Basic playback operations - UNC Department of Communication

Basic playback operations - UNC Department of Communication
Basic playback operations
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POWER
ON
OFF
2
Lock release
2
SLOT SEL
CAM
MCR
MODE
PC
Turn the POWER switch to ON.
While pressing the lock release, turn the
0/7%2SWITCHTO/.
Press the mode button so the MCR lamp
turns on.
4HECAMERAISNOWINTHE-#2MODE
• Each time you press the button, the mode
CHANGESASBELOW
MCR v CAM
7HENYOUPRESSTHEMODEBUTTONWHILE
MCR is selected, the unit enters the PC (PC
connection) mode. (Page 81)
For details on playing back clips using thumbnails, see page 64.
Rewind (t )
Use this button during playbackTOREWINDTHESELECTEDCLIP
(4 x speed).
When the thumbnail screen is cancelled, you can also
PERFORMTHISOPERATIONWHILETHECAMERAISSTOPPED7HEN
THISBUTTONISHELDDOWNTHEPLAYBACKSPEEDBECOMESFASTER
XSPEED
When pressed during a pause, playback goes back one clip.
Stop ( g )
-V
PLAY
FF/
STOP
INDEX
PLAY
FF/
Playback
INDEX
-V
Fast-forward ( y)
Use this button during playbackTOFASTFORWARDTHESELECTED
clip (4 x speed).
When the thumbnail screen is cancelled, you can also
PERFORMTHISOPERATIONWHILETHECAMERAISSTOPPED7HEN
THISBUTTONISHELDDOWNTHEPLAYBACKSPEEDBECOMESFASTER
XSPEED
When pressed during a pause, playback advances one clip.
/REW
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
/REW
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
INDEX
STOP
INDEX
PLAY
FF/
-V
Play ( q)
Use this button in stop mode to start playback from the
beginning of the selected clip.
During playback, the unit enters the variable speed search
mode and starts 1x playback. (Page 74)
Remote Control
/REW
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
INDEX
STOP
INDEX
PLAY
FF/
-V
Operations using the Operation lever
/REW
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
Pause ( h )
Press again to return to playback.
STOP
INDEX
PLAY
FF/
-V
INDEX
/REW
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
INDEX
STOP
INDEX
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Thumbnail screen
Video data created on the P2 card in one shooting session is called a clip. When the MCR mode has been
ESTABLISHEDTHECLIPSWILLBEDISPLAYEDONTHE,#$SCREENASTHUMBNAILS7HENTHEREISALARGENUMBEROF
CLIPSITWILLTAKESOMETIMEFORTHEMTOBEDISPLAYEDONTHESCREEN
9OUCANPERFORMTHEFOLLOWINGOPERATIONSUSINGTHETHUMBNAILSCREEN
• 0LAYREPAIRANDDELETECLIPSADDANDDELETESHOTMARKSASWELLASADDTEXTMEMOS
• Format P2 cards and SD memory cards.
• Load the metadata (shooting information, etc.) from SD memory cards to the unit.
Basic thumbnail screen operations
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To use the thumbnail menu:
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On the thumbnail screen, press the MENU button to display the menu.
MENU
Push the Operation lever in the e or r direction and press it (or push
it in the q direction).
If another menu appears, repeat this step.
• To return to the previous screen, select EXIT and press the Operation
lever or push it in the w direction.
• To release the menu mode, press MENU.
PUSH-SET
THUMBNAIL
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
To select a clip: Push the Operation lever in the w or qDIRECTIONTOMOVETHEYELLOWFRAMETOTHECLIPYOU
WANTTOSELECTANDPRESSITAGAIN4HEFRAMECHANGESTOBLUE0RESSINGTHE/PERATIONLEVERASECOND
time deselects the thumbnail. To scroll the pages, press the PAGE (- or +) button.
To Play back clips: Select a thumbnail and push the Operation lever in the q (playback) direction. (For
details on playback, see page 6.)
• /NLYCLIPSRECORDEDINTHESAMEFORMATASTHEPLAYBACKFORMATINTHEÚGUREBELOWCANBEPLAYED
back.
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THUMBNAIL
OPERATION
ALL CLIP
SAME FORMAT CLIPS
SELECTED CLIPS
MARKED CLIPS
TEXT MEMO CLIPS
SLOT CLIPS
SETUP
EXIT
PROPERTY
DELETE
FORMAT
REPAIR CLIP
RE-CONNECTION
EXCH. THUMBNAIL
EXIT
CLIP PROPERTY
CARD STATUS
DEVICES
PROPERTY SETUP
SYSTEM INFO
EXIT
• Thumbnail screens are output only from the VIDEO OUT terminal.
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META DATA
LOAD
RECORD
USER CLIP NAME
INITIALIZE
PROPERTY
EXIT
Slot number display
4HENUMBEROFTHESLOTWITHTHE0CARD
CONTAININGTHECLIPINDICATEDBYTHEYELLOW
FRAMEISSHOWNHERE4HENUMBERAPPEARSIN
YELLOW)FACLIPEXTENDSOVERTHE0CARDSIN
TWOSLOTSBOTHNUMBERSWILLAPPEARINYELLOW
• 7HENONEOFTHEFOLLOWINGWARNINGSAPPLIES
to an inserted P2 card, the frame around the
slot number turns pink.
1) RUN DOWN CARD (page 91)
2) DIR ENTRY NG CARD (page 91)
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Thumbnails
4HISISWHERETHEIMAGESREPRESENTINGTHECLIPS
are displayed. (The initial images are displayed
in the default setting.)
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Thumbnail display status (Page 67)
The types of clips displayed as thumbnails
appear in this area.
4
Clip numbers
4HECLIPSAREDISPLAYEDINTHEORDERINWHICH
THEYWERESHOTUPTO
#LIPSINTHEWRONGRECORDINGFORMATORCLIPS
WHICHCANNOTBEPLAYEDBACKFOROTHERREASONS
ARESHOWNINRED
To play back clips indicated in red, change
THEPLAYBACKFORMATWHILETHETHUMBNAILIS
displayed (Page 68), or change the MCR
FORMAT and 480i MCR MODE on the setup
menu RECORDING SETUP screen to the
FORMATDESCRIBEDINBELOW0AGE104)
• #LIPSONTHEPLAYLISTWHICHHAVEBEENEDITED
and copied using the AJ-SPD850 memory
CARDRECORDEROROTHERSUCHUNITANDWHICH
have more than one format (DV, DVCPRO
OR$6#02/ARESHOWNINREDANDTHESE
CLIPSCANNOTBEPLAYEDBACKEVENWHENTHE
MCR FORMAT item has been set.
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Indicators
M : Shot mark
This indicates that a clip has a shot mark.
W : Wide
This indicates that a clip has been recorded
INTHEASPECTRATIOWIDESCREENI
recording)
! : Incomplete clip
4HISINDICATORAPPEARSWHENTHERECORDINGOFA
CLIPEXTENDSOVERTWO0CARDSANDONEOFTHE
cards is not found in the slot.
X : Defective clip
4HISINDICATORAPPEARSFORACLIPWHOSE
RECORDINGWASDEFECTIVEBECAUSETHEPOWER
WASCUTOFFDURINGTHERECORDINGPROCESSFOR
instance.
#LIPSINDICATEDBYTHEYELLOWDEFECTIVECLIP
indicator can be repaired.
Clips indicated by the red defective clip
indicator cannot be repaired so delete them. If
ACLIPCANNOTBEDELETEDÚRSTBACKUPITSDATA
ANDTHENFORMATTHE0CARD#LIPSINTHEWRONG
format are indicated by ( ? ) instead.
T 4EXTMEMO
This indicates that a clip has a text memo.
E : Edit copy
This indicates that this is an edit copy clip. (You
CANNOTPERFORMEDITINGWITHTHISCAMERA
P 0ROXY
This indicates that a proxy has been added
and recorded. (You cannot perform recording
WITHTHISCAMERA
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Duration display
This displays the duration of the selected clip.
Playback
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Menu display
4HISISWHERETHEMENUITEMSAREDISPLAYED
Select EXIT and press the Operation lever
to close the menu and return to the original
screen.
2ECORDINGMODEFORMATDISPLAY
4HISISWHERETHERECORDINGMODEANDFORMAT
of the recorded images are displayed.
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Adding shot marks to clips
Adding shot marks ( M WILLMAKEITEASIERTOÚND
the clips you are looking for.
1
Push the Operation lever in the w or q
direction to move the yellow frame to the
clip to which you will add a shot mark.
2
Press the USER button to which the shot
mark function has been allocated. (Page 42)
To release a shot mark, repeat the above steps.
• When the video data of a single shot is recorded
in multiple P2 cards, you cannot set or release
shot marks unless all the P2 cards that make up
the video data are inserted into slots.
Clearing the thumbnail screen
Before performing setting menu operations
(Page 94), you must clear the thumbnail screen.
2ELEASETHISINTHESAMEWAYWHENTHECAMERA
recorder is to be controlled from a nonlinear editor.
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Press the THUMBNAIL button.
THUMBNAIL
4HENORMALPLAYBACKSTANDBYSCREENINPUT
mode) appears.
Direct shooting functions
If you press the START/STOP button (red) in MCR
MODE#!-MODEWILLBEAUTOMATICALLYACTIVATED
ANDSHOOTINGWILLSTART
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Thumbnail operations
Selecting the thumbnail display method (THUMBNAIL)
4ODELETEATEXTMEMO
-OVETHEYELLOWFRAMETOTHECLIPWHOSE
text memo is to be deleted, and press
the Operation lever. A thumbnail of the
TEXTMEMONOWAPPEARS
2) Select the thumbnail of the text memo to
be deleted.
0RESSTHE-%.5BUTTONTODISPLAY
the menu, and select OPERATIONDELETE.
9OUCANDISPLAYTHEKINDOFCLIPSYOUWANTTOSEEAS
thumbnails.
9OUCANALSOSETMOREPRECISELYHOWYOUWANTTHE
thumbnails to appear on the screen.
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On the thumbnail screen, press the MENU
button.
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Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select THUMBNAIL and press it
(or push it in the q direction) again.
SLOT CLIPS:
4HECLIPSONTHE0CARDINTHESPECIÚEDSLOT
are displayed.
SETUP:
Various setup operations are performed.
EXIT:
Select this to return to the last screen.
THUMBNAIL
OPERATION
PROPERTY
META DATA
EXIT
3
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to make a selection and press it
again.
THUMBNAIL
ALL CLIP
OPERATION
SAME FORMAT CLIPS
SELECTED CLIPS
PROPERTY
MARKED CLIPS
META DATA
TEXT MEMO CLIPS
EXIT
SLOT CLIPS
SETUP
EXIT
ALL CLIP:
All the clips are displayed.
SAME FORMAT CLIPS:
The clips in the format same as the MCR
format are displayed.
SELECTED CLIPS:
The clips you have selected are displayed.
MARKED CLIPS:
4HECLIPSWITHSHOTMARKSAREDISPLAYED
TEXT MEMO CLIPS:
4HECLIPSWITHTEXTMEMOSAREDISPLAYED
The thumbnails at text memo positions, time
codes (TC), total number of memos and the
current order of the clips are displayed.
0ROCEEDTOSTEPONLYWHENYOUHAVESELECTED
SETUP.
4
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select an item and press it
again.
ALL HIDE:
Selecting ON hides MARKED IND., TEXT
MEMO IND., WIDE IND. and PROXY IND.
MARKED IND.:
3ELECTTHISTOSETWHETHERTHESHOTMARK
indicator is to be displayed (ON/OFF).
TEXT MEMO IND.:
3ELECTTHISTOSETWHETHERTHETEXTMEMO
indicator is to be displayed (ON/OFF).
WIDE IND.:
3ELECTTHISTOSETWHETHERTHEWIDEINDICATOR
is to be displayed (ON/OFF).
PROXY IND.:
3ELECTTHISTOSETWHETHERTHEPROXYINDICATOR
is to be displayed (ON/OFF).
DATA DISPLAY:
Select the time code (TC), user information
(UB), shooting time (TIME), shooting date
(DATE), shooting date (DATE TIME) or user
clip name (USER CLIP NAME) for the area
WHERETHECLIPTIMEISDISPLAYED
Playback
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(Continued on the next page)
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Thumbnail operations (continued)
DATE FORMAT:
Select year/month/day (YMD), month/day/
year (MDY) or day/month/year (DMY) as the
order for displaying the recording date/time.
4HISFORMATWILLBETHESAMEFORTHERECORDING
date displayed by the clip properties and the
recording date displayed by DATA DISPLAY.
THUMBNAIL SIZE:
3ELECT,!2'%XOR./2-!,XFOR
full-screen displays of thumbnails.
PLAYBACK RESUME:
2ESUMESPLAYBACKFROMTHEPOINTWHEREA
PREVIOUSPLAYBACKOPERATIONSWASHALTED
THUMBNAIL INIT:
Select this to return all the above settings to
THEFACTORYINITIALIZATIONSETTINGS
EXIT:
Select this to return to the last screen.
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Press the MENU button to release the menu
mode.
Changing playback format
Deleting clips and formatting cards
(OPERATION)
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necessary, make preparations prior to undertaking
the operations.
Deleting clips
• Select the clip to be deleted.
Formatting P2 cards or SD memory cards
• Insert the card to be formatted into the unit.
• 7HENACARDISFORMATTEDALLITSDATAWILLBE
deleted.
Repairing bad clips
• Select the bad clip (indicated by X YOUWANT
to repair. (Note that clips indicated by a red X
symbol cannot be repaired.)
Reconnecting incomplete clips
• Select an incomplete clip (indicated by “ ! ”) you
WANTTORECONNECT)NCOMPLETECLIPSAREUSUALLY
grouped together.
Replacing thumbnails
• Attach text memos to clips and change them to
TEXT MEMO CLIPS.
• -OVETHEYELLOWFRAMETOTHETHUMBNAILYOUWANT
to edit.
5SETHEFOLLOWINGSTEPSTOCHANGETHEPLAYBACK
format in order to play back a clip in a playback
FORMATACLIPWHOSECLIPNUMBERISINDICATEDIN
red) that differs from that currently selected.
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2
Use the Operation lever in the thumbnail
screen to move to the clip you want to play
back.
On the thumbnail screen, press the MENU
button.
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Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select OPERATION and press it
(or push it in the q direction) again.
THUMBNAIL
Push the Operation lever in the r direction
and hold it down for 2 or more seconds.
• Thumbnail status indicates “UPDATING…”
AFTERWHICHTHEPREVIOUSSCREENREAPPEARS
• When the recording format of a clip indicated
BYTHEYELLOWFRAMEISAFORMATPLAYABLEBY
this unit, the playback format changes to
ENABLEPLAYBACKOFTHECLIPWITHTHEYELLOW
frame.
OPERATION
PROPERTY
META DATA
EXIT
3
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to make a selection and press it
again.
THUMBNAIL
DELETE
OPERATION FORMAT
PROPERTY REPAIR CLIP
META DATA RE-CONNECTION
EXCH. THUMBNAIL
EXIT
EXIT
DELETE:
Select this to delete the selected clip.
Select YES to delete the clip or NO to cancel
the deletion, and press the Operation lever.
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4
Press the MENU button to release the menu
mode.
• When clips have been copied by operating
Explorer, for instance, the “ ! ” indicator may
appear on the clips. If this happens, “ ! ” can
SOMETIMESBERELEASEDBYDOWNLOADINGTHELATEST
VERSIONOFTHE0VIEWERFROMTHEWEBSITEGIVEN
BELOWINSTALLINGITINYOURCOMPUTERANDCOPYING
the clips again.
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Checking the clip or card information
(PROPERTY)
9OUCANPERFORMANYOFTHEFOLLOWINGOPERATIONS)F
necessary, make preparations prior to undertaking
the operations.
Checking and repairing clip information
• -OVETHEYELLOWFRAMETOTHECLIPTOBECHECKED
Checking the P2 card information
• Insert the P2 card into the unit.
Checking the SD memory card information
• Insert the SD memory card into the unit.
Setting the P2 card memory capacity display
Checking the version of this system
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2
On the thumbnail screen, press the MENU
button.
!MENUNOWAPPEARS0AGE64)
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select PROPERTY and press it
(or push it in the q direction) again.
THUMBNAIL
Playback
FORMAT:
Select this to format a P2 card or SD
memory card.
When you move to FORMAT, the card
SELECTIONSCREENWILLAPPEAR3ELECTTHE0
slot (SLOT1 or SLOT2) or select SD CARD,
and press the Operation lever. Select YES
to format the card or NO to cancel the
formatting, and press the Operation lever.
REPAIR CLIP:
Select this to repair defective clips.
Select YES to repair the clip or NO to cancel
the repair, and press the Operation lever.
• The SHOT MARK and TEXT MEMO data
AREDELETEDWHENACLIPISREPAIRED
RE-CONNECTION:
Use this function to reconnect clips that span
multiple P2 cards.
Clips recorded across multiple P2 cards may
become incomplete clips.
Should this happen, use the RECONNECTION function to merge the
different clips to create one single clip.
Select YES/NO and push the Operation lever.
EXCH. THUMBNAIL:
Use this function to replace thumbnail
IMAGESWITHIMAGESTOWHICHTEXTMEMOS
have been attached.
Select YES/NO and push the Operation lever.
EXIT:
Select this to return to the last screen.
OPERATION
PROPERTY
META DATA
EXIT
3
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to make a selection and press it
again.
THUMBNAIL
CLIP PROPERTY
OPERATION CARD STATUS
PROPERTY DEVICES
META DATA PROPERTY SETUP
SYSTEM INFO
EXIT
EXIT
CLIP PROPERTY:
The information of the clip indicated by the
YELLOWFRAMEISDISPLAYED0AGE70)
CARD STATUS:
The P2 card information is displayed.
(Page 70)
DEVICES:
The SD memory card information is
displayed. (Page 71)
PROPERTY SETUP:
Set the method of displaying the P2 card
memory capacity. After selecting the P2
CARD CAP, select REMAIN (remaining
memory) or USED (memory used), and
press the Operation lever.
(Continued on the next page)
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Thumbnail operations (continued)
SYSTEM INFO:
The version of the system in this camera is
displayed.
EXIT:
Select this to return to the last screen.
• Pressing the DISP/MODE CHK button in a
thumbnail screen displays the CLIP PROPERTY
screen. Press the button again to return to the
thumbnail screen.
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REC RATE: Recording frame rate
• 4HISDISPLAYAPPEARSWHENRECORDINGUSING
a setting for the FRAME RATE item on the
SCENE FILE screen other than the default
DURING00.OR00.RECORDING
operations.
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4OEXITTHEINFORMATIONSCREENPRESSTHE
MENU button, push the Operation lever in
the q direction to select EXIT, and press it
again.
P2 card information screen
Clip information screen
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2
Clip metadata
The video and audio formats, videographer
information and other detailed data are
displayed here.
Select the desired item using the Operation
lever, and press the Operation lever. (For
details on the clip metadata, see page 57.)
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1
Clip number
2
Thumbnail
3
Slot number
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Clip information
Various indicators that have been added
to the clip and also various kinds of data
are displayed. ( appears if the P2 card is
WRITEPROTECTED
CLIP NAME: Clip name
START TC:4IMECODEVALUEWHENRECORDING
started
START UB:5SERINFORMATIONVALUEWHEN
recording started
DATE:$ATEWHENTHERECORDINGWASMADE
TIME:4IMEWHENRECORDINGSTARTED
DURATION: Clip length
6?&/2-!4 Video signal format
FRAME RATE: Playback frame rate
1
Write protection mark
2
P2 card status
The amount of memory remaining on the P2
card is displayed using a percentage bar. The
FOLLOWINGDISPLAYSMAYAPPEARDEPENDINGON
the card status.
FORMAT ERROR: An unformatted P2 card
has been inserted.
NOT SUPPORTED: A card not supported by
the unit has been inserted.
NO CARD: A card has not been inserted.
• The information on the card in the slot
INDICATEDBYTHEYELLOWFRAMEWITHYELLOW
NUMBERCANBEVIEWEDBYPRESSINGTHE
Operation lever.
BRAND: Name of manufacturer
MODEL NO.: Model number
SERIAL NO.: Serial number
USER ID: User ID
WARNING: Warning information
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5
Card warning mark
4HISMARKISDISPLAYEDWHENONEOFTHE
FOLLOWINGWARNINGSAPPLIESTOA0CARD
1) RUN DOWN CARD (Page 91)
2) DIR ENTRY NG CARD (Page 91)
• 4HECONTENTSOFTHEWARNINGCANBEVIEWED
by checking the card information as
described above.
Slot total
4HEÚGUREREPRESENTSTHETOTALREMAINING
MEMORYOFTHECARDSINTHETWOSLOTS)FA0
CARDISWRITEPROTECTEDITSREMAININGMEMORY
WILLNOTBEINCLUDEDINTHETOTALREMAINING
memory.
• When LOOP is set under REC FUNCTION,
the slot total represents the standard
recording time for loop recording.
(OWEVERNOTETHATWHEN02/0%249
3%45053%$ISSELECTEDINSTEPONTHE
previous page, the used amount displayed
BYTHESLOTTOTALWILLBELARGERTHANTHEACTUAL
AMOUNTANDWHEN02/0%2493%450
REMAIN is selected, the remaining amount
DISPLAYEDBYTHESLOTTOTALWILLBESMALLERTHAN
the actual amount. (Page 47)
BLANK: Space available
TOTAL: Total space
NUMBER OF CLIPS: Number of clips
PROTECT: This indicates that the SD memory
CARDISWRITEPROTECTED
Editing the recorded clip metadata
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2
3
SD memory card information screen
SD STANDARD:4HISINDICATESWHETHERTHE3$
MEMORYCARDWASFORMATTEDIN
COMPLIANCEWITHTHE3$OR3$(#
standard. (SUPPORTED/NOT
SUPPORTED).
USED: Space used
On the clip information screen, display the
detailed clip metadata screen.
Use the Operation lever to move the cursor
to the item to be edited.
Metadata that can be edited, such as “USER
#,)0.!-%oISDISPLAYEDASSHOWNINTHE
FOLLOWINGEXAMPLE
Playback
0CARDREMAININGMEMORYTOTALMEMORY
4HE0CARDmSREMAININGMEMORYANDTOTAL
memory are displayed here in 1-minute
increments. Fractions of a minute are rounded
off, meaning the display may not match the
slot total.
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Press the Operation lever.
The metadata editing screen (on-screen
keyboard) is displayed.
Enter characters using the on-screen keyboard
to edit the metadata.
Press the “OK” button on the on-screen
keyboard.
4HEEDITEDMETADATAISWRITTENTOTHECLIPAND
the detailed clip metadata screen returns.
(Continued on the next page)
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Thumbnail operations (continued)
• When deleting items of LOCATION (shooting
location) in SHOOT, items cannot be deleted
independently. Make ALTITUDE blank, and the
other items (LONGITUDE/LATITUDE) are also
deleted.
• -ETADATAOFACLIPWITHTHEINCOMPLETECLIP
indicator cannot be edited. To edit metadata of a
clip recorded in multiple P2 cards, insert all the
P2 cards containing video data of the clip before
starting editing.
• If MEMO contains 100 or more characters, it
cannot be edited.
Uploading the metadata (META DATA)
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necessary, make preparations prior to undertaking
the operations.
Loading the metadata
• )NSERTTHE3$MEMORYCARDONWHICHTHE
metadata is recorded into the unit. (For details on
creating the metadata, see page 57.)
Selecting whether to record the metadata on
the P2 card
Changing recording method of USER CLIP
NAME
)NITIALIZINGTHEMETADATAINSIDETHEUNIT
#ONÚRMINGANDEDITINGCAMERARECORDER
metadata
1
2
On the thumbnail screen, press the MENU
button.
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Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select META DATA and press it
(or push it in the q direction) again.
THUMBNAIL
OPERATION
PROPERTY
META DATA
EXIT
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3
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to make a selection and press it
again.
THUMBNAIL
LOAD
OPERATION RECORD
PROPERTY USER CLIP NAME
META DATA INITIALIZE
PROPERTY
EXIT
EXIT
LOAD:
Select this to load the metadata recorded on
the SD memory card into the unit.
7HENTHE/PERATIONLEVERISPRESSEDWITH
operation moved to LOAD, the metadata
ONTHE3$MEMORYCARDWILLBEDISPLAYED
Therefore, press the Operation lever again.
Select YES to load the metadata or NO to
cancel the loading, and press the Operation
lever.
• If characters other than single-byte
alphanumeric characters are used in the
METADATAÚLENAMETOBELOADEDTHEYARE
displayed as “”.
RECORD:
3ELECTTHISTOSETWHETHERTORECORDTHE
metadata to be loaded into the unit
simultaneously on a P2 card.
Select ON to record the metadata or OFF
to cancel the recording, and press the
Operation lever. The factory setting for this
mode is OFF.
USER CLIP NAME:
The USER CLIP NAME recording method
is selectable. Please refer to Appendix
(Page 124).
INITIALIZE:
3ELECTTHISTOINITIALIZETHEMETADATAWHICH
has been recorded in the unit.
3ELECT9%3TOINITIALIZETHEMETADATAOR./
TOCANCELTHEINITIALIZATIONANDPRESSTHE
Operation lever. All the settings including the
/.OR/&&SETTINGFOR2%#/2$ARENOW
cleared.
PROPERTY:
3ELECTTHISTODISPLAYTHEMETADATAWHICHHAS
been recorded in the unit.
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction, select PROPERTY and push the
/PERATIONLEVERTOVIEWTHEDESIREDDATA4HE
/PERATIONLEVERALSOALLOWSYOUTOCHANGE
the data.
Changing method is the same as described
in “Editing the recorded clip metadata”.
(Page 71)
EXIT:
Select this to return to the last screen.
Press the MENU button to release the menu
mode.
Playback
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Useful playback functions
&ASTFORWARDREWINDPLAYBACK
This function enables you to change the playback
SPEEDANDSEARCHFORSPECIÚCSCENES
1
1
Press the Operation lever in the q
(playback) direction during playback.
On the remote control, press the VAR.
SEARCH button.
INDEX
SELECT
STOP
INDEX
VAR.
SEARCH
During playback, push the Operation lever
in the t (rewind) or y (fast-forward)
direction.
4HISPERFORMSFASTFORWARDREWINDPLAYBACKAT
4x speed.
7HENTHISBUTTONISHELDDOWNTHEPLAYBACK
SPEEDBECOMESFASTERXSPEED
P-IN-P
PB.
ZOOM
/REW
STORE
REC
PLAY
A.DUB
- VOL +
Variable speed search
FF/
MENU
ITEM
P.B.DIGITAL
Camera
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
SET
OFF/ON
INDEX
Remote control
or
Camera
[1x] appears on the screen and the media is
played back at the normal speed.
2
0RESSTHE0!'%!5$)/-/.6!2BUTTONTO
change the playback speed.
On the remote control, press the [ ] or [ ]
button.
• 4HEPLAYBACKSPEEDINCREASESASFOLLOWS
each time you press the button; 1/5x, 1x, 2x,
4x, 12x, and 24x. Audio is not played at 12!
or 24! speed.
• Press the “+” button to increase the speed
and the “-” button to decrease the speed.
MENU
THUMBNAIL
INDEX
SELECT
PUSH-SET
STOP
INDEX
VAR.
SEARCH
PB.
ZOOM
or
STOP
INDEX
Remote control
To return to normal playback, push the Operation
lever in the q (playback) direction.
Frame-by-frame playback
1
2
Press h (pause) during playback to set the
unit to the pause mode.
0RESSTHE0!'%!5$)/-/.6!2BUTTONTO
play frame-by-frame.
On the remote control unit, press the STILL
ADV ( or ) button.
• Press and hold the button to perform
frameby-frame play continuously.
MENU
THUMBNAIL
STORE
SET
OFF/ON
P.B.DIGITAL
-V
MENU
ITEM
/REW
PUSH-SET
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
INDEX
Camera
or
Remote control
To return to normal playback, push the Operation
lever in the q direction (playback) or press the
VAR.SEARCH button on the remote control.
Slow playback
During play, press one of the STILL ADV (
or ) buttons on the remote control unit.
-V
1
/REW
PLAY
FF/
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
INDEX
STOP
INDEX
To return to normal playback, push the Operation
lever in the q (playback) direction.
74
PLAY
FF/
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
STOP
INDEX
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
Camera
or
Remote control
To return to normal playback, push the Operation
lever in the q (playback) direction.
Clip skip
Push the Operation lever in the t(rewind)
or y (fast-forward) direction.
REC
P-IN-P
/REW
PLAY
A.DUB
Camera
STOP
2
INDEX
Remote control
or
!DJUSTINGTHEVOLUME
Start playback.
4OSHOWTHEINFORMATIONTHATAPPEARSONTHE
VIEWÚNDERAND,#$PRESSTHE/3$BUTTON
on the remote control. Press the OSD button
again to clear the display.
THUMBNAIL
DATE/
TIME
PHOTO
SHOT
COUNTER RESET
TITLE
OSD
PUSH-SET
MULTI/
P-IN-P
/REW
REC
PLAY
A.DUB
DATE/
TIME
PHOTO
SHOT
COUNTER RESET
TITLE
OSD
START/
STOP
START/
STOP
ZOOM
MULTI/
ZOOM
FF/
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
Checking the date and time
Camera
or
Remote control
7ITHTHE0!'%!5$)/-/.6!2BUTTON
ADJUSTTHEVOLUMEOFTHESOUNDTHATIS
output from the internal speaker and
HEADPHONEJACK
On the remote control, press the ZOOM/VOL
button.
Press the DATE/TIME button on the remote control
TOSHOWTHEDATEANDTIMEOFSHOOTINGONTHE
SCREEN4HEDISPLAYCHANGESASFOLLOWSEACHTIME
you press the button.
Time
š
š
Time and Date
š
Date
DATE/
TIME
PHOTO
SHOT
COUNTER RESET
TITLE
OSD
START/
STOP
ZOOM
MULTI/
No display
OSD
DATE/ PHOTO
TIME
SHOT
COUNTER RESET
MULTI/
P-IN-P
/REW
REC
PLAY
START/
STOP
TITLE
A.DUB
ZOOM
- VOL +
1
Connect the camera-recorder to the TV set.
(Page 80)
- VOL +
MENU
1
FF/
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
INDEX
9OUCANVIEWTHEIMAGESONAMONITORIFYOU
connect the unit to a monitor using a BNC cable
(not included), an AV cable (not included), or
component video cable (included).
Playback
2
Press h (pause) during playback to set the
unit to the pause mode.
- VOL +
1
Viewing images on a monitor
FF/
75
#ONNECTINGEXTERNALUNITS
Headphones
MMSTEREOMINIJACK
• 3OUNDISNOLONGERHEARDFROMTHESPEAKERWHENTHEHEADPHONESARECONNECTED
%XTERNALMICROPHONE
Microphone (optional)
AG-MC200G
Microphone holder
Microphone
holder adapter
12 mm
INPUT1 or INPUT2
6 mm
• When attaching an external microphone to the microphone shoe, use the supplied microphone holder
and microphone holder adapter.
• 7HENATTACHINGTHEMICROPHONEHOLDERANDTHEMICROPHONEHOLDERADAPTERBESURETOTIGHTENTHESCREWS
ÚRMLYEVENTHOUGHYOUMIGHTHEARASQUEAKINGSOUND
76
#OMPUTERNONLINEAREDITINGÚLETRANSFER
„ When connecting a 1394 cable
• !TTACHTHEPROVIDEDTWOFERRITECORESLENGTHMMTOTHEBOTHENDSOF
THECABLE!FTERPASSINGTHECABLEASSHOWNINTHEÚGUREONTHERIGHTCLOSE
the ferrite cores until they click into place and lock.
!LWAYSTAKESUFÚCIENTCAREWHENHANDLINGTHEFERRITECOREASITCANBEEASILY
DAMAGEDWHENDROPPEDORSUBJECTEDTOOTHERIMPACT
Ferrite core (length: 30 mm)
„ When connecting a USB cable
• !TTACHTHEPROVIDEDTWOFERRITECORESLENGTHMMINSUCHAWAYTHATTHE
WHOLEFERRITECORESÚTWITHINABOUTCMFROMBOTHENDSOFTHECABLE!FTER
THREADINGTHECABLEASSHOWNINTHEÚGUREONTHERIGHTCLOSETHEFERRITE
cores until they click into place and lock.
Ferrite core (length: 35 mm)
!LWAYSTAKESUFÚCIENTCAREWHENHANDLINGTHEFERRITECOREASITCANBEEASILY
DAMAGEDWHENDROPPEDORSUBJECTEDTOOTHERIMPACT
&ILETRANSFERNONLINEAREDITING
Computer
USB cable (optional)
• For a Windows computer
Mini-B type
Ferrite core (included)
USB 2.0
1394
6-pin
• 7HENCONNECTINGA53"CABLEÚRSTCONNECTTHECABLETOTHE0#
• 7HENCONNECTINGTOADEVICEHAVINGPINTYPECONNECTORÚRSTCONNECTTHECABLETOTHEPINTYPE
CONNECTORONTHECAMERA
• &ORDETAILSONTHECOMPUTERmSCONDITIONSANDOTHERFACTORSSEEPAGE81.
Editing
1394 cable (optional)
• For an Apple Macintosh computer
!6#TRANSFERNONLINEAREDITING
#OMPUTER7INDOWS!PPLE-ACINTOSH
Ferrite core (included)
6-pin
1394
1394 cable (optional)
• When controlling this camera from a non-linear editor, cancel the thumbnail screen on the camera.
(Page 66)
• .OGUARANTEESAREGIVENFORIMAGESANDAUDIOSIGNALSWHICHAREOUTPUTSIMULTANEOUSLYFROMTHE
CAMERARECORDERWHILEDATAISBEINGTRANSFERREDFROMACOMPUTERTOTHECAMERARECORDER
• 4HEMODELNAMEWILLAPPEARONTHECOMPUTERSCREEN
• 7HENCONNECTINGTOADEVICEHAVINGPINTYPECONNECTORÚRSTCONNECTTHECABLETOTHEPINTYPE
CONNECTORONTHECAMERA
(Continued on the next page)
77
#ONNECTINGEXTERNALUNITSCONTINUED
When connecting the unit to an Apple Macintosh computer
• #ONNECTTHECABLEAFTERTURNINGONTHEPOWEROFTHE!PPLE-ACINTOSHCOMPUTER/THERWISETHEUNIT
may not be mounted.
• 4HEUNITMAYNOTBERECOGNIZEDAFTERTHE!PPLE-ACINTOSHCOMPUTERHASBEENPLACEDINTHEHIBERNATION
STATEBYITSPOWERSAVINGSETTING)NTHISCASEDISCONNECTTHECABLEANDTHENRECONNECTIT
If the unit is not mounted properly on an Apple Macintosh computer
• 7HENTHE0CARDACCESSLAMPÛASHESORANGE
1. Select [Applications] [Utilities] and start up [Disc Utility].
2. Select a grayed-out volume among volumes of the X.X GB Panasonic disc, and click “Mount.”
• When the P2 card access lamp is off
%JECTTHE0CARDANDINSERTITAGAIN)FTHEUNITISSTILLNOTMOUNTEDDISCONNECTTHECABLEANDTHEN
re-connect it.
Hard disk drive (data copying)
Hard disk drive
Ferrite core (included)
6-pin
1394
1394 cable (optional)
• "EFOREPROCEEDINGTOCONNECTORDISCONNECTCABLEBEABSOLUTELYSURETOTURNOFFTHEPOWEROFTHE
units.
• "EFOREPROCEEDINGTOCONNECTTHEUNITWHICHUSESAPINTYPE
CONNECTORCAREFULLYCHECKTHESHAPEOFTHECABLEANDTHECONNECTORS
ONTHECABLE#ONNECTINGACONNECTORUPSIDEDOWNMAYDAMAGETHE
parts inside the unit and cause malfunctioning. The above also applies to
53"CABLEASWELL
6-pin type 4-pin type
• 7HENCONNECTINGTOADEVICEHAVINGPINTYPECONNECTORÚRST
CONNECTTHECABLETOTHEPINTYPECONNECTORONTHECAMERA
• $ONOTAPPLYFORCEWHENCONNECTINGCABLETOCONNECTORASTHIS
may damage the connector.
78
Digital video equipment (Dubbing)
Other Digital video equipment
This camera
Ferrite core (included)
1394
Ferrite core (included)
6-pin
„ You can connect a digital video unit equipped with a 1394 connector and digitally transfer video
and audio signals as well as time code.
• "EFOREPROCEEDINGTOCONNECTORDISCONNECTCABLEBEABSOLUTELYSURETOTURNOFFTHEPOWEROFTHE
units.
• "EFOREPROCEEDINGTOCONNECTTHEUNITWHICHUSESAPINTYPE
CONNECTORCAREFULLYCHECKTHESHAPEOFTHECABLEANDTHECONNECTORS
ONTHECABLE#ONNECTINGACONNECTORUPSIDEDOWNMAYDAMAGETHE
parts inside the unit and cause malfunctioning.
• 7HENCONNECTINGTHECAMERATOADEVICEWITHAPINTYPECONNECTOR 6-pin type 4-pin type
ÚRSTCONNECTTHEPINTYPECONNECTOROFTHECABLETOTHECAMERA
• 7HENRECORDINGSIGNALSFROMANEXTERNALUNITÚRSTCHECKTHATVIDEOSIGNALSARESUPPLIED
• While signals from an external unit are being recorded, do not stop output on the external unit side or
DISCONNECTANYOFCABLES4HISMAYLEADTOAFAILURETORECOGNIZETHESIGNALSWHENYOUDORECORDING
again.
• While signals from an external unit are being recorded, do not change the format of the signals being
output from the external unit. Doing so may make it impossible to record correctly.
• $ONOTAPPLYFORCEWHENCONNECTINGCABLETOCONNECTORASTHISMAYDAMAGETHECONNECTOR
• 7HENSIGNALSAREINPUTFROMANEXTERNALUNITVIATHECABLEVIDEOISOUTPUTFROMTHETERMINALS
SUCHASTHE3$)/54TERMINALBUTTHEOUTPUTVIDEOISONLYFORCHECKPURPOSEANDTHEQUALITYISNOT
guaranteed. (Frame skip and overlap occur.)
• The automatic recording function in the DVD unit may not function properly. In a case like this, proceed
WITHTHERECORDINGMANUALLY
Editing
1394 cable (optional)
79
#ONNECTINGEXTERNALUNITSCONTINUED
Video deck (Dubbing)
Audio cable (optional)
White: CH1 (left
channel) sound
Red: CH2 (right
channel) sound
BNC cable
(optional)
VCR
SDI
OUT
COMPONENT
OUT
Connect one of
these cables to
the terminal on
the video deck.
Component video
cable (included)
Video cable
(optional)
AUTO REC function
When recording is started or stopped on this camera, recording start/stop information can be output
through the SDI (HD) connector to control external device.
* The external device should support this function.
46-ONITORPLAYBACKDUBBING
Audio cable (optional)
White: CH1 (left channel)
sound
Red: CH2 (right channel)
sound
BNC cable
(optional)
46-ONITOR
SDI
OUT
COMPONENT
OUT
Component video
cable (included)
Video cable
(optional)
80
Connect
one of these
cables to the
terminal on
the television.
Nonlinear editing with P2 card (PC mode)
The following conditions must be met if
the USB cable is to be used to make the
connection.
• 9OURCOMPUTERMUSTRUN7INDOWS
7INDOWS80OR7INDOWS6ISTA
• USB dedicated driver (provided on the
CD-ROM supplied) must be installed in your
computer.
• Your computer must support USB2.0 (High
Speed, Mass Storage Class). (USB 1.1 is not
supported.)
• Only one computer can be connected.
• When the unit is connected via USB cable,
the series name of the unit should appear on
the computer screen.
• No operations can be performed if a hub or
OTHERUNITISCONNECTEDBETWEENTHEUNITAND
your computer.
• $ONOTUSEA53"CABLELONGERTHANMETERS
/THERWISEMALFUNCTIONSMAYOCCUR
• Operation is not guaranteed in Macintosh
operating systems.
The following conditions must be met if
the 1394 cable is to be used to make the
connection.
• 9OURCOMPUTERMUSTRUN!PPLE-AC/38
or later.
• 9OURCOMPUTERMUSTSUPPORTA3"0
protocol).
• /PERATIONISNOTGUARANTEEDIN7INDOWS
operating systems.
• Insert the P2 card into the unit. (Page 25)
1
2
Set the unit’s POWER switch to ON.
Select PC MODE on the setting menu
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen and press
the Operation lever (or push it in the q
direction).
• For menu operations (Page 94)
• You can also use the menu buttons on the
remote control. (Page 14)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
USER FILE
REMOTE
1394 CONTROL
1394 CMD SEL
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
REC LAMP
BEEP SOUND
––––
1
OFF
REC_P
1394DEVICE
ON
OFF
OFF
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
3
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select a USB DEVICE or 1394
DEVICE and press it again.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
USER FILE
REMOTE
1394 CONTROL
1394 CMD SEL
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
REC LAMP
BEEP SOUND
––––
1
OFF
REC_P
USB DEVICE
1394DEVICE
1394 HOST
OFF
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
4
Press the MENU button twice to release
menu mode.
Editing
You can edit the video data on P2 cards nonlinearly
by connecting the unit to a computer used for
EDITINGBYMEANSOFA53"CABLE7INDOWSOR
CABLE!PPLE-ACINTOSH
1 (Connections :
Page 77)
7HENTHEUNITISCONNECTEDTOACOMPUTERWITH
ACABLEYOUCANONLYREADDATAFROM0
CARDSBUTYOUCANNOTWRITEDATATO0CARDS
MENU
5
Press the mode button to light up the MCR
lamp and then hold the button down (for 2
or more seconds).
4HE0#LAMPNOWLIGHTSAND0#MODEIS
established.
When the P2 card is in an accessible status,
53"OR$%6)#%#/..%#4IS
displayed on the camera.
(If DISCONNECT is displayed, you cannot
operate the camera.)
(Continued on the next page)
81
Nonlinear editing with P2 card (PC mode) (continued)
6
7
Proceed with nonlinear editing using your
computer.
An icon for the P2 card contents appears as
a removable disk in My Computer of your
computer.
• For further details, refer to the instructions for
YOURCOMPUTERmSEDITINGSOFTWARE
• 7HENREPLACINGONECARDWITHANOTHERIF
the USB connection is used, check that the
ACCESSLAMPISNOTÛASHINGANDTHATTHEDATA
on the card is not being accessed before
EJECTINGTHECARD)FTHECONNECTIONIS
USEDPLACETHEDRIVEICONINTOTHECOMPUTERmS
recycle bin before ejecting the card.
• 4HEUNITCANNOTBEOPERATEDWHILEIN0#
mode.
• When the cable is to be disconnected,
PROCEEDWITHn3AFELY2EMOVE(ARDWAREoON
the computer.
)NTHECASEOFACONNECTIONÚRST
CONÚRMTHATn$%6)#%$)3#/..%#4o
is displayed on the camera-recorder before
disconnecting the cable. In the case of a
USB connection, “USB DEVICE CONNECT”
WILLREMAINDISPLAYEDSOCHECKTHATTHECARD
is not being accessed before disconnecting
the cable.
Switch OFF the camera.
• 7HENTURNINGTHEPOWEROFFPROCEEDWITH
n3AFELY2EMOVE(ARDWAREoONTHECOMPUTER
)NTHECASEOFACONNECTIONÚRST
CONÚRMTHATn$%6)#%$)3#/..%#4o
is displayed on the camera-recorder before
TURNINGTHEPOWEROFF)NTHECASEOFA53"
CONNECTIONn53"$%6)#%#/..%#4oWILL
remain displayed so check that the card is
NOTBEINGACCESSEDBEFORETURNINGTHEPOWER
off.
• You cannot cancel the PC mode even if
you press the mode button for more than 2
seconds.
P2 cards are compliant with the Type-II
standard so you can insert them straight
into the computer’s card slots and proceed
with nonlinear editing.
• The Card Bus driver is contained in the CDROM provided.
82
Copying from P2 cards to the hard disk drive (1394 HOST mode)
• 5SEAN($$HARDDISKDRIVETHATHASSUFÚCIENT
capacity to permit copying.
• Before copying the data, format the hard disk
drive so that it can be used by the unit. Bear in
MINDTHATTHISPROCESSWILLDELETEALLTHEDATAON
the drive.
• #ONNECTTHECAMERATOAN($$USINGTHE
cable. (Page 78)
• $ONOTCONNECTTHECAMERATOTWOORMORE($$
(chain, hub, etc.), even if they are not turned ON.
• Insert the P2 card into the unit. (Page 25)
2
Only when the hard disk drive is not
formatted:
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select FORMAT (HDD) and
press it again.
Then push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select YES and press it again.
&ORMATTINGNOWSTARTS&ORMATTINGIS
COMPLETEDINABOUTTOSECONDS
COPY TO HDD
FORMAT (HDD)
First turn on the power of the HDD (1394.
a SBP2 supported) to be connected, and
connect it using the 1394 cable. Then turn
the unit’s POWER switch to ON.
Select 1394 HOST for PC MODE on the
setting menu OTHER FUNCTIONS screen,
and press the Operation lever.
• For menu operations (Page 94)
PROPERTY
SETUP
6
When formatting is complete:
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select COPY TO HDD and press
it again.
OTHER FUNCTIONS
USER FILE
REMOTE
1394 CONTROL
1394 CMD SEL
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
REC LAMP
BEEP SOUND
COPY TO HDD
– –––
1
OFF
REC_P
USB DEVICE
1394DEVICE
1394 HOST
OFF
FORMAT (HDD)
PROPERTY
SETUP
• Data is copied onto the HDD on a card by
card basis.
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
3
Press the MENU button twice to release the
menu mode.
7
MENU
4
Press the mode button to light up the MCR
lamp, and then hold the button down for 2
or more seconds.
4HE0#LAMPNOWLIGHTSAND0#MODEIS
established.
COPY TO HDD
FORMAT (HDD)
CAM
PC
SLOT1
PROPERTY
SLOT2
SURE?
SETUP
EXIT
YES
NO
MCR
MODE
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select a card slot and press it
again.
Then push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to select YES and press it again.
#OPYINGNOWSTARTS
• You can carry out copying up to 15 times to
one HDD.
Editing
1
5
8
When copying is complete:
Switch OFF the camera.
• 9OUCANNOTCANCELTHE(/34MODE
even if you press the operation mode button
for more than 2 seconds.
(Continued on the next page)
83
Copying from P2 cards to the hard disk drive (1394 HOST mode) (continued)
To check the HDD status
The color of
indicates the HDD status, as
BELOW
White: HDD is connected and can be used.
Black: HDD is not connected.
Red: Copy cannot be made to the HDD since it is
incorrectly formatted, etc.
• When the color is red, correctly format the HDD
at step 5 before copying data onto it.
To check the data copied into the hard disk
drive
After completing step 4 on the previous page, push
the Operation lever in the e or r direction to select
PROPERTY and press it again.
The contents of the hard disk drive are displayed.
• 4OVIEWDETAILEDHARDDISKDATAPUSHTHE
Operation lever in the e or r direction to select
an item and press it again.
To verify the data when copying it into the hard
disk drive
After completing step 4 on the previous page, push
the Operation lever in the e or r direction to select
YES for the VERIFY option under SETUP.
• Copying to the P2 card is completed, even if you
INTERRUPTPROCESSINGDURINGVERIÚCATION
• You cannot copy data from the hard disk drive
to a P2 card.
• 5SEAHARDDISKDRIVEUNDERTHEFOLLOWING
conditions.
• 0OWERISSUPPLIEDFROMASOURCEOTHERTHAN
THEBUS)TISNOTSUPPLIEDFROMTHE
unit.)
• You may format the hard disk drive for
usage by the unit.
• 5SETHEHARDDISKDRIVEWITHINTHE
guaranteed operating range (humidity and
other environmental conditions).
• Do not place the hard disk drive in an
unstable locations or locations subjected to
vibrations.
• Some HDD may not operate correctly.
• During formatting or copying, do not remove
any cables, eject the P2 card, or turn off the
POWERFORTHEUNITORHARDDISKDRIVE4HE
POWERWILLNEEDTOBETURNEDONAGAIN
• No guarantees are made for operation if the
(/34MODEISESTABLISHEDWITHOUT
ÚRSTCONNECTINGTHE($$A3"0
supported) and then the HDD is connected. In
THISCASETURNOFFTHEPOWERANDTHENRELEASE
THE(/34MODE
• 4HEHARDDISKDRIVEISANEXTREMELY
highprecision device. Therefore, it is
highly possible that data cannot be read in
certain operating environments.
• Please note that our company will not be
liable for any data losses due to hard disk
drive failure or other faults, or any other
direct or indirect damage related to these
problems.
• If you rewrite the contents of the HDD
used to carry out copying from the camera
to another PC, the subsequent operation
in the camera and the data in the HDD
cannot be guaranteed.
• )TISRECOMMENDEDTHATYOUÚRSTRESTOREANY
defective clips contained in the P2 card before
copying the data.
• In order to avoid the occurrence of trouble in
copying, formatting or other operations, it is
recommended that you perform these operations
AFTERENSURINGTHATPOWERSUPPLYHASSTABILIZED
84
($$#!0!#)49&5,,Ø
There is not enough free memory on the HDD.
4//-!.90!24)4)/.3Ø
There are too many partitions.*1
($$$)3#/..%#4%$Ø
The HDD has been disconnected.
#!../4&/2-!4Ø
)NITIALIZINGCANNOTBEPERFORMED
4//-!.94!2'%43Ø
4HEREARETOOMANYCONNECTION
destinations.
#!../4!##%334!2'%4Ø
The connection destination cannot be accessed.
#!../4!##%33#!2$Ø
The card cannot be accessed.
-)3-!4#(#/-0/.%.4Ø
4HEREISAMISMATCHWITHTHECONNECTION
destination.
5.+./7.$%6)#%#/..%#4%$Ø
A device other than an HDD has been connected.
0#!2$)35.&/2-!44%$Ø
The P2 card is still unformatted.
#!2$)3%-049Ø#!../4#/09Ø
There is no data on the P2 card and so it cannot
be copied.
6%2)&)#!4)/.&!),%$Ø
!MISMATCHWASDISCOVEREDBYVERIÚCATION
452.0/7%2/&&Ø
4URNOFFTHEPOWER
#!../42%#/'.):%($$Ø
HDD recognition failed.
Editing
Warnings
$ATACANBECOPIEDTOUPTOÚFTEEN0CARDS
85
Dubbing
$IGITALINPUTOUTPUT
9OUCANPERFORMDUBBINGWITHAHIGHIMAGEQUALITY
BYMEANSOFDIGITALSIGNALSBYUSINGACABLE
TOCONNECTTHISUNITTOADIGITALVIDEOUNITEQUIPPED
WITHACONNECTOR
1
2
Connect the digital video equipment to this
unit. (Page 78)
Press the unit’s mode button to switch to
the MCR mode.
CAM
MCR
MODE
PC
• #ANCELTHETHUMBNAILSCREENWHENIN-#2
mode.
• 3ETUPTHECONNECTEDEQUIPMENTFORPLAYBACK
or recording.
• 7HENPERFORMINGDIGITALDUBBINGWITHA
second camera-recorder or other device, a
recording cannot be made unless the signal
formats at the output side and input side are
identical.
• 7HENUSINGWITHTHE00.AND
00.SETTINGSDIGITALOUTPUTIN-#2
mode only is performed. Digital input is not
possible.
Start playing back in the player.
Start recording in the recorder.
• If you are using this unit as the recorder,
PRESSTHETWO2%#BUTTONS:%"2!AND
OIS) at the same time. On the remote control
UNITPRESSTHE0,!9BUTTONWHILEHOLDING
DOWNTHE2%#BUTTON
OFF
INPUT2
AUDIO
COUNTER
RESET/TC SET
OFF
MIC POWER+48V
ZEBRA
REC
OIS
COUNTER RESET
MULTI/
P-IN-P
/REW
LCD
EVF DTL
REC
PLAY
TITLE
A.DUB
ZOOM
Ð VOL +
3
4
FF/
WFM
STILL ADV PAUSE STILL ADV
Camera or Remote control
5
6
86
Stop recording in the recorder.
• If the unit is used as the recorder, push the
Operation lever to the g (stop) direction.
Stop playback on the other unit.
• If the unit is used as the player, push the
Operation lever to the g (stop) direction.
• The DV format is converted into 48K/2CH or
4CH. In the case of 1080i and 720P, channels
1 to 4 are recorded directly, and channels 5 to
8 are not recorded.
• )FYOUHAVESET4#2%'%.OR
5"2%'%.TOONINTHERECORDINGUNITmS
menus you can copy the time code and
user information from the playback source.
(Page 105)
Do not start recording until you can see
THEIMAGESONTHERECORDINGUNITmSSCREEN
Time code and user information may not
be correctly recorded if you start recording
before the images are received.
Analog output
You can record images you have shot on this unit
to an S-VHS (VHS) tape in a video deck.
1
2
Connect the video recording device to the
unit. (Page 80)
Press the mode button to switch to the
MCR mode.
CAM
MCR
MODE
3
4
PC
Set the unit to playback.
Start the recording by operating the video
recording device.
When video recording is completed, stop the video
recording device.
To stop playback, push the Operation lever to the
g (stop) direction.
Screen displays
Regular displays
&ORDETAILSONTHESAFETYZONEREFERTO
36
2
3
4
5
6
8 7
9
1011
12
13
14
15
TC 12 : 34 : 56 : 00 1 2 106
I – PAUSE
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Time code displays
Each time you press the COUNTER button, the
DISPLAYSWITCHESOVERTOTHEFOLLOWINGDATAOR
no indication).
COUNTER: (CAM mode only)
Counter value
CLIP COUNTER: (CAM mode only)
Counter value in memory stop mode
4HE#,)0#/5.4%2APPEARSWHEN#,)0IS
selected under REC COUNTER in the setup
menu DISPLAY SETUP screen.
TC:
Time code value. When the time code value
could not be read correctly from the P2 card,
[TC*] is displayed.
When it acts in drop frame mode, the colon
BETWEENSECONDSANDFRAMESBECOMEno
tc:
Time code value. (During FILM CAM mode,
the frame digits are displayed in 24 frames)
When the time code value could not be read
correctly from the P2 card, [tc*] is displayed.
When it acts in drop frame mode, the colon
BETWEENSECONDSANDFRAMESBECOMEno
UB:
User information
When user information could not be read
correctly from the P2 card, [UB*] is displayed.
FR:
Frame rate information for recording
&2) IINTERLACEMODEÚELDSSEC
FR 60P: 60P progressive mode
(60 frames/sec.)
28
26
24
22
20
29
27
25
23
21
[+]
37
&20
0PROGRESSIVEMODE
FRAMESSEC
FR 24P: 24P progressive mode
(24 frames/sec.)
FR 24PA: 24P advanced mode (24 frames/
sec.)
When in FR24P and FR 24PA mode,
THESEQUENCEINFORMATIONOFTHEFRAME
CONVERSIONATTHEÚNALPLACE
2
Warnings
REMOTE:
"LINKSWHENTHEWRONGEQUIPMENTSETTINGIS
selected on the remote control unit.
P2 :
"LINKSWHENA0CARDHASNOTBEEN
INSERTEDORWHENTHECAMERAISINAWRITE
protected state.
P2 FULL:
"LINKSWHENTHEREISNOREMAININGCAPACITYIN
the P2 card.
P2 LACK:
"LINKSINTHELOOPRECMODEWHENTHE
remaining capacity of the P2 card is
INSUFÚCIENT
:
,IGHTSWHENTHEINTERNALBATTERYFORTHE
calendar has run out. (Page 59)
Displays
1
35 34 33
(Continued on the next page)
87
Screen displays (continued)
!54/-!.5!,SWITCHOPERATIONDISPLAY
4HISDISPLAYAPPEARSIFAFUNCTIONWHICHHAS
been set on the setting menu AUTO SW
SCREENISOPERATINGWHENTHE!54/-!.5!,
SWITCHHASBEENPRESSED
4
Backup unit displays
The status of the backup unit connected to the
CONNECTORISDISPLAYEDHERE
Nothing is displayed if in the setup menus,
/4(%2&5.#4)/.3SCREEN
CONTROL, you have selected “OFF”.
1394 *: Recording
1394 h: Recording standby
1394
: The backup unit cannot be controlled.
1394: The backup unit is not connected.
1394- -: The backup unit is connected but is
in a mode other than recording or
recording standby.
5
Recording format (P2 card) (Page 104)
display
6
1394TC display
!PPEARSWHENTHE).02%3%4OPTIONON
the setting menu RECORDING SETUP screen
is ON. (This appears in the MCR mode.)
7
Information display
&OLLOWINGINFORMATIONISDISPLAYEDDEPENDING
on the situation.
• 0ERFORMANCEOFTHEAUTOWHITEBALANCEORTHE
auto black balance
• Warning (Page 91)
• The functions allocated to the USER buttons
AREDISPLAYEDWHILEYOUHOLDDOWNTHE$)30
MODE CHK button.
3QUEEZEINFORMATION
!PPEARSWHENINTHESETUPMENUS#!-%2!
SETUP screen, ASPECT CONV, you have
selected “SQUEEZE” (Page 100ORWHEN
PLAYINGBACKIMAGESRECORDEDINTHESQUEEZE
mode.
9
Mic level auto control
!PPEARSWHENINTHESETUPMENUS
RECORDING SETUP screen, MIC ALC, you
have selected “ON”.
10 AWB error
LOWLIGHT:!PPEARSWHENTHEBRIGHTNESS
LEVELADJUSTEDBYTHEAUTOWHITE
BALANCEISTOOLOW
C TEMP**:!PPEARSWHENTHE7()4%"!,
SWITCHPOSITIONISCHANGEDTHE
POWERISTURNEDONAND#/,/2
TEMP Ach/COLOR TEMP Bch are
set to a value other than 0 on the
setting menu SCENE FILE screen
WHILEINTHEAUTOWHITEBALANCE
adjustment.
11 Focus bar
4HEFOCUSBARAPPEARSWHEN&/#53"!2IS
set to ON in the setup menu DISPLAY SETUP
screen.
4HEFOCUSBAREXTENDSTOTHERIGHTWHENTHE
image is in focus.
12 Marker luminance display
When markers are displayed, the brightness
level around the center of the screen is
indicated as 0% to 99%. “99%” appears if the
percentage is over 99.
13 Time stamp recording display
4HETIMESTAMPRECORDINGAPPEARSWHEN
TIME STAMP is set to ON on the setting menu
RECORDING SETUP screen.
14 Calendar
Month:
JAN (January), FEB (February), MAR (March),
APR (April), MAY (May), JUN (June), JUL
(July), AUG (August), SEP (September), OCT
(October), NOV (November), DEC (December)
Day of the month
Year: 2000 - 2030
Hours
Minutes
Seconds
mmm dd yyyy hh:mm:ss
2ECORDINGPLAYBACKFRAMERATEDISPLAY
!PARTFROMTHECASEOF0.AND
720/24PN, only the recording frame rate is
displayed.
16 Shutter speed
The shutter speed is displayed here.
17 Audio level meter (Page 52)
18 Auto iris control displays
STD: Standard auto-iris control
SPOT: Auto iris control for spotlight
BACK: Auto iris control for backlight
compensation
88
20 Zoom position display
4HEZOOMPOISONISDISPLAYEDWITH:
MAXIMUMWIDEANGLE:MAXIMUMZOOM
4HEUNITCANBESWITCHEDTOMMINTHE
ZOOM•FOCUS option of the setting menu
DISPLAY SETUP screen.
21 Focus control display
$ISPLAYSTHEFOCUSCONTROLINFORMATIONWITH
99-00.
In the auto focus mode, AF appears. In the
MANUALFOCUSMODE-&APPEARSANDWHEN
MF ASSIST is set to ON on the setting menu
SW MODE screen, MA appears. When the
display is set to macro control, the black and
WHITEOF!&OR-&AREDISPLAYEDINREVERSE
95$ISTANCETOTHESUBJECTINÚNITY
:
00 (Distance to the subject: approx. 5 cm)
$EPENDINGONTHEZOOMPOSITIONTHEMACRO
range may not be enabled. Also, depending
ONTHEZOOMPOSITIONTHELOWERLIMITVALUEOF
macro range may be different.
4HEUNITSCANBESWITCHEDBETWEENFEETAND
m in the ZOOM•FOCUS option of the setting
menu DISPLAY SETUP screen.
22 TEXT MEMO and SHOT MARK display
4HISDISPLAYLIGHTSWHENTHE53%2BUTTONTO
WHICHTHE4%84-%-/FUNCTIONHASALREADY
BEENALLOCATEDISPRESSEDWHILERECORDINGOR
playback and the text memo is recorded.
• -!2+/.APPEARSWHENTHE53%2BUTTONTO
WHICHTHE3(/4-!2+FUNCTIONHASALREADY
BEENALLOCATEDISPRESSEDWHILERECORDING
and a shot mark is added to the clip being
recorded. Pressing the USER button again
deletes the shot mark, and MARK OFF
appears.
• ).6!,)$APPEARSWHENTEXTMEMOCOULDNOT
BERECORDEDORWHENASHOTMARKCOULDNOT
be added or deleted.
2ECOMMENDED.$ÚLTER
4HERECOMMENDED.$ÚLTERUNDERTHECURRENT
shooting conditions is displayed here.
.$ÚLTERDISPLAY
.$ÚLTERSELECTEDISDISPLAYED
25 Gain display
In CAM mode, displays the gain value of the
IMAGEAMPLIÚERCONÚGURED$URINGTHEAUTO
mode, AGC is displayed.)
Only in the 480i DV format, the gain value
during shooting is also displayed during
PLAYBACKWHEN/.WASSELECTEDUNDER
CAMERA DATA of the setting menu DISPLAY
SETUP screen.
26 AWB operation display
4HEWHITEBALANCEOPERATIONISINDICATEDHERE
27 AWB information display
$ISPLAYSTHEINFORMATIONOFWHITEBALANCE
ATW: When ATW is set
0+0+ In the case of preset
!CH"CH In the case of A/B
LOCK: When ATW is locked
$IGITALZOOMDISPLAY
3HOWSTHEDIGITALZOOMRATIO
D 2X: 2x
D 5X: 5x
D 10X: 10x
29 Displays marker
During shooting, pressing the ZEBRA button
ONCEORTWICEWILLDISPLAYTHEMARKER
/PTICAL)MAGE3TABILIZER ) display
In CAM mode,
APPEARSWHENIMAGESWERE
SHOTINTHEOPTICALIMAGESTABILIZATIONMODE
Only in the 480i DV format,
also appears in
PLAYBACKMODEWHEN/.WASSELECTEDUNDER
CAMERA DATA of the setting menu DISPLAY
3%450SCREENANDIMAGESWERESHOTINTHE
OPTICALIMAGESTABILIZATIONMODE
Displays
19 IRIS display
In CAM mode, displays the F value during
shooting.
Only in the 480i DV format, the F value during
shooting is also displayed during playback
WHEN/.WASSELECTEDUNDER#!-%2!$!4!
of the setting menu DISPLAY SETUP screen.
3CENEÚLENAMEDISPLAYIN#!-MODE
(Page 53)
32 Remaining battery charge
As the remaining battery charge drops, the
DISPLAYCHANGESASFOLLOWS
¨
¨
¨
¨
When the battery has completely discharged,
(
) blinks.
(When the AC adapter is being used, a display
other than
may appear: this is not a sign
of malfunctioning.)
(Continued on the next page)
89
Screen displays (continued)
33 Media remaining memory display
Displays the remaining time.
• In P2 CARD REMAIN on the setting menu
DISPLAY SETUP screen, select TOTAL to
display total remaining time for all inserted
cards or ONE-CARD (highlighted) to display
the time remaining only on the card selected
for recording. During MODE CHECK, it is
POSSIBLETOCONÚRMTHEREMAININGTIMEFORTHE
setting not selected in the menu.
• .OINDICATIONISMADEWHILETHEREMAINING
time is being calculated.
• An ongoing loop recording is indicated as
“LOOP” and in MODE CHECK, the standard
recording time appears after loop recording
ends.
• 4HEREMAININGTIMEINDICATIONSTARTSTOÛASH
WHENATOTALOFLESSTHANMINUTESREMAINS
• The remaining time is indicated in 1 minute
INCREMENTSBETWEENTOMINUTES
34 Operational state display
REC: Recording
PAUSE: Recording pause
: Play pause
: Play
(
):&ASTFORWARD&ASTFORWARDPLAY
2EWIND&ASTBACKWARDPLAY
(
):3LOWPLAY2EVERSESLOWPLAY
CHK: Rec check
(
): Cue (reverse cue)
(
): Frame-by-frame (Reverse Frameby-frame)
): Variable-speed search
! ¯
(! ¯
(Reverse variable-speed search)
35 Media information display
4HECARDSLOTWHERETHE0CARDWASINSERTED
and the basic information of the media are
displayed here.
1 2 lights:0CARDONWHICHDATACANBE
recorded.
1 2 lights green:0CARDONWHICHDATAISTO
be recorded.
1 2 ÛASHES#ARDRECOGNITIONUNDERWAY
- - : No card inserted.
P: Write-protected
F: Full memory
X:#ANNOTRECOGNIZE
E:#ARDWITHFORMATERRORBECOMESNORMALIF
formatted)
90
36 Special recording display
4HISDISPLAYAPPEARSWHENTHE2%#
FUNCTION option of the setting menu
RECORDING SETUP screen is set to
).4%26!,/.%3(/4OR,//0ANDWHEN
PRE REC is set to ON.
37 Monitor sound volume level meter
When you press the PAGE/AUDIO MON/
VAR button, the sound volume output from
the builtin speaker and headphone jack is
displayed.
3AFETYZONE
4HERANGEOFTHEZONEISINDICATEDBYTHE
SAFETY ZONE item (Page 108) on the
DISPLAY SETUP screen.
4:3:4HISINDICATESTHEPOSITIONWHICHIS
CROPPEDTO
13:9:4HISINDICATESTHEPOSITIONWHICHIS
CROPPEDTO
14:9:4HISINDICATESTHEPOSITIONWHICHIS
cropped to 14:9.
90%:4HISINDICATESTHERANGEINWHICH
signals can be displayed by an ordinary
homeuse TV set.
COPY INHIBITED
Can not record correctly because of the input
signal copy-guarded.
EXTERNAL1394 DISCONNECT
7HENTHE#/.42/,ITEMOFTHE/4(%2
FUNCTIONS screen of the Setup menu is set to
%84ANDRECORDINGWITHOUTCONNECTINGEXTERNAL
UNITSWITHTERMINALTHISDISPLAYAPPEARS
INCOMPATIBLE CARD
The card cannot be used since it does not
COMPLYWITHTHESPECIÚEDSTANDARD
RUN DOWN CARD
4HEMAXIMUMNUMBEROFOVERWRITESONTHE0
card has been exceeded.
/PERATIONCONTINUES(OWEVERRECORDING
or playback may not operate correctly. It is
RECOMMENDEDTHATYOUREPLACETHE0CARDWITH
another one.
DIR ENTRY NG CARD
The directory structure on the P2 card is not
supported.
/PERATIONCONTINUES(OWEVERRECORDINGOR
playback may not operate correctly.
The P2 card cannot be used for the special
recording functions (interval recording, one-shot
recording, and loop recording).
Back up data on the P2 card as soon as possible,
and format the card before using it again.
&/2-!4%22Ø
4HISCARDISNOTCOMPLIANTWITHTHE0STANDARD
LOW BATTERY
No operations can be performed since the
BATTERYCHARGEISLOW
<Thumbnail operations>
CANNOT ACCESS
Cannot access clips.
CANNOT DELETE
Cannot delete clips.
CANNOT FORMAT
Cannot format P2 cards or SD memory cards.
CANNOT REPAIR
Cannot repair clips.
CARD FULL
The P2 card does not have enough free space
for recording.
WRITE PROTECTED
The P2 card or SD memory card is
WRITEPROTECTED
NO CARD
A P2 card or SD memory card has not been
inserted.
NO FILE
4HEREARENOÚLESVERSIONUPGRADEÚLESETC
Errors
4HESEAREDISPLAYEDWHENANERROROCCURSINTHE
unit, P2 card, or other component. If the problem
ISNOTÚXEDBYTURNINGTHEPOWEROFFANDTHENON
again, either replace the card based on the error
INFORMATIONORCONSULTWITHYOURDEALERASTOWHICH
one is to be purchased.
CANNOT PLAY
4HISISDISPLAYEDWHENTROUBLEHASOCCURRED
during playback.
#!2$%22
(Trouble has occurred in the P2 card found in the
slot indicated by the number.)
CLIP ERROR (clip trouble)
UPDATING (clip recording)
ERROR (other type of trouble)
SYSTEM ERROR
4HISISDISPLAYEDWHENTROUBLEHASOCCURREDIN
THESYSTEM3WITCH/.THEPOWERAGAIN
P2 MICON ERROR (no P2 microcomputer
response)
P2 CONTROL ERROR (trouble in P2 control)
REC RAM OVERFLOW (recording RAM
OVERÛOW
TURN POWER OFF
4HISDISPLAYAPPEARSWHENANABNORMALITYOCCURS
ASARESULTOFTHECARDBEINGPULLEDOUTWHILEDATA
is being accessed.
REC WARNING
4HISISDISPLAYEDWHENTROUBLEHASOCCURRED
during recording. Carry out recording once again.
)FTHEWARNINGPERSISTSCONSULTYOURDEALER
#!2$%22
(Trouble has occurred in the P2 card found in the
slot indicated by the number.)
• )FTHEWARNINGCONTINUESTURNOFFTHEPOWER
• )FTHEWARNINGAPPEARSEVENWHENRECORDINGIS
CARRIEDOUTAGAINREPLACETHECARDWITHANOTHER
one.
ERROR (other type of trouble)
Displays
Warnings
(Continued on the next page)
91
Screen displays (continued)
WARNING
7HENTROUBLEOCCURSWITHCAMERASYSTEMS
WARNING is displayed.
FOCUS LOCK (Abnormal focus operation)
PSD NG (Abnormal vibration detected)
GYRO NG!BNORMAL/PTICAL)MAGE3TABILIZER
control)
1394
4HISISDISPLAYEDWHENTROUBLEHASOCCURREDIN
THECONNECTIONSORSIGNALS
1394 INITIAL ERROR (connection error)
1394 INPUT ERROR (input error)
1394 INPUT ERROR (OTHER FORMAT)WRONG
input format)
92
Setting the DISPLAY items
$ISPLAYTHEFOLLOWINGITEMSONTHEVIEWÚNDERAND,#$MONITORSCREENBYPRESSINGTHE$)30-/$%#(+
BUTTONORBYCONÚGURING/4(%2$)30,!9OFTHE$)30,!93%450SCREENOFTHESETUPMENUS0AGE109)
DISPLAY
1 Time code display
9
!54/-!.5!,SWITCHOPERATIONDISPLAY
OTHER DISPLAY settings
ALL
PARTIAL
OFF
—
—
—
—
9
9
9
9
x
5 Recording format
9
9
9
x
x
7 Information display
9
—
x
x
x
3QUEEZEINFORMATIONDISPLAY
9
9
9
9
x
9 Microphone level auto-control display
9
9
9
x
x
11 Focus bar display
—
—
—
—
—
4IMESTAMPDISPLAY
9
9*4
—
—
—
14 Calendar display
9
9*4
—
—
—
15 Recording/playback frame rate display
9
9
9*1
x
x
16 Shutter speed display
9
9
9
9
x
17 Audio level meter display
9
9
—
—
—
18 Auto-IRIS control display
9
9
9
9
x
19 IRIS display
9
9
9
9
x
20 Zoom position display
9
9
—
—
—
21 Focus control display
9
9
—
—
—
2ECOMMENDED.$ÚLTERDISPLAY
9
9
9
9
x
.$ÚLTERDISPLAY
9
9
9
x
x
25 Gain display
9
9
9
9*2
x
27 AWB information display
9
9
9
9
x
$IGITALZOOMDISPLAY
9
9
—
—
—
/PTICAL)MAGE3TABILIZERDISPLAY
9
9
9
9
x
3CENEÚLENAME
9
9
9
x
x
2EMAININGBATTERYDISPLAY
9
9
—
—
—
-EDIAREMAININGMEMORYDISPLAY
9
9
—
—
—
3AFETYZONEDISPLAY
—
—
—
—
—
Displays
MODE
CHECK
Displays
9: Displayed
x: Not displayed
—: Displayed depending on other settings
The item in 9INTHE-/$%#(%#+SPACEAPPEARSWHENYOUPRESSANDHOLDTHE$)30-/$%#(+BUTTON
The item in 9INTHE$)30,!9SPACEDISAPPEARSWHENYOUPRESSTHE$)30-/$%#(+BUTTON
.OTDISPLAYEDWHEN&2!-%2!4%ISSETTOI
*2 0 dB is not displayed.
/NLYPRESET+AND+AREDISPLAYED
7HENBOTHTHEn4IMESTAMPDISPLAYoANDn#ALENDARDISPLAYoAREACTIVATEDTHEDISPLAYSCANNOTBE
turned off by pressing the DISP/MODE CHK button.
93
Using the setup menus
Use the setup menus to change the settings to
SUITTHESCENESYOUARESHOOTINGORWHATYOUARE
recording.
MENU button
Operation lever
MENU
THUMBNAIL
PUSH-SET
2
3
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to move the highlight to the
setting you want.
Press the Operation lever (or push it in the
q direction) to display the items.
%XAMPLE
AUTO SW
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
ON
6dB
ON
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
4
Using the menus
AUTO SW
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
• If the thumbnail menu is displayed, press the
THUMBNAIL button to release the display.
(Page 66)
• The menu items indicated in the blue
characters cannot be used.
1
When the unit is in other than playback or
recording mode, press the MENU button.
4HEFOLLOWINGISDISPLAYEDONTHEVIEWÚNDER
and LCD screen.
#!-MODE%XAMPLE
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to move to the setting you want.
%XAMPLE
ON
6dB
ON
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
5
0RESSTHE/PERATIONLEVERTOCONÚRMTHE
setting.
To change a value, push the Operation lever in
the e or r direction to change as necessary.
%XAMPLE
AUTO SW
CAMERA MENU
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
1 . SCENE FILE
2 . CAMERA SETUP
3 . SW MODE
4 . AUTO SW
5 . RECORDING SETUP
6 . AV IN/OUT SETUP
7 . DISPLAY SETUP
8 . CARD FUNCTIONS
6dB
12dB
OFF
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
PUSH MENU TO EXIT
-#2MODE%XAMPLE
6
MCR MENU
1 . RECORDING SETUP
2 . PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS
3 . AV IN/OUT SETUP
4 . DISPLAY SETUP
5 . OTHER FUNCTIONS
PUSH MENU TO EXIT
94
7
To change other settings, repeat steps 4
and 5.
7HENYOUÚNISHPRESSTHE-%.5BUTTONTO
return to the function screen.
To change other functions, repeat steps 2
to 5.
When you exit the menu mode, press the
MENU button again to return to the normal
screen.
)NITIALIZINGTHEMENUSETTINGS
4HEMENUSETTINGSCONTAINBOTHTHEUSERÚLE
SETTINGSANDTHESCENEÚLESETTINGS9OUCAN
INITIALIZETHEMSEPARATELY
4OINITIALIZETHEUSERÚLEIEALLTHESETTINGS
OTHERTHANTHESCENEÚLESETTINGS
Select INITIAL in USER FILE of the OTHER
FUNCTIONS screen. The current menu settings of
USERÚLEWILLRETURNTOTHEFACTORYSETTINGS
4OINITIALIZETHESCENEÚLE
&ROMTHESCENEÚLESSELECTTHEONEYOUWANTTO
INITIALIZEWITHTHESCENEDIAL4HENINTHE3#%.%
FILE screen, LOAD/SAVE/INIT, select INITIAL.
4HESETTINGSFORONLYTHESELECTEDSCENEÚLEARE
returned to the factory settings.
• 4HISDOESNOTEFFECTTHEOTHERSCENEÚLES
Menu
4OSIMULTANEOUSLYINITIALIZETHEUSERÚLEANDTHE
SCENEÚLES
Select YES under MENU INIT on the OTHER
&5.#4)/.3SCREEN4HISRETURNSTHEUSERÚLEAND
THESCENEÚLESTOTHEIRFACTORYSETTINGS
95
Setup menu structure
CAM (camera) mode menu
CAMERA MENU
SCENE FILE
(Pages 98 - 100)
CAMERA SETUP
(Page 100)
ASPECT CONV
SETUP
SW MODE
(Pages 101 - 10)
AUTO SW
(Pages 10 - 104)
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
RECORDING SETUP
(Pages 104 - 106)
AV IN/OUT SETUP
(Pages 107 - 108)
CMPNT/SDI SEL
SDI OUT
SDI METADATA
SDI EDH
DOWNCON MODE
HP MODE
TEST TONE
INT MIC
DISPLAY SETUP
(Pages 108 - 109)
CARD FUNCTIONS
(Pages 109 - 110)
SCENE FILE
USER FILE
SD CARD FORMAT
OTHER FUNCTIONS
(Pages 110 - 112)
OPTION MENU
(Page 112)
96
34!453
#/.&)'
MID GAIN
HIGH GAIN
ATW
HANDLE ZOOM
IRIS DIAL
USER1
USER2
53%2
FOCUS ASSIST
MF ASSIST
WFM
LCD
REC FORMAT
480i REC MODE
REC FUNCTION
ONE SHOT TIME
INTERVAL TIME
PREREC MODE
MIC ALC
MIC GAIN 1
MIC GAIN 2
25M REC CH SEL
TC MODE
TCG
TC PRESET
UB MODE
UB PRESET
TIME STAMP
USER FILE
REMOTE
#/.42/,
#-$3%,
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
REC LAMP
BEEP SOUND
CLOCK SET
TIME ZONE
POWER SAVE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
LOAD/SAVE/INIT
OPERATION TYPE
FRAME RATE
SYNCRO SCAN
DETAIL LEVEL
V DETAIL LEVEL
DETAIL CORING
CHROMA LEVEL
CHROMA PHASE
COLOR TEMP Ach
COLOR TEMP Bch
MASTER PED
A.IRIS LEVEL
DRS
GAMMA
KNEE
MATRIX
SKIN TONE DTL
V DETAIL FREQ
NAME EDIT
ZEBRA DETECT 1
ZEBRA DETECT 2
MARKER
SAFETY ZONE
FOCUS BAR
VIDEO OUT OSD
DATE/TIME
LEVEL METER
ZOOM·FOCUS
CARD/BATT
P2CARD REMAIN
OTHER DISPLAY
LCD BACKLIGHT
LCD SET
EVF SET
SELF SHOOT
DISPLAY ASPECT
EVF COLOR
REC COUNTER
Setup menu structure (continued)
MCR (playback) mode menu
PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS
(Page 107)
AUDIO OUT
AV IN/OUT SETUP
(Pages 107 - 108)
CMPNT/SDI SEL
SDI OUT
SDI METADATA
SDI EDH
DOWNCON MODE
DISPLAY SETUP
(Pages 108 - 109)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
(Pages 110 - 112)
USER FILE
REMOTE
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
CLOCK SET
TIME ZONE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
OPTION MENU
(Page 112)
34!453
#/.&)'
MCR FORMAT
480i MCR MODE
4#2%'%.
TC MODE
TCG
TC PRESET
5"2%'%.
UB MODE
UB PRESET
).02%3%4
VIDEO OUT OSD
DATE/TIME
LEVEL METER
CARD/BATT
P2CARD REMAIN
OTHER DISPLAY
CAMERA DATA
LCD BACKLIGHT
LCD SET
EVF SET
DISPLAY ASPECT
EVF COLOR
Menu
MCR MENU
RECORDING SETUP
(Pages 104 - 106)
97
Setup menu list
SCENE FILE screen
,/!$3!6%).)4
Display
mode
(Camera)
OPERATION TYPE
(Camera)
FRAME RATE
(Camera)
SYNCRO SCAN
(Camera)
Item
98
DETAIL LEVEL
(Camera)
V DETAIL LEVEL
(Camera)
DETAIL CORING
(Camera)
CHROMA LEVEL
(Camera)
CHROMA PHASE
(Camera)
COLOR TEMP Ach
(Camera)
COLOR TEMP Bch
(Camera)
MASTER PED
(Camera)
A.IRIS LEVEL
(Camera)
Description of settings
LOAD:
,OADSTHESCENEÚLESETTINGSSAVEDUSING3!6%
SAVE:
3AVESTHECHANGEDSCENEÚLESETTINGS
INITIAL:
4HESETTINGSOFTHESCENEÚLESELECTEDWITHTHESCENEÚLEDIALARE
returned to the factory settings.
3WITCHESTHESHUTTERANDFRAMERATEOPERATIONTOTHEVIDEOTYPEORÚLM
type.
VIDEO CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed using 1/n units.
FILM CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed as an angle.
3ELECTSTHESHOOTINGINTERVALANDEXPOSURETIMEWHEN0AND&),-
CAM is selected. The DEFAULT value is dependent on the frame rate
of the recording format.
DEFAULT, 12, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40,
44, 48, 54, 60 FRAME
Adjusts the synchro scan shutter speed used for shooting images on a
TV screen, etc.
Pushing the Operation lever the e or rDIRECTIONANDHOLDINGITDOWN
WILLCAUSETHEVALUESTOCHANGEATAFASTERRATE
When VIDEO CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option
setting:
• 60P/60i:
• 00.
• 24P/24PA/24PN:
When FILM CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option setting:
The shutter speed is displayed as an angle such as “180.0 d.”
DEGDEGDEGTHEANGLECANBECHANGEDIN
increments of 0.5 degrees)
!DJUSTSTHELEVELOFTHEIMAGEOUTLINECORRECTIONINTHEHORIZONTALAND
vertical directions).
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the level of outline correction in the vertical direction.
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the level of noise reduction of the detail signal.
-7...0...+7
3ETTOqFORACLEARERIMAGE.OISEINCREASESSLIGHTLY
Set to + to reduce noise.
Adjusts the chroma level.
-7...0...+7
-AKESÚNEADJUSTMENTSTOTHECHROMAPHASE
-7...0...+7
-AKESÚNEADJUSTMENTSTOTHECOLORTEMPERATUREAFTERWHITEBALANCE
Ach adjustment).
-7...0...+7
-AKESÚNEADJUSTMENTSTOTHECOLORTEMPERATUREAFTERWHITEBALANCE
Bch adjustment).
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the master pedestal (black level of the image) as the basis for
images.
-100...0...+100
Sets the desired AUTO IRIS level.
-10...0...+10
SCENE FILE screen (continued)
GAMMA
(Camera)
KNEE
(Camera)
MATRIX
(Camera)
SKIN TONE DTL
(Camera)
Description of settings
Selects the DRS (Dynamic Range Stretcher) function.
This function compresses the video signal level to extend the dynamic
RANGEMAKINGITPOSSIBLETOCORRECTLYRENDERHIGHLIGHTAREASWITHOUT
OVEREXPOSUREANDLOSSOFDETAILTHATWOULDOTHERWISEOCCUR
OFF, 1, 2, 3
• Larger values indicate a higher compression level of highlight areas.
• Only effective in 60i and 60P VIDEO CAM.
• )NSLOWSHUTTERMODETHEOPTIONSARESHOWNINBLUEANDYOUCANNOT
make selection.
Selects gamma curve.
HD NORM:
This gamma setting is suitable for HD shooting.
LOW:
,/7-AKESAMELLOWIMAGEUSINGTHEGAMMACURVEWHICHHASA
GENTLEINCLINEINLOWBRIGHTNESSCURVE4HECONTRASTSHARPENS
SD NORM:
This is the normal video setting, carried over from the DVX100 series.
HIGH:
Expands the tone of dark parts and makes a brighter image using the
GAMMACURVEWHICHHASASHARPINCLINEINLOWBRIGHTNESSCURVE4HE
contrast softens.
B.PRESS:
Makes the contrast shaper than LOW.
#).%,)+%?$
Makes a cinema-like image.
#).%,)+%?6
-AKESACINEMALIKEIMAGEWITHEMPHASIZEDCONTRAST
7HENYOUSELECT#).%,)+%GAMMAWERECOMMENDTOSETTHELENS
APERTURELOWERTHANNORMALIMAGELEVELAPPROXIMATELYTOENJOYTHE
FULLBENEÚTOFTHEFUNCTION
To avoid overexposure, select the compression level (knee point) of the
high intensity video signals received through CCD.
AUTO:
Sets the level automatically according to the received signals.
LOW:
,OWSETTING#OMPRESSIONSTARTSATAPPROX
MID:
Medium setting (Compression starts at approx. 90%.)
HIGH:
High Setting (Compression starts at approx. 100%.)
Selects the MATRIX table suitable for the desired color expression
during shooting.
NORM1:
Suitable for shooting in the open air or under a halogen lamp.
NORM2:
Suitable for brighter colors than the NORM1 mode.
FLUO:
3UITABLEFORSHOOTINGUNDERÛUORESCENTLIGHTINDOORS
CINE-LIKE:
Suitable for cinema-like image.
Sets the skin tone details. Select ON to reduce the skin tone details
and soften the skin tone.
ON OFF
Menu
DRS
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
99
Setup menu list (continued)
SCENE FILE screen (continued)
V DETAIL FREQ
Display
mode
(Camera)
NAME EDIT
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
Sets the vertical detail for shooting in 480i progressive mode.
THIN: Makes the detail thin.
MID: Makes the detail slightly thicker.
THICK: Makes the detail thicker.
7HENIMAGESWERESHOTINTHEPROGRESSIVEMODEINWHICHTHEVERTICAL
detail is set as “THIN” or “MID” and are played on a monitoring
TELEVISIONIINTERLACEYOUWILLSEEÛICKERSCAUSEDONHORIZONTAL
LINESANDALMOSTHORIZONTALOBLIQUELINES7HENPLAYINGBACKIMAGES
INTHEPROGRESSIVEMODEORWHENEDITINGIMAGESORPERFORMINGOTHER
POSTPROCESSINGIMAGESWITHAHIGHERRESOLUTIONWILLBEOBTAINEDWITH
THE4().OR-)$SETTINGTHANWITHTHE4()#+SETTING
%DITSTHENAMEOFTHESELECTEDSCENEÚLEYOUHAVESELECTEDWITHTHE
SCENEÚLEDIAL
CAMERA SETUP screen
ASPECT CONV
Display
mode
(Camera)
SETUP
(Camera)
Item
100
Description of settings
elects the aspect ratio of the image you record in 480i format. This item
CANNOTBESELECTEDWHENTHEIOR0RECORDINGFORMATISUSED
(Page 41)
SIDE CROP: Crops the right and left edges of the image.
LETTER BOX: Adds black bands at the top and bottom of the image.
SQUEEZE: 3QUEEZESTHEIMAGEHORIZONTALLY
3WITCHTHESETUPLEVELOFVIDEOSIGNALSINIFORMATUSINGA0CARD
0%:
3ETUPISSWITCHEDTOFORBOTHTHECAMERAOUTPUTANDTHERECORDING
7.5%A:
3ETUPISSWITCHEDTOFORTHECAMERAOUTPUTANDFORTHE
recording.
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SW MODE screen
HIGH GAIN
(Camera)
ATW
(Camera)
HANDLE ZOOM
(Camera)
IRIS DIAL
(Camera)
Description of settings
3ETSTHEGAINVALUEASSIGNEDTOTHE-POSITIONOFTHE'!).SWITCH
0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB
3ETSTHEGAINVALUEASSIGNEDTOTHE(POSITIONOFTHE'!).SWITCH
0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB
Sets the operation of the ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance) function
ASSIGNEDTOTHE7()4%"!,SWITCH7HENTHE!47FUNCTIONISSETTO
THE!54/-!.5!,SWITCHOR53%2BUTTONTHEOPERATIONREMAINS
effective.
Ach:
!CTIVATESTHE!47FUNCTIONWHENTHE7()4%"!,SWITCHISSETTO!
Bch:
!CTIVATESTHE!47FUNCTIONWHENTHE7()4%"!,SWITCHISSETTO"
PRST:
!CTIVATESTHE!47FUNCTIONWHENTHE7()4%"!,SWITCHISSETTO0234
OFF:
Deactivates the ATW function.
3ETSTHEZOOMSPEEDASSIGNEDTOEACHSETTINGPOSITIONOFTHE(!.$,%
://-SWITCH
,/&&(:
3ETS,/7LOWSPEED/&&()'(HIGHSPEEDTOTHEPOSITION
:OOMISDISABLEDWHENSETTO/&&
,-(
3ETS,/7LOWSPEED-)$MEDIUMSPEED()'(HIGHSPEEDTOTHE
POSITION
,/&&-
3ETS,/7LOWSPEED/&&-)$MEDIUMSPEEDTOTHEPOSITION
:OOMISDISABLEDWHENSETTO/&&
Sets the rotation direction and the aperture control of the IRIS dial. (In
MANUAL IRIS mode)
DOWN OPEN:
4HEIRISOPENSWHENTHE)2)3DIALISTURNEDDOWNWARD
UP OPEN:
4HEIRISOPENSWHENTHE)2)3DIALISTURNEDUPWARD
Menu
MID GAIN
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
101
Setup menu list (continued)
SW MODE screen (continued)
USER1
Display
mode
(Camera)
USER2
(Camera)
USER3
(Camera)
Item
102
Description of settings
Selects the function assigned to the USER1 button.
REC CHECK:
Performs Rec Check.
SPOTLIGHT:
Auto iris control for the spotlight ON/OFF.
BACKLIGHT:
Auto iris control for the backlight compensation. (Page 42)
BLACKFADE:
Blackfade (Page 42)
WHITEFADE:
Whitefade (Page 42)
ATW:
ATW function ON/OFF.
ATWLOCK:
&IXESTHEWHITEBALANCEVALUEWHENTHEBUTTONISPRESSEDDURING!47
Press again to perform ATW.
GAIN: 18dB
Press the button to set the gain value to 18 dB. This setting takes effect
WITHTHEIAND0RECORDINGFORMATSONLY)TISNOTVALIDWHENTHE
RECORDINGFRAMERATEISLESSTHANFPSORWHENTHESLOWSHUTTERMODE
(1/15) is established.
• When the gain value is set to 18 dB or set from 18 dB to another
value, the image can be disordered for a moment.
• If the unit is being used in the MANUAL mode or AUTO mode, set the
AGC item on the AUTO SW screen of the setting menu to OFF to use
this function.
D.ZOOM:
Changes the ratio of the DIGITAL ZOOM function.
%ACHPRESSOFTHEBUTTONCHANGESTHERATIOINTHEFOLLOWINGORDER/&&
(x1) x2 x5 x10 OFF (x1). (Page 0)
TEXT MEMO:
2ECORDSTEXTMEMOSWITH0CARDS0AGE44)
SHOT MARK:
Shot mark recording (Page 44)
LVL METER:
3WITCHESTHEDISPLAYCHANNELSOFTHEAUDIOLEVELMETER7HEN#H#H
AND#H#HAREDISPLAYED
LAST CLIP:
Deletes the last recorded clip. (Page 45)
PRE REC:
Turns the PRE REC function ON or OFF.
F.RATE+:
Changes the frame rate.
F.RATE-:
Changes the frame rate.
Selects the function assigned to the USER2 button.
The settings are the same as USER1 above.
BACKLIGHT
3ELECTSTHEFUNCTIONASSIGNEDTOTHE53%2BUTTON
The settings are the same as USER1 above.
TEXT MEMO
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
SW MODE screen (continued)
FOCUS ASSIST
Display
mode
(Camera)
MF ASSIST
(Camera)
WFM
(Camera)
LCD
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
Allocates a function to the FOCUS ASSIST button.
EXPANDED:
-AGNIÚESTHECENTERPORTIONOFTHEIMAGE
GRAPH:
$ISPLAYSAFREQUENCYDISTRIBUTIONGRAPHATTHETOPRIGHTINTHEVIEWÚNDER
and LCD monitor.
BOTH:
-AGNIÚESTHECENTERPORTIONOFTHEIMAGEANDDISPLAYSAHISTOGRAM
Automatically sets the last focus during manual focusing.
ON:
Automatically sets the last focus.
• The focus may not be set correctly if the last focus differs
considerably from the manually set focus.
• You cannot operate using the remote control connected to the CAM
REMOTE jack.
OFF:
The focus is not adjusted automatically.
3WITCHESTHEWAVEFORMDISPLAYTHATAPPEARSWHENTHE7&-BUTTONIS
pressed.
WAVE:
$ISPLAYSAWAVEFORM
VECTOR:
Opens a vector display.
7!6%6%#4
%ACHPRESSOFTHEBUTTONSWITCHESTHESETTINGSINTHEFOLLOWINGORDER
OFF 7!6%WAVEFORM VECTOR (vector) OFF.
Allocates a function to the LCD button.
LCD REV:
&LIPSTHE,#$IMAGEVERTICALLYANDHORIZONTALLY
OVERSCAN:
3WITCHESBETWEENOVERSCANANDUNDERSCANOFTHE,#$VIEWÚNDER
image.
4HISBUTTONTOGGLESBETWEENTHEOVERSCANANDUNDERSCANIMAGEAT
each press.
LCD BL:
3WITCHESTHEBRIGHTNESSOFTHE,#$BACKLIGHT
• 4HEBRIGHTNESSOFTHEBACKLIGHTSETUSING,#$",ISRETAINEDWHEN
functions assigned using the LCD button change.
Item
A.IRIS
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
ON:
Performs the auto iris control in auto mode. The IRIS button is
deactivated.
OFF:
Deactivates the auto iris control in auto mode. This performs the iris
CONTROLSELECTEDWITHTHE)2)3BUTTON
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Menu
AUTO SW screen
103
Setup menu list (continued)
AUTO SW screen (continued)
AGC
Display
mode
(Camera)
ATW
(Camera)
AF
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
3ETSTHE!UTO'AIN#ONTROLWHENTHE/.ISSELECTEDIN!)2)3
6dB:
Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 6 dB) in auto mode.
12dB:
Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 12 dB) in auto mode.
OFF:
Does not perform the Auto Gain Control in auto mode. Initiates the
CONTROLOFTHEGAINSELECTEDBYTHE'!).SWITCH
ON:
Performs the ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) function in auto
MODE9OUCANNOTSELECT/./&&OFTHE!47FUNCTIONWITHTHE7()4%
"!,SWITCHORTHE53%2BUTTONWHENTHISISSELECTED(OWEVERIF
!47,/#+ISASSIGNEDTOTHE53%2BUTTONYOUCANSETTHEWHITE
BALANCEVALUEWITHTHE53%2BUTTON
OFF:
$OESNOTPERFORMTHEWHITEBALANCEFUNCTIONINAUTOMODE4HIS
PERFORMSTHEWHITEBALANCEFUNCTIONSELECTEDWITHTHE7()4%"!,
SWITCH
ON:
Performs auto focusing in auto mode. You cannot use the FOCUS
SWITCHAND053(!54/BUTTONWHENTHISISSELECTED
OFF:
Does not perform auto focusing in auto mode.This performs the
FOCUSINGSELECTEDWITHTHE&/#53SWITCHOR053(!54/BUTTON
RECORDING SETUP screen
REC FORMAT
Display
mode
(Camera)
MCR FORMAT
(MCR)
480i REC MODE
(Camera)
480i MCR MODE
(MCR)
REC FUNCTION
(Camera)
ONE-SHOT TIME
(Camera)
INTERVAL TIME
(Camera)
PREREC MODE
(Camera)
MIC ALC
(Camera)
MIC GAIN 1
(Camera)
Item
104
Description of settings
Selects the recording format.
III0I0I0!0000
0000.00.III0I0
I0!
3ELECTSPLAYBACKORAINPUTFORMAT
II0000.00.II
Select the recording mode for a 480i recording format.
DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV
3ELECTSFORMATFORPLAYBACKORINPUTINTHEIRECORDINGFORMAT
DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV
Selects the special recording mode. (Pages 46 - 48)
NORMAL, INTERVAL, ONE SHOT, LOOP
Selects the one-shot recording time. (Page 47)
1F, 2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s
Selects the interval time for interval recording. (Page 46)
2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1m, 5m, 10m
Sets PRE RECORDING to ON or OFF. (Page 46)
ON, OFF
Sets mic level auto control to ON or OFF. (Page 52)
ON, OFF
Set to ON to reduce distortion at high input levels.
This setting does not change the audio signal recording level. Use the
AUDIO control knob to adjust the audio signal recording level.
Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT
1 terminal. (Page 51)
-50dB, -60dB
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RECORDING SETUP screen (continued)
25M REC CH SEL
(Camera)
1394 TC REGEN
(MCR)
TC MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
TCG
(Camera)
(MCR)
TC PRESET
(Camera)
(MCR)
1394 UB REGEN
(MCR)
Description of settings
Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT
2 terminal. (Page 51)
-50dB, -60dB
Selects the recording audio channel for DVCPRO and DV formats.
(Page 51)
2CH, 4CH
<Notes>
• %VENWHEN#(ISSELECTEDASTHISITEMmSSETTINGTHESIGNALSWILLBE
INPUTTOTWOCHANNELSALWAYS#(AND#(WHENTHEREARETWO
INPUTCHANNELS
• 3IMILARLYEVENWHEN#(ISSELECTEDTHEOUTPUTSIGNALSWILLBE
DELIVEREDTOTWOCHANNELSALWAYS#(AND#(
3ELECTSTHETIMECODEUSEDFORRECORDINGTHESIGNALFROMEQUIPMENT
CONNECTEDTOTHETERMINAL
ON:
2ECORDSUSINGTHETIMECODEOFTHESIGNALINPUTTHROUGHTHE
terminal.
OFF:
Records using the time code set in TC MODE/TCG.
• If you select ON here, this has priority over the settings in TC MODE/
TCG.
• )FTHEREISNOINPUTTOTHETERMINALTHECAMERAFOLLOWSTHE
settings in TC MODE/TCG.
Selects the correction mode of the internal time code generator.
DF: Uses the drop frame mode.
NDF: Uses the non-drop frame mode.
• 4HENONDROPFRAMEMODEWILLBEUSEDWHENYOUSETRECORDINGFRAME
rate of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN.
3ETSTHEMODEINWHICHYOUADVANCETHETIMECODE
FREE RUN:
The time code is advanced regardless of the operation mode.
• 7HENSETTINGAFRAMERATEOTHERTHAN0DURINGOPERATIONWITHTHE
00.FORMATTHE&2%%25.OPERATIONFORTHETIMECODEWILL
NOTBEPERFORMEDANDTHE2%#25.OPERATIONWILLBEPERFORMED
INSTEAD)TISTHESAMEWHENSETTINGAFRAMERATEOTHERTHAN0
DURINGOPERATIONWITHTHE00.FORMAT
REC RUN:
4HETIMECODEISADVANCEDONLYWHENRECORDING
Sets the initial time code.
• 3ETTHEFRAMEVALUETOORAMULTIPLEOFWHENYOUSETRECORDING
frame rate of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN. If any other
VALUETHERECORDEDTIMECODEWILLMISMATCH
3ELECTSTHEUSERINFORMATIONUSEDWHENRECORDINGTHESIGNALSFROM
EQUIPMENTCONNECTEDTOTHETERMINAL
ON:
2ECORDSUSINGTHEUSERINFORMATIONOFTHESIGNALINPUTTHROUGHTHE
terminal.
OFF:
Records using the user information set in UB MODE.
• If you select ON here, this has priority over the setting in UB MODE.
• 4HEUSERINFORMATIONISRECORDEDONLYWHENTHESIGNALCONTAINSTHE
user information.
• )FTHEREISNOINPUTTOTHETERMINALTHECAMERAFOLLOWSTHE5"
MODE settings.
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Menu
MIC GAIN 2
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
105
Setup menu list (continued)
RECORDING SETUP screen (continued)
Item
UB MODE
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
Set the content for user information.
USER:
Records the information of user.
TIME:
Records the time at recording.
DATE:
Records the date at recording.
TCG:
Records the values of the time code generator.
FRM. RATE:
Records the frame rate information for frame conversion.
a
UB PRESET
106
1394 IN PRESET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(MCR)
TIME STAMP
(Camera)
b
c
d
a: Checking information for user information
b: Frame sequence No.
• 0 to 4 are displayed in the 24P/24P (ADV) mode.
• &ISDISPLAYEDINTHEI0MODE
c: Frame rates
• &RAMERATE
• I/P ID
• Conversion data
• &RAMERATECOEFÚCIENT
d: Recording management data
• Frame update information
• REC START/STOP information
<Note>
To play back a clip recorded with native recording
4OCHANGEOUTPUTUSERINFORMATIONTOFRAMERATEINFORMATION
change this setting to FRM.RATE and play back the clip. The user
information displayed on the screen at this time is changed to frame
rate information.
Sets the user information. Select USER in UB MODE.
3YNCHRONIZESTHEINTERNAL4#'VALUEWITHTHE4#OFINPUTWHEN
you press the TC SET button.
ON: 4HESYNCHRONIZATIONMODEISON
OFF: 4HESYNCHRONIZATIONMODEISOFF
$ETERMINESWHETHERORNOTDATEANDTIMEINFORMATIONWILLBE
superimposed on the image.
ON: Superimposes date and time information on the image.
OFF: Does not superimpose date and time information on the image.
<Note>
When DATE/TIME on the DISPLAY SETUP screen is set to OFF, the
date and time information is not superimposed.
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PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS screen
Item
AUDIO OUT
Display
mode
(MCR)
Description of settings
3ETSTHEAUDIOSIGNALSTOOUTPUTFROMTHE!5$)//54PINJACKWHEN
the P2 card or the tape is played back.
CH1 · CH2:
CH1 output = CH1 signals, CH2 output = CH2 signals
CH1:
CH1 output = CH1 signals, CH2 output = CH1 signals
CH2:
CH1 output = CH2 signals, CH2 output = CH2 signals
CH3 · CH4:
#(OUTPUT#(SIGNALS#(OUTPUT#(SIGNALS
CH3:
#(OUTPUT#(SIGNALS#(OUTPUT#(SIGNALS
CH4:
CH1 output = CH4 signals, CH2 output = CH4 signals
!6)./543%450SCREEN
#-0.43$)3%,
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI OUT
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI METADATA
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI EDH
(Camera)
(MCR)
DOWNCON MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
HP MODE
(Camera)
TEST TONE
(Camera)
Description of settings
Selects the type of component terminal or SDI connector.
AUTO-ONITORWITH$TERMINAL0IIOUTPUT
1080i-ONITORWITH$TERMINALIIOUTPUT
480i-ONITORWITH$TERMINALIOUTPUT
Only video recorded at 720P is cross-converted to 1080i. Crossconversion does not take place in other cases.
Selects video output from component terminal or SDI OUT terminal.
ON: Video is not output via the component terminal but from the SDI
connector.
OFF: Video is output via the component terminal but not from the SDI
connector.
$ETERMINESWHETHERORNOTMETADATAISSUPERIMPOSEDON3$)SIGNALS
during HD-SDI output.
ON: Superimposes metadata.
OFF: Does not superimpose metadata.
$ETERMINESWHETHERORNOT%$(ISSUPERIMPOSEDON3$3$)SIGNALS
during SD-SDI output.
ON: Superimposes EDH.
OFF: Does not superimpose EDH.
3WITCHESDOWNCONVERSIONOUTPUTMODE
SIDE CROP: #ROPSTHERIGHTANDLEFTEDGESOFTHEIMAGESWITHTHE
aspect ratio.
LETTER BOX: Adds black bands at the top and bottom of the images,
ANDTHEIMAGESWITHTHEASPECTRATIOAREDISPLAYEDINTHE
aspect ratio.
SQUEEZE: Select this option for 16:9 aspect ratio images. When
VIEWEDONAASPECTRATIOMONITORIMAGESARESQUEEZEDHORIZONTALLY
Selects the sound heard through the headphones.
LIVE:
4HESOUNDWHICHHASBEENINPUTFROMTHEMICROPHONEISOUTPUTASIS
4HISSETTINGISSELECTEDWHENDELAYSINTHESOUNDAREANNOYING
RECORDING:
4HESOUNDINTHESTATUSWHICHISTOBERECORDEDTHESOUND
SYNCHRONIZEDWITHTHEIMAGESISOUTPUT
$ETERMINESWHETHERORNOTATESTTONEISOUTPUTTOCHANNELSAND
WHEN"!23ISSETTO/.
ON: /UTPUTSATESTTONETOCHANNELSAND
• The reference level is -12 dB.
OFF: Does not output a test tone.
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Menu
Item
107
Setup menu list (continued)
!6)./543%450SCREENCONTINUED
Item
INT MIC
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
$ETERMINESWHETHERORNOTINPUTFROMTHEINTERNALMICROPHONEISUSED
during recording.
ON: Uses internal microphone input.
OFF: Does not use internal microphone input.
DISPLAY SETUP screen
ZEBRA DETECT 1
Display
mode
(Camera)
ZEBRA DETECT 2
(Camera)
MARKER
(Camera)
SAFETY ZONE
(Camera)
FOCUS BAR
(Camera)
VIDEO OUT OSD
(Camera)
(MCR)
$!4%4)-%
(Camera)
(MCR)
LEVEL METER
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
Item
ZOOM·FOCUS
108
#!2$"!44
(Camera)
(MCR)
P2CARD REMAIN
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
3ELECTSTHEBRIGHTNESSLEVELOFTHELEFTLEANINGZEBRAPATTERNSONTHE
screen.
50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%
3ELECTSTHEBRIGHTNESSLEVELOFTHERIGHTLEANINGZEBRAPATTERNSONTHE
screen.
50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%,
OFF
<Note>
4HEZEBRAPATTERNSDONOTAPPEARIFYOUSELECT/&&
Select ON to display the marker. (Page 40)
ON, OFF
To display the marker, press the ZEBRA button.
Sets SAFETY ZONE to ON or OFF.
OFF, 90%, 4:3, 13:9, 14:9
Turns the FOCUS ASSIST bar display ON or OFF.
ON, OFF
When set to ON, the FOCUS ASSIST bar can be displayed.
Select ON to output the information displayed on the screen together
WITHTHESIGNALSFROMTHE6)$%/)./54JACK
ON, OFF
3ETSWHETHERTODISPLAYTHEDATEANDTIMEONTHESCREENANDWHETHERTO
output from the VIDEO IN/OUT jack.
OFF:
The date and time are not displayed.
TIME:
The time is displayed.
DATE:
The date is displayed.
TIME&DATE:
The time and date are displayed.
Select ON to display the audio level meter.
ON, OFF
3ELECTSTHEUNITOFZOOMANDFOCUSVALUES
OFF, NUMBERMMFEETMMM
<Note>
Use the mm/feet or mm/m display only as a general guideline since it is
not entirely accurate.
Select ON to display the remaining P2 card recording capacity and
remaining battery charge.
ON, OFF
$ETERMINESHOWREMAINING0CARDCAPACITYISDISPLAYED
ONE-CARD$ISPLAYSHOWMUCHSPACEISLEFTONTHE0CARDTHATIS
currently being recorded.
TOTAL: Displays the total amount of space that is left on P2 cards
inserted in the camera.
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
DISPLAY SETUP screen (continued)
Item
OTHER DISPLAY
CAMERA DATA
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
(MCR)
LCD BACKLIGHT
(Camera)
(MCR)
LCD SET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
EVF SET
SELF SHOOT
DISPLAY ASPECT
(Camera)
(MCR)
EVF COLOR
(Camera)
(MCR)
REC COUNTER
(Camera)
Description of settings
3ELECTHOWMUCHINFORMATIONTODISPLAYONTHESCREEN0AGE9)
OFF, PARTIAL, ALL
7HENSETTO/.CAMERARECORDERDATAIMAGESTABILIZERAPERTUREGAIN
value) made during shooting is displayed in playback of clips recorded
in the DV format.
ON, OFF
<Note>
!PPEARSONLYWHENI2%#-/$%0AGE104) is set to DV.
Adjusts the backlight of the LCD monitor. Select HIGH for brighter
backlight.
HIGH, NORMAL, LOW
Adjusts the display level of the images on the LCD monitor. (Page 22)
LCD COLOR LEVEL, LCD BRIGHTNESS, LCD CONTRAST
!DJUSTSTHEDISPLAYLEVELOFTHEIMAGESONTHEVIEWÚNDER0AGE22)
EVF COLOR LEVEL, EVF BRIGHTNESS, EVF CONTRAST
Selects the LCD mirror mode for self-portrait shooting. Select MIRROR
to reverse left and right at self-portrait shooting. (Page 40)
NORMAL, MIRROR
3ELECTSTHEASPECTRATIOOFTHE,#$MONITORANDTHEVIEWÚNDER
AUTO: Changes automatically to the appropriate ratio according to the
recording or play mode information.
4:3: &IXEDAT
<Note>
"LACKBANDSAPPEARATTHETOPANDBOTTOMOFTHESCREENWHENIMAGES
are displayed at a 16:9 aspect ratio. No parts of the images are
missing.
3ELECTSCOLORORBLACKANDWHITEIMAGESONTHEVIEWÚNDER
ON: Color
OFF: "LACKANDWHITE
Selects counter operation during recording.
TOTAL:
#ONTINUESCOUNTINGUNTILCARDISRESETWITHTHE#/5.4%22%3%4
button.
CLIP:
Resets the counter at start of recording and counts the time of each
recording session.
CARD FUNCTIONS screen
USER FILE
(Camera)
Description of settings
2EADSWRITESSCENEÚLESFROMTOTHE3$MEMORYCARD
FILE SELECT:9OUCANSPECIFYTHEÚLENUMBERSOFTHEÚLESTOBE
READWRITTEN
READ:9OUCANREADTHESETTINGVALUESOFTHESCENEÚLESTOFROM
THE3$MEMORYCARDBYSPECIFYINGTHEÚLENUMBER
WRITE:3AVESTHECURRENTSETTINGVALUESOFTHESCENEÚLESTOTO
the SD memory card.
TITLE RELOAD: Updates the title list.
2EADSWRITESUSERÚLESEXCLUDINGSCENEÚLESFROMTOTHE3$MEMORY
card.
FILE SELECT: 9OUCANSPECIFYTHEÚLENUMBERSOFTHEÚLESTOBE
READWRITTEN
READ:9OUCANREADTHESETTINGVALUESOFTHEUSERÚLESTOFROM
THE3$MEMORYCARDBYSPECIFYINGTHEÚLENUMBER
WRITE:3AVESTHECURRENTSETTINGVALUESOFTHEUSERÚLESTOTOTHE
SD memory card.
TITLE RELOAD: Updates the title list.
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
Menu
SCENE FILE
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
109
Setup menu list (continued)
CARD FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
Item
SD CARD FORMAT
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
Formats the SD memory cards.
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen
Item
USER FILE
110
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
REMOTE
(Camera)
(MCR)
1394 CONTROL
(Camera)
1394 CMD SEL
(Camera)
PC MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
LOAD:
,OADSTHESETTINGSINAPREVIOUSLYSTOREDUSERÚLE
SAVE:
3AVESTHEUPDATEDUSERÚLESETTINGS
INITIAL:
2ETURNSTHEUSERSETTINGSINTHEUSERÚLETOTHEFACTORYSETTINGS
!FTERA,/!$OR).)4)!,OPERATIONTURNTHE0/7%2SWITCHOFFAND
THENBACKONAGAINTOMAKETHENEWSETTINGSAVAILABLE
• An INITIAL operation does not change the TIME ZONE settings
(Page 111).
Sets the operations of the supplied remote control unit. (Remote control
setup. (Page 18))
OFF:
Operations are not accepted from any remote control.
1:
Accepts commands from the remote control set for “operation mode 1”.
2:
Accepts commands from the remote control set for “operation mode 2”.
Sets the control method for backup recording using a backup unit
CONNECTEDTOTHETERMINAL
OFF:
The backup unit is not controlled.
EXT:
The backup unit can be controlled by the START/STOP button. The
images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by the backup unit.
Note that the camera recorder does not record them.
BOTH:
The images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by both the
camera recorder and backup unit.
CHAIN:
7HENTHECAMERARECORDERmSMEDIAAPPROACHESITSENDDURING
shooting, the backup unit in the recording stand-by mode automatically
starts recording images.
3ETSHOWTHE34!2434/0BUTTONWORKSFORTHEBACKUPUNIT
2%#?0:
4HISSWITCHESBETWEENRECORDINGANDPAUSE
STOP:
4HISSWITCHESBETWEENRECORDINGANDSTOP
<Note>
If the backup unit does not have a rec pause function, select STOP.
3ELECTSTHETERMINALFORDATATRANSFER9OUCANNOTSELECT53"AND
at the same time.)
USB DEVICE:
-ODEFORSENDINGÚLESUSINGTHE53"CONNECTOR
1394 DEVICE:
-ODEFORSENDINGÚLESUSINGTHECONNECTOR
1394 HOST:
-ODEFORCOPYINGÚLESFROMTHE0CARDONTOANEXTERNALHARDDISKDRIVE
USINGTHECONNECTOR
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
ACCESS LED
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
REC LAMP
(Camera)
BEEP SOUND
(Camera)
CLOCK SET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
TIME ZONE
Description of settings
Sets the access lamp to ON or OFF.
ON:
4HELAMPLIGHTSUPANDBLINKSASPERTHEREGULARSPECIÚCATIONS
OFF:
The lamp is OFF in all circumstances.
Sets lighting of the tally lamp.
OFF:
The tally lamp does not light.
FRONT:
Front tally lamp (microphone side) lights.
REAR:
2EARTALLYLAMPVIEWÚNDERSIDELIGHTS
BOTH:
Both tally lamps light.
Turns the beep sound ON or OFF.
ON OFF
7HEN/.ISSELECTEDTHEBEEPISSOUNDEDWHENTHEMEMORYOFTHE0
card has been used up during recording.
When the beep is sounded, the audio signals from the output connector
are muted before the beep sound is output.
3ETSTHECAMERARECORDERmSCALENDAR
!DDSTOORDEDUCTSFROM'-4THETIMEVALUEOFTOIN
MINUTESTEPS!SANEXCEPTIONYOUCANSET2EFERTOTHE
TABLEBELOW
0:00
Time
difference
00:00
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
+ 12:00
+ 11:00
+ 10:00
+ 09:00
+ 08:00
+ 07:00
+ 06:00
+ 05:00
+ 04:00
+ 02:00
+ 01:00
Area
'REENWICH
!ZORES)SLANDS
Mid-Atlantic
Buenos Aires
Halifax
.EW9ORK
Chicago
Denver
Los Angeles
Alaska
(AWAII
-IDWAY)SLAND
+WAJALEIN
.EW:EALAND
Solomon Islands
Guam
Tokyo
Beijing
Bangkok
Dacca
Islamabad
Abu Dhabi
-OSCOW
Eastern Europe
Central Europe
Time
difference
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
q
+ 12:45
Area
.EWFOUNDLAND)SLAND
-ARQUESAS)SLANDS
Norfolk Island
,ORD(OWE)SLAND
$ARWIN
Menu
Item
Rangoon
Bombay
Kabul
Tehran
Chatham Islands
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
111
Setup menu list (continued)
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
Item
POWER SAVE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
Display
mode
(Camera)
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
3ELECTSTHEPOWERSAVINGMODEWHENTHE/PERATIONLEVER-%.5
button, THUMBNAIL button, PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR button, DISP/
-/$%#(+BUTTON53%2BUTTONSAND%6&$4,BUTTONHAVENOT
been operated for 5 minutes or so.
ON:
4HECAMERARECORDERmSPOWERISSETTO/&&
OFF:
4HEUNITREMAINSSTOPPEDWITHOUTTURNINGOFFITmSPOWER
• 7HENCONNECTIONISMADEWITHANEXTERNALDEVICEUSINGTHE
CABLEANDTHECOMMUNICATIONMODEISESTABLISHEDINTHISWAYTHE
POWERWILLNOTBESETOFFEVENWHENNONEOFTHEABOVEBUTTONSHAS
been operated.
• 4HEPOWERWILLNOTBETURNEDOFFWHENA0CARDHASNOTBEEN
installed, even if ON has been selected.
Returns the menu settings to the factory settings.
• 4HETIMEZONESETTINGWILLNOTBECHANGED
$ISPLAYSTHEPOWERONTIMEADIGITÚGURE
OPTION MENU screen
4HISMENUISDISPLAYEDWHENTHE$)30-/$%#(+BUTTONISHELDDOWNANDAFTERTHEDETAILSOFTHE
shooting status are displayed, the MENU button is then pressed.Use it to check the connection status
during nonlinear editing.
Item
1394 STATUS
1394 CONFIG
112
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
STATUSDISPLAYSCREENAPPEARS
FORMAT: &ORMATOFTHESIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
RATE: 4RANSFERRATEOFTHESIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
3YSTEMOFTHESIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
CH: 6ALUEOFTHECHANNELSINWHICHTHESIGNALSAREINPUTOROUTPUT
SPEED: 4RANSFERSPEEDOFTHESIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
STATUS: 3TATUSOFTHESIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUTUSINGTHE
digital interface.
VIDEO: 3TATUSOFTHEVIDEOSIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
AUDIO: 3TATUSOFTHEAUDIOSIGNALSWHICHAREINPUTOROUTPUT
EXTENDEDMENUSAPPEAR
DFLT: Normally, DFLT is used.
1-255
???INDICATESTHEFACTORYSETTING
Before calling for service
Power supply
4HEREmSNOPOWER
• Make sure the battery and AC adapter are connected properly.
P16
Check the connections again.
0OWERSHUTSOFFFORNO
• 4OPREVENTTHEBATTERYFROMRUNNINGDOWNNEEDLESSLYTHECAMERA P112
apparent reason.
RECORDERAUTOMATICALLYTURNSOFFWHENTHECAMERARECORDERHAS
been left in the shooting pause mode for more than 5 minutes.
Check the settings in the OTHER FUNCTIONS screen, POWER
SAVE.
0OWERGOESOFFASSOONAS • The battery may have run out.
P15
it is turned on.
If the remaining battery charge display is blinking or
APPEARSTHEBATTERYHASRUNOUT4HESAMEISTRUEIFWHENTHE
POWERISTURNEDONTHE#!--#2AND0#LAMPSÛASHINTHIS
SEQUENCEANDTHENTHEPOWERGOESOFF
%ITHERRECHARGETHEBATTERYORREPLACETHEDISCHARGEDBATTERYWITH
a fully charged one.
Battery
The battery cannot be
charged.
• Make sure the battery is fully charged.
+EEPCHARGINGUNTILTHE!#ADAPTERmS#(!2'%LAMPGOESOUT
• Are you using the battery in a cold place?
The battery is affected by the ambient temperature. Its operating
TIMEISREDUCEDINLOWTEMPERATURES
• The battery may have reached the end of its service life.
4HEBATTERYWILLBECOMEUNCHARGEABLE4HEBATTERYHASACERTAIN
SERVICELIFEWHICHVARIESDEPENDINGONHOWTHEBATTERYISUSED
)FTHEBATTERYOPERATESONLYFORASHORTPERIODEVENWHENITIS
CHARGEDADEQUATELYITHASREACHEDTHEENDOFITSSERVICELIFE
• The battery cannot be charged if the DC cord is connected.
Disconnect it.
P15
——
——
——
Reference
4HEBATTERYRUNSDOWN
QUICKLY
113
Before calling for service (continued)
Shooting
Cannot start shooting.
Cannot focus
automatically.
• -AKESURETHE0/7%2SWITCHIS/.
• 9OUCANFOCUSAUTOMATICALLYWHENTHEAUTOFOCUSMODEIS
selected.
• 9OUMAYBESHOOTINGASCENEWHEREITISDIFÚCULTTOBRINGTHE
subject into focus in the auto focus mode.
If this is the case, focus in the manual focus mode.
)TMAYBEHARDTOBRINGTHESUBJECTINTOFOCUSWHEN
· both close and distant objects are to be shot
SHOOTINGTHROUGHADIRTYWINDOW
· shooting in a dark place
· there are sparkling or shiny objects around the subject
· the subject is moving fast
SHOOTINGASCENEWITHMINIMALCONTRAST
Cannot shoot even though • -AKESURETHE0CARDmSWRITEPROTECTSWITCHISNOTINTHE
the P2 card is inserted
PROTECT position.
correctly.
Recording is not possible if it is in this position.
• There may be little free memory left on the P2 card. If so, save
the data onto another media, and delete the data you no longer
NEEDALTERNATIVELYREPLACETHECARDWITHANEWONE
• The P2 card may be formatted incorrectly. Alternatively, the card
YOUAREUSINGMAYNOTBEFORMATTEDFORUSEWITHTHEUNIT)FSO
format the card in the unit.
• 2 GB P2 cards cannot be used.
• The media information display may be indicating “E”. If so, format
the card in the unit.
Cannot perform interval
• -AKESURETHATTHE$)2%.429.'#!2$WARNINGISNOT
recording, one-shot
displayed after inserting the P2 card. Interval recording, one-shot
recording or loop
RECORDINGANDLOOPRECORDINGCANNOTBEPERFORMEDWITHTHISCARD
recording.
Format the card in the unit.
P19
P5
——
P26
——
P26
——
P90
P91
Editing
Cannot perform nonlinear • #HECKTHESPECIÚCATIONSOFYOURCOMPUTERANDCONNECTINGCABLE P81
editing.
Cannot dub onto an
• Make sure the external device is connected correctly.
P78 - 80
external device.
Displays
3OMETHINGISWRONGWITH • The time code display may not register a regular count if a tape is ——
the time code display.
PLAYEDINTHEREVERSESLOWMODE4HISISNORMAL
114
Playback
#ANNOTPLAYEVENWHEN) • Make sure the MCR lamp is on (press the mode button).
press the play button.
No kind of playback operation can be performed unless this lamp
is on.
Mosaic-like noise appears • This noise is inherent to digital video technology.
WHEN)CUEORREVIEWA
This is normal.
tape.
Images do not appear on • Make sure the input selector on your television is set to video
the television even though input.
I have connected the
2EADTHETELEVISIONmSINSTRUCTIONSCAREFULLYANDSELECTTHECORRECT
camera-recorder properly. video input connector for the camera-recorder.
Cannot hear any sound
• 9OUMAYHAVETURNEDDOWNTHECAMERARECORDERmSVOLUMECONTROL
from the cameratoo far.
RECORDERmSSPEAKER
Adjust the volume level using the PAGE/AUDIO MON/
VAR button+.
#ANNOTPERFORMHOTSWAP • 4HISUNITDOESNOTSUPPORTHOTSWAPPLAYBACK
playback.
4OREPLACEONECARDWITHANOTHERDURINGDUBBINGSTOPTHE
DUBBINGÚRSTANDUPONCOMPLETINGTHEREPLACEMENTRESUMEIT
P6
——
——
P75
P86
Other
• Make sure the SD memory card is formatted correctly.
P29
If it is not, format the card in the unit.
• The battery in the remote control may have run out.
P18
)FTHEREMOTECONTROLFAILSTOWORKEVENIFITISOPERATEDCLOSETOTHE
remote control sensor of the camera-recorder, it means that the
BATTERYHASRUNOUT2EPLACEITWITHNEWONE
• Make sure the remote control setting is the same for the remote P18
control unit and the camera-recorder.
If the REMOTE setting is different on the remote control and the
CAMERARECORDERTHEREMOTECONTROLWILLNOTWORK
There is a rattling sound • There are some parts of the camera that make a rattling sound
——
WHENTHECAMERARECORDER INTHE-#2MODEORWHENTHE0/7%2SWITCHIS/&&4HISIS
is tilted back and forth.
normal.
A clicking sound is heard • 4HISINITIALIZATIONOPERATIONISPERFORMEDWHENTHECAMERASTARTS ——
WHENTHEPOWERISTURNED up.
ONORWHENTHE-#2
It occurs due to the construction of the camera and is not
MODEISSWITCHEDTOTHE
indicative of any trouble.
CAM mode..
Reference
Cannot read the data on
the SD memory card.
The remote control does
NOTWORK
115
Operating precautions
Do not allow any water to get into the camerarecorder when using it in the rain or snow or at
the beach.
• &AILURETOHEEDTHISPRECAUTIONWILLCAUSETHE
camera-recorder or P2 card to malfunction (and
may result in irreparable damage).
Keep the camera-recorder away from
equipment (such as TV sets and video game
MACHINESTHATGENERATEMAGNETICÚELDS
• Using the camera-recorder on top of or near a
TV set may cause distortion in the images and/or
SOUNDDUETOTHEELECTROMAGNETICWAVESTHATTHE
set emits.
• 4HEPOWERFULMAGNETICÚELDSGENERATEDBY
speakers or large motors may damage your
recordings or distort the images.
• 4HEELECTROMAGNETICWAVESEMITTEDFROM
AMICROCOMPUTERWILLADVERSELYAFFECTTHE
camerarecorder, causing the images and/or
sound to be distorted.
• If the camera-recorder is so adversely affected by
PRODUCTSTHATGENERATEMAGNETICÚELDSTHATITNO
longer operates properly, turn it off and remove
the battery or unplug the AC adapter from the
POWEROUTLET4HENINSTALLTHEBATTERYAGAINOR
reconnect the AC adapter. After this, turn the
camera-recorder back on.
• 4HE!#ADAPTERCANINTERFEREWITHRADIORECEPTION
SOKEEPRADIOSATLEASTMETERAWAYFROMIT
• 4HE!#ADAPTERMAYMAKESOMENOISEWHENYOU
are using it, but this is normal.
Take precautions not to drop the camera when
moving it.
• Strong impacts may damage the camera and
CAUSEITTOSTOPWORKING
• (ANDLETHECAMERAWITHCAREUSINGTHEHAND
strap or shoulder strap to carry it.
Do not spray the camera with insect sprays or
other volatile substances.
• 4HESECANWARPTHECAMERAORCAUSETHEÚNISH
to come off.
• $ONOTLEAVETHECAMERARECORDERINCONTACTWITH
rubber or PVC products for extended periods of
time.
After use, remove the battery and disconnect
the AC power supply cord.
Do not use the camera-recorder near radio
transmitters or high-voltage equipment.
• Using the camera-recorder near a radio
TRANSMITTERORHIGHVOLTAGEEQUIPMENTMAY
adversely affect the recorded images and/or
sound.
Battery characteristics
This camera-recorder uses a rechargeable
lithiumion battery that uses its internal chemical
reaction to generate electrical energy. This reaction
ISEASILYINÛUENCEDBYTHEAMBIENTTEMPERATURE
ANDHUMIDITYANDTHEBATTERYmSEFFECTIVEOPERATING
time is reduced as the temperature rises or falls. In
VERYLOWTEMPERATURESTHEBATTERYMAYLASTONLY
minutes.
Protective circuitry functions if you use the battery
WHEREITISVERYHOTANDYOUWILLHAVETOWAITBEFORE
you can use it again.
Do not allow any sand or dust to get into the
camera-recorder when using it at the beach
and other similar places.
• Sand and dust can damage the camera-recorder
AND0CARD"EESPECIALLYCAREFULWHEN
inserting or removing the P2 card.)
Remove the battery after use.
Completely remove the battery. (The battery
continues to be used even if you have turned
the camera off.) The battery can over discharge
if you leave it in the camera and it may become
impossible to recharge it.
AC adapter and battery
• If the battery is extremely hot or cold, the
#(!2'%LAMPWILLBLINKSEVERALTIMESBEFORE
charging starts.
• If the CHARGE lamp continues to blink even
WHENTHEBATTERYTEMPERATUREISNORMALTHERE
MAYBESOMETHINGWRONGWITHTHEBATTERYOR!#
adapter. Contact your dealer.
• 4HEBATTERYTAKESLONGERTOCHARGEWHENITIS
WARM
+EEPDUSTANDOTHERFOREIGNOBJECTSAWAYFROM
the battery terminal.
If the battery is dropped, make sure that the
body and terminal portion of the battery are not
deformed.
If a deformed battery is inserted into the camerarecorder or placed on the AC adapter, the camerarecorder or AC adapter may be damaged.
116
What to remember when throwing memory
cards away or transferring them to others
Formatting memory cards or deleting data using
THEFUNCTIONSOFTHEUNITORACOMPUTERWILLMERELY
CHANGETHEÚLEMANAGEMENTINFORMATIONITWILL
not completely erase the data on the cards. When
THROWINGTHESECARDSAWAYORTRANSFERRINGTHEM
to others, either physically destroy them or use a
data deletion program for computers (commercially
available) to completely erase the data. Users are
responsible for managing the data on their memory
cards.
Liquid crystal displays
• Images or letters can get burned onto the screen
OFTHE,#$ORVIEWÚNDERIFTHEYAREDISPLAYEDFOR
ALONGTIMEBUTYOUCANÚXTHISBYLEAVINGTHE
camera off for several hours.
• 4HELIQUIDCRYSTALPARTSAREHIGHLYPRECISEWITH
99.99% of the pixels effective.
This leaves less than 0.01% of pixels that may
not light or may remain on all the time. These
PHENOMENAARENORMALANDWILLHAVENOEFFECTON
the images you shoot.
• Condensation may form if you use the camera
WHERETEMPERATURESÛUCTUATE7IPEDRYWITHA
soft, dry cloth.
• The LCD may appear dim after immediately
TURNINGONACOLDCAMERABUTWILLBRIGHTENASTHE
CAMERAWARMSUP
$ONOTPOINTTHELENSORVIEWÚNDERATTHESUN
Doing so may damage the parts inside.
Reference
Protective caps for the connectors
+EEPTHEPROTECTIVECAPSÚTTEDOVERANYCONNECTORS
that are not being used.
117
Updating the driver in the camera
&ORTHELATESTINFORMATIONONDRIVERSVISITTHE03UPPORT$ESKATTHEFOLLOWING7EBSITES
HTTPSEWWPAVCPANASONICCOJPPROAV
To update a driver, select PROPERTY on the thumbnail menu and then SYSTEMINFO to check the
CAMERARECORDERmSVERSIONGOTOTHESITEGIVENABOVEANDDOWNLOADTHEDRIVERASNECESSARY
4HEUPDATINGPROCEDUREISCOMPLETEDWHENTHEDOWNLOADEDÚLEHASBEENLOADEDINTOTHECAMERARECORDER
via the SD memory card. For further details on this procedure, go the site given above.
• For installation, you must connect the AC adapter.
• )FYOUAREGOINGTOUSE3$MEMORYCARDSWITHTHISCAMERARECORDERUSEONLYCARDSWHICHAREIN
COMPLIANCEWITHTHE3$STANDARD
!LWAYSFORMAT3$MEMORYCARDSONTHISCAMERARECORDER
118
Cleaning
Eye cup holder
Eye cup
0ROJECTION
Reference
7HENCLEANINGDONOTUSEBENZENEORTHINNER
• 5SINGBENZINEORPAINTTHINNERSMAYDEFORMTHE
CAMERARECORDERANDORCAUSETHESURFACEÚNISH
to peel off.
• "EFOREPROCEEDINGWITHMAINTENANCEREMOVETHE
BATTERYORDISCONNECTTHE!#CORDFROMTHEPOWER
outlet.
• 5SEASOFTCLEANCLOTHTOWIPETHECAMERA
RECORDER4OREMOVESTUBBORNDIRTWIPETHE
CAMERARECORDERWITHACLOTHMOISTENEDWITH
KITCHENDETERGENTTHATHASBEENDILUTEDWITH
WATERANDTHENUSEADRYCLOTHTOTAKEUPTHE
remaining moisture.
#LEANINGTHE6IEWÚNDER
• )FTHEREISDUSTINSIDETHEVIEWÚNDERREMOVETHE
eye cup holder and get rid of the dust.
• The interior of the eye cup holder is specially
ÚNISHEDSODONOTEVERWIPEIT)FTHEREISDUSTON
ITBLOWITOFFWITHANAIRBLOWER
• 2EMOVETHEEYECUPHOLDERWITHTHEEYECUP
ATTACHEDBYROTATINGITCOUNTERCLOCKWISE)TWILL
BETIGHTLYSCREWEDON7HENYOUDOTHISTILTTHE
VIEWÚNDERSLIGHTLYUPWARD
• To amount the eye cup holder, align the
ridges and grooves of the eye cup holder and
CAMERARECORDERANDTURNCLOCKWISEUNTILTHE
holder clicks into place.
119
Storage Precautions
Before storing the camera-recorder, remove the
battery.
3TOREALLOFTHESEITEMSINAPLACEWITHLOWHUMIDITY
and relatively constant temperature.
[Recommended temperature range: 15°C to 25°C]
[Recommended relative humidity: 40% to 60%]
Video camera
• Wrap the video camera in a soft cloth to keep the
dust off.
Battery
• 4HEBATTERYLIFEISSHORTENEDINPLACESWITH
extreme temperatures.
• 3TORINGTHEBATTERYINALOCATIONWITHOILYVAPORS
or high dust concentrations may corrode the
terminals or cause other damage, leading to
malfunction.
• +EEPMETALOBJECTSSUCHASNECKLACES
and hair pins) away from the terminals.
Shortcircuiting may occur across the
terminals, causing the battery to heat up, and
you may seriously burn yourself if you touch
the battery in this state.
• Discharge the battery before storing it. When
storing it for an extended time, charge it at
least once a year, use up its charge in the
camerarecorder, and then store it again.
120
P2 cards
• After ejecting a P2 card from the unit, be
absolutely sure to attach its special cap to keep
SANDANDDUSTAWAYFROMTHECONNECTORAREA
3TOWTHE0CARDSINTHEIROWNCASESWHEN
storing them or carrying them around.
• $ONOTLEAVE0CARDSINAREASWHERECORROSIVE
gases, etc. are present.
SD memory cards
• After ejecting an SD memory card from the unit,
BEABSOLUTELYSURETOSTOWITINITSOWNCASE
• $ONOTLEAVE3$MEMORYCARDSINAREASWHERE
corrosive gases, etc. are present.
• Do not leave the cards inside vehicles, in places
exposed to direct sunlight or in other places
WHERETHETEMPERATUREISHIGH
• $ONOTLEAVETHECARDSWHERETHEHUMIDITYLEVEL
ISHIGHORWHERETHEREAREHIGHCONCENTRATIONS
of dust.
How to handle data recorded on P2 cards
The P2 card is a semiconductor memory card that is used as the recording medium in the professional
video production and broadcasting devices that make up the DVCPRO P2 Series.
„ Since data recorded in the DVCPRO P2
FORMATAREINAÚLEFORMATTHEYHAVEEXCELLENT
COMPATIBILITYWITH0#S4HEÚLESTRUCTUREISA
UNIQUEFORMATWHICHINADDITIONTOVIDEOAND
AUDIODATAIN-8&ÚLESCONTAINSVARIOUSOTHER
important information items. The folder structure
LINKSTHEDATAASSHOWNONTHERIGHT
#HANGINGORDELETINGJUSTONEINFORMATION
component could make it impossible to
RECOGNIZETHEDATAAS0DATAORUSETHECARDIN
a P2 device.
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ICON
PROXY
VIDEO
VOICE
LASTCLIP.TXT*
!LLTHESEFOLDERSAREREQUIRED
4HISISTHEÚLEINWHICHTHEINFORMATIONONTHE
ÚNALCLIPTHATWASRECORDEDWITHTHE0DEVICE
ISWRITTEN
„ 7HENTRANSFERRINGDATAFROMA0CARDTOA0#ORWHENREWRITINGDATASAVEDONA0#TOA0CARDTO
PREVENTDATALOSSBESURETOUSETHESPECIAL06IEWERSOFTWARE$OWNLOADITFROMTHEFOLLOWINGWEBSITE
#OMPATIBLEWITHTHE7INDOWS807INDOWSAND7INDOWS6ISTAOPERATINGSYSTEMS
HTTPSEWWPAVCPANASONICCOJPPROAVSUPPORTDESKEINDEXHTM
„ 7HENUSINGREGULAR)4TOOLSSUCHAS-ICROSOFT7INDOWS%XPLOREROR!PPLE&INDERTOTRANSFERDATATOA
0#FOLLOWTHEINSTRUCTIONSBELOW(OWEVERBESURETOUSETHE06IEWERWHENRETURNINGDATATOA0
card.
•
•
•
•
4RANSFERTHECORRESPONDING#/.4%.43FOLDERAND,!34#,)0484ÚLETOGETHERASASET
$ONOTTRANSFERINDIVIDUALÚLESFROMTHE#/.4%.43FOLDER
7HENCOPYINGCOPYTHE,!34#,)0484ÚLEATTHESAMETIMEASTHE#/.4%.43FOLDER
7HENTRANSFERRINGMULTIPLE0CARDSTOA0#CREATEAFOLDERFOREACH0CARDTOPREVENTCLIPSWITHTHE
SAMENAMEFROMBEINGOVERWRITTEN
• Do not delete data from the P2 card.
• "EFOREUSINGA0CARDBESURETOFORMATITWITHA0DEVICE
Reference
• -ICROSOFTAND7INDOWSAREREGISTEREDTRADEMARKSOFTHE-ICROSOFT#ORPORATIONINTHE53!ANDOTHER
countries.
• Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc., in the USA and other countries.
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Checkpoints for using memory cards
)NTHISUNITUSE3$MEMORYCARDSTHATARECOMPATIBLEWITHTHE3$OR3$(#STANDARD
7HENUSINGMINI3$ORMINI3$(#CARDSINTHISUNITBESURETOUSETHESPECIALADAPTER4HEUNITWILLNOT
OPERATECORRECTLYIFONLYTHEADAPTERISINSERTED!LWAYSINSERTAMEMORYCARDINTOTHEADAPTER
Cards you can use
• SD memory cards (including miniSD cards)
• SDHC memory cards (including miniSDHC cards)
Cards you cannot use
All memory cards except the ones
pictured on the left
• MultiMediaCard
We recommend using SD/SDHC memory cards and miniSD/miniSDHC cards that are made by Panasonic.
&ORTHELATESTINFORMATIONONTHEUNITANDONTHEMEMORYCARDSWHICHCANBEUSEDBYTHISUNITGOTOTHE0
SUPPORTPAGEATTHEFOLLOWINGWEBSITE
HTTPSEWWPAVCPANASONICCOJPPROAV
• 4HE3$(#CARDCONFORMSTOANEWSTANDARDFORMEMORYCARDSWITHALARGECAPACITYOFMORETHAN'"
WHICHWASESTABLISHEDBYTHE3$!SSOCIATIONIN
• The SD card logo is a registered trademark.
• --#-ULTI-EDIA#ARDISAREGISTEREDTRADEMARKOF)NÚNEON4ECHNOLOGIES!'
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Recording format list
60
DVCPRO HD
Video format
1080i/60i
1080i/60i
720P/60P
720P/60P
00.
720P/24PN
DVCPRO50
DVCPRO
DV
480i/60i
720P/60P
Native
recording
720P/60P
Native
recording
480i/60i
Frame rate
0
24P
I0OVER 1080i/24P over
60i
60i
00OVER 720P/24P over
60P
60P
720P/24P
00.
Native
recording
00
Native
720P/24PN
recording
24PA
1080i/24PA
over 60i
—
—
—
I0OVER 480i/24P over 480i/24PA over
60i
60i
60i
Reference
Frame rate
12 15 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 40 44 48 54 60
1080i/60i
—
720P/60P
720P/12P-60P over 60P
DVCPRO HD
00.
720P/12P-60P Native recording
Video
720P/24PN
720P/12P-60P Native recording
format
DVCPRO50
DVCPRO
480i/60i
—
DV
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!PPENDIX
Selecting the USER CLIP NAME
recording method
Press the MENU button and select META DATA
PROPERTY USER CLIP NAMEto select
THERECORDINGMETHOD4WOOPTIONSAREAVAILABLE
TYPE1and TYPE2.
zTYPE1
USER CLIP NAME to
be recorded
If clip metadata has
been read in
Uploaded data
If no clip metadata
has been read in
or if the setting
for recording clip
metadata has been
turned off
Same as GLOBAL
CLIP ID (UMID data)
zTYPE2
USER CLIP NAME to
be recorded
If clip metadata has
been read in
If no clip metadata
has been read in
or if the setting
for recording clip
metadata has been
turned off
Uploaded data +
COUNT value*
7HENA0CARDWITHAMEMORYCAPACITYOF
GB or more is used in this unit and a one-time
continuous recording exceeds the prescribed
duration (approx. 5 minutes for DVCPRO HD,
approx. 10 minutes for DVCPRO50 or approx.
MINUTESFOR$6#02/OR$6ORWHENAONE
time recording extends over more than one P2
CARDTHERECORDINGCONCERNEDWILLAUTOMATICALLY
be undertaken as a separate clip.
!TTHISTIMEEACHCLIPWILLBEPROVIDEDWITHITS
OWN#/5.4VALUE
%XAMPLEOFRECORDING$6#02/ACLIPONONE0CARD
Same as CLIP NAME
* The COUNT value is indicated as a four-digit
number.
The COUNT value is incremented each time a
NEWCLIPISCAPTUREDIFCLIPMETADATAHASBEEN
read in and TYPE2 has been selected as the
recording method.
The COUNT value can be reset using the
FOLLOWINGPROCEDURE
Press the MENU button and select META DATA
PROPERTY USER CLIP NAME to display
THEMENUSHOWNBELOW3ELECTn#/5.42%3%4o
WITHTHECURSORANDPRESSTHE/PERATIONLEVERTO
reset the COUNT value to 1.
REC start
2%#0!53%
(recording start)
(recording pause)
Recording duration = Approx. 15 min.
Clip 2
Clip 1
COUNT value = 0001 COUNT value = 0002
10 min.
5 min.
%XAMPLEOFRECORDINGACLIPONTWO0CARDS
REC start
(recording start)
2%#0!53%
(recording pause)
Clip 2
Clip 1
#/5.4VALUE COUNT value = 0004
1st card
2nd card
)FTHECLIPTHUMBNAILSAREDISPLAYEDASSHOWNINTHE
example above or their properties are indicated
using a P2 device, the thumbnail and COUNT
VALUEOFCLIPWILLBEDISPLAYED
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3PECIÚCATIONS
Supply voltage: DC7.2 V/7.9 V
Power consumption
7WHENTHE,#$MONITORISNOTUSED
7WHENTHE,#$MONITORISUSED
7MAX
indicates safety information.
Ambient operating temperature
ˆ#TOˆ#ˆ&TOˆ&
Ambient operating humidity
10% to 85% (no condensation)
Weight
1.9 kg (4.2 lb) (excluding battery and
accessories)
$IMENSIONS7X(X$
MMXMMXMMINCHESX
INCHESXINCHES
[Camera]
Pickup devices
##$IMAGESENSORX
INCHINTERLINETRANSFERPROGRESSIVECAPABLE
Lens
,%)#!$)#/-!2/PTICALIMAGESTABILIZERLENS
-OTORIZED-ANUALSELECTABLEXZOOM&TO
FMMTOMM
MMEQUIVALENTMMTOMM
Color separation optical system
Prism system
.$ÚLTER
1/4, 1/16, 1/64
Gain settings
D"I0MODE
D"00.00!0.
mode)
Shutter speed settings
Preset
60i/60P mode
1/60 (OFF), 1/100, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500,
1/1000, 1/2000 sec.
00.MODE
/&&
1/1000 sec.
24P/24PA/24PN mode:
1/24, 1/50 (OFF), 1/60, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500,
1/1000 sec.
Synchro scan
60i/60P mode: 1/60.0 to 1/249.8 sec.
00.MODETOSEC
24P/24PA/24PN mode: 1/24.0 to 1/249.8 sec.
Shutter opening angle
/PENSINDEGREEINCREMENTSBETWEEN
ANDDEGREES
*1 When OPERATION TYPE in the SCENE
FILE screen is FILM CAM.
3LOWSHUTTERSPEED
I0MODESEC
00.MODESEC
24P/24PN mode: 1/12 sec.*1
*1 Only 720/24P, 720/24PN
-INIMUMSUBJECTLUMINANCE
LX&GAIND"WITHASHUTTERSPEEDOF
1/24)
Lens hood
,ARGESIZEDLENSHOODWITHWIDEANGLEOFVIEW
Filter diameter
72 mm
[VIDEO P2] (DVCPRO HD 1080i 720P)
Sampling frequency
9-(Z0B/PR-(Z
1UANTIZING
8 bit
Video compression system
DCT + variable-length code
Video compression rate
1/6.7
Video recording bit rate
100 Mbps
Reference
[GENERAL]
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3PECIÚCATIONSCONTINUED
[AUDIO P2] (DVCPRO HD 1080i 720P)
Sampling frequency
K(Z
1UANTIZING
16 bit/4 CH
Frequency response
(ZTOK(Z
[MEMORY CARD]
Video recording formats:
DVCPRO HD
II0OVERI0OVERI0!
over 60i)
000OVER00OVER0
00..ATIVERECORDING
720P/24PN (Native recording)
DVCPRO50/DVCPRO/DV
II0OVERI0OVERI0!
over 60i)
Audio recording formats:
PCM digital recording
K(ZBIT#($6#02/($$6#02/
K(ZBIT#(#(SELECTABLE$6#02/$6
2ECORDINGPLAYBACKTIME
Approx. 8 minutes:
When recorded in DVCPRO HD format using
ONE!*0#('CARDWITHAUDIOSIGNALS
recorded on 4 channels.
Approx. 16 minutes:
When recorded in DVCPRO HD format using
ONE!*0#2'CARDWITHAUDIOSIGNALS
recorded on 4 channels.
!PPROXMINUTES
When recorded in DVCPRO HD format using
ONE!*0#2'CARDWITHAUDIOSIGNALS
recorded on 4 channels.
<Note>
• This recording time represents one shot
continuously recorded on a P2 card. The
recording time may be shorter, depending on
the number of shots recorded.
• 4HE00.AND00.FORMATSARE
not included in the DVCPRO HD recording
format.
126
[VIDEO OUT]
SDI output
BNC x 1, 0.8 V [p-p], 75 Ÿ
($COMPLIESWITH3-04%--AND
299M
3$COMPLIESWITH3-04%-#-!AND
ITU-R BT.656-4
Analog component output
Y: 1.0 V [p-p], 75 Ÿ
PB/PR: 0.7 V [p-p], 75 Ÿ
Analog composite output
Pin jack x 1, 1.0 V [p-p], 75 Ÿ
;!5$)/)./54=
XLR input
8,2PINSX).054).054
LINE/MIC selectable, high impedance
LINE: 0 dBu
MIC: -50 dBu/-60 dBu (selectable in menu)
LINE OUT
Pin jack x 2 (CH1, CH2)
/UTPUTM6Ÿ
Internal microphone
Stereo microphone
(EADPHONEJACK
MMSTEREOMINIJACKX
Internal speaker
20 mm diameter x 1
;/4(%2).0543/540543=
Digital interface
PINSDIGITALINPUTOUTPUTCOMPLIANTWITH)%%%
STANDARD
USB
4YPEMINI"CONNECTORCOMPLIANTWITH53"VER
2.0)
CAM REMOTE
-INIJACKMMDIAMETER&/#53)2)3
Super mini jack (2.5 mm diameter) (ZOOM S/S)
[Monitor]
LCD monitor
INCH,#$COLORMONITORPIXELS
6IEWÚNDER
INCH,#$COLORVIEWÚNDERPIXELS
[AC ADAPTER]
Power Source:
6!#(Z7
Power Output:
7.9 V DC, 1.9 A (Video Camera)
8.4 V DC, 1.2 A (Charge)
indicates safety information.
Reference
Weight
GLB
$IMENSIONS7X(X$
70.0 mm x 44.5 mm x 116.0 mm
INCHESXINCHESXINCHES
Weight and dimensions are approximate.
3PECIÚCATIONSARESUBJECTTOCHANGEWITHOUTNOTICE
127
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
4HISSYMBOLISONLYVALIDINTHE%UROPEAN5NION)FYOUWISHTODISCARDTHISPRODUCT
please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of
disposal.
Panasonic Broadcast & Television Systems Company
Unit Company of Panasonic Corporation of North America
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