Craftsman 37948 Lawn Mower User Manual

NTSC
Digital Camcorder
DSR-500WS
*Optional items are included.
ince the introduction of Sony’s DSR-300 DVCAM Camcorder in 1998,
shooter such as video journalists have been able to acquire their
footage quickly and easily, because the required functionality and
performance was packed into this camcorder.
Meanwhile, the next generation widescreen TVs have been introduced in the
industry and the demand to produce video material in widescreen (16:9) has
greatly increased not only in the professional broadcasting market, but also in
the event production and corporate communications area.
Now Sony introduces the DSR-500WS Widescreen Digital Camcorder as part
of Sony’s DVCAM camcorder line-up. The DSR-500WS offers outstanding
picture quality by adopting full Digital Signal Processing and three 2/3-inch
Power HAD WS™ CCDs which have been specifically designed for a 16:9
aspect ratio, switchable to 4:3.
Inheriting most of the functions of the DSR-300, the DSR-500WS extends
the mobility, operational convenience and system flexibility with a range of
peripheral products. Furthermore, the built-in digital output of the
i.LINK™ interface for backup and simple field editing is introduced with
the DSR-500WS.
The DSR-500WS can be used for a wide variety of field acquisition applications
including video journalist, event photographer, news gathering for
broadcasting and more.
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True Digital Camcorder
The DSR-500WS is a “True Digital Camcorder”. The signal is maintained in the
digital domain. This allows for higher image quality, free of artifacts and the
loss of resolution typical of multiple A/D and D/A conversion. This is a major
advantage for the user.
■ Camera Section with Full Digital Processing
■ Component Digital Transfer from Camera to the Recorder
■ Digital Recording
Other
Digital
Camcorders
Sony
DVCAM
Camcorders
DSP
Camera Digital
Analog
Camera
Head
Analog
Digital
VTR
Digital
VTR
DSP
Camera Analog
Head
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Digital
VTR
Widescreen Switchable Camcorder
By incorporating 16:9 wide aspect CCD, the DSR-500WS
can offer a superb widescreen picture quality,
and conventional 4:3 aspect picture with
aspect switching capability.
Power HAD WS CCD
The DSR-500WS is equipped with
three 2/3-inch Power HAD WS IT
CCDs with a high packing density
of 520,000 pixels (total)/ 480,000
pixels (effective). Since the CCD is
originally designed for the 16:9
aspect ratio, with a capability to be
switched to 4:3, high quality images can be obtained in the 16:9 mode
with virtually no image loss. High sensitivity of F11 (at 2000 lx, 3200K),
remarkable signal to noise ratio of 63 dB, high resolution of 700 TV lines
and a low vertical smear level of -120 dB are achieved.
Compact and Lightweight Camcorder
The DSR-500WS is remarkably compact and lightweight for
professional use.
Notes: The 700 lines of horizontal resolution at 16:9 aspect ratio are actually
equivalent to 930 lines, which are converted by 4:3 aspect ratio camera
measurement.
16:9 and 4:3 Switchable
Thanks to the adoption of the new wide aspect CCDs and digital signal
processing, the DSR-500WS can operate in both 16:9 widescreen and
conventional 4:3 mode without any conversion equipment. Furthermore, at the
16:9 mode, both the 16:9 and the 4:3 safety zone shooting are possible on this
viewfinder.
16:9 ID Pulse
When shooting 16:9 images, the DSR-500WS automatically adds a wide aspect
ID pulse signal, which indicates that the picture is shot in 16:9 aspect ratio,
through the video output signal. The information of 16:9 is also recorded onto
the Video Auxiliary (VAUX) area in the DVCAM tape, together with video signals.
DXF-701WS
Compact and Lightweight
The DXF-701WS is
a high resolution,
1.5-inch black and white
viewfinder with a 16:9
aspect capability. With the
DXF-701WS, the viewfinder
scanning aspect ratio is automatically
changed according to the camera aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9),
as shown in (A) and (B).
By adopting high-density circuit boards and a smaller recording head drum,
the DSR-500WS is remarkably small. It weighs only 6.3 kg (13.9 lb 14.2 oz)
including a lens, viewfinder, tape, lithium-ion battery and microphone.
(A): 4:3 mode
Compact and Lightweight BP-L40 Lithium-ion Battery
The Sony BP-L40 is a compact Lithium-ion battery for professional use, which
is designed to match the body height of the DSR-500WS. It has a high charge
capability in a small and light package, providing continuous camcorder
operation for up to approximately 70
minutes.
Since Lithium-ion batteries do not suffer
from a “memory effect”, they do not have to
be fully discharged to recharge to their full
power capacity.
Notes: The Sony BP-L60A/L90A can also be
used with the DSR-500WS.
The Sony NP-1B and the BP-90A
NiCd Batteries can also be attached
to the DSR-500WS using the Sony
DC-L1 and DC-L90 respectively.
Anton Bauer batteries can be used
with an adapter.
(B): 16:9 mode
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Low Power Consumption
DynaLatitude™ Functions
The DSR-500WS camera head consumes only 24 W. A maximum of
approximately 70 minutes recording time can be achieved with one fully charged
BP-L40 Lithium-ion battery.
The DSR-500WS also uses the DynaLatitude process, a unique feature based on
the TruEye system. DynaLatitude minimizes video level distortion based on
video signal histograms in order to utilize the limited dynamic range of the video
signal standard by adaptively managing the contrast of each pixel. The
DynaLatitude feature brings a new dimension to other technologies such as
Dynamic Contrast Control (DCC).
Notes: A fully charged BP-L60A lasts for up to approximately 140 minutes of
recording time. A fully charged BP-L90A lasts for up to approximately
230 minutes of recording time.
Compact Crew Package with the new carrying cases
For acquisition, you need a compact crew package. The Sony LC-DS300SFT is
a soft carrying case exclusively designed for the DVCAM Camcorder. With
several outsides and inside pockets, it can hold shooting accessories such as
batteries, a battery charger, wireless receiver, and other items as well as the
DSR-500WS with a lens, VF and microphone attached. The case is easy to
carry, using the robust shoulder belt; a single person can transport all the
required equipment. The LC-DS500 hard-type carrying case will be available in
the future.
Conventional Camera
DSR-500WS (DynaLatitude)
Skin Detail with Auto Detection of Active Area
The Skin Detail function of the DSR-500WS gives the subject a pleasing facial
complexion, while maintaining the sharpness of other areas. The designated
active area of Skin Detail can be set by simply adjusting the Area Detect Cursor
on the viewfinder screen and using the SKIN SET button on the camera’s side
panel. The color range of the Skin Detail active area and Skin Detail level can
also be set from the viewfinder menu, and it is capable of color and detail
corrections within the full range of the visible spectrum.
Integrated Digital Processing Camera
The DSR-500WS captures superior pictures by adopting full
Digital Signal Processing (DSP).
10-bit A/D DSP (Digital Signal Processing) LSI
Like the DSR-300 DVCAM
Camcorder, the DSR-500WS
includes 10-bit DSP LSI,
technology that delivers one of
the best picture performances in
the industry. The DSR-500WS
also incorporates innovative
camera features such as TruEye™
and DynaLatitude™ technologies.
Black Stretch and Compress
Contrast in the black area of the image can be variably adjusted using the Black
Stretch/Compress Control function. Black Stretch emphasizes contrast in the
dark area, while Black Compress enhances or deepens darkness.
Convenient and Comfortable Camcorder
The DSR-500WS offers a combination of comfort, operational
convenience and simplicity.
TruEye™ Process
The TruEye function is Sony’s term for innovative digital signal processing
technology. In conventional RGB analog or digital processing, some non-linear
signal processing takes place after gamma correction, such as white clip and
knee correction, and can result in hue factor distortion - a phenomenon that is
particularly obvious in extreme high-light conditions. This problem is virtually
eliminated by the TruEye process, which manages video signal data at three level
-brightness, hue and saturation - exactly as the human eye works. The result is
reproduced images with a wide dynamic range and without hue distortion.
DynaFit™ Shoulder Pad
The DSR-500WS is equipped with a
“DynaFit” shoulder pad, which is
made of a shape-memory material.
This innovative shoulder pad does
not require forward/backward
adjustment. It comfortably molds to
any shoulder without slipping,
maintaining a very good balance, free
of painful pressure points common to
harder shoulder pads.
Selectable Built-in Filters
Conventional Camera
The DSR-500WS has four built-in filters: 3200 K/3000 K (switchable via the
viewfinder menu), 5600 K, 5600 K+ 1/8 and 5600 K+ 1/64. This four-filter
construction is the same as used in the Sony 2/3-inch cameras such as the
DXC-D30, and makes the DSR-500WS suitable for use under virtually any
lighting condition.
DSR-500WS (TruEye)
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Video Light Connector for Anton Bauer Ultralight 2
Pool Feed Operation
An optional Anton Bauer Ultralight 2 can
be directly attached to the DSR-500WS
using the video light connector. This
system is powered from the camcorder’s
attached battery. Light ON/OFF can be
controlled manually or can be
synchronized automatically with the REC
start function of the DSR-500WS. The
LIGHT switch located on the front-right
side of the camcorder can set this to
manual or automatic control.
When only a few cameramen are delegated to a press conference, the
DSR-500WS can be configured as a recorder through the analog composite
input. This is called “Pool Feed Operation”. The optional DSBK-501 Analog
Composite Input Board must be installed.
CA-WR855 Camera Adaptor (for the WRR-855A)
Dual Zebra
The DSR-500WS has two simultaneous types of zebra patterns - ‘ZEBRA 1’ and
‘ZEBRA 2’. ‘ZEBRA 1’ can be set within a range of 70 IRE to 90 IRE, in 1 IRE steps.
‘ZEBRA 2’ provides a zebra pattern in any area with a more than 100% video level.
Easy Operation Camcorder
A wireless receiver case has been developed
specifically to accommodate the Sony
WRR-855A Wireless Receiver.
The Sony CA-WR855 Camera Adaptor attaches
directly to the DSR-500WS via a V-shoe
attachment and a direct audio/power connection
interface. A Lithium-ion battery can also be
directly attached to the rear panel of the
CA-WR855 via the V-shoe attachment. This
allows easy battery replacement even when the
WRR-855A is mounted.
To ensure the best possible results with simple operation, the
DSR-500WS incorporates:
Total Level Control System (TLCS)
If incoming light is outside the range of the automatic Iris Control (either above
or below), the DSR-500WS is still able to achieve correct picture exposure by
using the Iris Control in combination with Auto Gain Control (AGC) and CCD AE
(Auto Exposure, uses variable CCD shutter speeds). This is called the Total
Level Control System (TLCS), which ensures ease of operation for this high-end
professional camera while also maintaining low-noise characteristics.
Setup Data Management
■ Camera Setup Files — Eight Setup Files
Programmable
DSR-500WS
The DSR-500WS is equipped with a convenient VF (Viewfinder) Menu
System; a control menu with superimposed characters on the VF screen.
When the SETUP switch is set to FILE position, a total of eight setup files can
be used with the dedicated VF Menu System. Five Factory Preset Files are
set by Sony to accommodate the five most common lighting situations, such
as STANDARD, HIGH SATURATION and FLUORESCENT.
In addition, three User Files allow the operator to custom set camera
parameters, to match particular shooting situations.
AE
Conventional Camera
Auto Iris
Programmable
AGC
Auto Iris
Auto Tracing White Balance (ATW)
In the DSR-500WS, tracing of the white area in Auto Tracing White Balance
mode (ATW) is extremely fast enough to meet professional demands. This also
improves the accuracy of the white balance adjustment.
■ SetupNavi™ — Camera Setup File Storage
The DSR-500WS Camcorder has the SetupNavi function to store the User
Files or Factory Preset Files of the DSR-500WS directly onto VAUX (Video
Auxiliary) data territory of the DVCAM cassette tape. The data can be stored
on and recalled from the DVCAM tape via the VF Menu System.
■ SetupLog™ — Automatic Recording of Camera Data
Information of the most relevant DSR-500WS setting
parameters for every shot is automatically recorded onto
the VAUX area of DVCAM cassette tapes. This is called
the SetupLog function. It is useful for the camera
operator not only when the same shot has to be re-taken,
but also when re-shooting or operating conditions have
to be checked during a particular shoot.
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EZ Mode
The camera can be instantly set to a standard or auto position simply by
pressing the EZ Mode button. The DSR-500WS has a choice of two EZ Modes STANDARD or CUSTOM. When set to CUSTOM EZ Mode, the camera setting is
changed in accordance with the user selected menu setting.
High Quality DVCAM Recorder
Based on the DVCAM format, the DSR-500WS delivers high
quality, efficient recording.
EZ Focus
DVCAM Recording Format
EZ Focus is a function to help the user focus precisely without stopping down
the lens. Pushing the EZ Focus button automatically opens the iris so that the
depth of field is reduced, making critical focusing easier. At the same time, the
electronic shutter is automatically set to obtain the correct light level. The EZ
Focus function is overridden while recording.
The Sony DVCAM recording format has superior video and audio quality and
reliability for professional use. The 8-bit component digital recording with a 5:1
compression ratio and sampling at the rate of 4:1:1 provides superior picture
quality, a superb multi-generation capability and excellent production flexibility.
It is also capable of playing back the consumer DV format, which is one of the
great advantages of the DVCAM format.
Menu Control by Jog Dial Operation
Long Recording Time (maximum 184 minutes)
The DSR-500WS incorporates a jog dial that
controlls the viewfinder menu. The user
simply selects his or her desired menu item
and sets the value by easy, one-fingered jog
dial operation. This jog dial means fewer
control button/switches are required on the
camcorder, and therefore contributes to the
unit’s simple operation.
The DSR-500WS boasts remarkably long recording time. Both mini cassettes
(PDVM series) and standard cassettes (PDV series) can be used with the
DSR-500WS. In using the PDV-184ME (Standard cassette) the DSR-500WS
provides a maximum recording time of 184 minutes.
Digital Output of i.LINK™* interface
The DSR-500WS adopts a 6-pin i.LINK interface (DV output only) for digital
signal output. It enables a back-up recording of DV and DVCAM VTRs with just
one i.LINK cable. The i.LINK cable carries digital video/audio signals and
control signals simultaneously. When the DSR-500WS is connected to the Sony
DSR-70 Field Editor, simple field editing can also be done on the DSR-70
operational panel. (The DSR-500WS is set up as a feeder.) This digital output is
convertible to a SDI signal using the Sony BKNW-25 DV Interface Box.
New Switch Guard
A new Switch Guard is
provided with the
DSR-500WS to prevent
mis-operation of the EZ
Mode, AUTO IRIS Mode and
ATW buttons. It is a door
flip type so that you can
open the door and easily
access to the EZ Mode /
AUTO IRIS /ATW buttons if
needed. The guard has five
tiny holes for the operator to
see the LED indicators for
the buttons while shooting.
* i.LINK stands for IEEE 1394-1995 standards and their revisions.
is the logo for products that implement i.LINK.
26-pin VTR Interface Capability
With the 26-pin VTR interface, the DSR-500WS can feed live camera output
signals to an external recorder. This function enables parallel recording or backup recording by using an external VTR.
Depending on the external VTR
connected to the DSR-500WS, camera
output signals can be selected from
component*/VBS or Y/C signals by
using the EXT VTR OUTPUT switch on
the operational panel.
Notes: Playback of analog component
output is not provided.
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ClipLink data can be quickly uploaded to a Sony EditStation system from
DVCAM VTRs, so that usable shots can be easily selected using only visual
ClipLink information displayed on the EditStation GUI. The ClipLink system
eliminates the task of loading all the shots on tape onto the EditStation system.
Edit Search
The DSR-500WS incorporates an Edit Search function. Its control button is
located on the side panel to allow easy access while shooting.
Freeze Mix Function
With conventional cameras, when the camera operator needs to shoot a subject
in the same framework as that of a previously recorded subject, it is very difficult
to perfectly re-position the subject. With the DSR-500WS, a picture previously
recorded on the DVCAM tape can be superimposed on the viewfinder screen, so
that the camera operator can easily frame or re-position the subject just as in the
previous shot. Combined with the SetupLog function, a retake shot is a breeze.
Mark Mode
Scene #1
Take #1
Scene #2
Take #1
Scene #3
Take #1
Rec out
Rec in
Mark-in
(Auto)
Mark-in
(Man)
Mark-out
(Man)
Mark-in
(Man)
NG/OK
Index
Pic. 1
Rec in
The DSR-500WS offers Sony’s unique and
convenient ClipLink* operation.
Cue
Mark-in
(Man)
Mark-out
(Man)
Mark-out
(Auto)
NG/OK
NG/OK
Index
Pic. 2
Cue Mode
ClipLink™ Feature
Mark-out
(Man)
Index
Pic. 3
Scene #1
Take #1
Cue
Cue
Cue
Cue
Mark-in
(Auto)
Rec out
Mark-out
(Auto)
NG/OK
Index
Pic. 1
ClipLink Operation
ClipLink Data
RM-LG1
DVCAM Tape
IN
OUT
00:01:01
00:03:15
00:05:23
00:07:20
00:18:21
00:20:13
The Sony RM-LG1 Remote Control Unit is specifically
designed for the remote control of ClipLink and VTR REC
operations. It has two switches, which can be assigned
by the operator from four choices: VTR, MARK,
CUE or NG.
00:28:21
00:29:32
Note*: For the DSR-500WS, IP (Index Picture)
recording is optional.
When the DSR-500WS is configured
with the optional DSBK-301A,
IP recording is available.
ClipLink System
The ClipLink system is a comprehensive shooting information and image
management system necessary for the total digital production process, ranging
from acquisition to editing. The ClipLink system in combination with new Sony
digital video products such as the DSR-130/DSR-300/DSR-500WS Camcorder,
the Digital VTRs (DSR-85/80/70/60) and the EditStation™ systems (ES-7/ES-3)
enhances the productivity and operating efficiency throughout the entire video
production process.
Other Features
ClipLink Operation
Two types of useful information designated ClipLink data are automatically
generated while shooting. One is Index Picture which is a digitally miniaturized
picture of the video image of the “IN” point of each shot - the MARK IN point.
Index Pictures are recorded on DVCAM tape. The other is shot information
needed for the editing process, such as the reel number, scene number, take
number, time code of the MARK IN/ MARK OUT point, and OK/NG status. This
reference data is stored in the cassette memory of the DVCAM cassette tape.
Scene Files from the RCP-TX7
With the optional Sony RCP-TX7 Remote Control Panel with powerful remote
capabilities, 16 scene files can be created and stored. Almost all the parameters
for DSP functions and camera set-up can be stored into a scene files, and the
most suitable file for each shooting situation can be instantly recalled using the
menu button on the RCP-TX7.
With Personal Computers
The REMOTE connector (10-pin) of the DSR-500WS for the RM-M7G is
designed in accordance with the RS-232C standard. This allows the
DSR-500WS to be remotely controlled from an external personal computer with
the proper Sony protocol.
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BC-L50 Lithium-ion Battery Charger
RM-VJ1 Remote Control Unit
The Sony BC-L50 is a battery charger which can
be used with Lithium-ion battery packs such as
the BP-L40. This compact and easy to carry
unit quickly charges up to two Lithium-ion
batteries and use a unique new time-saving
charging system.
The Sony RM-VJ1 Remote Control Unit is an exclusive accessory
for the DSR-300/500WS, which directly connects to the
camcorder via a CCA-7-7A cable. This compact, mobile and
highly reliable remote controller with a professional microphone
and a hand-held LCD screen enhances the operational
convenience for one-person operation.
Compact and Lightweight
The BC-L50 has a retractable foot and a carrying handle. The foot can be
used to stabilize the unit during battery charging. The handle can be used when
carrying the unit. Both the foot and the handle retract into the unit when
not in use.
Charge Progress Indicator
The BC-L50 has charge indicators which flash or
light to indicate the status of up to two installed
battery packs.
Hand-held Monitor
The RM-VJ1 has a 2.5-inch color TFT LCD
monitor for framing or composing a shot. The
LCD has a brightness control and monitor hood
for field use. Moreover, a LCD back light OFF
switch is available for saving power.
New Charging System
When charging two battery packs at the same time, the BC-L50 begins to charge
the second pack when the first is 80% charged. Conventional charging systems
only start to charge the second pack when the first is 100% charged. With the
BC-L50, battery packs are charged in less time than before, thanks to this unique
new charging system.
●Conventional charging system
(charging two BP-L40s)
100%
80%
High Quality Microphone
The microphone is Omni-Directional for superior sound quality. Sony Lavaliere
Microphones (ECM-44BC/55BC/77BC) can be connected to the RM-VJ1 in
place of the built-in microphone for added flexibility.
0%
70min.
80min.
Charge battery pack 1
(150min)
70min.
80min.
Charge battery pack 2
(150min)
∗Charging of battery pack 2 starts
after battery pack1 is 100% charged.
Total:300min.
Remote Control of Camcorder Functions
REC Start/Stop, REC Review and TAKE and NG
marking for ClipLink operation can be controlled
with the RM-VJ1. In addition, remote Zoom/Focus
control* is possible when a lens with the
Interactive Technology function is attached
to the unit via 12-pin connector.
These lenses are newly developed from
CANON and Fujinon.
●New charging system of BC-L50
(charging two BP-L40s)
100%
80%
0%
70min.
Chage battery
pack 1
70min.
Chage battery
pack 2
80min.
Chage battery pack
1&2 at the same time.
Total:220min.
Note*: The optional lens cable as a service
part (No. 1-790-779-11) is prepared
from Sony to accommodate Zoom control
for the other lens like VCL-918BY, etc.
∗Charging of battery pack 2 starts when battery pack 1 is 80%
charged. When battery pack 2 is 80% charged. simultaneous
charging of both battery packs up to 100% starts, This allows
two battery packs to be charged in less time than previously.
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Anton Bauer
Ultralight 2
DSBK-501
(Analogu Composite Input Board)
* For the DXF-41/51 installation, the optional accessory shoe kit is required.
DXF-41/51
* For the DXF-41 connection, the transformation cable is needed.
(Large ViewFinder)
DSBK-301A
(Index Picture Board)
RM-LG1
(Remote Control Unit)
Carrying Cases
LC-DS300SFT (Soft Carrying Case)
WRR-855A
(Wireless microphone receiver)
Stereo mini
2-pin
Li-ion battery
BP-L60A
or BP-L90A
DSR-500WS
CA-WR855
(Camera Adapter)
DXF-701WS
(Standard viewfinder)
DC-L1
BP-L40
(Li-ion Battery)
(Option lens)
XLR
4-pin
CCQX-3
NP-1B
XLR
4-pin
DC-L90
BP-90A
CMA-8A or
AC-550
(AC Power Adaptor)
i.LINK
6-pin
AC-DN1* or AC-DN2A
(AC adapter)
VCT-U14 (Tripod Adaptor)
* It can not be used with
Anton Bauer light
BNC
10-pin
26-pin
LCR-1
(Rain Cover)
DV out ONLY
Battery Chargers
or
CCA-7-7A
cable
LC-DS500
(Hard Carrying Case)
CCA-7-7A*
cable
CCA-7*
cable
CCZ-A
cable
i.LINK
6-pin
DSR-70
26-pin
BNC
10-pin
10-pin
BC-L50
(Charger for
BP-L40/L60/L60A/
L90/L90A)
BC-L100
(Charger for
BP-L40/L60/L60A/
L90/L90A,or NP-1B/
BP-90A in DC-L1/L90)
BC-1WD
(Charger for NP-1B)
BC-410
(Charger for
NP-1B or BP-90A)
10-pin
DVW-250 or BVW-50
(For simultaneous recording with DSR-500WS)
Picture
monitor
RM-M7G
RM-VJ1
RCP-TX7
* CCA-7-7A also can be connected.
DSR-500WSL
1
Camcorder DSR-500WS
Yes
2
Remote control unit RM-LG1
Yes
3
Viewfinder DXF-701WS (incl. Microphone holder)
Yes
4
Tripod adapter VCT-U14
Yes
5
External microphone
Yes
6
Flange back chart
Yes
7
Shoulder strap
Yes
1
4
3
7
5
2
10
6
RCP-TX7
RM-M7G
RM-LG1
RM-VJ1
CA-WR855
Remote Control Panel
Handy Remote Control Unit
Handy Remote Control Unit
Remote Control Unit
Camera Adapter for WRR-855A
WRR-855A
DSBK-301A
DSBK-501
ECM-670/672
CAC-12
UHF Synthesized Tuner
(Wireless microphone receiver)
Index Picture Board
Analog Composite Input Board
Electret Condenser Microphone
Microphone Holder
DXF-701WS
DXF-51
VCT-U14
BP-L40
BP-L60A
1.5” Viewfinder
5” B/W Viewfinder (When it is attached to the
DSR-500WS, an attachment kit (Service parts
No. A-8274-968-A) is required.)
Tripod Adapter
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
BP-L90A
NP-1B
BP-90A
DC-L1
DC-L90
Rechargeable Li-ion Battery Pack
NiCd Rechargeable Battery
NiCd Rechargeable Battery
Battery Case for an optional NP-1B
Battery Case for an optional BP-90A
BC-L50
BC-L100
CMA-8A
AC-550
AC-DN1
Battery Charger for
BP-L40/L60/L60A/L90/L90A
Battery Charger for
BP-L40/L60/L60A/L90/L90A/NP-1B/BP-90A
AC Power Adapter
AC Adapter
AC Adapter (for operation under 38W)
AC-DN2A
LC-DS300SFT
LC-DS500
LCR-1
VCL-918BY
AC Adapter (for operation under 150W)
Carrying Case (soft type)
Carrying Case (hard type)
Rain Cover
2/3” Format Lens
CCFD-3L
DV cable (6-pin with lock* - 4-pin)
CCF-3L
DV cable (6-pin with lock* - 6-pin)
YJ18x9B4 KAS-SS12
A19x8.7BRD-S28
W80Y-50
2/3” format lens with the Interactive
Technology function from Canon (x 18)
2/3” format lens with the Interactive
Technology function from Fujinon (x 19)
Wide Conversion Lens Adaptor for
VCL-918BY and YJ18xB4 (Canon)
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Note*: The connector on one end of the cable has a locking mechanism,
and is attached to a DV connector with the same locking mechanism,
such as the DSR-500WS.
DSR-500WS
General
Power requirements:
Power consumption:
Operating temperature:
Storage temperature:
Operating humidity:
Storage humidity:
Tape speed:
Recording/Playback time:
Fast forward/Rewind time:
Continuous recording time:
Mass:
Dimensions (w/h/d):
Camera part
Image device:
Optics:
Effective picture elements:
Total picture elements:
Sensing area:
Built-in filters:
Lens mount:
Signal system:
Scanning system:
Horizontal frequency:
Vertical frequency:
Sync system:
Horizontal resolution:
Vertical resolution:
Minimum illumination:
Sensitivity:
Gain selection:
Shutter speed selection:
Clear scan selection:
Signal-to-noise ratio:
Registration:
Geometric distortion:
VTR part
VIDEO PERFORMANCE
Band width:
S/N ratio (luminance):
K-factor (K2T, KPB):
Y/C delay
AUDIO PERFORMANCE
Frequency response:
Dynamic range:
Distortion (THD)
DC 12 V (11 to 17 V)
24.0 W (w/o VF), 26.1 W (w/ VF)
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
-20°C to 60°C (-4°F to 140°F)
Less than 85%
Less than 90%
28.193 mm/s
Standard size: 184 min. w/PDV184ME
Mini size:
40 min. w/PDVM40ME
Standard size: Approx. 12 min. w/PDV184ME
Mini size:
Approx. 3 min. w/PDVM40ME
Approx.
70 min. w/BP-L40
140 min. w/BP-L60A
230 min. w/BP-L90A
Approx. 3.7 kg (8.2 lb, 2.5 oz) for camera head only
Approx. 4.4 kg (9.7 lb, 11.2 oz) with VF and microphone
Approx. 5.8 kg (12.8 lb, 12.6 oz) with VF, microphone and lens
Approx. 6.3 kg (13.9 lb 14.2 oz) with VF, microphone, lens,
battery (BP-L40) and videocassette tape
121 x 192 x 280 mm (4 7/8 x 7 5/8 x 11 1/8 inches)
(without projections)
242 x 247 x 547 mm (9 5/8 x 9 3/4 x 21 5/8 inches)
(with projections)
3-chip 2/3-inch, Interline-Transfer CCD
F1.4 medium index prism system
980 x 494 (H x V)
1038 x 504 (H x V)
9.6 mm x 5.4 mm
1: 3200 K/3000 K
2: 5600 K+1/8ND
3: 5600 K
4: 5600 K+1/64ND
Sony 2/3-inch Bayonet mount
NTSC color system
2:1 interlaced, 525 lines, 60 fields/sec.
15.734 kHz
59.94 Hz
Internal and External with the VBS or BS signal
16:9 mode :
700TV lines
4:3 mode :
700TV lines
400TV lines (w/o EVS), 450TV lines (w/EVS)
0.5 lx with F1.4, Hyper gain (30 dB+DPR)*
0.8 lx with F1.8, Hyper gain (30 dB+DPR)*
F11 at 2000 lx (3200 K, 89.9% reflectance) (typical)
-3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 18 dB+DPR,
24 dB, 24 dB+DPR, Hyper Gain (30 dB+DPR)*
OFF, 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 sec
60.4 to 200.3 Hz
63 dB (typical)
0.05% (all zones, without lens)
Below measurable level
Luminance:
30 Hz to 5.0 MHz ± 1.0 dB
Chrominance: 30 Hz to 1.5 MHz +1.0/-5.0 dB
More than 55 dB
Less than 2.0%
Less than 30 nsec
INPUT/OUTOUT connectors
Signal inputs:
GENLOCK VIDEO IN:
BNC, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
TC IN:
BNC, 0.5 Vp-p to 18 Vp-p, 10 kΩ
EXT AUDIO CH-1/2
XLR 3-pin x 2 Female, -60dBu, 3 kΩ-/+4 dBu, 10 kΩ
MIC IN:
XLR 3-pin Female
ANALOG VIDEO IN:
BNC, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
(When the option board DSBK-501 is installed.)
Signal outputs:
VIDEO OUT:
BNC, 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω, 26-pin Male
VBS:
1.0 Vp-p, sync negative
Y/R-Y/B-Y:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative
R-Y/B-Y: 700 mVp-p
Y/C:
Y: 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative
C: 286 mVp-p (burst level)
DV OUT:
i.LINK, 6-pin IEEE1394-based
MONITOR OUT:
BNC, 1.0 Vp-p, sync negative, 75 Ω
TC OUT:
BNC, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
AUDIO CH-1/2:
RCA pin, -10 dBu, 47 kΩ
S-VIDEO:
DIN 4-pin, 1.0 Vp-p, 75 Ω
Others:
DC IN :
XLR 4-pin, Male
DC OUT:
4-pin, Female
BATTERY TERMINAL:
5-pin
EARPHONE:
Mini-jack
LIGHT OUT:
2-pin Female
WRR OUT:
7-pin
LENS:
12-pin
VF:
20-pin
REMOTE1:
Stereo mini
REMOTE2:
10-pin
<Notes>
* DPR is equivalent to +6 dB gain
18 dB+DPR:
24 dB+DRR:
Hyper Gain (30 dB+DPR):
up.
Equivalent to +24 dB
Equivalent to +30 dB
Equivalent to +36 dB
* The specifications of “Video/Audio performance” were measured by playing back material on
the DSR-85 (via analog component out) that had been recorded on the DSR-500WS.
* 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms
DSBK-501
Mass:
Dimensions:
approx. 22 g ( 0.7 oz)
54 mm x 47 mm (2 1/4 x 1 7/8 inches)
DSBK-301A
Mass:
Dimensions:
approx. 47 g (1.6 oz)
111 mm x 113 mm (4 3/8 x 4 1/2 inches)
LC-DS500
Mass:
Dimensions(w/h/d):
approx. 8 kg (17 lb 10 oz)
424 x 777 x 396 mm (16 3/4 x 30 5/8 x 15 5/8 inches)
LC-DS300SFT
Mass:
Dimensions(w/h/d):
approx. 3.5 kg (7 lb 11 oz)
220 x 300 x 620 mm (without projection)
(8 3/4 x 11 7/8 x 24 1/2 inches)
48 kHz:
20 Hz to 20 kHz +0.5/-1.0 dB
32 kHz:
20 Hz to 14.5 kHz +0.5/-1.0 dB
More than 80 dB
Less than 0.08% (1 kHz reference level, 48 kHz)
DSR-500WS Dimensions
547 (21 5/8)
247 (9 3/4)
121 (4 7/8)
192 (7 5/8)
242 (9 5/8)
280 (11 1/8)
Unit: mm (inches)
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