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Code Alarm F65 Instruction manual
DIGITAL MOTION PICTURE CAMERA
F65
OPERATION MANUAL [English]
1st Edition (Revised 2)
Before operating the unit, please read this manual thoroughly
and retain it for future reference.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this apparatus to rain or
moisture.
To avoid electrical shock, do not open the
cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified
personnel only.
Caution
Use of controls or adjustments or performance of procedures
other than those specified herein may result in hazardous
radiation exposure. Do not open the outer case and
disassemble or otherwise modify.
This Digital Motion Picture Camera is classified as a CLASS 1
LASER PRODUCT.
Tämä Digital Motion Picture Camera on luokiteltu 1. LUOKAN
LASERTUOTTEEKSI.
Egenskaper för intern lasermodul
Våglängd
: 850 nm
Strålningens varaktighet : Pulsmodulation
Lasereffekt
: 4 mW/kanal (max)
Standard
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
Egenskaper for innvendig lasermodul
Bølgelengde
: 850 nm
Strålingsvarighet
: Pulsmodulasjon
Utgangseffekt for laser : 4 mW / kanal (maks.)
Standard
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
Caution
The use of optical instruments with this product will increase
eye hazard.
For the customers in the U.S.A.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference when the equipment is
operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction
manual, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential
area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the
user will be required to correct the interference at his own
expense.
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
Den här Digital Motion Picture Camera klassificeras som en
LASERPRODUKT AV KLASS 1.
All interface cables used to connect peripherals must be
shielded in order to comply with the limits for a digital device
pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
VAROITUS!
LAITTEEN KÄYTTÄMINEN MUULLA KUIN TÄSSÄ
KÄYTTÖOHJEESSA MAINITULLA TAVALLA SAATTAA
ALTISTAA KÄYTTÄJÄN TURVALLISUUSLUOKAN 1
YLITTÄVÄLLE NÄKYMÄTTÖMÄLLE LASERSÄTEILYLLE.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation
is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may
not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
VARNING
OM APPARATEN ANVÄNDS PÅ ANNAT SÄTT ÄN I DENNA
BRUKSANVISNING SPECIFICERATS, KAN ANVÄNDAREN
UTSÄTTAS FÖR OSYNLIG LASERSTRÅLNING, SOM
ÖVERSKRIDER GRÄNSEN FÖR LASERKLASS 1.
For the customers in Canada
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
Internal Laser Module Properties
Wavelength
: 850 nm
Emission duration
: Pulse Modulation
Laser output power
: 4 mW/channel (max)
Standard
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
Egenskaber for internt lasermodul
Bølgelængde
: 850 nm
Strålingsvarighed
: Pulsmodulering
Afgivet lasereffekt
: 4 mW/kanal (maks.)
Standard
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
For the customers in Europe
This product with the CE marking complies with the EMC
Directive issued by the Commission of the European
Community.
Compliance with this directive implies conformity to the
following European standards:
• EN55103-1: Electromagnetic Interference(Emission)
• EN55103-2: Electromagnetic Susceptibility(Immunity)
This product is intended for use in the following
Electromagnetic Environments: E1 (residential), E2
(commercial and light industrial), E3 (urban outdoors), E4
(controlled EMC environment, ex. TV studio).
The manufacturer of this product is Sony Corporation, 1-7-1
Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan.
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The Authorized Representative for EMC and product safety is
Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327
Stuttgart, Germany. For any service or guarantee matters
please refer to the addresses given in separate service or
guarantee documents.
For the State of California, USA only
Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See
www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate
Perchlorate Material : Lithium battery contains perchlorate.
For the customers in Taiwan only
AVERTISSEMENT
Afin de réduire les risques d’incendie ou
d’électrocution, ne pas exposer cet
appareil à la pluie ou à l’humidité.
Afin d’écarter tout risque d’électrocution,
garder le coffret fermé. Ne confier
l’entretien de l’appareil qu’à un personnel
qualifié.
Digital Motion Picture Camera est classée comme PRODUIT
LASER DE CLASSE 1.
Propriétés du module laser interne
Longueur d’onde
: 850 nm
Durée d’émission
: Modulation d’impulsion
Puissance du laser
: 4 mW/canal (max)
Norme
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
Pour les clients au Canada
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la
norme NMB-003 du Canada.
Pour les clients en Europe
Ce produit portant la marque CE est conforme à la Directive
sur la compatibilité électromagnétique (EMC) émise par la
Commission de la Communauté européenne.
La conformité à cette directive implique la conformité aux
normes européennes suivantes :
• EN55103-1 : Interférences électromagnétiques (émission)
• EN55103-2 : Sensibilité électromagnétique (immunité)
Ce produit est prévu pour être utilisé dans les environnements
électromagnétiques suivants : E1 (résidentiel), E2
(commercial et industrie légère), E3 (urbain extérieur) et E4
(environnement EMC contrôlé, ex. studio de télévision).
Le fabricant de ce produit est Sony Corporation, 1-7-1 Konan,
Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0075 Japon.
Le représentant autorisé pour EMC et la sécurité des produits
est Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327
Stuttgart, Allemagne. Pour toute question concernant le
service ou la garantie, veuillez consulter les adresses
indiquées dans les documents de service ou de garantie
séparés.
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WARNUNG
Um die Gefahr von Bränden oder
elektrischen Schlägen zu verringern, darf
dieses Gerät nicht Regen oder Feuchtigkeit
ausgesetzt werden.
Um einen elektrischen Schlag zu
vermeiden, darf das Gehäuse nicht
geöffnet werden. Überlassen Sie
Wartungsarbeiten stets nur qualifiziertem
Fachpersonal.
Dieser Digital Motion Picture Camera ist als
LASERPRODUKT DER KLASSE 1 eingestuft.
Eigenschaften des internen Lasermoduls
Wellenlänge
: 850 nm
Emissionsdauer
: Pulsmodulation
Laser-Ausgangsleistung : 4 mW/Kanal (max.)
Standard
: IEC60825-1 (2007)
Für Kunden in Europa
Dieses Produkt besitzt die CE-Kennzeichnung und erfüllt die
EMV-Richtlinie der EG-Kommission.
Angewandte Normen:
• EN55103-1: Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
(Störaussendung)
• EN55103-2: Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit
(Störfestigkeit)
Für die folgenden elektromagnetischen Umgebungen: E1
(Wohnbereich), E2 (kommerzieller und in beschränktem
Maße industrieller Bereich), E3 (Stadtbereich im Freien) und
E4 (kontrollierter EMV-Bereich, z.B. Fernsehstudio).
Der Hersteller dieses Produkts ist Sony Corporation, 1-7-1
Konan, Minato-ku, Tokyo, 108-0075 Japan.
Der autorisierte Repräsentant für EMV und Produktsicherheit
ist Sony Deutschland GmbH, Hedelfinger Strasse 61, 70327
Stuttgart, Deutschland. Bei jeglichen Angelegenheiten in
Bezug auf Kundendienst oder Garantie wenden Sie sich bitte
an die in den separaten Kundendienst- oder
Garantiedokumenten aufgeführten Anschriften.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Overview
1-1 Features ...........................................................................7
1-2 Example of System Configuration ................................9
1-2-1 SR-R4 Docking System .................................................10
1-3 Locations and Functions of Parts ...............................11
Chapter 2
Installation and Preparations
2-1
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
2-7
2-8
Chapter 3
Mounting the SR-R4 .....................................................16
Attaching a Filter ..........................................................17
Attaching a Lens ...........................................................18
Attaching a Viewfinder .................................................20
Mounting the Camera on a Tripod ..............................21
Mounting the CBK-WA01 .............................................21
Preparing the Power Supply ........................................22
Setting the Date and Time ............................................23
Basic Adjustments and Settings
3-1 Basic Operation of the Camera ...................................24
3-2 Camera Settings ...........................................................25
3-3 Basic Settings using the Subdisplay ..........................25
3-3-1 Basic Operation of the Subdisplay .................................25
3-3-2 Setting the Video Format ...............................................26
3-3-3 Setting the Shutter Value ...............................................27
3-3-4 Selecting an ND Filter ....................................................28
3-3-5 Setting the Sensitivity (EI Value) ..................................29
3-3-6 Checking the Highlight Latitude ....................................29
3-3-7 Setting the Color Temperature .......................................30
3-3-8 Setting the SDI OUT Output LUT .................................30
3-3-9 Selecting the Fan Operating Mode .................................30
3-3-10 Checking the Voltage ...................................................31
3-3-11 Checking the Remaining Media ...................................31
3-3-12 Checking the Timecode ................................................31
3-3-13 Assigning Functions to the ASSIGN Buttons ..............32
3-3-14 Adjusting the Subdisplay Brightness ...........................33
3-3-15 Checking the Self-Diagnostic Results ..........................33
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3-4 VF Menu Basic Operation ........................................... 33
3-5 Setting the Shooting Mode ......................................... 35
3-6 Setting the Output Signal ............................................ 36
3-6-1 Selecting the Output Video Signal .................................36
3-7 Viewing and Setting the Viewfinder Display ............. 36
3-7-1 Viewing the Basic Status Display ..................................36
3-7-2 Setting the Marker Display ............................................37
3-7-3 Setting the Voltage Warning Values .............................38
3-7-4 Magnifying the Viewfinder Display ..............................38
3-8 Restoring the factory default settings ....................... 39
Chapter 4
Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
4-1 Subdisplay Menu List .................................................. 40
4-2 VF Menu List ................................................................. 42
4-2-1 Camera Menu .................................................................43
4-2-2 VF/SDI Menu ................................................................45
4-2-3 Display Info Menu .........................................................46
4-2-4 Config Menu ..................................................................48
4-2-5 File Menu .......................................................................49
4-2-6 Network Menu ...............................................................51
4-2-7 Diagnosis Menu .............................................................52
Appendix
Metadata .............................................................................. 53
RDD 18 format metadata set ....................................................53
Non-realtime metadata .............................................................55
Warning/Error Messages .................................................... 56
Precautions ......................................................................... 58
Cleaning the Recorder Connector ..................................... 59
About “Memory Stick Duo” ................................................ 59
Specifications ...................................................................... 61
Connector Pin Assignments .............................................. 63
Menu Operation using a Web Browser ............................. 65
Operation using a Tablet Device ....................................... 66
Color Space According to the COLOR SPACE
Settings ......................................................................... 68
Notice Concerning Software Governed by the GNU
GPL/LGPL ..................................................................... 69
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Table of Contents
1-1 Features
The F65 is a digital motion picture camera equipped with
a Super 35-mm type CMOS sensor array with a total of 20
Megapixels.
The camera is incorporated with newly developed imagers
and a digital signal-processing LSI that yield images of a
high quality for cinematic, commercial, and dramatic
production applications. The camera also supports the
features of a “production camera” up to details in its shape,
button and indicator layout, and materials of the parts.
Superior picture quality and high
performance
Super 35-mm type CMOS and PL mount
With the F65’s Super 35-mm-type CMOS imagers and PL
mount, most movie lenses designed for conventional 35mm film cameras can be mounted without a converter.
Wide latitude and high-quality pictures
With its newly developed imagers, and unique 16-bit
digital LSI, the camera achieves wide latitude and highgrade picture quality with minimal noise.
RAW image output
Outputs RAW image data, without camera signal
processing or non-linear gamma processing, for increased
convenience during post-production.
Multiple frame formats
The camera supports 3840/4096-pixel wide images for
high-end content creation, including commercial and
broadcasting program production as well as movie
making.
The camera supports the following formats.
F65RAW mode: 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p, 50p, 59.94p,
S59.94p (Select FPS), S60p (Select FPS)
F65RAW-HFR mode: S119.88p (Select FPS), S120p
(Select FPS)
HD mode: 23.98p, 24p, 25p, 29.97p, 50p, 59.94p,
S59.94p (Select FPS), S60p (Select FPS)
Chapter
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Chapter 1 Overview
Overview
Imaging characteristics with wide color space
Sony’s unique technology color filters allow the camera to
capture images with natural-looking color reproduction
close to those of the actual scene.
S-LOG gamma and 709(800%) gamma for
monitors
The camera is equipped with S-LOG gamma for checking
the entire dynamic range of the image, and 709(800%)
gamma for general monitoring.
Mechanical rotary shutter
The camera is equipped with a mechanical rotary shutter
that eliminates the rolling shutter effect common to
conventional CMOS image sensors.
HD shooting
When used with the SR-R4 recorder, the camera can also
shoot images in HD mode, in addition to RAW mode.
SR-R4 version 1.4 or later is required to record in HD.
HFR (high frame rate) mode
Supports recording at 120 frames per second. Frame rates
from 1 to 120 fps can be selected using Select FPS.
In HFR mode, the ND filter is set to Clear, and the
mechanical rotary shutter cannot be used.
Design and shape
New compact design
For a high level of mobility in consideration of various
shooting situations, such as inside a car, the camera is
housed in as compact a body as possible. In addition,
buttons and indicators are laid out to provide a familiar and
intuitive user interface to users of conventional cinema
film cameras.
Dockable system for the SR-R4 Portable Memory
Recorder
A dockable interface system for docking with the SR-R4 is
employed for versatility under shooting conditions and onsite demands.
Features
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Chapter 1 Overview
Compatible with film-camera accessories
The F65 is designed to be compatible with a variety of
film-camera accessories, giving users a broad array of
choices. These include ARRIFLEX-made bridge plates,
matte boxes, follow focus units, lens focus/zoom/iris servo
control units, and more. These film-camera accessories
can be attached to the F65 without modification, enabling
users who principally work with film to fully utilize their
existing assets.
The F65 is equipped with one 12 V DC and connector one
24 V DC1) output connector to supply power to accessories
connected to the camera.
1) To supply accessories with 24 V DC power, the camera must have both
12 V DC and 24 V DC supplies, and the CAM POWER switch must be
turned ON.
Assignable buttons
The F65 is equipped with assignable buttons on the side of
the camera head.
The operator can assign frequently used functions, such as
magnifying the image in the viewfinder, to assignable
buttons to call these functions rapidly when working in the
field.
Operational versatility
Cine mode
The camera operates in cine mode which records video
without processing, on the presumption color grading is
performed in post-production, while applying basic color
grading to the VF/SDI outputs.
This means the camera can be operated just like a
conventional film camera.
Shutter control
The shutter speed is adjustable in terms of shutter angle.
You can also switch between a mechanical rotary shutter
and an electronic shutter.
Monitor output selection
You can select imposition of markers in the monitor
output, and also select a look-up table (LUT) for the
desired tone of the monitor image. In addition, userdefined LUTs created using CVP File Editor 5.0
(September, 2012 release) can be imported.
Sensitivity adjustment function
The F65 employs an EI sensitivity indicator for shooting
using a light meter, just as for film cameras, to enable
overexposure/underexposure processing in postproduction.
ASC CDL
American Society of Cinematographers Color Decision
List (ASC CDL) is a format for the exchange of basic color
grading information, recommended by ASC, that defines
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Features
functions for slope, offset, power, and saturation. The
camera uses these functions to support adjustment of VF/
SDI output gain, black level, tone, and saturation. The
adjustments made are not reflected in the master video
signal, but are saved as metadata in the SR-R4 recorder.
When recording, the video can be monitored on the VF/
SDI outputs by applying the values in metadata to the
recorded material.
Other features
USB host connectors
The camera is equipped with USB connectors (host) for
connection with an optional Wi-Fi adapter (CBK-WA01)
to enable wireless camera operation from a tablet or other
Wi-Fi capable device.
Anamorphic format support
Normal VF/SDI video, without distortion, is output when
using a 2x anamorphic lens.
Supports various setup methods
The F65 can be configured from a variety of devices. The
basic configuration is performed on the camera’s
subdisplay. However, detailed settings can be performed
from the menu (VF Menu) displayed in the viewfinder or
on a monitor connected to the SDI OUT connector. You
can also make detailed settings by displaying the menu in
a web browser or on a tablet device, such as an iPad.1,2)
1) iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc.
2) The items displayed in the menu that can be configured using a web
browser or a tablet device may vary. For details, see “4-2 VF Menu List”
(page 42).
1-2 Example of System Configuration
For more information about the fittings, connections, or
use of additional equipment and accessories, see “Chapter
2 Installation and Preparations” (page 16) as well as the
operation manuals for the connected equipment.
Chapter 1 Overview
The diagram below shows a system configuration example
for use of this camera.
This manual assumes the use of an optional Sony HD
Electronic Viewfinder.
Viewfinder
Product
Model name
HD Electronic Viewfinder
HDVF-C30WR, HDVF-C35W, HDVF-20A, HDVF-200
F65 Product Configuration
Center handle
Viewfinder mounting plate
19mm DIA carbon rod
Rod mounting plate
SR-R4
Riser plate
Products for tripod mounting
Product
Video recorder
Model name
Product
Model name
Bridge Plate
BP-8 (ARRIFLEX)
Portable Memory Recorder
SR-R4
Shoulder Set
S-4 (ARRIFLEX)
Note
If attaching and using products, such as a shoulder set,
from other manufacturers, check beforehand that the
product can be fitted correctly to the camera.
Example of System Configuration
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1-2-1 SR-R4 Docking System
An SR-R4 recorder can be docked on the rear of the camera head.
The SR-R4 power source is supplied via the camera’s DC IN connector.
Chapter 1 Overview
HDVF-C30WR
SR-R4
12 V DC power
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Example of System Configuration
1-3 Locations and Functions of Parts
Front panel
Chapter 1 Overview
a
c Viewfinder shoe
(Network) connector
d VF connector
Lens mount
e Lens fixing lever
Shutter emergency open
screw (page 58)
f Hot shoe
b Ventilation holes (intake)
a
(Network) connector (RJ-45 type, 10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX)
Connects to a network cable when configuring the camera
from a web browser on a computer.
For a network cable connection, the IP address must be
configured in the Network menu in the VF menu.
For details, see “4-2-6 Network Menu” (page 51).
CAUTION
• For safety, do not connect the connector for peripheral
device wiring that might have excessive voltage to this
port. Follow the instructions for this port.
• When you connect the network cable of the unit to
peripheral device, use a shielded-type cable to prevent
malfunction due to radiation noise.
ATTENTION
• Par mesure de sécurité, ne raccordez pas le connecteur
pour le câblage de périphériques pouvant avoir une
tension excessive à ce port. Suivez les instructions pour
ce port.
• Lors de la connexion du câble réseau de l’appareil au
périphérique, utilisez un câble blindé afin d’empêcher
tout dysfonctionnement dû au bruit de rayonnement.
VORSICHT
• Aus Sicherheitsgründen nicht mit einem
Peripheriegerät-Anschluss verbinden, der zu starke
Spannung für diese Buchse haben könnte. Folgen Sie
den Anweisungen für diese Buchse.
• Verwenden Sie beim Anschließen des Netzwerkkabels
des Geräts an ein Peripheriegerät ein abgeschirmtes
Kabel, um Fehlfunktionen aufgrund von Störungen zu
vermeiden.
b Ventilation holes (intake)
Note
Make sure that a gap of about 8 mm (11/32 inch) is
maintained in front of the ventilation holes for cooling.
c Viewfinder shoe
Attach an optional viewfinder.
For details, see “2-4 Attaching a Viewfinder” (page 20).
d VF (viewfinder) connector (20-pin)
Connects to the cable supplied with a viewfinder
(optional).
e Lens fixing lever
When mounting a lens, turn the lever clockwise to secure
the lens. To remove the lens, turn the lever
counterclockwise.
If the lens fixing lever is difficult to operate due to the
shape of the lens or accessory being mounted, you can
remove the lever and attach it in a different orientation.
For details, see “2-3 Attaching a Lens” (page 18).
f Hot shoe
Supports the Cooke /i Intelligent Electronic Lens System
and can record lens information as metadata.
Locations and Functions of Parts
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Left panel
i Handle
Chapter 1 Overview
j Measure hook/
focus reference mark
k SDI OUT2 connector
l AUX
a USB connectors
b Accessory receptacles
m Ventilation holes (exhaust)
c CAM POWER switch
h EXT. I/O connector
g LENS connector
f Wrench box
e DC OUT 24V 4A connector
d DC OUT 12V 4A connector
a USB connectors
USB 2.0 standard connector. Connect a CBK-WA01 Wi-Fi
Adapter (optional) to enable communication with wireless
LAN devices.
i Handle
The handle is attached to the top of the camera head at the
factory. It has two sizes of screw holes (3/8", 1/4") for
accessories on the upper side.
b Accessory receptacles
For mounting accessories using M3 screws. The depth of
the screws is 5 mm (7/32 inch).
j Measure hook/focus reference mark
Use as reference for focusing.
For actual measurement of the distance from a subject, you
can fix the end of a tape measure to the hook.
When shooting shallow depth-of-field images in high
resolution, it is recommended that you adjust the focus
using the camera or viewfinder magnification function.
c CAM POWER switch
Turns the camera power supply ON/OFF.
d DC OUT 12V 4A (12 V DC supply output)
connector
Supplies 12 V DC power source to accessories, when the
CAM POWER switch is in the ON position.
e DC OUT 24V 4A (24 V DC supply output)
connector
Supplies 24 V DC power source to accessories when there
is a 24 V DC supply connected to the DC IN connector and
the CAM POWER switch is in the ON position.
f Wrench box
Stores a 3 mm (1/8 inch) wrench for attaching/detaching
the handle.
g LENS connector (12-pin)
It is not used in this version.
h EXT. I/O (external control) connector (5-pin)
It is not used in this version.
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Locations and Functions of Parts
k SDI OUT2 connector (BNC type)
Outputs the same signal as the SDI OUT1 connector on the
rear panel.
l AUX (display only)
This connector is for function expansion. It is not used in
this version.
m Ventilation holes (exhaust)
Note
Connectors and other parts positioned near the exhaust
vents may become hot.
Right panel
f “Memory Stick”/
SD memory card section
b DIAGNOSIS indicator
g DOCK indicator
Chapter 1 Overview
a ASSIGN buttons
c LOCK switch
d SHUTTER button
e REC button and LOCK switch
Display/menu operation block
h Tripod receptacles (bottom)
a ASSIGN (assignable) buttons
You can assign various functions to these buttons, using
the subdisplay or the menu displayed in the viewfinder or
on a monitor.
ASSIGN button 1 is on the far left, and ASSIGN button 4
is on the far right.
For details, see “3-3-13 Assigning Functions to the
ASSIGN Buttons” (page 32).
b DIAGNOSIS indicator
Indicates the diagnostics status.
Lit green: Normal
Lit red: Error
Flashing red: Fatal error
Lit yellow: Not ready
If the red or flashing red indication continues, consult your
local Sony representative.
c LOCK switch
Locks operation of the side panel (excluding the REC and
PAGE buttons).
d SHUTTER button
Switches between the electronic shutter and the
mechanical rotary shutter.
Press the “M.” button for one second or longer to switch to
the mechanical rotary shutter, or press the “E.” button for
one second or longer to switch to the electronic shutter.
The button indicator for the selected shutter is lit. The
shutter indicator flashes when changing shutter.
Note
It takes about 20 to 40 seconds to change shutter.
e REC button and LOCK switch
The REC button starts/stops recording to the SR-R4
docked on the camera. The REC button indicator is lit
while recording. The indicator flashes as a warning if the
connected supply voltage drops.
When the LOCK switch is in the LOCK position, the REC
button cannot be operated.
The REC button cannot be operated during REC REVIEW,
PLAY, F.FWD, or REW mode on the SR-R4 to prevent
overwriting.
For details on warning indications, see “Warning/Error
Messages” (page 56).
f “Memory Stick”/SD memory card section
Slots for a “Memory Stick PRO Duo” and an SD memory
card are provided behind the rubber cap. The access lamp
turns red when a “Memory Stick PRO Duo” or an SD
memory card is inserted into a slot, and then turns off. It
flashes red when reading to or writing from a “Memory
Stick PRO Duo” or an SD memory card.
When the access lamp is flashing red, do not insert/remove
the “Memory Stick PRO Duo” or SD memory card, or turn
off the power.
g DOCK (docking) indicator
When an SR-R4 is docked, the light reception status of the
recorder connectors is displayed.
Green: Good
Locations and Functions of Parts
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Chapter 1 Overview
Yellow: Caution level
Sensitivity has decreased, but signal can be transferred
without error. Clean the recorder connector or replace
the connector optical module as soon as practicable.
Red: Light detection error
A light reception problem occurred, and signal cannot
be transferred correctly. Promptly clean the recorder
connector or replace the connector optical module.
Off: No signal
For details about cleaning the connectors, see “Cleaning
the Recorder Connector” (page 59). For information
about replacing the optical module, consult your local
Sony representative.
h Tripod receptacles (bottom)
Mounting point for a tripod using 3/8" tripod screws.
Display/menu operation block
Used to switch the monitor display between the subdisplay
and the viewfinder, and to operate the menus.
For details on menu operations, see “3-3-1 Basic
Operation of the Subdisplay” (page 25) and “3-4 VF Menu
Basic Operation” (page 33).
a VF DISPLAY button
b VF MENU button
c Subdisplay
d SETTING button
e PAGE button
f BACK button
g MENU SEL/ENTER dial
a VF DISPLAY (viewfinder display) button
Displays the status screen on the viewfinder and monitor.
For details about the information displayed, see “3-7
Viewing and Setting the Viewfinder Display” (page 36).
b VF MENU (viewfinder menu) button
Displays the menu screen on the viewfinder and monitor.
c Subdisplay
Displays the camera configuration settings. Press and hold
the SETTING button (1 second or longer) to enter Settings
Change mode.
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Locations and Functions of Parts
d SETTING button
Press and hold for 1 second or longer to enter Settings
Change mode to change camera settings using the
subdisplay.
e PAGE button
Displays the next page when the subdisplay is in Settings
Change mode.
f BACK button
Cancels changes and returns to the previous screen when
the subdisplay is in Settings Change mode or when
displaying the menu in the viewfinder or on a monitor.
g MENU SEL (selection)/ENTER dial
Turn the dial to select items and press to enter when the
subdisplay is in Settings Change mode or when displaying
the menu in the viewfinder or on a monitor.
Rear panel
Chapter 1 Overview
a Recorder connector
b REC indicator
c GENLOCK IN connector
d SHUTTER connector
e HD-Y OUT connector
f SDI OUT1 connector
g REMOTE connector
h DC IN indicator
i DC IN connector
j Cable clamp screw holes
a Recorder connector
Connects signal and power with the SR-R4 docked on the
camera.
i DC IN connector (LEMO 8-pin)
Connects to a power cable with the supplied power cable
connector.
Note
For details, see “2-7 Preparing the Power Supply” (page
22).
Attach the connector cap on the optical connector when
not connected to an SR-R4 to protect the connector.
b REC (record) indicator
The indicator is lit red while the recorder is recording.
You can slide the cover to hide the indicator.
j Cable clamp screw holes
Can be used to attach the supplied cable clamp.
There are also screw holes on the upper surface on the left
panel side.
c GENLOCK IN (external sync signal input)
connector (BNC type)
Connects to an external sync signal (HD 3-level sync) or
HD-SDI signal for camera synchronization.
The sync signal is selected in the VF menu.
d SHUTTER (external shutter) connector
It is not used in this version.
e HD-Y OUT connector
Outputs the Y-signal for the HD analog component signal.
Used to synchronize external analog equipment.
f SDI OUT1 (SDI output 1) connector (BNC type)
Outputs an HD-SDI signal for connection to a monitor.
g REMOTE connector (8-pin)
It is not used in this version.
h DC IN (DC power input) indicator
A 10.5 V to 17 V indicator and 20 V to 30 V indicator are
provided. When the CAM POWER switch is turned ON,
the corresponding indicator lights up according to the
voltage of the power source.
Locations and Functions of Parts
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Installation and
Preparations
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
2-1 Mounting the SR-R4
2
• When mounting the SR-R4, fix the camera head on a
tripod in advance to keep the camera head stable.
For tripod mounting, see “2-5 Mounting the Camera on
a Tripod” (page 21).
The SR-R4 docks on the rear of the camera head.
For details about mounting the SR-R4, refer to the
Operation Manual of the SR-R4.
SR-R4
Notes
• Always turn off the camera power supply when
mounting the SR-R4.
• The recorder connector for connecting the SR-R4 is an
optical connector. Attach the connector cap on the
optical connector when not connected to an SR-R4 to
protect the connector. After removing the cap, store it in
the position shown in the following figure for
safekeeping.
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Chapter
Mounting the SR-R4
• When the camera is used with the SR-R4 docked, make
sure that the camera is securely fixed and stable so that it
will not fall over.
4
Align the notch on the filter mount with the protrusion
on the filter holder, insert the mounting tool onto the
filter mount, and then turn clockwise until it clicks into
place.
5
Pull the mounting tool straight off.
2-2 Attaching a Filter
You can mount commercially available gel filters in the
supplied filter holder and then attach them to the camera if
you wish to use an ND filter in F65RAW-HFR mode or
wish to use a filter other than those built into the camera.
Recommended filter: Fujifilm neutral density filters
Place the filter template (metallic disc) on the gel filter,
then trim the filter around the edge of the filter
template.
2
Remove the ring from the filter holder, place the filter
on the ring, and then attach the holder.
The mounting tool separates from the camera, and the
filter is mounted in place.
Filter holder
Filter
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
1
To remove the filter
1
Ring
Align the protrusion on the mounting tool with the
notch on the filter holder, then press the tool onto the
filter mount.
Press the tool until it clicks into place.
3
Align the protrusion on the mounting tool with the
notch on the filter holder, then insert the holder into the
tool.
2
Rotate the mounting tool counterclockwise, then lift
the tool off the camera.
The filter holder is removed with the mounting tool.
Attaching a Filter
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2-3 Attaching a Lens
Attach a lens that conforms to the PL lens mount.
Note
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
Always use a lens whose projection from the flange (A in
the figure) is less than 31.5 mm (1 1/4 inch). Use of any lens
that protrudes more than 31.5 mm (1 1/4 inch) will damage
the internal filter.
Lens alignment pin
Changing the position of the lens fixing lever
Remove the four screws from the face of the lens fixing
lever indicated in the figure. Change the position of the
fixing lever, reinsert the screws and securely tighten.
Remove screws
For information on handling lenses, refer to the operation
manual for the lens.
1
Rotate the lens fixing lever counterclockwise and
remove the lens mount cap from the lens mount.
Adjusting the flange focal length
The optical section uses materials not susceptible to
thermal expansion, so flange back adjustment is generally
not required. However, if you want to make an adjustment,
remove the lens mount and replace the shim with one of the
appropriate thickness. At shipment, a 0.05 mm
(0.0020 inch) shim is installed. The following replacement
shims are available.
Lens fixing lever
2
3
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Align the lens’ alignment pin with the notch in the
upper part of the lens mount and insert the lens into the
mount.
While supporting the lens, rotate the lens fixing lever
clockwise to secure the lens.
Attaching a Lens
For information about replacing shims, consult your local
Sony representative.
Part number
Thickness
4-260-711-03
0.02 mm (0.0008 inch)
4-260-711-13
0.03 mm (0.0012 inch)
4-260-711-23
0.04 mm (0.0016 inch)
4-260-711-33 (standard)
0.05 mm (0.0020 inch)
4-260-711-43
0.06 mm (0.0024 inch)
4-260-711-53
0.07 mm (0.0028 inch)
4-260-711-63
0.08 mm (0.0032 inch)
4-260-711-73
0.09 mm (0.0036 inch)
4-260-711-83
0.10 mm (0.0040 inch)
To change a shim
Shim alignment pins
Note
Exercise care not to damage the internal wiring of the
camera when changing the shim. Modifying a shim,
scratching a surface, or introducing dust can change the
flange back distance and damage the camera such that it
cannot be restored to original condition, just as for a film
camera.
1
Remove the lens mount screws (6).
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
Lens mount screws
4
2
Reattach the lens mount in its original position, and
fasten the screws to a torque of 0.53 N·m (0.39 lbf).
Pull the lens mount out by about 10 mm (13/32 inch)
and remove the shim carefully.
Pass the shim slit over the wiring, taking care not to
pull the wiring, when removing the shim.
Note
Pulling the lens mount out by more than 20 mm
(3/4 inch) risks damage to the internal wiring.
3
Insert the replacement shim using the shim slit to clear
the wiring, and align the camera screw holes and shim
alignment pins.
Attaching a Lens
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3
Slide the viewfinder mounting plate forward/backward
into position, and then turn the lever to lock it into
position.
4
Fit the viewfinder to the viewfinder shoe and slide the
viewfinder horizontally.
2-4 Attaching a
Viewfinder
Caution
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
When the viewfinder is attached, do not leave the camera
with the eyepiece facing the sun. Direct sunlight can enter
through the eyepiece, be focused in the viewfinder and
cause fire.
For details on the viewfinder, refer to the instruction
manual of the viewfinder.
1
Pass the viewfinder mounting plate over the two rods.
Viewfinder mounting plate
The viewfinder stopper automatically pops down.
Stopper
2
Slide the slide panel left/right into position, and then
turn the lever on the rear of the slide panel to lock it
into position.
5
Set the viewfinder to the most convenient position,
tighten the viewfinder positioning ring (1 in the
figure below), and connect the viewfinder cable to the
VF connector of the camera (2 in the figure below).
Slide panel
To detach the viewfinder
Loosen the viewfinder positioning ring, pull up the
viewfinder stopper, then pull out the viewfinder by sliding
it in the direction opposite than when attaching.
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Attaching a Viewfinder
2-5 Mounting the Camera
on a Tripod
2-6 Mounting the
CBK-WA01
The camera mounts on a tripod using two 3/8" tripod
receptacles that fit into the base of the camera head.
A CBK-WA01 Wi-Fi Adapter can be mounted on the
camera using an optional Wi-Fi mounting bracket (part
number: 4-418-596-01) for connecting Wi-Fi capable
devices to the camera.
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
For details about mounting on a tripod, refer to the
operation manual of the tripod.
For information about obtaining the Wi-Fi mounting
bracket, consult your local Sony representative.
1
Attach the Wi-Fi mounting bracket onto the camera
using the supplied +B3 × 5 screws.
M3 × 5 (+B3 × 5 screws) (supplied)
Tripod receptacles
Notes
• Select an appropriate hole, considering the balance of the
weight of the camera. If an inappropriate hole is selected,
the camera may fall over.
• Check that the size of the selected hole matches that of
the screw of the tripod. If they do not match, the camera
cannot be attached to the tripod securely.
2
Place the protrusions on the rear of the CBK-WA01
into the holes in the mounting bracket, and fasten the
screw to secure the CBK-WA01 to the bracket.
Mounting the Camera on a Tripod / Mounting the CBK-WA01
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3
Connect the CBK-WA01 cable to a USB connector on
the camera. Wrap excess cable length around the cable
holder.
Cable holder
2-7 Preparing the Power
Supply
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
This camera operates at 12 V DC (10.5 V to 17 V).
To supply power to the camera, attach the supplied 8-pin
power cable connector to a commercially available
shielded cable, and then connect the cable to the DC IN
connector (LEMO 8-pin) on the camera.
For details on connector pin assignments, see “Connector
Pin Assignments” (page 63) in the Appendix. For details
on the pin connections, consult your local Sony
representative.
Notes
• Use of a power supply with 150 W or higher supply
capacity is recommended to safely drive the camera. The
specifications for the power supply cable should be
chosen such that the voltage drop is less than 2 V.
Example: If a 5-meter (16 ft 5 in.) AWG 18 × 3 cable is
used to supply the camera and SR-R4, the voltage drop
will be 0.5 to 1.0 V.
• If using the camera’s 24 V DC output to drive
peripherals, 12 V DC and 24 V DC power supplies must
be connected to the camera via the DC IN connector
(LEMO 8-pin) of the power cable (supplied).
• When using the SR-R4 docked on the camera, the
connection of a 13 V to 17 V DC power source is
recommended.
To turn on the camera
Set the CAM POWER switch to the ON position, and the
camera is turned on.
Power is also supplied to viewfinder connected to the VF
connector.
12 V or 24 V power can be fed to accessories via the DC
OUT connectors. To supply 24 V power to accessories,
12 V and 24 V DC input power supplies must be connected
via the DC IN connector of the camera.
For the pin assignment for the 24 V power supply DC IN
connector, see “Connector Pin Assignments” (page 63) in
the Appendix.
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Preparing the Power Supply
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2-8 Setting the Date and
Time
1
Turn on the camera power supply.
2
Press the VF MENU button.
The menu appears in the viewfinder.
Turning the MENU SEL/ENTER dial moves to the
next digit. Select the day, then press the MENU SEL/
ENTER dial to confirm the setting.
7
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select Time, then
press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The time becomes editable.
8
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to set the time, then
press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
9
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select Date Type,
then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Chapter 2 Installation and Preparations
When the camera is used for the first time, the menu for
setting the date and time is displayed in the viewfinder. Set
the current date and time on the <Date/Hour Meter> page
in the Config menu.
To set the menu using a monitor screen, connect a monitor
to an SDI OUT connector.
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to set the date (year,
month, day).
10 Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the date
format, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
You can select one of the following display formats.
Setting
Example display (18th December, 2011)
Y/Mn/D
2011/12/18
Mn/D
12/18
11 When finished, press the VF MENU button to exit
3
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select Config,
then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
4
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select Date/Hour
Meter, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
menu operation.
The <Date/Hour Meter> page appears.
5
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select Date, then
press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The date becomes editable.
Setting the Date and Time
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Basic Adjustments and
Settings
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
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3-1 Basic Operation of
the Camera
The camera operates in cine mode which records video
without processing, on the presumption color grading is
performed in post-production, while applying basic color
grading to the VF and SDI outputs.
Cine mode
• Shoots images with a fixed camera gain, and sensitivity
specified using a light meter.
• Sensitivity can be selected from 200EI, 250EI, 320EI,
400EI, 500EI, 640EI, 800EI, 1000EI, 1250EI, 1600EI,
2000EI, 2500EI, and 3200EI.
• In post-production, the gain can be set to the sensitivity
selected during shooting.
• In intensified sensitivity shooting (e.g. 1600EI), the gain
is automatically adjusted in response to the selected
sensitivity for the VF/SDI/HD-Y outputs, even though
the master video output darkens, to maintain appropriate
monitoring levels.
• The Master Gain, Black R/G/B/M, White R/G/B, and
Gamma R/G/B/M adjustment functions for master video
output are fixed at factory default values.
• In HD mode, the video gamma can be set to S-Log2 or
selected from user gammas.
• Video adjustment using ASC CDL is supported for the
VF/SDI/HD-Y outputs. The adjustments are recorded as
metadata together with the video for each frame. The
video adjustments made during shooting can be
recreated in post production by applying the metadata
values to the video.
• The full latitude does not change when the sensitivity
setting is changed, but the dynamic range and noise floor
changes in post-production with suitable processing.
When the sensitivity is set high, the dynamic range
increases on one hand, while the noise in dark areas also
increases. Conversely, when the sensitivity is set low, the
dynamic range decreases but the noise in the dark areas
also decreases.
Basic Operation of the Camera
Chapter
3
The white balance can be set to 3200K (tungsten), 4300K
(tungsten), or 5500K (daylight).
The camera supports HD mode recording, where images
are down-converted to HD internally and recorded on the
SR-R4. The recording format can be selected between HD
mode and F65RAW mode.
3-2 Camera Settings
3-3 Basic Settings using
the Subdisplay
The camera can be configured from the following devices.
For details about settings on the subdisplay, see “3-3 Basic
Settings using the Subdisplay” (page 25). For details about
the subdisplay menu list, see “4-1 Subdisplay Menu List”
(page 40).
Basic settings of the camera can be easily performed using
the subdisplay. The items set on the subdisplay can also be
set using the VF menu.
3-3-1 Basic Operation of the
Subdisplay
The buttons and dial shown below are used for operation of
the subdisplay.
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
Subdisplay
You perform the basic setup configuration using the
subdisplay on the side of the camera head.
The basic settings (settings page) is displayed on the
subdisplay when power is applied to the camera. Press and
hold the SETTING button for 1 second or longer to switch
to Settings Change mode. The MENU SEL/ENTER dial,
SETTING button and BACK button are used for Settings
Change mode operation.
Side panel of the camera head
Viewfinder or monitor
Detailed settings can be performed by displaying the menu
(VF menu) in the viewfinder or on a monitor connected to
an SDI OUT connector.
Press the VF MENU button on the side of the camera to
display the VF menu in the viewfinder or on a monitor. The
VF MENU button, MENU SEL/ENTER dial, and BACK
button are used for VF menu operation.
Subdisplay
SETTING button
PAGE button
BACK button
MENU SEL/ENTER dial
For details about VF menu operations, see “3-4 VF Menu
Basic Operation” (page 33). For details about the VF
menu list, see “4-2 VF Menu List” (page 42).
Web browser
If the camera is connected to a network, the menus can be
displayed in a web browser on a computer. The settings
displayed are almost identical to the display in the
viewfinder or on a monitor.
To display the settings pages
After the camera is turned on, the startup screen is
displayed on the subdisplay for several seconds, after
which the settings page is displayed.
For details about web browser operations, see “Menu
Operation using a Web Browser” (page 65).
Tablet device
If the camera is used with the optional Wi-Fi adapter
(CBK-WA01), the menus can be displayed on a tablet
device, such as an iPad, via a wireless LAN. The settings
displayed are almost identical to the display in the
viewfinder or on a monitor.
Pressing the PAGE button advances to the next page.
The following items can be set or checked on each settings
page.
Settings page 1
1
For details about tablet device operations, see “Operation
using a Tablet Device” (page 66).
2
3
4
5
6
7
Camera Settings / Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
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1 Video format
2 Shutter value
3 ND filter
4 Sensitivity (EI value)
5 Highlight latitude
6 Color temperature
7 Look-up table (LUT)
Select screen (e.g. shutter value)
Settings page 2
On this screen, turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select
an item. Press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to display the
change screen for the item.
1
2
3
4
Change screen (e.g. shutter value)
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
5
1 Reel number
2 Fan operating mode
3 Voltages
4 Media remaining
5 Timecode
The current value of the setting is displayed at the top right
of the screen. Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select
the value, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The value for the selected item is entered.
Settings page 3
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 ASSIGN button 1
2 ASSIGN button 2
3 ASSIGN button 3
4 ASSIGN button 4
5 Subdisplay brightness
6 Self diagnostics
To cancel a changed setting
Press the BACK button before confirming the changed
setting.
The setting is restored to the original value, and the display
returns to the previous page.
Note
Pressing the VF MENU button enables menu operation in
the viewfinder or on a monitor, and disables operation
using the subdisplay.
Subdisplay when VF MENU button is pressed
To change a setting
Press and hold the SETTING button for 1 second or longer.
The screen changes to Settings Change mode, and the
selected item is displayed in inverse text.
3-3-2 Setting the Video Format
In this mode, the item you want to set is selected by turning
the MENU SEL/ENTER dial. When the item you want to
set is shown in inverse text, press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
Where there are multiple configuration items, the select
screen is displayed.
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Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
The camera supports the following video format settings.
F65RAW mode:
23.98p, 24p, 29.97p, 25p, 50p, 59.94p, S59.94p
(23.98p), S59.94p (29.97p), S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:4:4 RGB):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p, 25p, S59.94p (23.98p), S59.94p
(29.97p), S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:2:2 YCbCr):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p, 25p, 50p, 59.94p, S59.94p
(23.98p), S59.94p (29.97p), S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
F65RAW-HFR mode:
23.98pForPB, 29.97pForPB, 24pForPB, 25pForPB,
S119.88p (23.98p), S119.88p (29.97p), S120p (24p),
S120p (25p)
The mode can be switched between F65RAW mode, HD
mode, and F65RAW-HFR mode on the <System Format>
page in the VF menu.
For details, see “3-5 Setting the Shooting Mode” (page
35).
Note
It is recommended that the power be turned off and back
on again after changing the video format.
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SDI OUT connector
output
S59.94p
59.94i
59.94i
S60p
60i
60i
3-3-3 Setting the Shutter Value
The shutter of the camera can be viewed and adjusted, with
settings displayed as shutter angles, just as for a film
camera. Two operation methods are available for the
adjustment: stepwise and continuous.
Step mode
Frequently-used shutter angle values can be selected,
enabling step selection of the shutter values.
Select the video format on settings page 1, then press
the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Step No.
Shutter angle
1
360.0a)
Settings page 1
2
270.0a)
3
180.0
4
172.8
5
150.0
6
144.0
7
90.0
8
45.0
9
22.5
10
11.2
Video format
2
VF connector
output
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the video
format, and press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
Changing the video format
Camera image
a) Selectable for the electronic shutter only.
The corresponding shutter speeds vary according to the
frame frequency and frame rate of the selected video
format.
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <System Format> page in the Camera menu
(page 43).
VF and SDI OUT connectors output format
Setting the camera main video format automatically
determines the signal format that is output on the VF and
SDI OUT connectors.
Camera image
VF connector
output
SDI OUT connector
output
23.98p
23.98PsF
23.98PsF
29.97p
29.97PsF
29.97PsF
24p
24PsF
24PsF
25p
25PsF
25PsF
59.94p
59.94i
59.94i
Continuous mode (ECS)
The shutter value can be changed smoothly in continuous
mode in the range 4.2° to 360.0° (electronic shutter) or
11.2° to 180.0° (mechanical rotary shutter).
To obtain your desired shutter value quickly, select a value
nearest your desired one in Step mode, then switch to
Continuous mode and adjust the shutter value.
Changing the shutter value in Step mode
In Step mode, one of the registered shutter values can be
selected.
1
Select the shutter value on settings page 1, then press
the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
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Settings page 1
Shutter value
3
2
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
3
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the shutter
value.
Select [Step], then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the shutter
value.
You do not need to press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to
set a value. The shutter value changes are reflected on the
camera as the MENU SEL/ENTER dial is turned. Pressing
the BACK button cancels the shutter setting, and restores
the previous value.
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <Shutter/FPS> page in the Camera menu (page
43).
Pressing the MENU SEL/ENTER dial confirms the
setting, and reflects the changed value on the camera.
Pressing the BACK button cancels the shutter setting, and
restores the previous value.
When not using the shutter
Press the E. button or M. button, whichever is lit, on the
SHUTTER button for one second or longer. The shutter
switches off and the light on both SHUTTER buttons go
out.
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <Shutter/FPS> page in the Camera menu (page
43).
M. button
E. button
Selecting an arbitrary shutter value
In Continuous mode, an arbitrary shutter value can be set.
1
Select the shutter value on settings page 1, then press
the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Settings page 1
Shutter value
3-3-4 Selecting an ND Filter
2
28
Select [Continuous], then press the MENU SEL/
ENTER dial.
Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
The camera has built-in optical ND filters that can be used
to match the illumination and natural lighting conditions.
The following filters can be selected in F65RAW mode or
HD mode. In F65RAW-HFR mode, the filter is fixed to
Clear.
Filter density
Description
Clear
No filter is used.
0.9
1/8 optical transmittance
2
Filter density
Description
1.2
1/16 optical transmittance
1.5
1/32 optical transmittance
1.8
1/64 optical transmittance
1
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the EI
value, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Select the ND filter on settings page 1, and press the
MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Settings page 1
ND filter
To set using the VF menu
Set the Exposure Index on the <Base Setting> page in the
Camera menu (page 43).
2
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the ND
filter, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
To set using the VF menu
Set the ND Filter on the <Base Setting> page in the
Camera menu (page 43).
3-3-5 Setting the Sensitivity (EI
Value)
The sensitivity is determined by the EI value (Exposure
Index). The viewfinder and monitor image brightness
changes to match the EI value. But it has no affect on the
recorded image.
The camera supports the following sensitivity settings:
200EI, 250EI, 320EI, 400EI, 500EI, 640EI, 800EI,
1000EI, 1250EI, 1600EI, 2000EI, 2500EI, and 3200EI.
1
Select the sensitivity on settings page 1, then press the
MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
3-3-6 Checking the Highlight
Latitude
The highlight latitude can be checked on settings page 1 on
the subdisplay.
The latitude is automatically assigned one of the following
values, depending on the sensitivity setting.
Sensitivity (EI value)
Latitude
200EI
4.0E
250EI
4.4E
320EI
4.7E
400EI
5.0E
500EI
5.4E
640EI
5.7E
800EI
6.0E
1000EI
6.4E
1250EI
6.7E
1600EI
7.0E
2000EI
7.4E
2500EI
7.7E
3200EI
8.0E
The value is displayed in “xxE” format and represents the
highlight latitude displayed as a lens aperture value (fstop) for key light from a gray chart with 18% reflectivity.
Settings page 1
Settings page 1
Highlight latitude
Sensitivity
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3-3-7 Setting the Color Temperature
The color temperature can be set to 3200K (tungsten),
4300K (tungsten), or 5500K (daylight) to match the
shooting environment.
1
Setting
Description
HG8009G40
Outputs a signal using hypergamma
with 800% dynamic range, 109%
white limit, and 40% video output for
18% gray card reflection.
HG8009G33
Outputs a signal using hypergamma
with 800% dynamic range, 109%
white limit, and 33% video output for
18% gray card reflection.
[User1] to [User5]
You can select an imported LUT, from
up to five created using CVP File
Editor, belonging to the group
selected on the <LUT FILE> page in
the VF menu.
Select the color temperature on settings page 1, then
press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Settings page 1
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Color temperature
2
Select the monitor look-up table on settings page 1,
then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Settings page 1
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the color
temperature, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
LUT
2
To set using the VF menu
Set the Color Temperature on the <Base Setting> page in
the Camera menu (page 43).
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the lookup table to apply, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
3-3-8 Setting the SDI OUT Output
LUT
The image output from the SDI OUT connectors is
configured using a Look-up table (LUT). The images shot
with the camera are intended for processing in postproduction, and are not suitable for checking the results of
shooting as-is on the scene. Setting a LUT changes the
tone of the image displayed on a monitor connected to an
SDI OUT connector, without affecting the main RAW
image output, for ease of monitoring.
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Setting
Description
Off
No LUT is configured.
709(800%) (default)
Outputs a signal that extends the
dynamic range by up to 800% in
video terms based on ITU-R709 with
conventional monitor gamma.
S-Log2
Outputs a non-adjustable signal that
uses S-Log gamma. Up to 1300%
input light level can be reproduced.
Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <LUT> page in the VF/SDI menu (page 45).
3-3-9 Selecting the Fan Operating
Mode
You can set the operating mode of the camera’s built-in
fans. The mode can be set to silence the fan speed noise or
to provided maximum cooling to suit the shooting
environment. You can select one of the following operating
modes.
Setting
Fan operation
3-3-10 Checking the Voltage
Auto1
The fans are automatically controlled
according to the internal temperature,
regardless of whether recording or not.
The voltage of the power supplies connected to the camera
can be checked on settings page 2 on the subdisplay.
Auto2 (default)
The fans are automatically controlled
according to the internal temperature.
When recording, the fans are controlled
to maintain quiet operation.a)
In this mode, quiet fan operation is
maintained regardless of whether
recording or not. This is the best mode if
recording for more than 30 minutes in a
quiet environment, such as a concert
hall. Use this mode in environments with
ambient temperature of less than 30°C
(86°F).
Max
Fan rotation set at the maximum speed
to lower the internal temperature.
a) The coupling of the fan control with recording is available only when an
SR-R4 is docked on the camera.
Note
Voltages
The voltage of the 24 V supply is displayed on the left, and
the voltage of the 12 V supply on the right. If power is not
supplied, “- -” is displayed.
If the voltage falls to the Near End level, the voltage
indicator starts flashing. If the voltage falls to the End
level, the indicator starts flashing rapidly.
Even when Min mode is selected, the speed of the fans
automatically increases if the internal temperature rises.
The voltage Near End and End levels can be set on the
<Battery Alarm> page in the Config menu (page 48).
1
For details, see “3-7-3 Setting the Voltage Warning
Values” (page 38).
Select the fan operating mode on settings page 2, then
press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
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Min
Settings page 2
Settings page 2
Fan operating mode
3-3-11 Checking the Remaining
Media
When the SR-R4 recorder is docked with the camera, an
estimate of the remaining recording time (in minutes) on
the memory card can be checked on settings page 2 on the
subdisplay.
2
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the
operating mode, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <Fan Mode> page in the Config menu (page 48).
Settings page 2
Media remaining
3-3-12 Checking the Timecode
When the SR-R4 recorder is docked with the camera, the
SR-R4 timecode can be checked on settings page 2 on the
subdisplay.
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Settings page 2
Menu indication
Function
Mag Position
Selects the position of the image that
is magnified by the Mag function.
There are nine points on the screen
that can act as the center point of the
magnified image. This function sets
the position of the magnified image as
an area centered on one of these
points. Each time the button is
pressed, the area moves one position
from top left to bottom right. When the
display is magnified, the ASSIGN
button allocated with the Mag Position
function is lit.
Hi/Lo Key
Temporarily changes LUT for checking
the high-luminance brightness and
low-luminance darkness of the image
in the viewfinder and from the SDI
OUT connectors. The button toggles
between high-luminance check (gain
reduction), low-luminance check (gain
amplification), and normal.
The display returns to normal after
about 30 seconds.
Fan Mode
Switches the fan operating mode.
For details on the fan operating mode,
see “3-3-9 Selecting the Fan
Operating Mode” (page 30).
Rec Review
Plays the video just recorded.
The playback interval (all or the last
five seconds) follows the setting in the
SR-R4 menu.
Bars
Outputs color bars.
Can be assigned to ASSIGN 4 only.
Timecode
Time code display types
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
Indication
Meaning
TCG 00:00:00:00
Time code generator’s time code data.
DF or NDF is displayed, depending on
the time code type.
TCR 00:00:00:00
LTC or VITC reader time code data. LTC
or VITC is displayed on the right. Also,
DF or NDF is displayed, depending on
the time code type.
UBG 00 00 00 00 Time code generator’s user bit data.
UBR 00 00 00 00
LTC or VITC reader user bit data. LTC or
VITC is displayed on the right.
TM1 00:00:00:00
Timer1 timer value.
TM2 00:00:00:00
Timer2 timer value.
3-3-13 Assigning Functions to the
ASSIGN Buttons
Separate functions can be assigned to each of the ASSIGN
buttons 1 to 4 on the side of the camera body.
The following functions are assigned to the buttons by
factory default.
Button
Function
ASSIGN 1
Mag
ASSIGN 2
Mag Position
ASSIGN 3
Hi/Lo Key
ASSIGN 4
Rec Review
1
Select AS1 to AS4 for the button you wish to assign on
settings page 3, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
Settings page 3
ASSIGN buttons
Functions that can be allocated to the ASSIGN
buttons
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Menu indication
Function
OFF
No function is allocated.
Mag
Displays a magnified image in the
viewfinder and on the SDI OUT
connectors.
Each time the button is pressed, the
magnification changes between 2times, 4-times, and Off. When the
magnification is 2-times or 4-times, the
ASSIGN button allocated with the Mag
function is lit.
The display returns to normal after
about 30 seconds.
Basic Settings using the Subdisplay
2
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the
function to assign, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
To set using the VF menu
Set on the <Switch Assign> page in the Config menu (page
48).
3-3-14 Adjusting the Subdisplay
Brightness
The brightness of the subdisplay can be adjusted to one of
four levels.
1
Select Brightness on settings page 3, then press the
MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Settings page 3
3-4 VF Menu Basic
Operation
Detailed settings that cannot be configured on the
subdisplay are set in the VF menu displayed in the
viewfinder or on a monitor.
The VF MENU button, MENU SEL/ENTER dial, and
BACK button on the side panel of the camera head are used
to operate the VF menus.
The MENU SEL/ENTER dial has a knob that you turn to
select items (MENU SEL) and a button you press to
confirm values for items (ENTER).
Chapter 3 Basic Adjustments and Settings
Side panel of the camera head
VF MENU button
Subdisplay
Brightness
2
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to adjust the
brightness, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
BACK button
The higher the value, the brighter the subdisplay.
MENU SEL/ENTER dial
While the subdisplay is in Change mode, menu operations
in the viewfinder or on a monitor cannot be performed.
For more information about settings on the subdisplay, see
“3-3 Basic Settings using the Subdisplay” (page 25).
3-3-15 Checking the Self-Diagnostic
Results
The results of self-diagnostics can be checked on settings
page 3. If an internal error occurs, a warning or error
message is displayed.
For details about messages, see “Warning/Error
Messages” (page 56).
To display the settings screen
1
Press the VF MENU button.
The top menu screen appears. Categories are displayed
on the left, and pages contained within that category
are displayed on the right.
Top menu screen
Category name
Page name
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2
Screen Example (List)
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select a category,
then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The page select screen appears. Items within the
selected page and the current values of those items are
displayed. You can check the items and their values on
each page by turning the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
Pressing the BACK button returns to the top menu
screen.
Page select screen
1 2
3
4
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1 Category icon
2 Category name
3 Page name
4 Configuration item
5 Current value
3
Screen Example (Spin box)
5
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select a page,
then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The settings screen appears. Pressing the BACK
button returns to the Page select screen.
Settings screen
3
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select a value for
the item.
To cancel a setting
Pressing the BACK button while the operating screen
is displayed cancels the operation and restores the
current value.
4
Press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to confirm the
setting.
To enter a character string
You use a keyboard displayed on the screen to enter file
names, passwords, and other text.
To change a setting
1
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to move to the
desired item.
2
Press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial.
The list or spin box corresponding to the selected item
is displayed.
The string is displayed in the upper text box as you enter
each character.
Turn the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to select the Done
button, then press the MENU SEL/ENTER dial to confirm
the entered character string.
To exit the menu
Press the VF MENU button.
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VF Menu Basic Operation
3-5 Setting the Shooting
Mode
The shooting mode can be set to RAW mode or HD mode.
You select the mode on the <System Format> page of the
Camera menu (page 43). You can also set the frame rate
and the encoding on the <System Format> page.
<System Format> page
Bit Depth
Displays the number of recording bits. “10bit” or “12bit”
is automatically displayed according to the Encode setting.
When Encode is set to Lite or SQ, 10-bit recording is
selected. When set to HQ, 12-bit recording is selected.
Encode
Selects the recording mode.
In F65RAW mode, “F65RAW-SQ” or “F65RAW-Lite”
can be selected.
In HD mode, “SR-HQ” or “SR-SQ” can be selected when
Signal Mode is set to 4:4:4 RGB, and “SR-SQ” or “SRLite” can be selected when Signal Mode is set to 4:2:2
YcbCr.
Not configurable in F65RAW-HFR mode.
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To enable a setting
RAW/HD
Selects the shooting mode.
F65RAW: Records 16-bit linear RAW data.
HD: Develops RAW data to HD internally, and records
HD data.
F65RAW-HFR: 16-bit linear RAW data recorded at
120 fps (max.).
1
Select each parameter on the <System Format> page,
select Set, and then press the MENU SEL/ENTER
dial.
2
After confirming the setting in the confirmation
dialog, select Execute, then press the MENU SEL/
ENTER dial.
The settings are reflected on the camera.
Note
• If a frame rate setting with “ForPB” is set for Frame
Rate, color bars are displayed when the camera is
powered-on and the camera switches to video when
you start playback.
• In F65RAW-HFR mode, switching quickly from
playback to stop and back to playback may display
color bars during playback or may not display color
bars when stopped. In this case, stopping and
starting playback restores normal operation.
• The viewfinder display cannot be magnified when
playing back in F65RAW-HFR mode.
Frame Rate
Selects the frame rate. The frame rates that can be selected
vary depending on the RAW/HD mode selection. For
details about the frame rates that can be selected, see “3-32 Setting the Video Format” (page 26).
Signal Mode
Selects the signal format in HD mode. 4:4:4 RGB or 4:2:2
YCbCr can be selected.
Configurable in HD mode only.
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3-6 Setting the Output
Signal
3-6-1 Selecting the Output Video
Signal
The type of video signals to be output on the SDI OUT and
VF connectors can be selected. The settings are common
to each connector.
You select the signal on the <Signal Setting> page in the
VF/SDI menu (page 45).
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Output signal when connected to SR-R4
The SR-R4 playback image is automatically output when
playback is started on the SR-R4. When playback is
stopped on the SR-R4, the output reverts to the camera
image.
<Signal Setting> page
3-7 Viewing and Setting
the Viewfinder Display
Besides the video image, the viewfinder can display text
and messages showing the camera settings and operation
status.
The same information can be displayed on a monitor
connected to the SDI OUT connector.
3-7-1 Viewing the Basic Status
Display
The following status information is displayed in the
viewfinder when you press the VF DISPLAY button.
The display status can be specified on the <Status1> and
<Status2> pages in the Display Info menu (page 46).
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
qa
Effective Area
Selects the output image.
4096:2160: Outputs the entire recorded image.
3840:2160: Outputs an image with 16:9 aspect ratio.
Anamorphic Unsqueeze x2: Outputs an undistorted
image, with surplus areas, when using a 2x
anamorphic lens.
Color
Selects the output channel.
Color: Outputs all RGB channels.
R: Outputs the R channel only.
G: Outputs the G channel only.
B: Outputs the B channel only.
Scan Type
Selects whether to output images for reduced distortion of
fast-moving subjects when Frame Rate is set to 50p or
higher.
Interlace: Interlaced output at normal settings.
Frame Drop: Outputs signal with dropped frames to
reduce the distortion of fast-moving subjects when
Frame Rate is set to 50p or higher. Some motion
smoothness is sacrificed in return for reduced
distortion.
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Setting the Output Signal / Viewing and Setting the Viewfinder Display
8
9
0
a Frame rate
Displays the current frame rate.
b Shutter angle
Displays the shutter value as a shutter angle.
When using an electronic shutter, “E” is displayed before
the angle. When using a mechanical rotary shutter, “R” is
displayed.
c ND filter
Displays the type of ND filter currently selected.
d Sensitivity
Displays the currently set sensitivity as an EI value.
e Highlight latitude
Displays the latitude for highlights relative to an 18% gray
chart.
f Color temperature filter mode
Indicates the state of the electrical filter.
g Look-up table (LUT)
Displays the file name of the look-up table currently
selected.
h Recording status indicator
Displays “z” when the SR-R4 docked on the camera is
recording.
i Media remaining
Displays the approximate number of minutes remaining
for the recording media in the SR-R4 docked on the
camera.
k Message area
Displays a warning/error message if an error occurs. The
error details are also displayed in the self diagnostics field
in settings page 3 on the subdisplay.
Setting
[Status/Menu] VF
Sets whether to display status
information in the VF connector
signal.
SDI
Sets whether to display status
information in the SDI OUT
connector signal.
Status Size
Sets the text size for status
information.
[Marker] VF
Sets whether to display markers in
the VF connector signal.
SDI
Sets whether to display markers in
the SDI OUT connector signal.
Color
Sets the display color of markers.
Brightness
Sets the marker display brightness in
the range 1 to 10 (maximum
brightness is 10).
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j Power supply voltages
Displays the state of the output voltages. The output from
DC 24 V OUT is displayed on the left, and DC 12 V OUT
on the right.
The voltage readout begins to flash if the corresponding
input voltage falls to the Near End value specified on the
<Battery Alarm> page in the Config menu. The indicator
flashes more rapidly if the voltage falls to the End value.
Item
Specifying the markers to display
When the marker display is turned On on the <Mix> page,
you select the markers for display on the <Marker> page in
the Display Info menu.
<Marker> page
For details about messages, see “Warning/Error
Messages” (page 56).
3-7-2 Setting the Marker Display
Various markers can be displayed in the viewfinder and on
the monitor.
Turning status/marker display On/Off for
each output
You can set whether to display status information and
markers in the signal output from the VF and SDI OUT
connectors on the <Mix> page in the Display Info menu
(page 46).
The default setting for all markers is “Off.”
Item
Setting
Center Marker
Sets whether to display the center
marker.
Effective
Sets whether to display the effective
pixel area.
Aspect Ratio
Selects the aspect ratio when Effective
is set to On. The following options are
available.
2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.90:1, 1.85:1, 1.78:1,
1.66:1, 1.33:1, Variable
Width
Specifies the width of the effective pixel
area (960 to 1920 pixels) when Aspect
Ratio is set to Variable.
Height
Specifies the height of the effective pixel
area (540 to 1080 pixels) when Aspect
Ratio is set to Variable.
<Mix> page
The default setting is to display status information and
markers in the signals from the VF and SDI OUT
connectors.
Ratio (Variable) Displays the aspect ratio in n.mm:1
format when Aspect Ratio is set to
Variable.
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3-7-3 Setting the Voltage Warning
Values
The Near End and End values used to issue battery voltage
warnings when the supply voltage drops are set on the
<Battery Alarm> page in the Config menu.
Two Near End and End values can be saved, and you can
switch between them as required.
<Battery Alarm> page
Notes
• The magnified display returns to normal 30 seconds after
pressing the ASSIGN button. Also, the display returns to
normal when power is applied and when recording starts.
• If the image is magnified by 4 when using the
Anamorphic Unsqueeze x2 function, the image is
magnified in the vertical dimension by 4, but the
horizontal dimension remains magnified by 2.
When the image is magnified, the following information is
displayed in the viewfinder.
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Item
Setting
DC IN (24V) Type Selects the 24 V system supply settings.
You can set Near End and End
threshold values for both Type1 and
Type2.
Near End
End
Sets the 24 V power supply Near End
value (20.5 V to 30.0 V). The default is
22.2 V.
Sets the 24 V power supply End value
(20.0 V to 24.0 V). The default is 21.6 V.
DC IN (12V) Type Selects the 12 V system supply settings.
You can set Near End and End
threshold values for both Type1 and
Type2.
Near End
Sets the 12 V power supply Near End
value (11.0 V to 17.0 V). The default is
11.1 V.
End
Sets the 12 V power supply End value
(10.5 V to 14.0 V). The default is 10.8 V.
3-7-4 Magnifying the Viewfinder
Display
The image displayed in the viewfinder can be magnified by
assigning the Mag function to an ASSIGN button. The
magnification changes between 2-times, 4-times, and Off
each time the ASSIGN button is pressed.
The position of the magnified image displayed in the
viewfinder can be adjusted by assigning the Mag Position
function to another ASSIGN button. The position of the
magnified image moves one step from top left to bottom
right each time the ASSIGN button is pressed.
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2
Viewing and Setting the Viewfinder Display
a Magnification
When the image is magnified by 2, “Mag x 2” is displayed;
when magnified by 4, “Mag x 4” is displayed.
b Magnification position
Displays the position of the magnified image.
3-8 Restoring the factory
default settings
Settings can be restored to their factory default values by
executing the Gamma File Preset, LUT File Preset, and All
File Preset commands on the <File Preset> page in the File
menu (page 49), and the Preset command on the <Network
Reset> page in the Network menu (page 51).
Execute the All File Preset command after upgrading
software or replacing boards.
<File Preset> page
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Restoring the factory default settings
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Menu Configuration and
Detailed Settings
Chapter
4
4-1 Subdisplay Menu List
This section describes the menu list displayed on the
subdisplay.
Item
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Default
Set or display value
FPS
N/A
S59.98p, S60p:
1 to 60
S119.88p, S120p:
1 to 120
Frame rate
23.98p
F65RAW mode:
23.98p, 24p, 29.97p, 25p, 50p,
59.94p, S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p), S60p (24p),
S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:4:4 RGB):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p, 25p,
S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p), S60p (24p),
S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:2:2 YcbCr):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p, 25p, 50p,
59.94p, S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p), S60p (24p),
S60p (25p)
F65RAW-HFR mode:
23.98pForPB, 29.97pForPB,
24pForPB, 25pForPB,
S119.88p (23.98p),
S119.88p (29.97p),
S120p (24p), S120p (25p)
Electronic shutter
180.0
Step:
11.2, 22.5, 45.0, 90.0, 144.0,
150.0, 172.8, 180.0, 270.0,
360.0
Continuous:
4.2 to 360.0
Mechanical rotary shutter
180.0
Step:
11.2, 22.5, 45.0, 90.0, 144.0,
150.0, 172.8, 180.0
Continuous:
11.2 to 180.0
Remarks
Settings page 1
Video format
Subdisplay Menu List
Cannot be used in F65RAW-HFR
mode.
Item
Default
Set or display value
ND filter
Clear
F65RAW mode, HD mode:
Close: Filter closed (display only)
Clear, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8, Close, Mainte: Maintenance mode, with no
Mainte
filter deployed (display only).
F65RAW-HFR mode:
Switched using the VF menu.
Clear(HFR), Close, Mainte
Remarks
Sensitivity (EI value)
800EI
200EI, 250EI, 320EI, 400EI,
500EI, 640EI, 800EI, 1000EI,
1250EI, 1600EI, 2000EI, 2500EI,
3200EI
Highlight latitude (display only) 6.0E
4.0E, 4.4E, 4.7E, 5.0E, 5.4E,
5.7E, 6.0E, 6.4E, 6.7E, 7.0E,
7.4E, 7.7E, 8.0E
Automatically changes according to the
sensitivity setting.
Color temperature
5500K
3200K, 4300K, 5500K
LUT
709(800%)
Off, 709(800%), S-Log2,
The data name is displayed for [User1]
HG8009G40, HG8009G33,
to [User5]
[User1], [User2], [User3], [User4],
[User5]
N/A
1 to 999, --
Fan operating mode
Auto2
Auto1, Auto2, Min, Max
Voltage (display only)
N/A
0.1 V increments
Displays the voltages of the 12 V and
24 V system power supplies.
Media remaining (display only) N/A
0 to 999min, --min
Displays the remaining recording time
for SR-R4 media.
Timecode (display only)
N/A
TCG, TCR, UBG, UBR, TM1, TM2 Displays the SR-R4 timecode.
ASSIGN button 1
Mag
ASSIGN button 2
Mag Position
Mag, Mag Position, Hi/Lo Key,
Fan Mode, Rec Review, Off
ASSIGN button 3
Hi/Lo Key
ASSIGN button 4
Rec Review
Mag, Mag Position, Hi/Lo Key,
Fan Mode, Rec Review, Bars, Off
Subdisplay brightness
4
1 to 4
Self diagnostics (display only)
N/A
OK, Warning/error message
Settings page 2
Reel number
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Settings page 3
Displays self-diagnostics results. A
message is displayed if an error occurs.
For details, see “Warning/Error
Messages” (page 56).
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4-2 VF Menu List
This section describes the VF menu items displayed in the
viewfinder or on a monitor.
Note
The items displayed in a web browser or on a tablet device
are basically the same as the VF menu, with one exception.
The item not displayed on these devices is noted in the
following table.
The VF menu has the following structure.
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Menu
Setting
Camera
Sets the camera’s basic functions and image recording settings.
VF/SDI
Sets the monitor signal settings for output on the VF and SDI OUT connectors.
Display Info
Sets the display of status information and marker display in the viewfinder and on a monitor.
Config
Sets the ASSIGN buttons, warning voltage values, and cameras settings not related to output image
signals.
File
Restores the menu settings to their factory default values.
Network
Sets wired/wireless LAN networks settings for connecting a camera. Not displayed in web browsers or
on tablet devices.
Diagnosis
Displays self-diagnostics information.
VF Menu List
4-2-1 Camera Menu
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<Base Setting>
Basic settings
Shoot Mode
Cine
Cine
The mode is fixed to Cine mode in this
version.
Color Space
S-Gamut
S-Gamut, F900
Selects the colors reproducibility. It is
fixed to S-Gamut in F65RAW mode.
S-Gamut: This mode enables recording
with wide color space comparable to
film cameras.
F900: This mode enables color
reproduction equivalent to
conventional cameras.
Color Temperature
5500K
3200K, 4300K, 5500K
3200K, 4300K: Tungsten
5500K: Daylight
ND Filter
Clear
F65RAW mode/HD mode:
Clear, 0.9, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8,
Close, Maintenance
F65RAW-HFR mode:
Clear(HFR),
Maintenance
Clear: No filter is used.
0.9: 1/8 optical transmittance
1.2: 1/16 optical transmittance
1.5: 1/32 optical transmittance
1.8: 1/64 optical transmittance
Close: Filter closed (Display only)
Maintenance: Maintenance mode, with
no filter deployed.
Exposure Index
800EI
200EI, 250EI, 320EI,
400EI, 500EI, 640EI,
800EI, 1000EI, 1250EI,
1600EI, 2000EI, 2500EI,
3200EI
Sets the sensitivity as an EI value.
Highlight Latitude
6.0E
Cine mode:
Display only. Display changes in
4.0E, 4.4E, 4.7E, 5.0E, response to sensitivity (page 29).
5.4E, 5.7E, 6.0E, 6.4E,
6.7E, 7.0E, 7.4E, 7.7E,
8.0E
Gamma=User1 to User5:
--
Special
Special, User
Selects the gamma category.
1:S-Log2
1:S-Log2
Fixed S-Log2. Displayed when Gamma
Category is set to Special.
1:709(800%)
[User1] to [User5]
Selects a user-defined gamma file
created using CVP File Editor when
Gamma Category is set to User.
Gamma Category
<Gamma
Setting>
Special
Gamma settings
User
VF Menu List
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
Page
43
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<System
Format>
Signal format
settings
RAW/HD
F65RAW
F65RAW, HD,
F65RAW-HFR
Sets the recording mode.
Frame Rate
23.98p
F65RAW mode:
Sets the frame rate.
23.98p, 24p, 29.97p,
25p, 50p, 59.94p,
S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p),
S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:4:4 RGB):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p,
25p, S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p),
S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
HD mode (4:2:2 YcbCr):
23.98p, 29.97p, 24p,
25p, 50p, 59.94p,
S59.94p (23.98p),
S59.94p (29.97p),
S60p (24p), S60p (25p)
F65RAW-HFR mode:
23.98pForPB,
29.97pForPB,
24pForPB, 25pForPB,
S119.88p (23.98p),
S119.88p (29.97p),
S120p (24p),
S120p (25p)
Signal Mode
4:4:4 RGB
4:4:4 RGB, 4:2:2 YCbCr
Selects the recording signal format in
HD mode.
Bit Depth
10bit
10bit, 12bit
Displays the number of recording bits
(Display only).
Encode
F65RAW-SQ
F65RAW mode:
Selects the recording mode.
F65RAW-SQ,
F65RAW-Lite
HD mode (4:4:4 RGB):
SR-SQ, SR-HQ
HD mode (4:2:2 YcbCr):
SR-SQ, SR-Lite
F65RAW-HFR mode:
F65RAW-HFR (display
only)
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
Page
Set
<Shutter/FPS>
Shutter settings
Shutter
VF Menu List
Execute by Enter.
Electronic, M-Rotary, Off
--
Displays the currently selected shutter.
Degree
180.0
Step
180.0
360.0, 270.0, 180.0, 172.8, Changes the shutter value in step mode.
150.0, 144.0, 90.0, 45.0,
360.0 and 270.0 are available for
electronic shutter only.
22.5, 11.2
Continuous
180.0
4.2 to 360.0 (Electronic)
11.2 to 180.0 (M. Rotary)
Changes the shutter value in continuous
variable mode.
1 to 120 (Electronic)
8 to 60 (M. Rotary)
Sets the number of frames shot per
second when Select FPS format is
selected.
FPS
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-Electronic
--
Displays the shutter angle (4.2 to 360.0).
(Display only)
Page
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<Shutter
Assign>
Shutter step
settings
Step 1
360.0
4.2 to 360.0
Step 2
270.0
Registers the shutter angles for each
step.
Step 3
180.0
Step 4
172.8
Step 5
150.0
Step 6
144.0
Step 7
90.0
Step 8
45.0
Step 9
22.5
Step 10
11.2
--
Execute by Enter.
Adds a shutter step value.
Delete
--
Execute by Enter.
Deletes a shutter step value.
Preset
--
Execute by Enter.
Restores the shutter step values to
factory default values.
Color Bar
Off
On, Off
Turns the output of color bars On/Off.
Test Signal
Off
Off, Saw, Step
Sets the test waveform output.
Default
Settings
Remarks
4096:2160
4096:2160, 3840:2160,
Anamorphic Unsqueeze
x2
Selects the video for output.
Color
Color
Color, R, G, B
Selects the output RGB channels.
Scan Type
Interlace
Interlace, Frame Drop
Selects whether to output video with
reduced distortion of fast-moving
subjects when Frame Rate is set to 50p
or higher.
<VF/SDI Image Image Invert Select Off
Invert>
Image inversion
function settings
Off, Vertical, Horizontal,
Vertical & Horizontal
Selects the type of image inversion.
Off: No image inversion
Vertical: Top to bottom
Horizontal: Left to right
Vertical & Horizontal: Top to bottom and
left to right
<VF/SDI Color
Space>
Color space
settings
S-Gamut:
S-Gamut, ITU-R
BT.709, F900
F900:
ITU-R BT.709, F900
Sets the color space for VF/SDI output.
S-Gamut: Wide color space comparable
with film cameras.
F900: Color space equivalent to
conventional cameras
ITU-R BT709: Color space equivalent to
ITU-R BT709
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
<Bars/Test
Signal>
Color bar and
test signal
settings
Add
4-2-2 VF/SDI Menu
Page
Configuration
item
<Signal Setting> Effective Area
Output signal
settings
Color Space Select S-Gamut
VF Menu List
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Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
Page
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<VF/SDI Tone
Setting>
LUT and ICT
setting
LUT
On
On, Off
Sets whether to apply an LUT.
ICT Select
709(800%)
709(800%), S-Log2,
HG8009G40,
HG8009G33, [User1],
[User2], [User3], [User4],
[User5]
Selects the LUT.
709(800%): Signal with 800% dynamic
range relative to ITU-R709.
S-Log2: Unprocessed signal for post
production color grading. Can
reproduce up to 1300% of the input
level.
HG8009G40: Hypergamma signal with
800% dynamic range, 109% white
limit, and 40% video output 18% gray
card reflection.
HG8009G33: Hypergamma signal with
800% dynamic range, 109% white
limit, and 33% video output 18% gray
card reflection.
[User1] to [User5]: Imported LUT signal
created using CVP File Editor.
<ASC CDL
Setting>
ASC CDL
settings
ASC CDL
Off
On, Off
Adjusts the ASC CDL parameters.
To adjust ASC CDL parameters in HD
mode, set Gamma to S-Log2.
ICT
--
--
Slope
R
1.000
0.000 to 4.000
G
1.000
0.000 to 4.000
B
1.000
Offset
Adjusts the individual R, G, B values of
the ASC CDL slope function.
0.000 to 4.000
--
--
R
0.000
–1.000 to 1.000
G
0.000
–1.000 to 1.000
B
0.000
Power
Displays the LUT selected using ICT
Select.
Adjusts the individual R, G, B values of
the ASC CDL offset function.
–1.000 to 1.000
--
--
Adjusts the individual R, G, B values of
the ASC CDL power function.
R
1.000
0.700 to 1.200
G
1.000
0.700 to 1.200
B
1.000
0.700 to 1.200
1.000
0.000 to 2.000
Adjusts the value of the ASC CDL
saturation function.
Default
Settings
Remarks
Off
On, Off
Selects whether to enable the false color
correction function for blown-out
highlight areas when Gamma is set to
Hi-Key.
Saturation
4-2-3 Display Info Menu
Page
Configuration
item
<Exposure
Highlight Clip
Assist>
Indicator(Hi-Key)
Exposure
assistant
function settings
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VF Menu List
Page
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<Mix>
Status, marker
display settings
[Status/Menu] VF
On
On, Off
Displays the status/menu in the
viewfinder.
SDI
On
On, Off
Displays the status/menu on the monitor.
Status Size
Normal
Normal, Large
Sets the text size for status information.
[Marker] VF
<Status1>
Status indicator
display item
settings
<Marker>
Marker indicator
display item
settings
On, Off
Displays markers in the viewfinder.
On
On, Off
Displays markers on the monitor.
Color
White
White, Yellow, Cyan,
Green, Magenta, Red,
Blue
Sets the display color of markers.
Brightness
7
1 to 10
Adjusts the brightness of the marker
display.
FPS
Off
On, Off
Turns the frame rate display On/Off.
ND Filter
Off
On, Off
Turns the ND filter display On/Off.
Color Temperature
Off
On, Off
Turns the color temperature display On/
Off.
Exposure Index
Off
On, Off
Turns the EI value display On/Off.
Shutter
Off
On, Off
Turns the shutter operation status
display On/Off.
Media Remain
Off
On, Off
Turns the media remaining display On/
Off.
Battery DC IN 12V
Off
On, Off
Turns the 12 V supply voltage display
On/Off.
Battery DC IN 24V
Off
On, Off
Turns the 24V supply voltage display On/
Off.
Message
Off
On, Off
Turns the message display On/Off.
LUT
On
On, Off
Turns the LUT file name display On/Off.
Hi/Lo Key
On
On, Off
Sets whether to enable/disable the Hi/Lo
Key function assigned to an assignable
switch.
Rec
On
On, Off
Turns the recording indicator On/Off.
Center
Off
On, Off
Turns the center marker On/Off.
Effective
Off
On, Off
Turns the effective pixel area marker
display On/Off.
Aspect Ratio
2.39:1
2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.90:1,
1.85:1, 1.78:1, 1.66:1,
1.33:1, Variable
Sets the aspect ratio when Effective is
set to On.
Width
960
960 to 1920
Specifies the width of the effective pixel
area when Aspect Ratio is set to
Variable.
Height
540
540 to 1080
Specifies the height of the effective pixel
area when Aspect Ratio is set to
Variable.
Ratio (Variable)
1.78:1
n.mm:1
Displays “Width/Height:1” ratio when
Aspect Ratio is set to Variable.
VF Menu List
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
<Status2>
Status indicator
display item
settings
On
SDI
47
4-2-4 Config Menu
Page
Configuration
item
<Switch Assign> Assign 1
ASSIGN button
Assign 2
function
assignment
Assign 3
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
<Fan Mode>
Fan operating
mode select
VF Menu List
Settings
Remarks
Mag
Off, Mag, Mag Position,
Hi/Lo Key, Fan Mode,
Rec Review
Off: No function is allocated.
Mag: Displays a magnified image in the
viewfinder and on the SDI OUT
connectors.
Each time the button is pressed, the
magnification changes between 2times, 4-times, and Off. When the
magnification is 2-times or 4-times,
the ASSIGN button allocated with the
Mag function is lit.
Mag Position: Selects the position of the
image that is magnified by the Mag
function.
Each time the button is pressed, the
position moves from top left to
bottom right. When the display is
magnified, the ASSIGN button
allocated with the Mag Position
function is lit.
Hi/Lo Key: Temporarily changes LUT for
checking the high-luminance
brightness and low-luminance
darkness of the image in the
viewfinder and from the SDI OUT
connectors. The button toggles
between high-luminance check (gain
reduction), low-luminance check
(gain amplification), and normal.
Fan Mode: Switches the fan operating
mode. For details on the fan
operating mode, see “3-3-9 Selecting
the Fan Operating Mode” (page 30).
Rec Review: Plays the video just
recorded.
Bars: Outputs color bars.
Mag Position
Hi/Lo Key
Assign 4
Rec Review
Off, Mag, Mag Position,
Hi/Lo Key, Fan Mode,
Rec Review, Bars
Fan Mode
Auto2
Auto1, Auto2, Min, Max
Auto1: Automatic control, according to
the internal temperature.
Auto2: Automatic control, according to
the internal temperature, and
maintains quiet operation when
recording.
Min: Quiet mode, without
synchronization with recording (can
be used at ambient temperatures of
less than 30°C (86°F)).
Max: High-speed mode, fan rotates at
maximum speed.
yyyy/mm/dd
Sets the current date.
<Date/Hour
Date
Meter>
Time
Date/Time
settings and
Hour Meter
accumulated ON
time display
Date Type
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Default
---
hh:mm
Sets the current time.
--
0H to 99999H
Displays the accumulated powered-ON
time since reset from the Service menu.
Y/Mn/D, Mn/D
Selects the date display format.
Y/Mn/D
Page
Configuration
item
Settings
Remarks
<Sync>
Sync signal
settings
Genlock
HD-Y
HD-Y, HD-SDI
Selects the input connector for the
external sync signal. The genlock signal
must be reapplied after modifying this
setting.
HD-Y: HD 3-level sync
HD-SDI: HD-SDI input
Locked, Not Locked,
No Signal
Display only. Locked: Synchronized
successfully.
Not Locked: Not synchronized.
No Signal: There is no input signal.
Type1
Type1, Type2
Selects the 24 V system supply settings.
22.2 V
20.5 V to 30.0 V
Sets the power supply voltage drop
warning level for the 24 V supply.
21.6 V
20.0 V to 24.0 V
Sets the power supply exhausted
warning level for the 24 V supply.
Type1
Type1, Type2
Selects the 12 V system supply settings.
Near End
11.1 V
11.0 V to 17.0 V
Sets the power supply voltage drop
warning level for the 12 V supply.
End
10.8 V
10.5 V to 14.0 V
Sets the power supply exhausted
warning level for the 12 V supply.
Default
Settings
Remarks
Input Signal
Status
<Battery Alarm> DC IN (24V) Type
Supply voltage
Near End
settings
End
DC IN (12V) Type
--
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
Default
4-2-5 File Menu
Page
Configuration
item
<Gamma File>
Gamma file
settings
1
Name
709(800%)
Comment
Preset entry
(Up to 12 characters), --
2
Name
--
Comment
--
(Up to 12 characters), --
3
Name
--
Comment
--
Name
--
Comment
--
Name
--
Comment
--
Import
--
(Up to 12 characters), --
Sets imported user gamma file created
using CVP File Editor.
A preset value of 709(800%) gamma is
stored in configuration item 1 as the
default gamma value. A user gamma file
can be imported, overwriting the preset
value. This value is selected when
Gamma File Preset is executed on the
<File Preset> page.
Importing a gamma file stores all gamma
data within the camera and is userselectable.
4
(Up to 12 characters), --
5
(Up to 12 characters), -Execute by Enter.
Imports gamma file created using CVP
File Editor (up to five) from USB flash
memory or SD memory card.
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49
Page
Configuration
item
Default
<LUT File>
LUT file settings
Group
--
Data
--
Import
Remarks
(Up to 12 characters)
Displays the group name, with the LUT
data settings belonging to the group
displayed in Data.
The group name and LUT data grouping
reflect objects edited using CVP File
Editor.
Displays the names of the imported user
LUTs in a list.
Selecting an item enables the LUT data
settings (up to five) belonging to the
same group for selection using ICT
Select on the <VF/SDI Tone Setting>
page and from the subdisplay of the
camera.
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
Execute by Enter.
Imports LUT files created using CVP File
Editor for up to twenty groups.
Up to five LUT data settings can be
created and imported for each group, for
a total of 100 LUT data settings.
When a LUT data setting is selected, all
LUT data settings within the selected
group are stored in the camera and can
be selected.
<All File>
Import
Configuration file
import/export
--
Execute by Enter.
Imports the settings of all menu
parameters (excluding the following)
from a configuration file.
• All Network menu items
• <Date/Hour Meter> in the Config
menu
• Gamma File and LUT File in the File
menu
Export
--
Execute by Enter.
Exports the settings of all menu
parameters (excluding the following) to a
configuration file.
• All Network menu items
• <Date/Hour Meter> in the Config
menu
• Gamma File and LUT File in the File
menu
--
Execute by Enter.
Deletes all gamma files created using
CVP File Editor, and restores the factory
default setting.
LUT File Preset
--
Execute by Enter.
Deletes all LUT files created using CVP
File Editor, and restores the factory
default setting.
All File Preset
--
Execute by Enter.
Restores all settings (excluding the
following) to the factory default values.
• All Network menu items
• <Date/Hour Meter> in the Config
menu
• Gamma File and LUT File in the File
menu
--
Execute by Enter.
Initializes the media and creates folders
for the F65.
<File Preset>
Gamma File Preset
Restore settings
to factory default
<Media Format> MS/SD Format
Formatting
media
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Settings
VF Menu List
4-2-6 Network Menu
This menu is not displayed in web browsers or on tablet
devices.
Page
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<LAN Setting>
IP address
settings
DHCP
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Sets whether to automatically obtain an
IP address from a DHCP server.
IP Address
192.168.1.1
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 If DHCP is enabled, displays the IP
address obtained from the DHCP server.
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Default Gateway
0.0.0.0
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
<Wi-Fi Setting>
Wi-Fi settings
--
Execute by Enter.
Wi-Fi
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Enables/disables the Wi-Fi settings.
Enable for connection.
Wi-Fi Status
No connectivity
Excellent, Good, Weak,
No connectivity
Displays the communication/connection
status.
SSID
(Blank)
(Blank), String of up to 32
characters
Displays the network name.
Displays the network connection mode.
Network Type
--
Infra, ad-hoc
IP Address
--
Subnet Mask
--
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Displays the value obtained from the
DHCP server.
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Default Gateway
--
0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
Scan Network
--
Execute by Enter.
Scans the network access point.
Connect Manually
--
Execute by Enter.
Used to enter the network access point.
ad-hoc Setting
--
Execute by Enter.
Configures ad-hoc network mode.
SSID
(Blank)
(Blank), String of up to 32
characters
Sets the network name. Displayed only
when Scan Network is executed.
Network Type
Infra
Infra, ad-hoc
Displays the connection mode.
Authentication
WPA2PSK
WPAPSK, WPA2PSK
Sets the network authentication method.
Displayed only when Scan Network is
executed.
Encryption
AES
TKIP, AES
Sets the data encryption method.
Displayed only when Scan Network is
executed.
WEP Key Index
1
1, 2, 3, 4
Selects the WEP key index number
when using ad-hoc mode.
Input Select
ASCII8-63
ASCII8-63, HEX64,
ASCII5, ASCII13, HEX10,
HEX26
Selects the network encryption key
format.
ASCII8-63: 63 characters in 8-bit ASCII
format.
HEX64: 64 digits in hexadecimal format.
ASCII5: 5 characters in ASCII format.
ASCII13: 13 characters in ASCII format.
HEX10: 10 digits in hexadecimal format.
HEX26: 26 digits in hexadecimal format.
ASCII5, ASCII13, HEX10, and HEX26
are valid only in ad-hoc mode.
Key
(Blank)
63-character ASCII or 64digit hexadecimal
Sets the network encryption key.
Set
--
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Set
Execute by Enter.
VF Menu List
51
Page
Configuration
item
Default
Settings
Remarks
<Remote
Setting>
Remote control
settings
Access Password
Disabled
Enabled, Disabled
Sets access permissions for remote
control over a network.
sonyf65
(Blank), String of up to 32
characters
Sets the password for access via a
network.
Execute by Enter.
Resets the network settings.
Settings
Remarks
V X.xx
Displays the version of the system, ICs,
and software.
<Network
Network Settings
Reset>
Network settings
reset
--
4-2-7 Diagnosis Menu
Page
Configuration
item
<Version>
Version
information
display
System
--
Chapter 4 Menu Configuration and Detailed Settings
DIF1 PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF1 CPU
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF2 PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF2 CPU
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF3 PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF3 CPU
--
V X.xxy-yy
DIF_CONF
--
V X.xxy-yy
VDA PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
VDA_CONF
--
V X.xxy-yy
SY PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
SY CPU
--
V X.xxy-yy
AT PLD
--
V X.xxy-yy
AT CPU
--
V X.xxy-yy
--
Execute by Enter.
Updates the system. Consult your local
Sony representative if you need to
update the system.
--
Execute by Enter.
Automatically adjusts the image sensor.
0, 1, 2, 3, 4
Sets the delay of the viewfinder and
HD-Y signals relative to the SDI signal.
Update
<Maintenance>
Maintenance
tasks
52
Default
VF Menu List
APR (Auto Pixel
Restoration)
VF Delay (Clock)
1
Appendix
Metadata
The camera and lens metadata is output on the master
output, and is recorded on the SR-R4. The output metadata
is comprised by metadata in format based on SMPTE
RDD18 and non-realtime metadata in proprietary format.
Slate information entered using the F65Remote
application on a tablet device is output in non-realtime
metadata.
The following metadata items are output.
Appendix
RDD 18 format metadata set
Lens unit metadata set
Item name
Data type
Length (bytes) Local tag
Meaning
Lens Unit
Metadata
Set Key (UL)
16
–
Lens Unit Metadata Set Key.
06.0E.2B.34.02.53.01.01.0C.02.01.01.01.01.00.00
Length
BER Length
4
–
Metadata set length.
Lens Attributes
UTF8 String
Variable
80.07
Lens classification, excluding Cooke /i lens.
Camera unit metadata set
Item name
Data type
Length (bytes) Local tag
Meaning
Camera Unit
Metadata
Set Key (UL)
16
Camera Unit Metadata Set Key.
06.0E.2B.34.02.53.01.01.0C.02.01.01.02.01.00.00
–
Length
BER Length
4
Exposure Index
of Photo Meter
UInt16
2
81.15
–
Setting of the photo meter in ISO exposure index.
Metadata set length.
Neutral Density
Filter Wheel
Setting
UInt16
2
81.03
Transmittance of the built-in optical density (ND)
filter.
Capture Frame
Rate
Rational
8
81.06
Rate at which frames are captured in frames per
second.
Image Sensor
Readout Mode
UInt8
1
81.07
Image sensor readout mode.
Shutter Speed
(Angle)
UInt32
4
81.08
Shutter speed as an angle (measured in minutes).
Metadata
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Item name
Data type
Length (bytes)
Local tag
Meaning
ISO Sensitivity
UInt16
2
81.0B
Sensitivity to light in ISO exposure index.
White Balance
UInt16
2
81.0E
White Balance value defined by the temperature in
Kelvin.
16
32.10
Type of gamma curve applied to the main line video.
Capture Gamma Label
Equation
Gamma for CDL UInt8
1
81.16
Name of the color space that applies ASC CDL.
ASC CDL V1.2
Array of Float16
28
81.17
ASC Color Decision List (V1.2). Contains ten
parameters.
Camera
Attributes
UTF8 String
Variable
81.14
Model name and serial number of the camera.
Local tag
Meaning
Sony F65 camera metadata set
Appendix
Item name
Data type
Length (bytes)
User Defined
Acquisition
Metadata
Set Key (UL)
16
–
User Defined Acquisition Metadata Set Key.
06.0E.2B.34.02.53.01.01. 0C.02.01.01.7F.01.00.00
Length
BER Length
4
–
Sony F65 camera metadata set length.
UDAM Set
Identifier
AUID
16
E0.00
Sony F65 metadata set identifier.
20500000-f0c0-1181-9669-08004678031c
Effective Marker
Coverage
Rational
8
E1.01
Shrink ratio of the effective frame to the payload
picture frame expressed as pixels along the short
edges.
For example, the coverage value for 90% area of
4096 × 2160 is expressed as 1944/2160.
Effective Marker
Aspect Ratio
Rational
8
E1.02
Aspect ratio of the effective frame.
For example, the aspect ratio for 90% area of 4096 ×
2160 is expressed as 3686/1944.
Camera Process Uint16
Discrimination
Code
2
E1.03
For F65 internal use only (F65RAW mode output
only).
Rotary Shutter
Mode
1
E1.04
Mechanical rotary shutter mode.
TRUE: Mechanical rotary shutter is in use.
FALSE: Electronic shutter only is in use or shutter is
off.
Raw Black Code Uint16
Value
2
E1.05
Code value of reference black level (shielded sensor)
(F65RAW mode output only).
Raw Gray Code
Value
Uint16
2
E1.06
Code value of light from 18% reflectance chart at
suitable exposure (F65RAW mode output only).
Raw White Code Uint16
Value
2
E1.07
Code value of light from 90% reflectance chart at
suitable exposure (F65RAW mode output only).
Monitoring
Characteristics
AUID
16
E1.08
16-byte UID indicating the monitoring characteristics.
On the F65, contains the LUT gamma label.
Monitoring
Descriptions
UTF8 String
12
E1.09
Name of LUT applied to the VF/SDI outputs.
Local tag
Meaning
Boolean
Cooke Protocol Lens metadata set
54
Item name
Data type
Length (bytes)
User Defined
Acquisition
Metadata
Set Key (UL)
16
–
User Defined Acquisition Metadata Key
06.0E.2B.34.02.53.01.01.0C.02.01.01.7F.01.00.00
Length
BER Length
4
–
Cooke Protocol Lens metadata set length.
Metadata
Item name
Data type
Length (bytes) Local tag
Meaning
UDAM Set
Identifier
AUID
16
E0.00
Cooke Protocol Lens metadata set identifier.
Cooke Protocol
Calibration Type
UInt8
1
E2.03
Lens data distance unit.
0: mm
1: 0.1 inch
Cooke Protocol Data Stream
Binary Metadata
Variable
E2.01
Lens position data in binary format defined by Cooke
/i protocol.
Cooke Protocol
User Metadata
Data Stream
Variable
E2.02
Cooke /i protocol user data.
Lens Attribute
UTF8 String
Variable
80.07
Lens serial number.
Non-realtime metadata
Data type
Length (bytes) Local tag
Meaning
Set Key (UL)
1
–
Local definition key (01) for the first packet.
Length
4-byte length
4
–
Data length of first packet, excluding the Key and
Length attributes.
Description
UTF8 String
Variable
(128 max.)
01.01
Comment area.
Project
UTF8 String
Variable
(24 max.)
01.02
Name of project.
Director Name
UTF8 String
Variable
(24 max.)
01.03
Name of director.
Director Of
Photography
Name
UTF8 String
Variable
(24 max.)
01.04
Name of director of photography.
Production
UTF8 String
Variable
(24 max.)
01.05
Name of production house.
Slate2 Unit
Metadata
Set Key (UL)
1
Local definition key (02) for the second packet.
Length
4-byte length
4
Data length of second packet, excluding the Key and
Length attributes.
Reel
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.01
Reel number.
Scene
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.02
Scene number.
Cut
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.03
Cut number.
Take
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.04
Take number.
Shot
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.05
Shot number.
Camera Index
UTF8 String
Variable
(8 max.)
02.06
Index used to indentify the camera used for shooting.
Appendix
Item name
Slate1 Unit
Metadata
Metadata
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Warning/Error Messages
If the battery voltage drops or an error is detected when
power is applied or during operation, the corresponding
indicator lights up/flashes and a message appears on the
subdisplay. The error details are displayed in the selfdiagnostics on settings page 3 on the subdisplay and in the
viewfinder.
Warnings and error messages occurring on the SR-R4 are
also displayed in the self-diagnostics field.
Appendix
56
For details about SR-R4 messages, refer to the operation
manual of the SR-R4.
A message prompt is also displayed in the viewfinder/
monitor to execute the APR function if a defect is detected
in the image sensor when the camera powers on or if the
APR function is not executed regularly. If prompted,
execute Automatic Pixel Noise Reduction on the
<Maintenance> page of the Diagnosis menu.
Indicator
Subdisplay
Self diagnostics
field indication
Meaning
REC: Flashing red
12 V power supply
voltage indicator
flashing
12V Battery (Near
End)
The voltage of the 12 V power supply has fallen to the
Near End value setting.
REC: Flashing red
rapidly
12 V power supply
voltage indicator
flashing rapidly
12V Battery (End)
The voltage of the 12 V power supply has fallen to the
End value setting.
REC: Flashing red
24 V power supply
voltage indicator
flashing
24V Battery (Near
End)
The voltage of the 24 V power supply has fallen to the
Near End value setting.
REC: Flashing red
rapidly
24 V power supply
voltage indicator
flashing rapidly
24V Battery (End)
The voltage of the 24 V power supply has fallen to the
End value setting.
REC: Flashing when
synced with SR-R4.
Media remaining
indicator flashing
Media Remain (Near
End)
The remaining media on the SR-R4 has reduced to the
Near End value setting.
REC: Flashing when
synced with SR-R4.
Media remaining
indicator flashing
rapidly
Media Remain (End)
The remaining media on the SR-R4 has reduced to the
End value setting.
DIAGNOSIS:
Flashing red rapidly
Displays same
message as self
diagnostics field in a
dialog.
Temperature NG!
Shutdown Camera
The internal camera temperature has reached its limit.
Turn off the camera power supply.
Consult your local Sony representative.
DIAGNOSIS:
Flashing red rapidly
Fan1 NG!
Fan1 NG!
Fan 1 near the top panel stopped.
Consult your local Sony representative.
DIAGNOSIS:
Flashing red rapidly
Fan2 NG!
Fan2 NG!
Fan 2 near the top panel stopped.
Consult your local Sony representative.
DIAGNOSIS:
Flashing red
Sync Error
Sync Error
A sync error occurred.
If the error continues, consult your local Sony
representative.
DIAGNOSIS: Lit red
DOCK: Lit yellow
Optical Level Care
Optical Level Care
The optical level of the Recorder connector has reduced
to caution level.
Clean the Recorder connector or replace the optical
module.
DIAGNOSIS: Lit red
DOCK: Lit red
Optical Level NG
Optical Level NG
A light reception error occurred with the Recorder
connector.
Immediately, clean the Recorder connector or replace
the optical module.
DIAGNOSIS: Lit red
DOCK: Not lit
Optical Level No Input Optical Level No Input No signal is input on the Recorder connector.
DIAGNOSIS: Lit red
CRCC Error occurred CRCC Error occurred A Cyclic Redundancy Check Code (CRCC) error
occurred with the Recorder connector. Clean the
recorder connector.
If the error continues, even after cleaning, consult your
local Sony representative.
Warning/Error Messages
Indicator
Subdisplay
Self diagnostics
field indication
Meaning
–
Unsupported device
Unsupported device
Unsupported USB device is connected to the USB
connector.
–
Hubs not supported
Hubs not supported
The camera does not support USB hubs.
Appendix
Warning/Error Messages
57
Precautions
Image sensor phenomena
The following phenomena that may appear in images are
specific to image sensors. They do not indicate
malfunctions.
Use and storage
Do not subject the unit to severe shocks
The internal mechanism may be damaged or the body
warped.
Do not block the ventilation holes
If the ventilation holes are blocked, not only are the
characteristics not guaranteed, but also extreme
degradation of the internal parts will likely result, causing
defects of the camera.
For the locations of the ventilation holes, see the figures in
“1-3 Locations and Functions of Parts” (page 11).
After use
Always turn off the power.
Use and storage locations
Appendix
Store in a level, ventilated place. Avoid using or storing the
unit in the following places:
• Places subject to temperature extremes
• Very damp places
• Places subject to severe vibration
• Near strong magnetic fields
• In direct sunlight or close to heaters for extended periods
White flecks
Although the image sensors are produced with highprecision technologies, fine white flecks may be generated
on the screen in rare cases, caused by cosmic rays.
This is related to the principle of image sensors and is not
a malfunction.
The white flecks especially tend to be seen
• when operating at a high environmental temperature
Aliasing
When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may
appear jagged or flicker.
To forcibly open the shutter
Should the shutter to control incoming light to the image
sensor not open, immediately consult your local Sony
representative.
If you want to continue shooting urgently, you can use the
shutter emergency open screw (page 11) to forcibly open
the shutter to a position that ensures an optical light path.
For information about using the shutter emergency open
screw, consult your local Sony representative.
When setting the video format
To prevent electromagnetic interference
from portable communications devices
The use of portable telephones and other communications
devices near this unit can result in malfunctions and
interference with audio and video signals.
It is recommended that the portable communications
devices near this unit be powered off.
Note on laser beams
Laser beams may damage the image sensor device. If you
shoot a scene that includes a laser beam, be careful not to
let the laser beam be directed into the lens of the camera.
Condensation
If you move the camera from a very cold place to a warm
place, or use it in a damp location, condensation may form
on the lens or inside the camera.
The camera has no built-in condensation indicator. If you
find condensation on the body or lens, switch the camera
off and wait for the condensation to disappear for about
one hour.
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Precautions
It is recommended that the power be turned off and back
on again after changing the video format.
Cleaning the Recorder
Connector
Supported types of “Memory Stick”
Note
Before cleaning the recorder connector, always check that
the power supply is disconnected before proceeding.
If the recorder connector is dirty, there is increased risk of
errors in the data transmission between the camera and the
SR-R4. The recorder connector should be cleaned if any of
the following conditions occurs.
• DOCK indicator is lit yellow or red.
• DIAGNOSIS indicator is lit red and the “CRCC Error
occurred” message is displayed.
You will need the following items in order to clean the
recorder connector:
• Commercially available optical fiber cleaning swabs
• 99.5% (or higher) pure alcohol
1
Remove the SR-R4. If the SR-R4 was not connected,
remove the connector cap from the recorder connector.
Press the recorder connector using your finger 1, and
open the protective shutter to expose the optical
contacts.
Optical contacts
You can use “Memory Stick Duo” or “Memory Stick PRO
Duo.”
The camera operations have been checked using “Memory
Stick” media up to 32 GB.
This camera is not compliant with high-speed data transfer
with this type of “Memory Stick.”
Operations checked with:
MSX-M2GN
MSX-M1GST
MSX-M2GST
MS-HX8
MS-HX32
MS-MT2G
MS-MT4G
MS-MT16G
MS-MT32G
Appendix
2
About “Memory Stick
Duo”
Note on data read/write speed
Data read/write speed may vary depending on the
combination of the “Memory Stick” and “Memory Stick”
compliant product you use.
Inserting a “Memory Stick Duo”
Insert a “Memory Stick Duo” with the label side facing left
into the “Memory Stick Duo” slot until it clicks and the
access lamp lights in red. Check that the access lamp then
goes off.
Access lamp
3
Dip an optical fiber cleaning swab in alcohol and
gently wipe the whole optical contacts area about five
times.
Notes
• Always use alcohol only in well-ventilated areas
away from heat or flame.
• Wiping firmly may damage the optical fiber
contacts.
4
Release the connector’s protective shutter, and connect
the SR-R4. If not connecting the SR-R4, reattach the
connector cap.
Note
If it does not fit into the slot properly or if there is some
resistance when you insert it, the “Memory Stick Duo”
may be turned around or upside-down. Do not force the
“Memory Stick Duo” into the slot. Confirm the direction
of the notch and arrow on the “Memory Stick Duo” before
Cleaning the Recorder Connector / About “Memory Stick Duo”
59
inserting the “Memory Stick Duo,” and then try inserting it
again.
To remove a “Memory Stick Duo”
Confirm that the access lamp is not flashing red, then
lightly push in the “Memory Stick Duo” to release the
lock.
Note
If the access lamp is flashing red, data is being read from
or written to the “Memory Stick Duo” At this time, do not
shake the product or subject it to shock. Do not turn off the
power to the product or remove the “Memory Stick Duo.”
Doing so may damage the data.
Protecting saved data
To prevent accidental erasure of important setup data, use
the LOCK switch on the “Memory Stick Duo.”
Slide the switch upward to the write protect position.
This ensures that you cannot inadvertently overwrite data
on the “Memory Stick Duo.”
Appendix
LOCK switch
Note
The “Memory Stick Duo” does not have a LOCK switch.
When using “Memory Stick Duo” media, be careful not to
inadvertently overwrite or erase your data.
Precautions
• Do not attach anything other than the supplied label to
the “Memory Stick Duo” labeling position.
• Attach the label so that it does not stick out beyond the
labeling position.
• Carry and store the “Memory Stick Duo” in its case.
• Do not touch the connector of the “Memory Stick Duo”
with anything, including your finger or metallic objects.
• Do not strike, bend, or drop the “Memory Stick Duo.”
• Do not disassemble or modify the “Memory Stick Duo.”
• Do not allow the “Memory Stick Duo” to get wet.
• Do not use or store the “Memory Stick Duo” in a
location that is:
—Extremely hot, such as in a car parked in the sun
—Under direct sunlight
—Very humid or subject to corrosive substances
• To prevent data loss, make backups of data frequently. In
no event will Sony be liable for any loss of data.
• Unauthorized recording may be contrary to the
provisions of copyright law. When you use a “Memory
Stick Duo” that has been pre-recorded, be sure that the
material has been recorded in accordance with copyright
and other applicable laws.
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About “Memory Stick Duo”
• “Memory Stick” and
are trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• “Memory Stick Duo” and
are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
• “Memory Stick PRO Duo” and
are
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
GENLOCK IN
Specifications
General
Power requirements
10.5 V to 17 V DC
Power consumption
Approx. 65 W with 23.98 PsF
(Mechanical rotary shutter operating.
not including lens, viewfinder)
Operating temperature
0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F)
Storage temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Imagers
Imagers
Method
Aspect ratio
Super 35-mm CMOS image sensor
Single sensor
17:9
Electrical characteristics
14-stop
Within 0.02% (not including lens
distortion)
Geometric distortion
Negligible (not including lens
distortion)
Optical system specifications
Lens mount
PL Mount
Flange focal length
52.00 mm (–0.03 mm to +0.05 mm
adjustable in 0.01 mm increments by
shim replacement)
Input/output connectors
DC IN
DC OUT
VF
LENS
SDI OUT
HD-Y OUT
LEMO 8-pin male (1), 10.5 V to
17 V DC, 24 V DC
12 V: 11-pin (1), 12 V DC, 4 A
maximum
24 V: 3-pin (1), 24 V DC, 4 A maximum
(The usable current may be limited
depending on the load and input
conditions.)
20-pin (1)
12-pin (1)
4:2:2, BNC type (2), HD-SDI signal,
BTA-S004A-compliant, 75 ohms,
0.8 Vp-p, 1.485 Gbps
BNC type (1), 75 ohms, 1.0 Vp-p
Supplied accessories
+B3 × 5 screws (4)
Cable clamp belt (1)
Belt bracket (1)
Power cable connector (LEMO 8-pin) (1)
Filter mounting kit (holder, mounting tool,
filter template) (1)
Operation guide (1)
Operation manual (CD-ROM) (1)
Appendix
Latitude
Registration
BNC type (1), 75 ohms, SMPTE 274M
HD 3-level sync, 0.6 Vp-p
Or HD-SDI signal, BTA-S004Acompliant
REMOTE
8-pin (1)
EXT I/O
LEMO 5-pin, female (1)
(network)
RJ-45 type (1), 10BASE-T, 100BASETX
Lens mount hot shoe
4-pin (2), conforming to ARRI LDS
(Lens Data System) and Cooke /i
Intelligent Electronic Lens System
USB
Type A, USB2.0 Hi-Speed (2)
“Memory Stick” (MS)/SD memory card
Combo-connector (1)
Supports “Memory Stick Duo”,
“Memory Stick PRO Duo”
Supports SD memory cards, SDHC
memory cards up to class 10
Optional accessories
Portable Memory Recorder SR-R4
HD Electronic Viewfinder
HDVF-C30WR (2.7-inch type, color)
Wi-Fi Adapter CBK-WA01
“Memory Stick Duo”
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Note
Always verify that the unit is operating properly before
use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES
OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON
ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS OF PRESENT OR
PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF
THIS UNIT, EITHER DURING THE WARRANTY
PERIOD OR AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE
WARRANTY, OR FOR ANY OTHER REASON
WHATSOEVER.
Specifications
61
Dimensions
Unit: mm (inches)
Ø19 (3/4)
147 (5 7/8)
199.7 (7 7/8)
56
(2 1/4)
109.4 (4 3/8)
79.7 (3 1/4)
13.5
(9/16)
194.7 (7 / )
34
254.5 (10 1/8)
32 50
(1 5/16) (2)
86 (3 1/2)
16 (21/32)
3/8-16UNC
104.5 (4 1/8)
Weight: Camera head
5 kg (11 lb)
With accessories 6.5 kg (14 lb 5 oz)
62
Specifications
304.7 (12)
203 (8)
5 (7/32)
15.0 (19/32)
Appendix
88 (3 1/2)
52 (2 1/8)
105 (4 1/4)
90 (3 5/8)
160 (6 3/8)
104 (4 1/8)
144 (5 3/4)
226.7 (9)
Connector Pin
Assignments
REMOTE (8-pin female)
1
2
7
8
3
4
5
No.
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1
TX (+)
OUT
SERIAL Data out
2
TX (–)
OUT
3
RX (+)
IN
I/O
Specifications
IRIS CONT
OUT
+3.4 V (F16) to +6.2 V
(F2.8)
6
UNREG
OUT
+10.5 V to +17 V
500 mA (MAX)
7
IRIS
POSITION
IN
+3.4 V (F16) to +6.2 V
(F2.8)
8
—
—
Not used
9
—
—
Not used
10
—
—
Not used
11
NC
No connection
12
NC
No connection
VF (20-pin female)
3 2 1
8 7 6 5 4
12 11 10 9
SERIAL Data in
RX (–)
IN
5
TX-GND
—
GND for TX
6
UNREG
OUT
+10.5 to +17 V dc, 200mA
(max)
7
UNREG-GND
—
GND for UNREG
8
VIDEO
OUT
75Ω, 1.0 Vp-p
CHASSIS GND
Lens-mount hot shue (4-pin)
1 2 3 4
17 16 15 14 13
20 19 18
(External View)
No.
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1
S-DATA
IN/OUT
TTL level
2
NC
No connection
3
NC
No connection
4
SCK
5
NC
No connection
6
NC
No connection
7
NC
No connection
8
G TALLY
OUT
TTL level
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1
RX
IN
SERIAL DATA in
2
TX
OUT
SERIAL DATA out
9
NC
No connection
3
GND
GND for +24 V
10
NC
No connection
4
+24 V
+24 V, 200 mA (MAX)
11
NC
No connection
12
Y VIDEO
OUT
1.0 Vp-p, Zo=75Ω
13
VIDEO GND
—
GND for VIDEO
14
Pb VIDEO
OUT
±0.35 Vp-p, Zo=75Ω
15
Pr VIDEO
OUT
±0.35 Vp-p, Zo=75Ω
16
NC
17
R TALLY
18
NC
19
UNREG GND
—
GND for UNREG
20
UNREG
OUT
+10.5 V to +17 V
OUT
LENS (12-pin female)
9 1
10 2
7 12 11 3
6
4
5
8
OUT
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1
RET VIDEO
ENABLE
IN
ENABLE: 0 V
DISABLE: +5 V or OPEN
2
VTR START/
STOP
IN
ENABLE: 0 V
DISABLE: +5 V or OPEN
3
GND
—
GND for UNREG
4
—
—
Not used
ON: 5 V
OFF: GND
No connection
OUT
(External View)
No.
Appendix
4
No.
Signal
5
6
(External View)
CHASSIS GND —
No.
ON: 5 V
OFF: GND
No connection
Connector Pin Assignments
63
DC IN (8-pin male)
No.
8
1
2
Signal
I/O
7
NC
—
8
NC
—
Specifications
3
7
6
5
4
USB
(External View)
No.
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1 2 3 4
UNREG_GND
—
GND for +12 V
(External View)
2
UNREG_GND
—
GND for +12 V
3
UNREG_GND (24 —
V)
GND for +24 V
4
UNREG_24 V_IN
IN
5
UNREG_12 V_IN
IN
1
No.
Signal
I/O
Specifications
1
VBUS
OUT
5 V dc, 500 mA (max)
+24 V
2
D-
IN/OUT
+12 V
3
D+
IN/OUT
4
GND
—
6
UNREG_12 V_IN
IN
+12 V
7
UNREG_12 V_IN
IN
+12 V
8
UNREG_GND
—
GND for +12 V
DC OUT 12 V (11-pin female)
EXT I/O (5-pin female)
10
11
4
1
Appendix
5
3
4
I/O
Signal
Specifications
1
NC
RS-232C
2
NC
EXT_CMD1_OUT OUT
2
EXT_CMD0_OUT OUT
3
NC
3
EXT_CMD1_IN
IN
4
NC
4
EXT_CMD0_IN
IN
5
NC
5
GND
—
6
NC
7
NC
8
NC
9
UNREG_GND
10
NC
11
UNREG_12
V_OUT
(Modular jack)
Conforming to IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-TX), IEEE802.3
(10BASE-T)
8
(External View)
64
No.
1
1
No.
Signal
I/O
1
TXD (+)
OUT
2
TXD (–)
OUT
3
RXD (+)
IN
4
NC
—
5
NC
—
6
RXD (–)
IN
Connector Pin Assignments
6
7
(External View)
(External View)
No. Signal
8
1
5
2
9
2
3
Specifications
I/O
Specifications
—
OUT
+12 V DC
4 A (MAX)
DC OUT 24 V (3-pin female)
1
Menu Operation using a
Web Browser
2
3
The settings menus of this camera can be controlled from
a computer using a Web browser.
(External View)
No.
Signal
I/O
Specifications
Supported OS
Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
Mac OS X
Supported browsers
Firefox 8 or Later
Google Chrome 13 or Later
1
UNREG_GND (24 —
V)
2
UNREG_24
V_OUT
OUT
+24 V DC
4 A (MAX)
3
REC trigger
IN
OPEN or +5 V: Normal
GND: Active
To display the menu
1
Set the IP address in the IP Address field on the <LAN
Setting> page in the Network menu.
Example: 192.168.1.2
Connect a computer to the camera via a hub or directly
using a cross cable.
3
Launch the web browser on the computer and enter
http:// then the IP address you set on the <LAN
Setting> page.
Appendix
2
Example: http://192.168.1.2
The following menu screen appears.
• Windows and Windows Vista are registered trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and other countries.
• Mac OS is a registered trademark of Apple Inc.
• Firefox is a registered trademark of the Mozilla Foundation in the United
States and other countries.
• Google Chrome is a trademark of Google Inc.
Menu Operation using a Web Browser
65
Operation using a Tablet
Device
The camera can be operated wirelessly by installing the
“F65Remote” application for tablet devices.
A CBK-WA01 Wi-Fi adapter (option) is required for
wireless operation.
For details about mounting the CBK-WA01, see “2-6
Mounting the CBK-WA01” (page 21).
Operations using F65Remote
• Display and set frequently used menu settings in a list
(Control screen)
• Display menu setting status from video signal input to
output (Output Signal Map screen)
• Display and change camera configuration settings
(Menu screen)*
• Display Operation Manual using iBooks (Manual
screen)
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* Some menus cannot be displayed.
Supported devices
iPad, iPad2, iPad (third generation)1) iOS 5.0 or later
Android devices2)
Android 3.2
1) Use of iPad2 or iPad (third generation) is recommended.
2) Operation tested on Sony tablet devices only.
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Operation using a Tablet Device
Camera and Tablet Device Connections
There are two modes supported for connecting devices.
Infrastructure mode
F65 + CBK-WA01
Access point
Tablet device
Ad-hoc mode
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Tablet device
F65 + CBK-WA01
Infrastructure mode
Uses a Wi-Fi connection between the camera and table
device via a wireless LAN access point.
In this mode, multiple devices can communicate with the
camera wirelessly via the access point. Use this mode if
you plan to connect with and control a camera from more
than one tablet device.
Ad-hoc mode
Uses a direct Wi-Fi connection between the camera and
table device.
In this mode, an access point is not required, and only a
single device can communicate with the camera
wirelessly. Use this mode if an access point cannot be set
up due to difficulty guaranteeing the power supply or
other reasons.
For details about the connection method, refer to the help
for the tablet device.
Notes
• Connection using IEEE802.11n is not supported in adhoc mode. Data encryption method uses WEP only.
• Some tablet devices are not equipped with the necessary
hardware for ad-hoc mode. For details, refer to the
operating instructions for your tablet device.
• While multiple tablet devices can connect to the camera
in infrastructure mode, only the device that is “Active”
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• If the camera is connected using a network cable and the
IP address settings on the <LAN Setting> page and the
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settings on the <LAN Setting> page and the <Wi-Fi
Setting> page. If the camera is not connected using a
network cable, then Wi-Fi is enabled, even if the same IP
address is set on both pages.
• If connection is difficult or unstable when using WEP as
the data encryption method, use another encryption
method or another device.
iPad is a trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other
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Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
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Color Space According to
the COLOR SPACE
Settings
The color space of the camera main signal, recorded by the
SR-R4 when connected, is S-GAMUT mode. The color
space of the output signal for the viewfinder and SDI OUT
connectors is converted to ITU-R BT.709 color space.
(Rw, Gw, Bw): RGB values for the original color space for S-GAMUT
(R, G, B): Values after being converted to the color space for
conventional cameras
Use the following equations to convert from S-GAMUT to
another color gamut.
Converting to ITU-R.BT709/sRGB
Colorimetry
1
S-GAMUT
Film
DCDM REF PJ
CRT
0.8
(Rw, Gw, Bw): RGB values for the original color space for S-GAMUT
(R, G, B): RGB values after conversion
0.6
y
Converting to ACES-GAMUT (American Color
Encoding Space)
0.4
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• Daylight: 5500K
0.2
- 0.2
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
• Tungsten: 3200K or 4300K
x
- 0.2
1. Virtual chromaticity points at S-GAMUT
The virtual color space at S-GAMUT is shown in the above
chart. The virtual chromaticity points are as follows:
x
y
R
0.73
0.28
G
0.14
0.855
B
0.1
Use the following equation to express the S-GAMUT as an
XYZ color space.
–0.05
When converting the color space of a video source shot
with this camera in S-GAMUT mode, use these virtual
chromaticity points.
These chromaticity points are “virtual” because they do
not represent the actual, accurate color space but are the
calculated values for calculation of color space conversion.
These virtual chromaticity points have been introduced
because the actual color space cannot be represented as a
triangle in this colorimetry.
The following equation provides a simple conversion from
the color space for S-GAMUT to that for conventional
cameras (HDC-F950, HDW-F900R, etc.):
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(Rw, Gw, Bw): RGB values for the original color space for S-GAMUT
(R, G, B): RGB values after conversion
Color Space According to the COLOR SPACE Settings
(Rw, Gw, Bw): RGB values for the original color space for S-GAMUT
(X, Y, Z): Values after conversion to XYZ color space
2. Color space for film
The color space for film shown in the above chart
represents measurements from VISION Premier Film EK
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