Choose whether to record time codes giving the hour, minute, second, and frame number for each frame when shooting movies. Time codes are available only with movies recorded in MOV format.



[Record timecodes]

  • [On]: Record time codes. The time code appears in the shooting display.

  • [On (with HDMI output)]: Time codes will be included with footage saved to external recorders connected to the camera via an HDMI cable. The camera supports Atomos SHOGUN, NINJA, and SUMO-series Monitor recorders.

  • [Off]: Time codes are not recorded.

[Count-up method]

  • [Record run]: Time codes are incremented only while recording is in progress.

  • [Free run]: Time codes are incremented continuously. Time codes continue to be incremented while the camera is off.

[Timecode origin]

  • [Reset]: Reset the time code to 00:00:00.00.

  • [Enter manually]: Enter the hour, minute, second, and frame number manually.

  • [Current time]: Set the time code to the current time as reported by the camera clock. Before proceeding, select [Time zone and date] in the setup menu and make sure that the camera clock is set to the correct time and date.

[Drop frame]

Select [On] to compensate for discrepancies between the frame count and the actual recording time at frame rates of 30 and 60 fps.

HDMI Devices

Selecting [On (with HDMI output)] for [Record timecodes] may disrupt footage output to HDMI devices.