Warning indicators and error messages

Battery indicator (Remaining battery is low)

  • When the battery level is low, is displayed. Charge the battery pack immediately.

05-04

  • There is not enough free space on the memory card to perform loop recording.

05-05

  • The battery necessary for shooting is not inserted.
  • Insert the charged battery.

05-06

  • Failed in to synthesize the motion shot LE.

05-07

  • Failed to shoot images.

06-01

  • Failed to format the recording media.

06-02

  • The memory card does not support XAVC S 100 Mbps movie recording.
  • Use an microSDHC/SDXC memory card of Class10 or faster when shooting in XAVC S format.
  • When the camera is in the loop recording mode, use an SDXC memory card or set the movie format to .

06-04 (FDR-X3000)

  • The memory card does not support XAVC S 100 Mbps movie recording.
  • Use the memory card that supports UHS-I U3 standard when you are shooting in XAVC S 100 Mbps.
  • When the camera is in the loop recording mode, use an SDXC memory card or set the movie format to .

06-05

  • Failed to recover the memory card.

06-06

  • The memory card is not inserted properly
  • The memory card is damaged.

06-09

  • There is no memory card inserted.

07-02

  • Failed to play.
  • There is an abnormality in the recording media.

08-01

  • Set the necessary settings for Ustream using “Camera Settings for Live Streaming” of the Action Cam Movie Creator’s camera settings.

08-03

  • The channel set by “Camera Settings for Live Streaming” of the Action Cam Movie Creator’s camera settings is incorrect.
  • This message also displays if other media starts streaming on the same channel while streaming from the camera is performed.
  • Set the channel again.

08-04

  • The total time of saved video on Ustream has reached the limit. Stop streaming video.

08-05

  • The saving settings of video cannot be saved to Ustream because an error has occurred on the network.
  • Some other network error has occurred.
  • Confirm the setting of the access point or the security of the access point using “Camera Settings for Live Streaming” of the Action Cam Movie Creator’s camera settings.

08-06

  • Access point has been found but is not connected. Check the password of the access point and connect again.

08-07

  • Access point cannot be found. Confirm the setting of the access point using “Camera Settings for Live Streaming” of the Action Cam Movie Creator’s camera settings.

08-08

  • Set the date and time again on your camera.

08-09

  • An unknown error has occurred on Ustream, when using the Live Streaming function. Wait a moment and then try confirming the connection again.

10-02

  • Turn the power off and then on again.

10-03

  • The battery pack is delivering current exceeding the maximum discharge current (the proper operation of the camera is assured even when an external microphone, etc., is connected).
  • A different battery pack is detected when the camera is powered on.
  • Battery pack deterioration is detected.
  • Battery charge is insufficient for operation.

10-04

  • Unable to record images because the camera temperature has risen.

  • The memory card does not contain playable images.

  • Recovering the memory card.

  • There is no remaining battery charge.

  • The camera temperature has risen. The power may turn off automatically, or you may be unable to record images.

    Leave the camera in a cool location until the temperature goes down.

  • If you record images for an extended period, the camera temperature rises. In this case, stop recording images.

  • Remaining capacity of the memory card is insufficient for recording.

  • The maximum number of files that can be recorded has been reached.

  • There is no memory card inserted.

  • The memory card is not inserted properly.
  • The memory card is damaged.

(FDR-X3000/HDR-AS300)

  • The camera is not connected to a TV when playback is started.

  • Twitter post error has occurred.
  • Check the network or log in to Twitter again.

  • Facebook post error has occurred.
  • Check the network or log in to Facebook again.