Guide to using the Sony HXR-NX5U

Guide to using the Sony HXR-NX5U
Guide to using the Sony HXR-NX5U
Adapted from the Guide to using the Sony HDR-AX2000
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Things to Remember:
If a menu item is "grayed" out, it means that that option is not available under the current recording condition.
DO NOT EXPOSE your camcorder's lens or LCD viewfinder to the sun for extended amount of time as it will
damage them. Be sure and use the Lens Hood and an LCD Hood if filming in sunny conditions. Temperature - The camcorder is not recommended in weather conditions below 32º as it can affect your recordings.
To solve this you can get a Polar Mitten Cover that allows you to place heat warmers in it to keep your video
camera warm. Batteries will be effected when the temperature reaches below 32º, and the battery life will go down. It
is important to a) keep your batteries warm and b) have extra batteries when filming in colder situations. I recommend formatting your SD cards when they are new, and when reusing the cards. ALL DATA RECORDED ON
the memory card on other media such as a computer, before formatting the memory card.
Like your trusty 12 gauge, the Sony HXR-NX5U is a camera that can handle any situation. It
contains all the features of the AX2000 (72mm lens, 3-1/3" CMOS chips, 2 XLR ports, 2 SD card
slots and a 1.5 lux) plus more. Its built in GPS can direct you back to the exact spot you made the
shot from, perfect for recreates or for B-roll footage. Two accessories shoes on the top handle
make it even easier to attach a wireless mic or other accessories. Perhaps the biggest draw of the
NX5U is the option to add on the FMU 128. It is an additional storage device capable of holding
11+ hours of video while you are simultaneously recording to the SD cards giving you an instant
back-up of all your recordings. An included shotgun mic and XLR cable round out this set-up to
make it the complete package for anyone seriously into outdoor filming.
Inserting Memory Cards:
The SD Card slots are located in the back of the camera next to the battery. To insert SD cards into the camera you
1) Open the cover
2) Take your memory card with the notched corner facing down, and insert into the memory card slot until it clicks. 3) Repeat with memory card slot B.
1) Press the MODE button
3) Touch the memory card to be formatted
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4) Touch [YES] –> [YES] –> OK
*Formatting deletes all data from the memory card to recover recordable free space.
*Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet using the supplied AC adaptor to prevent your camcorder from running out of
power during the operation
Press the A or B button of the memory card slot where the memory card you want to record on is inserted. The
lamp of the selected slot lights up in green. You can only select a slot that already has a memory card inserted.
While movies are being recorded on the memory card, you cannot switch the slot even if you press the memory
card slot A/B button. If you only have one memory card inserted, the slot that has the memory card is selected
Lightly push the memory card once. When the light by the card is flashing red, your camcorder is reading/writing data. DO
NOT shake or knock your camcorder, turn the power off, eject the memory card, or remove the battery pack. Otherwise,
image data may be damaged. Relay Recording
Insert memory cards each in both slots A and B, so the camcorder switches memory card A and B, so the camcorder
switches memory card A (or B) just before space on the other one runs out, and continues recording on the next memory
card automatically. *Do not eject the memory card that is currently being used for recording. Replace only the memory card whose slot lamp
is off.
• Even if you press the memory card slot button, A or B, while recording, you cannot switch the slot currently being used.
• If you start recording on a memory card with the remaining recording time less than 1 minute, the camcorder may not be
able to relay-record.
Selecting the Recording Format
You can select the recording format (bit-rate, image quality, image size, frame rate, scanning system). Available formats:
Setting Value
HD 1080/60i FX
• Bit-rate
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HD 1080/60i FH
HD 1080/60i HQ
HD 1080/60i LP
HD 1080/30p FX
HD 1080/30p FH
HD 1080/24p FX
HD 1080/24p FH
SD 480/60i HQ
SD 480/30p SCAN HQ
FX: max. 24 Mbps
FH: approx. 17 Mbps (average)
HQ: approx. 9 Mbps (average)
LP: approx. 5 Mbps (average)
• Image Quality
HD: High definition image quality
SD 480/24p SCAN HQ SD: Standard definition image quality
• Image size
FX: 1920x1080
FH: 1920x108
HQ: HD recording 1440x1080 SD recording:
LP: 1440x1080
• Frame Rate
either 24, 30, or 60
• Scanning system
i: interlace
p: progressive
pSCAN: records images of progressive scanning
system as interlace signal (60i)
Press MENU -> select REC/OUT Set -> REC FORMAT with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.
Adjusting the Zoom
The Sony HXR-NX5U has three options for adjusting the zoom to make it easy no matter how you
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The power zoom lever is located on the side of the camera with the hand strap. While hand is in
strap you can use your pointer and middle finger to adjust the zoom.
W stands for Wide View (wide angle)
T stands for Close View (telephoto)
1) Set the handle zoom to VAR of FIX on the side of the handle.
VAR- allows you to zoom in or out at a variable speed.
FIX- allows you to zoom in or out at a fixed speed.
You can select the zoom speed for the FIX position of the handle zoom switch from [1] slow to [8]
fast. The default setting is [3]
Press MENU -> CAMERA SET -> HANDLE ZOOM -> Select Zoom Speed
You can zoom at the desired speed by turning the zoom ring. Fine Adjustment is also possible. Adjusting the Focus Manually
You can adjust the focus manually for different recording conditions. Examples:
• To record animal(s) behind a tree branch or limbs
• To record horizontal stripes
• To record a subject or animal with little contrast between the subject and is background
• When you want to focus on the subject in the background
(Manipulating Depth of Field)
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Manual Focus Switch
1) During recording or standby, set the FOCUS switch to MAN (manual)
2) Rotate the Focus Ring and adjust the Focus
A mountain symbol will appear when you can not adjust the focus any
A person symbol appears when you cannot adjust the focus any
closer. * It is best to adjust the FOCUS while using a tripod or a tree arm or
some kind of camera support
* It is easier to focus on the subject when you use the zoom function.
Move the power zoom lever towards T (telephoto) to adjust the focus,
and then, towards W (wide angle) to adjust the zoom for recording.
* When you want to record a close-up image of an animal/subject, move the power zoom lever
towards W (wide angle) to fully magnify the image, then adjust the focus
[EXPANDED FOCUS] is assigned to the ASSIGN 7 button.
1) Press the ASSIGN 7 button. 2) [EXPANDED FOCUS] appears and the center of the screen is magnified by about 2.0 times. it will
be easier to confirm the focus setting during manual focusing. The screen returns to the original
size when you press the button again.
Adjusting the Image Brightness
You can adjust the image brightness by adjusting the iris, gain, or shutter speed, or by reducing
the light volume with the ND (neutral density) filter.
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You can manually adjust the iris to control the volume of the light entering the
lens. By adjusting the iris, you can change or close the aperture of the lens,
which is expressed as an F value between F1.6 and F11. The volume of the
light increases the more that you open the aperture (decreasing F value). The
Volume of light decreases the more that you close the aperture (increasing F
value). The current F value appears on the screen. (For more information on
APERTURE check out our Manipulating Depth of Field blog)
1. Large Aperture
2. Small Aperture
1) During recording or standby, set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to MANUAL.
2) Press the IRIS button and the A (automatic) next to the iris value on the LCD screen disappears,
or the iris value(F-stop number) appears on the screen.
3) Adjust he iris with the IRIS ring to the F-stop that you are looking for. * The F value becomes close to F3.4 as the zoom position changes from W to T even when you
open the aperture by setting the F value lower than F3.4
* The range of focus, an important effect of the aperture, is called Depth Of Field. The depth of
field gets shallower as the aperture is opened, and deeper as the aperture is closed. Use the
aperture creatively to obtain the desired effect in your outdoor videography. This is handy for
making your background blurred or sharp.
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Press the IRIS button until the A (automatic) appears next to the iris value (f-stop) on the LCD
screen, or set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to AUTO.
* When you set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to AUTO, other manually adjusted items (gain, shutter
speed, white balance) also become automatic.
Gain is an electronic amplification of the video signal. This means that the signal is
boosted electronically, adding more voltage to the pixels on your imager (CCD or
CMOS) causing them to get amplify their intensity and therefore brighten your image. From Production Apprentice (click there to learn more about GAIN)
AGC- Automatic Gain Control
You can select a upper limit for the AGC so that
during automatic mode, the Gain wont go above a
certain dB. You can select [OFF], 21dB (default
setting), [15dB], [12dB], [9dB], [6dB], [3dB], and [0dB].
*For broadcast practices, I recommend never
exceeding 12dB. For personal use, you can select as
Example of Gain from Production Apprentice
high as gain as you want, but remember the more
gain you add the more pixilated and dotty your image becomes.
1) Press the MENU button
2) Select CAMERA SET
3) AGC
4) Set the limit
The NX5U gives you 3 assignable Gain buttons (L,M,H) that you can
pick (on manual mode) to set the gain to that while filming. You can
set the values for H, M, and L positions of the GAIN switch. The default
settings of H is 12dB, M is 9dB, and L is 0dB.
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Press the MENU button Select CAMERA SET
Choose L, M, or H
Set the dB for the letter you chose.
Press MENU button to hide your settings.
You can adjust the gain manually when you do not want to use the AGC (automatic gain control).
1) During recording or standby, set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to MANUAL
2) When the gain is automatically adjusted, press the gain button. The A (automatic) next to the
gain value on the LCD screen will disappear, or the gain value appears on the screen.
3) Set the gain switch to H, M, or L. The gain value set for the selected gain switch position
appears on the screen. ADJUSTING THE SHUTTER SPEED
You can manually adjust and fix the shutter speed. You can
make a moving subject look still or emphasize the movement of
a moving subject by adjusting the shutter speed. This is
important to play with around moving objects such as cars,
water, and people/animals. Play around with this feature to
determine the creative look that you are looking for.
1) During recording or standby, set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to MANUAL
2) Press the SHUTTER SPEED button until the shutter speed value is highlighted
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3) Change the shutter speed displayed on the screen by turning the
You can adjust the shutter speed displayed on the screen by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. You
can adjust the shutter speed in a range of 1/4 second through 1/10000 second.
The denominator of the set shutter speed appears on the LCD screen.
4) Press the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial to lock the shutter speed.
*You can set a shutter speed between 1/3 second and 1/10000 second with the frame rate of
24p or 24p SCAN.
*ALWAYS use a tripod or a camera support system when adjusting shutter speed because it is
difficult to focus automatically at a lower shutter speed. Manual focusing with your camcorder
attached to a tripod or camera support system is what I recommend. * When filming under fluorescent lamps, sodium lamps, or mercury lamps, the picture may flicker
or change colors, or you man have horizontal bands of noise. You may be able to improve the
situation by adjusting the shutter speed.
ADJUSTING THE ND FILTER (volume of light)
You can record the subject clearly by using the ND filter when recording environment is too
The ND Filters 1, 2, 3, reduce the volume of light to about 1/4, 1/16, and 1/64 respectively.
During automatic mode an ND1, ND2 or ND3 will flash on the LCD screen suggesting that you set
the ND filter respectively.
I did this example of clouds in the sky on a sunny day:
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Notice how the clouds become more pronounced as the ND Filter is increased.
*IF you change the ND filter while recording, the movie and the sound may be distorted. * While recording a bright subject, diffraction may occur if you close the aperture further down,
resulting in a fuzzy focus (this is common phenomenon with video cameras). The ND filter
suppresses this phenomenon and gives better recording results.
ADJUSTING THE WHITE BALANCE You are going to want to adjust the white balance according to the lighting conditions of your
recording environment. Here is a good blog on "Understanding White Balance" (click to go to blog)
The NX5U allows you to store two white balance presets (good if you are filming in the same
location with the same lighting as in a studio setting). White balance values adjusted for light
sources can be stored in memory A and memory B. Unless a white balance is readjusted, values
will remain even after the power has been turned off.
There is another preset for Outdoor which is good when recording neon signs or fireworks,
sunset/sunrise, just after sunset or just before sunrise, and under daylight color fluorescent
lamps. There is also a preset for Indoor which is good for shooting under the lighting conditions that
change in many ways, such as a party hall, under strong light as in a photography studio and
under sodium lamp or mercury lamps. To Save the Adjusted White Balance Value in Memory A or B
1) During recording or standby, set the AUTO/MANUAL switch to MANUAL
2) Press the WHT BAL button.
3) Set the white balance memory switch to A or B (whichever one you want to set).
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4) Capture a white subject, such as white paper, full-screen in the same lighting condition as the
one in which the subject is. Press the White Balance symbol button once. A or B starts flashing
rapidly. It will stay on when the white balance adjustment is completed and the adjusted value is
stored in A or B.
In this example I used a plain white sheet of paper:
You can also buy "White Cards" like this Zeikos one on Amazon for $13
You can also manipulate what the camera "sees" as white for more
creative controls.
*The best way is to get out there and practice setting your white balance outdoors and using
different scales of white, grey and black to manipulate the camera and then see how the color of
what your recording changes.
You can customize the picture quality by adjusting picture profile items such as GAMMA and
There are 6 available Picture Profiles that you can either a) use the default recording settings or b)
customize the profile pictures for your common shooting settings, so that you don't have to waist
time resetting all the settings and you can just go in and select which profile picture you want (16)
Here are the default Picture Profiles:
Picture Profile
Recording Condition
You can assign your own setting
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You can assign your own setting
Appropriate setting to record film-like pictures
Appropriate setting to record people
Appropriate setting to record sunset
Appropriate setting to record black and white
Selecting/Modifying a Picture Profile:
1) During standby, press the PICTURE PROFILE button
2) Select a picture profile number with the SEL/PUS EXEC dial.
3) To select a profile picture number scroll to the right one and press the ok button
4) To cancel the picture profile select the OFF picture profile choice
5) To change the picture profile select the one you wish to change and follow the menu to change
the different settings such as Gamma, Color Mode, Color Level, Color Phase, WB shift, Detail,
Skintone detail
Gamma Curve Graph:
Description and settings
Standard gamma curve
Gamma curve 1 for producing tone of film
camera images
Gamma curve 2 for producing tone of film
camera images
GAMMA Image Example:
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Creates a look similar as when a film-originated movie is viewed on television. The slope of the
gamma curve in dark areas is suppressed, creating a deep black tone, while the mid-tone to
highlight areas maintain detailed contrast.
Suppresses the dark areas even further, creating a deeper black reproduction.
Description and settings
Selects a type of colors.
[STANDARD] : Standard Colors
[CINEMATONE1] : Film camera image-like colors
good with [GAMMA] set to [CINEMATONE1]
[CINEMATONE2] : Film camera image-like colors
good with [GAMMA] set to [CINEMATONE2]
Sets a color level when you set [TYPE] to the
settings other than [STANDARD].
1 (close to color settings of Standard) to 8 (color
settings of the selected type)
Description and settings
-7 (light) to +7 (dark), -8: Black & White
Example of the color level settings:
to set the color phase
Description and settings
-7 (greenish) to +7 (reddish)
to set items for the white balance shift
Description and settings
Sets a color temperature offset value.
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-9 (blueish) to +9 (reddish)
Sets a color correct offset value.
-9 (greenish) to +9 (magentish)
to set items for the detail
Description and settings
Sets the detail level
-7 to +7
to adjust the detail of skinetone areas to reduce wrinkles
Description and settings
Suppresses details in skin-tone areas to reduce
wrinkles. Select [ON] when you want to use this
function. You can also select other areas
Sets the adjustment level.
1 (less adjust the detail) to 8 (more adjust the
Sets color items for the detail adjustment
[PHASE] : Sets the color phase.
0 (purple) -> 32 (red) -> 64 (yellow) ->
96 (green) -> 127 (blue)
[RANGE] : Sets the color range.
0 (selects no color), 1 (narrow; selects a single
31 (wide: selects multiple colors in similar
color phases and saturation)
The detail will no be adjusted when you set
to 0.
[SATURATION] : Sets the color saturation.
0 (selects a light color) to 31 (selects a deep
Example of Skintone Detail:
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This feature softens up the faces of those being filmed
to give them that more "flawless" look
Audio Setup
The NX5U incorporates the XLR ports for audio that allow you to use simultaneously a wireless
mic and shotgun microphone. The NX5U includes a shotgun microphone and XLR Cable.
1) Select input sources with the CH1 (INT MIC/INPUT1) switch and the CH2 (INT
MIC/INPUT1/INPUT2) switch.
Recording channels:
When CH1 is set to INT MIC (internal microphone) and:
• CH2 is set to INT MIC then the L INT Mic is being recorded on CH1 and the R INT MIC is being
recorded on CH2.
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• CH2 is set to INPUT 1 then mono INT MIC is being recorded on CH1 and XLR INPUT1 is being
recorded on CH2.
• CH2 is set to INPUT 2 then mono INT MIC is being recorded on CH1 and XLR INPUT2 is being
recorded on CH2.
When the CH1 is set to INPUT 1 and:
• CH2 is set to INT MIC then XLR INPUT1 is being recorded on CH1 and mono INT MIC is being
recorded on CH2
• CH2 is set to INPUT1 then XLR INPUT1 is being recorded on CH1 and CH2. • CH2 is set to INPUT2 then XLR INPUT1 is being recorded by CH1 and XLR INPUT2 is being
recorded by CH2
*You can adjust CH1 and CH2 audio levels separately 1) Set your correct Input sources and audio levels
2) Set the INPUT 1 switch to an appropriate position for the microphone connected to the INPUT1
Line: For inputting sound from an audio device
MIC: for inputting sound from an external microphone that does not support +48V power source
MIC+48V: For inputting sound from a device that supports the +48V power source.
When you connect a microphone to the INPUT2 jack, set the INPUT2 switch to an appropriate
position for that microphone.
Assigning the functions to the ASSIGN buttons
Some functions can be assigned to the ASSIGN buttons for easy use. You can assign a single
function to any one of the ASSIGN 1 to 7 buttons.
Functions you can assign to the buttons:
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AE SHIFT (ASSIGN 5 button)
ZEBRA (ASSIGN 4 button)
1) Press the MENU button
2) Select OTHERS –> ASSIGN BUTTON withe the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial
3) Select the ASSIGN button to which you want to assign a function with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial
• [-------] appears if no function is assigned to the ASSIGN button
4) Select the function that you want to assign with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial
5) Select [OK] with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial
6) Select RETURN with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial
7) Press the MENU button to hide the menu screen.
You can play back movies as follows:
1) Press the VISUAL INDEX button
The VISUAL INDEX screen appears after a few seconds. 2) Play back movies.
Touch the recording media you want to play back (Memory card slot A or B)
Touch the playback mode [HD], and select the desired image quality of movies [HD], [SD] or
Touch twice the thumbnail of the movie you want to play back. The first touch will show the
information on the movie at the lower part of the screen including: Date and time of
recording started, resolution, frame rate, record mode, duration, time code,
3) Your camcorder starts playing the selected movie.
Capturing still images from a movie
You can save a selected frame from a recorded movie as a still image.
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1) Press the MODE button
2) (on the LCD screen) Touch [EDIT] –>[PHOTO CAPTURE] –> select the desired memory card and
image quality.
3) Touch the movie to be captured. The selected movie starts playback
4) Touch the play/pause button at the point where you want to capture. The movie pauses. Play
and pause toggles as you press the play/pause button. (you can make fine adjustments using the
rewind, fast forward buttons
5) Touch OK
The captured still image is saved on the memory card selected for movies. When capturing is
finished, the screen returns to pause. You can continue to capture still images by press play again
and repeat steps 4.
1) MENU button
2) DISPLAY SET with the SEL/PUSH EXEC Dial 3) Select one of the following:
Zebra: You can display a zebra pattern as a guide for adjusting brightness.
You can use the zebra pattern to identify areas that might be overexposed, so you can correct the
exposure appropriately. The camcorder offers two levels of zebra pattern. The symbol is a zebra
pattern with a 100 for 100% or a 70 for 70%. The 100% shows only areas that will lose detail and
will be identified by the highlighted areas. On 70% zebra the highlighted areas will also identify
areas that are dangerously close to losing detail. More about Zebra Patterns Here
• ON/OFF : when you select ON the Zebra strip icon and the brightness level appear on the
screen. The zebra pattern will not be recorded with the image. The default setting is OFF.
• LEVEL: You can select the brightness level between 70 and 100 and 100+. The default settings
is 70.
* You can assign an ASSIGN button to work as [ON/OFF]
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Peaking: Peaking is used to help adjust the focus.
When peaking is activated, edges in focus on the screen will be highlighted in red, yellow or white.
• ON/OFF: When you select ON Peaking appears and you can display an image on the screen with
its outlines enhanced. The default setting is OFF
• COLOR: You can select a peaking color. The default color is white
• LEVEL: You can select a peaking sensitivity from [HIGH], [MIDDLE], and [LOW]. The default setting
*The enhanced outline will not be recorded on the memory card.
*You can focus more easily using this function in combination with the expanded focus function.
* You can assign an ASSIGN button to work as [ON/OFF]
Markers are used to help frame your shot.
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• ON/OFF: When you select ON, you can display markers. The default setting is [OFF]. Markers will
not be recorded on the memory card.
• CENTER: When you select ON, you can display a marker at the center of the screen. The default
setting is [ON]
• GUIDEFRAME: When you select ON, you can display frame markers that help you to check
horizontal and vertical positions of a subject. This is what you can use to help follow the Rule of
Thirds. Click here to read more about the Rule of Thirds. The default setting is [OFF]
Transferring Video Clips to a Computer
STEP 1) Check with the manual if your computer system complies with the video camera. (pg. 81)
STEP 2) Installing the supplied software "Content Management Utility"
• Install "Content Management Utility" before connecting your camcorder to a computer.
1. Confirm that your camcorder is not connected to the computer
2. Turn on your computer.
3. Place the supplied CD-ROM "Content Management Utility" in the disc drive of your computer.
The installation screen appears.
4. Select the language for the application to be installed, then click OK
5. When the install wizard screen appears, click NEXT
6. Confirm the license agreement, and if you accept the terms, click NEXT
7. Select the drive or folder to install the application, then click NEXT
8. Select the option to create the desk-top shortcut, then click NEXT
9. Turn on your camcorder, then connect the camcorder to the computer using the supplied USB
cable. The USB SELECT screen appears on the camcorder screen automatically.
10. Touch A or B on the camcorder screen. 11. Click NEXT
12. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
13. After installation, you are free to use the software to transfer your footage from the
camcorder to the computer.
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