HSC300RF HSC100RF HSC300R HSC100R

HSC300RF HSC100RF HSC300R HSC100R
HD COLOR CAMERA
HSC300RF
HSC100RF
HSC300R
HSC100R
OPERATION MANUAL
1st Edition
[English]
Table of Contents
Overview .................................................................... 3
Features........................................................................... 3
System Configuration Example ...................................... 5
Locations and Functions of Parts ........................... 8
Front Right ...................................................................... 8
Front Left ........................................................................ 9
Rear ................................................................................ 9
Operation Panel ............................................................ 10
Connector Panel ........................................................... 11
Connection and Setup ............................................ 12
Connecting a Camera Control Unit (CCU) .................... 12
Attaching a Lens ........................................................... 13
Attaching a Viewfinder .................................................. 13
Attaching a Microphone ................................................ 14
Mounting the Camera to a Tripod ................................. 15
Adjusting the Shoulder Pad Position ............................ 16
Adjustments/Settings ............................................. 16
Adjusting the Black Balance and White Balance .......... 16
Setting the Electronic Shutter ....................................... 18
Setting the Time ............................................................ 18
Adjusting the Lens (Flange Back) ................................. 19
Setting the Focus Assist Function ................................ 19
Setting the Camera Outputs ......................................... 21
Outputting a Trunk Signal ............................................. 22
Menus....................................................................... 22
Displaying Menu Pages ................................................ 22
Setting the Menu ........................................................... 23
Editing the USER Menu ................................................ 24
Menu Tree .................................................................... 27
OPERATION Menu........................................................ 30
PAINT Menu .................................................................. 35
MAINTENANCE Menu................................................... 39
FILE Menu ..................................................................... 42
DIAGNOSIS Menu......................................................... 43
Appendix.................................................................. 45
Precautions ................................................................... 45
Digital Triax Transmission (HSC300R/HSC100R) ........ 45
Error Messages ............................................................ 46
Using a USB Drive ........................................................ 46
Specifications ................................................................ 46
Notice Concerning Software Governed by the GNU
GPL/LGPL ................................................................ 49
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Table of Contents
Overview
The HSC300RF, HSC100RF, HSC300R, and HSC100R are
high-definition portable video cameras equipped with a 2/3type, 2.2 million pixel CCD.
They can be used as standalone cameras or can be combined
with a camera control unit (CCU) for studio camera use.
The following equipment combinations can be used.
• HSC300RF/HSC100RF and HSCU300RF camera control
unit
• HSC300R/HSC100R and HSCU300R camera control unit
HSC300RF
In addition, by installing HZCU-MC3 multi-camera control
system support software on the CCU, a multi-camera
application system can be formed in combination with a
master setup unit (MSU).
The camera specifications vary depending on the model as
given below.
HSC100RF
HSC300R
HSC100R
Signal transmission method
between camera and CCU
Optical digital transmission over an optical fiber cable
Digital transmission over a triaxial cable
Built-in filters
Optical ND filters (clear,
1/4 ND, 1/16 ND, 1/64 ND)
Optical CC filters (3200K,
4300K, 6300K)
Electric filter (5600K)
Optical ND filters (clear,
1/4 ND, 1/16 ND, 1/64 ND)
Electric filter (5600K)
Optical ND filters (clear,
1/4 ND, 1/16 ND, 1/64 ND)
Optical CC filters (3200K,
4300K, 6300K)
Electric filter (5600K)
Optical ND filters (clear,
1/4 ND, 1/16 ND, 1/64 ND)
Electric filter (5600K)
Large-lens adapter
operation
HDLA1500-series support
Not supported
HDLA1500-series support
Not supported
Features
High picture quality and high performance
The camera is equipped with a 2/3-type, 2.2 million pixel, wide
bandwidth, progressive IT CCD.
It features the latest signal processor LSI technology that
achieves high image quality through improved S/N ratio, high
resolution, and reduced smear level in comparison with
previous models.
Also, a 16-bit A/D converter provides high-definition image
reproduction and enhanced black reproduction.
Multi-format support
Supports 1080/59.94i, 720/59.94P, 1080/50i and 720/50P.
Digital extender function
This function digitally magnifies the central part of the
viewfinder picture to twice its size.
It prevents the decrease in sensitivity (F-drop) that occurs with
a lens extender.
Aberration compensation function
Auto Lens Aberration Compensation 2.0 (ALAC) is provided
with this camera. This automatically reduces the magnification
chromatic aberration when a lens that supports auto lens
aberration compensation is attached.
For details on lenses that support auto lens aberration
compensation, contact a Sony sales representative or Sony
service representative.
Various color reproduction adjustment
functions
Adaptive matrix function
This function accurately controls matrix calculation
coefficients to provide more accurate color conversion when
shooting. This makes precise color conversion possible even
when shooting under conditions that would otherwise exceed
the color conversion range of traditional matrix functions, such
as under strong monochromatic blue light sources.
Knee saturation
Changes in hue and decrease in chroma that occur in
highlighted areas can be compensated.
This enables reproduction of natural skin tones under strong
lighting.
Low key saturation
Saturation in low-key areas can be compensated. It provides
compensation for color reproduction in all areas, when used in
combination with matrix color compensation and the knee
saturation function.
Gamma table selection
Seven types of standard and 4 types of hyper gamma tables
are provided with this camera. The hyper gamma values
enable cinema-like image creation with wide dynamic range,
unlike images achieved with conventional video gamma.
Overview
3
Versatile detail control functions
Optional accessories
Skin-tone detail function
You can add new functions by incorporating the following
optional accessories.
This function controls (enhances or suppresses) the detail
level for certain hue or chroma areas in the image, by creating
a detail gate signal from color components of any specified
hues.
The detail of three hues can be controlled independently at the
same time.
Detail boost-frequency control
The boost frequency can be adjusted in the range 20 to 30
MHz, enabling more subtle image reproduction by setting the
thickness of the detail signal to an appropriate level to match
the subject.
H/V ratio control
The ratio between horizontal and vertical detail is adjustable.
White/black limiter
The white and black details can be limited independently.
Focus assist functions
The VF detail function and focus assist indicator function
facilitate focusing.
VF detail
Various functions are provided which can be added to images
on the viewfinder screen only to facilitate focusing: functions
for adding color to the VF detail signal, flickering the VF detail
signal by adding modulation, broadening the VF detail signal,
and automatically compensating the VF detail level according
to the zoom position.
Focus assist indicator
The focusing level indicator on the viewfinder screen provides
a guide for focusing. The best focus setting can be easily
determined by observing the fluctuation of the level indicator
as a guide.
Various viewfinder functions
Wide variety of viewfinder display options
Camera settings can be displayed on the viewfinder screen, in
addition to items such as operation messages, a zebra
pattern1), safety-zone marker2), and center marker3). Also,
other indicators are arranged along the top and bottom on the
viewfinder screen, such as a tally lamp, battery warning
indicator, and warning indicators to alert you when settings are
other than standard.
1) Zebra pattern: A stripe pattern displayed on the viewfinder screen
which indicates the portions where the video level is above about
70% and 100%. Used to check the video level of the subject.
2) Safety zone marker: A box-shaped marker displayed on the
viewfinder screen which indicates 80%, 90%, 92.5%, or 95% of the
total screen area
3) Center marker: A cross-shaped marker which indicates the center
of the viewfinder screen
Menu-based control functions
Selections and settings for viewfinder display items, safetyzone marker, center marker, screen size marker, etc. can be
made quickly and easily using setup menus displayed on the
viewfinder screen or an external monitor.
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Overview
For information about installing optional accessories, contact
a Sony service or sales representative.
HZC-PSF3 Support software for PsF format
Embedding HZC-PSF3 PsF format-compatible software
makes creation of 1080/25PsF and 1080/29.97PsF formats
possible.
System Configuration Example
Peripheral devices and related devices for the camera are
shown in the following diagrams.
Note
Production of some of the peripheral devices and related
devices shown in the figures may have been discontinued. For
advice on choosing devices, please contact your Sony dealer
or a Sony sales representative.
Standalone operation example
Microphone
HDVF-200/C35W
Viewfinder
RCP-1000 series
Remote Control Panel
RM-B750/B170
Remote Control Unit
1
CAC-12
Microphone Holder
HSC300RF/HSC100RF
HSC300R/HSC100R
Lens (for ENG/EFP)
CCA-5 cable
Video output
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/VBS1) (selectable)
USB drive
VCT-14
Tripod Adapter
AC-DN10/DN2B
AC Adapter
BC-L70/L160
Battery Charger
Tripod for
portable camera
AC power
1) A subcarrier phase-lock function for
external reference is not available on
the VBS signal output from the camera.
Overview
5
System operation example (two HSC300RF/HSC100RF cameras with camera control unitsa))
Picture Monitor
Microphone
HDVF-550/C550W/C730W
Viewfinder
HDVF-200/C35W
Viewfinder
Waveform Monitor
VF attachment shoeb)
BNC
CAC-12
Microphone
Holder
Intercom headset
HSC300RF
HSC100RF
Video router
Return video input
Sync
signal input
Lens
(for ENG/EFP)
BNC
Prompter
video input
Video output
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/VBS
Optical fiber cable
to router/
switcher
HSCU300RF
Camera
Control Unit
Power supply for
script light
AC power
LAN cable
USB drive
VCT-14
Tripod Adapter
CAC-6 Return
Video Selector
Hub
CCA-5 cable
(mounts on
HSCU300RF
front panel)
Tripod for portable
camera
LAN cable
AC power
HKCU-FP2
Front Control Panel
HDVF-550/C550W/C730W
Viewfinder
Optical fiber cable
HSCU300RF Camera
Control Unit
CCA-5 cable
HSC300RF
Lens
(for studio use)
LAN cablea)
RCP-1000 series
Remote
Control Panel
VF attachment shoeb)
Camera hangersc)
MSU-1000/1500
Master Setup Unit
Large Lens Adapter
HDLA1500 series
AC power
Power supply for script light
12 V DC generalpurpose power supply
(Max. 5 A)d)
BKP-7911
Script Holder
a) Supported only when using the multi-camera system option in the CCU
b) Supplied with the HDVF-550/C550W/C730W, Part No.: A-7612-405-E
c) Supplied with the HDLA1500/1505, Part No.: A-1128-405-A
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Overview
RCP-1000 series
Remote
Control Panel
d) For 12 V DC general-purpose output, the serial number must be
the following or higher:
HDLA1500: 13001 or 43001, HDLA1503: 52001,
HDLA1505: 11001, 41001 or 401001, HDLA1507: 401001
System operation example (two HSC300R/HSC100R cameras with camera control unitsa))
Picture Monitor
Microphone
HDVF-550/C550W/C730W
Viewfinder
HDVF-200/C35W
Viewfinder
Waveform Monitor
VF attachment shoeb)
BNC
CAC-12
Microphone
Holder
Intercom headset
HSC300R
HSC100R
Video router
Return video input
Sync
signal input
Lens
(for ENG/EFP)
BNC
Prompter
video input
Video output
HD-SDI/SD-SDI/VBS
Triax cablec)
to router/
switcher
HSCU300R
Camera
Control Unit
Power supply for
script light
AC power
LAN cable
USB drive
VCT-14
Tripod Adapter
CAC-6 Return
Video Selector
Hub
CCA-5 cable
(mounts on
HSCU300R
front panel)
Tripod for portable
camera
LAN cable
AC power
HKCU-FP2
Front Control Panel
HDVF-550/C550W/C730W
Viewfinder
RCP-1000 series
Remote
Control Panel
VF attachment shoeb)
Camera hangersd)
Triax
cablec)
HSCU300R Camera
Control Unit
CCA-5 cable
HSC300R
Lens
(for studio use)
LAN cablea)
MSU-1000/1500
Master Setup Unit
Large Lens Adapter
HDLA1500 series
AC power
Power supply for script light
12 V DC generalpurpose power supply
(Max. 5 A)e)
BKP-7911
Script Holder
a) Supported only when using the multi-camera system option in the CCU
b) Supplied with the HDVF-550/C550W/C730W, Part No.: A-7612-405-E
c) For details about triax transmission distances, see “Triax Transmission
Distances” on page 46.
RCP-1000 series
Remote
Control Panel
d) Supplied with the HDLA1500/1505, Part No.: A-1128-405-A
e) For 12 V DC general-purpose output, the serial number must be the
following or higher:
HDLA1500: 13001 or 43001, HDLA1503: 52001,
HDLA1505: 11001, 41001 or 401001, HDLA1507: 401001
Overview
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Locations and Functions
of Parts
Front Right
See “To adjust the viewfinder front-rear position” on page 13.
i Assignable buttons
You can assign a function to the upper button using
ASSIGNABLE 1 and the lower button using ASSIGNABLE 2
on the <SWITCH ASSIGN1> page of the OPERATION menu.
j GAIN switch
Selects the gain of the video amplifier based on lighting
conditions when the camera is used in standalone status
(without connection to a CCU). Factory default values are
L = 0 dB, M = 6 dB, and H = 12 dB.
1
2
3
qh
4
8
5
9
0
qa
qs
6
7
qg qf
qd
a INCOM (intercom) button (UC model)/ENG (engineer
line) button (CE model)
UC model: The intercom microphone is on while this button is
held pressed.
CE model: The intercom microphone is on and the engineer
line is selected while this button is held pressed.
You can also assign other functions with a menu operation.
b RET 1 (return video 1) button
Monitors the return video 1 signal from the CCU on the
viewfinder screen while this button is held pressed. It functions
the same as the RET 1 button on the rear operation panel
(page 10).
You can also assign other functions using the menu.
c Accessory shoe
Used to attach an accessory using a 1/4-inch screw.
d Viewfinder shoe
Mounts a viewfinder.
For details about mounting, see “Attaching a Viewfinder” on
page 13.
e Lens cable clamp
Secures the cable of the lens (optional).
f Lens mount cap
The cap can be removed by moving the lens fixing lever
upward.
Always keep the lens mount covered with this cap when a lens
is not attached.
g Lens fixing lever
Move the lever down to secure the lens in the lens mount.
See “Attaching a Lens” on page 13.
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h Viewfinder front-rear position lock lever
The viewfinder position can be adjusted forward or backward
when the lock is released by the lever.
Locations and Functions of Parts
k AUTO KNEE and output signal selection switch
Selects the signal (color-bar signal or camera video signal) for
output to a VTR, the viewfinder, or a video monitor when the
camera is used in standalone status (without connection to a
CCU).
The auto knee function can be used when the camera video
signal is selected for output.
BARS/OFF: Outputs a color-bar signal.
CAM/OFF: Outputs the camera video signal. The auto knee
circuit is disabled.
CAM/ON: Outputs the camera video signal. The auto knee
circuit is enabled.
l WHITE BAL (white balance memory selection) switch
Selects the white balance adjustment method or the memory
used to store the adjusted value when the camera is used in
standalone status (without connection to a CCU).
PRST (preset memory): White balance is adjusted to a preset
value corresponding to a color temperature of 3200K.
A: Selects memory A.
B: Selects memory B.
Note
When a CCU or an external control device, such as an RCP/
RM or MSU, is connected, the functions of 0 to qs are
controlled from the external device, and the controls on the
camera are disabled.
m DISPLAY/MENU switch
Selects the display on the viewfinder screen.
DISPLAY: Displays various textual information and markers,
such as messages showing the camera settings and
operating status, center marker, and safety zone marker, in
addition to the camera image.
OFF: Displays the image only.
MENU: Displays menus for camera settings, in addition to the
camera image.
The switch functions the same as the DISPLAY/MENU switch
on the rear operation panel.
n STATUS/CANCEL switch
STATUS: Displays camera status information when the
DISPLAY/MENU switch is set to DISPLAY (not displaying
the menu).
CANCEL: Cancels changed settings and returns the display to
the previous menu when a menu is displayed in the
viewfinder.
o Menu control knob (rotary encoder)
Selects settings from menu items displayed on the viewfinder
screen (by rotating it) and confirms settings (by pushing it).
This knob functions the same as the menu control knob on the
rear operation panel.
p DC power supply output connector (2-pin)
Supplies up to 2.5 A current (10.5 V to 17 V DC) to an external
device.
Front Left
g INTERCOM LEVEL knob
Adjusts the intercom/earphone volume level.
The intercom level adjustment is enabled when the LEVEL/
MIC switch on the rear operation panel is set to “FRONT.”
h RET (return video) button
When this button is pressed, the picture on the viewfinder
changes to the return video signal selected with the RET 2/3/
4 select switch (page 10) on the rear operation panel.
You can also assign other functions to this button using the
menu in the viewfinder.
i LENS connector (12-pin)
Connects to the lens cable. The camera can control the lens
functions through this cable.
1
2
j MIC 1 IN (microphone 1 input) connector (XLR 3-pin)
Connects to a microphone.
This connector and the AUDIO IN CH1 connector are
alternately activated with the MIC 1 select switch on the rear
connector panel.
3
4
k Tripod mount (bottom)
Attaches to a VCT-14 Tripod Adapter when mounting the
camera on a tripod.
For details, see “Mounting the Camera to a Tripod” on page 15.
5
6
Rear
7
8
qa
0
9
1
a Shoulder strap fitting post
Attach one end of a shoulder strap (optional, part No. A-6772374-C) to this fitting post and the other end to the fitting post
on the other side of the camera.
2
b VF (viewfinder) connector (20-pin)
Connects to the cable of the viewfinder (optional).
3
c CC filter select knob (HSC300RF/HSC300R only)
Selects the built-in CC filters (A: cross, B: 3200K, C: 4300K,
D: 6300K).
4
5
6
d ND filter select knob
Selects the built-in ND filters (1: clear, 2: 1/4 ND, 3: 1/16 ND,
4: 1/64 ND).
e SHUTTER switch
When the camera is used in standalone status (without
connection to a CCU), use this switch to turn the electronic
shutter ON or OFF and to change (SEL) the shutter speed and
shutter mode.
For details, see “Setting the Electronic Shutter” on page 18.
f AUTO W/B BAL (white and black balance automatic
adjustment) switch
Automatically adjusts white and black balance when the
camera is used in standalone status (without connection to a
CCU).
WHT: Automatically adjusts white balance.
BLK: Automatically adjusts black balance.
For details, see “Adjusting the Black Balance and White
Balance” on page 16.
7
0
9 8
a Tally lamp and switch
ON: The tally lamp lights when a tally signal is input to the
connected CCU or a call signal is generated in response to
pressing of a CALL button.
OFF: The tally lamp is disabled.
b Shoulder strap fitting post
c Operation panel (see “Operation Panel”)
d Camera control unit (CCU) connector (optical fiber/
triax connector)
Connects to a HSCU300RF/HSCU300R camera control unit
using an optical fiber cable or a triax cable.
Locations and Functions of Parts
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e INTERCOM connector (XLR 5-pin)
Connects to an XLR 5-pin headset for input and output of
intercom audio signals.
c DISPLAY/MENU switch
This switch functions the same as the DISPLAY/MENU switch
on the front (page 8).
f EARPHONE jack (stereo minijack)
Connects to an earphone for output of the intercom audio.
d ASSIGNABLE button
You can assign a function with ASSIGNABLE REAR on the
<SWITCH ASSIGN1> page of the OPERATION menu.
g Connector panel (see Connector Panel (page 11))
h CAMERA POWER switch and indicator
CCU: Operates the power supply from the camera control unit.
EXT: Operates the power supply from the DC IN connector.
The indicator is lit in green during operation.
It is lit in red while standby power is being supplied from the
CCU, even if the switch is set to OFF.
Note
When a CCU is connected, external power supply (EXT)
cannot be used.
i CALL button
When pressed, the red tally lamp of the connected external
control device (RCP/RM, MSU, etc.) will light. Use to call the
operator of the external control device.
j Shoulder pad
You can adjust the position forward or backward.
For details, see “Adjusting the Shoulder Pad Position” on page
16.
e Menu control knob (rotary encoder)
This knob functions the same as the menu control knob on the
front (page 9).
f LEVEL/MIC (intercom level control/microphone)
switch
To determine whether to use the INTERCOM LEVEL knob
(page 9) on the front and to turn the intercom headset
microphone ON/OFF.
Switch position
INTERCOM LEVEL
knob on the front
Headset microphone
REAR/ON
Inactive
ON
REAR/OFF
OFF
FRONT/OFF
Active
g Line select switch
To select the intercom line:
PROD: Producer line
ENG: Engineer line
h INCOM (intercom) level knob
To adjust the intercom audio listening level.
Operation Panel
i PGM1 (program 1) and PGM2 (program 2) knobs
To adjust the audio listening level of program 1 or program 2,
respectively.
UC type: Model for NTSC areas
1
2
RET1
RET
3 4
5
CE type: Models for PAL areas
PGM1
LEVEL
REAR
MIC
ON
FRONT
PROD
OFF
234
PGM2
1
2
RET1
RET
DISPLAY
PGM1
INCOM
234
ASSIGNABLE
LEVEL
REAR
EARPHONE
8 9
OFF
PROD
OFF
ENG
INTERCOM
PGM2
DISPLAY
MIC
LINE
7
5
OFF
MENU
6
3 4
ASSIGNABLE
ENG
MENU
ENG
b RET (return video) button and 2/3/4 (return video 2/3/4)
select switch
When other return video systems are used in addition to return
video 1, the signal selected with the 2/3/4 switch is displayed
on the viewfinder screen while holding the RET button
pressed.
Note
The RET 1 button has priority over the RET (2/3/4) button if
both buttons are pressed.
TRACKER
FRONT
INTERCOM
a RET 1 (return video 1) button
The return video signal is displayed on the viewfinder screen
while the button is held pressed.
PROD
6
7
EARPHONE
8 9 0
qa
1 to 5 are the same as those of the UC type.
f MIC LINE (intercom microphone line) switch
To select the talk line for intercom:
PROD: To talk over the producer line
OFF: To turn off the headset microphone for the intercom line
ENG: To talk over the engineer line
g LEVEL switch
REAR: The intercom audio listening level is adjusted with the
ENG or PROD knob on this panel.
FRONT: The levels adjusted on the rear panel can be totally
adjusted with the INTERCOM LEVEL knob on the front.
h ENG (engineer line) knob
To adjust the intercom audio listening level of the engineer line.
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Locations and Functions of Parts
i PGM1 (program 1) and PGM2 (program 2) knobs
To adjust the audio listening level of program 1 or program 2,
respectively.
j PROD (producer line) knob
To adjust the intercom audio listening level of the producer
line.
k TRACKER knob
To adjust the intercom audio listening level at the TRACKER
connector on the connector panel.
Connector Panel
Notes
• Even when a BB signal is used for the external sync signal,
a subcarrier phase-lock function is not available on the VBS
output signal.
• PROMPTER is set to PWR SAVE by factory default, so a
prompter signal is not output. To activate it, set it to
“ACTIVE” on the POWER SAVE page of the
MAINTENANCE menu.
g REMOTE connector (8-pin)
Connects to an RM-B170/B750 Remote Control Unit, RCP1000-series Remote Control Panel, or MSU-1000/1500
Master Setup Unit.
Note
12
3
4 5 6
RET CTRL
DC
OUT
TRACKER
MIC1
LINE MIC +48V FRONT REAR
DC IN 10.5-17V
7
8
When a CCU is connected, this connector functions as the
trunk signal input/output. Do not connect any external control
device to this connector.
REMOTE
PROMPTER
/GENLOCK
/RET IN
LINE MIC +48V
TEST
OUT
AUDIO IN
CH1
CH2
SDI
h TEST OUT connector (BNC type)
Outputs an analog signal.
This supplies a VBS signal, a VBS prompter 2 signal
(HSC300R only), an HD-Y signal the same as the signal
output from the VF connector, an HD-SYNC signal, or an
SD-SYNC signal, depending on which is enabled in the menu.
Note
A subcarrier phase-lock function is not available for external
sync signals on the VBS output signal.
9
0
qa
qs
a DC IN (DC power supply input) connector (XLR 4-pin)
Connects to an AC-DN10 AC Adapter, etc. to supply power to
the camera. (When a CCU is connected, this connector cannot
be used.)
b USB connector (for USB drive)
Connects to a USB drive to save and load the settings data file.
c DC OUT (DC power supply output) connector (4-pin)
Supplies power to a script light or equivalent (10.5 to 17 V DC,
max. 0.5 A).
d TRACKER connector (10-pin)
For external interfaces, such as intercom and tally.
e RET CTRL (return control) connector (6-pin)
Connects to a CAC-6 Return Video Selector.
f PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN (prompter signal
output/external sync signal input/VBS return input)
connector (BNC type)
• When a CCU is connected, this connector outputs a VBS
prompter 1 signal.
• When the camera is used in standalone status (without
connection to a CCU), use this connector to input an
external sync signal (BB or 3-level sync). If a VBS signal is
input, you can check the input image by pressing the RET
button.
i AUDIO IN CH1 connector (XLR 3-pin) and input select
switch
Selects the audio signal for channel 1. Set the input select
switch to match the connected device.
LINE: When a line-level (0 dBu) signal source is connected
MIC: When a microphone is connected
+48V: When supplying +48 V power to the connected
microphone
j MIC 1 (microphone 1) select switch
Selects the microphone for channel 1.
FRONT: When using the microphone connected to the MIC 1
IN connector
REAR: When using the microphone connected to the AUDIO
IN CH1 connector
k AUDIO IN CH2 connector (XLR 3-pin) and input select
switch
Selects the audio signal for channel 2. Set the switch in the
same manner as for CH1.
l SDI (serial digital interface) connector (BNC type)
Outputs an HD-SDI or SD-SDI signal.
You can select to output the camera line signal, return signal,
VF signal, or SDI prompter signal (HSCU300R connection
only) using the menu.
Note
A prompter signal can be output from the camera with format
selected on the CCU.
The prompter signal type and output connector varies with the
camera and model of CCU.
Locations and Functions of Parts
11
Camera
Prompter signal
(varies with CCU
model)
Output connector
HSC300RF/ VBS × 1ch
HSC100RF
PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN
HSC300R
VBS × 2ch
1PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET
IN
2TEST OUT
HD-SDI/SD-SDI ×
1ch
SDI OUT
VBS-Y × 1ch
(Low Latency)
PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN
VBS × 1ch
PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN
VBS-Y × 1ch
(Low Latency)
PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN
HSC100R
Connection and Setup
Connecting a Camera Control Unit
(CCU)
When operating the camera in a system with a CCU, connect
the CCU connector of the camera and the CAMERA connector
of the CCU using an optical fiber cable or triax cable.
Secure the cable, as required, using the supplied cable clamp
belt.
To use the cable clamp belt
1
Insert the belt bracket C into hole A or B of the cable
clamp belt.
C
A
2
B
1 Remove the back screw-hole cover on the top of
the camera and 2 secure the cable clamp belt to the
camera, using the two supplied screws (+B3 × 10).
2
1
3
1 Release the buckle, 2 bundle the cable with the
belt, 3 then lock the buckle again.
1
3
2
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Connection and Setup
4
Adjust the length by pulling down the end of the belt.
Attaching a Viewfinder
Caution
When the viewfinder is attached, do not leave the camera with
the eyepiece facing the sun. Direct sunlight can enter through
the eyepiece, be focused in the viewfinder, and cause a fire.
Example: Attaching an HDVF-200 Viewfinder
For details on the viewfinder, refer to the operation manual for
the viewfinder.
B
Attaching a Lens
INCOM
1
3
LE
NS
SHUT
2
3
4
5
VF
A
1
1
3
A
B
VF
5
RET
For information on handling lenses, refer to the operation
manual for the particular lens.
RET
MIC
1
2
C
1
2
Loosen the viewfinder left-right positioning ring and
slide the viewfinder in the direction of arrow A.
The viewfinder stopper B automatically pops down.
TER WHT
OFF
ON
BLK
SEL
INETE
RCOM
LEVE
L
4
Push the lens fixing lever A upward and remove the
lens mount cap from the lens mount.
Align the lens alignment pin C with the notch B in
the upper part of the lens mount and insert the lens
into the mount.
While supporting the lens, push the lens fixing lever
A downward to secure the lens.
2
3
Tighten the viewfinder left-right positioning ring to
secure the viewfinder at the most convenient
position.
Connect the viewfinder cable to the VF connector.
To adjust the viewfinder front-rear position
The viewfinder can slide in the range of 53 mm (2 1/8 inches).
Adjust the front-rear position so that you can easily operate it
on your shoulder.
1 Pull the LOCK lever backward and 2 slide the viewfinder
backward or forward. Adjust the viewfinder front-rear position
and 3 lock it by returning the lever forward to the original
position.
Connect the lens cable to the LENS connector.
Secure the lens cable with the cable clamp.
To use a large studio-use lens
HSC300RF/HSC300R: A large studio-use lens can be used by
mounting the camera on an optional HDLA1500-series Large
Lens Adapter.
3
LOCK
2
Note
1
LOCK lever
When attaching the camera hangers to the camera, always
use the screws (+B4 × 10) supplied with the lens adapter.
To detach the viewfinder
For details, refer to the operation manual supplied with the
HDLA1500-series adapter.
Loosen the viewfinder left-right positioning ring, pull the
viewfinder stopper, then pull out the viewfinder by sliding it in
the direction opposite to that when attached.
Connection and Setup
13
Status displays in the viewfinder
When the STATUS/CANCEL switch is set to STATUS
Besides the video image, the viewfinder can display
characters and messages showing the camera settings and
operation status, as well as items such as a center marker or
safety-zone marker.
The status display changes to show the following items:
1 2
FORMAT
:1080-59.94i
ASSIGNABLE1
:OFF
ASSIGNABLE2
:OFF
ASSIGNABLE REAR:OFF
When the DISPLAY/MENU switch is set to DISPLAY
Items set to ON using the menu or related switches will be
displayed.
1
2
!ND
!CC
!FAN
!EXT
!FORMAT
3
4 5
3
EX Z55
TALK
F255
12.5V
:2
:C
:MAX
:ON
:1080-59.94i
a Assignable button function display
Displays the functions assigned to the assignable buttons.
For details about the functions that can be assigned, see
OPERATION menu <SWITCH ASSIGN1> on page 33.
6
5600
1A W:A
0dB 1/125
7 8
9
0
F5.6
qa
a TALK indicator
Displayed when the intercom microphone is set to ON.
b Format display
Displays the current video format.
c ‘!’ display area
Displays non-standard conditions using the ‘!’ IND function.
The display options can be set using the menu. (“!CC” display
on HSC300RF/HSC300R only)
b EX (lens extender) indicator
Displayed when using a lens extender.
For details, see OPERATION menu <‘!’ IND> on page 24.
c Zoom position indicator
Indicates the approximate position of the zoom lens variator
between wide angle (0) and telephoto (99).
Attaching a Microphone
d Battery voltage indicator
When the CAMERA POWER switch is set to EXT, the DC IN
voltage is displayed. When the switch is set to CCU, the
internal voltage of the camera is displayed.
e Focus position indicator
Shows the focus position of a zoom lens as a numeric value (0
to 255 [infinity]).
f 5600K mode indicator
Displayed when the internal electric filter (5600K) is set to ON.
A microphone can be attached to the camera, using the
microphone holder of the viewfinder or an optional CAC-12
Microphone Holder.
For details about attaching to the microphone holder of the
viewfinder, refer to the instruction manual for the viewfinder.
When the microphone is attached to the
microphone holder of the viewfinder
Secure the microphone cable A to the cable clamp B of the
camera.
g Filter indicator
Displays the types of filters currently selected. The number (1,
2, 3, or 4) indicates the ND filter, and the letter (A, B, C, or D)
indicates the CC filter (HSC300RF/HSC300R only).
VF
h White balance memory indicator
Shows the currently selected white balance automatic
adjustment memory. This is not displayed when a CCU is
connected.
W:A: The WHITE BAL switch is set to A.
W:B: The WHITE BAL switch is set to B.
W:P: The WHITE BAL switch is set to PRST.
i Gain value indicator
Shows the video gain value (dB) set with the GAIN switch.
j Shutter/ECS indicator
Displays the shutter/ECS status. Nothing is displayed if the
shutter is set to OFF.
k F-stop value indicator
Displays the lens f-stop value (iris value).
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Connection and Setup
LE
NS
SHUT
MIC
A
B
RET
TER WHT
OFF
ON
BLK
SEL
INETE
RCOM
LEVE
L
To attach a microphone using a CAC-12
When attaching a long-type microphone, such as an ECM674/678, use an optional CAC-12 Microphone Holder.
1
1 Remove the front screw-hole cover on the top then
2 fix the CAC-12 in place with the two screws (+B4 ×
8) supplied with the CAC-12.
2
CAC-12
Mounting the Camera to a Tripod
Mount the camera to a tripod, using an optional VCT-14 Tripod
Adapter.
Notes
• Select an appropriate hole from among those at the bottom
of the tripod adapter considering the balance of the weight
of the camera and the tripod adapter. If an inappropriate
hole is selected, the camera may fall over.
• Check that the size of the selected hole matches that of the
screw of the tripod. If they do not match, the tripod adapter
cannot be attached to the tripod securely.
1
2
Loosen the screw to open the CAC-12 and attach the
microphone.
If the microphone diameter is small, attach the adapter A
(supplied with the CAC-12 or the microphone) to the
microphone.
2
Tripod adapter
1
1
Platform
A
2
1
2
3
1 Attach the tripod adapter to the tripod and 2
secure it with the screw.
Place the camera on the tripod adapter and slide
forward it along the groove of the tripod adapter until
it clicks.
Move the camera backward and forward and check
that the camera does not come off.
To remove the camera from the tripod adapter
Hold down the red button and pull the lever in the direction of
the arrow.
Lever
Red button
Connection and Setup
15
If the pin of the tripod adapter does not return to its
original position
After removing the camera, if the pin of the tripod adapter does
not return to its original position, hold down the red button and
move the lever in the direction of the arrow to return the pin to
its original position. It is not possible to mount a camera with
the pin not seated.
Original position
Pin
Adjustments/Settings
Adjusting the Black Balance and White
Balance
In order to maintain high picture quality when using the
camera, it is necessary to set the black balance and white
balance appropriately for the conditions.
Note
When a CCU, RCP/RM, MSU or other external device is
connected, the camera is controlled from the external control
device, and the switches on the camera are disabled.
Adjusting the Shoulder Pad Position
You can shift the shoulder pad in the range of 28 mm
(1 1/8 inches). This adjustment helps you get the best balance
for shooting with the camera on your shoulder.
To adjust
1 Raise the lever in the center of the shoulder pad to unlock
the shoulder pad, 2 slide the shoulder pad backward or
forward until it is in the most convenient position, and 3 move
the lever down to lock the shoulder pad in the selected
position.
Lock lever
Black balance adjustment
The black balance needs adjustment in situations like the
following:
• The first time the camera is used
• When the camera is used after a long period of disuse
• When the surrounding temperature changes greatly
• When the gain value is changed using the setup menus
Normally, there is no need to adjust the black balance every
time the camera is turned on.
White balance adjustment
Always adjust the white balance when lighting conditions
change.
To adjust the black balance
Push the AUTO W/B BAL switch to BLK.
1
3
SHUTTE
R
NS
LE OFF
WHT
ON
RET SEL
BLK
INTERC
OM LE
AUTO W/B BAL switch
Bottom of the camera
2
Shoulder pad
VEL
Automatic black balance adjustment begins.
In automatic adjustment of black balance, both the black set
and black balance are adjusted.
During adjustment, the message “ABB: EXECUTING” will be
displayed on the viewfinder screen.
When the adjustment process is completed, the message
“ABB: OK” will be displayed. The adjusted value is
automatically stored in memory.
The black balance values stored in memory will be preserved
even when the camera power is turned off.
Notes
• During black balance adjustment, the iris will be
automatically closed.
• During black balance adjustment, the gain switching circuit
will work automatically, and the viewfinder screen will flicker
several times. This is not a malfunction.
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Adjustments/Settings
To adjust the white balance
1
With a lens which has automatic iris control: Set the
lens automatic/manual iris control switch to automatic.
Select the built-in filters according to the lighting
conditions with the filter select knobs.
4
Select white balance memory A or B with the WHITE
BAL switch and set the AUTO W/B BAL switch to WHT.
• HSC300RF/HSC300R
SHUTTE
R
NS
LE OFF
WHT
ON
C
RET SEL
2
CC filter select knob
BLK
INTERC
1 B
OM LE
VEL
WHITE BAL switch
ND filter select knob
AUTO W/B BAL switch
ND filter
CC (color temperature
conversion) filter
1
Clear
A
Cross filter
2
1/4 ND
B
3200K (clear)
3
1/16 ND
C
4300K
4
1/64 ND
D
6300K
• HSC100RF/HSC100R
(1: clear, 2: 1/4 ND, 3: 1/16 ND, 4: 1/64 ND)
Filter select knob
Automatic white balance adjustment begins.
During adjustment, the message “AWB: EXECUTING” will be
displayed on the viewfinder screen.
After about one second, the message “AWB: OK” will be
displayed, and the adjustment process will complete. The
adjusted value will be automatically stored in the selected
memory (A or B).
Note
When using a zoom lens with automatic iris control capability,
hunting1) may occur. Adjust the lens iris gain control (labeled
IG, IS, S, etc.).
1) Hunting: The automatic iris responds over and over, and the image
repeatedly darkens and lightens.
For more information, refer to the operation manual for the
lens.
About white balance memory
2
Place a white pattern, as shown below, with the same
lighting conditions as the subject, and zoom in on it.
A white object (white cloth, a white wall, etc.) near the
subject may be used in place of a white pattern.
A rectangle centered in the screen:
The length of the sides must be at least 70%
of the height and width of the screen.
Within this rectangle, there must be an area of white
greater than 10% of the entire screen.
Note
Be careful not to have any spots of high illumination in the
rectangle.
3
Adjust the lens iris opening.
With a manually adjusted lens: Set the opening to an
appropriate value.
There are two white balance memories: A and B. When you
execute automatic white balance adjustment, the adjusted
white balance value and the settings of the filter select knobs
will be stored in either memory A or B, selected with the
WHITE BAL switch.
The white balance values stored in memory will be preserved
even when power is turned off.
When power is turned on again, the white balance in memory
corresponding to the current WHITE BAL switch setting is
retrieved.
By setting FILTER WHT MEM to ON on the <OTHERS 2>
page of the MAINTENANCE menu, you can store a white
balance value for each of the built-in CC filters in memory A
and B individually. In this case, a total of 8 white balance
values can be stored as the camera has four CC filters. The
settings of the filter select knobs are not stored when you
adjust white balance with FILTER WHT MEM set to ON. In this
case, the white balance in memory corresponding to the
current WHITE BAL switch and CC filter select knob settings
is retrieved when power is turned on again.
If automatic black balance or white balance
adjustment fails
If the adjustment process does not end successfully, the error
message “ABB: NG” or “AWB: NG” will be displayed on the
viewfinder screen for approximately three seconds.
If this error message is displayed, try the adjustment again.
If the error message continues to be displayed after several
attempts, the camera requires internal inspection.
Adjustments/Settings
17
Setting the Electronic Shutter
2
This section explains the different modes which can be used
for the electronic shutter and gives the procedures for setting
the shutter mode and shutter speed.
Push the SHUTTER switch to the SEL position again
before the display disappears. Repeat this action until
the desired mode or speed is displayed.
Example: 59.94i format
Standard mode
Note
1/100
When a CCU, RCP/RM, MSU or other external device is
connected, the camera is controlled from the external control
device, and the switches on the camera are disabled.
About shutter modes
The shutter modes that can be used with the electronic shutter
of the camera and the shutter speeds that may be selected are
as follows.
Shutter
mode
Shutter speed1)
Usage
Standard
1/100, 1/125, 1/250,
1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
seconds
Use to obtain clear images
of quickly moving subjects
Variable over range
60.0 Hz to 4300 Hz
Use to obtain images of
video monitors without
horizontal striping
ECS
(Extended
Clear Scan)
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
ECS mode
Setting the Time
When using the camera for the first time, set the built-in clock
to the local time, using the <DATE> page of the
MAINTENANCE menu displayed on the viewfinder screen.
For details about menu operations, see “Menus” on page 22.
1) The values in the table are for 59.94i format. With other formats, the
available values may be different.
Note
With artificial lighting, particularly fluorescent lights and
mercury vapor lamps, the brightness appears to be constant,
but in fact the strength of the red, green, and blue components
varies with the power supply frequency. This phenomenon is
known as “flicker.” When using the electronic shutter under
these lighting conditions, there are certain cases in which the
flicker is more noticeable. In particular, color flicker is evident
when the power frequency is 60 Hz. In areas where the power
frequency is 50 Hz, setting the shutter speed to 1/100 second
will reduce the flicker.
1
2
3
4
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
“TOP” and push on the knob.
The TOP MENU screen is displayed.
Rotate the menu control knob to position the cursor
to MAINTENANCE and push on the menu control
knob.
The CONTENTS page of the MAINTENANCE menu is
displayed.
CONTENTS
M00 TOP
01.<AUTO SETUP>
02.<WHITE SHADING>
03.<BLACK SHADING>
04.<OHB MATRIX>
05.<AUTO IRIS>
06.<MIC GAIN>
07.<UP TALLY>
08.<CALL/TALLY>
09.<OUTPUT FORMAT>
10.<DOWN CONVERTER>
Push the SHUTTER switch from the ON position to the
SEL position.
SHUTTE
R
NS
LE OFF
ON
Set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to MENU while holding
the menu control knob pressed.
The camera enters menu mode, and “TOP” is displayed at
the upper right corner of the screen.
USER
USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
ALL
OPERATION
PAINT
MAINTENANCE
FILE
DIAGNOSIS
The shutter mode (Standard mode or ECS mode) and the
shutter speed in Standard mode are set using the SHUTTER
switch.
WHT
RET SEL
Turn on the camera.
<TOP MENU>
Selecting the shutter mode and speed
1
1/125
BLK
INTERC
OM LE
VEL
SHUTTER switch
The current shutter setting will be displayed in the
viewfinder for about three seconds.
Example: “Shutter: 1/250”
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Adjustments/Settings
5
Turn the menu control knob to scroll the page and
position the pointer to <DATE> then push on the
menu control knob.
The <DATE> page is displayed.
<DATE>
M16 TOP
8
DATE/TIME
2013/12/23
08:32
9
Repeat steps 4 through 7 until the image is in focus at
both telephoto and wide angle.
Tighten the Ff ring lock screw.
Setting the Focus Assist Function
6
7
Turn the menu control knob and set the date and time.
Push on the menu control knob to shift to the next digit.
Using the OPERATION menu, the assist functions for easier
focusing on the viewfinder screen can be activated.
Adding a VF detail signal
To finish the adjustments, set the DISPLAY/MENU
switch to OFF to exit menu mode.
Adjusting the Lens (Flange Back)
Adjustment of the flange back focal distance (the distance
between the lens mount attachment plane and the imaging
plane) is necessary in the following situations:
• The first time a lens is attached
• When changing lenses
• If the focus is not sharp at both telephoto and wide angle
when zooming
The flange back focal distance can be more precisely adjusted
by using the focus assist indicators.
Adding a VF detail signal to sharp edges in the image on the
viewfinder screen makes it easier to check the focusing
condition by observing changes in the detail signal or in the
color converted from the detail signal (color detail).
The focus setting where the detail signal becomes strongest is
the best focus setting.
1
2
3
For details about focus assist indicators, see “Displaying the
focus assist indicators” on page 20.
Turn on the camera.
Set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to MENU while holding
the menu control knob pressed.
The camera enters menu mode, and “TOP” is displayed at
the upper right corner of the screen.
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
“TOP” and push on the knob.
The TOP MENU screen is displayed.
<TOP MENU>
Note
USER
USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
ALL
OPERATION
PAINT
MAINTENANCE
FILE
DIAGNOSIS
The various parts of the lens used in adjusting the flange back
focal distance vary depending on the lens. Refer to the
operation manual for the lens.
1
2
Set the iris control to manual and open the iris fully.
Place a flange back adjustment chart approximately 3
meters (10 ft.) from the camera and adjust the lighting
to get an appropriate video output level.
4
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
OPERATION and push on the knob.
The CONTENTS page of the OPERATION menu is
displayed.
CONTENTS
About 3 meters
(10 ft)
3
4
5
6
7
Loosen the Ff (flange focal length) ring lock screw.
With either manual or power zoom, set the zoom ring
to telephoto.
Aim at the flange back adjustment chart and turn the
focus ring to focus the image.
Set the zoom ring to wide angle.
Turn the Ff ring to bring the flange back chart into
focus.
Take care not to move the distance ring.
00
TOP
01.<VF DISPLAY>
02.<'!'IND>
03.<VF MARKER>
04.<VF DETAIL>
05.<FOCUS ASSIST>
06.<ZEBRA>
07.<CURSOR>
08.<VF OUT>
09.<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
10.<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
5
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
<VF DETAIL> and push on the knob.
The <VF DETAIL> page is displayed.
<VF DETAIL>
04 TOP
VF DETAIL : ON
25%
CRISP
:
0
FREQUENCY: 9M
FLICKER : OFF
AREA
: 70%
ZOOM LINK: 100%
COLOR DETAIL : ON BLUE
PEAK COLOR : ON
CHROMA LEVEL: 100%
RETURN DISABLE:OFF
Adjustments/Settings
19
6
7
8
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
the item to be set and push on the knob.
To use the VF detail signal
Set VF DETAIL to ON to activate the VF detail function to
add the detail signal to sharp edges in the image. You can
adjust the signal level (strength) in the range of 0 to 100%
(default 25%).
You can adjust the characteristics of the detail signal with
the menu items below:
CRISP: Adjust to eliminate fine portions of the detail
signal.
FREQUENCY: Change the detection band of sharp
edges.
FLICKER: Turn the function ON/OFF to flicker the detail
signal, which makes it easier to check the signal on a
CRT screen.
AREA: To limit the area where to display the detail signal.
ZOOM LINK: Set the VF detail level at the full WIDE
position. (The VF detail level changes according to the
zoom position.)
To use the color detail
Set COLOR DETAIL to ON to convert the VF detail signal
to a specified color. This makes it easier to check the
signal on an LCD screen, including the viewfinder screen.
The display color can be selected at the column next to
ON.
You can adjust the coloring with the menu items below:
PEAK COLOR: Turn the function ON/OFF to change the
color where the detail signal is strongest.
CHROMA LEVEL: To reduce the chroma components of
the video signal (only for video signals on the
viewfinder).
1
2
INDICATOR :
MODE
:
LEVEL
:
GAIN
:
OFFSET
:
AREA MARKER:
SIZE
:
POSITION :
POSITION H:
POSITION V:
3
The focus assist indicator function extracts the irregularities of
a subject and converts the integrated values to a level
indicator, which shows the focus condition.
Level indicator (display position and operation can be adjusted)
4
Adjustments/Settings
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
the item to be set and push on the knob.
To use the level indicator
Setting INDICATOR to ON displays the level indicator on
the viewfinder. You can set the display format with the
menu items below.
MODE: Set the type and position of the indicator.
LEVEL: Set the density and the response speed of the
indicator.
GAIN: Set the sensitivity of the indicator.1)
OFFSET: Set the offset of the focus detection value.2)
To use the area marker
Setting AREA MARKER to ON displays the detection area
of the focus as a marker on the viewfinder screen.
You can set the size and position of the detection area with
the menu items below.
SIZE: The size of the detection area can be changed. (If
the area size is too large, both the subject and the
background are included in the area, making the
indicator display easily deviate from the subject.)
POSITION: Roughly set the position of the detection area.
POSITION H: Finely adjust the position of the detection
area in the horizontal directions.
POSITION V: Finely adjust the position of the detection
area in the vertical directions.
Displaying the focus assist indicators
20
05 TOP
OFF
BOX
BOTTOM
3
QUICK
50
50
ON
MIDDLE
CENTER
50
50
1) Normally, the sensitivity of the indicator is automatically set to
the optimum value in conjunction with the AREA MARKER
SIZE set value. Use this setting when an optimum sensitivity
value cannot be obtained, depending on the shooting
environment.
2) Normally, the optimum offset is automatically set in conjunction
with the AREA MARKER SIZE and MASTER GAIN set values.
Use this setting when the optimum offset cannot be obtained,
depending on the shooting environment.
To finish the adjustments, set the DISPLAY/MENU
switch to OFF to exit menu mode.
The focus setting where the indicator shows the maximum
level is the best focus setting. (The range of the indicator
substantially changes depending on picture elements or
shooting environments. Adjust it with GAIN and OFFSET as
required.)
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer to
<FOCUS ASSIST> and push on the menu control
knob.
The <FOCUS ASSIST> page is displayed.
<FOCUS ASSIST>
Rotate the menu control knob to display the desired
setting and push on the knob.
Area marker to display the detection area of the
focus (size and position can be adjusted)
Display the CONTENTS page of the OPERATION
menu (referring to step 1 to 4 in “Adding a VF detail
signal”).
5
Rotate the menu control knob to display the desired
setting and push on the knob.
To finish the adjustments, set the DISPLAY/MENU
switch to OFF to exit menu mode.
Notes
• The level indicator and the effect area marker cannot be
displayed simultaneously. Subsequently, whichever you set
to ON is preferentially displayed.
• The area marker and the aspect safety marker cannot be
displayed simultaneously. Subsequently, whichever you set
to ON is preferentially displayed.
• When displaying the focus assist indicators, check that the
flange back has been precisely adjusted.
For details about flange back, see “Adjusting the Lens (Flange
Back)” on page 19.
Setting the Camera Outputs
Outputting a constant return video
• When a CCU is connected, one of the signals being
supplied to the CCU can be output from the camera.
• The last selected return signal is output.
• The same character information as that displayed on the
viewfinder screen can be added to the output signal by
setting CHARACTER to ON on the <SDI OUT> or <TEST
OUT> page.
To output as HD-SDI
You can specify video signals directly output from the camera,
with menu operations.
Note
Menu page
Item
Setting
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
RET
Item
Setting
To output as SD-SDI
The MAIN (camera picture), RET (return video), or VF (the
same picture as that displayed on the viewfinder screen)
settings are common to SD-SDI and VBS. Different signals
cannot be output.
The menu pages used for the output settings have been
registered to the USER menu at the factory.
• <POWER SAVE>
• <OUTPUT FORMAT>
• <TEST OUT>
• <SDI OUT>
Menu page
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
SD-SDI
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
RET
To output as VBS
Menu page
Item
Setting
<POWER SAVE>
DOWN CONVERTER
ACTIVE
<TEST OUT>
OUTPUT
VBS
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
RET
Set the menu items on the above menu pages to the settings
shown in the following tables.
For details about menu operations and the USER menu, see
“Menus” on page 22.
Outputting the same image as that on the
viewfinder screen
Outputting the signal being shot (camera
picture)
• With HD-SDI, you can obtain a signal that includes the same
information as that being displayed on the viewfinder screen
according to the settings of the VF MARKER,
CHARACTER, VF DETAIL, ZEBRA, etc. The ON/OFF or
other settings for adding information are common to those
for the viewfinder. The output is synchronized with the
switching of the Y, R, G, B, or return signal.
• With SD-SDI or VBS, the output is synchronized only with
switching between a return signal and the camera image.
Switching of Y, R, G, and B is not supported. Also,
information other than CHARACTER (such as VF MARKER,
VF DETAIL, ZEBRA) cannot be added to the output.
The same textual information as that displayed on the
viewfinder screen can be added to the output signal by setting
CHARACTER to ON on the <SDI OUT> or <TEST OUT>
page.
To output as HD-SDI
Menu page
Item
Setting
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
MAIN
To output as SD-SDI
Note
Menu page
Item
Setting
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
SD-SDI
Menu page
Item
Setting
<POWER SAVE>
DOWN CONVERTER
ACTIVE
<TEST OUT>
OUTPUT
VBS
To output as VBS
With the settings for outputting the same image as that on the
viewfinder, the output will be in 1080i format, even if the format
setting is 720P.
To output as HD-SDI
Menu page
Item
Setting
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
VF
Menu page
Item
Setting
<POWER SAVE>
DOWN CONVERTER
ACTIVE
To output as SD-SDI
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
SD-SDI
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
VF
Adjustments/Settings
21
To output as VBS
Menu page
Item
Setting
<POWER SAVE>
DOWN CONVERTER
ACTIVE
<TEST OUT>
OUTPUT
VBS
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
VF
Outputting a prompter signal (HSC300R)
There are two types of prompter signals (VBS and SDI) which
are selected using a menu of the connected CCU.
In the case of the VBS prompter
Two prompter lines can be used at the same time.
• A VBS signal input to the PROMPTER1 connector on a
CCU is output from the PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN
connector of this unit.
• A VBS signal input to the PROMPTER2 connector on a
CCU is output from the TEST OUT connector of this unit.
To output the prompter 2 signal from the TEST OUT
connector
Menu page
Item
Setting
<TEST OUT>
OUTPUT
PROMPTER2
Menus
The menus displayed on the viewfinder screen enable various
settings of the camera.
The following controls are used to operate the menus.
To enter menu mode, you can use the DISPLAY/MENU switch
either on the side or on the rear operation panel.
The menu control knob at the low on the front panel and that
on the rear operation panel function the same. Rotate the knob
to select menu items or values and push on it to register
(enter) the selection.
Front right
Push
DISPLAY/MENU switch
Rotate
STATUS/CANCEL switch
Menu control knob
Rear operation panel
In the case of the SDI prompter
Either HD-SDI or SD-SDI can be input.
• The signal supplied to the SDI RET connector of the CCU is
output from the SDI connector of the camera.
• Menus of the CCU are used for switching between SDI
RET1 and SDI RET2 of the CCU input connectors, as well
as between HD-SDI and SD-SDI.
To output the SDI prompter signal from the SDI connector
RET1
RET
234
Push
PGM1
LEVEL
REAR
PGM2
ASSIGNABLE
DISPLAY
MIC
ON
Rotate
OFF
MENU
FRONT
PROD
OFF
INCOM
ENG
Menu page
Item
Setting
<SDI OUT>
SDI OUT
SDI-PROMPTER
INTERCOM
EARPHONE
DISPLAY/MENU switch
Outputting a prompter signal (HSC300RF/
HSC100RF/HSC100R)
A VBS signal input to the PROMPTER connector on a CCU is
output from the PROMPTER/GENLOCK/RET IN connector of
this unit.
Connects to an external device connected to the TRUNK
connector on the CCU to provide a communication path via
the CCU between that device and another external device
connected to the REMOTE connector on the camera.
To output the trunk signal from the REMOTE connector
Menu page
Item
Setting
<TRUNK>
TRUNK
ON
Menus
Displaying Menu Pages
To display a menu page
Set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to MENU.
The menu page last accessed will be displayed. If it is the first
time, the CONTENTS page of the USER menu will be
displayed.
Outputting a Trunk Signal
22
Menu control knob
To display the TOP MENU screen
If you set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to MENU while holding
the menu control knob pressed, “TOP” is displayed at the
upper right corner of the screen.
Turn the menu control knob to move the pointer (,) on the
display to “TOP” and push on the knob. The TOP MENU
screen is displayed, listing the available menus.
<TOP MENU>
USER
USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
ALL
OPERATION
PAINT
MAINTENANCE
FILE
DIAGNOSIS
To select a page from a CONTENTS page
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer with the
desired page indication then push on the menu control knob.
If the screen can be scrolled, arrows will indicate
the direction for scrolling.
CONTENTS
Menu
Description
USER
This menu includes often-used menu pages
selected from among the OPERATION, PAINT,
MAINTENANCE, FILE, and DIAGNOSIS menus.
Changing, adding, and deleting pages can be
performed with the USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
menu (page 24).
USER MENU
CUSTOMIZE
This menu allows you to edit the USER menu.
For details, see “Editing the USER Menu” on
page 24.
ALL
Pointer
This menu contains items for camera operators
to operate the camera. It mainly permits
viewfinder, intercom, and switch settings.
PAINT
This menu contains items for making detailed
image adjustments while using a waveform
monitor to monitor the waveforms output from the
camera. Support of a video engineer is usually
required to use this menu.
Although you can also use an external control
device to set the items on this menu, the menu is
effective when using the camera by itself
outdoors.
Page No.
<VF DETAIL>
VF DETAIL :
CRISP
:
FREQUENCY:
FLICKER :
This menu is for performing file operations, such
as writing or clearing the reference file.
DIAGNOSIS
This menu enables you to confirm the selfdiagnostic information.
04 TOP
ON
0
9M
OFF
1
Check that the pointer is located at the left of the page
number then push on the menu control knob.
The , arrow changes to a flashing ? question mark.
Flashing
<VF DETAIL>
VF DETAIL :
CRISP
:
FREQUENCY:
FLICKER :
2
To disable the “TOP” indication
? 04 TOP
ON
0
9M
OFF
Rotate the menu control knob to flip through the
pages, and push on the knob when the desired page
is displayed.
The ? question mark changes back to the , arrow. Items
on the page can now be selected and changed.
Align the pointer with “TOP” at the top right of the menu
page then push on the menu control knob.
<VF DETAIL>
Setting the Menu
Rotate the menu control knob to align the pointer with the
desired menu indication then push on the knob.
The CONTENTS page (page No. 00) or the last accessed
page of the selected menu is displayed.
25%
To return to the TOP MENU screen
Turn the power off then on again, or set the DISPLAY/MENU
switch to MENU while holding the STATUS/CANCEL switch
pressed toward CANCEL. This disables the TOP selection.
To select a menu on the TOP MENU screen
25%
To change the displayed page
MAINTENANCE This menu contains items for performing camera
maintenance operations, such as changing the
system or setting infrequently used “paint” items.
FILE
TOP
The selected page is displayed.
This menu permits you to control all items of the
OPERATION menu, PAINT menu,
MAINTENANCE menu, FILE menu, and
DIAGNOSIS menu as a single menu.
OPERATION
00
01.<VF DISPLAY>
02.<'!'IND>
03.<VF MARKER>
04.<VF DETAIL>
05.<FOCUS ASSIST>
06.<ZEBRA>
07.<CURSOR>
08.<VF OUT>
09.<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
10.<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
VF DETAIL :
CRISP
:
FREQUENCY:
FLICKER :
04 TOP
ON
0
9M
OFF
25%
To change a menu item setting
If a question mark is flashing at the left of the page number,
push on the menu control knob to change it to the pointer.
Items on the page can now be selected and changed.
1
Align the pointer with the desired item, then push on
the menu control knob.
The , arrow changes to a flashing ? question mark.
Menus
23
2
Rotate the menu control knob to change the setting
value.
When the knob is rotated quickly, the values will change
quickly; when rotated slowly, the values will change slowly.
To reset a changed value
If you press the STATUS/CANCEL switch toward
CANCEL before pushing on the menu control knob, the
setting will be returned to its previous value.
To suspend menu changes
Set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to OFF to turn off the
menu screen display.
The setting operation can be restarted by setting the
DISPLAY/MENU switch back to MENU.
3
4
To change other setting items on the same menu
page, repeat steps 1 through 3.
Set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to OFF.
Editing the USER Menu
You can select desired pages and items from the
OPERATION, PAINT, MAINTENANCE, FILE, and
DIAGNOSIS menus and register them to the USER menu.
If you specify pages or items frequently used for the USER
menu, you can easily call and use them.
The following pages are included on the factory-set USER
menu:
Menu page
USER
menu No.
Source menu/
page No.
<VF OUT>
U01
OPERATION
08
<VF DETAIL>
U02
OPERATION
04
<FOCUS ASSIST>
U03
OPERATION
05
<VF DISPLAY>
U04
OPERATION
01
<‘!’ IND>
U05
OPERATION
02
To enter a character string
<VF MARKER>
U06
OPERATION
03
When you press the menu control knob with the pointer
pointing to an item for which a character string, such as a file
ID, is to be specified, a cursor and the list of selectable
characters are displayed.
The displayed cursor can be moved by rotating the menu
control knob.
<CURSOR>
U07
OPERATION
07
<ZEBRA>
U08
OPERATION
06
<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
U09
OPERATION
09
<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
U10
OPERATION
10
<POWER SAVE>
U11
MAINTENANCE
M12
1
<HEADSET MIC>
U12
OPERATION
11
<MIC GAIN>
U13
MAINTENANCE
M07
2
3
24
Push on the menu control knob.
The ? question mark changes back to the , arrow, and
the item setting is registered.
To end menu operations
Set the cursor to the position where you wish enter a
character, then push on the menu control knob.
A second cursor is displayed in the character list.
Set the cursor to the character to be entered and push
on the menu control knob.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 to enter other characters.
• Select INS to insert a space character at the cursor
position.
• Select DEL to delete the character at the cursor
position.
• Select RET to return to step 1 without changing the
string.
• Entering the maximum number of characters (up to the
right edge) moves the cursor to ESC on the lower right
of the character list.
Select END and push on the menu control knob.
The new input string is registered.
To cancel the character string setting
Select ESC and push on the menu control knob.
<OUTPUT FORMAT>
U14
MAINTENANCE
M09
<TEST OUT>
U15
MAINTENANCE
M10
<SDI OUT>
U16
MAINTENANCE
M11
<TRUNK>
U17
MAINTENANCE
M13
<ROM VERSION>
U18
DIAGNOSIS
D03
For details about the items on each page, see “OPERATION
Menu” on page 30, “MAINTENANCE Menu” on page 39, and
“DIAGNOSIS Menu” on page 43.
The USER MENU CUSTOMIZE menu allows
you to configure the USER menu as follows:
• Creating a new page with items selected from multiple menu
pages
• Adding (registering) a menu page (new page you create or
existing menu page) to the USER menu
• Deleting (unregistering) a page from the USER menu
• Changing the order of pages of the USER menu
To return a menu item to its standard value
To edit items
Select the menu item to be returned to its standard value then
hold the menu control knob pressed for 3 seconds while the
arrow marker (,) is displayed.
If “10 SEC CLEAR” has been set to ON on the <FILE CLEAR>
page of the FILE menu, you can return the setting in the
reference file for the item being selected to the factory-set
value by holding the menu control knob pressed for another 10
seconds.
While the EDIT page of the USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
contains factory-preset items, the USER 1 EDIT to USER 19
EDIT pages are all blank in their initial state. You can register
up to 10 items, including blank lines, on each of these pages.
Menus
5
To add items to a page
1
CONTENTS
01.EDIT
02.USER
c 03.USER
04.USER
05.USER
06.USER
07.USER
08.USER
09.USER
10.USER
The USER 2 EDIT page appears again, displaying the
newly added item.
6
1
2
3
Select MOVE then push on the menu control knob.
The previously displayed page appears again.
Move the pointer to the position where you wish to
move the page then push on the menu control knob.
E03 TOP
ITEM MOVE
OUT
VF DETAIL
ESC
: COLOR
: OFF
MARKER
CURSOR
ZEBRA SW
: ON
: OFF
: OFF
:
1
z ASSIGNABLE1 : OFF
Move the pointer to the item to be added (this
operation is unnecessary if no item exists on the
page, as shown in the figure for the previous step)
then push on the menu control knob.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
EDIT FUNCTION
The item selected in step 1 moves to the position that you
selected in step 3.
In the above example, ASSIGNABLE1 is moved to the top,
and the other items are moved down one line.
To delete items from a page
1
ESC
c INSERT
MOVE
DELETE
BLANK
4
Move the pointer to the item to be moved then push
on the menu control knob.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
xx
c VF
c
3
Add the remaining items by repeating steps 3 to 5.
You can add up to 10 items on one page.
To change the order of items on a page
If the CONTENTS page is displayed, turn the menu
control knob until the pointer points to one of USER 1
EDIT to USER 19 EDIT, then push on the menu control
knob to select the page.
If a different page is displayed, turn the menu control
knob until the desired page screen appears then push
on the menu control knob to select the page.
Example: When you select the USER 2 EDIT page
USER 2 EDIT
2 Turn the menu control knob to move the pointer to the
desired item, then push on the menu control knob.
E00 TOP
PAGE
1 EDIT
2 EDIT
3 EDIT
4 EDIT
5 EDIT
6 EDIT
7 EDIT
8 EDIT
9 EDIT
If the menu has been used before, the page last accessed
appears.
2
1 Turn the menu control knob until the page that has the
desired items appears, then push on the menu control
knob.
Select USER MENU CUSTOMIZE on the TOP MENU
screen (page 22).
If this is the first time the USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
menu has been displayed, the CONTENTS page of the
menu appears.
xx
Add the items.
2
3
Move the pointer to INSERT and push on the menu
control knob.
The page with the last item added appears.
<SW STATUS>
FLARE
: c ON
GAMMA
: ON
BLK GAM : OFF
KNEE
: ON
WHT CLIP: ON
DETAIL : ON
LVL DEP : ON
SKIN DTL: OFF
MATRIX : OFF
P01 ESC
Move the pointer to the item to be deleted then push
on the menu control knob.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
Select DELETE then push on the menu control knob.
The previously displayed page appears again, and the
message “DELETE OK? YES,NO” is displayed.
To delete, turn the menu control knob to move the
pointer to YES then push on the menu control knob.
To insert a blank line
1
2
Move the pointer to the item above which you wish to
insert a blank line.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
Select BLANK then push on the menu control knob.
The previously displayed page appears again, and a blank
line is inserted above the specified item.
Menus
25
To delete a page
Note
You cannot insert a blank line on a page where 10 items have
already been registered.
1
To edit pages
You can add a page to the USER menu, delete a page from
the USER menu, or replace pages, using the EDIT PAGE of
the USER MENU CUSTOMIZE menu.
2
To add a page
1
2
Select USER MENU CUSTOMIZE on the TOP MENU
screen .
If this is the first time the USER MENU CUSTOMIZE
menu has been displayed, the CONTENTS page of the
menu appears.
If the menu has been used before, the page last accessed
appears.
If the CONTENTS page is displayed, turn the menu
control knob to move the pointer to EDIT PAGE then
push on the menu control knob to display the EDIT
PAGE screen.
If a different page is displayed, turn the menu control
knob until the EDIT PAGE screen appears then push
on the menu control knob to select the page.
xx
EDIT PAGE
E01 TOP
01.<VF OUT>
DETAIL>
03.<FOCUS ASSIST>
04.<VF DISPLAY>
05.<'!' IND>
06.<VF MARKER>
07.<CURSOR>
08.<ZEBRA>
09.<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
10.<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
c 02.<VF
On the EDIT PAGE screen of the USER MENU
CUSTOMIZE menu, move the pointer to the page to be
deleted and push on the menu control knob.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
Select DELETE then push on the menu control knob.
The previously displayed page appears again, and the
message “DELETE OK? YES,NO” is displayed.
ITEM DELETE
ESC
DELETE OK? YES c NO
01.<VF OUT>
02.<VF DETAIL>
03.<FOCUS ASSIST>
z 04.<VF DISPLAY>
05.<'!' IND>
06.<VF MARKER>
07.<CURSOR>
08.<ZEBRA>
09.<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
10.<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
3
To delete, turn the menu control knob to move the
pointer to YES then push on the menu control knob.
To change the order of pages
1
2
3
Display the EDIT PAGE screen of the USER MENU
CUSTOMIZE menu. Turn the menu control knob to
move the pointer to the page that you wish to move.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
Select MOVE then push on the menu control knob.
The EDIT PAGE screen appears again.
Move the pointer to the position where you wish to
move the page then push on the menu control knob.
xx
3
4
Move the pointer to the position where you wish to
add the page then push on the menu control knob.
The EDIT FUNCTION screen appears.
Select INSERT then push on the menu control knob.
The selection screen appears.
CONTENTS
xx
c 01.USER
02.USER
03.USER
04.USER
05.USER
06.USER
07.USER
08.USER
09.USER
10.USER
5
26
ESC
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Move the pointer to the desired page then push on the
menu control knob.
This adds the number and name of the selected page
above the item selected in step 3.
To cancel addition of a page
Before pushing the menu control knob in step 5, turn the
menu control knob to move the pointer to ESC at the top
right of the screen then push on the menu control knob.
The EDIT PAGE screen appears again.
Menus
ITEM MOVE
ESC
01.<VF OUT>
02.<VF DETAIL>
03.<FOCUS ASSIST>
c 04.<VF DISPLAY>
05.<'!' IND>
06.<VF MARKER>
07.<CURSOR>
08.<ZEBRA>
z 09.<SWITCH ASSIGN1>
10.<SWITCH ASSIGN2>
The page selected in step 1 is moved to the position selected
in step 3. In the above example, <SWITCH ASSIGN1> moves
to the “04” position, and the <VF DISPLAY> and following
pages move down one line.
Menu Tree
OPERATION
VF DISPLAY (01)
EX
ZOOM
DISP
FOCUS
ND
CC
5600K
IRIS
WHITE
D.EXT
GAIN
SHUTTER
BATT
RETURN
TALK
MESSAGE
‘ ! ’ IND (02)
ND
CC
WHITE
5600K
GAIN
SHUTTER
FAN
EXT
FORMAT
VF MARKER (03)
MARKER
LEVEL
CENTER
SAFETY ZONE
EFFECT
ASPECT
MASK
SAFETY
VF DETAIL (04)
VF DETAIL
CRISP
FREQUENCY
FLICKER
AREA
ZOOM LINK
COLOR DETAIL
PEAK COLOR
CHROMA LEVEL
RETURN DISABLE
FOCUS ASSIST (05)
INDICATOR
MODE
LEVEL
GAIN
OFFSET
AREA MARKER
SIZE
POSITION
POSITION H
POSITION V
ZEBRA (06)
ZEBRA
ZEBRA1
LEVEL
WIDTH
ZEBRA2
CURSOR (07)
CURSOR
LEVEL
BOX/CROSS
H POSITION
V POSITION
WIDTH
HEIGHT
BOX MEMORY
H POSI
V POSI
WIDTH
HEIGHT
OPERATOR FILE (15)
READ (USBtCAM)
WRITE (CAMtUSB)
PRESET
FILE ID
CAM CODE
DATE
VF OUT (08)
VF OUT
RET MIX VF
MIX DIRECTION
MX VF MODE
MX VF LEVEL
CHARACTER LEVEL
SWITCH ASSIGN 1 (09)
GAIN
ASSIGNABLE 1
ASSIGNABLE 2
ASSIGNABLE REAR
ASSIGNABLE HDLA
RE. ROTATION
SWITCH ASSIGN 2 (10)
LENS VTR S/S
FRONT RET
HANDLE SW1
HANDLE SW2
ZOOM SPEED
HEADSET MIC (11)
INTERCOM MIC
LEVEL
POWER
UNBAL
INTERCOM (12)
INTERCOM RECEIVE SELECT
INTERCOM (UC model)
ENG (CE model)
PROD (CE model)
PGM1
PGM2
TRACKER
SIDE TONE
TRACKER (13)
TRACKER RECEIVE SELECT
INTERCOM (UC model)
ENG (CE model)
PROD (CE model)
PGM1
PGM2
EARPHONE (15)
EARPHONE RECEIVE SELECT
INTERCOM (UC model)
ENG (CE model)
PROD (CE model)
PGM1
PGM2
TRACKER
Menus
27
PAINT
SW STATUS (P01)
FLARE
GAMMA
BLK GAM
KNEE
WHT CLIP
DETAIL
LVL DEP
SKIN DTL
MATRIX
VIDEO LEVEL (P02)
WHITE
BLACK
FLARE
GAMMA
V MOD
FLARE
V MOD
D.SHAD
TEST
COLOR TEMP (P03)
WHITE
AUTO WHITE BALANCE
COLOR TEMP
BALANCE
ATW
SPEED
MASTER
GAMMA (P04)
LEVEL
COARSE
TABLE
GAMMA
TEST
BLACK GAMMA (P05)
LEVEL
RANGE
TEST
SATURATION (P06)
SATURATION
LOW KEY SAT
RANGE
TEST
KNEE (P07)
K POINT
K SLOPE
KNEE
KNEE MAX
KNEE SAT
AUTO KNEE
POINT LIMIT
SLOPE
ABS
WHITE CLIP (P08)
W CLIP
ABS
28
Menus
MAINTENANCE
DETAIL 1 (P09)
DETAIL
LEVEL
LIMITER M
LIMITER WHT
LIMITER BLK
CRISP
LEVEL DEPEND
ABS
DETAIL 2 (P10)
H/V RATIO
FREQ
MIX RATIO
KNEE APT
DTL H/V MODE
ABS
SKIN DETAIL (P11)
SKIN DTL
SKIN GATE
ABS
ZOOM LINK
TELE
WIDE
CH SW
HUE
PHASE
WIDTH
SAT
LEVEL
USER MATRIX (P12)
R-G
R-B
G-R
G-B
B-R
B-G
MATRIX
PRESET
USER
MULTI
ADAPTIVE MATRIX
MULTI MATRIX (P13)
PHASE
HUE
SAT
ALL CLEAR
GATE
MATRIX
PRESET
USER
MULTI
SHUTTER (P14)
SHUTTER
ECS FREQ
SCENE FILE (P15)
1/2/3/4/5
STORE
STANDARD
READ (USBtCAM)
WRITE (CAMtUSB)
FILE ID
CAM CODE
DATE
AUTO SETUP (M01)
AUTO BLACK
AUTO WHITE
AUTO LEVEL
AUTO WHITE SHADING
AUTO BLACK SHADING
TEST
WHITE SHADING (M02)
V SAW
V PARA
H SAW
H PARA
WHITE
AUTO WHITE SHADING
WHITE SHAD MODE
BLACK SHADING (M03)
V SAW
V PARA
H SAW
H PARA
BLK SET
BLACK
MASTER GAIN
AUTO BLACK SHADING
2D BLACK SHADING
OHB MATRIX (M04)
PHASE
HUE
SAT
ALL CLEAR
OHB MATRIX
MATRIX
AUTO IRIS (M05)
AUTO IRIS
WINDOW
OVERRIDE
IRIS LEVEL
APL RATIO
IRIS GAIN
IRIS CLOSE
LENS (M06)
F NO.DISP
ALAC
AF DISPLAY
MIC GAIN (M07)
MIC1
MIC2
FRONT MIC +48V
CALL/TALLY (M08)
CCU CALL
CAM CALL
UP TALLY BRIGHTNESS
TALLY
NUMBER
CAMERA NUMBER
NUMBER DISPLAY
OUTPUT FORMAT (M09)
CURRENT
FILE
TEST OUT (M10)
OUTPUT
VBS-OUT
CHARACTER
GAIN
CHROMA
SETUP (UC model)
SYNC-OUT
V-PHASE
H-PHASE
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
ASPECT
SDI OUT (M11)
SDI OUT
CHARACTER
EMB AUDIO
DOWN CONVERTER
SELECT
ASPECT
POWER SAVE (M12)
DOWN CONVERTER
PROMPTER
D.EXT ENABLE
TRUNK (M13)
TRUNK
GENLOCK (M14)
REFERENCE
GENLOCK
STATUS
FORMAT
PHASE
V
H
DATE (M16)
DATE/TIME
FILE TIMESTAMP FORMAT
BATTERY ALARM (M17)
BEFORE END
END
OTHERS 1 (M17)
FAN MODE
CAM BARS
WHITE SETUP MODE
FILTER WHT MEM
EXT RETURN (M18)
DIAGNOSIS <HSC300RF/HSC100RF>
OPERATOR FILE (F01)
READ (USBtCAM)
WRITE (CAMtUSB)
PRESET
STORE PRESET FILE
FILE ID
CAM CODE
DATE
SCENE FILE (F02)
1/2/3/4/5
STORE
STANDARD
READ (USBtCAM)
WRITE (CAMtUSB)
FILE ID
CAM CODE
DATE
REFERENCE (F03)
STORE FILE
STANDARD
ALL PRESET
READ (USBtCAM)
WRITE (CAMtUSB)
FILE ID
CAM CODE
DATE
LENS FILE (F04)
STORE FILE
No.
NAME
F NO
CENTER MARKER
H POS
V POS
STORE
OHB FILE (F05)
STORE FILE
FILE CLEAR (F06)
PRESET OPERATOR
REFERENCE (ALL)
10 SEC CLEAR
OHB WHITE SHAD (ALL)
OHB BLACK SHAD
OHB ND OFFSET
OHB MATRIX
OPTICAL LEVEL (D01)
CCUtCAM
CAMtCCU
BOARD STATUS (D02)
OHB
DPR
SY
PS
SDI
ROM VERSION (D03)
CAMERA APP
O.S
PANEL
TG
SY
DPR
SDI
SERIAL NO. (D04)
MODEL
NO.
DIAGNOSIS <HSC300R/HSC100R>
BOARD STATUS (D01)
OHB
DPR
SY
PS
CD
PLD VERSION (D02)
CAMERA APP
O.S
PANEL
TG
SY
DPR
CD1
CD2
SERIAL NO. (D03)
MODEL
NO.
SD ASPECT
OPTION KEY (M19)
READ (USBtCAM)
INSTALLED OPTION
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OPERATION Menu
Legend
The following conventions are used in the menu list table.
ON, OFF, 0, ... in the Settings column: Default settings
Page No. nn (Unn): For pages that have been registered on the USER menu at the factory, the USER menu page numbers are indicated in
parenthesis.
ENTER to execute: Execute by pushing on the menu control knob.
HDLA: HDLA1500 series
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<VF DISPLAY>
01 (U04)
EX
ON, OFF
ZOOM
DISP
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Menus
Description
ON, OFF
LEFT, RIGT
FOCUS
ON, OFF
ND
ON, OFF
CC
ON, OFF
5600K
ON, OFF
IRIS
ON, OFF
WHITE
ON, OFF
D.EXT
ON, OFF
GAIN
ON, OFF
SHUTTER
ON, OFF
BATT
ON, OFF
RETURN
ON, OFF
TALK
ON, OFF
MESSAGE
ALL, WRN, AT, OFF
Enabled only when a serial lens is used
HSC300RF/HSC300R only
ALL: Displays all messages.
WRN: Displays warning messages and higher.
AT: Displays Auto Setup information and higher.
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<‘!’ IND>
02 (U05)
ND
[IND] ON, OFF
[IND]: Enable/disable the ‘!’ indication (page 14).
[NORMAL]: Specify the conditions under which the ‘!’
indication is not to be displayed even if [IND] is ON.
(By specifying the standard or normal conditions
here, non-standard or abnormal conditions can be
found using the ‘!’ indication in the viewfinder.)
[NORMAL] 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
(combination allowed)
[IND] ON, OFF
CC
[NORMAL] A, B, C, D, E
(combination allowed)
WHITE
[IND] ON, OFF, --[NORMAL] P, A, B (combination
allowed)
5600K
e.g.: With the default setting of ND, the ‘!’ indication is
displayed when an ND filter other than 1 is selected.
---: When a CCU is connected (cannot be changed)
CC: HSC300RF/HSC300R only
[IND] ON, OFF, --[NORMAL] ON, OFF
GAIN
[IND] ON, OFF, --[NORMAL] L, M, H (combination
allowed)
SHUTTER
[IND] ON, OFF, ---
FAN
[IND] ON, OFF
[NORMAL] ON, OFF
[NORMAL] AUTO1, AUTO2, MIN,
MAX
EXT
[IND] ON, OFF
FORMAT
[IND] ON, OFF
[NORMAL]
1080-59.94i, 1080-50i,
720-59.94P, 720-50P
<VF MARKER>
03 (U06)
MARKER
ON, OFF
Sets display of all markers ON/OFF.
WHITE, BLACK, DOT
LEVEL
0 to 100, 40
CENTER
ON, OFF
1, 2, 3, 4
SAFETY ZONE
ON, OFF
EFFECT
ON, OFF, (FOCUS)
ASPECT
ON, OFF
1: Entire cross
2: Entire cross with a hole
3: Center
4: Center with a hole
80.0, 90.0, 92.5, 95.0%
MASK
SAFETY
(FOCUS): Displayed when INDICATOR of <FOCUS
ASSIST> is ON.
16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3, (4.3)
(4.3): If VF SCAN is set to 4:3 when HDLA attached
(cannot be changed)
ON, OFF, (ON)
(ON): If VF SCAN is set to 4:3 when HDLA attached
(cannot be changed)
0 to 15, 12
Set the level to darken outside the aspect area.
ON, OFF, (AREA)
For the safety marker in Aspect mode.
(AREA): Displayed when AREA MARKER of <FOCUS
ASSIST> is ON.
80.0, 90.0, 92.5, 95.0%
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Page name
Page No.
Item
<VF DETAIL>
04 (U02)
VF DETAIL
Settings
Description
ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF)
Settings in ( ): When HDLA attached (cannot be
changed)
0 to 100%, (0 to 100%), 25%
CRISP
–99 to +99, 0
FREQUENCY
9M, 14M, 18M
FLICKER
ON, OFF
AREA
100%, 70%, 60%, 50%, 40%
ZOOM LINK
ON, OFF
0%, 25%, 50%, 75%, 100%
COLOR DETAIL
ON, OFF
BLUE, RED, YELLOW
<FOCUS ASSIST>
05 (U03)
Not displayed when
AF DISPLAY of
<LENS> is ON.
PEAK COLOR
ON, OFF
CHROMA LEVEL
100%, 50%, 25%, 0%
RETURN DISABLE
ON, OFF
INDICATOR
ON, OFF, (EFFECT)
MODE
(EFFECT): Displayed when EFFECT of <VF
MARKER> is ON.
BOX, B&W, COL
BOTTOM, LEFT, TOP, RIGHT
LEVEL
0 to 100, 40
QUICK, SMOOTH
GAIN
OFFSET
AREA MARKER
0 to 99, 50
ON, OFF, (ASPECT)
SIZE
SMALL, MIDDLE, LARGE
POSITION
LEFT, CENTER, RIGHT
POSITION H
0 to 99, 50
POSITION V
<ZEBRA>
06 (U08)
0 to 99, 50
ZEBRA
(ASPECT): Displayed when ASPECT SAFETY of <VF
MARKER> is ON.
0 to 99, 50
ON, OFF
1, 2, 1&2
ZEBRA1
<CURSOR>
07 (U07)
LEVEL
50 to 109%, 70%
WIDTH
0 to 30%, 10%
ZEBRA2
50 to 109%, 100%
CURSOR
ON, OFF
WHITE, BLACK, DOT
LEVEL
0 to 100, 40
BOX/CROSS
BOX, CROSS
H POSITION
0 to 99, 50
V POSITION
0 to 99, 50
WIDTH
0 to 99, 50
HEIGHT
0 to 99, 50
BOX MEMORY
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Menus
Display only if HDLA attached
1/2/3: OFF, ON
H POSI
1/2/3: 0 to 99, 50
V POSI
1/2/3: 0 to 99, 50
WIDTH
1/2/3: 0 to 99, 50
HEIGHT
1/2/3: 0 to 99, 50
Display only if HDLA attached
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<VF OUT>
08 (U01)
VF OUT
COLOR, Y, R, G, B,
(COLOR), (Y), (R), (G), (B),
(RET), (R+G), (R+B), (G+B)
Settings in ( ): When HDLA attached (cannot be
changed)
RET MIX VF
ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF)
Settings in ( ): When HDLA attached (cannot be
changed)
MIX DIRECTION
MAIN, RET
MIX VF MODE
Y-MIX, WIRE(W), WIRE(B)
MIX VF LEVEL
0 to 80%
CHARACTER LEVEL
0 to 5, 4
<SWITCH ASSIGN1> GAIN
09 (U09)
L: –3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12 dB
M: –3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12 dB
H: –3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12 dB
ASSIGNABLE1
ASSIGNABLE2
UC model:
---: When HDLA attached (HSC300RF/HSC300R only)
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, VF DETAIL, MIX VF,
5600K, FAN MAX,
D.EXTENDER, FOCUS ASSIST
INDICATOR, VF ASSIGN SW1,
VF ASSIGN SW2 - - CE model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, ENG, PROD, VF DETAIL,
MIX VF, 5600K, FAN MAX,
D.EXTENDER, FOCUS ASSIST
INDICATOR, VF ASSIGN SW1,
VF ASSIGN SW2 - - -
ASSIGNABLE REAR
UC model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, VF DETAIL, MIX VF,
5600K, FAN MAX,
D.EXTENDER, FOCUS ASSIST
INDICATOR, CURSOR,
MARKER, VF ASSIGN SW1,
VF ASSIGN SW2 - - CE model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, ENG, PROD, VF DETAIL,
MIX VF, 5600K, FAN MAX,
D.EXTENDER, FOCUS ASSIST
INDICATOR, CURSOR,
MARKER, VF ASSIGN SW1,
VF ASSIGN SW2 - - -
ASSIGNABLE HDLA
OFF, EXTENDER, 5600K, FAN
MAX
Only when HDLA attached
RE.ROTATION
STD, RVS
Specify operation mode of the menu control knob on
the front.
STD: Clockwise rotation moves the pointer down or
increases values on the menu screen.
RVS: Counterclockwise rotation moves the pointer
down or increases values on the menu screen.
Menus
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Page name
Page No.
Item
<SWITCH ASSIGN2> LENS VTR S/S
10 (U10)
<INTERCOM>
12
<TRACKER>
13
34
Menus
UC model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, VF ASSIGN SW1,
VF ASSIGN SW2
CE model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, ENG, PROD, VF ASSIGN
SW1, VF ASSIGN SW2
Assign a function to the VTR START/STOP switch on
the mounted lens.
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, D.EXTENDER
HANDLE SW1
UC model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, ZOOM(T)
CE model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, ENG, PROD, ZOOM(T)
HANDLE SW2
UC model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, INCOM, ZOOM(W)
CE model:
OFF, RETURN1 SW, RETURN2
SW, ENG, PROD, ZOOM(W)
INTERCOM MIC
LEVEL
0 to 99, 20
DYNAMIC, CARBON, MANUAL
(–60 dB)
Settings in ( ): With DYNAMIC or CARBON (cannot be
changed)
–6, 0, 6 dB
Input gain
POWER
ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF)
Settings in ( ): With DYNAMIC or CARBON (cannot be
changed)
UNBAL
ON, OFF, (ON), (OFF)
Settings in ( ): With CARBON (cannot be changed)
INTERCOM RECEIVE
SELECT
–60 dB, –40 dB, –20 dB,
SEPARATE, MIX
INTERCOM
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
UC model only
ENG
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PROD
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PGM1
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
PGM2
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
TRACKER
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
SIDE TONE
MU, 1 to 99, 50
TRACKER RECEIVE
SELECT
SEPARATE, MIX
INTERCOM
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
UC model only
ENG
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PROD
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PGM1
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
PGM2
<EARPHONE>
14
Description
FRONT RET
ZOOM SPEED
<HEADSET MIC>
11 (U12)
Settings
EARPHONE RECEIVE
SELECT
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
SEPARATE, MIX
INTERCOM
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
UC model only
ENG
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PROD
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
CE model only
PGM1
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
PGM2
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
TRACKER
---, LEFT, RIGHT, BOTH
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<OPERATOR FILE>
15
READ (USB→CAM)
ENTER to execute
Reads the operator file from a USB drive.
WRITE (CAM→USB)
ENTER to execute
Writes the current settings of the operator file items to
a USB drive.
PRESET
ENTER to execute
To set the operator file items to the preset values in
internal memory
FILE ID
Max. 16 characters
Enters a comment for the operator file to be written to
a USB drive.
See “FILE Menu” on page 42.
CAM CODE
Camera code
(display only)
DATE
Date
(display only)
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<SW STATUS>
P01
FLARE
ON, OFF
GAMMA
ON, OFF
BLK GAM
ON, OFF
PAINT Menu
<VIDEO LEVEL>
P02
<COLOR TEMP>
P03
KNEE
ON, OFF
WHT CLIP
ON, OFF
DETAIL
ON, OFF
LVL DEP
ON, OFF
SKIN DTL
ON, OFF
MATRIX
ON, OFF
WHITE
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
BLACK
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
FLARE
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
GAMMA
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
V MOD
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
FLARE
ON, OFF
V MOD
ON, OFF
D. SHAD
ON, OFF
TEST
OFF, SAW, 10STEP
WHITE
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
AUTO WHITE
BALANCE
0 K to 65535 K, 3200 K
BALANCE
–99 to +99, 0
ATW
ON, OFF
MASTER
Selectable only when a lens supporting dynamic
shading is used.
ENTER to execute
COLOR TEMP
SPEED
R, G, B, and M (master) values can be independently
set.
(M cannot be set for WHITE.)
1 to 5, 4
–3.0 dB to +12.0 dB, 0.0 dB
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Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<GAMMA>
P04
LEVEL
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
R, G, B, and M (master) values can be independently
set.
COARSE
0.35 to 0.90 (0.05 steps), 0.45
TABLE
STANDARD, HYPER
<BLACK GAMMA>
P05
UC model:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
CE model:
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
With STANDARD selected:
1: equivalent to a camcorder
2: 4.5-times gain
3: 3.5-times gain
4: equivalent to SMPTE-240M
5: equivalent to ITU-R709
6: 5.0-times gain
7: 5.0-times gain - 709
1, 2, 3, 4
With HYPER selected
1: 325% to 100%
2: 460% to 100%
3: 325% to 109%
4: 460% to 109%
GAMMA
ON, OFF
TEST
OFF, SAW, 10STEP
LEVEL
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
RANGE
LOW, L.MID, H.MID, HIGH
TEST
OFF, SAW, 10STEP
SATURATION
–99 to +99, 0
R, G, B, and M (master) values can be independently
set.
ON, OFF
<SATURATION>
P06
ON, OFF
LOW KEY SAT
RANGE
–99 to +99, 0
LOW, L.MID, H.MID, HIGH
ON, OFF
<KNEE>
P07
TEST
OFF, SAW, 10STEP
K POINT
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
K SLOPE
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
KNEE
ON, OFF
KNEE MAX
ON, OFF
KNEE SAT
–99 to +99, 0
AUTO KNEE
OFF, AUTO
Absolute values are displayed in ABS mode except for
[M] (master).
ON, OFF
POINT LIMIT
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
SLOPE
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
ABS
<WHITE CLIP>
P08
W CLIP
Menus
–99 to +99, 0
ON, OFF
ABS
36
Highlighted: ABS (Absolute) mode
Highlighted: ABS (Absolute) mode
Page name
Page No.
<DETAIL 1>
P09
Item
Settings
Description
DETAIL
ON, OFF
LEVEL
–99 to +99, 0
LIMITER M
–99 to +99, 0
LIMITER WHT
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
LIMITER BLK
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
CRISP
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
LEVEL DEPEND
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
ON, OFF
ABS
<DETAIL 2>
P10
Highlighted: ABS (Absolute) mode
H/V RATIO
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
FREQ
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
MIX RATIO
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
KNEE APT
–99 to +99, 0
Absolute value is displayed in ABS mode.
DTL H/V MODE
H/V, V only
ON, OFF
ABS
<SKIN DETAIL>
P11
Highlighted: ABS (Absolute) mode
SKIN DTL
ON, OFF
SKIN GATE
OFF, 1, 2, 3, (MAT)
ABS
ZOOM LINK
TELE
WIDE
CH SW
<USER MATRIX>
P12
Highlighted: ABS (Absolute) mode
OFF, ON
0 to 99
0 to 99
1: (ON), 2/3: ON, OFF
HUE
1/2/3: ENTER to execute
PHASE
1/2/3: 0 to 359
WIDTH
1/2/3: 0 to 90, 29
SAT
1/2/3: –99 to +99, –89
LEVEL
1/2/3: –99 to +99, 0
R-G
–99 to +99, 0
R-B
–99 to +99, 0
G-R
–99 to +99, 0
G-B
–99 to +99, 0
B-R
–99 to +99, 0
B-G
–99 to +99, 0
MATRIX
ON, OFF
PRESET
1, 2, 3: The skin gate function can be turned ON for the
specified channel only.
(MAT): Displayed when GATE of <MULTI MATRIX> is
ON.
ON, OFF, --
Sets the skin tone detail function independently for
each channel. (Channel 1 is always set to ON.)
Absolute values are indicated for LEVEL only in ABS
mode.
--: When MATRIX is set to OFF (cannot be changed)
SMPTE-240M, ITU-709, SMPTEWIDE, NTSC, EBU, ITU-601, -USER
MULTI
ADAPTIVE MATRIX
ON, OFF, -ON, OFF, -OFF, ON
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Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<MULTI MATRIX>
P13
PHASE
0, 23, 45, 68, 90, 113, 135, 158,
180, 203, 225, 248, 270, 293,
315, 338
HUE
–99 to +99, 0
Selects an axis (angle) at PHASE for which the
multimatrix adjustment to be made, and set HUE and
SAT. (HUE and SAT can be adjusted independently for
16 axes.)
SAT
–99 to +99, 0
ALL CLEAR
ENTER to execute
GATE
ON, OFF, (1), (2), (3)
MATRIX
ON, OFF
PRESET
ON, OFF, --
(1), (2), (3): Displayed when SKIN GATE of <SKIN
DETAIL> is ON.
--: When MATRIX is set to OFF (cannot be changed)
SMPTE-240M, ITU-709, SMPTEWIDE, NTSC, EBU, ITU-601, --
<SHUTTER>
P14
USER
ON, OFF, --
MULTI
ON, OFF, --
SHUTTER
ECS FREQ
<SCENE FILE>
P15
ON, OFF
59.94i format: 1/100, 1/125,
1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
50i format: 1/60, 1/125, 1/250,
1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
59.94P format: 1/100, 1/125,
1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
50P format: 1/60, 1/125, 1/250,
1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
Step shutter selection
59.94i format: 60.00 to 4300 Hz
50i format: 50.00 to 4700 Hz
59.94P format: 59.96 to 4600 Hz
50P format: 50.03 to 4600 Hz
1
Stores and reads scene files (paint data):
When storing a file in camera memory, specify the
number before executing STORE.
When reading, only specify the number.
2
3
4
5
STORE
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Menus
ENTER to execute
STANDARD
ENTER to execute
Reads the standard paint data.
READ (USB→CAM)
ENTER to execute
Loads five scene files from a USB drive to internal
memory.
WRITE (CAM→USB)
ENTER to execute
Writes five scene files in camera memory to a USB
drive.
FILE ID
Max. 16 characters
Enters a comment for the scene files to be written to a
USB drive.
See “To enter a character string” on page 24.
CAM CODE
Camera code
(display only)
DATE
Date
(display only)
MAINTENANCE Menu
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<AUTO SETUP>
M01
AUTO BLACK
ENTER to execute
<WHITE SHADING>
M02
<BLACK SHADING>
M03
<OHB MATRIX>
M04
AUTO WHITE
ENTER to execute
AUTO LEVEL
ENTER to execute
AUTO WHITE SHADING
ENTER to execute
AUTO BLACK SHADING
ENTER to execute
TEST
OFF, SAW, 10STEP
V SAW
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
V PARA
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
H SAW
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
H PARA
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
WHITE
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
AUTO WHITE SHADING
ENTER to execute
WHITE SHAD MODE
RGB, RB
V SAW
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
V PARA
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
H SAW
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
H PARA
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
BLK SET
R/G/B: –99 to +99, 0
BLACK
R/G/B/M: –99 to +99, 0
MASTER GAIN
–6, –3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12 dB
AUTO BLACK SHADING
ENTER to execute
2D BLACK SHADING
ON, OFF
PHASE
0, 23, 45, 68, 90, 113, 135, 158,
180, 203, 225, 248, 270, 293,
315, 338
HUE
–99 to +99, 0
SAT
–99 to +99, 0
ALL CLEAR
ENTER to execute
OHB MATRIX
ON, OFF
MATRIX
ON, OFF
Description
R, G, and B values can be independently set.
R, G, and B values can be independently set.
M (master) value can also be set for BLACK.
Selects an axis (angle) at PHASE for which the OHB
matrix adjustment to be made, and set HUE and SAT.
(HUE and SAT can be adjusted independently for 16
axes.)
The HUE and SAT values for all PHASE settings are
cleared.
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Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<AUTO IRIS>
M05
AUTO IRIS
ON, OFF
WINDOW
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Description
Selects the auto iris window:
1
2
3
4
5
6
The shaded parts indicate the area where light
detection occurs.
<LENS>
M06
<MIC GAIN>
M07
<CALL/TALLY>
M08 (U13)
OVERRIDE
–99 to 99, ---
Set the override to temporarily change the reference
value for brightness of the automatic iris level in the
range of ±2 steps.
–99: Two steps to fully closed iris.
99: Two steps to fully opened iris.
--- : OFF
The setting returns to “---” when the power is turned
off.
IRIS LEVEL
–99 to +99, 0
±4 steps
APL RATIO
–99 to +99, 65
IRIS GAIN
–99 to +99, 0
IRIS CLOSE
ON, OFF
F NO. DISP
CONTROL, RETURN
Selects the iris indication on the panel when AUTO
IRIS is off:
CONTROL: To display the value from the camera
RETURN: To display the value returned from the lens
(When AUTO IRIS is ON, the value returned from the
lens is always displayed.)
ALAC
AUTO, OFF
With AUTO selected, the status is displayed at the
right.
(ACTIVE): Compensation is in progress.
(WAIT): Waiting for completion of lens initialization
(STOP): Compensation is turned off for a nonapplicable lens
AF DISPLAY
ON, OFF
MIC1
20, 30, 40, 50, 60 dB
MIC2
20, 30, 40, 50, 60 dB
FRONT MIC +48V
ON, OFF
CCU CALL
OFF, ON, ---
CAM CALL
OFF, ON, ---
Valid only in standalone operation.
--- : When a CCU is connected (cannot be changed)
UP TALLY BRIGHTNESS
TALLY
NUMBER
Menus
0 to 100, 50
CAMERA NUMBER
---, 1 to 96
NUMBER DISPLAY
ON, OFF, AUTO
AUTO: When HDLA is attached, corresponds to the
UP TALLY switch setting.
1080: 59.94i, 50i
720: 59.94P, 50P
Displays the current format.
<OUTPUT FORMAT> CURRENT
M09 (U14)
40
0 to 100, 50
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<TEST OUT>
M10 (U15)
OUTPUT
SD-SYNC, HD-SYNC, VF, VBS,
PROMPTER
VBS-OUT
OUTPUT is displayed for VBS.
CHARACTER
ON, OFF
GAIN
–99 to +99, 0
CHROMA
–99 to +99, 0
SETUP
ON, OFF
SYNC-OUT
V-PHASE
–999 to +999, 0
H-PHASE
–999 to +999, 0
DOWN CONVERTER
<SDI OUT>
M11 (U16)
SELECT
MAIN, RET, VF
SQ, EC
OUTPUT is displayed during SD-SYNC and
HD-SYNC.
OFF, MAIN, VF, RET, SD-SDI,
SDI PROMPTER
CHARACTER
ON, OFF
EMB AUDIO
OFF, MIC, PGM
DOWN CONVERTER
<POWER SAVE>
M12 (U11)
Displayed when the format is NTSC.
OUTPUT is displayed for VBS.
ASPECT
SDI OUT
Description
SDI OUT is displayed for SD-SDI.
SELECT
MAIN, RET, VF
ASPECT
SQ, EC
DOWN CONVERTER
PWR SAVE, ACTIVE
PROMPTER
PWR SAVE, ACTIVE
D.EXT ENABLE
ENABLE, DISABLE
<TRUNK>
M13 (U17)
TRUNK
ON, OFF
<GENLOCK>
M14
REFERENCE
Synchronization status
(display only)
GENLOCK
ENABLE, DISABLE
Not displayed when a CCU is connected.
STATUS
FORMAT
PHASE
<DATE>
M15
V
–1024 to +1023, 0
H
–1700 to +1700, 0
DATE/TIME
yyyy/mm/dd
hh:mm
FILE TIMESTAMP
FORMAT
1 Y/Mn/D, 2 Mn/D, 3 D/M/Y
4 D/M, 5 M/D/Y, 6 M/D
<BATTERY ALARM>
M16
BEFORE END
11.5 to 17.0 V
END
11.0 to 11.5 V
<OTHERS>
M17
FAN MODE
OFF, AUTO1, AUTO2, MIN, MAX AUTO1: Normal rotation
AUTO2: Slow rotation
CAM BARS
ON, OFF
<EXT RETURN>
M18
WHITE SETUP MODE
AWB, A.LVL
FILTER WHT MEM
ON, OFF
SD ASPECT
SQ, EC
Y: Year
Mn: Month (numeric)
M: Month (character string)
D: Day
Sets the function to use independent white memory at
each CC filter position to ON/OFF (HSC300RF/
HSC300R only).
Menus
41
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<OPTION KEY>
M19
READ (USB→CAM)
Execute via ENTER.
INSTALLED OPTION
Description
Reads the install key from a USB drive.
Displayed only when an option has been installed.
FILE Menu
Five types of files can be used for easy adjustments of the
camera; Operator, Reference, Scene, OHB, and Lens.
You can store the items set with the OPERATION menu and
customized USER menu in the Operator file.
For the specific items included in these files, refer to the
Maintenance Manual.
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
Description
<OPERATOR FILE>
F01
READ (USB→CAM)
ENTER to execute
Reads the operator file from a USB drive.
WRITE (CAM→USB)
ENTER to execute
Writes the current settings of the operator file items to
a USB drive.
PRESET
ENTER to execute
To set the operator file items to the preset values in
internal memory.
STORE PRESET FILE
ENTER to execute
Stores the current settings of the operator file items in
the operator file in internal memory.
FILE ID
Max. 16 characters
Enters a comment for the operator file to be written to
a USB drive.
See “To enter a character string” on page 24.
CAM CODE
Camera code
(display only)
DATE
Date
(display only)
<SCENE FILE>
F02
1
Stores and reads scene files (paint data):
When storing a file in camera memory, specify the
number before executing STORE.
When reading, only specify the number.
2
3
4
5
<REFERENCE>
F03
STORE
ENTER to execute
STANDARD
ENTER to execute
Reads the standard paint data.
READ (USB→CAM)
ENTER to execute
Loads five scene files from a USB drive to internal
memory.
WRITE (CAM→USB)
ENTER to execute
Writes five scene files in camera memory to a USB
drive.
FILE ID
Max. 16 characters
Enters a comment for the scene files to be written to a
USB drive.
See “To enter a character string” on page 24.
CAM CODE
Camera code
(display only)
DATE
Date
(display only)
STORE FILE
ENTER to execute
To store the current settings of the reference file items
in the reference file in internal memory.
STANDARD
ENTER to execute
To read the standard values in the reference file in
internal memory.
ALL PRESET
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Menus
ENTER to execute
To resume the factory-preset reference file
READ (USB→CAM)
ENTER to execute
Loads a reference file from a USB drive.
WRITE (CAM→USB)
ENTER to execute
Writes the current settings of the reference file items
as a reference file to a USB drive.
FILE ID
Max. 16 characters
Enters a comment for the reference file to be written to
a USB drive.
See “To enter a character string” on page 24.
CAM CODE
Camera code
(display only)
DATE
Date
(display only)
Page name
Page No.
Item
Settings
<LENS FILE>
F04
STORE FILE
ENTER to execute
No.
1 to 17, 1
1 to 16: When using a non-serial lens
17: When using a serial lens
F1.0 to F3.4, F1.7
Changeable only when using a non-serial lens
NAME
F NO
Changeable only when using a non-serial lens
CENTER MARKER
H POS
–20 to +20, 0
V POS
–20 to +20, 0
STORE
ENTER to execute
<OHB FILE>
F05
STORE FILE
ENTER to execute
<FILE CLEAR>
F06
PRESET OPERATOR
ENTER to execute
REFERENCE (ALL)
ENTER to execute
10 SEC CLEAR
Description
ON, OFF
OHB WHITE SHAD (ALL)
ENTER to execute
OHB BLACK SHAD
ENTER to execute
OHB ND OFFSET
ENTER to execute
OHB MATRIX
ENTER to execute
To set and store the center marker position
H POS: Increasing the value moves the position to the
right.
V POS: Increasing the value moves the position
downwards.
To store the offset values of the items specific to the
CCD (No repeated store operation is necessary even if
the CCD is reattached.)
To activate/deactivate the function to clear the current
menu item.
See “To return a menu item to its standard value” on
page 24.
DIAGNOSIS Menu
This menu is only for viewing and camera settings cannot be
made using this menu.
However, some items set the conditions for viewing.
HSC300RF/HSC100RF
Page name
Page No.
Item
Indication
<OPTICAL LEVEL>
D01
CCU→CAM
GREEN, YELLOW, RED, NG, NO SIGNAL
CAM→CCU
GREEN, YELLOW, RED, NG, NO SIGNAL
<BOARD STATUS>
D02
OHB
OK, NG
<ROM VERSION>
D03 (U15)
<SERIAL No.>
D04
DPR
OK, NG
SY
OK, NG
PS
OK, NG
SDI
OK, NG
CAMERA APP
Vx.xx
O.S
Vx.xx
PANEL
Vx.xx
TG
Vx.xx
SY
Vx.xx
DPR
Vx.xx
SDI
Vx.xx
MODEL
HSCxxxx
NO.
xxxxxxx
Description
Displayed only when mounted in HDLA
Menus
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HSC300R/HSC100R
Page name
Page No.
Item
<BOARD STATUS>
D01
OHB
OK, NG
DPR
OK, NG
SY
OK, NG
PS
OK, NG
CD
OK, NG
CAMERA APP
Vx.xx
O.S
Vx.xx
PANEL
Vx.xx
<ROM VERSION>
D02 (U15)
<SERIAL No.>
D03
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Menus
Indication
TG
Vx.xx
SY
Vx.xx
DPR1
Vx.xx
CD1
Vx.xx
CD2
Vx.xx
MODEL
HSCxxxx
NO.
xxxxxxx
Description
Displayed only when mounted in HDLA
Phenomena specific to image sensors
Appendix
Precautions
The fan and battery are consumable parts that will need
periodic replacement.
When operating at room temperature, a normal replacement
cycle will be about 5 years. However, this replacement cycle
represents only a general guideline and does not imply that
the life expectancy of these parts is guaranteed. For details on
parts replacement, contact your dealer.
The life expectancy of the electrolytic capacitor is about
5 years under normal operating temperatures and normal
usage (8 hours per day; 25 days per month).
If usage exceeds the above normal usage frequency, the life
expectancy may be reduced correspondingly.
Note on laser beams
Laser beams may damage the CCDs. If you shoot a scene that
includes a laser beam, be careful not to let a laser beam
become directed into the lens of the camera.
Note
The following phenomena that may appear in images are
specific to CCD (Charge Coupled Device) image sensors.
They do not indicate a malfunction.
White flecks
Although the CCD image sensors are produced with highprecision technologies, fine white flecks may be generated on
the screen in rare cases, caused by cosmic rays.
This is related to the principle of CCD image sensors and is
not a malfunction.
The white flecks especially tend to be seen
• when operating at a high environmental temperature
• when you have raised the master gain (sensitivity)
• when using slow shutter
Smearing
When an extremely bright object, such as a strong spotlight or
flashlight, is being shot, vertical tails may be produced on the
screen, or the image may be distorted.
Monitor screen
Do not subject to severe shocks
Bright object (e.g., strong
spotlight, strong reflected light,
flashlight, the Sun)
Damage to the case or internal components may result.
After use
Set the power switch to OFF.
Operation and storage environment
Store in a level place with air conditioning.
If the unit gets wet, make sure it is completely dry before
storage.
Avoid using or storing the unit in the following places:
• Extremely hot or cold places
• Places with high humidity
• Places with strong vibration
• Near strong magnetic fields
• In places where it receives much direct sunlight, or near
heating equipment
Condensation
If the unit is suddenly taken from a cold to a warm location, or
if ambient temperature suddenly rises, moisture may form on
the outer surface of the unit and/or inside of the unit. This is
known as condensation. If condensation occurs, turn off the
unit and wait until the condensation clears before operating the
unit. Operating the unit while condensation is present may
damage the unit.
Vertical tails shown on the
image
Aliasing
When fine patterns, stripes, or lines are shot, they may appear
jagged or flicker.
Digital Triax Transmission (HSC300R/
HSC100R)
A powerful error-correction function is incorporated for the
transmission between the camera and CCU. However, if an
error occurs on long-distance transmission because of
external noise or for some other reason, the compensation by
interpolation that partially uses the previous picture may
operate.
In digital triax transmission, the following video delay in
transmission may occur.
• The video delay in transmission between the camera and
the CCU is approx. 9 ms to 12 ms.
• A delay of about 1 frame occurs on the viewfinder display if
a camera image is sent back from the CCU to the camera as
a return signal.
• The prompter video will delay approx. 5 frames in the
standard mode. (For the prompter video, either the standard
mode or the low-delay mode using simplified images can be
selected on the CCU).
• An appropriate delay is applied to the MIC 1 and 2 audio
signals from the CCU to match the video delay.
• A certain time is required for the video signal transmitted
between the camera and the CCU to stabilize after power is
applied. This is not a malfunction.
Appendix
45
Triax Transmission Distances
When an HSC300R is connected to HSCU300R/
HSCU-300
The maximum and minimum transmission distances allowed
for triax cable connection are shown in the table below. The
distances may vary according to the conditions, such as the
total power requirements (including the power supply to the
camera from the CCU) and cable degradation.
Allowable transmission range when using triax cables with the
following characteristics:
Attenuation: 3.8 to 68.4 dB at 100 MHz (including the
connector loss)
Cable type (example)
Max. distance1) Min. distance
Fujikura
8.5 mm dia.
900 m (2953 ft)2) 50 m (164 ft)
Fujikura
14.5 mm dia.
1800 m (5906 ft) 100 m (328 ft)
Belden 9232
13.2 mm dia.
1300 m (4265 ft) 75 m (246 ft)
1) If the transmission distance exceeds approximately 7/9 of the
maximum transmission distance, the teleprompter transmitted
image quality starts to deteriorate.
2) The maximum distance is 650 m (2133 ft) when the total power for
the lens, viewfinder and utility outputs is between 100 W and 120 W.
When an HSC300R is connected to HXCU-100 or
when an HSC100R is connected to HSCU300R/
HSCU-300/HXCU-100
The maximum and minimum transmission distances allowed
for triax cable connection are shown in the table below. The
distances may vary according to the conditions, such as cable
degradation.
Allowable transmission range when using triax cables with the
following characteristics:
Attenuation: 3.8 to 45.6 dB at 100 MHz (including the
connector loss)
Cable type (example)
Max. distance
Min. distance
Fujikura
600 m (1969 ft)
50 m (164 ft)
8.5 mm dia.
Fujikura
14.5 mm dia.
1200 m (3937 ft) 100 m (328 ft)
Belden 9232
13.2 mm dia.
850 m (2789 ft)
Message
Meaning
MSU RPN BUSY
RPN compensation was attempted
using the camera menu while being
operated from an external device.
Consult Sony service personnel.
VF RPN BUSY
RPN compensation was attempted
from an external device while being
operated using the camera menu.
Consult Sony service personnel.
FORMAT ERROR!
A USB drive operation was attempted
with an unformatted drive.
FILE ERROR
An error occurred while reading a file
from a USB drive.
OTHER MODEL’S FILE
You attempted to read a file of other
models having no compatibility.
FILE NOT FOUND
The file you attempted to read does
not exist on the USB drive.
Using a USB Drive
You can connect a USB drive to the USB connector to save
and load the settings data file.
The following Sony USB drives are recommended.
(As of July 2013)
Series
Product
Micro Vault P
USM32GP, USM16GP
Micro Vault M
USM32GM, USM16GM, USM8GM, USM4GM
Micro Vault R
USM32GR, USM16GR, USM8GR, USM4GR
Notes
• USB drives other than those recommended may not be
recognized when connected to the USB connector.
• USB drives must be formatted with the FAT16 or FAT32 file
system. Recommended Sony USB drives are preformatted,
and can be used without any prior setup.
75 m (246 ft)
Specifications
Error Messages
If a problem occurs during operation, a warning message is
displayed.
General
Power supply
12 V DC, 7 A (max.)
Note
To display a message, set the DISPLAY/MENU switch to
DISPLAY or MENU.
Operating temperature –20 °C to +45 °C (–4 °F to +113 °F)
Storage temperature
–20 °C to +60 °C (–4 °F to +140 °F)
Mass
Approx. 4.1 kg (9 lb 0.62 oz)
(HSC300RF/HSC100RF, unit only)
Approx. 4.5 kg (9 lb 15 oz)
(HSC300R/HSC100R, unit only)
Message
Meaning
TEMP WARNING
The internal temperature is
extraordinarily high.
FAN STOP
The built-in fan is not rotating properly.
Imager
SET SYSTEM CLOCK
The time/date of the internal clock
have not been set.
Imager
2/3-type Progressive Scan CCD
Method
3-CCD, RGB
A problem is detected in the optical
block.
Effective resolution
1920 (horizontal) × 1080 (vertical)
OHB BLOCK NG!
46
180 V DC, 1.0 A (max.)
Appendix
Electrical characteristics
Optional accessories
Sensitivity
f10.0 with 59.94 Hz/f11.0 with 50.00 Hz
(at 2000 lx with 89.9% reflectivity)
Image S/N
Typical 60 dB
Horizontal resolution
HD: 1000 TV lines (at center of screen),
5% or higher modulation
HD Electronic Viewfinder
HDVF-200 (2-type, monochrome)
HDVF-550 (5-type, monochrome)
HDVF-C35W (3.5-type, color)
HDVF-C550W (5-type, color)
HDVF-C730W (6.5-type, color)
Geometric distortion
Negligible (not including lens distortion)
Built-in filters
Color temperature conversion filters
(HSC300RF/HSC300R)
A: Cross filter
B: 3200K (clear)
C: 4300K
D: 6300K
ND filters
1: Clear
2: 1/4 ND
3: 1/16 ND
4: 1/64 ND
Input/output connectors
CCU
Optical fiber/triax connector (1)
LENS
12-pin (1)
VF
20-pin (1)
MIC 1 IN
XLR 3-pin, female (1)
AUDIO IN CH1, CH2
XLR 3-pin, female (1 each)
For MIC: –60 dBu
(variable up to –20 dBu by menu or
HSCU300RF/HSCU300R operation),
balanced
For LINE: 0 dBu, balanced
INTERCOM
XLR 5-pin, female (1)
EARPHONE
Stereo minijack (1)
DC IN
XLR 4-pin (1), 10.5 V to 17 V DC
DC OUT
4-pin (1), 10.5 V to 17 V DC, Max. 0.5 A
(It may be limited depending on the load
and input conditions.)
2-pin (1), 10.5 V to 17 V DC, Max. 2.5 A
(It may be limited depending on the load
and input conditions.)
SDI
BNC type (1)
TEST OUT
BNC type (1)
PROMPTER/
GENLOCK/RET IN
BNC type (1), 1 Vp-p, 75 Ω
RET CTRL
6-pin (1)
REMOTE
8-pin (1)
TRACKER
10-pin (1)
USB
USB 2.0 Type A 4-pin (1)
(for connecting USB drive)
A-1128-405-A Camera Hanger
CAC-12 Microphone Holder
CAC-6 Return Video Selector
VCT-14 Tripod Adapter
USB drive
A-8286-346-A Low-repulsion Shoulder Pad
A-6772-374-C Shoulder Strap
HZC-PSF3 Camera Operating Software
Related equipment
Camera Control Unit
HSCU300RF, HSCU300R, HSCU-300, HXCU-100
MSU-1000/1500 Master Setup Unit
RCP-1000 series Remote Control Panel
RM-B170/B750 Remote Control Unit
Dimensions
136 (5 3/8)
Unit: mm (inches)
263 (10 3/8)
F1.4 prism
184 (7 1/4)
Spectral system
105 (4 1/4)
Optical system specifications
Large Lens Adapter
HDLA1500 (large lens + large viewfinder)
HDLA1505 (large lens + small viewfinder)
Large Viewfinder Adapter
HDLA1507 (small lens + large viewfinder)
363 (14 3/8)
Design and specifications are subject to change without
notice.
Supplied accessories
Operation guide (1)
Operation manual (CD-ROM) (1)
Warranty (1) (HSC100RF/HSC100R)
Cable clamp belt (1 set)
Switch label (1)
Appendix
47
Notes
• Always verify that the unit is operating properly before
use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF
ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON
ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS OF PRESENT OR
PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE TO FAILURE OF THIS
UNIT, EITHER DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD OR
AFTER EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR
ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CLAIMS OF ANY
KIND MADE BY USERS OF THIS UNIT OR MADE BY
THIRD PARTIES.
• SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE TERMINATION
OR DISCONTINUATION OF ANY SERVICES RELATED
TO THIS UNIT THAT MAY RESULT DUE TO
CIRCUMSTANCES OF ANY KIND.
48
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Cryptographic attack detector for ssh - source code
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held by third parties, and the software includes parts that are not under my
direct control. As far as I know, all included source code is used in
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details.
[However, none of that term is relevant at this point in time. All of these
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removed from OpenSSH, i.e.,
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– Zlib is now external, in a library
– The make-ssh-known-hosts script is no longer included
– TSS has been removed
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– RC4 support has been replaced with ARC4 support from OpenSSL
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