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RP- VLL1850
PRECAUTIONS
Before operating the unit, please read these instructions throughly, and retain
them for future reference.
· The video light does not have dust-proof, splash-proof or water-proof specifications.
· The video light is a precision instrument. Do not drop, strike or apply a strong impact.
· Do not attach the video light to the with an intelligent accessory shoe. The accessory shoe may be damaged.
· The operating temperature of the video light is from 0C (35F) to 40C ( 104F).
· Do not block the ventilation holes. Doing so will cause the internal temperature to rise which can cause a fire or an accident and cause
the video light to malfunction.
· Do not lock at the white LED directly at close range while it is on. It may camage your eyes.
· To prevent the from dropping, do not hold the video light attached to thecamera to carry it.
· The LIGHT connector adaptor is specially made for the video light. Using it with another device may cause the device to mailfunction.
Do not placethe video light near combustible or volatile solvents, such as alcohol or benzine. Doing so may cause a fire or smoke.
· Do not allow any liquid into the video light or drop the combustible or metal bjects on the camera. Keeping using the camera after it,
doing so may cause the video light to malfunction.
· Do not use or store the camera in the following locations. Doing so may cause the camera to malfunction or deform:
- A high temperature place such as insade a closed car in summer or in strong sunshine.
- In direct sunlight or near a heater.
- Locations subject to intense vibrations
· When using the video light in low or high temperature, the battery pack life will be shorter, so the lighting time is also reduced. It should
be notes the battery capacity decreases as temperatures changing. When using the video light at the temperature of 10C (50F) or less,
we recommend operating steps for longer battery life.
- Put the battery pack in your pocket to warn it and attach the battery pack to the video light just before use.
When putting a pocket heat pad in your pocket with the battery pack, be careful not to touch the pocket heat pad to the battery pack
directly.
- Charge the battery pack at room temperature (from 10C/50F) to 30C (85F))
· When you have finished using the video light, be sure that the POWER switch of the video light is set ˝OFF˝.
· When not using the video light or you have finished using it, be sure to remove the battery pack from the video light.
· After use, do not store the video light into the case et. Immediately. The white LED may be damaged by the generated heat. When
storing the video light into the case, be sure that the power of the video light is set to ˝OFF,˝ and it has cooled sufficiently.
·Do not leave the condenser lens in direct sunlight while it is closed may cause the video light to malfunction. Leaving the condenser
lens in direct sunlight while it is opened may cause a fire near the focal point of the condenser lens.
· Record with the video light with attached to the camera may slightly affect the recorded sound.
· Do not apply the strong force or impact to the video light attached to the camera or other device.
WARNING
To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture.
For Customers in the U.S.A. and Canada
This device complies with Part 15 of the Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference
2. This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
For the customers in the U.S.A
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or modification not expressly approved in this
manual could bid your authority to operate this equipment.
NOTE
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, ther is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which
can be determinated by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged
to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Incrase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from which the receiver
is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION
When the battery power is low
Replace the battery with the specified type only. Otherwise, fire or injury may
result.
Do not expose the batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like
About 3 minutes before the battery runs out, the remaining battery lamp turns green and begins to slowly flash.
The available time of the battery pack varies depending on the frequency of use or operating temperature. This indicator should be used
a rough guide. We recommended that replacing the battery pack promptly.
FEATURES
- When used with the condenser lens, this video light provides a center illuminance
of approximately 1.800 lux. (When the distance from the video light to the subject
is 1m)
- The RP-VLL1850 is a video light with a high-brightness white LED as its lens light
source.
- The video light can be set to two color temperatures, 5.500K or 3.200K (when
using the supplied color conversion filter).
- The white LED has a long lifetime of about 10.000 hours along with impactresistant and weather-resistant qualities, and so requires almost no maintenance.
- A LIGHT connector adaptor is supplied that allows the video power by a camera
with a LIGHT connector. If you use it, you do not need the battery pack for the video
light (The LIGHT connector adaptor can only be used with compatible cameras.
For details about the LIGHT connector, see the instruction manual of the camera).
A – IDENTIFYING The PARTS
RP-VLL1850 Video Light
1. Diffuser
2. Protection plate
3. Condenser lens
4. Ventilation holes
5. TEMP lamp
6. Remaining battery lamp
7. POWER ON/OFF Switch
8. BRIGHT/DIMER Dial
9. Lighting angle adjusting Screw-Coin
10. Light attachment knob/ Shoe Attch
11. Battery check button
12. Battery release button
13. Battery mount
18. Video light side attachment
LAMP INDICATOR
Remaining battery lamp
The remaining battery lamp shows the
approximate remaining battery power of
the battery pack attached directly to the
video light. The remaining battery power
will be displayed about 8 seconds after
setting the POWER switch of the video
light to ˝ON˝ or pressing the battery
button.
(4 segment lit) Approx. 75% or more
(3 segment lit) Approx. 50% - 75%
(2 segment lit) Approx. 25% - 50%
(1 segment lit) Approx. 5% - 25%
(1 segment flashing) Approx. 5% or less
When the battery pack runs out
- When the battery pack runs out, the video light will turn off and the remaining battery lamp turns green and begins to blink rapidly for
about 10 seconds. Set the POWER switch of the video light to ˝OFF˝ and recharge the battery pack or replace the battery pack with a
fully charged it.
· When a battery communication error occurs
When a battery pack other than the Lithum-ion battery pack L series is attached, a battery communication error occurs. After the
remaining battery power check, the remaining battery lamp starts to blink for about 10 seconds.
Notes
· When a LIGHT adaptor connector or battery pack other than the Lithium-ion battery pack L series (RP-NPF970/F770) is attached to
the video light, the remaining battery power is not displayed correctly.
· When using a battery pack that has been repeatedly charged and discharged and only has a short remaining lifetime, the remaining
battery power display may not show the actual remaining battery power.
· The battery pack cannot be recharged with the video light.
TEMP lamp
When the video light overheats for some reason, it will be turned off and the TEMP lamp turns red and blinks rapidly for about 60
seconds. If the operating temperature is high, use the video light at lower temperature.
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PREPARATION
Attaching the video light to the camera (see illustration B)
Attaching the video light to the accessory shoe
Before attaching the video light to the accessory shoe, check the video light´s shoe attachment for damage etc.
1. Loosen the light attachment knob on the video light toward RELEASE to retract screw.
2. Attach the video light to the accessory shoe on the camera.
3. Tighten the light attachment knob on the video light toward LOCK to fix the camera.
Attaching the video light to the concave screw
1. Turn the light attachment knob on the video light toward LOCK to extended the screw.
2. Align the screw on the video light with the concave screw on the camera.
3. Tighten the light attachment knob on the video light toward LOCK to fix the camera.
Attaching the video light to the convex screw on the tripod or grip
1. Loosen the light attachment knob on the video light toward RELEASE as far as it will go to retract the screw.
2. Insert the convex screw into the video light and turn the video light clockwise.
NOTES
· Depending on the frequency of use of the video light, the shoe attachment may be scratched or cracked. This can cause the video
light to be damaged or fall off. If you find scratches and cracks on the shoe attachment, replace it with a new one.
Connect the power supply to the video light
Before connecting, check that video light´s POWER switch is to ˝OFF.˝ There are two types of video light power supply, as follows.
Attaching the battery pack to the video light (see illustration C)
NOTES
· Use a charged battery pack.
· Always use a Lithium-ion battery pack. We recommend using RP-NPF550 / RP-NPF970.
Using the light connector adaptor (see illustration D)
You can only use the LIGHT connector adaptor with compatible video cameras. When attaching the LIGHT connector adaptor to the
video light and the camera, always turn off the power of the camera first.
Attach the LIGHT connector adaptor to the battery mount of the video light and connect the plug to the camera.
· Check the direction and shape of the LIGHT connector of the camera (illustration D-a) and the plug of the LIGHT connector adaptor
(illustration D-b) before connecting.
· For details about the LIGHT connector, see the instruction manual of the camera.
· When not using the video light, discontent the plug from the camera. The battery pack is discharged even when the video light
is not in use.
Adjusting the angle of the video light (see illustration E)
1. Loosen lighting angle adjusting screw (coin screw) with a coin and adjust the angle of the video light.
2. Tighten the lighting angle adjusting screw (coin screw) firmly to fix the angle of the video light.
Removing the video light from the camera
Attaching the color conversion filter
You can attach a color conversion filter as necessary.
Attach the color conversion filter with the black side up. Insert the projecting portion on the right and left of the color conversion filter
into the space between the front panel and frame of the video light. Detach the color conversion filter reverse procedure.
NOTES
· Do not apply the strong force when attaching the color conversion filter.
· When attaching or detaching the color conversion lens, make sure that the power of the video light is set to off. Remove the dust and
dirt from the video light before attaching the color conversion filter to the video light.
Color temperature:
- Approx. 5,500 K (Default setting with the BRIGHT dial is set to MAX at an ambient temperature of 25C (70F))
- Approx. 3,200 K (When the supplied color conversion filter is attached to the video light) (Default setting with the BRIGHT dial is
set to MAX at an ambient temperature of 25C (70F))
Operating temperature:
- 0 C to 40 C (35F to 104F)
Storing temperature:
-20 C to +60 C (-4F to 140F)
Dimension:
- Approx. 108 mm x 150 x 129 mm (w/h/d) (4 3/8 in.x 6 in.x 5 1/8 in.)
Mass (Video light only)
- Approx. 450 g. (15,9 oz)
Using the video light
Turning the video light on:
Slide the POWER switch to ˝ON˝ while presing down on the green button on the POWER switch.
The remaining battery lamp will light on in steps and the remaining battery power will be calculated.
When you use a Lithium-ion battery pack with the video light, the white LED lamp lights up for about 1,5 second after you set the
POWER switch to ˝ON˝ and the remaining battery power is displayed about 8 second later. When you use the LIGHT connector
adaptor, the white LED lamp comes on about 1,5 second later.
NOTES
· If the LIGHT switch of the video camera is set to ˝AUTO˝ when using the LIGHT connector adaptor, the video light turns on or off in
conjuction with camera recording. The video light does not come on unit the camera starts recording even if the POWER switch of the
video light is set to ˝ON˝.
Adjusting the illuminance of the video light
The illuminance of the video light can be adjusted between 100% (MAX) and 10% (MIN) using the BRIGHT dial on the video light.
Using the condenser lens
The color temperature can be changed to about 3,200 K by using the supplied color conversion filter. (The filter size is 46 mm x 67 mm
(1 13 in. X 2 ¾ in.))
Replacing the filter
1. Place your finger at the cutout of the transparent sheet (a) on the back side of the color conversion filter. Pull out the sheet slowly.
2. Insert a new filter. Place your finger on any holes (b) and pull in the filter all way slowly.
NOTES
· When using the LIGHT connector adaptor, if the POWER switch of video light is set to ˝ON˝ and the LIGHT switch of the compatible
camera is set to ˝AUTO˝, the video light comes on about 1.5 second after recording starts. To prevent this time-lag, set the LIGHT
switch of the camera to ˝MAN˝ and turn on the video light before recording starts. Also see the instruction manual of the camera.
· When recording with the video light, if the subject is too close to the camera, several shadows of the subject may overlap.
· The color temperature varies slightly depending on the position of the BRIGHT dial and temperature of the white LED. Adjust
the white balance of the camera manually before recording. The property of the filter inserted in the color conversion filter varies
according to the operating time and condition. We recommend that you check the recorded image and replace the filter if
1. Set the POWER switch of the video light to ˝OFF˝ When using the LIGHT connector adaptor, disconnect the plug from the
camera.
2. Pull the battery pack or the LIGHT connector adaptor upward while sliding the battery release button.
3. Loosen the light attachment knob on the video light toward RELEASE. If the video light is attached to a convex screw, loosen
the convex screw.
4. Remove the video light from the accessory shoe of the camera, tripod etc.
Maintenance
Clean the video light with a soft dry cloth. If the video light get dirty, wipe with a cloth slightly moistened with a mild detergent
solution and then wipe with a soft dry cloth again. Do not use any type of solvent such as alcohol, benzine or thinner for cleaning.
Doing so may cause the surface of the video light to damage.
Specification
Power source
· Lithium-ion battery pack RP-NPF550
· LED video camera LIGHT connector input DC 12V (When using the supplied DC Connect Cable with D-Tap Connector)
Power consumption
- Approx. 20W (When using a Lithium-ion battery L series)
- Approx. 20W (When using the DC Connect Cable with D-Tap Connector adaptor)
Maximum illuminance:
- Approx. 1.800 lux (1 m (3 1/5 ft.)) (When using the condenser lens)
Lighting angle:
- Approx. 65 degrees (When not using the condenser lens)
Continues lighting time:
- Approx. 4 hours 20 minutes (When using a fully charged RP-NPF970 and the BRIGHT dial is set to MAX at an ambient
temperature of 25C (70F)
- Approx. 1 hour 25 minutes (When using a fully charged RP-NPF550 and the BRIGHT dial is set to MAX at an ambient
temperature of 25C (70F))
Lighting distance:
When using the condenser lens
1 m: Approx. 1.800 lux
3 m: Approx. 200 lux
5 m: Approx. 72 lux
8 m: Approx. 28 lux
10 m: Approx. 18 lux
Included items
- Battery LED Video Light RP-VLL1850
- Battery Charger RP-TC16NPF ( US Plus)
- US Plug to EURO Adaptor
- Cigarette Light Connectors Power Cable
- Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery Pack RP-NPF550 ( 7.4V, 2200mAh)
- DC Connect Cable with D-Tap Connector (Cord part Approx. 25 cm | 10 inch )
- Color Conversion Filter
- Carrying Bag ( With Shoulder Strap )
- User Manual
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