Panasonic AG-HPX170 User guide

Panasonic AG-HPX170 User guide
Panasonic Broadcast
AG-HPX170
Menu Information
Using the setup menus
Use the setup menus to change the settings to
suit the scenes you are shooting or what you are
recording.
MENU button
Operation lever
MENU
THUMBNAIL
PUSH-SET
2
3
PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to move the highlight to the
setting you want.
Press the Operation lever (or push it in the
q direction) to display the items.
Example:
AUTO SW
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
ON
6dB
ON
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
4
Using the menus
AUTO SW
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
• If the thumbnail menu is displayed, press the
THUMBNAIL button to release the display.
(Page 66)
• The menu items indicated in the blue
characters cannot be used.
1
When the unit is in other than playback or
recording mode, press the MENU button.
The following is displayed on the viewfinder
and LCD screen.
CAM mode (Example)
Push the Operation lever in the e or r
direction to move to the setting you want.
Example:
ON
6dB
ON
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
5
Press the Operation lever to confirm the
setting.
To change a value, push the Operation lever in
the e or r direction to change as necessary.
Example:
AUTO SW
CAMERA MENU
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
1 . SCENE FILE
2 . CAMERA SETUP
3 . SW MODE
4 . AUTO SW
5 . RECORDING SETUP
6 . AV IN/OUT SETUP
7 . DISPLAY SETUP
8 . CARD FUNCTIONS
6dB
12dB
OFF
ON
PUSH MENU TO RETURN
PUSH MENU TO EXIT
MCR mode (Example)
6
MCR MENU
1 . RECORDING SETUP
2 . PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS
3 . AV IN/OUT SETUP
4 . DISPLAY SETUP
5 . OTHER FUNCTIONS
PUSH MENU TO EXIT
94
7
To change other settings, repeat steps 4
and 5.
When you finish, press the MENU button to
return to the function screen.
To change other functions, repeat steps 2
to 5.
When you exit the menu mode, press the
MENU button again to return to the normal
screen.
Initializing the menu settings
The menu settings contain both the user file
settings and the scene file settings. You can
initialize them separately.
To initialize the user file (i.e. all the settings
other than the scene file settings)
Select INITIAL in USER FILE of the OTHER
FUNCTIONS screen. The current menu settings of
user file will return to the factory settings.
To initialize the scene file
From the 6 scene files, select the one you want to
initialize with the scene dial. Then in the SCENE
FILE screen, LOAD/SAVE/INIT, select INITIAL.
The settings for only the selected scene file are
returned to the factory settings.
• This does not effect the other scene files.
Menu
To simultaneously initialize the user file and the
scene files
Select YES under MENU INIT on the OTHER
FUNCTIONS screen. This returns the user file and
the 6 scene files to their factory settings.
95
Setup menu structure
CAM (camera) mode menu
CAMERA MENU
SCENE FILE
(Pages 98 - 100)
CAMERA SETUP
(Page 100)
ASPECT CONV
SETUP
SW MODE
(Pages 101 - 103)
AUTO SW
(Pages 103 - 104)
A.IRIS
AGC
ATW
AF
RECORDING SETUP
(Pages 104 - 106)
AV IN/OUT SETUP
(Pages 107 - 108)
CMPNT/SDI SEL
SDI OUT
SDI METADATA
SDI EDH
DOWNCON MODE
HP MODE
TEST TONE
INT MIC
DISPLAY SETUP
(Pages 108 - 109)
CARD FUNCTIONS
(Pages 109 - 110)
SCENE FILE
USER FILE
SD CARD FORMAT
OTHER FUNCTIONS
(Pages 110 - 112)
OPTION MENU
(Page 112)
96
1394 STATUS
1394 CONFIG
MID GAIN
HIGH GAIN
ATW
HANDLE ZOOM
IRIS DIAL
USER1
USER2
USER3
FOCUS ASSIST
MF ASSIST
WFM
LCD
REC FORMAT
480i REC MODE
REC FUNCTION
ONE SHOT TIME
INTERVAL TIME
PREREC MODE
MIC ALC
MIC GAIN 1
MIC GAIN 2
25M REC CH SEL
TC MODE
TCG
TC PRESET
UB MODE
UB PRESET
TIME STAMP
USER FILE
REMOTE
1394 CONTROL
1394 CMD SEL
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
REC LAMP
BEEP SOUND
CLOCK SET
TIME ZONE
POWER SAVE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
LOAD/SAVE/INIT
OPERATION TYPE
FRAME RATE
SYNCRO SCAN
DETAIL LEVEL
V DETAIL LEVEL
DETAIL CORING
CHROMA LEVEL
CHROMA PHASE
COLOR TEMP Ach
COLOR TEMP Bch
MASTER PED
A.IRIS LEVEL
DRS
GAMMA
KNEE
MATRIX
SKIN TONE DTL
V DETAIL FREQ
NAME EDIT
ZEBRA DETECT 1
ZEBRA DETECT 2
MARKER
SAFETY ZONE
FOCUS BAR
VIDEO OUT OSD
DATE/TIME
LEVEL METER
ZOOM·FOCUS
CARD/BATT
P2CARD REMAIN
OTHER DISPLAY
LCD BACKLIGHT
LCD SET
EVF SET
SELF SHOOT
DISPLAY ASPECT
EVF COLOR
REC COUNTER
Setup menu structure (continued)
MCR (playback) mode menu
PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS
(Page 107)
AUDIO OUT
AV IN/OUT SETUP
(Pages 107 - 108)
CMPNT/SDI SEL
SDI OUT
SDI METADATA
SDI EDH
DOWNCON MODE
DISPLAY SETUP
(Pages 108 - 109)
OTHER FUNCTIONS
(Pages 110 - 112)
USER FILE
REMOTE
PC MODE
ACCESS LED
CLOCK SET
TIME ZONE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
OPTION MENU
(Page 112)
1394 STATUS
1394 CONFIG
MCR FORMAT
480i MCR MODE
1394 TC REGEN
TC MODE
TCG
TC PRESET
1394 UB REGEN
UB MODE
UB PRESET
1394 IN PRESET
VIDEO OUT OSD
DATE/TIME
LEVEL METER
CARD/BATT
P2CARD REMAIN
OTHER DISPLAY
CAMERA DATA
LCD BACKLIGHT
LCD SET
EVF SET
DISPLAY ASPECT
EVF COLOR
Menu
MCR MENU
RECORDING SETUP
(Pages 104 - 106)
97
Setup menu list
SCENE FILE screen
LOAD/SAVE/INIT
Display
mode
(Camera)
OPERATION TYPE
(Camera)
FRAME RATE
(Camera)
SYNCRO SCAN
(Camera)
Item
98
DETAIL LEVEL
(Camera)
V DETAIL LEVEL
(Camera)
DETAIL CORING
(Camera)
CHROMA LEVEL
(Camera)
CHROMA PHASE
(Camera)
COLOR TEMP Ach
(Camera)
COLOR TEMP Bch
(Camera)
MASTER PED
(Camera)
A.IRIS LEVEL
(Camera)
Description of settings
LOAD:
Loads the scene file settings saved using SAVE.
SAVE:
Saves the changed scene file settings.
INITIAL:
The settings of the scene file selected with the scene file dial are
returned to the factory settings.
Switches the shutter and frame rate operation to the video type or film
type.
VIDEO CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed using 1/n units.
FILM CAM: SYNCRO SCAN is displayed as an angle.
Selects the shooting interval and exposure time when 720P and FILM
CAM is selected. The DEFAULT value is dependent on the frame rate
of the recording format.
DEFAULT, 12, 15, 18, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 30, 32, 34, 36, 40,
44, 48, 54, 60 FRAME
Adjusts the synchro scan shutter speed used for shooting images on a
TV screen, etc.
Pushing the Operation lever the e or r direction and holding it down
will cause the values to change at a faster rate.
When VIDEO CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option
setting:
• 60P/60i:
1/60.0...1/249.8
• 30P/30PN:
1/30.0...1/48.0...1/249.8
• 24P/24PA/24PN:
1/24.0...1/48.0...1/249.8
When FILM CAM is selected as the OPERATION TYPE option setting:
The shutter speed is displayed as an angle such as “180.0 d.”
10.0 deg...180.0 deg...360.0 deg (the angle can be changed in
increments of 0.5 degrees)
Adjusts the level of the image outline correction (in the horizontal and
vertical directions).
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the level of outline correction in the vertical direction.
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the level of noise reduction of the detail signal.
-7...0...+7
Set to – for a clearer image. Noise increases slightly.
Set to + to reduce noise.
Adjusts the chroma level.
-7...0...+7
Makes fine adjustments to the chroma phase.
-7...0...+7
Makes fine adjustments to the color temperature (after white balance
Ach adjustment).
-7...0...+7
Makes fine adjustments to the color temperature (after white balance
Bch adjustment).
-7...0...+7
Adjusts the master pedestal (black level of the image) as the basis for
images.
-100...0...+100
Sets the desired AUTO IRIS level.
-10...0...+10
SCENE FILE screen (continued)
GAMMA
(Camera)
KNEE
(Camera)
MATRIX
(Camera)
SKIN TONE DTL
(Camera)
Description of settings
Selects the DRS (Dynamic Range Stretcher) function.
This function compresses the video signal level to extend the dynamic
range making it possible to correctly render highlight areas without
overexposure and loss of detail that would otherwise occur.
OFF, 1, 2, 3
• Larger values indicate a higher compression level of highlight areas.
• Only effective in 60i and 60P VIDEO CAM.
• In slow shutter mode, the options are shown in blue and you cannot
make selection.
Selects gamma curve.
HD NORM:
This gamma setting is suitable for HD shooting.
LOW:
LOW: Makes a mellow image using the gamma curve which has a
gentle incline in low-brightness curve. The contrast sharpens.
SD NORM:
This is the normal video setting, carried over from the DVX100 series.
HIGH:
Expands the tone of dark parts and makes a brighter image using the
gamma curve which has a sharp incline in low-brightness curve. The
contrast softens.
B.PRESS:
Makes the contrast shaper than LOW.
CINE-LIKE_D:
Makes a cinema-like image.
CINE-LIKE_V:
Makes a cinema-like image with emphasized contrast.
When you select CINE-LIKE gamma, we recommend to set the lens
aperture lower than normal image level (approximately 1/2) to enjoy the
full benefit of the function.
To avoid overexposure, select the compression level (knee point) of the
high intensity video signals received through CCD.
AUTO:
Sets the level automatically according to the received signals.
LOW:
Low setting (Compression starts at approx. 80%.)
MID:
Medium setting (Compression starts at approx. 90%.)
HIGH:
High Setting (Compression starts at approx. 100%.)
Selects the MATRIX table suitable for the desired color expression
during shooting.
NORM1:
Suitable for shooting in the open air or under a halogen lamp.
NORM2:
Suitable for brighter colors than the NORM1 mode.
FLUO:
Suitable for shooting under fluorescent light indoors.
CINE-LIKE:
Suitable for cinema-like image.
Sets the skin tone details. Select ON to reduce the skin tone details
and soften the skin tone.
ON OFF
Menu
DRS
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
99
Setup menu list (continued)
SCENE FILE screen (continued)
V DETAIL FREQ
Display
mode
(Camera)
NAME EDIT
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
Sets the vertical detail for shooting in 480i progressive mode.
THIN: Makes the detail thin.
MID: Makes the detail slightly thicker.
THICK: Makes the detail thicker.
When images were shot in the progressive mode in which the vertical
detail is set as “THIN” or “MID” and are played on a monitoring
television (60i interlace), you will see flickers caused on horizontal
lines and almost horizontal oblique lines. When playing back images
in the progressive mode or when editing images or performing other
postprocessing, images with a higher resolution will be obtained with
the THIN or MID setting than with the THICK setting.
Edits the name of the selected scene file you have selected with the
scene file dial.
CAMERA SETUP screen
ASPECT CONV
Display
mode
(Camera)
SETUP
(Camera)
Item
100
Description of settings
elects the aspect ratio of the image you record in 480i format. This item
cannot be selected when the 1080i or 720P recording format is used.
(Page 41)
SIDE CROP: Crops the right and left edges of the image.
LETTER BOX: Adds black bands at the top and bottom of the image.
SQUEEZE: Squeezes the image horizontally.
Switch the setup level of video signals in 480i format using a P2 card.
0%:
Setup is switched to 0% for both the camera output and the recording.
7.5%A:
Setup is switched to 7.5% for the camera output and 0% for the
recording.
___indicates the factory setting.
SW MODE screen
HIGH GAIN
(Camera)
ATW
(Camera)
HANDLE ZOOM
(Camera)
IRIS DIAL
(Camera)
Description of settings
Sets the gain value assigned to the M position of the GAIN switch.
0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB
Sets the gain value assigned to the H position of the GAIN switch.
0dB, 3dB, 6dB, 9dB, 12dB
Sets the operation of the ATW (Auto Tracking White Balance) function
assigned to the WHITE BAL switch. When the ATW function is set to
the AUTO/MANUAL switch or USER button, the operation remains
effective.
Ach:
Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to A.
Bch:
Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to B.
PRST:
Activates the ATW function when the WHITE BAL switch is set to PRST.
OFF:
Deactivates the ATW function.
Sets the zoom speed assigned to each setting position of the HANDLE
ZOOM switch.
L/OFF/H:
Sets LOW (low speed)/OFF/HIGH (high speed) to the 1/2/3 position.
(Zoom is disabled when set to OFF.)
L/M/H:
Sets LOW (low speed)/MID (medium speed)/HIGH (high speed) to the
1/2/3 position.
L/OFF/M:
Sets LOW (low speed)/OFF/MID (medium speed) to the 1/2/3 position.
(Zoom is disabled when set to OFF.)
Sets the rotation direction and the aperture control of the IRIS dial. (In
MANUAL IRIS mode)
DOWN OPEN:
The iris opens when the IRIS dial is turned downward.
UP OPEN:
The iris opens when the IRIS dial is turned upward.
Menu
MID GAIN
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
___indicates the factory setting.
101
Setup menu list (continued)
SW MODE screen (continued)
USER1
Display
mode
(Camera)
USER2
(Camera)
USER3
(Camera)
Item
102
Description of settings
Selects the function assigned to the USER1 button.
REC CHECK:
Performs Rec Check.
SPOTLIGHT:
Auto iris control for the spotlight ON/OFF.
BACKLIGHT:
Auto iris control for the backlight compensation. (Page 42)
BLACKFADE:
Blackfade (Page 42)
WHITEFADE:
Whitefade (Page 42)
ATW:
ATW function ON/OFF.
ATWLOCK:
Fixes the white balance value when the button is pressed during ATW.
Press again to perform ATW.
GAIN: 18dB
Press the button to set the gain value to 18 dB. This setting takes effect
with the 60i and 60P recording formats only. It is not valid when the
recording frame rate is less than 54 fps or when the slow shutter mode
(1/15) is established.
• When the gain value is set to 18 dB or set from 18 dB to another
value, the image can be disordered for a moment.
• If the unit is being used in the MANUAL mode or AUTO mode, set the
AGC item on the AUTO SW screen of the setting menu to OFF to use
this function.
D.ZOOM:
Changes the ratio of the DIGITAL ZOOM function.
Each press of the button changes the ratio in the following order: OFF
(x1)  x2  x5  x10  OFF (x1). (Page 30)
TEXT MEMO:
Records text memos (with P2 cards) (Page 44)
SHOT MARK:
Shot mark recording (Page 44)
LVL METER:
Switches the display channels of the audio level meter. (When Ch1/Ch2
and Ch3/Ch4 are displayed)
LAST CLIP:
Deletes the last recorded clip. (Page 45)
PRE REC:
Turns the PRE REC function ON or OFF.
F.RATE+:
Changes the frame rate.
F.RATE-:
Changes the frame rate.
Selects the function assigned to the USER2 button.
The settings are the same as USER1 above.
BACKLIGHT
Selects the function assigned to the USER3 button.
The settings are the same as USER1 above.
TEXT MEMO
___indicates the factory setting.
SW MODE screen (continued)
FOCUS ASSIST
Display
mode
(Camera)
MF ASSIST
(Camera)
WFM
(Camera)
LCD
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
Allocates a function to the FOCUS ASSIST button.
EXPANDED:
Magnifies the center portion of the image.
GRAPH:
Displays a frequency distribution graph at the top right in the viewfinder
and LCD monitor.
BOTH:
Magnifies the center portion of the image and displays a histogram.
Automatically sets the last focus during manual focusing.
ON:
Automatically sets the last focus.
• The focus may not be set correctly if the last focus differs
considerably from the manually set focus.
• You cannot operate using the remote control connected to the CAM
REMOTE jack.
OFF:
The focus is not adjusted automatically.
Switches the waveform display that appears when the WFM button is
pressed.
WAVE:
Displays a waveform.
VECTOR:
Opens a vector display.
WAVE/VECT:
Each press of the button, switches the settings in the following order:
OFF  WAVE (waveform)  VECTOR (vector)  OFF.
Allocates a function to the LCD button.
LCD REV:
Flips the LCD image vertically and horizontally.
OVERSCAN:
Switches between overscan and underscan of the LCD/viewfinder
image.
This button toggles between the overscan and underscan image at
each press.
LCD BL:
Switches the brightness of the LCD backlight.
• The brightness of the backlight set using LCD BL is retained when
functions assigned using the LCD button change.
Item
A.IRIS
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
ON:
Performs the auto iris control in auto mode. The IRIS button is
deactivated.
OFF:
Deactivates the auto iris control in auto mode. This performs the iris
control selected with the IRIS button.
___indicates the factory setting.
Menu
AUTO SW screen
103
Setup menu list (continued)
AUTO SW screen (continued)
AGC
Display
mode
(Camera)
ATW
(Camera)
AF
(Camera)
Item
Description of settings
Sets the Auto Gain Control when the ON is selected in A.IRIS.
6dB:
Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 6 dB) in auto mode.
12dB:
Performs the Auto Gain Control (max. 12 dB) in auto mode.
OFF:
Does not perform the Auto Gain Control in auto mode. Initiates the
control of the gain selected by the GAIN switch.
ON:
Performs the ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) function in auto
mode. You cannot select ON/OFF of the ATW function with the WHITE
BAL switch or the USER button when this is selected. However, if
ATWLOCK is assigned to the USER button, you can set the white
balance value with the USER button.
OFF:
Does not perform the white balance function in auto mode. This
performs the white balance function selected with the WHITE BAL
switch.
ON:
Performs auto focusing in auto mode. You cannot use the FOCUS
switch and PUSH AUTO button when this is selected.
OFF:
Does not perform auto focusing in auto mode.This performs the
focusing selected with the FOCUS switch or PUSH AUTO button.
RECORDING SETUP screen
REC FORMAT
Display
mode
(Camera)
MCR FORMAT
(MCR)
480i REC MODE
(Camera)
480i MCR MODE
(MCR)
REC FUNCTION
(Camera)
ONE-SHOT TIME
(Camera)
INTERVAL TIME
(Camera)
PREREC MODE
(Camera)
MIC ALC
(Camera)
MIC GAIN 1
(Camera)
Item
104
Description of settings
Selects the recording format.
1080i/60i, 1080i/30P, 1080i/24P, 1080i/24PA, 720P/60P, 720P/30P,
720P/24P, 720P/30PN, 720P/24PN, 480i/60i, 480i/30P, 480i/24P,
480i/24PA
Selects playback or a 1394 input format.
1080i/60i, 720P/60P, 720P/30PN, 720P/24PN, 480i/60i
Select the recording mode for a 480i recording format.
DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV
Selects format for playback or 1394 input in the 480i recording format.
DVCPRO50, DVCPRO, DV
Selects the special recording mode. (Pages 46 - 48)
NORMAL, INTERVAL, ONE SHOT, LOOP
Selects the one-shot recording time. (Page 47)
1F, 2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s
Selects the interval time for interval recording. (Page 46)
2F, 4F, 8F, 16F, 1s, 2s, 5s, 10s, 30s, 1m, 5m, 10m
Sets PRE RECORDING to ON or OFF. (Page 46)
ON, OFF
Sets mic level auto control to ON or OFF. (Page 52)
ON, OFF
Set to ON to reduce distortion at high input levels.
This setting does not change the audio signal recording level. Use the
AUDIO control knob to adjust the audio signal recording level.
Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT
1 terminal. (Page 51)
-50dB, -60dB
___indicates the factory setting.
RECORDING SETUP screen (continued)
25M REC CH SEL
(Camera)
1394 TC REGEN
(MCR)
TC MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
TCG
(Camera)
(MCR)
TC PRESET
(Camera)
(MCR)
1394 UB REGEN
(MCR)
Description of settings
Sets the input level of the external microphone connected to the INPUT
2 terminal. (Page 51)
-50dB, -60dB
Selects the recording audio channel for DVCPRO and DV formats.
(Page 51)
2CH, 4CH
<Notes>
• Even when 4CH is selected as this item’s setting, the signals will be
input to two channels (always CH1 and CH2) when there are two
1394 input channels.
• Similarly, even when 4CH is selected, the 1394 output signals will be
delivered to two channels (always CH1 and CH2).
Selects the time code used for recording the signal from equipment
connected to the 1394 terminal.
ON:
Records using the time code of the signal input through the 1394
terminal.
OFF:
Records using the time code set in TC MODE/TCG.
• If you select ON here, this has priority over the settings in TC MODE/
TCG.
• If there is no input to the 1394 terminal, the camera follows the
settings in TC MODE/TCG.
Selects the correction mode of the internal time code generator.
DF: Uses the drop frame mode.
NDF: Uses the non-drop frame mode.
• The non-drop frame mode will be used when you set recording frame
rate of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN.
Sets the mode in which you advance the time code.
FREE RUN:
The time code is advanced regardless of the operation mode.
• When setting a frame rate other than 24P during operation with the
720P/24PN format, the FREE RUN operation for the time code will
not be performed, and the REC RUN operation will be performed
instead. It is the same when setting a frame rate other than 30P
during operation with the 720P/30PN format.
REC RUN:
The time code is advanced only when recording.
Sets the initial time code.
• Set the frame value to 0 or a multiple of 5 when you set recording
frame rate of recording format to 24P, 24PA or 24PN. If any other
value, the recorded time code will mis-match.
Selects the user information used when recording the signals from
equipment connected to the 1394 terminal.
ON:
Records using the user information of the signal input through the 1394
terminal.
OFF:
Records using the user information set in UB MODE.
• If you select ON here, this has priority over the setting in UB MODE.
• The user information is recorded only when the signal contains the
user information.
• If there is no input to the 1394 terminal, the camera follows the UB
MODE settings.
___indicates the factory setting.
Menu
MIC GAIN 2
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
105
Setup menu list (continued)
RECORDING SETUP screen (continued)
Item
UB MODE
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
Set the content for user information.
USER:
Records the information of user.
TIME:
Records the time at recording.
DATE:
Records the date at recording.
TCG:
Records the values of the time code generator.
FRM. RATE:
Records the frame rate information for frame conversion.
a
UB PRESET
106
1394 IN PRESET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(MCR)
TIME STAMP
(Camera)
b
c
d
a: Checking information for user information
b: Frame sequence No.
• 0 to 4 are displayed in the 24P/24P (ADV) mode.
• F is displayed in the 60i/30P mode.
c: Frame rates
• Frame rate (60/30/24)
• I/P ID
• Conversion data
• Frame rate coefficient
d: Recording management data
• Frame update information
• REC START/STOP information
<Note>
To play back a clip recorded with native recording
To change 1394 output user information to frame rate information,
change this setting to FRM.RATE and play back the clip. The user
information displayed on the screen at this time is changed to frame
rate information.
Sets the user information. Select USER in UB MODE.
Synchronizes the internal TCG value with the TC of 1394 input when
you press the TC SET button.
ON: The synchronization mode is on.
OFF: The synchronization mode is off.
Determines whether or not date and time information will be
superimposed on the image.
ON: Superimposes date and time information on the image.
OFF: Does not superimpose date and time information on the image.
<Note>
When DATE/TIME on the DISPLAY SETUP screen is set to OFF, the
date and time information is not superimposed.
___indicates the factory setting.
PLAYBACK FUNCTIONS screen
Item
AUDIO OUT
Display
mode
(MCR)
Description of settings
Sets the audio signals to output from the AUDIO OUT pin jack when
the P2 card or the tape is played back.
CH1 · CH2:
CH1 output = CH1 signals, CH2 output = CH2 signals
CH1:
CH1 output = CH1 signals, CH2 output = CH1 signals
CH2:
CH1 output = CH2 signals, CH2 output = CH2 signals
CH3 · CH4:
CH1 output = CH3 signals, CH2 output = CH4 signals
CH3:
CH1 output = CH3 signals, CH2 output = CH3 signals
CH4:
CH1 output = CH4 signals, CH2 output = CH4 signals
AV IN/OUT SETUP screen
CMPNT/SDI SEL
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI OUT
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI METADATA
(Camera)
(MCR)
SDI EDH
(Camera)
(MCR)
DOWNCON MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
HP MODE
(Camera)
TEST TONE
(Camera)
Description of settings
Selects the type of component terminal or SDI connector.
AUTO: Monitor with D4 terminal (720P/1080i/480i output)
1080i: Monitor with D3 terminal (1080i/480i output)
480i: Monitor with D1 terminal (480i output)
Only video recorded at 720P is cross-converted to 1080i. Crossconversion does not take place in other cases.
Selects video output from component terminal or SDI OUT terminal.
ON: Video is not output via the component terminal but from the SDI
connector.
OFF: Video is output via the component terminal but not from the SDI
connector.
Determines whether or not metadata is superimposed on SDI signals
during HD-SDI output.
ON: Superimposes metadata.
OFF: Does not superimpose metadata.
Determines whether or not EDH is superimposed on SD-SDI signals
during SD-SDI output.
ON: Superimposes EDH.
OFF: Does not superimpose EDH.
Switches down-conversion output mode.
SIDE CROP: Crops the right and left edges of the images with the 4:3
aspect ratio.
LETTER BOX: Adds black bands at the top and bottom of the images,
and the images with the 16:9 aspect ratio are displayed in the 4:3
aspect ratio.
SQUEEZE: Select this option for 16:9 aspect ratio images. When
viewed on a 4:3 aspect ratio monitor, images are squeezed horizontally.
Selects the sound heard through the headphones.
LIVE:
The sound which has been input from the microphone is output as is.
This setting is selected when delays in the sound are annoying.
RECORDING:
The sound in the status which is to be recorded (the sound
synchronized with the images) is output.
Determines whether or not a test tone is output to channels 1, 2, 3 and
4 when BARS is set to ON.
ON: Outputs a test tone to channels 1, 2, 3 and 4.
• The reference level is -12 dB.
OFF: Does not output a test tone.
___indicates the factory setting.
Menu
Item
107
Setup menu list (continued)
AV IN/OUT SETUP screen (continued)
Item
INT MIC
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
Determines whether or not input from the internal microphone is used
during recording.
ON: Uses internal microphone input.
OFF: Does not use internal microphone input.
DISPLAY SETUP screen
ZEBRA DETECT 1
Display
mode
(Camera)
ZEBRA DETECT 2
(Camera)
MARKER
(Camera)
SAFETY ZONE
(Camera)
FOCUS BAR
(Camera)
VIDEO OUT OSD
(Camera)
(MCR)
DATE/TIME
(Camera)
(MCR)
LEVEL METER
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
Item
ZOOM·FOCUS
108
CARD/BATT
(Camera)
(MCR)
P2CARD REMAIN
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
Selects the brightness level of the left-leaning zebra patterns on the
screen.
50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%
Selects the brightness level of the right-leaning zebra patterns on the
screen.
50%, 55%, 60%, 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85%, 90%, 95%, 100%, 105%,
OFF
<Note>
The zebra patterns do not appear if you select OFF.
Select ON to display the marker. (Page 40)
ON, OFF
To display the marker, press the ZEBRA button.
Sets SAFETY ZONE to ON or OFF.
OFF, 90%, 4:3, 13:9, 14:9
Turns the FOCUS ASSIST bar display ON or OFF.
ON, OFF
When set to ON, the FOCUS ASSIST bar can be displayed.
Select ON to output the information displayed on the screen together
with the signals from the VIDEO IN/OUT jack.
ON, OFF
Sets whether to display the date and time on the screen and whether to
output from the VIDEO IN/OUT jack.
OFF:
The date and time are not displayed.
TIME:
The time is displayed.
DATE:
The date is displayed.
TIME&DATE:
The time and date are displayed.
Select ON to display the audio level meter.
ON, OFF
Selects the unit of zoom and focus values.
OFF, NUMBER, mm/feet, mm/m
<Note>
Use the mm/feet or mm/m display only as a general guideline since it is
not entirely accurate.
Select ON to display the remaining P2 card recording capacity and
remaining battery charge.
ON, OFF
Determines how remaining P2 card capacity is displayed.
ONE-CARD: Displays how much space is left on the P2 card that is
currently being recorded.
TOTAL: Displays the total amount of space that is left on P2 cards
inserted in the camera.
___indicates the factory setting.
DISPLAY SETUP screen (continued)
Item
OTHER DISPLAY
CAMERA DATA
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
(MCR)
LCD BACKLIGHT
(Camera)
(MCR)
LCD SET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
EVF SET
SELF SHOOT
DISPLAY ASPECT
(Camera)
(MCR)
EVF COLOR
(Camera)
(MCR)
REC COUNTER
(Camera)
Description of settings
Select how much information to display on the screen. (Page 93)
OFF, PARTIAL, ALL
When set to ON, camera-recorder data (image stabilizer, aperture, gain
value) made during shooting is displayed in playback of clips recorded
in the DV format.
ON, OFF
<Note>
Appears only when 480i REC MODE (Page 104) is set to DV.
Adjusts the backlight of the LCD monitor. Select HIGH for brighter
backlight.
HIGH, NORMAL, LOW
Adjusts the display level of the images on the LCD monitor. (Page 22)
LCD COLOR LEVEL, LCD BRIGHTNESS, LCD CONTRAST
Adjusts the display level of the images on the viewfinder. (Page 22)
EVF COLOR LEVEL, EVF BRIGHTNESS, EVF CONTRAST
Selects the LCD mirror mode for self-portrait shooting. Select MIRROR
to reverse left and right at self-portrait shooting. (Page 40)
NORMAL, MIRROR
Selects the aspect ratio of the LCD monitor and the viewfinder.
AUTO: Changes automatically to the appropriate ratio according to the
recording or play mode information.
4:3: Fixed at 4:3.
<Note>
Black bands appear at the top and bottom of the screen when images
are displayed at a 16:9 aspect ratio. No parts of the images are
missing.
Selects color or black and white images on the viewfinder.
ON: Color
OFF: Black and white
Selects counter operation during recording.
TOTAL:
Continues counting until card is reset with the COUNTER RESET
button.
CLIP:
Resets the counter at start of recording and counts the time of each
recording session.
CARD FUNCTIONS screen
USER FILE
(Camera)
Description of settings
Reads/writes scene files from/to the SD memory card.
FILE SELECT: You can specify the file numbers of the files to be
read/written.
READ: You can read the setting values of the scene files (1 to 4) from
the SD memory card by specifying the file number.
WRITE: Saves the current setting values of the scene files (1 to 4) to
the SD memory card.
TITLE RELOAD: Updates the title list.
Reads/writes user files (excluding scene files) from/to the SD memory
card.
FILE SELECT: You can specify the file numbers of the files to be
read/written.
READ: You can read the setting values of the user files (1 to 4) from
the SD memory card by specifying the file number.
WRITE: Saves the current setting values of the user files (1 to 4) to the
SD memory card.
TITLE RELOAD: Updates the title list.
___indicates the factory setting.
Menu
SCENE FILE
Display
mode
(Camera)
Item
109
Setup menu list (continued)
CARD FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
Item
SD CARD FORMAT
Display
mode
(Camera)
Description of settings
Formats the SD memory cards.
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen
Item
USER FILE
110
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
REMOTE
(Camera)
(MCR)
1394 CONTROL
(Camera)
1394 CMD SEL
(Camera)
PC MODE
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
LOAD:
Loads the settings in a previously stored user file.
SAVE:
Saves the updated user file settings.
INITIAL:
Returns the user settings in the user file to the factory settings.
After a LOAD or INITIAL operation, turn the POWER switch off and
then back on again to make the new settings available.
• An INITIAL operation does not change the TIME ZONE settings
(Page 111).
Sets the operations of the supplied remote control unit. (Remote control
setup. (Page 18))
OFF:
Operations are not accepted from any remote control.
1:
Accepts commands from the remote control set for “operation mode 1”.
2:
Accepts commands from the remote control set for “operation mode 2”.
Sets the control method for backup recording using a backup unit
connected to the 1394 terminal.
OFF:
The backup unit is not controlled.
EXT:
The backup unit can be controlled by the START/STOP button. The
images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by the backup unit.
Note that the camera recorder does not record them.
BOTH:
The images shot by the camera recorder are recorded by both the
camera recorder and backup unit.
CHAIN:
When the camera recorder’s media approaches its end during
shooting, the backup unit in the recording stand-by mode automatically
starts recording images.
Sets how the START/STOP button works for the backup unit.
REC_P:
This switches between recording and pause.
STOP:
This switches between recording and stop.
<Note>
If the backup unit does not have a rec pause function, select STOP.
Selects the terminal for data transfer. (You cannot select USB and 1394
at the same time.)
USB DEVICE:
Mode for sending files using the USB connector.
1394 DEVICE:
Mode for sending files using the 1394 connector.
1394 HOST:
Mode for copying files from the P2 card onto an external hard disk drive
using the 1394 connector.
___indicates the factory setting.
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
ACCESS LED
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
REC LAMP
(Camera)
BEEP SOUND
(Camera)
CLOCK SET
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
TIME ZONE
Description of settings
Sets the access lamp to ON or OFF.
ON:
The lamp lights up and blinks as per the regular specifications.
OFF:
The lamp is OFF in all circumstances.
Sets lighting of the tally lamp.
OFF:
The tally lamp does not light.
FRONT:
Front tally lamp (microphone side) lights.
REAR:
Rear tally lamp (viewfinder side) lights.
BOTH:
Both tally lamps light.
Turns the beep sound ON or OFF.
ON OFF
When ON is selected, the beep is sounded when the memory of the P2
card has been used up during recording.
When the beep is sounded, the audio signals from the output connector
are muted before the beep sound is output.
Sets the camera-recorder’s calendar.
Adds to or deducts from GMT the time value of -12:00 to +13:00 in
30-minute steps. (As an exception, you can set +12:45.) Refer to the
table below.
0:00
Time
difference
00:00
– 01:00
– 02:00
– 03:00
– 04:00
– 05:00
– 06:00
– 07:00
– 08:00
– 09:00
– 10:00
– 11:00
– 12:00
+ 13:00
+ 12:00
+ 11:00
+ 10:00
+ 09:00
+ 08:00
+ 07:00
+ 06:00
+ 05:00
+ 04:00
+ 03:00
+ 02:00
+ 01:00
Area
Greenwich
Azores Islands
Mid-Atlantic
Buenos Aires
Halifax
New York
Chicago
Denver
Los Angeles
Alaska
Hawaii
Midway Island
Kwajalein
New Zealand
Solomon Islands
Guam
Tokyo
Beijing
Bangkok
Dacca
Islamabad
Abu Dhabi
Moscow
Eastern Europe
Central Europe
Time
difference
- 00:30
– 01:30
– 02:30
– 03:30
– 04:30
– 05:30
– 06:30
– 07:30
– 08:30
– 09:30
– 10:30
– 11:30
+ 11:30
+ 10:30
+ 09:30
+ 08:30
+ 07:30
+ 06:30
+ 05:30
+ 04:30
+ 03:30
+ 02:30
+ 01:30
+ 00:30
+ 12:45
Area
Newfoundland Island
Marquesas Islands
Norfolk Island
Lord Howe Island
Darwin
Menu
Item
Rangoon
Bombay
Kabul
Tehran
Chatham Islands
___indicates the factory setting.
111
Setup menu list (continued)
OTHER FUNCTIONS screen (continued)
Item
POWER SAVE
MENU INIT
OPERATION
Display
mode
(Camera)
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
Selects the power-saving mode when the Operation lever, MENU
button, THUMBNAIL button, PAGE/AUDIO MON/VAR button, DISP/
MODE CHK button, USER1-3 buttons and EVF DTL button have not
been operated for 5 minutes or so.
ON:
The camera-recorder’s power is set to OFF.
OFF:
The unit remains stopped without turning off it’s power.
• When connection is made with an external device using the 1394
cable and the communication mode is established in this way, the
power will not be set off even when none of the above buttons has
been operated.
• The power will not be turned off when a P2 card has not been
installed, even if ON has been selected.
Returns the menu settings to the factory settings.
• The time zone setting will not be changed.
Displays the power-on time (a 5-digit figure).
OPTION MENU screen
This menu is displayed when the DISP/MODE CHK button is held down, and after the details of the
shooting status are displayed, the MENU button is then pressed.Use it to check the connection status
during nonlinear editing.
Item
1394 STATUS
1394 CONFIG
112
Display
mode
(Camera)
(MCR)
(Camera)
(MCR)
Description of settings
1394 status display screen appears.
FORMAT: Format of the signals which are input or output.
RATE: Transfer rate of the signals which are input or output.
60/50: System of the signals which are input or output.
CH: Value of the channels in which the signals are input or output.
SPEED: Transfer speed of the signals which are input or output.
STATUS: Status of the signals which are input or output using the 1394
digital interface.
VIDEO: Status of the video signals which are input or output.
AUDIO: Status of the audio signals which are input or output.
1394 extended menus appear.
DFLT: Normally, DFLT is used.
1-255
___indicates the factory setting.
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement