Panasonic AJ-HPX3000G User Guide Manual Pdf

Panasonic AJ-HPX3000G User Guide Manual Pdf

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AJ-HPX3000

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Menu

Menu Configuration

MENU

USER MENU

MAIN MENU

OPTION MENU

OPTION

AREA SETTING

SYSTEM SETTING

PAINT RB GAIN CONTROL

RGB BLACK CONTROL

MATRIX

COLOR CORRECTION

LOW SETTING

MID SETTING

HIGH SETTING

ADDITIONAL DTL

SKIN TONE DTL

KNEE/LEVEL

GAMMA

CAMERA SETTING

SYSTEM MODE

OPTION MODE

REC FUNCTION

OUTPUT SEL

DOWNCON SETTING

LCD MONITOR

GENLOCK

1394 SETTING

VF

CAM OPERATION CAMERA ID

SHUTTER SPEED

SHUTTER SELECT

USER SW

SW MODE

WHITE BALANCE MODE

USER SW GAIN

LENS/IRIS

VF DISPLAY

VF MARKER

VF USER BOX

VF INDICATOR1

VF INDICATOR2

VF INDICATOR3

MODE CHECK IND

! LED

Opening the Menus

USER MENU:

Displayed when the MENU button is pressed.

MAIN OPERATION

FILE SD CARD READ/WRITE

SD CARD R/W SELECT

CAC FILE CARD READ

LENS FILE

LENS FILE CARD R/W

SCENE

INITIALIZE

BATTERY/P2CARD

BATTERY SETTING1

BATTERY SETTING2

MIC/AUDIO 1

MIC/AUDIO 2

TC/UB

UMID SET/INFO

MAIN MENU:

Displayed when the MENU button is pressed for at least

3 seconds.

OPTION MENU:

Displayed when the MENU button is pressed while pressing the LIGHT button.

MAINTENANCE

USER MENU SELECT SYSTEM SETTING(USER)

PAINT(USER)

VF(USER)

CAM OPE(USER)

MAIN OPE(USER)

FILE(USER)

MAINTENANCE(USER)

SYSTEM CHECK

LENS ADJ

BLACK SHADING

WHITE SHADING

LENS FILE ADJ

CAC ADJ

DIAGNOSTIC1

DIAGNOSTIC2

HOURS METER

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Notes

z The items highlighted in grey cannot be selected by <USER MENU SELECT>. z The underlined items can only be selected as one whole page (with all sub-items). Individual sub-items cannot be selected separately.

About Menu Description Tables

The following letters indicate whether the modified menu data is saved to or read out from the memory.

The – indicates that the data cannot be saved or read.

S = Can be saved and read as scene data file.

C = Can be saved or read using SD CARD READ/WRITE.

U = Can be saved and read as user data.

Please refer to [SCENE] (page 189) and [INITIALIZE]

(page 189).

F = Can be read using READ FACTORY DATA.

Please refer to [INITIALIZE] (page 189).

R = Can be saved using RC DATA SAVE.

Please refer to [Connection of the remote control unit

(AJ-RC10G)] (page 111).

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

REC SIGNAL CAM

VIDEO

1394

SDI

– C U F R

Remarks

Select video input signals.

CAM

:

Record the signal from the camera

VIDEO: Record the signal from the

GENLOCK IN connector (In

SD mode only )

1394: Record the signal from the

1394 input connector

SDI:

Records input to the SDI IN connector (optional).

This section shows the adjustable range of the set value, and available options for this item.

About the settings available for this item.

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USER MENU:

USER MENU is factory-set. The menu can be configured to suit your preferences by specifying each option according to your purposes and frequency of use, through the

<USER MENU SELECT> screen, which is accessible from the MAIN MENU page.

For more information, see [Selecting Options for USER MENU] (page 158).

To display USER MENU, press the MENU button.

MAIN MENU:

Allows you to set all options on the settings menu.

This menu has a category-by-category structure, layered according to purposes and frequency of use.

To display MAIN MENU, press the MENU button for three seconds or longer.

SYSTEM SETTING:

PAINT:

This option is used to specify recording signal, recording system, etc.

This option is used to fine-adjust images while monitoring the output waveform of the camera, using the waveform monitor.

Normally, this adjustment requires assistance from a video engineer.

This menu option may be set with an external remote controller, and is useful when using the unit without a sound

VF:

recordist.

Used to select the information items to be displayed in the viewfinder screen.

CAM OPERATION:

Used to change settings according to the conditions for the subject.

MAIN OPERATION:

Used to specify recording-related items, such as audio settings, time code, battery and P2 card remaining amounts.

FILE:

Used to specify file-related items such as SD memory card reading/writing and lens file settings.

MAINTENANCE:

Used to specify maintenance-related items.

USER MENU SELECT:

Used to edit USER MENU.

OPTION MENU:

Provides options which may be needed if functions are added in the future.

To display OPTION MENU, hold down the

LIGHT button and press the MENU button.

For more information, contact your distributor.

JOG dial button

LIGHT button

Shot Mark/Cancel Menu button

MENU button

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Setting Menu Options

The menu options are set with the MENU and JOG dial buttons.

The menu comprises main menu, sub-menus and options menus.

The data specified through menu options are written and saved in the internal memory of the unit.

This section describes how to set options in MAIN MENU.

The other menus can be configured in the same manner

(the method of displaying the menu screen depends on the particular menu).

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Note

When the unit is in thumbnail mode, the viewfinder displays “THUMBNAIL OPEN”, disabling navigation through the menu.

1

Press the MENU button for three seconds or longer.

The MAIN MENU screen appears, together with its options.

# **** MAIN MENU ****

SYSTEM SETTING

PAINT

VF

CAM OPERATION

MAIN OPERATION

FILE

MAINTENANCE

USER MENU SELECT

2

Turn the JOG dial button to move the mark (

>) to a desired menu option. Then, press the JOG dial button to display the sub-menu screen.

**** MAIN MENU ****

SYSTEM SETTING

PAINT

VF

# CAM OPERATION

MAIN OPERATION

FILE

MAINTENANCE

USER MENU SELECT

3

Turn the JOG dial button to move the mark (

>) to a desired menu option. Then, press the JOG dial button to display the options screen.

< CAM OPERATION >

CAMERA ID

SHUTTER SPEED

SHUTTER SELECT

# USER SW

SW MODE

WHITE BALANCE MODE

USER SW GAIN

IRIS

4

Turn the JOG dial button to move the mark (

>) to a desired option. Then, press the JOG dial button. The value starts blinking.

< USER SW >

# USER MAIN SW :S.GAIN

USER1 SW :S.GAIN

USER2 SW :DS.GAIN

5

Turn the JOG dial button to change the value.

To increase the value:

Turn the JOG dial button clockwise, as seen from the front of the camera.

To decrease the value:

Turn the JOG dial button anti-clockwise, as seen from the front of the camera.

Each turn of the dial switches the value by one step. A quick turn changes the value rapidly; a slow turn makes a fine adjustment.

To turn an option on or off:

To select ON, turn the JOG dial button clockwise, as seen from the front of the camera.

To select OFF, turn the JOG dial button anticlockwise, as seen from the front of the camera.

To return the changed set value to the previous one:

Press the shot mark/menu cancel button to display the message “PUSH CANCEL BACK TO PREV”.

Press the shot mark/menu cancel button again to return the set value to the value before the change.

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Note

The following menu items cannot be cancelled using the shot mark/menu cancel button.

z Pages on the USER MENU SELECT screen z Pages on the FILE screen z CAMERA ID z USER SW GAIN z Part of the WHITE BALANCE MODE pages z BATTERY SETTING1, 2 z UMID SET/INFO

6

Press the JOG dial button.

The value stops blinking and is accepted.

7

To change the settings for other options on the same page, repeat Steps

4

-

6

.

8

When the settings are finalised, press the MENU button.

This terminates the menu option setting mode and returns the unit to normal operation mode.

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Selecting Options for USER MENU

Go to the USER MENU SELECT page from MAIN MENU.

Then, open relevant options menu screens to select options to add to USER MENU.

Only the selected options are displayed as options in

USER MENU.

For information about how to navigate this menu, see

[Setting Menu Options] (page 157).

< USER MENU SELECT >

(SELECT MODE)

# SYSTEM SETTING

PAINT

VF

CAM OPERATION

MAIN OPERATION

FILE

MAINTENANCE

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Note

Options with [

¢

] are effective. The number of options that can be added to USER MENU is 14 a 3 = 42 (three pages of options) for camera-related options, and 14 (one page of options) for memory-related options.

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Menu Description Tables

SYSTEM SETTING

SYSTEM MODE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

SYSTEM

MODE

1080-59.94i

1080-50i

480-59.94i

576-50i

Remarks

For setting the system frequency and the recording format of the unit.

When this item is switched, turn “OFF” the POWER switch on the unit and then turn it “ON” again.

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Notes

z

When the remote control unit (AJ-

RC10G) is connected, this item is not displayed.

To switch this item, operate the main unit independently.

z

When the time code is in free run mode and a change is made to the

SYSTEM MODE menu option, the time may not be correctly recorded.

After turning on the camera-recorder, check the time code and make a change to the setting if required.

z

When USB DEVICE mode is selected, no change can be made to this option.

– C U F –

REC SIGNAL CAM

VIDEO

1394

SDI

Select video input signals.

CAM

:

Record the signal from the camera

VIDEO:Record the signal from the

GENLOCK IN connector (In SD mode only )

1394: Record the signal from the 1394 input connector

SDI: Records input to the SDI IN connector (optional).

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Notes

z

In Native mode for the AVC-Intra and

DVCPRO HD, 1394 cannot be selected.

z

After the power has been turned OFF, this setting defaults to CAM when the power is turned ON again. z

In order to select VIDEO and synchronize video signals input to the

GENLOCK IN connector (VBS) with the unit, set the GENLOCK item of

[

GENLOCK

] (page 163) to "EXT".

– C U F R

CAMERA

MODE

(1080-59.94i

/480-59.94i)

60i

30P

24P

24PA

(1080-50i

/576-50i)

50i

– C U F R

25P

ASPECT 16:9

4:3

– C U F R

For setting the video system for shooting.

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Note

In AVC-Intra mode, 24PA cannot be selected.

Select the aspect ratio for recording. (In

SD mode only )

16:9: Record in <16:9> aspect ratio.

4:3:

Record in <4:3> aspect ratio.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

SCAN

REVERSE

OFF

ON

Remarks

Specify whether image correction is used or not, when an anamorphic lens or a lens for film applications is used.

OFF: Images are not corrected.

ON:

Images are corrected. The vertical and horizontal orientations are inverted.

– C U F R

VF TYPE HD

SD

– C U F R

Specify the type of viewfinder to be attached to the camera-recorder.

REC MODE

– C U F R

SETUP

AVC -I 100

AVC -I 50

DVCPRO HD

DVCPRO50

0%

7.5%A

Select the recording mode.

AVC-I 100:

Record in AVC-I 100 format

AVC-I 50:

Record in AVC-I 50 format

DVCPRO HD:

Record in DVCPRO HD format

DVCPRO50:

Record in DVCPRO50 format. (In SD mode only )

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Notes

If “1394” is selected in REC SIGNAL,

AVC-I 100 and AVC-I 50 cannot be selected.

Switch the setup.

(For 480-59.94i only )

0%:

Setup is switched to 0% for both the camera output and the recording.

7.5%A: Setup is switched to 7.5% for the camera output and 0% for the recording.

– C U F R

PC MODE

SELECT

USB HOST

USB DEV.

– – –

PC MODE

– – –

F –

F –

ON

OFF

Specify the operation mode of the camera-recorder when an external device is connected via USB.

USB HOST:

Sets the camera-recorder to the mode that allows an external hard disk drive to be connected.

USB DEV.:

Sets the camera-recorder to the USB device mode, which allows a PC to be connected via USB 2.0 for use with

P2 cards as mass storage.

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Note

When the PC MODE menu option is set to ON, no change can be made to this option.

Used to enable or disable the mode that allows the camera-recorder to be connected to a PC or an external hard disk drive via USB 2.0.

ON:

Sets the camera-recorder to the mode selected through the PC

MODE SELECT menu option.

OFF: Disables the PC MODE for normal

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Note

operation.

Once the power is turned off, the option is always set to OFF when the power is turned on next time.

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OPTION MODE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

REC TALLY RED

GREEN

CHAR

Remarks

Select the method for displaying the recording status of camera-recorder when controlling an external VTR by setting 1394 CONTROL items to BOTH.

Select the 1394 CONTROL item on the

<1394 SETTING> screen in the SYSTEM

SETTING page.

RED: The red tally lamp lights up.

GREEN:The green tally lamp lights up.

CHAR: The VF displays [REC] in characters.

– C U F –

ACCESS LED OFF

SLOT SIDE

LCD SIDE

BOTH

– C U F –

P.OFF GPS

DATA

HOLD

CLEAR

– C U F –

SDI

METADATA

ON

OFF

Specify whether or not to enable the P2 card access LEDs.

OFF:

Disables both LEDs above the slots and on the side panel.

SLOT SIDE:

Enables the LED above the slots and disables the LED on the side panel.

LCD SIDE:

Enables the LED on the side panel and disables the LED above the slots.

BOTH:

Enables both LEDs above the slots and on the side panel.

Select whether or not to hold the UMID

GPS position information while the power is turned off, thereby keeping this information as status data holding the previous value until the power is turned on again, which enables a new measurement to start.

HOLD: Hold and save the data.

CLEAR

:

Clear the data when the power is turned off, and save zero (No-

Info) from the next power-on until a new measurement is completed.

Used to specify whether or not to output metadata (UMID) to SDI when the

VIDEO OUT menu option is set to HD

SDI or SD HDI.

– C U F –

SDI EDH ON

OFF

– C U F –

Select whether or not to add an error detection flag to the SD SDI output.

SAVE SW

(AUD OUT)

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to forcibly disable the audio output when the SAVE ON/

OFF switch is set to [ON].

ON:

Disable audio output.

OFF: Enable audio output.

– C U F –

SAVE SW

(LCD)

ON

OFF

– C U F –

Select whether or not to automatically turn off the LCD monitor when the SAVE

ON/OFF switch is set to [ON].

ON:

Turn off LCD monitor.

OFF: Do not turn off LCD monitor.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

AUTO REC OFF

TYPE1

TYPE2

– C U F –

Remarks

Select the method for detecting REC

START/STOP marks from the frame rate information in the user bits added through HD SD IN in HD mode in order to automatically start or stop recording.

OFF:

No automatic recording is performed.

TYPE1: REC START/STOP marks are detected from LTC input through HD SDI for automatic recording.

TYPE2: REC START/STOP marks are detected from VITC input through HD SDI for automatic recording.

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Note

Set the menu option REC SIGNAL to

SDI to input HD SDI signals to the SDI

IN connector. For information about user bits frame rate information, see [Setting of the user bits] (page 57).

In INTERVAL REC mode and the LOOP

REC mode, the AUTO REC function is not available.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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REC FUNCTION

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

Remarks

INTERVAL

REC MODE

– C U F –

INTERVAL

REC HOLD

ON

ONE SHOT

OFF

ON

OFF

Sets INTERVAL REC function.

ON: Uses internal memory to perform interval recording.

ONE SHOT:

Performs “one-shot” recording for the duration specified under REC TIME, and then stops.

OFF: INTERVAL REC is not performed.

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Note

This item cannot be changed when “ON” is selected in LOOP REC MODE.

Selects whether INTERVAL REC MODE settings are retained or not when the power is turned off once.

ON:

Retain

OFF:

Do not retain. The INTERVAL REC

MODE is OFF whenever the power is turned on again.

– C U F –

REC TIME*

1 00s01f

:

59s29f

Set REC TIME (1 cut).

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Note

However, the settings can be made frame by frame, and the numbers of the cut-off unit frames for the shortest time period and the set time on the actual operation may vary with the recording method. For details, refer to [Interval

Recording] (page 37).

– C U F –

PAUSE TIME*

1

– C U F –

00h00m00s01f

:

00h04m59s29f

:

23h59m59s29f

Specify PAUSE time for recording.

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Note

However the settings can be made frame by frame, and the numbers of the cut-off unit frames for the shortest time period and the set time on the

actual operation may vary with the recording method. For details, refer to [Interval Recording]

(page 37).

TAKE TOTAL

TIME

– C U F –

NONE

:

5day

Specify the time needed for shooting.

Select from NONE (continue until operation is manually stopped) to 5 days.

TOTAL REC

TIME*

1

– – – – –

00m00s01f

:

99m59s29f

OVER100min

NONE

AUDIO REC ON

OFF

Display total recorded time. The setting cannot be changed using this option.

Displays the recording time (recording time needed for the P2 card) calculated using REC TIME, PAUSE TIME, and

TAKE TOTAL TIME.

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Note

A value based on actual processing is displayed .

Select whether or not sound will be recorded.

– C U F –

START DELAY 0SEC

– C U F –

:

10SEC

PRE REC

MODE

ON

OFF

Set the delay after pressing REC START to start recording in INTERVAL REC.

Select whether or not to enable PRE-

RECORDING.

ON: PRE-RECORDING enabled.

OFF: PRE-RECORDING disabled.

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Note

Specify the PRE-RECORDING time by using the menu option PRE REC TIME.

– C U F –

*1 This variable range is the numerical values for 59.94 Hz. For

50 Hz, the frame rate is up to 24f. The frame rate is up to 23f in 24PN (Native) mode.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

PRE REC

TIME

1SEC

:

8SEC

Remarks

Set PRE-RECORDING.

1-8SEC:

Set the length of time that can be retrospectively recorded before the

REC START button is pressed.

– C U F –

LOOP REC

MODE

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to enable LOOP

REC.

This setting can be used with PRE-

RECORDING features.

ON: Enable LOOP REC.

OFF: Disable LOOP REC.

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Notes

z

After the power is turned off, this item will default to OFF the next time the power is turned on. z

This item cannot be changed when

“ON” or “ONE SHOT” is selected in

INTERVAL REC MODE.

– – – F –

REC START ALL

NORMAL

Select operating modes that allow recording to start.

ALL: Allow recording to start during stop, recording pause, and playback.

NORMAL:

Allow recording to start during stop and recording pause.

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Note

Even if this is set to “ALL”, the operation is “NORMAL”, when “ON” or “ONE

SHOT” is selected in INTERVAL REC

MODE.

– C U F –

P.ON REC

SLOT SEL

HOLD

SLOT1

– C U F –

Select the recording order of the slot when the power is turned on.

HOLD:

The recording order starts with the card previously selected when the power was turned off.

SLOT1:

The recording order starts with the card that is inserted in Slot 1 when the power is turned on.

Note

Displayed REC TIME, PAUSE TIME and TOTAL REC TIME are translated into either drop-frame or non-drop-frame according to the mode of operation.

TAKE TOTAL TIME is actual time. Therefore, TOTAL REC

TIME may incorporate fractions, depending on the settings.

REC TIME

Example of drop-frame

02s00f

PAUSE TIME

02s00f

TAKE TOTAL TIME

40min

TOTAL REC TIME

19m59s06f

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OUTPUT SEL

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

Remarks

OUTPUT ITEM MENU ONLY

TC

STATUS

Set the character contents superimposed onto the output signals for the VIDEO OUT connector (Analog or SDI) and MON OUT connector.

MENU ONLY:

Displays only when the menu characters are superimposed. No display appears when other characters are superimposed.

TC:Display the time code. (Displays the menu when menu characters are superimposed.)

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Note

The TC display position moves up and down depending on the camera

ID position.

STATUS:

Display the same characters superimposed on the VF signal.

(Displays the menu when menu characters are superimposed.)

– C U F –

MONITOR

OUT

VBS

VF

Y

Select the output signal on the MON OUT connector.

VBS: Output a regular composite signal.

VF: Output a VF Y signal. The status display is also superimposed.

Y:

Output a component Y signal.

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Note

The VBS signal is output in playback mode.

– C U F –

MONITOR

OUT CHAR

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to superimpose characters on the MON OUT connector signal independently of the camera’s

VIDEO OUT CHARACTER switch. (The character content is the same as the video output signal.)

ON: Enable superimpose.

OFF: Disable superimpose.

– C U F –

LCD MON

CHAR

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to superimpose characters on the LCD monitor. (The character content is the same as the video output signal.)

ON: Enable superimpose.

(Not interlocked with the VIDEO

OUT CHARACTER switch.)

OFF: Disable superimpose.

(Not interlocked with the VIDEO

OUT CHARACTER switch.)

– C U F –

VF MODE MEM

CAM

– C U F –

When the REC SIGNAL menu option on the SYSTEM MODE screen is set to

CAM, select the image to display in the viewfinder.

MEM: Display the playback image in the playback mode.

CAM: Always display the camera image.

THUMBNAIL

OUT

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to output clip thumbnails displayed on the LCD monitor to the video output and monitor output signals.

ON: Enable output.

OFF: Disable output.

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Note

HD SDI signals are being output from the VIDEO OUT connector, thumbnails are not output.

– C U F –

DOWNCON SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

DOWNCON

MODE

SQUEEZ

LT-BOX

S-CROP

– C U F R

DETAIL ON

OFF

Remarks

For setting the mode of the down converter output signals.

For setting the detail function for the down converter output signals ON/OFF.

The down converter output signals contain detailed components that are set during HD signal processing. In this setting, these signals overlap the detailed components dedicated to the down converter outputs.

Even if this setting is turned off, it is impossible to turn off the detailed components set during HD signal processing.

– C U F R

H.DTL LEVEL 00

:

08

:

31

– C U F R

V.DTL LEVEL 00

:

04

– C U F R

:

31

DTL CORING 00

01

– C U F R

:

15

H.DTL FREQ. 1

:

3

:

5

– C U F R

2D LPF ON

OFF

For setting the horizontal detail correction level for the down converter output signals.

For setting the vertical detail correction level for the down converter output signals.

For setting the noise elimination level of the details.

For selecting the horizontal detail frequencies.

1: 2.5 MHz 4: 4 MHz

2: 3 MHz

3: 3.5 MHz

5: 4.5 MHz

For setting the 2-D low path filter reducing cross colors.

ON:

Cross colors are reduced.

OFF: Cross colors are not reduced.

– C U F R

SETUP 0%

7.5%

– C U F R

For setting the setup level for the down converter output signals.

( Only for 1080-59.94i

‹

Note

When the system frequency is set to 50

Hz, the setup level will be 0%.

Note

The <DOWNCON SETTING> screen is displayed when

SYSTEM MODE is set to 1080-59.94i, 1080-50i (HD mode).

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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LCD MONITOR

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

BRIGHTNESS –7

:

+0

– C U F –

:

+7

Remarks

Adjust the LCD monitor brightness.

Adjust the LCD monitor chroma level. COLOR

LEVEL

– C U F –

–7

:

+0

:

+7

CONTRAST –7

:

+0

– C U F –

:

+7

BACKLIGHT NORMAL

HIGH

– C U F –

SELF SHOOT NORMAL

MIRROR

Adjust the LCD monitor contrast.

Adjust the backlight

NORMAL

: Mode normally used

HIGH:

This is brighter than NORMAL

Select whether or not to change the

LCD monitor to mirror image.

NORMAL: Do not change to mirror image.

MIRROR:

Change to mirror image.

– C U F –

ASPECT

CONV.

SQUEEZE

LT.BOX

– C U F –

Select a screen ratio for images displayed on the LCD monitor (In SD mode only).

SQUEEZE:

Display images in the

LT.BOX:

squeeze size.

Display images in the letter box size.

‹

Note

This item is enabled only when ASPECT

described in “SYSTEM MODE” is set

to16:9.

GENLOCK

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

GENLOCK INT

EXT

– C U F R

GL PHASE

– C U F R

HD SDI

COMPOSIT

Remarks

Switch the camera synchronising signal.

INT: Synchronise with the internal reference signal regardless of the reference signal input to the

GENLOCK IN connector.

EXT: Synchronise with the reference signal input to the GENLOCK IN connector.

For selecting the output signals that lock phases to the signals that are input in the GENLOCK IN connector. (Only for

1080-59.94i, 1080-50i )

HD SDI:

For locking the HD SDI signals to the

GENLOCK input.

For the down converter output signals, the start position of the video delays by about 90 lines.

COMPOSIT:

For locking the down converter output signals to the GENLOCK input.

For the HD SDI output signals, the start position of the video gains by about 90 lines.

H PHASE

COARSE

–100

:

+000

– – – – –

:

+100

Perform coarse phase adjustment for horizontal hold when configuring a system.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

H PHASE

FINE

– – – – –

–100

:

+000

:

+100

Remarks

Perform fine phase adjustment for horizontal hold when configuring a system.

1394 SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

1394 SPEED S100

S200

S400

Remarks

For setting the transfer rate of signals output from the DVCPRO connector.

S100: 100Mbps

S200: 200Mbps

S400: 400Mbps

– C U F –

1394 IN CH 0

:

63

AUTO

– C U F –

1394 OUT CH 0

:

63

AUTO

– C U F –

1394

CONTROL

OFF

BOTH

For setting the input channel of signals input to the DVCPRO connector.

0 - 63:

To fix to the designated value

AUTO:

To follow the settings of the externally connected devices

For setting the input channel of signals output from the DVCPRO connector.

0 - 63:

AUTO:

To fix to the designated value

To follow the settings of the externally connected devices

For setting the control for recording start/stop operations of external devices that are connected to the DVCPRO connector.

OFF: Do not control the externally connected devices.

BOTH:To control both the unit and the externally connected devices

– C U F –

1394 CMD SEL REC_P

STOP

– C U F –

For setting the control of recording stop operations of the external devices that are connected to the DVCPRO connector.

REC_P: Operation to pause recording

STOP:

Stopping operation

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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PAINT

RB GAIN CONTROL

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

R GAIN AWB

PRE

–200

:

+000

:

+200

Remarks

For setting the Rch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the PRST position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

B GAIN AWB

PRE

–200

:

+000

:

+200

S C U F R

For setting the Bch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the PRST position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

R GAIN AWB A –200

:

+000

:

+200

For setting the Rch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the A position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

B GAIN AWB A –200

:

+000

:

+200

For setting the Bch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the A position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

R GAIN AWB B –200

:

+000

:

+200

For setting the Rch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the B position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

B GAIN AWB B –200

:

+000

:

+200

S C U F R

For setting the Bch gain when the

WHITE BAL switch is in the B position.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

AWB A GAIN

OFFSET

ON

OFF

For setting the values of the Rch gain and the Bch gain when the auto white balance is executed as the WHITE BAL switch is in the A position.

ON: To retain the values set in the items of R GAIN AWB A and B

GAIN AWB A

OFF: The values of the Rch gain and the Bch gain is set to “0”.

S C U F R

AWB B GAIN

OFFSET

ON

OFF

S C U F R

For setting the values of the Rch gain and the Bch gain when the auto white balance is executed as the WHITE BAL switch is in the B position.

ON: To retain the values set in the items of R GAIN AWB B and B

GAIN AWB B

OFF: The values of the Rch gain and the Bch gain is set to “0”.

RGB BLACK CONTROL

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

MASTER PED –200

:

+015

:

+200

Remarks

For setting the level of the master pedestal.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

R PEDESTAL –100

:

+000

:

+100

S C U F R

For setting the pedestal level of the Rch.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

G PEDESTAL –100

:

+000

:

+100

For setting the pedestal level of the

Gch.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

B PEDESTAL –100

:

+000

:

+100

S C U F R

PEDESTAL

OFFSET

ON

OFF

For setting the pedestal level of the Bch.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

For setting the pedestal levels of the

Rch, the Gch and the Bch when the auto black balance is adjusted.

ON:

To retain the values set in the respective items of R PEDESTAL,

G PEDESTAL, and B PEDESTAL

OFF: The pedestal levels of the Rch, the Gch and the Bch are set to

”0”.

S C U F –

R FLARE –100

:

+000

:

+100

For adjusting the flare level of the Rch.

Adjustment values in this item are added to the flare adjustment value that is adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

G FLARE –100

:

+000

:

+100

For adjusting the flare level of the Gch.

Adjustment values in this item are added to the flare adjustment value that is adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

S C U F R

B FLARE –100

:

+000

:

+100

S C U F R

For adjusting the flare level of the Bch.

Adjustment values in this item are added to the flare adjustment value that is adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.

z

If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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MATRIX

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

„

MATRIX

TABLE

A

B

Remarks

For selecting the color correction table for the linear matrix.

S C U F R

MATRIX R-G –63

:

+31

S C U F R

:

+63

MATRIX R-B –63

:

–04

S C U F R

:

+63

MATRIX G-R –63

S C U F R

:

–01

:

+63

MATRIX G-B –63

:

+04

S C U F R

:

+63

MATRIX B-R –63

:

+01

S C U F R

:

+63

MATRIX B-G –63

S C U F R

:

–01

:

+63

„

L MATRIX

TABLE

OFF

A

B

S C U F R

„

M MATRIX

TABLE

OFF

A

B

S C U F –

„

H MATRIX

TABLE

S C U F –

OFF

A

B

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (red/green)

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (red/blue)

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (green/red)

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (green/blue)

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (blue/red)

For performing the linear matrix adjustment. (blue/green)

For selecting the color correction table when the GAIN switch is in the L position.

For selecting the color correction table when the GAIN switch is in the M position.

For selecting the color correction table when the GAIN switch is in the H position.

‹

Note

The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT

MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT> screen. The items without „ are the setting items for

PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.

Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 187) for

more information.

All of the preset data for the respective linear matrix data of the „ MATRIX TABLE B are set to +00.

COLOR CORRECTION

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

R

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

Remarks

For performing the color saturation correction of red.

For performing the color saturationcorrection between red and magenta.

Cy

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

Cy-G

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

G

(SAT)

–63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

G-Yl

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

Yl

(SAT)

–63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

Yl-R

(SAT)

–63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

R-Mg

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

Mg

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

Mg-B

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

B

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

B-Cy

(SAT)

S C U F R

–63

:

+00

:

+63

For performing the color saturationcorrection of magenta.

For performing the color saturation correction between magenta and blue.

For performing the color saturation correction of blue.

For performing the color saturation correction between blue and cyan.

For performing the color saturation correction of cyan.

For performing the color saturation correction between cyan and green.

For performing the color saturation correction of green.

For performing the color saturation correction between green and yellow.

For performing the color saturation correction of yellow.

For performing the color saturation correction between yellow and red.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

R(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

R-Mg(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

Remarks

For performing the hue correction for red.

For performing the hue correction between red and magenta.

For performing the hue correction for magenta.

Mg(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

Mg-B(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

B(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

B-Cy(PHASE) –63

S C U F R

:

+00

:

+63

For performing the hue correction between magenta and blue.

For performing the hue correction for blue.

For performing the hue correction between blue and cyan.

Cy(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

For performing the hue correction for cyan.

Cy-G(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

For performing the hue correction between cyan and green.

G(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

G-Yl(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

Yl(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

Yl-R(PHASE) –63

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+63

„

COLOR

CORRECT

ON

OFF

S C U F R

For performing the hue correction for green.

For performing the hue correction between green and yellow.

For performing the hue correction for yellow.

For performing the hue correction between yellow and red.

For switching ON/OFF of the 12-axis independent color correction of the position selected with the GAIN switch

(L, M, H).

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

LOW SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

„

MASTER

GAIN

S C U F R

–3dB

:

0dB

:

30dB

Remarks

Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,

9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.

For performing the horizontal detail correction level setting.

H.DTL LEVEL 00

:

10

S C U F R

:

63

V.DTL LEVEL 00

:

15

S C U F R

:

31

DTL CORING 00

:

01

S C U F R

:

15

H.DTL FREQ. 00

:

18

S C U F R

:

31

LEVEL

DEPEND.

0

1

:

5

For performing the vertical detail correction level setting.

For performing the noise elimination level setting for detail.

For performing the horizontal detail frequency selection.

For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.

When the Y-detail is emphasized, details of dark sections are compressed.

If the numerical value is larger, details of bright sections are also compressed.

S C U F R

MASTER

GAMMA

S C U F R

0.30

:

0.45

:

0.75

BLACK

GAMMA

–3

:

OFF

:

+3

For setting the master gamma. (0.01 step)

For setting the gamma curve for the dark portion.

3 to 1:

The dark portion is compressed.

OFF:

Standard state

+1 to +3:

The dark portion is extended.

S C U F R

„

MATRIX

TABLE

S C U F R

B

OFF

A

„

COLOR

CORRECT

ON

OFF

S C U F R

For selecting the color correction table for the linear matrix.

For switching ON/OFF of the 12-axis independent color correction.

‹

Notes

z The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT

MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT> screen. The items without „ are the setting items for

PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W. Please refer to [SD CARD R/

W SELECT] (page 187) for more information.

z If images are shot when the master gain is set to –3dB, some coloring phenomena may occur on images in very bright sections. The color phenomena become more significant as the difference in the color temperature of the subject incident to the unit from 3200K becomes larger.In

order to suppress the coloring phenomena, switch the

OUTPUT AUTO KNEE switch to “CAM AUTO KNEE OFF”, set the MANUAL item on the KNEE/LEVEL screen to “ON”, and then set a smaller value for the KNEE SLOPE item and

WHITE CLIP LVL item on the KNEE/LEVEL screen. After executing these settings, confirm that there are no coloring phenomena and then start shooting.

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MID SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

„

MASTER

GAIN

S C U F –

–3dB

:

6dB

:

30dB

Remarks

Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,

9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.

For performing the horizontal detail correction level setting.

H.DTL LEVEL 00

:

08

S C U F –

:

63

V.DTL LEVEL 00

:

12

S C U F –

:

31

DTL CORING 00

:

02

S C U F –

:

15

H.DTL FREQ.

00

:

18

S C U F –

:

31

LEVEL

DEPEND.

0

1

:

5

For performing the vertical detail correction level setting.

For performing the noise elimination level setting for detail.

For performing the horizontal detail frequency selection.

For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.

When the Y-detail is emphasized, details of dark sections are compressed.

If the numerical value is larger, details of bright sections are also compressed.

S C U F –

MASTER

GAMMA

0.30

:

0.45

S C U F –

:

0.75

BLACK

GAMMA

–3

:

OFF

:

+3

For setting the master gamma. (0.01 step)

For setting the gamma curve for the dark portion.

3 to 1:

The dark portion is compressed.

OFF:

Standard state

+1 to +3:

The dark portion is extended.

S C U F –

„

MATRIX

TABLE

S C U F –

„

COLOR

CORRECT

OFF

A

B

ON

OFF

S C U F –

For selecting the color correction table for the linear matrix.

For switching ON/OFF of the 12-axis independent color correction.

HIGH SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

„

MASTER

GAIN

–3dB

:

12dB

S C U F –

:

30dB

Remarks

Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,

9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.

For performing the horizontal detail correction level setting.

H.DTL LEVEL 00

:

06

S C U F –

:

63

V.DTL LEVEL 00

:

10

S C U F –

:

31

DTL CORING 00

:

03

S C U F –

:

15

H.DTL FREQ.

00

:

18

S C U F –

:

31

LEVEL

DEPEND.

0

:

3

:

5

For performing the vertical detail correction level setting.

For performing the noise elimination level setting for detail.

For performing the horizontal detail frequency selection.

For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.

When the Y-detail is emphasized, details of dark sections are compressed.

If the numerical value is larger, details of bright sections are also compressed.

S C U F –

MASTER

GAMMA

0.30

:

0.55

S C U F –

:

0.75

BLACK

GAMMA

–3

:

OFF

:

+3

For setting the master gamma. (0.01 step)

For setting the gamma curve for the dark portion.

3 to 1:

The dark portion is compressed.

OFF:

Standard state

+1 to +3:

The dark portion is extended.

S C U F –

„

MATRIX

TABLE

S C U F –

„

COLOR

CORRECT

OFF

A

B

ON

OFF

S C U F –

For selecting the color correction table for the linear matrix.

For switching ON/OFF of the 12-axis independent color correction.

‹

Note

The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT

MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT> screen. The items without „ are the setting items for

PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.

Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 187) for

more information.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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ADDITIONAL DTL

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

KNEE APE

LVL

OFF

1

:

5

Remarks

For changing the detail level of the high brightness portion.

S C U F R

DTL GAIN(+) –31

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+31

DTL GAIN(–) –31

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+31

DTL CLIP

S C U F R

00

:

63

DTL SOURCE (R+G)/2

(G+B)/2

2G+R+B /4

(3G+R)/4

R

S C U F R

G

MASTER DTL –31

:

+00

S C U F R

:

+31

Adjust the detail level toward +

(upwards).

Adjust the detail level toward the –

(downwards).

For setting the level for clipping the detail signals.

For setting the proportion of the RGB signal components that provide the detail.

For revising the master detail level.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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SKIN TONE DTL

Y MAX 000

:

190

S C U F R

:

255

Y MIN 000

:

010

S C U F R

:

255

I CENTER 000

:

035

S C U F R

:

255

I WIDTH 000

:

055

S C U F R

:

255

Q WIDTH 00

S C U F R

:

10

:

90

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

„

SKIN TONE

DTL

OFF

A

B

AB

Remarks

For selecting the skin color table for enabling the skin tone detail.

The skin color table is provided in the

SKIN TONE TABLE item.

By enabling the skin tone detail, it is possible to shoot human skin more accurately.

S C U F R

„

SKIN TONE

ZEBRA VF

ON

OFF

S C U F R

For the setting to display the zebra pattern in the skin tone area displayed in the viewfinder screen.

The zebra pattern is displayed when this item is turned “ON” and the <SKIN

TONE DTL> screen is opened.

The zebra pattern is displayed on area A or B, which is selected in the SKIN

TONE TABLE item.

It is impossible to display both area A and B at the same time.

SKIN TONE

TABLE

A

B

For selecting the skin color table for subjects to which the skin tone table applies.

S C U F R

SKIN TONE

GET

For fetching the color information of A or

B, which is selected in the SKIN TONE

TABLE item, near the center marker.

When this function is executed, data from I CENTER to Q PHASE are fetched automatically.

The fetched data will be the table data of

A or B, which is selected in the SKIN

TONE TABLE item.

It is impossible to obtain color information of both A and B at the same time.

– – – – –

SKIN DTL

CORING

0

:

5

S C U F R

:

7

For setting the effect level of the skin tone detail.

For setting the maximum value of brightness for enabling the skin tone.

For setting the minimum value of brightness for enabling the skin tone.

For setting the center position on the I axis (for setting an area that enables skin tone.)

For setting the area width for enabling the skin tone on the I-axis of which the center is the I CENTER.

For setting the area width for enabling the skin tone on the Q-axis of which the center is the I CENTER.

Q PHASE –180

:

+000

S C U F R

:

+179

For setting phases of the area for enabling skin tone as setting the standard to the Q-axis.

Q-WIDTH

I-CENTER

direction

R-Y

I-WIDTH

+ direction

Y-MAX

Q-PHASE

B-Y

= SKIN TONE AREA

Y-MIN

0

Y

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Note

The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT

MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT> screen. The items without „ are the setting items for

PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.

Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 187) for

more information.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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KNEE/LEVEL

S C U F R

A.KNEE

POINT

S C U F R

A.KNEE LVL 100

:

107

S C U F R

:

109

80%

:

93%

:

107%

A.KNEE

RESPONSE

1

:

4

S C U F R

:

8

CHROMA

LEVEL

S C U F R

OFF

–99%

:

+00%

:

+40%

DRS EFFECT

DEPTH

1

2

3

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

MASTER PED –200

:

+015

S C U F R

:

+200

„

MANUAL

KNEE

ON

OFF

Remarks

Set the master pedestal.

Set the mode when the AUTO KNEE switch is OFF. The KNEE POINT/

SLOPE set value is enabled when this setting is ON.

S C U F R

KNEE POINT 70.0%

:

93.0%

S C U F R

:

107.0%

KNEE SLOPE 00

:

85

S C U F R

:

99

„

WHITE CLIP ON

OFF

S C U F R

WHITE CLIP

LVL

90%

:

109%

For setting the knee point position in increments of 1% steps.

For setting the inclination of the knee.

Set the WHITE CLIP feature to ON or

OFF. The WHITE CLIP LVL set value is enabled when this setting is ON.

Set WHITE CLIP LEVEL.

S C U F R

Set the AUTO KNEE POINT position in

1% steps. This setting is enabled when the OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector switch is set to CAM.AUTO KNEE ON.

Set the AUTO KNEE LEVEL.

Set the AUTO KNEE response speed.

The smaller the setting value, the faster the response speed.

For setting the chroma level of the P signals and the P

B

signals.

Set the compression level of the highbrightness component of DRS. If the numerical value is larger, the compression level of the high-brightness component increases.

R

If this is set to OFF, the color elements of video signals are eliminated.

‹

Note

The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT

MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT> screen. The items without „ are the setting items for

PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.

Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 187) for

more information.

GAMMA

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

MASTER

GAMMA

S C U F R

0.30

:

0.45

:

0.75

Remarks

Set the master gamma in 0.01% steps.

R GAMMA

S C U F R

–15

:

+00

:

+15

B GAMMA

S C U F R

–15

:

+00

:

+15

Set the Rch gamma.

Set the Bch gamma.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

GAMMA

MODE SEL

DFLT

HD

SD

FILMLIKE1

FILMLIKE2

FILMLIKE3

FILM-REC

Remarks

For selecting the gamma mode.

DFLT: This will operate as SD gamma in

SD mode, or HD gamma in HD mode.

HD:

Video gamma characteristics for HD

(High Definition)

SD:

The gain in the dark section is higher than the HD gamma.

FILMLIKE1:

The cinema gamma characteristics for video applications are selected.

FILMLIKE2:

The cinema gamma characteristics for video applications are selected.

In this setting gradations in highlit areas can be expressed better than when FILM LIKE1 is selected.

FILMLIKE3:

The cinema gamma characteristics for video applications are selected.

In this setting gradations in highlit areas can be expressed better than when FILM LIKE2 is selected.

FILM-REC:

The cinema gamma characteristics for film applications are used.

S C U F R

DYNAMIC LVL 200%

S C U F R

300%

400%

500%

BLACK STR

LVL

S C U F R

00%

:

30%

This is enabled when FILM REC is selected in GAMMA MODE SEL. Set the BLACK STRECH position.

This is enabled when FILM REC is selected in GAMMA MODE SEL. Set the dynamic range.

FILMLIKE1

„CAMERA SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

DETAIL ON

OFF

S C U F R

2D LPF ON

OFF

Remarks

For switching ON/OFF of the detail signals.

For specifying whether or not to enable or disable the 2-dimension LPF, which reduce the cross color (for the SD mode only).

‹

Note

In PAL mode, the 2-dimension LPF is disable.

S C U F R

HIGH COLOR ON

OFF

ON/OFF switching for the HIGH COLOR mode, which enhances the color dynamic range.

‹

Note

While DRS operates, selection of “ON” in this item is not reflected in the operation.

S C U F R

GAMMA

ON

OFF

S C U F R

TEST SAW ON

OFF

For switching ON/OFF of the gamma correction.

Switch the test signal ON or OFF.

S C U F R

FLARE ON

OFF

S C U F R

H-F COMPE.

ON

OFF

S C U F R

Set the flare correction to ON or OFF.

For switching ON/OFF of the aperture correction.

‹

Note

All items in CAMERA SETTING are setting targets of the item PAINT MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W

SELECT> screen.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

SD

FILMLIKE3

FILMLIKE2

FILM-REC

HD

Luminance

z When the GAMMA MODE SEL item is used for FILM

LIKE3, the following settings are recommended.

MANUAL KNEE : ON

KNEE POINT : 85.0%

KNEE SLOPE : 50

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VF

VF DISPLAY

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

DISP

CONDITION

NORMAL

HOLD

– C U F R

Remarks

NORMAL: Display status constantly.

HOLD:

Display status only when the

MODE CHECK switch is pressed.

DISP MODE 1

2

3

Set the DISP MODE.

Switch the camera’s Warning/Message indication. Please refer to [ Display

Modes and Setting Changes/adjustment

Result Messages ] (page 77) for more information.

– C U F R

VF OUT Y

NAM

R

G

B

For selecting the video signals to display in the viewfinder screen.

Y:

Brightness signal

NAM: Output signal with the highest level among R, G, and B signals.

R:

Rch signal

G:

Gch signal

B:

Bch signal

– C U F R

VF DTL 0

:

5

For setting the detail level of the viewfinder screen.

The details of the signals for the viewfinder are further enhanced. If 0 is selected, then the detail is the same as that for the main line.

– C U F R

ZEBRA1

DETECT

– C U F R

0%

:

70%

:

109%

Set the ZEBRA1 detection level (IRE value).

ZEBRA2

DETECT

0%

:

85%

– C U F R

:

109%

ZEBRA2 ON

SPOT

– C U F R

OFF

Set the ZEBRA2 detection level (IRE value).

Set the ZEBRA2 to ON, OFF, or SPOT.

Set the camera incoming light volume at which to display LOW LIGHT.

LOW LIGHT

LVL

OFF

10%

15%

20%

25%

– C U F R

30%

35%

RC MENU

DISP.

ON

OFF

– C U F R

50M

INDICATOR

ON

OFF

For the setting to display the menu in the viewfinder screen when the remote control unit is connected to the unit.

For specifying whether to enable or disable the 50M LED inside the SD viewfinder when the REC MODE menu option is set to DVCPRO50. (In SD mode only )

– C U F R

MARKER/

CHAR LVL

50%

60%

70%

80%

90%

– C U F R

100%

SYNCHRO

SCAN DISP.

sec deg

– C U F R

Adjust the brightness of markers and characters displayed on the VF.

For setting the unit to indicate

SYNCHRO SCAN mode.

sec: deg:

indicates time indicates the opening angle of the shutter.

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Video Level

ON

109%

ZEBRA 2

DETECT

ZEBRA 1

DETECT

ZEBRA 2

OFF SPOT

0%

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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VF MARKER

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

TABLE A

B

– C U F R

Remarks

Select the VF MARKER setting table.

First, select table A or B, then set the items below for each table.

CENTER

MARK

2

3

OFF

1

4

– C U F R

SAFETY

MARK

OFF

1

2

Switch the center mark.

OFF: Do not display center mark.

1:

+ (large)

2:

Hollow (large)

3:

+ (small)

4:

Hollow (small)

Select the frame type for the safety zone.

OFF: Do not display frame.

1:

Box

2:

Corner frame

– C U F R

SAFETY

AREA

80%

:

90%

– C U F R

:

100%

FRAME MARK ON

OFF

– C U F R

FRAME SIG

4:3

13:9

– C U F R

14:9

VISTA

FRAME LVL 0

:

15

– C U F R

For setting the size of the safety marker.

It is possible to set the size by units of

1% with a fixed ratio between of width and height.

Set the frame marker to ON or OFF.

Set the frame marker.

Only enabled when REC MODE is set to

16:9.

The VISTA ratio is 16:8.65.

Set the level outside the frame marker.

0: Equivalent to signal OFF.

( Blanking status )

15: Same brightness as center area.

‹

Note

When SYSTEM MODE is set to either “1080-59.94i” or

“1080-50i” (in HD mode), the safety zone marker, the safety zone area, and the frame marker are displayed on the LCD monitor or the SD viewfinder if “LT-BOX” or “S-

CROP” is selected in DOWNCON MODE.

VF USER BOX

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

USER BOX ON

OFF

– C U F R

USER BOX

WIDTH

1

:

13

– C U F R

:

100

Remarks

For setting whether the user box is displayed in the viewfinder or not.

For setting the horizontal width of the user box.

For setting the horizontal position of the user box center.

USER BOX

HEIGHT

1

:

13

– C U F R

:

100

USER BOX H

POS

–50

:

+00

– C U F R

:

+50

For setting the horizontal position of the user box center.

USER BOX V

POS

–50

:

+00

– C U F R

:

+50

For setting the vertical position of the user box center.

z The user box can be displayed in any position as a boxtype cursor.

‹

Note

When SYSTEM MODE item is set to either “1080-59.94i” or “1080-50i” (in HD mode), the user box is not displayed on the LCD monitor or the SD viewfinder if “LT-BOX” or “S-

CROP” is selected in DOWNCON MODE.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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VF INDICATOR1

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

EXTENDER ON

OFF

– C U F R

SHUTTER

ON

OFF

– C U F R

FILTER ON

OFF

Remarks

For selecting ON or OFF for the extender display.

Set the shutter speed indication to ON or OFF.

Set the filter No. indication to ON or

OFF.

– C U F R

WHITE ON

OFF

– C U F R

GAIN

ON

OFF

– C U F R

IRIS OFF

IRIS

S+IRIS

S

Set the AWB PRE/A/B indication to ON or OFF.

For selecting ON/OFF of the gain currently selected, S.GAIN and DS.

GAIN displays.

OFF:

Disable indications of both the super iris ON status and the iris value.

IRIS:

Enable only the iris value indication.

S+IRIS: Enables indications of the super

S:

iris ON status and the iris value.

Enable indication of the super iris ON status. z

The display of the aperture value and the display of the iris override are interlinked. When the iris override is changed, it is forcibly displayed for 3 seconds.

– C U F R

CAMERA ID BAR

OFF

For setting to record the camera ID.

BAR:The camera ID is recorded when the color bar signals are recorded.

OFF: Disable ID mix.

– C U F R

ID POSITION UPPER R

UPPER L

LOWER R

LOWER L

For setting the position to display the camera ID.

UPPER R: Upper right.

UPPER L: Upper left.

LOWER R: Lower right.

LOWER L: Lower left.

– C U F R

DATE/TIME ON

OFF

For selecting an option to display year/ month/day and hour/minute/second simultaneously when the camera ID is displayed.

– C U F R

ZOOM LVL ON

OFF

– C U F R

COLOR TEMP ON

OFF

– C U F R

SYSTEM

MODE

ON

OFF

– C U F R

CAMERA

MODE

ON

OFF

– C U F R

Set the zoom position indication to ON or OFF.

Set the color temperature indication to

ON or OFF.

For selecting ON or OFF for the

SYSTEM MODE and REC MODE display.

For selecting ON/OFF of the CAMERA

MODE display.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

VF INDICATOR2

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CAC ON

OFF

– C U F R

FILM-REC

MODE

– C U F R

ON

OFF

Remarks

For selecting ON or OFF for the color astigmatism correction display

For selecting whether to indicate that the

Gamma Select is set to the FILM REC mode.

VF INDICATOR3

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

P2CARD

REMAIN

OFF

ONE-CARD

TOTAL

Remarks

Select the indication mode for the P2 card’s remaining capacity.

OFF: Disable the remaining capacity indication.

ONE-CARD:

Display the remaining capacity of the

P2 card currently used for recording.

TOTAL:Display the total remaining capacity of all P2 cards in slots.

– C U F R

BATTERY ON

OFF

Set the battery voltage indication to ON or OFF.

– C U F R

AUDIO LVL

ON

OFF

– C U F R

TC ON

COLOR BAR

ON

OFF

Set the audio lever meter indication to

ON or OFF.

Select whether the time code is to be displayed or not on the color bar.

‹

Note

The time code is displayed on the color bar but it is not recorded.

C U F R

TC OFF

TCG

TCR

TCG/TCR

– C U F R

Select the time code to display.

OFF: Disable the time code display.

TCG: Display the time code generator value in recording mode.

TCR: Display the time code reader value in playback mode.

TCG/TCR:

Display the time code generator value in recording mode, and the time code reader value in playback mode.

SYSTEM INFO OFF

– C U F R

ALWAYS

NORMAL

SAVE LED SAVE

– C U F R

P2CARD

Select the method of displaying system information and warnings.

OFF: Display no warnings other than

“TURN POWER OFF” and

“SYSTEM ERROR”.

ALWAYS:

Always display warnings.

NORMAL:

Display warnings for 3 seconds only when problems occur.

Set the SAVE lamp function.

SAVE:

The lamp lights up when the SAVE

ON/OFF switch is set to ON and the

output system assigned in [ OPTION

MODE ] (page 160) is in the save

mode.

P2CARD:

The lamp blinks in synch with the warning message when the P2 card’s remaining recording capacity is getting low.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

REC STATUS ON

OFF

Remarks

Select whether or not to enable “REC” indication in the viewfinder and on the

LCD monitor during recording.

ON: REC indication enabled.

OFF: REC indication not enabled.

‹

Note

This option is useful when camerarecorder is used independently. When the 1394 CONTROL menu option on the

1394 SETTING screen is set to BOTH, then the setting of the REC TALLY menu option for SYSTEM MODE is used.

– C U F R

PROXY REC ON

OFF

– C U F R

When a video encoder card (AJ-

YAX800G, optional) is attached, proxy recording information is displayed when recording starts.

ON: Display indicating whether proxy recording is to be performed on the

P2 card only, or on both the P2 card and the SD memory card.

OFF: Proxy recording information is not displayed.

MODE CHECK IND

Items/

Data

Saved

STATUS

Adjustable

Range

ON

OFF

– C U F R

!LED

ON

OFF

Remarks

For the setting to display the status screen when the MODE CHECK button is pressed.

For the setting to indicate causes for turning on the lamp on the viewfinder is displayed when the MODE CHECK button is pressed.

The causes for turning on the lamp are displayed with

!

.

– C U F R

FUNCTION ON

OFF

– C U F R

For the setting to display the FUNCTION screen when the MODE CHECK button is pressed.

AUDIO ON

OFF

– C U F R

CAC ON

OFF

– C U F R

P.ON IND ON

OFF

For the setting to display the AUDIO screen when the MODE CHECK button is pressed.

The setting to display the CAC screen when the MODE CHECK button is pressed.

– C U F R

For the setting to display the status screen immediately after turning on the power of the unit.

‹

Note

Even if it is set to “ON” in this item, the status screen is not displayed immediately after turning on the power of the unit when the STATUS item is set to

OFF.

!LED

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

GAIN(0dB) ON

OFF

– C U F R

Remarks

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the GAIN is set to a value other than 0 dB.

GAIN (–3dB) ON

OFF

– C U F R

DS.GAIN

ON

OFF

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the GAIN is set to a value other than –3dB.

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the DS. GAIN

(cumulative gain) is activated.

– C U F R

SHUTTER ON

OFF

– C U F R

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the electronic shutter is activated.

WHITE

PRESET

– C U F R

ON

OFF

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the WHITE BAL switch is set to the PRST position.

EXTENDER ON

OFF

– C U F R

B.GAMMA

ON

OFF

– C U F R

MATRIX ON

OFF

For the setting to turn the lamp on the viewfinder on when the lens extender is activated.

For the setting to turn the viewfinder on when the BLACK GAMMA is activated.

For the setting to turn the

lamp on the

lamp on the viewfinder on when the color correction table for the linear matrix is selected.

– C U F R

COLOR

CORRECTION

ON

OFF

– C U F R

FILTER ON

OFF

– C U F R

For the setting to turn the viewfinder on when the 12-axis independent color correction is selected.

For the setting to turn the

lamp on the

lamp on the viewfinder on when the filter combination is anyone other than 3200K and CLEAR.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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CAM OPERATION

CAMERA ID

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

ID1

¢¢¢¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢

– C U F –

Remarks

Setting 1 for the CAMERA ID recorded on color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed for this setting.

ID2

– C U F –

¢¢¢¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢

Setting 2 for the CAMERA ID recorded on color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed for this setting.

ID3

– C U F –

¢¢¢¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢

Setting 3 for the CAMERA ID recorded on color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed for this setting.

‹

Note

This setting is canceled when READ FACTORY DATA is selected.

SHUTTER SPEED

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

SYNCHRO

SCAN

ON

OFF

Remarks

Allocate SYNCHRO SCAN as a shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

– C U F –

POSITION1 ON

OFF

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION1 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

– C U F –

POSITION2 ON

OFF

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION2 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

– C U F –

POSITION3

ON

OFF

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION3 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

– C U F –

POSITION4

ON

OFF

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION4 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

– C U F –

POSITION5

ON

OFF

– C U F –

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION5 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

POSITION6 ON

OFF

– C U F –

Allocate the shutter speed set by

POSITION6 SELECT in the <SHUTTER

SELECT> screen as the shutter speed selectable by the shutter switch.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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SHUTTER SELECT

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

POSITION1

SEL

Remarks

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 1.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

– C U F –

90.0deg

45.0deg

POSITION2

SEL

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 2.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

– C U F –

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

90.0deg

45.0deg

POSITION3

SEL

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 3.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

90.0deg

– C U F –

45.0deg

POSITION4

SEL

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

– C U F –

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

90.0deg

45.0deg

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 4.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

POSITION5

SEL

Remarks

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 5.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

– C U F –

90.0deg

45.0deg

POSITION6

SEL

1/100

1/120

1/250

1/500

1/1000

1/2000

HALF

For setting the shutter speed for

POSITION 6.

1/100: 59.94 Hz

1/60: 50Hz

– C U F –

180.0deg

172.8deg

144.0deg

120.0deg

90.0deg

45.0deg

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Note

In remote control mode when the AJ-RC10G is connected, the settings for the shutter are set to the value recorded on the AJ-RC10G.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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USER SW

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

USER MAIN

SW

INH

S.GAIN

DS.GAIN

S.IRIS

I.OVR

S.BLK

B.GAMMA

Y GET

DRS

ASSIST

C.TEMP

AUDIO CH1

AUDIO CH2

REC SW

RET SW

PRE REC

– C U F R

SLOT SEL

PC MODE

USER1 SW INH

S.GAIN

DS.GAIN

S.IRIS

I.OVR

S.BLK

B.GAMMA

Y GET

DRS

ASSIST

C.TEMP

AUDIO CH1

AUDIO CH2

REC SW

RET SW

PRE REC

SLOT SEL

– C U F R

PC MODE

USER2 SW INH

S.GAIN

DS.GAIN

S.IRIS

I.OVR

S.BLK

B.GAMMA

Y GET

DRS

ASSIST

C.TEMP

AUDIO CH1

AUDIO CH2

REC SW

RET SW

PRE REC

SLOT SEL

– C U F R

PC MODE

Remarks

Allocate the USER MAIN button. For descriptions of the functions, see

[Assigning Functions to USER MAIN,

USER1 and USER2 Buttons] (page 51).

Allocate the USER1 button. For descriptions of the functions, see

[Assigning Functions to USER MAIN,

USER1 and USER2 Buttons] (page 51).

Allocate the USER2 button. For descriptions of the functions, see

[Assigning Functions to USER MAIN,

USER1 and USER2 Buttons] (page 51).

SW MODE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

RET SW R.REVIEW

CAM RET

– C U F R

Remarks

For setting the function when the USER button on the unit, to which the RET button of the lens or the RET SW function is allocated, is pressed.

R.REVIEW:

REC view function

It is possible to check a last few seconds of the records taken.

CAM RET:

Return video function

It is possible to confirm the return video signals (HD: analog HD-Y signals, SD: VBS signals) supplied to the GENKLOCK IN connector on the unit by using the viewfinder.

‹

Notes

z

When video signals in a format different from that for the video mode of the camera-recorder, return video is not properly displayed.

z

When the GENLOCK item (the

GENLOCK screen on the SYSTEM

SETTING page) is set to INT, the return video image may be displayed as slightly shaking horizontally.

For setting the super black level.

S.BLK LVL

– C U F R

OFF

–10

–20

–30

AUTO KNEE

SW

ON

OFF

DRS

For selecting ON/OFF of the AUTO

KNEE function and DRS function.

When it is set to OFF, the AUTO KNEE may not function even if the AUTO

KNEE switch is turned ON.

When the DRS function is enabled and the AUTO KNEE switch is positioned to

ON, the DRS function turns on.

S C U F R

SHD,ABB SW

CTL

ON

OFF

– C U F R

For the setting to adjust the black shading automatically when the AUTO

W/B BAL switch is held to the ABB side for 8 seconds or more.

COLOR BARS SMPTE

FULL BARS

SPLIT

ARIB

For selecting the color bar to be used.

SMPTE:

Color bar complied with the

SMPTE standards

FULL BARS: Full color bar

SPLIT:

SPLIT color bar for SNG

(Satellite News Gathering)

ARIB:

Color bar complied with the

ARIB standards

– C U F R

S.GAIN OFF

L/M/H

S.GAIN

– C U F R

For selecting the method used to release the super gain mode.

L/M/H:

Disabled when the gain selector switch (USER

S.GAIN:

button) is operated.

Disabled only with the

S.GAIN switch (USER button).

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

DS.GAIN OFF L/M/H

DS.GAIN

Remarks

For selecting the method used to release the digital super gain mode

(cumulative gain).

L/M/H:

The mode is released by making a change in the L/M/H switch position and the

DS.GAIN switch (USER switch).

DS.GAIN: The mode is released using only the DS.GAIN switch

(USER switch).

– C U F R

RC CHECK

SW

R.REVIEW

PLAY

– C U F R

For specifying what the camera-recorder does when the REC check button on the remote control unit is pressed.

R.REVIEW: The camera-recorder

PLAY:

performs rec review.

The camera-recorder performs playback.

WHITE BALANCE MODE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

FILTER INH ON

OFF

– C U F R

SHOCKLESS

AWB

OFF

FAST

NORMAL

SLOW1

SLOW2

SLOW3

Remarks

For selecting independently whether memory data for white balance (Ach,

Bch) is retained or not for the respective

CC filters.

ON: Regardless of the CC filter, data for the memories (2 memories) for Ach and Bch is retained.

OFF: The memory data (8 memories) for

Ach and Bch is retained for the respective CC filters.

For setting the length of time for transiting to the switched position of white balance, when the position of the

WHITE BAL switch is changed.

OFF:

FAST:

To transit instantly

About 1 second

NORMAL: About 2 seconds

SLOW1:

About 3 seconds

SLOW2:

About 10 seconds

SLOW3:

About 20 seconds

– C U F R

AWB AREA

25%

50%

90%

– C U F R

For switching the detection area for executing the automatic adjustment of white balance.

25%: An area near the screen center equivalent to 25% of the screen is detected.

50%: An area near the screen center equivalent to 50% of the screen is detected.

90%: An area equivalent to 90% of the screen is detected.

TEMP PRE

SEL SW

– – – F –

VAR

3.2K/5.6K

For selecting whether the PRESET color temperature is variable or switchable between 3200K and 5600K.

Immediately after revising the value, the color temperature for PRESET is set to

3200K (For Filter A).

VAR: Selectable within the range from

2300K

;

to 8000K.

3.2K/5.6K:

Switchable between 3200K and

5600K.

Items/ Adjustable

Data Saved Range

COLOR TEMP 2300K

;

PRE

:

3200K

:

8000K

Remarks

For setting the color temperature when the WHITE BAL switch is set to the

PRST position.

The PRESET color temperature selected in TEMP PRE SEL SW is set.

2300K

;

- 8000K:

When VAR was selected in TEMP

PRE SEL SW.

– – – F –

3200K

5600K

AWB A TEMP 2300K

;

– – – F –

:

3200K

:

8000K

AWB B TEMP 2300K

;

– – – F –

:

3200K

:

8000K

3200K/5600K:

z

When 3200K/5600K was selected in

TEMP PRE SEL SW.

Since the range of color temperatures that can be set will vary with the CC filter position, a numerical value cannot be changed even if the color temperature is changed when a high color temperature is set.

For setting the color temperature when the WHITE BAL switch is set to the A position.

If the automatic adjustment of white balance is executed in the A position, the color temperature at that time is memorized in the position of the WHITE

BAL switch A. If the white balance has been automatically adjusted or the CC filter has been switched, then up to

9000K may be indicated.

For setting the color temperature when the WHITE BAL switch is set to the B position.

If the automatic adjustment of white balance is executed in the B position, the color temperature at that time is memorized in the position of the WHITE

BAL switch B. If the white balance has been automatically adjusted or the CC filter has been switched, then up to

9000K may be indicated.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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USER SW GAIN

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

S.GAIN

30 dB •

¢

– C U F R

Remarks

Select whether or not to enable 30dB for

SUPER GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

36 dB

– C U F R

¢

Select whether or not to enable 36dB for

SUPER GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

DS.GAIN

6 dB

:

¢

Select whether or not to enable 6 dB

:

for

DS.GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

– C U F R

10 dB

:

¢

Select whether or not to enable 10 dB for DS.GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

:

– C U F R

12 dB

:

¢

Select whether or not to enable 12 dB for DS.GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

:

– C U F R

15 dB

:

¢

Select whether or not to enable 15 dB for DS.GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

:

– C U F R

20 dB

:

¢

– C U F R

Select whether or not to enable 20 dB for DS.GAIN.

¢: Enable.

: Disable.

:

‹

Note

When the DS.GAIN function is active, the shutter mode is set to OFF.

LENS/IRIS

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

A.IRIS LEVEL 000

:

045

– C U F R

:

100

A.IRIS PEAK/

AVE

000

:

030

:

100

Remarks

Set the target value for auto iris.

Determine the peak-to-standard ratio for the auto iris.

A larger value sets the auto iris to respond to the peak in the IRIS detection window, while a smaller value sets it to respond to the average value in the window.

– C U F R

A.IRIS

WINDOW

NORM1

NORM2

CENTR

– C U F R

Select the auto iris detection window.

NORM1: The window closer to the center of the screen.

NORM2: The window closer to bottom of the screen.

CENTR: The spot window in the center of the screen.

S.IRIS LEVEL 000

:

080

– C U F R

:

100

IRIS GAIN CAM

LENS

Set the target value for the super iris

(Backlight correction function).

Select which unit controls IRIS GAIN.

‹

Note

Lenses with an extender, such as

a

2, a

0.8 sold before FUJINON DIGI

POWER, perform IRIS compensation while enabling the extender. Therefore, if this setting is switched to CAM, the camera’s iris control will not operate properly.

– C U F R

IRIS GAIN

VALUE

01

:

10

– C U F R

:

20

Set the adjustable value for IRIS GAIN.

This setting is effective when CAM is selected for IRIS GAIN.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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MAIN OPERATION

BATTERY/P2CARD

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

BATTERY

SELECT

PROPAC14

TRIMPAC14

HYTRON50

HYTRON140

DIONIC90

DIONIC160

NP-L7

ENDURA7

ENDURA10

ENDURA-D

PAG L95

BP-L65/95

– C U F –

NICD14

TYPE A

TYPE B

Remarks

Select the battery to use. Remaining capacity detection is also performed according to the selected battery.

The variable range is changed by the item settings selected on the [

BATTERY

SETTING1

] (page 182) and [BATTERY

SETTING2] (page 183) menus.

The initial value for TYPE A is set to

DIONIC90 while the same for TYPE B is set to HYTRON140.

When BP-GL65 or BP-GL95, a battery made of Sony, is used, set this to "BP-

L65/95".

EXT DC IN

SELECT

AC_ADPT

PROPAC14

TRIMPAC14

HYTRON50

HYTRON140

DIONIC90

DIONIC160

NP-L7

ENDURA7

ENDURA10

ENDURA-D

PAG L95

BP-L65/95

NICD14

TYPE A

– C U F –

TYPE B

Set the remaining capacity detection type when a battery is connected to the

DC IN connector. Remaining capacity detection is also performed according to the selected battery type.

The variable range is changed by the item settings selected on the [

BATTERY

SETTING1

] (page 182) and [BATTERY

SETTING2] (page 183) menus.

Analog voltage is displayed on the viewfinder screen.

When BP-GL65 or BP-GL95, a battery made of Sony, is used, set this to "BP-

L65/95".

BATT NEAR

END ALARM

– C U F –

– C U F –

ON

OFF

BATT NEAR

END CANCEL

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to set the alarm to beep for BATT NEAR END ALARM.

If set to ON, the warning tone and indication can be canceled by pressing the MODE CHECK button when BATT

NEAR END ALARM is triggered.

BATT END

ALARM

– C U F –

ON

OFF

– C U F –

BATT REMAIN 70%

FULL 100%

Select whether or not to set the alarm to beep for BATT END ALARM.

Set the display of the remaining battery level indicator bar in the display window when a battery with this function is used.

70%: Indicate FULL at 70% capacity.

100%: Indicate FULL at 100% capacity.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CARD NEAR

END ALARM

ON

OFF

Remarks

Select whether or not to set the alarm to beep for P2 CARD NEAR END ALARM.

– C U F –

CARD NEAR

END TIME

– C U F –

2min

3min

Set the remaining time to indicate the P2

CARD NEAR END TIME alarm.

CARD END

ALARM

ON

OFF

– C U F –

CARD

REMAIN/

„

3min/

„

5min/

„

Select whether or not to set the alarm to beep for P2 CARD END ALARM.

– C U F –

Set the length of time for one segment

(

„

) of the P2 card’s remaining capacity indicator bars.

3min/

„

: One segment represents 3 minutes.

5min/

„

: One segment represents 5 minutes.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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BATTERY SETTING1

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

PROPAC14

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

11.0

:

13.8

– C U F –

:

15.0

Remarks

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the above menu, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

TRIMPAC14

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

HYTRON50

¢

11.0

:

13.6

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

HYTRON140

¢

11.0

:

13.5

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

DIONIC90

¢

11.0

:

13.5

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

11.0

:

13.6

– C U F –

:

15.0

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

DIONIC160

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

11.0

:

13.2

– C U F –

:

15.0

Remarks

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

NP-L7

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

ENDURA7

¢

11.0

:

13.2

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

ENDURA10

¢

11.0

:

13.2

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

ENDURA-D

¢

11.0

:

13.2

– C U F –

:

15.0

AUTO

MANUAL

11.0

:

13.2

– C U F –

:

15.0

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

PAG L95

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

11.0

:

13.5

Remarks

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

– C U F –

:

15.0

BP-GL65/95

¢

AUTO

MANUAL

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Select auto or manual to set the NEAR

END voltage.

AUTO: Set voltage automatically.

MANUAL:Set voltage manually.

When MANUAL is selected in the menu above, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1

V steps.

– C U F –

11.0

:

13.5

:

15.0

BATTERY SETTING2

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

NiCd14

¢

Remarks

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.

NEAR END 11.0

:

13.8

END

:

15.0

11.0

:

13.4

– C U F –

:

15.0

Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.

TYPE A

¢

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Set the voltage to display the FULL indication in 0.1 V steps.

FULL 12.0

:

15.1

:

17.0

NEAR END 11.0

:

13.6

:

15.0

END

– C U F –

11.0

:

12.9

:

15.0

TYPE B

¢

Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.

Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.

Enable selection under BATTERY

SELECT.

¢:Enable selection.

: Disable selection.

Set the voltage to display the FULL indication in 0.1 V steps.

FULL 12.0

:

15.5

:

17.0

NEAR END 11.0

:

13.5

END

:

15.0

11.0

– C U F –

:

13.1

:

15.0

Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.

Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps. z The remaining battery level is indicated in percentage when a battery with this function is installed on the unit.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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MIC/AUDIO1

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

FRONT VR

CH1

OFF

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

ALL

Remarks

Select whether or not to enable the

FRONT AUDIO LEVEL control for the signal selected as the input signal to

AUDIO CH1.

OFF:

Disabled for any input selected.

Recording level does not change by turning the volume control.

FRONT: Only enabled when FRONT is selected.

W.L.:

Only enabled when WIRELESS is selected.

REAR: Only enabled when REAR is selected.

ALL:

Enabled for any input selected.

– C U F –

FRONT VR

CH2

OFF

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

ALL

Select whether or not to enable the

FRONT AUDIO LEVEL control for the signal selected as an input signal to

AUDIO CH2.

OFF:

Disabled for any input selected.

Recording level does not change by turning the volume control.

FRONT: Only enabled when FRONT is selected.

W.L.:

Only enabled when WIRELESS is selected.

REAR: Only enabled when REAR is selected.

ALL:

Enabled for any input selected.

– C U F –

MIC LOWCUT OFF

CH1

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

– C U F –

Select the microphone low cut filter for

Input Channel 1.

OFF:

The microphone low cut filter is disabled for any input.

FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is enabled when the front microphone is selected.

W.L.:

The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the wireless microphone is selected.

REAR: The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the rear microphone is selected.

MIC LOWCUT

CH2

OFF

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

Select the microphone low cut filter for

Input Channel 2.

OFF:

The microphone low cut filter is disabled for any input.

FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is enabled when the front microphone is selected.

W.L.:

The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the wireless microphone is selected.

REAR: The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the rear microphone is selected.

– C U F –

MIC LOWCUT

CH3

OFF

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

– C U F –

Select the microphone low cut filter for

Input Channel 3.

OFF:

The microphone low cut filter is disabled for any input.

FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is enabled when the front microphone is selected.

W.L.:

The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the wireless microphone is selected.

REAR: The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the rear microphone is selected.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

MIC LOWCUT

CH4

OFF

FRONT

W.L.

REAR

Remarks

Select the microphone low cut filter for

Input Channel 4.

OFF:

The microphone low cut filter is disabled for any input.

FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is enabled when the front microphone is selected.

W.L.:

The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the wireless microphone is selected.

REAR: The microphone low cut filter is enabled only when the rear microphone is selected.

– C U F –

LIMITER CH1 ON

OFF

Select the limiter.

The limiter is enabled when AUDIO

SELECT CH1 switch is set to MAN.

– C U F –

LIMITER CH2 ON

OFF

Select the limiter.

The limiter is enabled when AUDIO

SELECT CH2 switch is set to MAN.

– C U F –

AUTO LEVEL

CH3

ON

OFF

Select the level setting method.

For more information, see [CH3 and

CH4 Recording Levels] (page 54)

– C U F –

AUTO LEVEL

CH4

ON

OFF

Select the level setting method.

For more information, see [CH3 and

CH4 Recording Levels] (page 54)

– C U F –

TEST TONE OFF

NORMAL

ALWAYS

CHSEL

– C U F –

Select the test signal.

OFF:

Disable test tone output.

NORMAL: Test tone signals are output to all of Channels 1 - 4 when the

OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector switch has been switched to BARS and CH1 of the AUDIO IN switch has been switched to FRONT.

ALWAYS: Test tone signals are always output to all of Channels 1 - 4 when the OUTPUT/AUTO

KNEE selector switch has been switched to BARS.

CHSEL:

Output test tone to the channels where the AUDIO IN switch CH1 or CH2 is set to

FRONT when OUTPUT/AUTO

KNEE selector switch is set to

BARS. The test tone is not output to CH3 and CH4.

‹

Note

The frequency characteristics when the micro cut filter is applied are 200 Hz to 10 kHz.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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MIC/AUDIO2

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

FRONT MIC

POWER

ON

OFF

Remarks

Select the phantom power supply for the front microphone.

– C U F –

REAR MIC

POWER

ON

OFF

Select the phantom power supply for the rear microphone.

When OFF is selected, no phantom power is supplied even if the REAR

AUDIO CH1 or CH2 switch is set to +48.

– C U F –

MONITOR

SELECT

STEREO

MIX

– C U F –

FRONT MIC

LEVEL

–40dB

–50dB

When the MONITOR switch is set to ST

(stereo), select the signal format for the monitor output.

Select the front microphone input level.

– C U F –

REAR MIC

CH1 LVL

– C U F –

–50dB

–60dB

REAR MIC

CH2 LVL

–50dB

–60dB

– C U F –

REAR LINE IN +4dB

LVL

0dB

– C U F –

–3dB

AUDIO OUT

LVL

+4dB

0dB

–3dB

– C U F –

HEADROOM 18dB

– C U F –

20dB

WIRELESS

WARN

ON

OFF

– C U F –

Select the rear microphone input level.

Select the rear microphone input level.

Select the rear line input level.

Select the audio output level.

Set the headroom (standard level).

Select whether or not to enable the alarm to trigger for poor wireless receiver reception.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

TC/UB

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

TC MODE DF

NDF

Remarks

Set the time code mode.

DF: Drop frame.

NDF: Non drop frame.

‹

Note

When the camera-recorder operates at

50 Hz or in 24P or 24PA mode, the nondrop frame is always used.

– C U F –

UB MODE USER

TIME

DATE

EXT

TCG

FRM RATE

REGEN

Select the user bits mode.

USER: Select UB value set in the LCD section.

TIME: Select local time (hours, minutes, seconds).

DATE: Select local date and time (2 last digits of year, month, date, time).

EXT:

When "CAM" , "VIDEO", or

"SDI" is selected in REC

SIGNAL on the SYSTEM MODE screen, the user bits input to the

TC IN connector are recorded.

When "1394" is selected, the user bits of signals input to the

DVCPRO connector are recorded.

If reading fails, USER value is retained.

TCG:

TCG value enters UB.

FRM RATE:

Select the shooting information (e.g. frame rate) for the camera. For more information, see [Frame rate information recorded in user bits]

(page 58).

When clips recorded in Native mode are played back, the frame rate information recorded in users bits in the VAUX range is output.

REGEN: Read out value stored in the card and record value continuously.

– C U F –

VITC UB

MODE

USER/EXT

TIME

DATE

TCG

FRM RATE

REGEN

– C U F –

Select the user bits mode for VAUX TC

(VITC).

USER/EXT:

If UB MODE is set to EXT, the EXT value is recorded. If not, USER value set by UB is recorded.

TIME: Select local time (hours, minutes, seconds).

DATE: Select local date and time (2 last digits of year, month, date, time).

TCG:

TCG value enters UB.

FRM RATE:

Select camera shoting information

(frame rate, etc.). For more information, see [Frame rate information recorded in user bits]

(page 58).

REGEN: Read out value stored in card and record value continuously.

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Note

When the camera-recorder operates in

24P, 24PA, 30P (AVC-I) or 25P (AVC-I) mode, FRM RATE is always selected.

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Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

TCG SET

HOLD

ON

OFF

Remarks

ON/OFF switching for the feature that always starts recording (when the power is turned ON again) the TCG value that was set before the power is turned OFF.

– C U F –

FIRST REC

TC

PRESET

REGEN

– C U F –

For the first recording after the power is turned on, a P2 card is inserted and then switching from this P2 card to another recording-target P2 card is performed, select whether or not to regenerate the time code as the value on the new P2 card.

PRESET:

Use the camera-recorder’s internal time code.

REGEN:

For clips recorded on the recordingtarget P2 card, regenerate the time code as the time code of the clip that has the most recent date and time.

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Notes

z

Set the date and time accurately. For guidance on setting, see [ Setting the

Internal Clock’s Date and Time ] (page

59).

z

During operation in either 24P or

24PA mode, regeneration of the value of the card recorded in drop-frame is not permitted.

P.OFF LCD

DISPLAY

– C U F –

TC OUT

ON

OFF

TCG

TCG/TCR

Select whether or not to display the time code setting and counter indication on the LCD monitor when the power is turned OFF.

ON: Display setting and indication while the power is turned OFF.

OFF: Power-down LCD monitor while camera power is turned OFF.

Setting and indication disabled.

Select the time code to be output to the time code output connector.

TCG:Always output time code generator value.

TCG/TCR:

Display time code generator value in recording mode, and time code reader value in playback mode.

– C U F –

TC DISP SEL 30F

24F

Select the display format for the time code frame digits. (For 1080-59.94i or

480-59.94i only ) For details, refer to

[Recording time code and user bits]

(page 56).

30F: Display time code frame digits in 30 frames.

24F: Convert time code frame digits into

24 frames for display.

– C U F –

TC VIDEO

SYNCRO

0

1

2

3

For setting to correct the time code according to the delay of video signals.

0:

Do not correct.

1:

To delay the time code to be input according to the timing of the video images.

2:

To forward the time code to be output according to the timing of the video images.

3:

To delay the time code to be input and forward the time code to be output, respectively, according to the timing of the video images.

For details, refer to [Externally Locking the Time Code] (page 61).

– C U F –

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

REC REVIEW

REGEN

ON

OFF

– C U F –

Remarks

For selecting whether the time code is regenerated to the value on the P2 card or not, when subsequent recording starts after setting the RET SW item on the SW MODE screen to R.REVIEW and pressing the RET button on the lens or the USER button on the unit on which the RET SW function is assigned.

ON:

The time code is regenerated to the value on the tape.

OFF: The time code is not regenerated.

UMID SET/INFO

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

Remarks

COUNTRY NO-INFO Input the user’s country. NO-INFO is displayed until the input completes.

– C U F –

ORGANIZATION NO-INFO

Input the user’s organisation or company name. NO-INFO is displayed

– C U F –

until the input completes.

USER NO-INFO Input the user name. NO-INFO is displayed until the input completes.

– C U F –

DEVICE

NODE

Indicate the product ID number.

– – – – –

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Note

Please refer to [Setting UMID Information] (page 66) for the

UMID information setting.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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FILE

SD CARD READ/WRITE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

R.SELECT

1

:

– – – F –

8

READ

Remarks

Select the file number to read out.

Read out the data from the SD memory card.

– – – – –

W.SELECT

1

:

– – – F –

8

Select the file number to write in.

WRITE

Write the camera-recorder’s menu data to the SD memory card.

– – – – –

CARD

CONFIG

Format the SD memory card.

– – – – –

TITLE READ

– – – – –

TITLE1 - 8

¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢¢

– – – – –

Read out the title of the data recorded on the SD memory card.

Up to 8 letters can be set for the title name.

‹

Note

For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the respective items for SD CARD READ/WRITE are executed, since it does not access an SD memory card.

Set PC MODE to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.

SD CARD R/W SELECT

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

SYSTEM

MODE R/W

ON

OFF

– – – F –

Remarks

Specify whether or not to use the settings for the options on the SYSTEM

MODE screen when data is read or written from or to SD memory cards.

ID READ/

WRITE

– – – F –

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the

CAMERA ID when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

USER MENU

SELECT R/W

– – – F –

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the

FILE MENU SELECT settings when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

SYSTEM

MENU R/W

ON

OFF

Specify whether or not to use the settings on all screens except the

SYSTEM MODE screen on the

SYSTEM SETTING page and the settings on the OPTION MENU page when data is read or written from or to

SD memory cards.

– – – F –

PAINT MENU

LEVEL R/W

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the adjusted values on the PAINT page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

– – – F –

PAINT MENU

SW(

„

) R/W

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the set values on the PAINT MENU page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

– – – F –

VF MENU

R/W

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the set values on the VF page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

– – – F –

CAM OPE

MENU R/W

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the set values on the CAM OPERATION page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

– – – F –

MAINTE

MENU R/W

ON

OFF

Select whether or not to include the set values on the MAINTENANCE page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

– – – F –

MAIN OPE

MENU R/W

ON

OFF

– – – F –

Select whether or not to include the set values on the MAIN OPERATION page when reading out or writing to the SD memory card.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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CAC FILE CARD READ

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CARD READ

SELECT

1

:

32

Remarks

For selecting the number for performing the color astigmatism correction data operation (READ/DELETE) that is recorded on the SD memory card.

– – – F –

READ

– – – – –

DELETE

For reading the CAC FILE from the SD memory card. When this is selected, the display moves to the FILE READ screen.

For deleting the CAC FILE on the SD memory card

– – – – –

TITLE READ

For reading the name of the CAC FILE on the SD memory card

– – – – –

TITLE

SCROLL

1

:

25

For scrolling the CAC files on the SD memory card. Select this with the cursor, press the JOG dial button, and then turn the JOG dial button to scroll the CAS files.

– – – – –

01 - 32 For indicating the file names of 01 to 32 up to 27 characters

– – – – –

FILE READ screen

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

TITLE

YES

NO (CANCEL)

MEM STORE

NO

TITLE

SCROLL

01 - 32

EMPTY

1

:

32

1

:

25

Remarks

The name of the CAC File selected in the READ item of the CAC FILE CARD is displayed.

The CAC files that are read from the SD memory card are recorded in the built-in memory of the unit.

The CAC files read from the SD memory card are not recorded in the built-in memory of the unit.

EMPTY: When data are recorded in built-in memory of the unit, the system searches vacant spaces to record the data.

1 - 32:

Data are recorded with the selected number. If any CAC

FILE has already been recorded with that number, data are overwritten.

The CAC files in built-in memory of the unit are scrolled. Select this item using the cursor, and press the JOG dial button and then turn the JOG dial button to scroll the CAC files.

The file names from 01 to 32 are displayed with up to 27 characters.

LENS FILE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

FILE NO.

– – – F –

1

:

8

READ

Remarks

Select the lens file number.

Read the lens file data.

– – – – –

WRITE

Write the lens file data.

– – – – –

RESET ALL

For resetting the all data of the lens file.

– – – – –

TITLE1 - 8

¢¢¢¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢¢¢

– – – – –

Up to 12 letters can be set for the title name.

LENS FILE CARD R/W

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CARD FILE

SELECT

– – – F –

1

:

8

READ

Remarks

For selecting the number of the lens file in the SD memory card.

For reading the lens file data from the

SD memory card.

– – – – –

WRITE For writing the lens file data into the SD memory card.

– – – – –

TITLE READ For reading the title of the lens file in the

SD memory card.

– – – – –

TITLE1 - 8

¢¢¢¢¢¢¢

¢¢¢¢¢

– – – – –

For setting a title consisting of not more than 12 characters.

‹

Note

For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the respective items of LENS FILE CARD R/W are executed, since it does not access an SD memory card. Set PC

MODE to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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SCENE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

READ USER

DATA

Remarks

Read out the data from the user area in the memory.

– – – – –

SCENE SEL 1

:

– – – F –

4

Select the scene file.

READ

Read the scene file.

– – – – –

WRITE

Write the scene file.

– – – – –

RESET

– – – – –

TITLE 1-4

– – – – –

Reset the scene file values to the initial values.

Create the scene file title.

‹

Note

For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the READ

USER DATA item is executed, since it does not access an

SD memory card. Set PC MODE to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.

INITIALIZE

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

READ

FACTORY

DATA

Remarks

The menu (MAIN MENU, OPTION

MENU) values are all reset to factory settings.

‹

Note

The settings for the following are not reset to the factory-set values.

z z z z

Scene file

User data

Lens file

Black shading data

– – – – –

WRITE USER

DATA

– – – – –

Save the user preference menu data in the camera’s internal memory.

‹

Note

For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the READ

FACTORY DATA item is executed, since it does not access an SD memory card. Set PC MODE to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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MAINTENANCE

SYSTEM CHECK

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

COLOR

CHECK

ON

OFF

– – – – –

Remarks

ON/OFF switching for checking proper operation of the camera-recorder.

The RGB level in the area around the center of the screen is indicated in the viewfinder to show whether each signal is successfully communicated from the optical channel to the digital channel and processed.

LENS ADJ

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

F2.8 ADJ ON

OFF

Remarks

The iris is only set to F2.8 when this item set to ON. (Adjustment to F2.8 will be executed on the lens)

– – – – –

F16 ADJ ON

OFF

– – – – –

The iris is only set to F16 when this item set to ON. (Adjustment to F16 will be executed on the lens )

BLACK SHADING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CORRECT ON

OFF

Remarks

ON/OFF switching for digital black shading compensation.

– C U F R

DETECTION

(DIG)

– – – – –

Execute digital black shading compensation.

WHITE SHADING

LENS FILE ADJ

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

RB GAIN

CTRL RESET

ON

OFF

– – – F –

Remarks

ON:

The gains of Rch and Bch adjusted in <RB GAIN

CONTROL> screen are reset.

Furthermore, the flare levels of

Rch, Gch and Bch that are adjusted on <RGB BLACK

CONTROL> screen are reset.

OFF: The gains of Rch and Bch adjusted in <RB GAIN

CONTROL> screen areenabled.

Furthermore, the flare levels of

Rch, Gch and Bch that are adjusted on <RGB BLACK

CONTROL> screen are enabled.

LENS R GAIN

OFFSET

– – – F –

–200

:

+000

:

+200

For compensating Rch sensitivity of the lens used.

For compensating Bch sensitivity of the lens used.

LENS B GAIN

OFFSET

– – – F –

–200

:

+000

:

+200

LENS R

FLARE

– – – F –

000

:

100

LENS G

FLARE

000

:

100

For adjusting the flare level of Rch.

For adjusting the flare level of Gch.

– – – F –

LENS B

FLARE

– – – F –

000

:

100

For adjusting the flare level of Bch.

z Data adjusted on the LENS FILE ADJ screen can be stored on an SD memory card as a lens file.

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CORRECT

ON

OFF

– C U F R

R H SAW

R H PARA

R V SAW

R V PARA

G H SAW

G H PARA

G V SAW

G V PARA

B H SAW

B H PARA

B V SAW

B V PARA

–255

:

+000

:

+255

Remarks

ON/OFF switching for white shading compensation.

For executing the white shading compensation manually.

The sawteeth-shaped waveform and the parabola waveform of the respective

RGB channels are adjusted in the horizontal direction and the vertical direction.

– – – F –

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CAC ADJ

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CAC

CONTROL

ON

OFF

Remarks

ON: The color astigmatism correction is performed.

OFF: The color astigmatism correction is not performed.

– – U F R

CAC FILE

DELETE

– – – – –

CAC FILE NO. 1

– – – – –

TITLE

SCROLL

:

32

1

:

25

The color astigmatism correction file that is recorded in built-in memory of the unit and selected in the CAC FILE No item is deleted.

To delete the color astigmatism correction file from the CAC FILE

DELETE item, select the color astigmatism correction file to be deleted.

The color astigmatism correction files are scrolled. Select this item by using the cursor, and press the JOG dial button and then turn the JOG dial button to scroll the CAC files.

– – – – –

01 - 32

– – – – –

The first 27 characters of the names of the color astigmatism correction files 01 to 32 are displayed.

DIAGNOSTIC1

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

CAMSOFT

MAIN

Remarks

Displays the version of the main software for the camera microprocessor.

– – – – –

CAM TABLE Display the table version.

– – – – –

PULSE FPGA

– – – – –

UCIF FPGA

Displays the version of the program for driving the CCD.

Displays the version of the program for the microprocessor interface FPGA.

– – – – –

FM FPGA

– – – – –

CHAR FPGA

– – – – –

DC FPGA

Displays the version of the program for the frame memory control FPGA.

Displays the version of the program for the HD signal I/O control FPGA.

Displays the version of the program for the SD signal I/O control FPGA.

– – – – –

DIAGNOSTIC2

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

SYSCON

SOFT

Remarks

Display the software version for the system control microprocessor.

– – – – –

LCD SOFT

– – – – –

P2CS OS

– – – – –

P2CS AP

Display the software version for the LCD microprocessor.

Display the OS version for the streaming controller.

Display the application version for the streaming controller.

– – – – –

SH4CTRL

FPGA

– – – – –

PRCCTRL

FPGA

– – – – –

SYSIF FPGA

Display the program version for the streaming control FPGA.

Displays the version of the program for the prerecording control FPGA.

Display the program version for the serial interface FPGA.

– – – – –

SDI IN FPGA

– – – – –

AVC-I SOFT

– – – – –

AVC-I FPGA

Displays the version of the program for the SDI board FPGA (optional).

Display the control software version of the AVC-I board.

Display the FPGA program version of the AVC-I board.

– – – – –

HOURS METER

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

OPERATION

Remarks

Display total hours the camera power has been turned ON.

– – – – –

P.ON TIMES Display total number of times the power switch has been turned ON.

– – – – –

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OPTION MENU

OPTION

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

ENG

SECURITY

ON

OFF

Remarks

Select whether or not to prohibit opening the menu screen.

ON: Menu screen cannot be opened.

Please consult your distributor to release the setting.

OFF: Menu screen can be opened.

– – – – –

FRAME RATE

UB

FRM RATE

MENU

For setting the user bits to record when the video system is set to 24P or 24PA.

For details, refer to [Recording time code and user bits] (page 56).

FRM RATE:

For recording the shooting information

(frame rate etc.) of the camera.

MENU: This follows the settings in the

UB MODE item and the VITC

UB MODE item of <TC/UB> screen. However, the camera recording information is always recorded when recording in

Native mode.

– C – – –

This is the menu for expanding the

DVCPRO connector.

Use with DFLT in normal operation.

1394 CONFIG DFLT(000)

001

:

255

– C – – –

1394 GAP

COUNT

0

:

40

– C – – –

:

63

AUDIO OUT

DELAY

DELAYED

THROUGH

For setting the interval between packets.

– C – – –

FAN MODE

– – – – –

OFF

AUTO

Select whether or not to delay audio, headphone and speaker outputs.

DELAYED:

Delay audio output in synchronisation with video output.

THROUGH:

Output audio input without delay. This setting prevents echo effect between the sound source and audio output when the sound source is near the camera-recorder.

For setting the operation mode of the fan

OFF: The fan always stops.

AUTO:The fan will run automatically when the temperature in the unit increases.

‹

Note

Once the power is turned off, this will always be set to "AUTO" whenever the power is turned on. If the unit is operated as the fan stops, the temperature in the unit will increase, and data may not record or play back properly. Use the unit after setting this item to "AUTO" for normal operation.

AREA SETTING

Items/

Data Saved

Adjustable

Range

AREA

SELECT

NTSC

NTSC (J)

PAL

Remarks

NTSC:

Any NTSC color TV standard other than Japan is selected.

NTSC (J): Japan color TV standard is

PAL:

selected.

PAL color TV standard is selected.

– – – – –

„

AREA SET

– C – – –

The settings for the area selected in the

AREA SELECT item are applied. For details, refer to [

Color TV Standard

Settings (Settings for frame frequency) ]

(page 13).

The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.

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