447DQ2548DQ2650DQ2751DQ2853DQ2954DQ3056DQ31301 MDATA L0152 MDATA L1230 MDATA L2151 MDATA L3300 MDATA L464 MDATA L5229 MDATA L6150 MDATA L7299 MDATA L8228 MDATA L9149 MDATA L1062 MDATA L11298 MDATA L12227 MDATA L1361 MDATA L14297 MDATA L15226 MDATA L16147 MDATA L1760 MDATA L1859 MDATA L19146 MDATA L2058 MDATA L21145 MDATA L22295 MDATA L23224 MDATA L2457 MDATA L25223 MDATA L26294 MDATA L2756 MDATA L28143 MDATA L29222 MDATA L3055 MDATA L3196 RAWDATA 24 RAWDATA 3255 RAWDATA 4179 RAWDATA 53 RAWDATA 694 RAWDATA 7254 RAWDATA 8178 RAWDATA 92 RAWDATA 1093 RAWDATA 11111 AUDI221 AUDO1194 LRCLK112 WCLK142 RDY221 XEINT154 XEINT0141 XECS M292 XEWRL M281 DREQ0127 XDACK022 XRESET184 TDI276 BDATACLK6 TGCLK7 TG HD182 TG VD8 VGATE26A125A016DQM071DQM128DQM259DQM367CKE68CLK20/CS19/RAS18/CAS17/WEIC1101HY57V643220CT-55SDRAMCN1101A19A20A29B20B21B22B23B24A6A5A4A3A2B2B3B4B5B6B10B16B17B18A8A9A10A11A12A13A14A15A21A23A22A25B12B13B14B15B19B25B26B27B28B29B30B31B32B33B34B35P5VP5VLCD 3VCAM 3VCAM 3VIRIS 3VCCD 15VCCD 7VRAWDATA (2)RAWDATA (3)RAWDATA (4)RAWDATA (5)RAWDATA (6)RAWDATA (7)RAWDATA (8)RAWDATA (9)RAWDATA (10)RAWDATA (11)DSP CLKVGATEXTGHDXTGVDPWM FAPWM FBPWM ZAPWM ZBZ PSBF PSBZ RES SWF RES SWVF RVF BVF GCSYNCAGC CSCAM SOCAM SCKTG RSTXSGDA LOADLED RETI SWP GY OUTY GY OUTTEMPP GYROY GYROI ENCIRIS CLIRIS OPCN21011830P GY OUTY GY OUTAUD2 IMACS IEADDR M0 toM22EDATA M0 to M15XEWRUXERDTRSTTMS27MCARD SCKCARD DAT3CARD DAT2CARD DAT1CARD DATCARD CMDCARD SCKCARD DAT3CARD DAT2CARD DAT1CARD DATCARD CMDWCLKLRCLKAUDO1AUDI2RDYXEINT1XEINT0XECS MXEWRL MDREQ0XDACK0XRESETTDIBDATA CLKMADDR L(0)MADDR L(1)MADDR L(2)MADDR L(3)MADDR L(4)MADDR L(5)MADDR L(6)MADDR L(7)MADDR L(8)MADDR L(9)MADDR L(10)MADDR L(11)MADDR L(12)MDATA L(20)MDATA L(21)MDATA L(19)MDATA L(18)MDATA L(17)MDATA L(16)MDATA L(15)MDATA L(14)MDATA L(13)MDATA L(12)MDATA L(11)MDATA L(10)MDATA L(9)MDATA L(8)MDATA L(7)MDATA L(6)MDATA L(5)MDATA L(4)MDATA L(3)MDATA L(2)MDATA L(1)MDATA L(0)MDATA L(22)MDATA L(23)MDATA L(24)MDATA L(25)MDATA L(26)MDATA L(27)MDATA L(28)MDATA L(29)MDATA L(30)MDATA L(31)P 5VLCD 3VCAM 3VIRIS 3VCCD 15VCCD7VQ2302Q2301TOCAMERA SECTION-1CAC P.C.B.CN1002TOCAMERA SECTION-1CAC P.C.B.CN1002TOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TOJACK P.C.B. SECTIONJACK P.C.B.CN7MAIN P.C.B.(1/6)CAMERA SECTION-2 DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, CM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 200370START/STOP SWITCH39EPM44CE7CNVSS31FLASH CLK32FLASH RTS30FLASH RXD129FLASH TXD136FCHO/DEBUGO16RMC PULSE IN10MODE RESET79S DET66EJECT SWITCH54VCO HI17VTOS EN48VIC3 CS35VIC3 CLOCK34VIC3 TO SUBCOM DATA33SUBCOM TO VIC3 DATA2STOV PC1VTOS PC24VTOS ACTIVE67CASSETTE IN SWITCH59MTOC MODE258MTOC MODE157MTOC MODE040NTSC XPAL80LET CONT81WIDE CONT82LINE IN84CASSETTE MEMORY A/D085CASSETTE MEMORY A/D186CASSETTE MEMORY A/D226CASSETTE MEMORY ON27CASSETTE MEMORY SDL28CASSETTE MEMORY SDA49XRESET4 LCD EEP SIN38 PANEL BL ON46 PANEL UD5 OSDC/EEPROM/EVFIC/LCDIC/SCK3 OSDC/EEPROM/EVFIC/LCDIC/SO19 EVF SEN55 EVF 3V ON56 EVF BL ON63 PANEL LR61 LCD ON45 EVF EEPROM CS20 EVF 8.5V ON50CHAGE LED65PANEL BOTTOM/TOP SWITCH91KEY AD092KEY AD175PAE/GREEN SW64PANEL OPEN SWITCH42DIAL CW SWITCH43DIAL CCW SWITCH93KEY AD295KEY AD323KEY LED022KEY LED121KEY LED278T/XC PW SW77CAM POWER SWITCH76VTR POWER SWITCH69HARF PHOTO SWITCH68PHOTO SWITCH11RESET2LIDET12 VOUT13 VIN14 VRO5 SW7 VDC25 LI3V DETECT18 E3DET72 CH DET3VBAT4CS6SWOUTIC100M30620MCNMODE MI-COM.IC102BD4187FVBACKUP5VCC73 UNREG DET11 XOUT13 XIN8 XCIN9 XCOUT52 VTR POWER SWITCH71 DC J DET90 A/D I89 A/D V99 PS100 TRI41 CHAGE88 BATT INFO A/D96 VREF97 AVCC60 VCC214 VCC14VOUTIC103BD4746GRESETE3V+LI3VMICOM UNREGE3VDVDD 3VINIT-CHG1INIT-CHG2KEY LED0KEY LED1KEY LED2KEY AD3KEY AD2DIAL CCWDIAL CWPANEL OPEN SWPANEL B/T SWPAE/GREENKEY AD0KEY AD1CARD ACC LEDCHAGE LEDCARD DETCARD PROCARD DAT1CARD DATCARD SCKDVDD 3VCARD DAT3CARD CMDCARD DAT2CN400112356789151013112126141618202427293031REW KEYDIAL PUSHMENUKEY AD2KEY LED2KEY LED1KEY LED0PANEL OPEN SWPANEL B/T SWDIAL CCWDIAL CWP5VCN400212356414511312111087439CN10212634578CARD DETCARD PROMMC DAT2MMC DAT1MMC DATMMC CLKMMC VDDMMC CMDMMC RSVCN400012109875421LED4000VTR UNREGQ4000SW4001GREENSW4004P AEDE SELSW4000DE ON/OFFSW4002CARD MIXSW4003SELFBT401BT400LITHIUMBATTERYCK 3VPHOTO SWHALF PHOTO SWSTART/STOP SWTAPE/CARD SWVTR PW SWCAM PW SWZOOM ADCN101145869102DVDD3VE3V+LI3VEPMCECNVSSFLASH CLKFLASH RSTFLASH RXD1FLASH TXD1MODE RESETDEBCLKDEBUDDEBDDXDEBENCG CSEEP/CG CLKEEP/CG SODOT CLKOSD I0OSD I1VIC HDVIC VDVIC VDVIC HDOSD I1OSD I0DOT CLKEEP/CG SOEEP/CG CLKCGCSXDEBENDEBDDDEBUDDEBCLKZOOM KEYVTR POW SWCAM POW SWT/C POW SWFCH OMODE RESETRMC INXRESETS DETEJECT SWLET CONTWIDE CONTLINE INVCO HIVTOS ENVTOS CSVTOS SCKVTOS DATASTOV DATASTOV PCVTOS PCVTOS ACTIVESTOV MODE2STOV MODE1STOV MODE0NTSC XPALCAS INMIC 1MIC 2MIC 3MIC ONCARD DETCARD PROCARD ACC LEDCARD DAT1CARD DATCARD SCKCARD DAT3CARD CMDCARD DAT2LCD 3VLCD 5VLCD 8.5VLCD 15VLCD 10VVTR UNREGPANEL XOEPANEL LCKLCD CSLCD EEP CS1234589101112EVF EEP SINLCD EEP SCKLCD EEP SOUTEVF SENEVF 3V ONEVF BL ONEVF EEP CSEVF 8.5VA34A33A31A32A35A27A30A28CN102B7A15A2A3A4B2B3B4B5A1A6A8A10A12B8B9B10B11B12B13B14B15CARD ACC LEDCARD PROCARD DETCHAGE LEDPANEL B/T SWKEY AD0KEY AD1PAE/GREENPANEL OPEN SWDIAL CWDIAL CCWKEY AD2KEY AD3KEY LED2KEY LED1KEY LED0KEY LED0CARD DAT2CARD CMDCARD DAT3CARD SCKCARD DATCARD DAT1CN100Q10112171971820222324252627283031323323491315CK 3VDVDD3VE3V+LI3VQ103Q102D100LI 3VVTR UNREGX10116MHzX10032.768KHzQ100Q104VTR ONDC J DETA/D IA/D VINIT-CHG1INIT-CHG2CHAGEBATT INFO ADEVF 8.5V ONBATT E3E3VE3V+LI3VLCD 3VLCD 5VLCD 8.5VLCD 15VLCD 10VVTR UNREGP5VLI 3VCN990CN1101Q990 Q991TOPOWER SUPPLY SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TOHINGE ASS'YTOCAC P.C.B.CN1002TOCAMERA SECTION-2MAIN P.C.B.TOOPERATION KEY UNITTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-2MAIN P.C.B.TOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1MAIN P.C.B.TOSERVO SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.N.CREW KEYKEY AD2P5VKEY LED2KEY LED1KEY LED0PANEL OPEN SWPANEL B/T SWPANEL OPEN SWP5VKEY LED2KEY LED1KEY LED0CN1001432PANEL B/T SWCN101CN1032REWSW103STOPSW100FFSW101PLAYSW102 P5VP5VTORKEY BACKLIGHT ASS'YTODSW2 P.C.B.TOHINGE ASS'YSD CARDZR70 MC AZR65 MC ADM-MV650i EDM-MV630i EDM-FV40ONLYZR70 MC AZR65 MC ADM-MV650i EDM-MV630i EDM-FV40ONLYCARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B.(2/6)SYSTEM CONTROL SECTION DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003CAPSTAN SERVO SIGNALDRUM SERVO SIGNALIC301BD6636KVMOTOR DRIVEIC300NJM12904ROPE AMPPGFGFGFGDRUMMOTORCAPSTANMOTORMODE SWLOADINGMOTORDEW SENSORCASSETTE IN SWTAKE UPREELFG SUPPLYREELMICSAFETYSWCN300W 128910113675WVVUUCOIL COMDPGDFGSENS COMCN303BOT E 1BOT C 2EOT E 20EOT C 21LED A 14LED K 15REC PRF 5MIC3 4MIC2DVDD 3V6MIC1 7C IN 12T IN 8T IN+ 10T OUT 9T OUT+ 11S IN 16S IN+ 18S OUT 17S OUT+ 19DVDD 3VDVDD 3VDVDD 3VP 5VCN302C H 7W 8W+ 9C H+ 10U+ 11U 12V+ 13V 14CFG2 15CFG1 18U COIL 1U COIL 2W COIL 3W COIL 4V COIL 5V COIL 6CFG VCC 17CN30145910DEW+ 3MSW SENS 6MSW VCC 7MSW VSS 828 D.VM29 D.VS60 C.VM15 C.FGSMT16 D.PGSMT21 D.FGSMT30 D.EC40 L.FRB41 L.REF57 D.PS58 C.PS59 C.FBR62 C.EC61 C.VS37353433D.COMD.UD.VD.W3127OUT 26IN25IN+2IN1OUT 1IN+1201918D.FGIND.FGPGIN+D.PGIN12C.HW11C.HW+10C.HU+9C.HU8C.HV+7C.HV44L.REV42L.FWD46R.IN1+47R.IN149R.IN2+50R.IN22C.U3C.V5C.WD VMD VSC VSCFGDPGDFGCFGDPGDFGDERRLOAD FRLODE ONDRUM ONCAP ONCAP FWDCERRT REEL FGS REEL FGDA CFGDEWMSW ADTAPE TOPTAPE ENDTAPE LEDREC PROOFREEL LED CONTDA TREELDA SREELMIC2MIC348 ROUT151 ROUT2D VMD VSC VMC VSMIC1MIC2MIC3Q304Q302 Q301Q300Q30527 UNREGVTR UNREG22 VCCDVDD 3V45 L.VMP 5V14C.FGIN13C.FGIN+LOAD ( )LOAD ( )LOAD (+ )LOAD (+ )Q303BOT DETQ303EOT DETMIC ONCAS INTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-3MAIN P.C.BTOPOWER SUPPLY SECTIONMAIN P.C.BTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1MAIN P.C.BTOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.BTAPE TOPSENSORTAPE ENDSENSORDMC I I IMAIN P.C.B. (3/6)SERVO SECTION DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003CARD USB/SIC SIGNAL DIGITAL AUDIO SIGNALANALOG AUDIO SIGNALANALOG VIDEO SIGNALAIF CSVIF CSAV SOAV SCLKIC2301 (2/3)MB87M1254VIC3IC2100LD502UVIF2136 AIN13339 AIN 1427 ICD0249 VRH 288 VRL 285 C O250 Y O233VIC VD364C IN298CLAMP Y248Y IN257VCLK154CSYNC I113 TDO112 TCK267 TMS474537323126201174846171512 13 14 19342124364025302710E1 A0C2A2B5A5C5D5B6A6C6D6E6B2C3D4 A19D3 NC3F1 CEG1 OEA4 WEB4 RESETD1C1A1B1D2IC2300MBM29LV160BE7OPBTFLASHE2DO0H2E3H3H4E4H5E5F2G2F3G3F4G5F5G6DO15261SCLK2321SO217SCS3191SCS2205EDATA (0)34 275 123 332 204 33 122 32 203 121 331 31 273 202 120EDATA (15)129210403373912820938336127208372771263353343612520627635212XECSO43XERD44XEWRU23TRST135XRESET333EADDR (22)279EADDR (0)4165 V IN 4V OUT85IC802NJM2770RSP DRIVERIC803TK11140CS4V REGULATOR225 D4291 D5280 XECS2147 LPS131 XECS120 PWM49 CDATA716 SCS5107 SCS615 SCS9338 XECS4329 DP330 DNCAM LEDD +VBUSD 146 D334353324225820 30 28 4223252631AD OFF32REC MUTE36AUDIO MUTE41391314151140764321644950606153543843444647481291610IC801AK4561AUDIOINTERFACECSYNC IC OUTY OUTV OUTC LINE INY LINE INV LINE IN VCLKAUDIO MUTEHP MUTEHP ONY INCLAMP YREC CY OUTC OUTVIC VDCLAMPBPFEQ LPFY/C SEPC SYNC SEPSERIAL DATADATA CSCLK27MHzVIF 4.7VCLAMPVIF 4.7VVCCGCAY CONTCLAMP C CONT75 75 75Q2104Q3503 Q3501WIDEDETECTQ2103 Q2101Q2106Q2105Q2100Q2102AVDD 1.4VMIC(R)(L)RMC INEJECT SWS DETLET CONTWIDE CONTLINE INX RESETMIC2MIC3ADV MIC LADV MIC RSHOE ID1SHOE ONEADDR (0)EADDR (6)EADDR (7)EADDR (8)EADDR (9)EADDR (10)EADDR (11)EADDR (12)EADDR (13)EADDR (14)EADDR (15)EADDR (16)EADDR (17)EADDR (18)EADDR (19)EADDR (20)EADDR (1)EADDR (2)EADDR (3)EADDR (4)EADDR (5)TOCAMERA SECTION-2MAIN P.C.B.FROMAUDIO VIDEOSECTION-2IC2301 (3/3)FORMCAMERASECTIONSP STANDBYEDATA (0)EDATA (1)EDATA (2)EDATA (3)EDATA (4)EDATA (5)EDATA (6)EDATA (7)EDATA (8)EDATA (9)EDATA (10)EDATA (11)EDATA (12)EDATA (13)EDATA (14)EDATA (15)27MTCKTMSEADATA (0) to (15)EADDR (0) to (22)XERDXEWRUTRSTAUD 2 IMACS1 IINT MIC RINT MIC LCN701CN210124TMSTCKTDOV I /OTRSTMIC2MIC3VTR ON IC3201CN2900B8A7B10A1B7B5B6B3V I /O/H/P RY I /OC I /OAV L/HP LAV RD D +V BUSCAM LEDAV DETEXT PDETEXT REXT LSP SP +S DETEJECT SWRMC IN11343715142627238123422221333119Q701P 5VVcc4VQ804Q807Q803AV SCLKAV SOVIF CSCONTROLREGISTERDACADC AUDIO I /FCONTROLCLOCKDIVIDERCRNETWORKCRNETWORKEXTDETECTV REFCRNETWORKPOWER OFFMUTE OFFMUTECRNETWORKHP AMPGAIN AMPPRE AMP INV AMP EQ AMP HPF ALC AMPLINELINEMICMICQ802LINE AMPHP AMPAA4.7VAA3VAV SOAIF CSAV SCLKAMCKWCKLRCKQ806Q812Q810,Q811Q808Q805Q801TOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TOPOWER SUPPLY SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TOJACK P.C.B.CN7N.CTOSERVO SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.VIC VD TOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-2Q3502AA 4.7VVTR ONPOWER SUPPLY SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B. (4/6)ZR70 MC ADM-MV650i EDM-FV40ONLYNTSCiPALONLYZR70 MC ADM-MV650i EDM-FV40ONLYDATA COMMUNICATIONAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1 DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003DRUM SERVO SIGNAL CAPSTAN SERVO SIGNALDIGITAL (VIDEO+AUDIO SIGNAL)DIGITAL DV SIGNALTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION1IC2301 (2/3)VIDEO SIGNALAUDIO SIGNALTOCAMERA SECTION2IC2301 (1/3)NC130416424235816530580243359813062441678216074238302751613553567616224030335716324178393837191817161536126 ICLK116 ICD3270 ICD2213 BRQ268 TCLK45 BGRNTX265 PWM7110 PWM6193 PWM5341 AIN0286 AIN1218 AIN2138 AIN348 AIN1268 RFGT232 RFGS296 PWMD153 PWMC67 CFG66 DPG231 DFG152 ROFS58 D6168307362246169833602021352234333231302926252423535150484745444213111087542141233VD155HD234OSD I070OSD I1156DOT CLK226D0347D159D2145CTL0224CTL157SYSCLK285AIN7216AIN10214XEINT2198ICD1264SCS0192UAT CLK325TX19RX272XDEBEN118DEBUD200DEBDD28DEBCLK117ICS2188SO1187SCLK1104SCLK0322SO0532201403494327149IC2302W986416DH-7SDRAMIC2301(3/3)MB87M1255VIC33131 177295353 93151230 1766515835029422915025263217219163432353029 13 232226258 28121142434546394036 385MAIN P.C.B. (5/6)HA 4.7VHA 3VSDRAM2.7VVCCQ1VCCQ4VCCQ3VCC3VCC2VCCQ2VCC1ADDR (13)ADDR (12)ADDR (11)ADDR (10)ADDR (9)ADDR (8)ADDR (7)ADDR (6)ADDR (5)ADDR (4)ADDR (3)ADDR (2)ADDR (1)ADDR (0)MDATA (14)MDATA (15)MDATA (13)MDATA (12)MDATA (11)MDATA (10)MDATA (9)MDATA (8)MDATA (7)MDATA (6)MDATA (5)MDATA (4)MDATA (3)MDATA (2)MDATA (1)MDATA (0)DQMUCLKCKE/CS/RAS/CAS/WEDQMLDQMUMCLKCKEXCSXRASXCASXWEDQMLA13(BA0)A12(BA1)A11A10/APA9A8A7A6A5A4A3A2A1A0DQ15DQ14DQ13DQ12DQ11DQ10DQ9DQ8DQ7DQ6DQ5DQ4DQ3DQ2DQ1DQ0DQMUMCLKCKEXCSXRASXCASXWEDQMLADDR (13)ADDR (12)ADDR (11)ADDR (10)ADDR (9)ADDR (8)ADDR (7)ADDR (6)ADDR (5)ADDR (4)ADDR (3)ADDR (2)ADDR (1)ADDR (0)MDATA (15)MDATA (14)MDATA (13)MDATA (12)MDATA (11)MDATA (10)MDATA (9)MDATA (8)MDATA (7)MDATA (6)MDATA (5)MDATA (4)MDATA (3)MDATA (2)MDATA (1)MDATA (0)XTPBTPBXTPATPAH1B2CN2000H1A3H2A 5H2B 6CH-1HEADDRUMUNITCH-2HEADCN2501TODV TERMINALTOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.GDH CONTEQ CONTGDL CONTRAGCRAPCEQFCRCLKXRCLKRAFCUTIL SWP 0UTIL SWP 2UTIL SWP 1RAGCRAPCUTIL SWP 3RCLKXRCLKUTIL SWP 4SDLUTIL SWP 5REC HSWPPBRFSDLSELXRDATPB HRDATREC CONT RECONGOHPB ONIC2000LD502WAVRP2 H1AH1BH2AH2BXRCLKRCLKRAFCRAPCRAGCEQFCEQ CONTGDL CONTGDH CONTQ2000XTPBTPBXTPATPAVIC VDVIC HDOSD I0OSD I1DOT CLKSTOV MODE0STOV MODE1STOV MODE2STOV PCCG CSVTOS CSZOOM KEYCARD DETCARD PROCARD ACCESS LEDVTOS ENVTOS SCKVTOS DATASTOV DATAXDEBENDEBUDDEBDDDEBCLKNTSC XPALEEP/CG SOEEP/CG CLKVTOS ACTIVEVTOS PCVCO HIVTR POW SWT/C POW SWCAM POW SWFCH 01234EQ VCOVCAGDLVIC VDVIC HDOSD I0OSD I1DOT CLKSTOV MODE0STOV MODE1STOV MODE2STOV PCCG CSVTOS CSZOOM KEYCARD DETCARD PROCARD ACCESS LEDVTOS ENVTOS SCKVTOS DATASTOV DATAXDEBENDEBUDDEBDDDEBCLKNTSC XPALEEP/CG SOEEP/CG CLKVTOS ACTIVEVTOS PCVTR POW SWT/C POW SWCAM POW SWFCH 0SWPPBRFA3A4A5A6A8A10CN2900LOAD FRLOAD ONCAP ONDRUM ONREC PROOFREEL LED CONTDA CFGDA SREELDA TREELTAPE TOPTAPE ENDMSW ADDEWCAS INT REEL FGS REEL FGDERRCERRCFGDPGDFGCAP FWDTAPE LEDLOAD FRLOAD ONCAP ONDRUM ONREC PROOFREEL LED CONTDA CFGDA SREELDA TREELTAPE TOPTAPE ENDMSW ADDEWCAS INT REEL FGS REEL FGDERRCERRCFGDPGDFGCAP FWDTAPE LEDTOSERVO SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.VIC VDTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1AUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-2 DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003CAPSTAN SERVO SIGNALDRUM SERVO SIGNAL2734465043534056564116237572160221561162829303133VCCIC3201MB3881DC/DCCONVERTER5 V IN 4V OUTIC3202TK11128CS2.7V REGULATOR5 V IN 4V OUTIC3203TK11147CS4.7V REGULATOR5 V IN 4V OUTIC3204TK11125CS2.5V REGULATOR132756IC1802MM6564XFOPE/AMPMAIN P.C.B.(6/6)FU3201FU3202FU3203FU3204FU3205OSCCH1CH2CH3CH443 512Q32041.4V (CH1)43 512Q32053V (CH3)CH8CH743 512Q3206P5V (CH4)CH543 512Q3207DRUM VS (CH5)CH643 512Q3208CAP VS (CH6)LPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFLPFDVDD 1.4VLPFLPFLPFAVDD 1.4VMACS 1.4VVTR UNREGAA 3VDVDD 3VDIF 2.7VSDRAM 2.7VDVDD 2.5VAVDD 2.7VLPFLPFLPF HA 4.7VVIF 4.7VAA 4.7VLCD 5VP 5VLCD 15VLCD 10VLPF LCD 8.5VDVDD 3VCAM 3VLPF IRIS 3VLPF HA 3VLCD 3VON/OFFCONT.CH1,3,4,8CH2CH5,6CH7D VMC VSSHOE UNREGSHOE UNREGID-1ADV MIC LADV MIC RCN89112589C VSD VSADV MIC RADV MIC LSHOE ID1 SHOE ONTO SYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TO SHOE CONNECTOR ASS'YTO AUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1MAIN P.C.B.TOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.4321578T32014321578T3202D3201Q3202Q3201Q3200D3202D3204LPFLPFCCD 15VCCD 7VD3203D3205DC +DC J SWDC DC J DETINIT-CHG2INIT-CHG1CHAGEA/D IVTR ONEVF 8.5V ONA/D VBATT INFO ADBATTA E3CN3201Q1806Q1805Q3209Q3210Q1804Q1808 Q1807D1803D1802FU1801D1801Q1803Q1802216 5 42 33 417 6 58231BATT E3BATT INFO ADBATT BATT BATT +BATT +CN3202123456MICOM UNREGVTR ONTO AUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1MAIN P.C.B.TODC P.C.B.DC JACKTOSYSTEM CONTROL SECTIONMAIN P.C.B.TOBATTERY TERMIANL1 2 36 5 4ZR70 MC ADM-MV650i EDM-FV40ONLYPOWER SUPPLY SECTION DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003PANEL RTOHINGE ASS'YTOHINGE ASS'YPANEL BOELCKLCSECSSOSOCLKPANEL GCN901567C SYNC4SIN 13LCD EEP SOUT1LCD EEP SCK2LCD 3V1LCD 5V2LCD 8.5V3LCD 15V4LCD -10V5VTR UNREG8PANEL XOELCD CSPANEL LCKCN90291011LCD EEP CS12LCD 3VLCD 5VLCD-10VVTR UNREGLCD 8.5VLCD 15V18VCC234E CSCLKSOSO210 15V ONBL ON5V ON3V ONQ511Q67Q2620Q1LCD 3VLCD 3VLCD 8.5V LCD 7.5V3419SOCLKLCKOE9 Q4LCD 15V15V ONQ901Q912 Q911Q903Q9021ON3WP4201WP42024123545VDDCLKDATADIDOLCKOECONTROLLCD UNREGQ4201SWITCHVTR UNREGQ4202DRIVER VTR UNREGQ4203Q904BACK LIGHTRCLAMPCNTRST GAMMA S/HIC903AN2545NFHQLCD DRIVE37471348918432544333231302924232220193938482111416Q9105V ONLCD 5VVGCN903VBL/RSTHRSTHL222310695732120192412131716VR 15AVDD 11VCC 8VGL 1L CSCLKSOCSBRIGHTR OUTG OUTB OUTGCLAMPGCAGCAGCABCLKCONTROLD1VCC2VDDVCC3VCC1STH241RLSTH1CPH3CPH2CPH1STV1STV2CPVOEVQHOEHCOMDCVCOMCPH3CPH2CPH1STVRSTVLCKVDEVQ1HOEHVCOMVGHSI/FCLAMPPLLLCD UNITTIMINGGENERATORLCD 7.5VQ907Q908Q9091236 5 46153421124653236 5 4CSSK432157T4201CPU9D2567.5VQ906LCD 3V3V ONQ905IC901BR9010RFV-WEEPROMIC902BU2092FVSERI/PARACONVERTERIC4201R1223N152HDC/DCCONVERTERCONTROLLCD P.C.B.DATA COMMUNICATIONLCDLCD P.C.B. SECTION DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003CARD USB/SIC SIGNAL ANALOG AUDIO SIGNALANALOG VIDEO SIGNALY CG1 G24 OUT 1VCCIC1601ENC.03JAP SENSOR GYRO4 OUT 1VCCIC1602ENC.03JBY SENSOR GYROCN7LED1 ZD1SP +SP CAM LEDEXT LEXT P DETEXT RAV RAV DETV I /O/HP RAV L/HP LVBUSDD+RMC INEJECT SWS DETY I /OC I /OP GY OUTY GY OUT18173137363525272824161312208652219CN5SP +SP 12CN2CN1MIC JACKAV JACKVBUS (+5V)DD+CN3123EJECT SWCN62 TOEJECT SWCN4S JACKSPEAKERCAM3VCAM3VTOAUDIO-VIDEO SECTION-1MAIN P.C.B.CN2101TOCAMERA SECTION-2MAIN P.C.B.CN2101USB JACKJACK P.C.B.ZR70 MC AZR65MCDM-MV650i EDM-MV630i EDM-FV40ONLYJACK P.C.B. SECTION DM-MV650i E, DM-MV630i E, DM-MV600i E, DM-MV600 E, DM-MV590 ECANON INC. 2003C01 Feb. 2003DM-MV650i EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i EMAIN P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ECAC P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i ECAC P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ECCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i ECCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ELCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i ELCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ECVF P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i ECVF P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i EJACK P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i EJACK P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ECARD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV650i ECARD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV650i EDM-MV630i EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i EMAIN P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ECAC P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i ECAC P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ECCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i ECCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ELCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i ELCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ECVF P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i ECVF P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i EJACK P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i EJACK P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ECARD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV630i ECARD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV630i EDM-MV600i EDM-MV600 EDM-MV590 EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.MAIN P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 EMAIN P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECAC P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECAC P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ELCD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ELCD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECVF P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECVF P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 EJACK P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 EJACK P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECARD P.C.B. (COMPONENT SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECARD P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ERKEY P.C.B. (SOLDERING SIDE)DM-MV600i E,DM-MV600 E,DM-MV590 ECZ ChartSiemens ChartDM-MV650i E SERVICE MANUALCHAPTER 1. GENERAL DESCRIPTIONCONTENTS1. Product Overview2. Technical Explanation3. Performance and Functions4. System Diagram (Common to all Models)5. Overview of Viewfinder / LCD Panel Displays6. Backing Up Various Data7. Other FeaturesCHAPTER 2. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTIONCONTENTS1. P.C.B. Functions2. Power Supply Circuit3. Built-in Charger Circuit4. Signal Processing Circuit5. System Control, ServoCHAPTER 3. INFORMATION FOR REPAIR SERVICE HINTSCONTENTS1. List of Maintenance Tools and Supplies2. Setting3. Service Modes4. Description of Service Modes5. Service Hints6. Trouble Shooting7. Mechanical Error Applicability TableCHAPTER 4. DISASSEMBLING ADJUSTMENTCONTENTS1. Disassembling and Reassembling2. Adjustment ProceduresCHAPTER 5. PARTS LISTCONTENTSEXPLODED VIEWSFUSE Replacement InstructionELECTRICAL PARTS LISTPARTS LISTCHAPTER 6. BLOCK DIAGRAMSINTERCONNECTION DIAGRAMBLOCK DIAGRAMSAPPENDIXDM-MV650i EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.DM-MV630i EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.DM-MV600i E/DM-MV600 E/DM-MV590 EMAIN P.C.B.CAC P.C.B.CCD P.C.B.LCD P.C.B.CVF P.C.B.JACK P.C.B.CARD P.C.B.RKEY P.C.B.CZ ChartSiemens Chart

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