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The yellow RCA connector is the video line - connect this the VIDEO IN on your TV
The white or red RCA is the audio line - connect this to the AUDIO IN on your TV
The black tube like connection is the POWER to the camera - there should be a separate charger adaptor to connect this to.
Basically, all you need is:
1- Power-up the camera.
2- Select video input 1 or 2 on your TV.
3- Run a cable from the camera to the TV
4- Connect the cable coming from the camera to video input 1 or 2 on your TV.
The cable you run from the camera to the TV has 2 Ends.
One End connects to the camera (BNC plug) the other End connects to the TV (RCA yellow plug)
I hope this helps. If not, provide the model# for the TV and camera, and if I come across your post I will be Happy to contribute.
Connect your camera in RCA cable (the one with a red, white, yellow connector for audio/video connection). Then connect it to your Bravia TV..
Set your Bravia TV in video mode, (the mode when you're playing DVD player in your TV)..
Note: Your video mode depends on where you connect your RCA cable. There are up to 3 video mode, Video-1,Video-2,Video-3
Then turn on your camera..
You can either use the supplied A/V and USBMulti connector cable for connecting the Camera to the TV. Connect the Yellow cable to the Yellow port on the TV for Video and the Red and White for audio. Then select the proper input on the TV where the cable is connected.
You may also connect the HD Out of the Camera to the HDMI Input on the TV using the compatible HDMI cable for the Camera.
Before connecting the Camera to the TV, you may have to change the settings in the Camera depends on the TV type.
1. Component Settings from the Main Settings 2 Menu of the Camera should be set to HD or SD depends on the connection. Also depends on HDMI (HD) or A/V (SD) video connection.
2. Video Out Settings from the Main Settings 2 menu of the Camera should be set to NTSC or PAL depends upon the color system of the TV.
Try changing the settings in the Camera and connect it to the TV to view the images.
this could be correct as the signal for the Camera LCD screen is now being sent to what ever device is connected on the TV out cable. ensure your connection is Camera - TV out TV - Video in. ensure that your TV is set to the correct channel or input setting to view the signal from the camera.
I have the same camera. There is a cable that came with the camera. It has what looks like an S-video plug on one end that you connect to the camera. The other end has the AV (white & yellow)plugs that you connect to your TV. Your TV has to (of course) have AV connections in order to connect.
About the black and white pictures on the TV... not normal I think... I have never seen your camera model but a common thing can happen to any camera!!
Have you already tryed to connect the camera to your TV using a AC Adapter (D-AC8 in your case)?
Are the connections Ok? You're connecting following the manual instructions?
If you don't have it download it... :)