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Operating Instructions
Vol.1
Memory Card Portable Recorder
Model No.
Model No.
Volume
AG-HPD24P
AG-HPD24E
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Note that Operation Instructions Vol.1 describes basic operations
of the Memory Card Portable Recorder.
For instructions on advanced operations of the Memory Card
Portable Recorder, refer to Operating Instructions Vol. 2 (pdf file)
contained in the supplied CD-ROM.
Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual
for future use.
SS0711TO1043 -PS
Printed in japan
ENGLISH
VQT3S21-1
Read this first! (For AG-HPD24P)
indicates safety information.
CAUTION:
The mains plug of the power supply cord
shall remain readily operable.
The AC receptacle (mains socket outlet)
shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
To completely disconnect this equipment
from the AC mains, disconnect the mains
plug from the AC receptacle.
CAUTION:
WARNING:
This equipment must be grounded.
To ensure safe operation, the three-pin plug
must be inserted only into a standard threepin power outlet which is effectively
grounded through normal household wiring.
Extension cords used with the equipment must
have three cores and be correctly wired to
provide connection to the ground. Wrongly wired
extension cords are a major cause of fatalities.
The fact that the equipment operates
satisfactorily does not imply that the power outlet
is grounded or that the installation is completely
safe. For your safety, if you are in any doubt
about the effective grounding of the power
outlet, please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING:
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock,
do not expose this equipment to rain or
moisture.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock
hazard, keep this equipment away from all
liquids. Use and store only in locations
which are not exposed to the risk of dripping
or splashing liquids, and do not place any
liquid containers on top of the equipment.
WARNING:
Always keep memory cards (optional accessory)
out of the reach of babies and small children.
Danger of explosion or fire if battery is
incorrectly replaced or mistreated.
• Do not disassemble the battery or dispose
of it in fire.
• Do not store in temperatures over 60 °C
(140 °F).
• Do not expose the battery to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
For Battery Pack
• Use specified charger.
• Replace only with same or specified type.
CAUTION:
In order to maintain adequate ventilation, do
not install or place this unit in a bookcase, builtin cabinet or any other confined space. To
prevent risk of electric shock or fire hazard due
to overheating, ensure that curtains and any
other materials do not obstruct the ventilation.
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock
and annoying interference, use the
recommended accessories only.
CAUTION:
This apparatus can be operated at a voltage
in the range of 100 – 240 V AC.
Voltages other than 120 V are not intended
for U.S.A. and Canada.
Operation at a voltage other than 120 V AC
may require the use of a different AC plug.
Please contact either a local or foreign
Panasonic authorized service center for
assistance in selecting an alternate AC plug.
CAUTION:
Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
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indicates safety information.
FCC NOTICE (USA)
Declaration of Conformity
Model Number:
Trade Name:
Responsible Party:
AG-HPD24P
Panasonic
Panasonic Corporation of North America One Panasonic Way,
Secaucus, NJ 07094
Support contact:
1-800-524-1448
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
To assure continued compliance, follow the attached installation instructions and do not make
any unauthorized modifications.
CAUTION:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions,
may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The user may find the booklet “Something About Interference” available from FCC local regional
offices helpful.
FCC Warning:
To assure continued FCC emission limit compliance, follow the attached installation instructions
and the user must use only shielded interface cables when connecting to host computer or
peripheral devices. Also any unauthorized changes or modifications to this equipment could
void the user’s authority to operate this device.
NOTIFICATION (Canada)
This class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
A lithium ion/polymer battery that is recyclable powers the product you have purchased.
Please call 1-800-8-BATTERY for information on how to recycle this battery.
Notice (U.S.A. only):
Disposal may be regulated in your community due to Environmental considerations. For disposal or recycling
information, please visit Panasonic website: http://www.panasonic.com/environmental or call 1-888-769-0149.
Note:
Recorder
The rating plate is on the underside of the recorder.
AC Adaptor
The rating plate is on the underside of the AC Adaptor. Disconnect the AC mains plug from the AC
mains socket when not in use.
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Brazil Only
Brasil Apenas
■ Manuseio de baterias usadas
Cobrir os terminais positivo (+) e negativo (-) com uma fita isolante adesiva, antes de depositar
numa caixa destinada para o recolhimento. O contato entre partes metálicas pode causar
vazamentos, gerar calor, romper a blindagem e produzir fogo.
Não desmonte, não remova o invólucro, nem amasse a bateria. O gás liberado pela bateria pode
irritar a garganta, danificar o lacre do invólucro ou o vazamento provocar calor, ruptura da
blindagem e produzir fogo devido ao curto circuito dos terminais.
Não incinere nem aqueça as baterias, elas não podem ficar expostas a temperaturas superiores
a 100 °C (212 °F). O gás liberado pela bateria pode irritar a garganta,danificar o lacre do invólucro
ou o vazamento provocar calor, ruptura da blindagem e produzir fogo devido ao curto circuito dos
terminais provocado internamente.
Evite o contato com o liquido que vazar das baterias. Caso isto ocorra, lave bem a parte afetada
com bastante água. Caso haja irritação, consulte um médico.
■ Para remover a bateria
Bateria Principal de Energia
Pressione o botão para liberar a bateria.
Botão de liberação da bateria
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Read these instructions.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not use this apparatus near water.
Clean only with dry cloth.
Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding-type plug. A polarized plug has two
blades with one wider than the other. A grounding-type plug has two blades and a third grounding
prong. The wide blade or the third prong are provided for your safety. If the provided plug does not
fit into your outlet, consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet.
Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience
receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus.
Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer.
Use only with the cart, stand, tripod, bracket, or table specified by the manufacturer, or
sold with the apparatus. When a cart is used, use caution when moving the cart/apparatus
combination to avoid injury from tip-over.
Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time.
Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been
damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or
objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not
operate normally, or has been dropped.
S3125A
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Read this first! (For AG-HPD24E)
indicates safety information.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
This equipment must be earthed.
To ensure safe operation, the three-pin plug
must be inserted only into a standard threepin power point which is effectively earthed
through normal household wiring.
Extension cords used with the equipment
must have three cores and be correctly
wired to provide connection to the earth.
Wrongly wired extension cords are a major
cause of fatalities.
The fact that the equipment operates
satisfactorily does not imply that the power
point is earthed or that the installation is
completely safe. For your safety, if you are
in any doubt about the effective earthing of
the power point, please consult a qualified
electrician.
Do not remove panel covers by unscrewing
them.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not
remove the covers. No user serviceable
parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
CAUTION:
In order to maintain adequate ventilation, do
not install or place this unit in a bookcase, builtin cabinet or any other confined space. To
prevent risk of electric shock or fire hazard due
to overheating, ensure that curtains and any
other materials do not obstruct the ventilation.
CAUTION:
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do
not expose this equipment to rain or moisture.
• To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock
hazard, keep this equipment away from all
liquids. Use and store only in locations
which are not exposed to the risk of dripping
or splashing liquids, and do not place any
liquid containers on top of the equipment.
Danger of explosion or fire if battery is
incorrectly replaced or mistreated.
• Do not disassemble the battery or dispose
of it in fire.
• Do not store in temperatures over 60 °C.
• Do not expose the battery to excessive
heat such as sunshine, fire or the like.
For Battery Pack
• Use specified charger.
• Replace only with same or specified type.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
Always keep memory cards (optional
accessory) out of the reach of babies and
small children.
The mains plug of the power supply cord
shall remain readily operable.
The AC receptacle (mains socket outlet)
shall be installed near the equipment and
shall be easily accessible.
To completely disconnect this equipment
from the AC mains, disconnect the mains
plug from the AC receptacle.
WARNING:
CAUTION:
To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock
and annoying interference, use the
recommended accessories only.
CAUTION:
Excessive sound pressure from earphones
and headphones can cause hearing loss.
The rating plate is on the underside of the Recorder.
EEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur.
EEE Complies with Directive of Turkey.
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Read this first! (For AG-HPD24E) (continued)
indicates safety information.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
For battery charger
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This product is equipped with 2 types of AC mains cable. One is for continental Europe, etc. and the
other one is only for U.K.
Appropriate mains cable must be used in each local area, since the other type of mains cable isnot
suitable.
FOR CONTINENTAL EUROPE, ETC.
Not to be used in the U.K.
FOR U.K. ONLY
FOR U.K. ONLY
This appliance is supplied with a
moulded three pin mains plug for
your safety and convenience.
A 5 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be
replaced please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of 5
amps and that it is approved by
ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
the BSI mark
fuse.
How to replace the fuse
1. Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver.
or
or
on the body of the
If the plug contains a removable
fuse cover you must ensure that it
is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug
must not be used until a
replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be
purchased from your local
Panasonic Dealer.
2. Replace the fuse
Fuse
or
Fuse
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Read this first! (For AG-HPD24E) (continued)
indicates safety information.
Caution for AC Mains Lead
For AC adaptor
FOR YOUR SAFETY PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING TEXT CAREFULLY.
This product is equipped with 2 types of AC mains cable. One is for continental Europe, etc. and the
other one is only for U.K.
Appropriate mains cable must be used in each local area, since the other type of mains cable isnot
suitable.
FOR CONTINENTAL EUROPE, ETC.
Not to be used in the U.K.
FOR U.K. ONLY
FOR U.K. ONLY
This appliance is supplied with a
moulded three pin mains plug for
your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be
replaced please ensure that the
replacement fuse has a rating of
13 amps and that it is approved by
ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
the BSI mark
fuse.
1. Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver.
or
or
on the body of the
If the plug contains a removable
fuse cover you must ensure that it
is refitted when the fuse is
replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug
must not be used until a
replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be
purchased from your local
Panasonic Dealer.
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How to replace the fuse
2. Replace the fuse
Fuse
or
Fuse
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EMC NOTICE FOR THE PURCHASER/USER OF THE APPARATUS
1. Applicable standards and operating environment (AJ-HPD24E)
The apparatus is compliant with:
• standards EN55103-1 and EN55103-2, and
• electromagnetic environments E1, E2, E3 and E4
2. Pre-requisite conditions to achieving compliance with the above standards
<1> Peripheral equipment to be connected to the apparatus and special connecting
cables
• The purchaser/user is urged to use only equipment which has been recommended by
us as peripheral equipment to be connected to the apparatus.
• The purchaser/user is urged to use only the connecting cables described below.
<2> For the connecting cables, use shielded cables which suit the intended purpose of
the apparatus.
• Video signal connecting cables
Use double shielded coaxial cables, which are designed for 75-ohm type high-frequency
applications, for SDI (Serial Digital Interface).
Coaxial cables, which are designed for 75-ohm type high-frequency applications, are
recommended for analog video signals.
• Audio signal connecting cables
If your apparatus supports AES/EBU serial digital audio signals, use cables designed
for AES/EBU.
Use shielded cables, which provide quality performance for high-frequency
transmission applications, for analog audio signals.
• Other connecting cables (IEEE1394, USB)
Use shielded cables, which provide quality performance for high-frequency
applications, as connecting cables.
• When connecting to the DVI signal terminal, use a cable with a ferrite core.
• If your apparatus is supplied with ferrite core(s), they must be attached on cable(s)
following instructions in this manual.
3. Performance level
The performance level of the apparatus is equivalent to or better than the performance level
required by these standards.
However, the apparatus may be adversely affected by interference if it is being used in an EMC
environment, such as an area where strong electromagnetic fields are generated (by the
presence of signal transmission towers, cellular phones, etc.). In order to minimize the adverse
effects of the interference on the apparatus in cases like this, it is recommended that the
following steps be taken with the apparatus being affected and with its operating environment:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Place the apparatus at a distance from the source of the interference.
Change the direction of the apparatus.
Change the connection method used for the apparatus.
Connect the apparatus to another power outlet where the power is not shared by any
other appliances.
Manufactured by: Panasonic Corporation, Osaka, Japan
Importer’s name and address of pursuant to EU rules:
Panasonic Testing Centre
Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Winsbergring 15, 22525 Hamburg, Germany
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Read this first! (For AG-HPD24P/AG-HPD24E)
Note regarding the Power Management function specified under COMMISSION
REGULATION (EC)
No 1275/2008 implementing Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament
and of the Council.
This device is designed and manufactured for use at a broadcasting station and/or in a similar environment.
This device is not equipped with a Power Management function or the Power Management function
is set to OFF as it will prevent the device from fulfilling its intended purpose for the reasons below.
1. If the device is a Studio Camera, a Weather Camera, a Mixer or other processor:
A Power Management function may cause the device to suddenly stop during recording or while On Air.
2. If the device is a Studio Monitor:
A Power Management function may cause video for the confirmation of whether a signal is
normal, or whether the signal has been lost, to be un-viewable.
3. If the device is a Camera Recorder:
A professional camera recorder must be able to start quickly at any time, but a Power
Management function will cause an increase in the time taken to resume from Stand-by mode.
■ About batteries that you can use with this unit
(Correct as of August 2011)
The battery that can be used with this unit is CGA-D54.
• The unit has a function for distinguishing batteries which can be used safety. The dedicated battery
(CGA-D54) supports this function. The only batteries suitable for use with this unit are genuine
Panasonic products and batteries manufactured by other companies and certified by Panasonic.
(Batteries which do not support this function cannot be used). Panasonic cannot in any way
guarantee the quality, performance or safety of batteries which have been manufactured by other
companies and are not genuine Panasonic products.
It has been found that counterfeit battery packs which look very similar to the genuine product are
made available to purchase in some markets. Some of these battery packs are not adequately
protected with internal protection to meet the requirements of appropriate safety standards. There is
a possibility that these battery packs may lead to fire or explosion. Please be advised that we are not
liable for any accident or failure occurring as a result of use of a counterfeit battery pack. To ensure
that safe products are used we would recommend that a genuine Panasonic battery pack is used.
EU
To remove the battery
Main Power Battery
Press the battery release button.
Back-up Battery
• For the removal of the battery for disposal at the
end of its service life, please consult your dealer.
Battery release button
3D image viewing
• When viewing 3D images, observe the viewing precautions indicated in the operating
instructions of the monitor. If you continue viewing 3D images in incorrect conditions, it may
cause eyestrain or other adverse effects.
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• The SDHC logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
• HDMI, the HDMI logo and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered
trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC of the United States and/or other countries.
• Microsoft® and Windows® are registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation® of the
United States and/or other countries.
• Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. of the United States and other
countries.
• Microsoft product screen shots reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
• Names of products, brands, etc., appearing in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks
of their respective owners.
Illustrations in this manual
• Note that illustrations of the unit and menu screens may differ from those you actually see.
Note concerning screenshots in these instructions
• Screenshots from the AG-HPD24P are used in these operating instructions.
Page references
• In this manual, references to pages are indicated as: (➝ page 00).
Terminology
• The term “SD memory card” is used below as a generic term for both SD and SDHC memory cards.
• A memory card with the “P2” logo (for example the separately sold AJ-P2E064XG) is referred to as a
“P2 card.”
• A recordable media device such as an external hard disk drive connected to a USB port is referred
to as a “storage device.”
• A single continuous video recording is referred to as a “clip.”
• Orange button labels indicate alternate functions enabled by holding the SHIFT button. The operating
instructions refer to the buttons only by label, without mentioning the SHIFT button.
Website URL
• URL:http://pro-av.panasonic.net/
About copyrights
• Copyright laws may prohibit use, except for personal pleasure, of your recorded video and audio
content without permission of the rights holder.
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Contents
Volume 1
Turning Power On and Off .................. 27
Read this first! (For AG-HPD24P) ........ 2
Turning On ............................................ 27
Read this first! (For AG-HPD24E) ........ 6
Read this first! (For AG-HPD24P/
AG-HPD24E) ...................................... 10
Turning Off ............................................ 27
Usage Precautions............................... 14
Regarding this unit .......................... 14
AC adaptor ........................................... 15
Battery .................................................. 15
Battery characteristics .......................... 15
Remove the battery after use. ............... 16
Before Use ........................................... 16
Always confirm the year, month, day, time and
time zone, and set as necessary .......... 16
Compatible storage media .................... 16
About Auto Power Off during operation ... 28
Setting the Year, Month, Day and
Time ................................................... 28
Basic Operation.................................... 29
About P2 Cards ................................ 29
Inserting a P2 Card ............................... 29
P2 Card Access Lamp and P2 Card
Status .................................................. 29
About P2 Card Recording Times .......... 30
Removing P2 Cards .............................. 31
Preventing Accidental Deletion ............. 31
Menu Operations .................................. 32
LCD Monitor Settings .......................... 33
Supplied Accessories, Optional
Accessories........................................ 17
Supplied Accessories ..................... 17
Optional Accessories .......................... 17
Thumbnail Screen Display .................. 34
Displaying the Thumbnail Screen ......... 34
Recording ............................................. 35
Playback ............................................... 35
Playback from the Record/Playback
Screen (Thumbnail Screen Off) .......... 35
Control Reference Guide..................... 18
Controls ............................................ 18
Time Code, User Bits and CTL ........... 36
Slots, etc. ............................................. 21
Time Code ............................................. 36
I/O Connectors ..................................... 22
User Bits ................................................ 36
Playback from the Thumbnail Screen ... 35
CTL ........................................................ 36
Preparation ........................................... 24
Charging the battery ....................... 24
Power Preparations ............................. 25
Using a battery ................................. 25
USB HOST ............................................ 37
Installation ............................................. 25
3D Signal Recording and Playback .... 38
Removal ................................................ 25
Connections ......................................... 39
Using the AC adaptor .......................... 26
Recording Connection Example ........... 39
Installation ............................................. 26
Playback Connection Example ............. 40
Removal ................................................ 26
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External Connections .......................... 37
USB Device ....................................... 37
Contents
Selecting the 3D REC/PB Mode .......... 42
Turning Power On and Off .................. 43
Setup Menu ...........................................52
Turning On ............................................ 43
Turning Off ............................................ 43
Specifications .......................................53
Recording and Playback ..................... 44
Recording ............................................. 44
Playback ............................................... 45
Index ......................................................58
Displaying 3D Thumbnails .................. 46
Displaying the Thumbnail Screen ......... 46
Thumbnail Screen Names and
Functions ............................................ 46
Synchronous Playback ........................ 48
Connections ......................................... 48
Selecting SYNC PB Mode ................... 48
Playback ............................................... 49
Correctly Synchronizing Playback ........ 49
Playback from the Playback Screen
(Thumbnail Screen Off) ...................... 50
Playback from the Thumbnail Screen ... 51
Volume 2
Available Modes
Using a Keyboard
Main Mode
For Long and Trouble-Free Operation
USB Device Mode
Index
3D Recording/Playback Mode (3D REC/
PB)
Synchronous Playback Mode (SYNC PB)
Screen Display
Time Code, User Bits, CTL
Setup Menu
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Usage Precautions
Regarding this unit
■ Panasonic makes no guarantees for
your recordings
• Please understand that Panasonic makes no
guarantees for your recordings in cases where
video and/or audio were not recorded as you
intended due to problems with this unit, P2
cards, or SD memory cards.
■ Be careful to avoid getting water
inside the unit when using it in rainy
or snowy weather, or near the sea
shore.
• The unit or card may be damaged. (In some
cases, it may become unrepairable.)
■ Do not install this unit in a location
exposed to direct sunlight
• Sand and dust can damage the unit or card.
(Be especially careful when inserting and
removing cards.)
■ When carrying the unit, be careful not
to drop it.
• The unit can be damaged by strong shocks,
and may malfunction.
■ Keep the unit away from contact with
insecticides or other volatile
materials.
• This may deform the cabinet or damage the
LCD screen.
• Insecticides and other volatile materials can
deform the unit and dissolve the finish.
• Do not leave the unit in contact with rubber or
vinyl products for long periods.
■ Keep the unit away from
elecromagnetic devices (such as TVs
and video game machines).
■ Secure deletion of data from memory
cards and storage devices prior to
disposal or transfer of the unit.
• Using the unit on or near a TV may result in
distorted video or audio due to
electromagnetic radiation.
• The strong magnetic field produced by
loudspeakers and large monitors can damage
recordings or distort video images.
• Electromagnetic radiation from computers can
distort video and audio.
• If a malfunction is suspected to have occurred
due to the influence of a magnetic device, turn
the unit off and remove the battery or unplug
the AC adaptor. Then re-install the battery or
reconnect the AC adaptor. Finally, turn the unit
back on.
• The format and delete functions on this unit or
a PC will only change the file management data
and leave data on the memory card or storage
device intact. It is recommended that cards or
storage devices either be physically destroyed
or that commercially sold software be used to
completely delete any data they contain.
Management of data on memory cards and
storage devices is the sole responsibility of the
user.
■ Do not use the unit near a radio
transmitter or high-voltage
equipment.
• Recorded video and audio may be disrupted if
used near a radio transmitter or high-voltage
equipment.
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■ When using the unit at the sea shore,
be careful to avoid allowing sand or
dust to get inside.
Usage Precautions: Regarding this unit
■ Liquid crystal displays
• The pixels of the LCD monitor are controlled to
obtain high precision with 99.99 % of the
effective pixels. This leaves less than 0.01 % of
pixels that may not light or may remain on all
the time. These phenomena are normal and will
have no effect on the images you shoot.
• There may be some unevenness on the screen
depending on the image displayed.
• Wiping or rubbing the LCD screen with a rough
cloth may damage it.
• In a high-temperature and high-humidity
location, the LCD panel characteristics may
change and result in uneven image quality.
■ Information on software for this product
1. Included with this product is software licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) and
GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL), and users are hereby informed that they have the right
Usage Precautions
• A temporary afterimage (burn-in) may occur
when the same image or text is displayed for a
long time, although it can be recovered by
turning power off for several hours.
• LCD response and brightness vary with
operating temperature.
to obtain, change and redistribute the source codes of this software.
Details on GPL and LGPL can be found on the installation CD provided with the unit. Refer to the
folder called “LDOC”.
(Details are given in the original (English-language) text.)
See our website (➝ “Website URL” page 11) to obtain the source code.
The manufacturer asks users to refrain from directing inquiries concerning the source codes they
have obtained and other details to its representatives.
2. Included with this product is software which is licensed under MIT-License.
This information is provided in the LDOC folder (in the original English language text) on the install CDROM supplied with the unit.
AC adaptor
Use the supplied AC adaptor. Read the Operating Instructions (➝ “Using the AC adaptor” page 26)
before use.
Battery
Use the supplied battery. (CGA-D54 for the AG-HPD24P / CGA-D54s for the AG-HPD24E)
Battery characteristics
This unit uses a rechargeable lithiumion battery that uses its internal chemical reaction to generate
electrical energy. This reaction is easily influenced by the ambient temperature and humidity, and the
battery’s effective operating time is reduced as the temperature rises or falls. In very low temperatures,
the battery may last only 5 minutes.
Protective circuitry functions if you use the battery where it is very hot and you will have to wait before
you can use it again.
Usage Precautions: AC adaptor
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Remove the battery after use.
Completely remove the battery. (The battery continues to be used even if you have turned the unit off.)
The battery can over discharge if you leave it in the unit and it may become impossible to recharge it.
Before Use
Always confirm the year, month, day, time and time zone, and set as
necessary
The clock setting affects management of recorded content and playback control. Before recording,
confirm the correct year, month, day, time and time zone settings. (➝ “Setting the Year, Month, Day and
Time” page 28)
Compatible storage media
The following types of storage media can be used. See the specified pages for details.
• P2 Card (➝ “Handling P2 Card Recording” Vol. 2, page 91)
• SD/SDHC Memory Cards* (➝ “Use of SD/SDHC Memory Cards” Vol. 2, page 92)
* SD/SDHC memory cards cannot be used with this unit for video/audio recording and playback.
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Usage Precautions: Before Use
Supplied Accessories, Optional Accessories
Supplied Accessories
Battery charger / AC power supply cables
AG-HPD24P
AG-HPD24E
(For the U.K.)
For part numbers for
the battery, see
“Optional Accessories”
below.
3D connection label
(For areas other
than the U.K.)
AC adaptor / AC power supply cables
AG-HPD24P
AG-HPD24E
Supplied Accessories, Optional Accessories
Battery
(For the U.K.)
(For areas other
than the U.K.)
CD-ROM
• After unpacking, dispose of the AC power supply cable caps and packing materials properly.
Optional Accessories
• Battery
CGA-D54 (7.2 V, 5400 mAh: equivalent to accessory battery for the AG-HPD24P)
CGA-D54s (7.2 V, 5400 mAh: equivalent to accessory battery for the AG-HPD24E)
Supplied Accessories, Optional Accessories: Supplied Accessories
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Control Reference Guide
Controls
5
4
1
6
2
7
8
3
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
About button labels:Orange labels indicate alternate functions enabled by simultaneously pressing
SHIFT.
<Example> Press the SHIFT and REMOTE/MODE buttons at the same time to execute the MODE
button function.
1.
3D REC/PB
REMOTE/MODE button
Synchronizes the operation of two units to
REMOTE button:
record and playback Dual P2 3D clips
Enables remote control of the unit via the
(page 38).
REMOTE connector.
SYNC PB
MODE button:
Selects the USB device mode (USB DEVICE),
Synchronizes the operation of two units to
3D recording/playback mode (3D REC/PB),
play back 3D clips (page 48) on P2 cards
or synchronous playback mode (SYNC PB).
that were recorded using machines that
do not have native support for Dual P2 3D.
USB DEVICE
Enables access to the P2 card in the P2
card slot of this unit as a mass storage
device on a personal computer
connected via USB 2.0.
2.
COUNTER, RESET/TC PRESET button
COUNTER button:
Selects the type of data for the counter
display, in the following sequence.
(➝ “Time Code, User Bits, CTL” Vol. 2, page 47)
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Control Reference Guide: Controls
SHIFT + +/– buttons
(➝ “Displaying thumbnails of clips on storage
devices and viewing video on the monitor”
RESET/TC PRESET button:
Resets the CTL counter when displayed.
When the counter displays TC or UB, presets
Vol. 2, page 33)
7.
• Controls cursor movement for thumbnails
AUDIO MON button
and menus.
Monitor audio volume adjustment:
• During playback, press the Left/Right
Press either the + or –, AUDIO MON button to
cursor buttons to activate SHTL mode to
display the loudspeaker/headphone audio
change playback speed.
volume level, and hold the button to adjust.
(➝ “Playing Back at Variable Speed” Vol. 2,
Wait a short time or press SET or EXIT to
page 43)
return the display to normal.
• Press the SET button to pause variable
Recording audio volume adjustment:
speed playback.
(➝ “Recording Clips” Vol. 2, page 6)
4.
• While paused, press the Up/Down cursor
buttons to step one frame forward or back.
USER1-3, 4-6buttons
(➝ “Frame-by-frame playback” Vol. 2, page 8)
Users can assign any functions to these
• These buttons also adjust recording audio
buttons.
volume.
(➝ “Setup Menu” Vol. 2, page 50)
5.
6.
Control Reference Guide
Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons:
the time code/user bits.
3.
Cursor control buttons
(➝ “Recording Clips” Vol. 2, page 6)
THUMBNAIL button
TOP/BOTTOM buttons:
Selects whether to show or hide the
Move the cursor to the first (TOP) or last
thumbnail screen.
(BOTTOM) thumbnail.
(➝ “Thumbnail Screen Display” page 34)
SET button:
Selects thumbnails or menu items.
SHIFT button
Hold this button while pressing another
◆ NOTE:
button to perform the alternate function of that
• No selection occurs if SET is held too long.
button.
Functions of the SHIFT button that are not
8.
MENU, DIAG button
indicated by orange button labels:
MENU button:
To select the group of clips from immediately
This button displays the menu.
before the select clip to the clip at the current
DIAG button:
cursor position
When the menu is not displayed, pressing
this button displays a diagnostics screen
SHIFT + SET buttons
showing various conditions.
(➝ “Selecting and Deselecting Clips” Vol. 2,
(➝ “Deck Information (DIAG) Icons” Vol. 2, page
page 16)
45)
Combine display of selected storage device
partition/folder thumbnails
9.
EXIT, CANCEL button
SHIFT + SET buttons
EXIT button:
(➝ “Operations in the EXPLORE screen”
Closes the menu, or returns from the storage
Vol. 2, page 32)
explorer to normal display.
Moving storage device partitions/folders
Control Reference Guide: Controls
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CANCEL button:
This button cancels a selection or interrupts
14.STILL/PAUSE
button
Press during playback to pause (STILL) and
copying.
display a still image.
10.REW, PREV
button
Press during recording to toggle recording
REW button:
standby (PAUSE).
Fast rewind during playback. Speed is
Press to resume recording from standby.
selectable from the menu setting SETUP BASIC - FF.REW MAX.
15.REC
button
During playback, press this button to check
PREV button:
During playback, cues the previous clip or
clip and text note location.
In 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes, cues a
clip when paused.
video and audio in EE mode on the recording/
playback screen (with the thumbnail screen
disabled). Except when stopped, pressing
this button activates EE mode, which remains
active until you press another button. EE
◆ NOTE:
mode monitoring is only available when the
• Cueing during playback is not available in
playback video format matches the SETUP -
3D REC/PB mode.
• Cueing is only available when paused in
SYNC PB mode.
SYSTEM - FORMAT menu setting.
Press this button and the PLAY button
simultaneously to start recording.
Press this button and the STILL/PAUSE
11.STOP
button
button simultaneously to activate recording
Stops playback or recording.
standby. Remote camera recording can be
enabled from the menu. The SETUP - BASIC
12.FF, NEXT
button
recording.
Executes fast forward during playback.
(➝ “Setup Menu” Vol. 2, page 50)
Speed is selectable by the menu setting
SETUP - BASIC - FF.REW MAX.
NEXT button:
During playback, cues the next clip or clip
and text note location.
In 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes, cues a
clip when paused.
◆ NOTE:
• Cueing during playback is not available in
3D REC/PB mode.
• Cueing is only available when paused in
SYNC PB mode.
13.PLAY
button
Activates playback.
(➝ “Playback” page 45, ➝ “Playing Back Clips”
Vol. 2, page 43)
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- AUTO REC menu setting enables remote
FF button:
Control Reference Guide: Controls
Slots, etc.
6
7
8
9
Control Reference Guide
1
2
3
4
5
1.
POWER lamp
7.
(➝ “Turning Power On and Off” page 27)
2.
POWER button
(➝ “Inserting a P2 Card” page 29)
8.
3.
4.
9.
SD/SDHC memory card slot and access lamp
Speaker
Insert an SD/SDHC memory card.
Outputs monitored audio. Speaker output is
Insert the card cut-corner-edge first and
disabled when headphones are connected.
label-side up, until it latches into place.
Headphone jack
Headphones can be plugged in here.
Outputs monitored audio when headphones
are connected.
5.
EJECT buttons
(➝ “Inserting a P2 Card” page 29)
Press and hold to turn power on and off.
(➝ “Turning Power On and Off” page 27)
P2 card slots
USB HOST port (USB 3.0 Type A)
To remove it, ensure that the green lamp is
off, then release the latch by gently pushing
the card in again.
See the following for details.
(➝ “Use of SD/SDHC Memory Cards” Vol. 2,
page 92)
(➝ “USB HOST” page 37)
◆ NOTE:
• Use double-shielded cable to connect to
this port.
• Use a USB 3.0 compliant cable to connect
USB 3.0 compatible storage devices.
6.
P2 card access lamps
(➝ “P2 Card Access Lamp and P2 Card Status”
page 29)
Control Reference Guide: Slots, etc.
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I/O Connectors
1
2
3
14
13
4
5
6
12
7
1.
8
TIME CODE IN/OUT Jacks
9
10 11
page 38, ➝ “Synchronous Playback” page
48)
TIME
Accepts an external time code
CODE IN: for recording onto P2 cards.
◆ NOTE:
TIME
Outputs the playback time
• The HD reference video signals must be
CODE
code during playback.
OUT:
Outputs the time code from the
internal time code generator
during recording.
2.
ANALOG AUDIO IN jacks
These accept analog audio input.
3.
ANALOG AUDIO MON output jacks
the SETUP - AUDIO - MONITOR CH menu
format of the input signal and SYSTEM
data format.
• The HD reference is only usable with menu
settings SETUP - SYSTEM - FREQUENCY
23.98 Hz, 24 Hz, 59-23, or 60-24.
burst signal that complies with SMPTE
170M and ITU 624-4.
• In both 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes,
setting (➝ “Setup Menu” Vol. 2, page 50) is
when the menu setting SETUP - SYSTEM -
output here.
FREQUENCY is 59.94 or 50 Hz, only a
REF IN jack
Input connectors for HD and SD reference
video signals.
Connect to the VIDEO OUT jack of the slave
device when using 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB
modes.
(➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback”
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signals. These signals must match the
• SD reference video must include a black
The audio signal (CH1 to CH8) selected from
4.
positive and negative polarity tri-level sync
Control Reference Guide: I/O Connectors
black burst reference signal can be used.
When the setting is 23.98 or 24 Hz, only the
HD reference can be used.
• Video and audio output signals may be
degraded when no reference video signal
is provided. We recommend using this unit
in systems that provide a reference video
signal for input.
• When recording 720p with an HD
control the unit.
reference or no reference input, the
recorded phase may be shifted from the
◆ NOTE:
input signal.
• Use double-shielded cable for
connections.
• When the SETUP - SYSTEM - FREQUENCY
menu setting is 59-23 or 60-24, the HD
playback.
5.
VIDEO OUT jack
Use this connector to link two units for 3D
REC/PB and SYNC PB modes.
(➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback”
page 38, ➝ “Synchronous Playback” page
output.
48)
SYSTEM - FREQUENCY menu setting is
24 Hz or 60-24.
In both 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes, the
sync signal output here is exclusively for use
by another AG-HPD24.
◆ NOTE:
• Use a double-shielded RS-422A cable not
longer than 1 m long for connection.
10.KEYBOARD port (USB 2.0 Type A)
Connect an external USB keyboard to enter
(➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback”
meta data.
page 38, ➝ “Synchronous Playback” page
(➝ “Using a Keyboard” Vol. 2, page 80)
48)
HD/SD-SDI IN/OUT jacks
11.LINK(M) port (USB 2.0 Type A)
(➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback”
These provide input and output of serial
page 38, ➝ “Synchronous Playback” page
digital component audio/video signals.
48)
◆ NOTE:
◆ NOTE:
• Use 5C-FB or equivalent double-shielded
• Use double-shielded cable for
cable for connections.
7.
LINK(D) connector
Provides analog composite video signal
No signal is output when the SETUP -
6.
9.
HDMI OUT port
Control Reference Guide
reference signal can only synchronize
connections.
12.USB2.0 device/LINK(S) port (Type B)
Connects to a monitor or TV using an HDMI
(➝ “USB Device” page 37, ➝ “3D Signal
cable. In 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes,
Recording and Playback” page 38, ➝
3D video can be displayed by connecting a
“Synchronous Playback” page 48)
3D monitor.
(➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback”
◆ NOTE:
page 38, ➝ “Synchronous Playback” page
• Use double-shielded cable for
48)
◆ NOTE:
• This machine does not support VIERA link.
Connecting it to a VIERA link compatible
device with an HDMI cable may cause
VIERA link to malfunction on that device.
8.
connections.
13.Battery latch release button
(➝ “Using a battery” page 25)
14.Power supply/battery mounting location
(➝ “Power Preparations” page 25)
REMOTE connector
Connect to an external controller to remotely
Control Reference Guide: I/O Connectors
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Preparation
Charging the battery
The battery is not charged when the product is
purchased. Use the steps below to fully charge
• The CHARGE lamp on the charger
goes out when charging ends.
the battery using the supplied charger. We
recommend keeping one spare battery on hand.
3 Slide the battery off the charger.
1 Place the battery level on the charger and
■ Charging time and battery life
slide it in the direction of the arrows
on
the charger.
estimates for the supplied battery
Capacity
5400 mAh
Charging time
Approx. 330 min.
Continuous playback time Approx. 160 min.
• The above times are estimates for playing back
continuously recorded clips in AVC-Intra 100 to
an E-series P2 card.
• The above values apply at ambient 20 °C
(68 °F) and 60 % relative humidity. Charging
time may be longer under other conditions.
• The battery becomes hot during usage and
2 Plug the battery charger’s AC power
charging.
• When the battery temperature becomes
supply cable into the charger, and then into
excessively high or low, or it has become
a power outlet.
discharged after a long period of inactivity, the
Connect the AC power supply cable in A-B
CHARGE lamp may flash two or three times
order.
before automatic charging starts.
• The POWER lamp and CHARGE
• If the CHARGE lamp continues flashing when
lamp on the charger light indicating
the battery is at normal temperature, it may be
that charging has started.
defective and you should contact your
• If the CHARGE lamp does not light
when the battery is installed,
reinstall the battery correctly.
B
CHARGE
A
supplier.
• Charging time becomes longer for a hot
battery.
• Using the charger or AC adaptor near a radio
may interfere with radio reception. Place the
charger or AC adaptor at least 1 meter away
from a radio.
POWER
• The charger may emit noise during charging.
This is not a malfunction.
Insert the
plugs all the
way in.
• No guarantees are given for the operation of
the CGR-D16/CGR-D16s (1600 mAh) battery
pack.
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Preparation: Charging the battery
Power Preparations
Using a battery
Installation
1 Slide in the battery until it clicks into place.
Power Preparations
Removal
1
POWER lamp
1 Hold the POWER button for two seconds to
Battery latch release button
turn the power off, and confirm that the
POWER lamp is off.
2 Press the battery lock release button to
slide out the battery.
Hold the battery to prevent it from falling out.
◆ NOTE:
• Always be sure that the unit is turned off
before removing the battery.
Power Preparations: Using a battery
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Using the AC adaptor
Installation
1 Plug the AC adaptor’s AC power supply
cable into the adaptor, and then into a
power outlet.
Connect the AC power supply cable in A-B
order.
2 Slide in the DC power supply cable plate
until it clicks into place.
Insert the
plugs all the
way in.
A
B
Removal
3 Unplug the adaptor’s AC power supply
cable from the wall outlet.
◆ NOTE:
• The AC Adaptor is designed to operate on
1
world-wide mains voltages (100 to 240 V)
and frequencies (50/60 Hz). However,
power outlet configurations differ in
different countries. Use a plug that is
POWER lamp
1 Hold the POWER button for two seconds to
turn the power off, and confirm that the
POWER lamp is off.
2 Press the battery lock release button and
slide out the DC power supply cable plate.
◆ NOTE:
• Always be sure that the unit is turned off before
removing the DC cord connector plate.
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Power Preparations: Using the AC adaptor
designed for the country of operation. If
necessary, contact your supplier to obtain
the appropriate plug adaptor.
• When not using the unit, unplug the
adaptor’s AC power supply cable from the
wall outlet.
• The power lamp on the AC adaptor
normally remains lit for a while after it is
unplugged from the wall outlet.
Turning Power On and Off
Turning On
From the power-off state, hold the POWER button for one second to turn the unit on.
When on, the POWER lamp lights green.
Power Preparations
POWER
button
POWER lamp
◆ NOTE:
The following messages appear during startup.
• “STARTING SYSTEM...”: blinks during startup.
• “AUTO POWER OFF =
min”: where “
” is the time configured under the menu setting SETUP -
SYSTEM - AUTO POWER OFF. When the menu setting is OFF, AUTO POWER OFF is not displayed.
Turning Off
From the power-on state, hold the POWER button for two seconds to turn the unit off.
The POWER lamp blinks during shutdown processing, until the unit turns off.
◆ NOTE:
• When a battery fault occurs, turn the power off and replace with a charged battery or switch to the AC
adaptor before turning power back on.
Power Preparations: Turning Power On and Off
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About Auto Power Off during operation
The Auto Power Off function automatically turns the unit off after a short period if no operation such as
recording, playback, copying or formatting is performed during that time. To resume operation after Auto
Power Off, press the POWER button again.
◆ NOTE:
• The Auto Power Off time can be changed by the SETUP - SYSTEM - AUTO POWER OFF menu setting
(➝ “Setup Menu” Vol. 2, page 50).
Setting the Year, Month, Day and Time
Set the clock before using the unit the first time.
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
turn the unit on.
2 Press the MENU button to open the menu.
(➝ “Menu Operations” page 32)
in hour:minute, day/month/year, and
time zone sequence.)
• In time zone, set the difference in
hours from Greenwich Mean Time.
• Hours are displayed in 24-hour
format.
3 Use the Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons 5 Press the Up/Down cursor buttons to set
to select the SETUP - SYSTEM - CLOCK
SET menu item, and press the SET button.
The clock setting screen is displayed. The
default values are the current time settings.
the year, month, day, time and time zone.
6 Set the calendar and press the SET button.
Pressing the SET button sets the clock to the
set time.
◆ NOTE:
• Since the clock is affected by deviation, it
should be checked before use.
• If you require an exact time setting, check
and reset the time before use.
• The date format on the setting screen can
be changed by the SETUP - THUMBNAIL -
4 Use the Left/Right cursor buttons to select
DATE FORMAT menu selection.
• During 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes,
the digits to be set.
the slave unit temporarily synchronizes with
• The AG-HPD24P clock is displayed
the clock setting on the master unit, and
in hour:minute, month/day/year, and
returns to its original setting upon exiting
time zone sequence.
these modes.
(The AG-HPD24E clock is displayed
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Power Preparations: Setting the Year, Month, Day and Time
Basic Operation
About P2 Cards
P2 Card Access Lamp and P2
Card Status
Inserting a P2 Card
P2 Card
Access Lamp
Lights green
Writing and reading are
enabled.
ビ
1
Lights orange
Writing and reading are
enabled for the current
recording (including LOOP
Basic Operation
ヒ
P2 Card Status
REC).
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
turn the unit on.
Flashing
Writing or reading is in
orange
progress.
Currently accessing P2 card
2 Insert a P2 card into a P2 card slot until the
using USB device mode.
NOTE:
EJECT button pops out.
• Do not turn the unit off or
eject the P2 card when the
lamp is flashing orange,
such as while recording.
Fast flashing
P2 card being recognized.
orange
Flashing green No available space on the P2
card. Only reading is
possible.
The P2 card contains the
3 Fold the EJECT button toward the right.
maximum number of clips.
Only reading is possible.
The write-protect switch on
the P2 card is set to
PROTECT. Only reading is
possible.
Basic Operation: About P2 Cards
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Extinguished
The P2 card is not formatted
properly. Reformat it in this
• 32 GB, 16 GB and 8 GB P2 cards have
recording times of 1/2, 1/4 and 1/8th of that
provided by a 64 GB P2 card, respectively.
unit.
The card is incompatible with
this unit. Replace the card.
The P2 card is not inserted.
The P2 card is not accessible
using USB device mode.
• 3D recording and playback times may be
shorter than those listed above.
■ About P2 cards and SD/SDHC memory
cards
Visit the P2 support desk page at the website
below for the latest information on P2 cards and
SD/SDHC memory cards. (➝ “Website URL”
About P2 Card Recording Times
Dividing clips over 4 GB in length
P2 card recording times
■ Recording time on a single 64 GB card
Recording format and time
automatic division of the recording into multiple
clips. Despite that, on a P2 device, such
DVCPRO AVCAVCHD
Intra 100 Intra 50
recordings are handled as a single clip for
1080-59.94/
Approx. Approx. Approx.
copy, etc.).
50i*1
64 min.
64 min.
128 min.
Such recordings can be handled as separate
1080-24PN
----
Approx. Approx.
clips in nonlinear editing software or on a PC.
(Native)
80 min.
160 min.
720-59.94P/
Approx. Approx. Approx.
50P*1
64 min.
720-24PN
Approx. Approx. Approx.
(Native)
160 min. 160 min. 320 min.
64 min.
128 min.
*1: Includes recording of DVCPRO HD with pulldown at 30P, 24P and 25P.
SD Mode
Video format
Recording format and time
DVCPRO DVCPRO*2
50
480-59.94i/
576-50i*3
Approx.
Approx.
DV*2
Approx.
128 min. 256 min. 256 min.
*2: For 2-channel audio recording
*3: Includes recording with pull-down at 30P, 24P
and 25P.
◆ NOTE:
• AJ-P2C002SG (2 GB) cards cannot be used.
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With an 8 GB P2 card, continuous recordings
longer than the durations listed below result in
HD Mode
Video format
page 11)
Basic Operation: About P2 Cards
thumbnail operations (display, delete, repair,
Recording format
Recording duration
DVCPRO HD
Approx. 5 min.
DVCPRO50
Approx. 10 min.
DVCPRO/DV
Approx. 20 min.
AVC-Intra 50
Approx. 10 min.
AVC-Intra 100
Approx. 5 min.
2 Raise the EJECT button.
Removing P2 Cards
1
1 Press the STOP button.
card.
Basic Operation
3 Press the EJECT button to eject the P2
If the access lamp of the P2 card to be
removed is blinking in orange, you can press
the STOP button to stop recording or
playback and to abort ongoing operations
such as clip copying and deleting or just wait
for the operation to finish.
◆ NOTE:
• In the USB Device mode, confirm that the
access lamp is off.
Preventing Accidental Deletion
Set the write-protection switch to PROTECT to
prevent accidental deletion of data recorded on a
P2 card.
Access Lamp
Write-protection
switch
Basic Operation: About P2 Cards
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Menu Operations
The menu operations are as follows.
ヒ
ビ
1
4
3
2,5
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
turn the unit on.
2 Press the MENU button to open the menu.
3 Use the Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons
to place the cursor on menu items.
“a” appears where a lower-level menu exists.
◆ NOTE:
• Use the Up/Down buttons to move the
cursor up and down.
• Press the Right cursor or SET button to
open a lower-level menu.
• Press the Left cursor or EXIT button to return
to a higher-level menu.
4 Press the SET button.
◆ NOTE:
• Some menu items may display a
confirmation dialog.
• Use the Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons
to select a process, and press the SET
button.
• A check mark appears next to the process
selected by the SET button.
• Some menu items display a dialog for
numerical value setting.
• Changing the system frequency requires
rebooting the unit.
5 Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
◆ NOTE:
• Some menu items revert to the previous
screen automatically.
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Basic Operation: Menu Operations
LCD Monitor Settings
3
2
Basic Operation
1,4
1 Press the MENU button to open the menu.
2 On the SETUP - LCD menu, use the cursor
buttons to select an adjustment.
Available adjustments are BACKLIGHT,
COLOR LEVEL, BRIGHTNESS, and
CONTRAST.
3 Press the SET button.
Change the selected adjustment value with
the Up/Down cursor buttons, and confirm
with the SET button.
◆ NOTE:
• Press the RESET button during adjustment
to return the value to its factory default.
4 Press the MENU button to exit the menu.
Basic Operation: LCD Monitor Settings
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Thumbnail Screen Display
This unit provides a thumbnail screen for managing clips. A “clip” consists of a set of video, audio and
additional information such as meta data, and a “shot” is a clip generated by single normal start-to-stop
recording operation. A shot that spans multiple P2 cards is handled as a single clip.
The thumbnail screen displays a list of thumbnails of recorded clips. These thumbnails allow you to
browse and also perform the following clip management operations.
• Play back, copy, delete and repair clips
• Format P2 cards
• Attach text memos to clips
• Show clip properties
• Browse and delete text memos
• Show P2 card status
• Display and delete shot marks
◆ NOTE:
• Because thumbnails are generated from only a sample of the recorded video, they appear coarser
than the actual video.
Displaying the Thumbnail Screen
◆ NOTE:
• The SETUP - DISPLAY - OSD OUTPUT
2
menu setting allows selecting VIDEO OUT
or SDI OUT outputs.
Signals at the output jacks have some
limitations according to the selected format
and frequency.
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
turn the unit on.
◆ NOTE:
• To cause the thumbnail screen to appear at
power-on, select SETUP - BASIC - POWER
ON GUI, and then THUMBNAIL.
2 Press the THUMBNAIL button.
The thumbnail screen appears on the LCD
monitor.
Press the THUMBNAIL button again to close
the thumbnail screen and return to the
record/playback screen (video).
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Basic Operation: Thumbnail Screen Display
Recording
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
turn the unit on.
◆ NOTE:
• Recording is disabled when the thumbnail
In the menu, select the frequency, format and
screen is open. Close the thumbnail screen
input signal to be recorded, as necessary.
before starting to record.
(➝ “List of Compatible Input and Output
2 Insert a P2 card.
3 Press the REC and PLAY buttons
4 Press the STOP button to stop recording.
• See the following for various recording details.
(➝ “Recording Clips” Vol. 2, page 6,
“Adjusting the recording volume” Vol. 2,
simultaneously.
Basic Operation
Formats” Vol. 2, page 78)
page 6)
Recording begins on the P2 card in the slot
with its access lamp lit orange.
Playback
Playback from the Record/
Playback Screen (Thumbnail
Screen Off)
1 Hold the POWER button for one second to
Playback from the Thumbnail
Screen
Push the playback button to start playing the
yellow-framed clip selected by the cursor buttons.
turn the unit on.
On the thumbnail screen, clip playback can be
Set the system frequency in the menu as
limited and re-ordered by selecting clips or
necessary. (➝ “Setup Menu” - “SYSTEM”
switching display arrangement. (➝ “Playing Back
Vol. 2, page 71)
Clips” Vol. 2, page 38)
2 Insert a P2 card.
3 Press the PLAY button.
• See the following for details on displaying the
thumbnail screen, (➝ “Thumbnail Screen
Display” page 34).
Clips play back in the order they were
recorded on the card. Press the FF/REW
buttons to fast forward or fast rewind, and
press STILL/PAUSE to pause.
See the following for other special playback
operations. (➝ “Playing Back at Variable
Speed” Vol. 2, page 43)
4 Press the STOP button to stop playback.
Basic Operation: Recording
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Time Code, User Bits and CTL
Time Code
The time code is the recorded signal output from the time code generator. The time code can be
displayed on the LCD or superimposed on the video.
➝
➝
➝
➝
TCR 00 : 07 : 04 : 24
HH MM SS Frame
User Bits
“User Bits” refers to the 32-bit data frame within the time code signal in which users can record eight 4bit user data digits, such as an operator number. The User Bits contain user data digit values 0 - 9 and
A - F.
CTL
During playback, the counter displays the current playing position relative to the start position.
Recording starts from the counter value 0:00:00:00. When recording stops, the counter shows the
current position relative to the start position.
◆ NOTE:
• When menu setting SETUP - SYSTEM - FREQUENCY is set to 23.98 Hz, 24 Hz, 59-23, or 60-24, a 1frame delay occurs between playback video and CTL.
• For time code setting details, see (➝ “Setting Time Code and User Bits” Vol. 2, page 47).
• See (➝ “Thumbnail Screen Display” page 34) for details of display contents.
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Basic Operation: Time Code, User Bits and CTL
External Connections
USB Device
A P2 card in this unit’s P2 card slot can be accessed as a mass storage device by connecting the unit
to a PC using USB 2.0. In this case, the PC must have a driver installed (for USB 2.0). Clips recorded on
P2 cards can also be viewed on a PC using our free P2 Viewer, downloadable from our website
(➝ “Website URL” page 11).
(➝ “USB Device Mode” Vol. 2, page 36)
• To change the USB device mode, press the MODE button, select USB DEVICE using the Up/Down
USB HOST
Connect a USB2.0 or USB3.0 storage device to the USB 3.0 HOST port (➝ “Slots, etc.” page 21, no. 5
External Connections
cursor buttons, and press SET.
in the illustration) to save P2 card data to the external storage device, view saved clip thumbnails, and
write the data back to a P2 card. Clips on the external storage device can be easily played back for
review. To use the USB 3.0 HOST port for an external storage device, set STORAGE - UBS HOST to
ENABLE in the menu.
(➝ “Connecting an External Device via the USB HOST Connector” Vol. 2, page 27)
◆ NOTE:
• Recording is disabled when STORAGE - UBS HOST is set to ENABLE in the menu.
• The USB HOST port is only enabled in the main mode.
• The ENABLE setting is automatically reset to DISABLE when power is turned off.
• Use a USB 3.0-standard compliant cable to connect to the USB 3.0 port.
• If a USB 2.0 cable is used, the storage device will be recongized as USB 2.0.
External Connections: USB Device
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3D Signal Recording and Playback
Connect two AG-HPD24 units and press the MODE button to select the 3D recording and playback
mode (3D REC/PB), for dual P2 3D recording on a pair of P2 cards. Dual P2 3D clips recorded in the 3D
REC/PB mode can be played back in 3D.
For recording and playback, the left (L) eye signal is handled by the master unit, and the right (R) eye
signal by the slave unit.
◆ NOTE:
• Be sure to connect the left eye signal to the master side, and the right eye signal to the slave side. If
the left/right signals are connected in reverse, viewing the resulting reverse-vision recording content
can cause asthenopia or eyestrain.
• Insert the P2 cards with the left-eye (L) and right-eye (R) recordings into P2 card slots on the master
side and slave sides, respectively.
Dual P2 3D Clip:
This is a clip that complies with the P2 content specification for 3D video recording on two P2 cards.
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3D Signal Recording and Playback:
Connections
Recording Connection Example
AG-HPD24 (Master/3D-L)
HD-SDI
(Left eye image)
ASync Signal
C LINK (D-SUB)
BLINK
(USB)
An input reference signal
can be connected to the
REF IN jack on the slave.
HD-SDI
(Right eye image)
3D Signal Recording and Playback
AG-3DA1 or equivalent
AG-HPD24 (Slave/3D-R)
Master
(L) Jack
Slave
(R) Jack
REF IN
VIDEO
Remarks
Connect the master and slave units as illustrated.
With these connections, setting the units to 3D
REC/PB mode enables recording and playback of
A
OUT
B LINK (M)
Press the REC and PLAY buttons on the master
unit to record the input signals as a Dual P2 3D
LINK (S)
USB
USB
Type A
Type B
C LINK (D)
3D video clips.
BNC cable
LINK (D)
USB 2.0 cable
clip.
Also, a reference signal can be applied to the
slave’s REF IN jack to synchronize playback with
RS-422A-
9P D-SUB 9P D-SUB compliant cable,
Length 1 m or
less
an external system.
◆ NOTE:
• Be sure to correctly connect the left and right
input and output signals. Reversed left/right
connections produce a reverse-vision condition
that can cause asthenopia or eyestrain.
3D Signal Recording and Playback: Connections
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Playback Connection Example
When connecting a 3D monitor for viewing 3D
video, select the signal connector and format to
suit the monitor type or display method. The unit’s
output connector and signal format are selected
by the SETUP - VIDEO - OUTPUT SEL menu
OUTPUT
SEL
SDI OUT Jack
DISCRETE Discrete left and No output
L/R
right output
SDI (S / S) Side-by-side
setting.
HDMI OUT
Port
No output
(half) method
output
HDMI
No output
Side-by-side
(S/S)
(half) method
HDMI (FP) No output
Frame packing
output
method output
3D Single-Signal Output (Side-By-Side/Frame Packing) Connection Example
AG-HPD24 (Master/3D-L)
Video (Composite) Output
DRightSide
Playback
Signal
SD Monitor
HDMI or
SDI Output
ASync Signal
An input
reference
signal can be
connected to
the REF IN jack
on the slave.
C LINK (D-SUB)
B LINK (USB)
3D Monitor
AG-HPD24 (Slave/3D-R)
Connect the master and slave units together with
enables 3D playback. The 3D side-by-side or
a USB 2.0 cable between the LINK (USB) ports,
frame packing (HDMI-only) signal is output from
an RS-422A/D-SUB9P cable between the LINK
the master (L) SDI or HDMI output connector, and
(D-SUB) connectors, and BNC cables between
3D video can be viewed on the 3D monitor.
the synchronizing jacks, as illustrated. With these
connections, setting the units to 3D REC/PB mode
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3D Signal Recording and Playback: Connections
Master
(L) Jack
A REF IN
Slave
(R) Jack
VIDEO
Remarks
BNC cable
OUT
B LINK (M) LINK (S)
USB
USB
Type A
Type B
C LINK (D)
LINK (D)
USB 2.0 cable
RS-422A-
9P D-SUB 9P D-SUB compliant cable,
Length 1 m or less
D SDI IN
SDI OUT
BNC cable
3D Signal Recording and Playback
Discrete Left/Right Signal Output Connection Example
AG-HPD24 (Master/3D-L)
SDI Output
ASync Signal
C LINK (D-SUB)
B LINK (USB)
An input reference
signal can be
connected to the
REF IN jack on the
slave.
3D Monitor
SDI Output
AG-HPD24 (Slave/3D-R)
Connect the master and slave units together with
a USB 2.0 cable between the LINK (USB) ports,
an RS-422A/D-SUB9P cable between the LINK
(D-SUB) connectors, and BNC cables between
Master
(L) Jack
A REF IN
VIDEO
B LINK (M) LINK (S)
enables 3D playback. During playback, the 3D
USB
USB
left-eye image is output from the master unit’s (L)
Type A
Type B
SDI output jack, and the 3D right-eye image is
output from the slave unit’s (R) SDI output jack, for
3D (simultaneous) viewing on the 3D monitor.
Remarks
BNC cable
OUT
the synchronizing jacks, as illustrated. With these
connections, setting the units to 3D REC/PB mode
Slave
(R) Jack
C LINK (D)
LINK (D)
USB 2.0 cable
RS-422-compliant
9P D-SUB 9P D-SUB cable, Length 1 m
or less
3D Signal Recording and Playback: Connections
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Selecting the 3D REC/PB Mode
1 Connect two units with the appropriate
cables according to the connection
examples.
• If a LINK cable is not connected, the “WAITING
FOR CONNECTION” state occurs.
(➝ “Warning information displayed in 3D
REC/PB mode and SYNC PB mode” Vol. 2,
◆ NOTE:
page 89)
• The system frequency cannot be changed
when 3D REC/PB mode is enabled. Set the
frequency before selecting the mode.
• Set the master and slave units to the same
frequency.
• The 3D REC/PB mode cannot be enabled
when the system frequency is set to “59-23”
or “60-24”. Select the frequency to be used
before selecting the 3D REC/PB mode.
2 Press the MODE button on the master unit.
The mode selection menu appears.
• An error occurs when a connection is
interrupted, such as by a disconnected LINK
cable. Reconnect the cable and turn the power
off and back on.
(➝ “Warning and Error Messages” Vol. 2,
page 83)
• An error occurs when the connected units are
not the same model and version.
• If you inadvertently switch to the 3D REC/PB
mode and activate the “WAITING FOR
CONNECTION” state, turn the power off and
back on to re-enable the (normal) main mode.
3 Use the Up/Down cursor buttons to place a
“
” next to 3D REC/PB, and press the
SET button.
4 Both master and slave units restart in 3D
REC/PB mode.
◆ NOTE:
• The 3D REC/PB mode state is preserved
internally when power is turned off, and resumes
when power is turned back on. To return to the
main mode, turn the power off during the
“WAITING FOR CONNECTION” state, or press
the MODE button after startup in 3D REC/PB
mode.
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3D Signal Recording and Playback: Selecting the 3D REC/PB Mode
Turning Power On and Off
Turning On
Turning Off
From the power-off state, hold the POWER button
From the power-on state, hold the POWER button
for one second to turn the unit on.
for two seconds to turn the unit off.
When on, the POWER lamp lights green.
The POWER lamp blinks during shutdown
processing, until the unit turns off.
◆ NOTE:
• Turning on the master unit does not turn on the
• When the 3D REC/PB mode was selected
◆ NOTE:
• Both units turn off when either the master or
slave is turned off.
before power was turned off, it is automatically
enabled when power is turned back on.
• Upon power-on, the normal startup message
appears, followed by the 3D REC/PB mode
startup message.
3D Signal Recording and Playback: Turning Power On and Off
3D Signal Recording and Playback
slave. Turn on both the master and slave units.
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Recording and Playback
When the 3D REC/PB mode is enabled, all operations are performed from the master unit. Slave unit
operations are disabled.
Recording
2 Insert P2 cards in the corresponding slots
Master/Slave Unit
in both master and slave units.
◆ NOTE:
ヒ
• Card insertion confirmation on both master
ビ
1
and slave units requires more time than
card confirmation and recording
preparation in normal main mode. If
recording perparation fails, “CANNOT REC”
or “E-62 SLAVE WARNING” may be
displayed.
Master Unit
3 Press the master unit’s REC and PLAY
buttons simultaneously.
Recording begins on the P2 card in the slot
with its access lamp lit orange.
◆ NOTE:
• Recording is disabled when the thumbnail
screen is open. Close the thumbnail screen
4
3
1 Hold each unit’s POWER button for one
second to turn the master and slave units
on.
Set the format, input signal, and etc.
(➝ “Setup Menu” Vol. 2, page 50)
◆ NOTE:
• The recording frequency must be set in the
main mode beforehand.
• Only the AVC-Intra format can be used for
3D recording.
before starting to record.
• Recording is disabled when 3D singlesignal output (side-by-side or frame
packing) is enabled.
• LOOP REC and variable frame rate
recording are disabled.
• Recording is possible on the master and
slave unit only for recordable slots (when
the write protect switch is not set to
PROTECT).
• The remaining 3D recording time is the
shortest remaining time on the cards in both
master and slave units.
4 Press the STOP button to stop recording.
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3D Signal Recording and Playback: Recording and Playback
Playback from the Thumbnail Screen
Playback
Pressing the PLAY button starts playback from
SDI and HDMI 3D video playback output is
the yellow-framed clip (selected by the cursor
available only during PLAY and STILL/PAUSE.
buttons). On the thumbnail screen, clip playback
• Discrete left and right output:
can be limited and re-ordered by selecting clips
Special playback is only displayed on the LCD,
or changing the display.
and is not available as SDI output.
(➝ “3D Recording/Playback Mode (3D REC/PB)”
Vol. 2, page 37)
However, video is available at the master unit’s
SDI output when the SETUP - VIDEO DISCRETE BLACK menu setting is OFF.
• Single-unit left/right (side-by-side or frame
The LCD monitor displays both L and R special
• Black numbers indicate clips available for
playback.
• 3D REC/PB mode does not support slot
playback images, but only the L signal is output
selection by the THUMBNAIL - SLOT CLIPS
(as both L and R images) to SDI/HDMI.
menu setting.
◆ NOTE:
• Clips to be played back can be from different
slots in the master and slave units, but slots for
2
left and right video must correspond.
• 3D playback requires that the L (left-eye) clip be
present on the master unit, and the R (right-eye)
clip on the slave.
3D Signal Recording and Playback
packing) signal output method:
◆ NOTE:
3
Playback from the Record/Playback
Screen (Thumbnail Screen Off)
4
1 Insert a P2 card.
2 Use the Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons
to place the cursor on a clip to playback.
3 Press the PLAY button.
Playback occurs in the order thumbnails are
displayed.
3
4 Press the STOP button to stop playback.
2
1 Insert a P2 card.
2 Press the PLAY button.
The thumbnail screen reappears when
playback stops.
Clips play back in the order they were
recorded on the card.
3 Press the STOP button to stop playback.
3D Signal Recording and Playback: Recording and Playback
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Displaying 3D Thumbnails
3D thumbnails can be displayed in the same way as normal thumbnails.
Displaying the Thumbnail Screen
1 Turn both master and slave units on by
2 Press the THUMBNAIL button.
holding each unit’s POWER button for one
The thumbnails are displayed.
second.
Press the THUMBNAIL button again to close
the thumbnail screen and return to the
◆ NOTE:
record/playback screen (video).
• To cause the thumbnail screen to appear at
power-on, select SETUP - BASIC - POWER
ON GUI, and then THUMBNAIL.
Thumbnail Screen Names and Functions
◆ NOTE:
• Different points from the main mode’s thumbnail screen are described here. For more details, see
(➝ “Thumbnail Screen” Vol. 2, page 10).
• Only Dual P2 3D clips recorded by this unit or another compatible 3D P2 device are displayed on the
thumbnail screen. Normal P2 clips cannot be displayed, so be careful not to erase them accidentally
when reformatting.
1)
2)
3)
4)
Pointer (yellow frame)
Selected Clip (blue frame)
1)
“3D” Logo
Indicates the 3D status of the displayed thumbnails.
2)
Slot status indicators
The M and S indicators show the status of master and slave P2 cards, respectively. For details of
display contents, see (➝ “Thumbnail Screen” Vol. 2, page 10).
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3D Signal Recording and Playback: Displaying 3D Thumbnails
3)
Battery level indicator
Indicates the remaining charge in the master unit’s battery.
◆ NOTE:
• The remaining charge in the slave unit’s battery is displayed on the slave.
4)
Dual P2 3D clip fault indicator
This is displayed when there is a problem with a Dual 3D P2 clip, such as reversed left-right card
insertion.
: The clip’s left-channel card is inserted in the slave unit, or the clip’s right-channel card
is inserted in the master unit. Insert the card to the correct unit.
: The clip’s left- or right-channel card is not inserted. Insert the card with the missing clip
channel.
3D Signal Recording and Playback
3D Signal Recording and Playback: Displaying 3D Thumbnails
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Synchronous Playback
Left/right 3D clip pairs not recorded in dual P2 3D mode can be played back using the synchronous
playback (SYNC PB) mode. Connect two AG-HPD24 units in the same way as for 3D REC/PB mode, and
press the MODE button to select the SYNC PB mode for synchronous video playback operation of the
slave with the master unit. However, this mode does not support clip operations other than playback
(that is, recording, copying and deleting).
3D clip content not recorded as a Dual P2 3D clip:
Clips dubbed from material recorded on an AG-3DA1 with their starting points trued up and length set to
be equal using an AJ-HPM200, or clips edited using a non-linear editor and dubbed to a P2 unit that does
not support Dual P2 3D recording.
The L and R clips are required to have the same time code start point, length, and clip sequence.
◆ NOTE:
• Insert the P2 cards with the left-eye (L) and right-eye (R) recordings into P2 card slots on the master
side and slave sides, respectively.
Connections
Connections are the same as for 3D REC/PB mode. (➝ “3D Signal Recording and Playback” “Connections” page 39)
Selecting SYNC PB Mode
1 Connect two units according to the
connection examples.
◆ NOTE:
• The system frequency cannot be changed
when SYNC PB mode is enabled. Set the
frequency before selecting the mode.
• Set the master and slave units to the same
frequency.
• The SYNC PB mode cannot be enabled
when the system frequency is set to “59-23”
3 Select SYNC PB.
Use the Up/Down cursor buttons to place a
“
” at SYNC PB, and press the SET button.
or “60-24”. Select the frequency to be used
before selecting the SYNC PB mode.
2 Press the MODE button on the master unit.
The mode selection menu appears.
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Synchronous Playback: Connections
4 Both master and slave units restart in
SYNC PB mode.
Vol. 2, page 83)
◆ NOTE:
• The SYNC PB mode selection is preserved
internally when power is turned off, and
resumes when power is turned back on. To
• An error occurs when the connected units
are not the same model and version.
• If you inadvertently switch to the SYNC PB
return to the main mode from the SYNC PB
mode and activate the “WAITING FOR
mode, turn the power off during the
CONNECTION” state, turn the power off
“WAITING FOR CONNECTION” state, or
and back on to re-enable the (normal) main
press the MODE button after startup in
mode.
• Power on/off operation is the same as for 3D
SYNC PB mode.
• If a LINK cable is not connected, the
“WAITING FOR CONNECTION” state
REC/PB mode (➝ “Turning Power On and
Off” page 43).
occurs.
• An error occurs when a connection is
Synchronous Playback
interrupted, such as by disconnecting a
LINK cable. Reconnect the cable and turn
power off and back on.
(➝ “Warning and Error Messages”
Playback
When the SYNC PB mode is enabled, all operations are performed from the master unit. The only
operation available on the slave unit is pressing the THUMBNAIL button to display the thumbnail screen.
• Clip Time Codes
Correctly Synchronizing
Playback
Each pair of recorded clips must have the
same continuous time code. If the time codes
are different or discontinuous, playback cueing
Two clips are played back on different devices by
may not operate correctly, causing incorrect
synchronizing the order of the clip numbers,
playback.
although the following requirements apply to
obtain correct clip synchronization.
◆ NOTE:
• About the Clip Order
• When a clip fails to play back correctly, a
Clips play back in the order they were
warning is displayed, SDI is muted, and black is
recorded. The clips on the P2 card must be in
output (with DISCRETE L/R setting), or only the
pairs and the recording dates and times within
left image is output (with side-by-side or frame
each pair must be the same. If the number of
clips or the recording dates and times do not
match, playback order on the master and slave
differs, causing incorrect playback.
• About Clip Length
packing settings).
• Playback of mixed-format clips is possible, but
may be discontinuous, and subsequent
playback wil be incorrect.
• Discontinuous time codes may cause an error
Each pair of video clips must have the same
code to appear when cueing the start and end
starting point and length. If the clip lengths are
of clips and during frame-by-frame playback of
different, subsequent playback will be incorrect.
clips with different start and end time codes. To
recover, press the STOP button and after
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stopping, select the clips to be paired on the
thumbnail screen and press PLAY or STILL/
PAUSE to synchronize the clips correctly.
◆ NOTE:
• When stopped, no image (black screen) is
displayed.
• Signal output is as follows.
Playback from the Playback
Screen (Thumbnail Screen Off)
Discrete left and right output method:
Special playback video and video when
left and right signals are invalid (such as
TC mismatch) is displayed only on the
LCD monitor, but is not output as SDI.
However, video is available at the master
unit’s SD output when the SETUP - VIDEO
- DISCRETE BLACK menu setting is OFF.
3D single-unit (side-by-side or frame
packing) signal output method:
Special playback video and video when
left and right images are invalid (such as
3
2
TC mismatch) appears as both L and R
images on the LCD monitor, but only the L
1 Insert P2 cards in both master and slave
units.
2 Press the PLAY or STILL/PAUSE button
on the master unit.
Pressing the button automatically cues the
slave position to the master (matches the clip
numbers and time codes). Pressing PLAY
also starts playback.
◆ NOTE:
• When the first position of the master clip is
earlier than that of the slave, the master is
cued to the first position of the slave.
00:00:00:00 00:00:01:00
Master clip
Slave clip
Master playback
Cuing
Slave playback
3 Press the STOP button on the master unit
to stop playback.
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Synchronous Playback: Playback
signal is output (as both L and R images)
to SDI/HDMI.
Playback from the Thumbnail Screen
Master Unit
◆ NOTE:
• When the clip time codes are different,
incorrect synchronization prevents correct
playback.
• When the first position of the master clip is
earlier than that of the slave, the master is
cued to the first position of the slave.
• The slave unit starts playback from the clip
with the same clip number as on the master.
2
4 Press the STOP button on the master unit
to stop playback.
◆ NOTE:
• When stopped, no image (black screen) is
displayed.
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Synchronous Playback
Master Unit
3
1 Insert P2 cards in both master and slave
units.
2 Press the THUMBNAIL button on the
master unit, and move the cursor to the clip
to play back.
◆ NOTE:
• All clips are displayed as thumbnails.
• On the slave unit, only the THUMBNAIL and
Up/Down/Left/Right cursor buttons are
enabled for checking clip order. Playback
control is not available on the slave unit
while the thumbnails are displayed.
3 Press the PLAY or STILL/PAUSE button
on the master unit.
Pressing either button automatically cues the
slave position to match the master’s clip
number and time code position.
Pressing the PLAY button also starts
playback.
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Setup Menu
THUMBNAIL.......................... Thumbnail display selection settings
Vol. 2, page 51
PROPERTY............................ Displays clip properties
Vol. 2, page 53
META DATA .......................... Meta data setting and display
Vol. 2, page 54
STORAGE ............................. Storage device operations and display
Vol. 2, page 55
SETUP ................................... Various settings
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Vol. 2, page 50
OPERATION.......................... Operations such as formatting
Vol. 2, page 56
THUMBNAIL........................ Thumbnail-related settings
Vol. 2, page 56
BASIC.................................. Basic operation settings
Vol. 2, page 59
TC/UB/CTL .......................... Time-code-related settings
Vol. 2, page 62
VIDEO ................................. Video-related settings
Vol. 2, page 63
AUDIO................................. Audio-related settings
Vol. 2, page 66
DISPLAY.............................. Display-related settings
Vol. 2, page 67
LCD ..................................... LCD-related settings
Vol. 2, page 69
USER BUTTON ................... User-defined button settings
Vol. 2, page 70
SYSTEM .............................. System device settings such as frequency
Vol. 2, page 71
FILE ....................................... Saving and loading menu settings
Vol. 2, page 74
SYSTEM INFO ....................... Device information display
Vol. 2, page 77
Setup Menu:
Specifications
General
Operating voltage: 7.2 V DC / 7.9 V DC
Power consumption: 19.8 W
indicates safety information.
Ambient operating temperature:
0 °C to 40 °C
Ambient operating humidity:
10 % to 80 % (non-condensating)
Ambient storage temperature:
–20 °C to 50 °C (–4 °F to 122 °F)
Mass:
2 kg (4.41 lb) (without battery)
2.3 kg (5.07 lb) (with supplied battery)
Dimensions (W×H×D):
214 mm × 88 mm × 200 mm (8-7/16 inches × 3-7/16 inches ×
7-7/8 inches) (not including the support legs)
P2 Card
Recording formats:
AVC-Intra 100/AVC-Intra 50/DVCPRO HD/DVCPRO50/
DVCPRO/DV (selectable)
Note: 3D recording in AVC-Intra format only
Video recording signals:
Specifications
Recording media:
1080/59.94i, 1080/50i, 1080/23.98p, 1080/24p,
720/59.94p, 720/50p, 480/59.94i, 576/50i
Audio recording signals:
AVC-Intra 100/AVC-Intra 50:
48 kHz, 16 bits, 8 channels
48 kHz, 24 bits, 4 channels
DVCPRO HD:
48 kHz, 16 bits, 8 channels
DVCPRO50:
48 kHz, 16 bits, 4 channels
DVCPRO/DV:
48 kHz, 16 bits, 2/4 channels selectable
Specifications:
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Recording times:
Card
8 GB × 1
Recording format
AVC-Intra 100/
AVC-Intra 50/
DVCPRO HD
DVCPRO50
Approx. 8 min.
DVCPRO/DV
Approx. 16 min.
Approx. 32 min.
16 GB × 1 Approx. 16 min. Approx. 32 min.
Approx. 64 min.
32 GB × 1 Approx. 32 min. Approx. 64 min.
Approx. 128 min.
64 GB × 1 Approx. 64 min. Approx. 128 min. Approx. 256 min.
◆ NOTE:
• The above times apply when single clips are recorded
sequentially on a P2 card.
• Depending on the number of clips recorded, recording time
may be shorter than listed above.
• 3D recording times may be shorter than listed above.
VIDEO
DIGITAL VIDEO
Sampling frequencies:
AVC-Intra 100/DVCPRO HD:
(59.94 Hz)
Y: 74.1758 MHz, PB/PR: 37.0879 MHz
(50 Hz)
Y: 74.2500 MHz, PB/PR: 37.1250 MHz
DVCPRO50:
Y: 13.5 MHz, PB/PR: 6.75 MHz
DVCPRO:
Y: 13.5 MHz, PB/PR: 3.375 MHz
Quantization:
AVC-Intra 100/AVC-Intra 50: 10 bits
DVCPRO HD/DVCPRO50/DVCPRO/DV: 8 bits
Video compression methods:
AVC-Intra 100/AVC-Intra 50:
MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Intra Profile
DVCPRO HD:
DV-based Compression (SMPTE 370M)
DVCPRO50/DVCPRO:
DV-based Compression (SMPTE 314M)
DV:DV Compression (IEC61834-2)
Color sampling:
AVC-Intra 100:
Y:PB:PR = 4:2:2
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Specifications:
Resolution:
AVC-Intra 100:
1920 × 1080 (1080/59.94i, 1080/50i)
1280 × 720 (720/59.94p, 720/50p)
AVC-Intra 50:
1440 × 1080 (1080/59.94i, 1080/50i)
960 × 720 (720/59.94p, 720/50p)
VIDEO INPUT
Reference input:
BNC × 1, Auto switching of black burst / HD 3-value sync*1
SDI input:
BNC × 1
*1: In both 3D REC/PB and SYNC PB modes, when the menu setting SETUP - SYSTEM - FREQUENCY
is 59.94 or 50 Hz, black burst is the only acceptable reference signal input.
When the setting is 23.98 or 24 Hz, HD3 value SYNC is the only acceptable reference signal input.
VIDEO OUTPUT
BNC × 1
HD serial digital / SD serial digital
BNC × 1
output (switchable):
HDMI port:
HDMI × 1 (HDMI type A), 3D supported (VIERA link not
Specifications
SD analog composite output:
supported)
• When system frequency is 59.94 Hz
1080/59.94i Frame Packing / Side-by-Side selectable (3D
only)
720/59.94p Frame Packing / Side-by-Side selectable (3D
only)
1080/59.94i, 720/59.94p, 480/59.94p
• When system frequency is 50 Hz
1080/50i Frame Packing / Side-by-Side selectable (3D only)
720/50p Frame Packing / Side-by-Side selectable (3D only)
1080/50i, 720/50p, 576/50p
• When system frequency is 23.98 Hz
1080/23.98p Frame Packing / Side-by-Side selectable (3D
only)
◆ NOTE:
• HDMI output does not support 480i/576i. Convert to 480p/
576p for output.
Specifications:
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AUDIO
DIGITAL AUDIO
Sampling frequency:
Quantization:
48 kHz (synchronized with video)
16 bits (DVCPRO HD/DVCPRO50/DVCPRO/DV)
16/24 bits selectabgle (AVC-Intra 100/AVC-Intra 50)
Headroom:
12/18/20 dB (selectable)
De-emphasis:
T1=50 µs, T2=15 µs (auto on/off)
AUDIO INPUT
Analog inputs (CH1, CH2):
XLR × 2
SDI input:
BNC × 1
AUDIO OUTPUT
SDI output:
BNC × 1
Monitor outputs:
Pin jacks × 2, –10 dBV, 600 Ω
Headphone output:
Stereo mini jack (3.5 mm dia.), 8 Ω, variable level
HDMI outputs:
2 channels (linear PCM)
Internal speaker:
Round, × 1 (monaural)
OTHER I/O
Time code input:
BNC × 1, 0.5 V[p-p] to 8.0 V[p-p], 10 kΩ
Time code output:
BNC × 1, low impedance, 2.0 V ±0.5 V[p-p]
RS-422A I/O:
9-pin D-SUB × 1, RS-422A interface
USB HOST:
USB 3.0 (Type A) × 1
Connection for USB devices/3D REC/
USB 2.0 Device (Type B) × 1
PB mode/SYNC PB mode:
For 3D REC/PB mode/SYNC PB mode 9-pin D-SUB × 1, RS-422A interface
connection:
For keyboard:
USB 2.0 (Type A) × 1 (100 mA maximum)
◆ NOTE:
• This port is intended for keyboard connection.
If the keyboard draws more than 100 mA, a protective
circuit may shut down the machine.
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Specifications:
AC ADAPTOR
Rated input: 100 – 240 V AC, 50 Hz – 60 Hz, 0.55 A
Rated output: 7.9 V DC, 2.53 A
indicates safety information.
Dimensions (W × H × D):
42 mm × 31 mm × 104 mm
(1-5/8 inches × 1-1/4 inches × 4-1/8 inches)
Mass:
220 g (0.48 lb)
BATTERY CHARGER
Rated input: 100 – 240 V AC, 50 Hz/60 Hz, 0.4 A
Specifications
Rated output: 8.4 V DC, 1.2 A
indicates safety information.
Dimensions (W × H × D):
70.0 mm × 44.5 mm × 116.0 mm
(2-3/4 inches × 1-3/4 inches × 4-9/16 inches)
Mass:
160 g (0.35 lb)
Inrush current, measured according to European
Mass and dimensions are approximate values.
standard EN551303-1: 6.5 A
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Specifications:
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Index
■ Number
25M REC CH ....................................................
3D connection label .........................................
“3D” Logo .................................................. 46,
3D REC/PB .......................................................
3D REC/PB Mode .............................................
3D REC/PB mode/SYNC PB mode
connection ....................................................
3D Recording/Playback Mode (3D REC/PB) ...
3D Signal Recording and Playback .................
3D Thumbnails .................................................
4:3 MARKER .....................................................
72
17
37
18
42
56
37
38
46
68
■ A
AC adaptor ................................................ 17, 26
AC power supply cables .................................. 17
Access lamp ..................................................... 21
Accidental Deletion .......................................... 31
Adjusting the recording volume ......................... 6
ALL CLIP .......................................................... 50
Ambient operating humidity ............................. 53
Ambient operating temperature ....................... 53
Ambient storage temperature .......................... 53
ANALOG AUDIO IN jacks ................................ 22
ANALOG AUDIO MON output jacks ................ 22
Analog inputs ................................................... 56
Attaching shot marks ........................................ 17
AUDIO .............................................................. 66
AUDIO INPUT ................................................... 56
Audio level meter display ................................. 45
AUDIO MON button .......................................... 19
AUDIO OUTPUT ............................................... 56
Audio recording signals ................................... 53
AUDIO SMPL RES ............................................ 72
AUTO POWER OFF .......................................... 73
Auto Power Off ................................................. 28
AUTO REC ................................................... 7, 59
AVC-Intra 50 / 100 ............................................ 78
■ B
B CONTRAST ...................................................
BACKLIGHT .....................................................
Bad clip ..................................................... 19,
Bad clip indicator .............................................
BASIC ...............................................................
Battery ....................................................... 24,
Battery CGA-D54 ..............................................
Battery CGA-D54s ............................................
Battery charger .................................................
Battery latch release button .............................
Battery level indicator .......................................
Battery status ....................................................
Battery status indicator .............................. 12,
BEEP .................................................................
BRIGHTNESS ...................................................
69
69
38
11
59
25
17
17
17
23
47
45
37
61
69
■ C
CANCEL button ................................................
Card ..................................................................
Card Status ......................................... 39, 43,
CC (F1) BLANK ................................................
58
Index:
20
26
53
64
CC (F2) BLANK ................................................ 64
CC REC ............................................................ 64
CH1 INPUT LEVEL ............................................ 66
CH2 INPUT LEVEL ............................................ 66
CHANGE PARTITION NAME ............................ 52
Changing slots used for recording ..................... 6
Charging ........................................................... 24
Checking and revising ...................................... 24
Clip Information .................................. 34, 39, 43
Clip meta data ........................................... 20, 21
Clip no. ............................................... 11, 20, 44
CLIP PROPERTY ............................................... 53
Clips .................................................................. 37
CLOCK SET ...................................................... 73
COLOR LEVEL .................................................. 69
Color sampling ................................................. 54
Compression format indication ......................... 44
COMPRESSION MODE .................................... 64
Connecting storage devices ............................ 29
Connection for USB devices/3D REC/PB mode/
SYNC PB mode ............................................ 56
Connections ............................................... 39, 48
CONTRAST ....................................................... 69
COPY ................................................................ 52
Copying Clips ................................................... 18
Copying clips to a storage device .................... 31
Copying to P2 card ........................................... 35
COUNTER button ............................................. 18
Counter value ................................................... 23
COUNTER, RESET/TC PRESET button ............. 18
CROSS HATCH ................................................ 68
CTL ............................................................ 36, 47
CTL DISPLAY .................................................... 62
Cursor control buttons ...................................... 19
■ D
DATA DISPLAY ................................................. 56
DATE FORMAT ................................................. 57
Deck Information (DIAG) Icons ........................ 45
De-emphasis .................................................... 56
DELETE ............................................................. 51
DELETE LAST PARTITION ................................ 52
Deleting Clips ..................................... 18, 34, 38
Deleting meta data ........................................... 25
Deleting partition .............................................. 33
Deleting text memos ......................................... 17
Deselecting clips .............................................. 16
DEVICES - SD CARD ........................................ 53
DF MODE .......................................................... 63
DIAG button ...................................................... 19
DIGITAL AUDIO ................................................ 56
DIGITAL VIDEO ................................................ 54
Dimensions ................................................ 53, 57
DISCRETE BLACK ............................................ 64
DISPLAY ........................................................... 67
Display P2 card status for the master side ....... 39
Display P2 card status for the slave side ......... 39
Display status ................................................... 10
Dividing clips .................................................... 30
DOWNCONV. MODE ........................................ 65
Dual P2 3D Clip ................................................ 38
Dual P2 3D clip fault indicator .......................... 47
Bold and italicized page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 1, while the other
page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 2.
Duration ............................................................ 10
DVCPRO HD ............................................. 78, 79
DVCPRO50 / DVCPRO DV ............................... 79
■ E
EDH(SD) ...........................................................
Edit Copy indicator ..........................................
EJECT buttons .................................................
EMBD CH SEL .................................................
Entering a partition name .................................
Error Information ....................................... 83,
EXCH.THUMBNAIL ..........................................
EXIT button .......................................................
EXIT, CANCEL button ......................................
EXPLORE .........................................................
EXPLORE screen .............................................
EXPORT ...........................................................
Exporting ..........................................................
EXT TC SEL ......................................................
External mode ..................................................
64
11
21
67
33
89
52
19
19
55
32
55
30
63
48
■ F
20
60
74
90
72
78
29
15
53
71
45
80
■ G
G CONTRAST .................................................. 69
GAMMA SELECT ............................................. 66
■ H
■ K
Keyboard ............................................ 56, 58, 80
KEYBOARD port ............................................... 23
■ L
LCD ..................................................................
LCD Monitor .....................................................
LEVEL METER ..................................................
LINK(D) connector ...........................................
LINK(M) port .....................................................
LINK(S) port .....................................................
LOAD .................................................. 54, 74,
Loading files .....................................................
LOCAL ENABLE ...............................................
LOOP REC .................................................. 7,
69
33
67
23
23
23
76
23
61
59
■ M
MARKED CLIPS ...............................................
Mass .......................................................... 53,
Master (L) Jack ......................................... 39,
MENU button ....................................................
Menu Operations ..............................................
Menu reset .......................................................
MENU, DIAG button .........................................
Meta data .................................................. 22,
Meta data upload file .......................................
MODE button ....................................................
MODEL .............................................................
Monitor audio volume adjustment ....................
MONITOR CH ...................................................
Monitor outputs ................................................
51
57
41
19
32
77
19
54
22
18
77
19
67
56
■ N
Numeric Keyboard ........................................... 80
HD EMBD LTC ................................................. 63
HD EMBD VITC ................................................ 63
HD Mode .......................................................... 30
HD serial digital ................................................ 55
HD/SD-SDI IN/OUT jacks ................................. 23
HDMI OUT Port ......................................... 23, 40
HDMI outputs ................................................... 56
HDMI port ......................................................... 55
Headphone jack ............................................... 21
Headphone output ........................................... 56
Headroom ........................................................ 56
Hot Swap Recording .......................................... 7
HOUR METER .................................................. 77
■ I
ID OF 9P REMOTE ...........................................
Importing ..........................................................
Incomplete clip indicator .......................... 11,
Incomplete clips ........................................ 19,
INDICATOR ......................................................
Information added to clips ...............................
Information on operational warnings ................
INITIAL MENU ..................................................
INITIALIZE ........................................................
66
63
47
56
14
Index
FF, NEXT button ...............................................
FF. REW MAX ...................................................
FILE ..................................................................
Firmware ..........................................................
FORMAT .................................................... 51,
Formats ............................................................
Formatting ................................................. 25,
Frame-by-frame playback ........................... 8,
FREE CAP. OF PARTITION ..............................
FREQUENCY ....................................................
Frequency indicator .........................................
Full Keyboard ...................................................
INPUT SEL ................................................. 63,
INT SG ..............................................................
Internal mode ...................................................
Internal speaker ...............................................
Items to be displayed as properties ................
61
35
21
38
56
20
84
75
54
■ O
Open a thumbnail ............................................. 33
Operating status display .................................. 44
Operating voltage ............................................ 53
OPERATION ..................................................... 51
Order of date indication ................................... 13
OSD Display ..................................................... 44
OSD display output .......................................... 12
OSD GRADE .................................................... 67
OSD OUTPUT ................................................... 67
OSD TC SELECT .............................................. 68
OTHER I/O ........................................................ 56
OUTPUT FORMAT ............................................ 65
OUTPUT REF .................................................... 60
OUTPUT SEL ............................................. 40, 64
Overview of all clip playback transitions ............ 9
■ P
P2 Card Access Lamp .............................. 21,
P2 Card Recording ..........................................
P2 card slot ......................................................
P2 card slots ....................................................
P2 Cards ................................................... 29,
Bold and italicized page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 1, while the other
page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 2.
29
91
11
21
39
Index:
59
Partition or folder .............................................. 32
PB POSITION ................................................... 57
PLAY button ...................................................... 20
PLAY DELAY .................................................... 61
Playback .......................... 35, 45, 49, 8, 14, 41
Playback Screen ......................................... 50, 5
Power ......................................................... 27, 43
POWER button .................................................. 21
Power consumption .......................................... 53
POWER lamp .................................................... 21
POWER ON GUI ............................................... 59
Power supply/battery mounting location .......... 23
Preparing for meta data recording ................... 23
PREV button ..................................................... 20
PROPERTY ................................................ 53, 54
PROPERTY DISP. ............................................. 58
PROPERTY SETUP - P2 CARD CAP ................ 53
Proxy indicator .................................................. 11
■ Q
Quantization .............................................. 54, 56
■ R
R CONTRAST ................................................... 69
Rated input ....................................................... 57
Rated output ..................................................... 57
REC button ....................................................... 20
REC FORMAT(HD) ........................................... 72
REC FORMAT(SD) ............................................ 72
RE-CONNECTION ............................................ 52
RECORD ........................................................... 54
Record mode .................................................... 10
Record/Playback Screen .................................. 45
Recording .................................................. 35, 44
Recording clips .................................................. 6
Recording formats ............................................ 53
Recording media .............................................. 53
Recording Times ....................................... 30, 54
Recording/Playback Screen .......................... 5, 6
REF IN jack ....................................................... 22
REF LEVEL ....................................................... 67
Reference input ................................................ 55
Remaining card capacity ................................. 44
REMOTE button ................................................ 18
REMOTE connector .......................................... 23
REMOTE, REF ERROR, TEXT MEMO
indicator ........................................................ 45
REMOTE/MODE button .................................... 18
Removing ......................................................... 31
REPAIR CLIP .................................................... 52
REPEAT PLAY .................................................. 60
Repeat playback ................................................ 9
Reproducing the Time Code and User Bits ..... 49
RESET/TC PRESET button ................................ 19
Resolution ......................................................... 55
REW button ....................................................... 20
REW, PREV button ............................................ 20
RS-422A I/O ...................................................... 56
RUN MODE ...................................................... 63
■ S
SAME FORMAT CLIPS ..................................... 50
Sampling frequency .................................. 54, 56
SAVE ................................................................. 76
60
Index:
SAVE AS ........................................................... 74
SD analog composite output ............................ 55
SD Mode ........................................................... 30
SD serial digital ................................................. 55
SD/SDHC memory card slot ............................. 21
SD/SDHC Memory Cards ................................. 92
SDCARD FORMAT ........................................... 74
SDCARD PROPERTY ........................................ 74
SDI input .................................................... 55, 56
SDI OUT Jack ................................................... 40
SDI output ......................................................... 56
SEEK POS SEL ................................................. 60
SELECTED CLIPS ............................................. 50
Selected number of clips .................................. 11
Selecting clips .................................................. 16
Setting Time Code and User Bits ..................... 47
SETUP ........................................................ 56, 64
SETUP - VERIFY ............................................... 55
Setup Menu ............................................... 52, 50
SHIFT + SET buttons ........................................ 19
SHIFT button ..................................................... 19
Shot mark indicator ........................................... 11
Shot Marks ................................................. 16, 38
SHUTTLE MAX .................................................. 60
Side-By-Side/Frame Packing ............................ 40
Simple property display .................................... 11
Single Clips ....................................................... 15
Slave (R) Jack ............................................ 39, 41
SLOT CLIPS ...................................................... 51
Slot status indicators ........................................ 46
SORT ................................................................ 57
Speaker ............................................................ 21
SPEAKER OUT ................................................. 67
Specifications ................................................... 53
Status message ................................................ 11
STILL/PAUSE button ......................................... 20
STOP button ..................................................... 20
STOP EE SEL .................................................... 59
STORAGE ......................................................... 55
Storage device information ............................... 34
Storage device types ........................................ 28
Storage devices ......................................... 11, 27
SYNC PB ........................................................... 18
SYNC PB Mode ................................................ 48
Synchronizing Playback ................................... 49
Synchronous Playback Mode (SYNC PB) ........ 41
SYS H(HD) ........................................................ 72
SYS H(SD) ........................................................ 73
SYSTEM ............................................................ 71
System format ................................................... 10
System format indicator .................................... 45
SYSTEM INFO ................................................... 77
■ T
TC OUTPUT REF .............................................. 63
TC/UB/CTL ........................................................ 62
TCG MODE ....................................................... 62
TEXT MEMO CLIPS .......................................... 51
Text memo indicator ......................................... 11
Text memo location .......................................... 15
Text Memos ............................................... 16, 38
Thumbnail .................................... 11, 20, 50, 56
Thumbnail attributes ......................................... 13
Bold and italicized page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 1, while the other
page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 2.
THUMBNAIL button .........................................
Thumbnail Editing ..................................... 22,
Thumbnail Screen .... 34, 45, 46, 51, 5, 10,
Thumbnail scroll bar ........................................
THUMBNAIL SIZE ............................................
Thumbnail size .................................................
Thumbnail warning information ........................
Time Code .......................................... 36, 44,
TIME CODE IN .................................................
TIME CODE IN/OUT Jacks ..............................
Time code input ...............................................
TIME CODE OUT .............................................
Time code output .............................................
Time display .....................................................
TIMEOUT ..........................................................
TOP/BOTTOM buttons .....................................
Total capacity ...................................................
Total remaining recording time ........................
Type of thumbnails ...........................................
19
39
37
12
57
13
87
47
22
22
56
22
56
11
69
19
44
40
12
Warning information displayed in SYNC PB
mode ............................................................
Warning information for unit status ...................
Waveform Monitor (WFM) Display ....................
WFM TYPE ........................................................
Wide indicator ..................................................
WIDE SEL .........................................................
89
85
46
68
11
64
■ Y
Year, Month, Day and Time .............................. 28
■ U
62
11
65
18
36
55
27
21
81
23
40
47
70
54
71
19
71
71
71
71
71
80
Index
UBG MODE ......................................................
Unknown clip indicator ....................................
UPCONV. MODE ..............................................
USB DEVICE ....................................................
USB Device ............................................... 37,
USB HOST .................................. 37, 56, 45,
USB HOST Connector ......................................
USB HOST port ................................................
USB Keyboard .................................................
USB2.0 device port ..........................................
Used space ......................................................
User Bits .................................................... 36,
USER BUTTON ................................................
USER CLIP NAME ..................................... 23,
USER1 ....................................................... 70,
USER1-3, 4-6buttons .......................................
USER2 ..............................................................
USER3 ..............................................................
USER4 ..............................................................
USER5 ..............................................................
USER6 ..............................................................
Using a Keyboard ............................................
■ V
Variable Frame Rate (VFR) Recording ............... 7
Variable speed ................................................. 15
Variable speed playback ..................... 8, 15, 38
VERSION .......................................................... 77
VFR REC .......................................................... 59
VIDEO .............................................................. 63
Video compression methods ........................... 54
VIDEO INPUT ................................................... 55
VIDEO OUT jack .............................................. 23
VIDEO OUTPUT ............................................... 55
Video recording signals ................................... 53
Viewing storage device information ................. 31
VITC BLANK ..................................................... 62
VITC POS-1 ...................................................... 62
VITC POS-2 ...................................................... 62
■ W
Warning information displayed in 3D REC/PB
mode ............................................................ 89
Bold and italicized page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 1, while the other
page numbers (00) indicate pages in Volume 2.
Index:
61
62
63
Information for Users on Collection and Disposal of Old Equipment and
used Batteries
These symbols on the products, packaging, and/or accompanying documents mean that
used electrical and electronic products and batteries should not be mixed with general
household waste.
For proper treatment, recovery and recycling of old products and used batteries, please take
them to applicable collection points, in accordance with your national legislation and the
Directives 2002/96/EC and 2006/66/EC.
EU
By disposing of these products and batteries correctly, you will help to save valuable
resources and prevent any potential negative effects on human health and the environment
which could otherwise arise from inappropriate waste handling.
For more information about collection and recycling of old products and batteries, please
contact your local municipality, your waste disposal service or the point of sale where you
purchased the items.
Penalties may be applicable for incorrect disposal of this waste, in accordance with national
legislation.
For business users in the European Union
EU
If you wish to discard electrical and electronic equipment, please contact your dealer or
supplier for further information.
Information on Disposal in other Countries outside the European Union
These symbols are only valid in the European Union. If you wish to discard these items,
please contact your local authorities or dealer and ask for the correct method of disposal.
Cd
Note for the battery symbol (bottom two symbol examples):
This symbol might be used in combination with a chemical symbol. In this case it complies
with the requirement set by the Directive for the chemical involved.
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