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PANASONIC AG-MX70P
Owner's Manual


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Description of PANASONIC AG-MX70P Owner's Manual

Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

Owner's Manual ( sometimes referred to as User's Guide or User's Manual ) contains information on how to use Your device. After placing order we'll send You download instructions on Your email address.

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Text excerpt from page 11 (click to view)
Parts and their functions
1
PHONE

DR 2
TIME

7 Number keys 1 to 9
These keys can be used to input numerical values for the event numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is ON, for the pattern numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is OFF and the pattern number setting button is ON, and for the transition times when the pattern number setting button is OFF.

MIN

MAX

4
DSK FADE

PATTERN

ME

5 6 8 9

3
7 4 8 5 2
INT PLAY

9 6 3
CANCEL

8 “–” key
This key is used to decrement the event numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is ON, the pattern numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is OFF and the pattern number setting button is ON, and the transition times when the pattern number setting button is OFF.

7
1
TITLE PLAY

0

.

SHIFT

: ;<= 1 PHONE (headphone volume) control
headphone (PHONE) output. The sound of the portion to be faded using the DSK/Fade setting can be monitored before fading so that it can be heard even when AudioFade is used. The sound is output from the rear panel. Since the audio meter displays the Prog output level, it will remain unchanged even when the headphone level is changed. This control is used to adjust the level of the rear panel

9 “+” key
This key is used to increment the event numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is ON, the pattern numbers when the event recall button or event setting button is OFF and the pattern number setting button is ON, and the transition times when the pattern number setting button is OFF.

: 0 number key
This key is used to input zeros. When it is pressed together with the shift key, the animation in the title memory now selected starts playing.

2 TIME (time setting) rotary control
This control is used to set the ME, DSK and FADE transition times.

3 PATTERN (transition/key pattern number setting) button
Set this button to ON to set the pattern numbers using the number keys. At its OFF position, the time can be set using the number keys.

; Period key
This key is used to enter the seconds when inputting the time. Example: [2][.][5] > 2 seconds 5 frames When it is pressed together with the shift key, the internal video movie now selected starts playing.

4 ME (ME transition/key transition time) setting button
Set this button to ON to set the time to be applied to the ME transition/key using the time setting rotary control. When the pattern number setting button is OFF, the time can be set using the number keys.

< Shift key
When this key is pressed together with another key, the resulting effect differs from the one produced when the key concerned is pressed on its own.

= Enter key
This key is used to enter numerical values. When "OK?" appears on the LCD display, press this key to enter the setting. Entry is canceled when it is pressed together with the shift key.

5 DSK (DSK transition time) setting button
Set this button to ON to set the time to be applied to DSK using the time setting rotary control. When the pattern number setting button is OFF, the time can be set using the number keys.

6 FADE (fade transition time) setting button
Set this button to ON to set the time to be applied to the FADE using the time setting rotary control. When the pattern number setting button is OFF, the time can be set using the number keys.

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