The Canon DC95 digital camcorder captures video footage and saves it directly to a DVD (Digital Versatile Disc). The DC95 captures video in both widescreen (16:9) and full screen (4:3) format and is capable of recording still images up to 530,000 pixels in size. Once you have set up your camcorder, you might need to know about its basic operations. You'll want to know your camcorder well before relying on it to capture special events like weddings, birthdays and sporting events.
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Open the LCD screen (located on the left side of the camcorder if your facing it from behind) by flipping it out with your finger and insert the battery pack (metal receptors first) into the battery chamber in the direction of the arrow until it snaps into place. Plug the power supplied power cord into the back of the power adaptor. Plug the power adaptor into the "DC In" terminal (located on the underside of the camcorder toward the front) and plug the pronged end of the power cord into an AC outlet. You will see the "Charge" icon illuminate on the back of the DC95. Allow the battery to charge fully for approximately 165 minutes.
Turn the power switch (located on the back of the camera) to "On." Push down the "Open" switch (located on the back right edge of the camera) to open the DVD chamber. Insert a DVD-R (records once) or DVD-RW (can be reused several times) into your with the label facing outward. Push the DVD in until it clicks. Close the DVD cover.
Slide your hand into the grip on the right side of the camcorder. Lift up the strap and pull it tight against the back of your hand. Your hand should be snug inside the grip and you should be able to reach the buttons on the back of the camera and the "Zoom" buttons (located on top of the camera).
Push open the lens cover lever (located on the left side of the camcorder on the side of the lens). Tilt the LCD screen so that the screen is easily viewable. Frame your subject in the LCD screen or the viewfinder (the small window on the back of the camcorder) by pointing the lens toward it. Push the "Start/Stop" button with your right thumb to begin recording. Stop recording by pushing the button with your thumb again.
Slide the power switch over to "Mode" and release it until you see "Play" on the LCD screen. Push the navigation button (located on the upper side of your camera's left toward the back) to select the scene you wish to play back. Push "Play/Pause" on the bottom of the LCD screen to begin playback. Push the "Stop" button (on the bottom of the LCD screen) to stop playback.
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