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instruction manual
Ikegami
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
MODEL ICD-703WP
COLOR CCD CAMERA
Thank you very much for purchasing the Ikegami Color Video Camera.
Please carefully read this Instruction Manual to keep your camera at full capacity.
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General cece secs ce scans canannanraranaear anse n annee E-1
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Handling precautions .................................e. ae eaaernee reerraneerararenerrrroceneneoeacarrecuneeecenene E-2
Names of Parts and their functions e erereaareoirerorecanecarereerenecanenenenee E-3
Connection ........................e.emmecerceca re e nene ree rear reorearaaarirreasecereeroretaeereceonenenereeee E-5
5-1. Auto iris lens connector .............................e.. 6. Lin iissccécrcanresar encens E-5
5-2. Video output (terminal) ...............................neererarrarorenenaroorenrerenerenrranenaccavem. E-6
5-3. External sync signal input terminal ............................... reee eerereerececacracarecarancnece. E-6
Dd, POWET COMO .............…..…...cscssecccsrcererarsenssenren rare rranaarrrne css ac canra re nananananaa ce nana nca E-7
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6-1. Flange focal distance adjustment ............. eevee E-8
6-2. Auto iris lens adjustment ................................e..r0e000000rreee e eee eeecen a erecnececacenme E-9
User Setting .........................e..e..eeeeecen one nene rerran ene eones erenece eee ererraneree ene. E-12
7-1. Setting MENUS .…..…....…........…...….…rrrrrrrrrererenencemameneesenencerssanrarrr racer cree nasanan sans E-12
7-2. Setting switches and their functions ................................0.0.00 66000000 A E-13
7-3. Setting mode call and basics ..............................ereeeeciree nene nene ener eee. E-13
7-4. Setting procedure ……....…....…….......…….…..rercrrrneaseneneenserersrcrsrreanaarrrsaranaansaserraunes E-15
Warranty and after-sale Service …..….…............…..…........crccrercrsasnsansanrasercerreneennarecncece E-31
Specifications .............................e-e.e.i000rrerieececrca eran rene enenree ree eeaneaenneena e nranereeecencencene. E-32
Appearance view
OUTDOOR USE WARNING
WARNING — TO PREVENT FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT
EXPOSE THIS APPLIANCE TO RAIN OR MOISTURE.
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IMPORTANT. Power er plug handling (for U.K.)
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For your safety please read the following text carefully.
CAUTIONS:
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug. |
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13
amp and that it is approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark @ or the BSI mark Y on the body of the fuse.
How to replace the fuse
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the
fuse and fuse cover.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure
that if is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover of the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Ikegami Dealer.
WARNING:
This apparatus must be earthed.
If the fitted moulded plug is unsuitable for the socket outlet in your home, please consult a qualified
electrician.
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1. General
ST AU NAAA ONECARE NANO A CRI ae
The ICD-703WP is a single CCD color CCTV camera that employs a 1/3" CCD (Charge Coupled
Device) with about 440,000 pixels. The unit features high resolution, high sensitivity and high picture
quality, and is equipped with many functions: automatic electronic shutter and automatic iris control, to
name a few. The high dynamic range circuit and digital signal processor help reproduce images in high
fidelity even in a backlighted condition. The camera is best suited for general-purpose monitoring.
2. Features
DOCENCIA DANDO
(1) High dynamic range
The camera has a dynamic range 10 times as high as conventional models.
Using conventional backlight compensation, images that include indoor and outdoor objects in
daytime appear whitish or blackish on screen. But the new camera can cope with such big
brightness difference and reproduce an entire scene clearly.
(2) Digital processing
An internal RGB digital signal processor (DSP) is introduced for video signal processing and
gives stable, clear picture.
(3) High resolution
Sharper, crisper images are guaranteed through the horizontal resolution of 480 lines and the
detail correction function.
(4) High sensitivity
By adopting the high-sensitivity CCD with on-chip micro-lens as well as the low-noise high-
quality image processor, the camera can shoot under the minimum illumination of 2 lux/F 1.4.
(5) Two-way auto iris function
The camera is readily switchable either for a video type auto iris lens or a DC type auto ins lens.
Virtually all types of CCTV auto iris lenses may be used on this camera.
(6) Auto white balance
The automatic tracking white balance control (ATW) system automatically corrects the white
balance as an object's color temperature is changing. The camera is also provided with the one-
push preset white balance control (AWC) system and the manual adjustment mechanism.
(7) Automatic electronic shutter control (AES) В
The AES function provides for a sensitivity ratio of 1:1600. The variable stepwise control is used
for smooth sensitivity control. An iris lens, even if fixed, gives stable video output that is equiva-
lent to the F1.4-F50 auto iris. (This function does not work in regions where the power frequency
and the camera's vertical sync frequency are different from each other.)
(8) Flange focal distance adjustment
With the adjustment mechanism, the focus tracking can be easily adjusted when the zoom lens
is used.
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« Do notinstall the unit where it is exposed to rain or in a highly humid place. The ambient tem-
perature is recommended to be from —10° to +50 °C.
e Never disassemble the camera.
Never open and touch the inside of the camera. A trouble or accident may result.
* Keep the camera free from any foreign matters.
Do not allow any metallic and flammable pieces into the camera. A trouble or accident may result.
Gently handle the camera.
Be very careful not to drop or shock the camera. A trouble or accident may result.
Never direct the camera toward the sun.
Be careful not to expose the lens to the sun whether the camera is in use or not.
* Do not catch any intense light.
If there is too bright an object (giving intense light) in a scene on the screen, the object may
cause streaking in the vertical or horizontal direction. This is called the smear phenomenon
peculiar to solid-state imaging devices, and does not mean the camera's trouble.
№ In case of trouble or malfunction
If you encounter anything unusual (unusual noise, smell, smoke) with the camera or a trouble (sudden picture
cut-off from the screen), immediately switch off the power. Contact your dealer or sales representative.
Camera cares |
Turn off the power. Wipe the camera's exterior clean with soft, dry cloth. If a stain or spot is tough to remove,
gently wipe it off with cloth dampened with water-diluted turniture cleaning agent and then well squeezed.
To clean up the lens and other delicate parts, use a camera lens blower or lens cleaning paper (available in
camera shops).
4. of and their functions
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M Lens mount (CS mount)
Used to install the lens. Accepts many types of CS mount lenses.
2) C mount adaptor (accessory)
Attached on the lens mount to accept many types of C mount lenses.
@ Flange focal distance adjuster
Used to adjust the flange focal distance depending on the lens used. Helpful if the lens’ focus
ring fails to put into focus.
@ Flange focus lock screw
Used to mechanically fix the camera's flange focal distance adjuster after its fine adjustment.
Holder screw hole
Used to mount the camera onto the camera holder. Effective for general camera tripods.
Camera mount |
Can be placed on top of the camera, too, in order to set the camera holder atop. Useful for
unusual mounting place or method.
Auto iris lens connector
Specifically used to connect the auto iris lens.
Lens selector switch
Used to choose between the video iris and the DC iris depending on the auto iris lens in use.
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Used to make settings of the camera's picture quality, sync, identification, etc. For the setting
procedure, refer to ltem 7 "User setting”
Video output terminal
Used to give out the video signal. Connected to the video input terminal of a monitor, switcher,
etc. (To be terminated with 75-ohm impedance)
External sync signal input terminal
Used to receive the GENLOCK (generator lock) signal. VBS or BBS input signal should be fed in.
External sync signal 75-ohm termination switch
Set to HIGH position when the GENLOCK signal is looped with a T-shaped connector. Usually
set at 75-OHM position.
@ AC 230V power cable
Used to supply AC 230V power. AC 195-265V power is acceptable.
AC 24V power input terminal
Used to receive AC 24V power. AC 21.6-26.4V power is acceptable.
(9 DC 12V power input terminal
Used to receive DC 12V power. DC 10.5-15V power is acceptable.
Applicable wires for terminals (9 and ú9:
Solid wires: AWG26-18
Flexible stranded wires: AWG22-20
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5-1. Auto iris lens connector
Use the auto iris lens control connector plug (E4-191J-100 or equivalent).
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For the video type auto iris lens
Set the lens selector switch to VIDEO position.
— Connector cable leads — Auto iris lens
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4. GND 4 3
For proper connection, refer to the instructions of the lens used.
For the DC type auto iris lens
Set the lens selector switch to DC position.
— Connector cable leads — 2 4 Auto iris lens
Damping coil (-)
2. Damping coil (+)
3. Driving coil (+)
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4. Driving coil (-) 1 3
Connect the leads as shown above. Refer to the instructions of the lens.
Numbers of connector pins
5-2. Video output terminal (VIDEO OUT)
* This is the output terminal of video signal.
* Thaterminal is used to connect the video camera to the video input terminal of a monitor,
switcher or the like. (To be terminated with 75-ohm impedance)
* Use a coaxial cable for connection.
(Typical connections)
ICD-703WP Video signal Video signal
Auto iris lens N VCR Color
monitor
5-3. External sync signal input terminal (GENLCOK IN)
This input terminal (BNC socket) is used for the video signal (VBS or VS) and black burst
signal (BBS), which serve as reference for the external sync.
Notes:
The external sync signals to be inputted are as follows. (PAL standard signal)
Composite video signal (VBS or VS): 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms
Black burst signal (BBS): 0.45 Vp-p/75 ohms
e Signals from a VCR or other equipment that cause much jittering (irregular vertical and
horizontal shaking on the screen) may disturb synchronization.
* For generator lock, image condition adjustment (adjusting the horizontal phase and
color phase) is required. (See page E-23.)
* When the external sync input signal is looped with the use of a T-shaped connector, set
the switch above the terminal to HIGH position. Otherwise keep the switch at 75-OHM
position.
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(Typical connection)
1) For one camera 2) For two or more cameras
GENLOCK signal GENLOCK signal
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5-4. Power cord
* AC 230V type
Plug the power cord of the camera to an AC 230V (15%) outlet.
Caution:
To cut off the power, unplug the power cable from the wail outlet. The outlet should be
near the unit and easily accessible.
* AC 24V type * DC 12V type
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AC 24V T 10% supply power DC 10.5-15V supply power (Non-polarized)
There is no power switch on both types of cameras. Just plug in the power cord to switch on
the camera. Supply the power after all the connections are complete. Turn on and off the
power at the power supply.
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. Lens adjustment
6-1. Flange focal distance adjustment
The flange focal distance is the distance between the lens mounting surface and the focal
point. In some cases, it is necessary to readjust this distance; that is to say, if the focus
ring on the lens fails to give perfect focusing. Use the flange focal distance adjuster shown
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Flange focal distance adjuster
— Flange focus lock screw
Before starting the following adjustments, loosen the flange focus lock screw. Finally tighten
up this screw again.
* When using the fixed focus lens
(D Open the iris as much as possible. Set to a distant object and turn the focus ring to bring
the object in focus.
@ Set to an object nearby and turn the focus ring to bring the object in focus.
(3) If either of the distant and the nearby objects is not brought into focus, adjust the focus
with the flange focal distance adjuster.
(4) Repeat the above steps several times until the focus can be achieved only with the focus
ring for both the distant and nearby objects.
6) When the auto iris lens is used, position the cord of the lens as shown below. If the lens
positioning is specified in the lens instructions, follow it.
C mount screw
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C mount lock screw
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Specified mounting position of the lens
Lens
Focus ring
Focus ring lock screw
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Note:
When adjusting the focus for a distant object, keep the distance more than 2,000 times
longer than the focal distance of the lens mounted. (When the lens’s focal distance is
7.5 mM, for example, the object should be 15 m or more away.)
* When using the zoom lens
D Open the iris. Set the zoom lens all the way to the TELE position. Adjust the focus with the
focus ring. |
(2) Now set the zoom lens all the way to the WIDE position. If the image is out of focus,
readjust the focus with the flange focal distance adjuster.
(3) Repeat the above steps (7 and © several times in order to improve the focus in both the
TELE and WIDE positions. Continue this until the best focus is obtained.
Note:
Keep the distance to the object more than 5 times longer than the minimum image form-
ing distance of the lens mounted. (When the minimum image forming distance of the
lens is 1 m, for example, the object should be 5 m or more away.)
6-2. Auto iris lens (video iris type) adjustment
Photometric system Sensitivity adjust-
adjustment (ALC) ment (LEVEL)
ALC LEVEL
* Adjust the ALC and LEVEL controls of the auto iris lens in the following conditions.
(1) Shutter speed OFF
@ AGC control on
3 BLC (back-light compensation) to be basically made with AGC control off
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Sensitivity adjustment (LEVEL)
Shoot an object, the contrast of which is relatively low, under sufficient illuminance
(over 1000 lux).
While watching the monitor screen, adjust the LEVEL control so that the image be appro-
priate in bright- ness and tone. For this adjustment, select an evenly lit place and keep the
ALC control fully at the AV position.
Tuming to H direction:
If the entire screen is rather dark or there is much noise, tum the LEVEL control in the
H direction.to make. the screen brighter.
Tuming to L direction:
If the entire screen is rather whitish and white spots are seen in colored areas, tum the
LEVEL control in the L direction to make the screen darker.
Photometric system adjustment (ALC)
While watching the monitor screen, choose a photometric method that suits the object.
Adjust the ALC control to obtain an optimum image.
Tuming in Av direction:
Tum the ALC control in the Av direction for the average photometric method.
At the end of the Av direction, the iris is automatically adjusted with the average video
signal level of the object as the right photometric value.
Turning in Pk direction:
Tum the ALC control in the Pk direction for the peak photometric method.
At the end of the Pk direction, the iris is automatically adjusted with the high-lumi-
nance video signal level of the object as the right photometric value.
* The DC type auto iris lens is not provided with these controls.
Notes:
Window
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picture hanging on the wall on the screen, turn the
ALC control in the Av direction. In this case, the win-
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screen in the above situation. In this case, the picture and the area around it on the
wall will be low in luminance and look dark on the screen.
о |f the scene being shot is almost evenly lighted, the level will not change much
whichever direction the control is turned in.
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Notes:
* Make the LEVEL adjustment first and then the ALC adjustment.
* The sensitivity adjustment (LEVEL) is referred to as the video signal level. Do not
tum the LEVEL control after the adjustment. Otherwise, the lens’ sensitivity may
change, resulting in degraded picture quality or malfunction in the worst case.
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On this camera, it is possible for the user to
make settings of picture quality, sync, identifi-
cation, etc.
The setting menus are of the hierarchy shown
below and with on-screen character displays.
1. Setting menus
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7-2. Setting switches and their functions
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Switch name Main function
UP switch (U): Setting item selection (up)
DOWN switch (D): Setting item selection (down)
RIGHT switch (R): Setting change and setting item selection (right)
LEFT switch (L): Setting change and setting item selection (left)
ENTER switch (E): Setting mode call on/off, setting entry
7-3. Setting mode call and basics
7-3-1. Setting menu (main menu)
Hold the E switch down and the menu shown at left will appear on the display.
The shaded setting area means an item selected and keeps blinking.
SET UP MENU
CAMERA 1D E
SHUTTER OFF
LIGHT CONT LENS
GAIN AUTO
WHITE BAL ATW1
SYNC LL
MENU LOCK OFF
EXIT CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-2
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7-3-2.
(1) CAMERA ID:
(2) SHUTTER:
(3) LIGHT CONTROL:
(4) GAIN:
(5) WHITE BALANCE:
(6) SYNC:
(7) MENU LOCK:
Special menu
Up to 16 characters acceptable and displayable.
Setting of high-speed electronic shutter speed (OFF to 1/
10000 sec., 9 steps)
Selection of AES or auto iris lens.
Setting of back-light compensation or WIDE-D (as sub-
menu). -
Selection of auto control or fixed (3-step) control.
Selection and setting of white balance system (ATW, AWC,
MANUAL).
Selection and setting of sync method (INT, LL).
GENLOCK automatically switched on.
Phase adjustment possible (as sub-menu).
Setting procedure locked.
Set the blinking area to the “EXIT” on the main menu and hold down the L and R switches
at once for 2 seconds or longer. The menu shown at left will appear on the screen.
SPECIAL MENU
CHROMA E ккн
DETAIL Loe» «| ен
PEDESTAL Le + + 1 ++ ++ H
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-3
(1) CHROMA: Chroma level adjustment.
(2) DETAIL:
(3) PEDESTAL:
Detail level adjustment:
Master pedestal level adjustment.
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7-3-3. Instructions common on both menus and their meanings
(1) EXIT: Ending the setting mode (saving) and returning to the regular display.
(2) CANCEL: Recalling the previously saved settings.
(3) RESET: Recalling the factory-preset settings.
(4) RET: Retuming to the other setting menu.
Select one of these instructions and press the E switch.
7-3-4. Auto save function
If no key is pressed within about 3 minutes in the setting mode, all the settings and
modifications are automatically put in memory and the screen returns to the regular
display.
7-4. Setting procedure
7-4-1. CAMERA ID (camera identification)
(1) Camera ID onvoff SET UP MENU
Move the cursor to the position
shown in Fig. 7-4. CAMERA ID
Using the R and L switches, tum | SHUTTER ç
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on and off the CAMERA 1D item. GAIN AUTO
(2) Entry of ID codes WHITE BAL ATWI
On the setting menu, turn on the | SYNC 5 ;
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CAMERA ID item and press the MENU LOCK
E switch. The following screen EXIT CANCEL RESET
appears.
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ID EDIT
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPOQ
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012345678 а. uy . Characters to choose from
Г) + + + + + + + + + + + » à ID display line
SPACE CLEAR
RET EXIT POS
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Select characters for an ID code. Enter the characters one by one in the ID dis-
play line (marked with a circle in Fig. 7-5). Up to 16 characters are acceptable.
(a) Positioning the start point of the ID display line:
Select the — — symbol and press the R or L switch.
The [J mark (video reverse display) will move.
(b) Selecting characters:
Use the U, D, R and L switches.
(c) Entering the characters in the ID display line:
Press the E switch.
(d) Giving blanks:
Select the SPACE and press the E switch. The E] mark will move.
(e) Clearing all the characters from the ID display line:
Select the CLEAR and press the E switch.
(3) Setting of display position
Select the POS and press the E switch. The ID code will appear on the regular
screen. Using the U, D, R and L switches, move the ID code to any position.
Press the E switch and the display position will be determined and the screen
shown in Fig. 7-5 will appear again.
(4) Use the RET or EXIT to end the setting.
Notes:
e To display characters at the right end of the screen, enter the ID code at the
rightmost end.
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7-4-2. SHUTTER
(1) This item is effective only
when the LIGHT CONTROL
item has the “LENS” entry,
SET UP MENU
CAMERA |D
as shown in Fig. 7-6. SHUTTER OFF.
The SHUTTER setting is im- ; Ne N T CONT А ё 7 2
possible in the AES mode. («- WHITE BAL ATW
- -” will appear on the screen. SYNC LL
(2) Move the cursor to the posi- MENU LOCK ОРР
tion as shown in Fig. 7-6. Us-
ing the R and L switches,
EXIT CANCEL RESET
choose the shutter speed Fig. 7-6
from the 9 steps OFF
through 1/10000 sec.
or —> 1/60 —> 1/125 —> 1/250 —> 1/500 —> 1/1000 —> 1/2000 —> 1/4000 —> 1/10000 7
(The above order is when the R switch is used. This order is reversed when the
L switch is used.)
Notes:
» In the shutter mode, more light than usual is needed in shooting. Use this mode in a
well-lit place.
The relationship between the shutter speed and sensitity with respect to the OFF
position is as follows.
Shutter speed | OFF | 1/60 | 1/125{1/250 (1/500 | 1/1000 | 1/2000 | 1/4000 | 1/10000
Sensitivity 100 | 83 40 | 20 10 5 2.5 1.25 0.5
In the 60-Hz power frequency regions, flickers may be caused depending on the
light (fluorescent light in particular) in the shutter mode with any other shutter speed
than 1/60 sec.
« With higher shutter speed, smear effect (white vertical stripes at the top and bottom
of the highlighted portion) may be more noticeable due to the property of CCD ele-
ment.
Periodic color misalignment may often be caused under a fluorescent light in the
shutter mode with faster than 1/250 sec. Avoid fluorescent lamps. (This trouble does
not happen in the case of line lock.)
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7-4-3. LIGHT CONTROL
(1) Move the cursor to the position in Fig. 7-7.
Using the R and L switches,
enter the AES or LENS.
(2) Make an entry in the SHUTTER
MAX item (in the AES mode).
An upper limit of the shutter
speed is preset here for the
auto shutter control. Take the
steps below.
(a) On the setting menu, enter
AES in the LIGHT CONT
item. Press the E switch
and the screen shown in
Fig. 7-8 will appear.
(b) Now move the cursor to
the position shown in Fig.
7-8. Using the R and L
switches, set the shut-
ter speed to 1/10000, 1/
30000 or 1/80000.
(c) Finally use the RET or
EXIT to end the setting.
SET UP MENU
CAMERA 1D OFF
SHUTTER —_—
LIGHT CONT AE ee
GAIN
WHITE BAL
SYNC
MENU LOCK
EXIT CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-7
LIGHT CONTROL
BACKLIGHT CMP. OFF
SHUTTER MAX
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-8
Notes:
+ AES (Automatic Electronic Shutter)
This function is to automatically control the sensitivity of a high-speed electronic shutter.
Proper video output is guaranteed even with a fixed iris lens in use.
@ In the AES mode, hunting may be caused if the lighting is of a power frequency different
from the vertical scanning frequency (PAL Spec.: 50 Hz). In such a case, use the auto iris
lens in stead.
@ Inthe AES mode, such smear as shown at right
may happen, which produces poor images on the
screen.
This is peculiar to CCD element, but not a
trouble. Use the auto iris lens if desired to avoid 7
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such phenomenon.
—— White streak (smear)
«— Highlight
«— White streak (smear)
e By connecting the auto iris lens, the AES mode will automatically change to the LENS mode.
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7-4-4. BACKLIGHT CMP. (back-light compensation)
(1) On the SETUP menu, get the “AES” highlighted as shown in Fig. 7-7. Press the E
switch, and the screen in Fig. 7-9 shows up instead.
(2) Get the “WIDE-D” highlighted as
shown in Fig. 7-9. Using the R or LL
switch, select OFF, BLC or WIDE-
LIGHT CONTROL
P.
D. With WIDE-D selected, scenes BACKLIGHT CM
in which the brightness varies
widely can be clearly reproduced. LEVEL Lee W444 CH
SHUTTER MAX 1/80000
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-9
(3) BLC (Backlight Compensation) LIGHT CONTROL
level adjustment
Get the “I” marker highlighted as BACKLIGHT CMP. BLC
shown in Fig. 7-10. Using the R or
L switch, move the “I” marker.
(Shoot an actual backlighted LEVEL Sr a: o
scene, and adjust the level while
watching the image on the SHUTTER MAX 1/80000
screen.) Move the marker toward RET EXIT
“H”, and the backlight compensa-
tion effect is boosted. Fig. 7-10
(4) WIDE-D level adjustment LIGHT CONTROL
Get the “I” marker highlighted as
shown in Fig. 7-11. Using the R or BACKLIGHT CMP. WIDE-D
L switch, move the “I” marker.
Move the marker toward “L”, and
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the bright area will be seen clearly.
Moving it toward “H” makes the
dark area clear. SHUTTER MAX 1/80000
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-11
* The BLC and WIDE-D level settings can be made independent of each other. At "BACKLIGHT CMP."
OFF, you can change the "I" position of "LEVEL", which does not effect change for it.
But this position will remain there and become effective, if you change "BACKLIGHT CMP." OFF to
"BACKLIGHT CMP." BLC
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(5) AES (Automatic Electronic Shut-
ter) MAX setting
Get the “1/80000” highlighted as
shown in Fig. 7-12. Set the maxi-
mum shutter speed.
LIGHT CONTROL
BACKLIGHT CMP. WIDE-—D
LEVEL Leer H
(6) After making all the above set-
tings, select RET or EXIT.
Note 1:
Back-light compensation (BLC)
When fairly bright light (outside a window, for exampie) is behind an object, the object
looks shadowy. In such a case, the back light effect should be compensated.
Typical back light compensation
Let us look at the sketch at right. When shooting the
house plant with the BACKLIGHT CMP. off, the flow-
ers will appear very dark because the background is
very bright.
To make the flowers look bright, set the BACKLIGHT
CMP. to the BLC position. The entire screen is now
corrected.
* The BLC function does not make a big difference
when the entire scene is dark with no back light.
Note 2:
* With the backlight compensation on, do not adjust the
compensationlevel to the indoor brightness. The out-
door scene looks whitish.
* WIDE-D range
Let's suppose that you are going to shoot a back-
lighted scene with the outdoor brightness 10-15 times
higher than the indoor one. In this case, use the WIDE-
D function so that the subjects both indoors and out-
doors can be seen as shown at right.
If the brightness between indoors and outdoors is too
much different or if noises are noticeable over the dark
area, employ the backlight compensation function.
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(7) DC IRIS setting
Connect the DC iris lens. Hold
down the U or D switch for 2 sec-
onds or longer, and the screen in
Fig. 7-13 shows up. Get the “1”
marker highlighted as shown in
Fig. 7-13. Using the R or L switch,
move the “I” marker.
Note:
When setting the DC IRIS level,
LIGHT CONTROL
BACKLIGHT CMP. OFF
LEVEL Los eo «| oo « oH
DC IRIS Lc... ВН. AH
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-13
shoot a subject that is bright enough to keep the lens iris from opening too wide. Make
this setting with the backlight compensation off.
* Note that if the above setting is too low, the lens may get into hunting action.
If the light amount is insufficient or
the setting level is too low, the “x”
mark is displayed on the left of the
indicator. See Fig. 7-14. If the “x”
mark shows up from the begin-
ning, it means that the light amount
is not enough. Move yourself to a
brighter spot and make the setting
again. If the level is set too low,
raise it up to a point where the “x”
mark disappears.
When the DC iris lens is not con-
nected, “NOT CONNECT" ap-
pears instead of the indicator, as
shown in Fig. 7-15. In such case,
check to see if the lens cable is
tightly connected and the selector
switch is at the correct position.
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LIGHT CONTROL
BACKLIGHT CMP. OFF
LEVEL L* + + + | + + << H
DC 1RIS *L ° * H
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-14
LIGHT CONTROL
BACKLIGHT CMP. OFF
LEVEL Le +++ 100 0H
DC IRIS NOT CONNECT
RET EX IT
Fig. 7-15
7-4-5. GAIN
(1) Move the cursor to the position SET UP MENU
shown in Fig. 7-16. Using the R
and L switches, enter AUTO, с AM ; N ^ я PD о г ;
, U
LOW, MID or HIGH in the LIGHT CONT LENS
GAIN item. GAIN КОТО,
(2) The AUTO entry keeps on the SV N : Е ВА! ^ Ha 1
AGC function. The LOW, MID MENU LOCK OFF
and HIGH entries provide for
fixed gains. EXIT CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-16
7-4-6. WHITE BALANCE
(1) Move the cursor to the position
shown in Fig. 7-17. Using the R
SET UP MENU
and L switches, enter ATW1, CAMERA ID OFF
AWC or MANUAL, ATW2 in the о быт CO т ОРЕ
| GH N LENS
WHITE BAL item. GAIN AUTO
(2) ATW1 entry: The white balance WHITE BAL ATNI
is automatically followed up SYNC LL
MENU LOCK OFF
(with color temperatures of
2600-6000K). When no sodium EXIT CANCEL RESET
lighting is used, keep the Fig. 7-17
aoutomatic white balance in this
mode. SET UP MENU
(3) AWC entry: The characters
“PUSH” start blinking in the po- CAMERA ID OFF
N nn SHUTTER OFF
sition as shown in Fig. 7-18. LICHT CONT LENS
Now shoot a white target and GAIN
press the E switch. The white SV N . E BAL
balance is now adjusted. MENU LOCK OFF
(When the E switch is pressed,
the PUSH characters change EXIT CANCEL RESET
to *- - - ” first and then “SET” Fig. 7-18
and back to “PUSH” again.
With the PUSH on screen, it is
possible to make setting
again.)
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(4) MANUAL entry: Press the E
switch and the manaul set mode
is called up on the screen as
shown in Fig. 7-19. Make the red
adjustment of white balance with
the U and D switches, and its
blue adjustment with the R and L
switches. Make sure the
3K marker is at the central black
dot.
By pushing the E switch again,
the screen goes back to the setting menu.
(5) ATW2 entry: The white balance is automatically followed up in the range from
sodium lighting and sunlight (with color temperatures of 2000-6000°K).When so-
dium lighting is used, keep the automatic white balance in this mode.
Note that in the ATW2 mode, reddish objects may look less brilliant.
Note 1:
The > marker is a rough guide for
white balance adjustment.
The center point adjustment does not
always mean that the white balance is
best. Its depends on the patterns of
target objects.
Note 2:
If the video level is not proper, the À
marker disappears from the screen
WHITE BALANCE
R
|
| *
|
|
— — = — е — — — — В
|
|
|
|
Fig. 7-19
WHITE
BALANCEQUT OF RANGE
R
|
|
| *
|
— — — — е — — — — В
|
Fig. 7-20
and the “OUT OF RANGE” message is displayed on the screen as shown in Fig. 7-20.
Readjust the video level and press any of the U, D, R, L and E switches. The “OUT OF
RANGE” message disappears. Restart the white balance adjustment.
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Notes:
e The automatic color temperature follow-up function does not work if used with an
unusual light source or with a light source which is not within the adjustable range.
In addition, since this function uses the TTL system, a colored object may cause a
color temperature difterence from its surroundings and proper white balance may
not be obtained.
This is noticeable if the function is used in shooting an object having a large area of
a single color. In such a case, use the camera with the white balance switch at the
AWC or MANUAL pasition.
» Inthe ATW mode, panning or tilting the camera on a carrier or the like may cause
the white balance
to change depending on the object. This may result in blurry images.
For color temperature and brightness guides, see the charts on page E-25, E-26.
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Guide for numerical brightness expression
10
Candle light (20 cm away) (10-15)
100 —
* Outdoor golf practice range (200-300)
* Fluorescent lamp, 30W x 2 (300) Subway station platform (300)
» Desk under fluorescent lighting (400) Clothing shop (400-500)
* Office room under fluorescent lighting + Public library reading room (400-500)
(400-500) e Subway train (500)
« Bowling alley (500) e Station ticket gate (650)
* Department store floors (500-700)
Flashlight (1 m away) (250)
1,000 — Sunlight 1 hour before sunset on fine day * Well-lit room (1,000)
(1,000) » Window side of office room under fluo-
» Sunlight 1 hour after sunrise on cloudy day rescent lighting (1,000)
(2,000)
10,000 —
e Sunlight at 10 AM on cloudy day (250 x 10?)
+ Sunlight at noon on cloudy day (320 x 10?)
* Sunlight at 3 PM on fine day (350 x 10?)
* Sunlight at 10 AM on fine day (650 x 10?)
100,000 — * Sunlight at noon on fine day (1,000 x 102)
lux
The above figures are approximate for your reference. Refer to this chart as a brightness reference
guide.
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Guide for color temperatures of light sources
The color temperature is a
measure to indicate the nature
of the light and expressed in
the unit of Kelvin (°K). The
higher the value, the more
blue shade. The lower the
value, the more red shade.
(The color temperature is not
directly related to the bright-
ness.)
A
2 hours
Hours before
sunrise and af- 1 hour
ter sunset 30 minutes
v
Sunset, sunrise
10000°K t— — —— Blue sky
9000°K cp
8000°K
Y
7000% |
\ | /
6000°K > OS
4 A ~
5000°K 71
Connor
4000°K TA
4 NZ
3000°K Be.
AS
2000°K _ ©
1000°K =
TV screen
Cloudy sky
Sunlight
White fluores-
cent lamp
Halogen lamp
Candle light
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7-4-7. SYNC
(1) Move the cursor to the posi-
(3)
tion shown in Fig. 7-21. Us-
ing the R and L switches,
enter INT or LL in the SYNC
item.
INT entry: The camera is put
in the intemal sync mode.
LL entry: The camera is put
in the line lock mode. Press
the E switch and the screen
will go to the phase adjust-
ment mode as shown in Fig.
7-22.
(a) Adjust the COARSE
and FINE levels with the
R and L switches.
(b) Enter a coarse level
from among 0 deg, 90
deg, 180 deg and 270
deg.
(c) Make fine adjustment in
the FINE item.
(d) Use the RET or EXIT to
end the setting.
Notes:
SET UP
CAMERA ID
SHUTTER
LIGHT CONT
GAIN
WHITE BAL
SYNC
MENU LOCK
MENU
EXIT CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-21
SYNC LL
COARSE
FINE
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-22
The LL setting cannot be made in the following cases.
e DC type camera (no line lock signal input).
* PAL system model with 60-Hz power frequency.
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7-4-8. GENLOCK
(1) With the Genlock signal being fed in, the camera is automatically put in the exter-
nal sync mode. When the VBS or BBS signal is inputted in this mode, “EXT VBS”
is displayed as shown in Fig. 7-23. With the VS signal, “EXT VS” appears as
shown in Fig. 7-24.
—
SET UP MENU SET UP MENU
CAMERA |D OFF CAMERA |D OFF
SHUTTER OFF SHUTTER OFF
LIGHT CONT LENS LIGHT CONT LENS
GAIN AUTO GAIN AUTO
WHITE BAL WHITE BAL
SYNC BAT VOS SYNC КАТОМ
MENU LOCK OFF MENU LOCK OFF
EXIT CANCEL RESET EXIT CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-23 Fig. 7-24
(2) Move the cursor to the SYNC entry blank. Press the E switch to bring about the
phase adjustment mode.
The display shown in Fig. 7-25 and that in Fig. 7-26 appear for the VBS and VS
signals, respectively, on the screen. Make the phase adjustment with the Rand L
switches.
In the case of the VBS signal, the H.PHASE and SC.PHASE adjustments can be
made. For the VS signal, the H.PHASE adjustment alone is possible.
SYNC VBS SYNC VS
H PHASE L. .. H PHASE но. [фсе
SC COARSE 0 deg
SC FINE E
RET EXIT RET EXIT
Fig. 7-25 Fig. 7-26
(3) Use the RET or EXIT to end the setting.
7-4-9. MENU LOCK
The menu lock function is provided to protect the settings from unintentional
changes.
(1) Locking
Move the cursor to the posi-
tion shown in Fig. 7-27. Press
the E switch. When the menu
is locked, the “ON” in the
MENU LOCK is video-re-
versed.
(2) Operation
Once the menu has been
locked, only the EXIT instruc-
tion is effective. Any other in-
structions are not accepied.
(See Fig. 7-28.)
(3) Unlocking
Press the following switches
in this order:
| — А -+0 — | —+ Ш — О — Е
If a wrong key has been
pressed halfway, do it again
from the beginning.
SET UP MENU
CAMERA ID OFF
SHUTTER OFF
LIGHT CONT LENS
GAIN AUTO
WHITE BAL ATWI
SYNC LL
MENU LOCK DEE
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EXIT CANCEL RESET
Frig. 7-27
SET UP MENU
CAMERA ID OFF
SHUTTER OFF
LIGHT CONT LENS
GAIN AUTO
WHITE BAL ATWI
SYNC LL
MENU LOCK OFF
CANCEL RESET
Fig. 7-28
7-4-10.SPECIAL MENU
Move the cursor to the EXIT position in the setting menu. Hold down the R and L
switches at once until the screen s shown in Fig. 7-29 will show up.
(1) CHROMA
Used to adjust the chroma
level. Shifting toward the H po-
sition increases the level.
(2) DETAIL
Used to adjust the detail cor-
rection level. Sharpness is
boosted by shifting toward the
H position, and softness by
moving toward the L position.
(3) PEDESTAL
Used to adjust the pedestal
level. Shifting toward the H po-
sition increases the level.
(4) Use the RET or EXIT to end the
setting.
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SPECIAL MENU
CHROMA L.... E H
DETAIL Le... dk... H
PEDESTAL L. ... ld... H
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-29
7-4-10.SPECIAL MENU
Move the cursor to the EXIT position in the setting menu. Hold down the R and L
switches at once until the screen s shown in Fig. 7-29 will show up.
(1) CHROMA
Used to adjust the chroma
level. Shifting toward the H po-
sition increases the level.
(2) DETAIL
Used to adjust the detail cor-
rection level. Sharpness is
boosted by shifting toward the
H position, and softness by
moving toward the L position.
(3) PEDESTAL
Used to adjust the pedestal
level. Shifting toward the H po-
sition increases the level.
(4) Use the RET or EXIT to end the
setting.
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SPECIAL MENU
CHROMA L.... E H
DETAIL Le... dk... H
PEDESTAL L. ... ld... H
RET EXIT
Fig. 7-29
8. Warranty and after-sale service
A warranty accompanies s this product. ‘Read and fit out the warranty card that you have received at
your dealer. Keep this card in a safe place.
The product is guaranteed for full one year after the date of purchase (consumable parts not
covered by the warranty). Your dealer will repair or replace free of charge within the warranty
period according to the warranty coverage. For details, refer to the warranty.
For repairs after the expiration of the warranty period, consult your dealer or sales representa-
tive. It will first be judged whether the trouble is repairable or not. Charged servicing will then be
made upon request of the user.
Before you ask for servicing, take trouble of reading the Instruction Manual. !f the unit still fails,
take note of the model number, date of purchase, problem, etc. in details, and inform your dealer
or sales representative.
If you have questions about the after-sale service, contact your dealer or sales representative.
We suggest you ask for preventive inspection eartier.
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9. Specifications
(1) Imaging device: 1/3" interline transfer ty
Effective pixels; 752(H) x 582(V), about 440,000 pixels
Color filter; Color difference line sequential system
2:1 interlace, as per PAL-B System
50 Hz
15.625 kHz
(corresponding to power frequency for line lock; SC out of sync)
Internal sync; Crystal lock or line lock (on AC type only)
External sync; GENLOCK (automatic selection)
VBS or VS; 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms (high-impedance selectable)
(2) Scanning system:
(3) Vertical sync frequency:
(4) Horizontal sync frequency:
(5) Synchronizing system:
(6) GENLOCK input:
BBS; 0.45 Vp-p/75 ohms (high-impedance selectable)
(7) Video output: Composite output; VBS 1.0 Vp-p/75 ohms
(8) Horizontal resolution: 480 lines
(9) S/N ratio: 50 dB (p-p/rms)
(luminance signal, standard illumination, DETAIL correction off,
weighting circuit on)
(10) Minimum illumination:
(11) WIDE-D range:
(12) AGC:
(13) White balance:
14) Detail correction:
(
(15) Back-light compensation:
(
16) AES:
(17) Electronic shutter:
(18) Auto iris function:
(19) Camera |D function:
2 lux/F1.4 (AGC on)
ON/OFF switching {maximum10 times)
ON/OFF seletable
ATW1/ATW2/AWC/MAN selectable and adjustable
Provided (Detail level adjustable)
ON/OFF selectable
ON/OFF selectable
AES range; about 1:1600 (not operative in regions where the
power frequency and the camera's vertical sync frequency are
different from each other)
OFF, FLíflickerless), 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000,
1/4000 and 1/10000 selectable. (FL: 1/60 Sec.)
Video iris/DC iris selectable
Provided (one line with 16 characters)
(20) Local set-up functions: Selectable and adjustable with on-screen display using 5 con-
trol buttons; Camera ID, INT/LL, AES/electronic shutter, WIDE-
D range on/off, AGC on/off, ATW/AWC/MAN select/adjust,
chroma level, detail level, pedestal level, menu lock selectable.
Multiplex video communication system with RCU-701.
Same presettable items as with the local se-up functions
CS mount (C mount adapter attachable)
(21) Remote set-up functions:
(22) Lens mount:
E-32
(23) Flange focal distance
adjustment mechanism: Provided |
(24) Supply power: M AC 230V +15%, 50Hz
@ AC 24V +10%, 50Hz
3) DC 12V (10.5-15V)
(25) Power consumption: About 4.5W
(26) Ambient operating
temperature and humidity: -10 to +50°C, 30-85%RH (no condensation)
(27) Camera mount: 1/4"-20UNC (mountable on top too)
(28) External dimensions (WxHxD):70X60X140mm (no projections and accessories included)
(29) Weight: @® AC 230V type; about 1050g
@ AC 24V type; about 800g
@ DC 12V type; about 800g
(30) Input/output connectors: * VBS output ................... BNC
* GENLOCK output ........ BNC
* Lens .............e.eemncronanon. 4-pin (applicable plug E4-191J-100 option)
* AC 24V/DC 12V input .. 2-pin push-in terminal
(31) Accessories: D C mount adaptor (C-AD2): 1 pc.
(© LENS connector plug: 1 pc.
(E4-191J-100 or equivalent)
(3) Instruction manual: 1 copy
% The specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
X The camera is designed to give the video output signals that conform to the PAL-B system. it cannot
therefore be used for VCR's and monitors that use any other systems.
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TEL. 03-5700-1111. FAX 03-5700-1160
@ lkegami Electronics (U.S.A.), Inc.
37 Brook Avenue, Maywood, New Jersey 07607, U.S.A.
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HB lkegami Electronics (Europe) GmbH
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Kestrel Court, Pound Road, Chertsey, Surrey KT 16 8ER, England
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