Bright. Sharp. Brilliant. The Gratical HD Micro-OLED Electronic Viewfinder Full Digital Manual

Bright. Sharp. Brilliant. The Gratical HD Micro-OLED Electronic Viewfinder Full Digital Manual
Bright. Sharp. Brilliant.
The Gratical HD Micro-OLED Electronic Viewfinder
Full Digital Manual
Table of Contents
Gratical Features ...........................................................................................................3
Included Components..................................................................................................4
Battery Usage.................................................................................................................4
Power Sources...............................................................................................................4
HDSDI & HDMI Connections........................................................................................5
Operating Lens Door....................................................................................................5
Removing/ Installing Lens Protection..........................................................................6
Operating Menus..........................................................................................................7
Display Calibration........................................................................................................8
LUTs.................................................................................................................................9
Color Bars.....................................................................................................................10
Scopes..........................................................................................................................11
Overlays .......................................................................................................................13
False Color...................................................................................................................13
Focus Assist (Red Line)................................................................................................14
Exposure Assist (Zebras) ............................................................................................14
Frame Line....................................................................................................................15
Menu Settings..............................................................................................................15
Meters...........................................................................................................................15
Pixel to Pixel.................................................................................................................16
DSLR Scaling................................................................................................................16
Anamorphic .................................................................................................................17
Frame Store..................................................................................................................17
Function Buttons.........................................................................................................18
Update..........................................................................................................................18
About............................................................................................................................19
Precautions...................................................................................................................20
Limited Warranty.........................................................................................................20
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Gratical Features
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Power Button
USB Port
HDSDI Out
HDSDI In
HDMI Out
HDMI In
Focusing Ring
Arri 1/4”- 20 Rosette
9. Function Buttons
10. Joystick
11. Battery Release Button
12. LP-E6 Battery
13. HDMI Covers
14. HDSDI Covers
15. Lens Door
16. 1/4”-20 EVF Mount
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4
5
6
1
2
9
7
10
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11
12
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14
15
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Included Components
3 AC Plug Adapters
Li-ion Battery Charger
Battery Usage
To ensure full runtime charge your battery before first use.
Note: Only use LP-E6 type batteries with the
Gratical. Doing otherwise may damage the unit.
Insert the battery into the left side compartment of the
Gratical. Slide to the right until locked in place. To remove the
battery press the release button and slide the battery to the left
of the case.
Release Button
Using an External Power Source
Optional equipment includes an External Battery
Attachment with D-Tap and a compatible battery source.
Connect male D-Tap
to power source.
Slide Battery attachment
into the Gratical.
PT-ZAC-E6
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Li-ion Battery LP-E6 Pack
HDSDI and HDMI
Connections
Out
In
The Gratical HD includes two
HDMI and two HDSDI ports with
cross conversion from HDMI
to HDSDI. Weather resistant
covers prevent moisture or debris
from getting in open ports.
Opening Eyecup Lens
Door Hands Free
Position your head next to the
lens door tab. A
pply pressure
with your head to the lens door
tab, slide your head from left
to right opening the door.
See video at
www.zacuto.com/gratical-support
Opening Eyecup to
keep Lens Door open
The Eyecup can be folded over
on itself so that lens door
remains open. Reminder:
When the Lens Door does
not automatically close your
Gratical is exposed to the sun.
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Out
In
Removing & Installing Level 1 Fog Protection
Level 1 Fog Protection Anti-Fog Coated Diopter. Offers a mild fog
protection good for average conditions comes pre-installed.
Installing Level 2 Fog Protection
Level 2 Fog Protection Anti-Fog Shield. Offers extreme Fog protection.
Included with G
ratical, but does not come pre-installed.
Remove Level 1 Fog Protection. Peel off protective layer from both sides of
the level 2 Fog protection. Lay on top of the lens lip and remount eyecup.
Place the Eyecup on one side
of the Gratical Lens Lip, and then
push down around the rest.
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Operating Menus
MAIN MENU
DISPLAY CALIBRATION
LUTS
COLOR BARS
SCOPES
OVERLAYS
METERS
PIXEL TO PIXEL (ZOOM)
DSLR SCALING [Auto/Playback]
ANAMORPHIC [NORMAL]
FRAME STORE
FUNCTION BUTTONS
UPDATE
ABOUT
Current Selection
(In Red)
Current Setting
Sub-Menu
Indicator
Vector-scope
Waveform
Histogram
The menu screen reveals itself over the current video display to show real-time
updates of changes made. Menu will disappear after 30 seconds of inactivity.
1. To open menu press in joystick. Navigate
menu using up, down, left, right. Press in to
select. Left will return you to the previous
menu or make the menu disappear when
on main menu.
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1
With the menu off, the Joystick can be preprogrammed with functions. (Defaults
Listed Below) These Joystick functions
can be changed through the menu.
Up- None
Down- Battery Meter
Left- None
Right- Red-Line Peaking
SET
F1
2. The four function buttons on the side of the
Gratical can be programmed through your
menu to assign a video processing feature for
quick selection. These function buttons can
only be used while the menu is off.
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F2
F3
F4
F1- Toggle all Scopes ON/OFF
F2- False Color
F3- Exposure Assist (Zebras)
F4- 1x1 Zoom
Display Calibration
DISPLAY CALIBRATION
BRIGHTNESS
CONTRAST
SATURATION
RED
GREEN
BLUE
RGB
GAMMA
RESTORE DEFAULT
IMAGE FLIP
SELECT PRESET
STORE PRESET
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0
12
8
0
0
0
1.00
OFF
Use these settings to adjust the calibration of the Micro OLED Display.
BRIGHTNESS: [-100 to 100]
CONTRAST: [-100 to 100]
RED:
[-100 to 100]
GREEN: [-100 to 100]
BLUE: [-100 to 100]
RGB:
[-100 to 100]
GAMMA: [0.2 to 2.6]
• Your settings may be saved and recalled with the SAVE PRESET
and RECALL PRESET functions.
• Select RESTORE DEFAULT to restore factory default settings.
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LUTs
LUTS
IMPORT CUSTOM LUT
CREATE CUSTOM LUT
EXPORT CUSTOM LUT
SELECT PRESET EVF LUT
SELECT CUSTOM EVF LUT
(off)
SELECT PRESET SDI OUT LUT
SELECT CUSTOM SDI OUT LUT
(off)
PREVIOUS MENU
Import Custom LUT
• To import a custom LUT, insert a USB stick into the Gratical and select import custom
LUT from the LUT menu. Select the LUT you wish to import from the list of available
LUTs. Currently compatible with 1D LUTs (.cube, .csm file types)
Select Preset EVF LUT
• To use a preset LUT for the Gratical, select a LUT from the list of available preset LUTs.
Select Custom EVF LUT
• To select a custom LUT, you must first create or import a LUT to the Gratical. Once you
have imported a custom LUT, select a LUT from the list available custom LUTs.
Select Preset SDI Out LUT
• To use a preset LUT for the SDI Out, select a LUT from the list available preset LUTs.
Select Custom SDI Out LUT
• To select a custom LUT, you must first import a LUT to the Gratical. Once you have
imported a custom LUT, select a LUT from the list available custom LUTs.
Create LUT
• You can create your own LUT from within the CREATE CUSTOM LUT menu. Saved custom LUTs can be found in the SELECT CUSTOM LUT menu. Note that when preset LUTs
have been selected, you will be able to see the values of those LUTs in the CREATE
CUSTOM LUT menu. This allows you to tweak and modify the preset values. Saving an
altered version of a preset LUT will not overwrite the original.
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Color Bars
• The SMPTE HD, MACBETH, and BLUE ONLY features can be used to calibrate
your Gratical.
COLOR BARS
SMPTE HD
MACBETH
OFF
ON
BLUE ONLY
OFF
PREVIOUS MENU
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Scopes
SCOPES
SCOPES LOCATION
SCOPES SOURCE
ALLOW OVERLAP
TOGGLE EVF SCOPES
EVF SCOPES
BOTTOM
PRE LUT
OFF
ON
MAIN MENU
PREVIOUS MENU
Histogram
Waveform
Vectorscope
The Gratical offers three different scopes: Histogram, Waveform, and Vectorscope.
Histogram
• (Luminance): The luma Histogram shows all luminance values in the image, from black to white. • (RGB):The RGB Histogram shows histogram analyses for each color, Red, Green, Blue. This lets you compare the relative distribution of each color.
Waveform (Luminance):
• Shows exposure in IRE at a given location in the image, left to right.
Vectorscope (Saturation):
• Measures the chrominance in the image, including saturation and hue.
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Scope Settings
• Each scope can be toggled
ON/OFF. All scopes off
defaults image to the center.
• Scopes can be displayed in
the Gratical and on a second
monitor by looping out the
SDI. To choose which scope
you wish to control, select
EVF Scopes or SDI
Out Scopes.
• LOCATION: Select to change
the location of the scope.
Scopes may be moved to
LEFT, CENTER, or RIGHT
positions. The scopes can
also be positioned above
or below the image.
• The scopes can reflect data
based on the raw input signal
from the camera, pre LUT,
or from a LUT applied to the
image, post LUT.
EVF SCOPES
HISTOGRAM
LOCATION
TYPE
SCALE
OFF
LEFT
LUMA
LINEAR
WAVEFORM
LOCATION
OFF
CENTER
OFF
RIGHT
VECTORSCOPE
LOCATION
PREVIOUS MENU
EVF SCOPES
HISTOGRAM
LOCATION
TYPE
SCALE
ON
LEFT
LUMA
LINEAR
WAVEFORM
LOCATION
OFF
CENTER
ON
RIGHT
VECTORSCOPE
LOCATION
PREVIOUS MENU
• See Function Buttons
Section p18 to assign
to a function button.
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Overlays
Note that all overlay features can only see s pre LUT applied image. When using a LUT,
these features will work off the original, non LUT image.
OVERLAYS
ON
FALSE COLOR
FOCUS ASSIST
FOCUS ASSIST (ZEBRA)
FRAME LINE
NONE
MENU SETTINGS
PREVIOUS MENU
False Color
• Select FALSE COLOR to see feature ON/OFF.
• Use False Color to aid in obtaining the correct exposure of your scene.
• The chart below may be used as a key to determine which area of your frame are
overexposed, underexposed, or exposed properly.
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07
08
09
0 100 >101 IRE
RED
05
YELLOW
04
PINK
03
GREEN
02
BLUE
FUCHSIA
<0 IRE1 0
• Overexposed: Objects will be displayed RED.
• Properly Exposed: Objects will display in Pinks and Greens.
• Underexposed: Objects will display Blue to Dark Blue.
• See Function Buttons Section p18 to assign to a function button.
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Focus Assist
(Red-Line)
• Select RED-LINE ENABLE to
see feature On/Off.
FOCUS ASSIST
RED-LINE ENABLE
COLOR
LEVEL
ON
RED
2
PEAKING ENABLE
LEVEL
OFF
3
• Select COLOR to change
the color of the focus
assist lines.
• Select LEVEL to change
the intensity of the focus
assist lines.
• See Function Buttons
Section p18 to assign
to a function button.
Exposure Assist
(Zebras)
• Select ENABLE to see
feature On/Off.
EXPOSURE ASSIST (ZEBRA)
ON
100
WHT
70
BLK
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4
ENABLE
HIGH IRE LEVEL
HIGH COLOR
LOW IRE LEVEL
LOW COLOR
STRIDE
WIDTH
• Select the HIGH IRE LEVEL
to change the exposure
level at which the zebra
lines will appear. This
value must be higher than
the LOW IRE LEVEL value
or you will receive a Zebra
setting error.
• Select the HIGH COLOR
to change the color of the
HIGH IRE LEVEL zebra lines.
• Select the LOW IRE LEVEL
to change the exposure level
at which the zebra lines will appear.
• Select the LOW COLOR to change the color of the LOW IRE LEVEL zebra lines.
• See Function Buttons Section p18 to assign to a function button.
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Frame Line
• Choose the frame lines and/or
action safe lines you wish to
overlay on the image.
FRAME LINE
1.33:1 (4x3) SDTV
1.66:1 (15x9) European Theatrical
1.78:1 (16x9) HDTV
1.85:1 American Theatrical
2.40:1 Anamorphic Theatrical
2.66:1 Cinemascope
CENTER CROSS
3x3 GRID
Menu Settings
• Select MENU LOCATION to move
the menu to one of six locations.
Meters (Audio & Battery)
• Toggle the Gratical Meters
ON/OFF.
• Select BATTERY/ AUDIO LOCATION
to move the meters to one
of six locations.
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OFF
OFF
Pixel to Pixel
• Select ENABLE to see feature
On/Off. While ON, use the
joystick to scroll around
the image.
PIXEL TO PIXEL (ZOOM)
ON
ENABLE
CENTER
PAN RATE
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• Select CENTER to
re-center the picture
while zoomed in.
• Select PAN to change the
number of pixels at which
you will scroll while
zoomed in.
• See Function Buttons
Section p18 to assign
to a function button.
DSLR Scaling
• AUTO/PLAYBACK allows
the EVF to scale and format
the image by automatically
detecting the camera’s
output (Default)
DSLR SCALING
ON
AUTO / PLAYBACK
CAMERA PRESETS
CREATE USER PRESET
RECALL USER PRESET
OVER/UNDERSCAN
OVERSCAN
VIDEO FORMAT:
SHOW DSLR SCALING
• Choose CAMERA PRESETS
to activate an included
camera preset.
• When creating a user preset,
the ACTIVE VIDEO (Red Line)
represents what will be
shown full frame on the
screen while the
FRAME LINE (Green Line)
tells the Gratical where the
picture area of the recorded
video image will be.
• Creating a user preset may be useful if you are trying to view camera data on the screen while it’s scaled.
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Anamorphic
• Select the anamorphic
de-squeeze factor
corresponding to your lens.
Frame Store
• Toggle Show ON/OFF to
display the stored frame in
the selected memory bank.
If no frame has been stored
in the selected bank, a
warning message will
appear “Frame (X) has
not been stored!”
• Within SHOW STYLE you
may choose for the saved
frame to be overlaid as
OPAQUE or TRANSP
allowing you to match up
your live video with the
stored frame.
• Toggle the CAPTURE menu to ON and you will be promoted with a message “Press any Function
button to store frame...” Press a Function button on the side of the EVF and a frame from the
current video on screen will be stored to the next available memory bank.
• See Function Buttons Section p18 to assign to a function button.
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Function Buttons
• The Gratical has eight function
buttons that can be assigned by
the user. These include the four
buttons (F1, F2, F3, F4) and the
four directions of the joystick
(UP, DOWN, LEFT RIGHT).
Function buttons come
preprogrammed but can be
changed at any time.
• To change the function assigned
to each button, select the function
button you wish to change.
From the subsequent menu,
choose the desired function
you wish to be assigned to
the function button. It can
now be activated by pressing the appropriate function button
on the side of the Gratical without the use of the menu system.
• Function buttons can only be used when the menu is not displayed.
Update
• To update your Gratical with
the latest firmware, first
format your USB thumb drive
to FAT32 for compatibility.
• Download the firmware update
from www.zacuto.com.
• Insert your USB drive into the
Gratical’s USB port, select
UPDATE from the menu and
select USB DRIVE. Select
START UPDATE and follow
the on screen instructions.
The current firmware version
can be confirmed in the
ABOUT menu.
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About
•Choose ABOUT to view
the EVF firmware version
on your device.
•SYSTEM INFO is used for
developer and debugging.
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Gratical Precautions
• Do not allow sunlight to enter the Gratical. The light can be magnified by the lens and potentially cause damage to the Gratical screen.
• Make sure to close eyecup lens door when not using to help prevent unwanted light from entering the EVF.
• Do not disassemble or modify the EVF, as this may damage the product.
• Do not use batteries, power cords, or accessories that are not specified for use with this product. Use only LP-E6 batteries or equivalent.
• Do not store the product in a dusty, humid or hot environment as damage may occur.
• When the product is mounted on a camera, do not lift or move the camera by grabbing the product. This may cause damage to the product or the camera mount.
• This product is not waterproof. If the product is dropped in water, do not turn on the unit. Contact Zacuto for service.
• Do not attempt to power another device by using the Gratical as a power source.
• To report bugs, features, and ideas please contact zacuto.
Limited Warranty
Zacuto USA electronic devices come with a limited one year hardware warranty.
The limited hardware warranty covers defects in workmanship and materials of
our products for up to one year. This warranty does not cover any damage to
this product that results from improper installation, accidents, abuse, misuse,
negligence, natural disaster, insufficient or excessive electrical supply (if applies),
abnormal mechanical or environmental conditions, dust or any unauthorized
disassembly, repair or modification.
For more support call us at 888-294-FILM
or email us at [email protected]
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