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AJ-HDC27HP
Menu Information
Menu operations
The setting menu operations are performed using the
MENU button and JOG dial button. The menu
configuration is divided into the camera unit’s setting
menus and VTR unit’s setting menus.
It is possible to select the engineer menu which
enables all the setting menu items to be set or,
alternatively, the user menu which consists of
individually tailored menus so that only those menus
which will be used most frequently can be set.
User menu
The user menu was set when the unit was shipped.
However, the user can change the configuration of the
menus by selecting only those menus which will be
used most frequently so that they will be tailored to
the user’s individual needs.
Set the user menu on the USER MENU SELECT 1, 2,
and 3 screen of the engineer menu. The data settings
are saved in the non-volatile memory for long-term
storage. The menu settings performed in the film
mode and video mode are saved separately.
Display method
O When the MENU button is pressed, the camera
unit’s USER menu screen is displayed.
O When the MENU button is pressed again, the VTR
unit’s USER menu screen is displayed.
O When the MENU button is pressed once more, the
menu screen display is cleared.
When the power is switched on
MENU button
JOG dial button
Engineer menu
All the setting menu items can be set on this menu.
The data settings are saved in the non-volatile
memory for long-term storage.
Display method
O Hold down the MENU button for at least 3 seconds.
O When the MENU button is pressed again, the VTR
unit’s MAIN MENU screen is displayed.
O When the MENU button is pressed once more, the
menu screen display is cleared.
<Note>
The engineer menu is displayed at all times when the
AJ-EC3 extension control unit (optional accessory) is
connected to the unit for operating the unit by remote
control.
Status display
1
A
B
0d
B
Film mode and video mode
C Z73
Press the MENU
button.
¢¢¢¢ FILM USER MENU ¢¢¢¢
Camera unit’s user
menu
Press the MENU
button.
¢¢¢¢ VTR USER MENU ¢¢¢¢
VTR unit’s user
menu
Press the MENU button.
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The unit can be set to the film mode or video mode on
the OPTION screen of FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4.
When VIDEO MENU is selected as the CAM MENU
SEL setting on the OPTION screen, the FILM USER
MENU and FILM MAIN MENU displays change to the
CAM USER MENU and CAM MAIN MENU.
The menu settings performed in the film mode and
video mode are saved separately.
Menu operations (continued)
Basic setting menu operations
Displaying menus
User menu:
Engineer menu
the MENU button.
1 Press
The camera unit’s USER
menu screen is
down
1 Hold
seconds.
the MENU button for at least 3
displayed.
the MENU button is pressed again, the VTR
2 When
unit’s USER menu screen is displayed.
the JOG dial button is pressed, the next
2 When
MAIN menu screen (of the camera unit) is
displayed.
the MENU button is pressed, the VTR unit’s
3 When
MAIN MENU screen is displayed.
Press the MENU
button.
Hold down the MENU button
for at least 3 seconds.
}
FILM (CAM)
USER MENU
}
5
Press the
MENU button.
5
VTR USER MENU
FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 1
}
}
Press the JOG
dial button.
Press the JOG
dial button.
5
Press the
MENU button.
5
Press the
MENU button.
5
Press the
MENU button.
5
Press the
MENU button.
5
VTR MAIN MENU
}
FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 2
}
Press the JOG
dial button.
}
FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 3
}
Press the JOG
dial button.
}
FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 4
}
Press the JOG
dial button.
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Menu operations (continued)
Displaying sub-menus and deciding
on settings
Operations common to the user menu and
engineer menu
the JOG dial button while the USER menu
1 Turn
screen or MAIN menu screen is displayed.
the JOG dial button to move the cursor to the
3 Turn
desired item to be set, and press the JOG dial
button.
The digit whose value is to be set now flashes.
Example:
Press the JOG
dial button.
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The cursor (n) moves to the SUB menu item.
Example:
Turn the JOG
dial button.
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n 2222 FILM MAIN MENU1 2222
ROP
MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION1
COLOR CORRECTION2
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
HIGH SETTING
ADITIONAL DTL1
ADITIONAL DTL2
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
GAMMA
CAMERA SETTING
< ROP >
n MASTER PED
MASTER DTL
MASTER GAMMA
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
R PEDESTAL
G PEDESTAL
B PEDESTAL
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
+000
+00
0.45
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
4 Turn the JOG dial button to change the setting.
the desired setting is reached, press the
5 When
JOG dial button.
The setting is now entered.
the cursor (n ) to the desired SUB menu
2 Move
other items are to be set, turn the JOG dial
6 When
item, and press the JOG dial button.
button to move the cursor, and change and enter
The SUB menu is now displayed.
(The cursor appears in the title part of the SUB
menu.)
Example:
Press the JOG
dial button.
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n 2222 FILM MAIN MENU1 2222
n ROP
MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION1
COLOR CORRECTION2
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
HIGH SETTING
ADITIONAL DTL1
ADITIONAL DTL2
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
GAMMA
CAMERA SETTING
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
move to another SUB menu, turn the JOG dial
7 To
button to move the cursor to the title part of the
SUB menu, and press the JOG dial button.
The USER menu screen or MAIN menu screen is
now displayed so proceed with operation by
following the same steps.
Example:
Press the JOG
dial button.
n< ROP >
MASTER PED
MASTER DTL
MASTER GAMMA
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
R PEDESTAL
G PEDESTAL
B PEDESTAL
the settings by repeating steps 3 to 5.
+000
+00
0.45
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
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n< ROP >
MASTER PED
MASTER DTL
MASTER GAMMA
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
R PEDESTAL
G PEDESTAL
B PEDESTAL
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
+008
+00
0.45
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
+000
completion of the settings, press the MENU
8 Upon
button. The settings are now recorded, the setting
menu mode is exited, and the normal operation
mode is restored.
<Note>
To exit the camera unit’s menu, press the MENU
button twice. When the MENU button is pressed
once, operation is transferred to the VTR unit’s
menu.
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Setting menu configuration
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1
ROP
MATRIX
} MATRIX TABLE
MATRIX R-G
MATRIX R-B
MATRIX G-R
MATRIX G-B
MATRIX B-R
MATRIX B-G
COLOR CORRECTION 1
COLOR CORRECTION 2
R-Mg
Mg-B
B-Cy
Cy-G
G-Yl
Yl-R
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
} MASTER GAIN
H. DTL LEVEL
V. DTL LEVEL
DTL CORING
H. DTL FREQ
LEVEL DEPEND.
MASTER GAMMA
BLACK STRETCH
} MATRIX TABLE
} COLOR CORRECT
HIGH SETTING
} ADDITIONAL DTL1
KNEE APERTURE
SLIM DTL
ADDITIONAL DTL2
KNEE APE LVL
DTL GAIN (+)
DTL GAIN (–)
DTL CLIP
DTL SOURCE
V DTL FREQ.
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
MASTER PED
} MANUAL KNEE
KNEE POINT
KNEE SLOPE
} WHITE CLIP
WHITE CLIP LVL
A. KNEE POINT
A. KNEE LVL
A. KNEE RESPONSE
GAMMA
} CAMERA SETTING
DETAIL
HIGH COLOR
GAMMA
TEST SAW
FLARE
H-F COMPE
LIGHTING (FILM MENU)
D5600K (CAM MENU)
MASTER PED
MASTER DTL
MASTER GAMMA
R GAIN
G GAIN
B GAIN
R PEDESTAL
G PEDESTAL
B PEDESTAL
R
Mg
B
Cy
G
Yl
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
(SAT)/(PHASE)
} MASTER GAIN
H. DTL LEVEL
V. DTL LEVEL
DTL CORING
H. DTL FREQ
LEVEL DEPEND.
MASTER GAMMA
BLACK STRETCH
} MATRIX TABLE
} COLOR CORRECT
} MASTER GAIN
H. DTL LEVEL
V. DTL LEVEL
DTL CORING
H. DTL FREQ
LEVEL DEPEND.
MASTER GAMMA
BLACK STRETCH
} MATRIX TABLE
} COLOR CORRECT
} SKIN TONE DTL
} SKIN TONE ZEBRA
SKIN DTL CORING
Y MAX
Y MIN
I CENTER
I WIDTH
Q WIDTH
Q PHASE
MASTER GAMMA (FILM MENU)
R GAMMA
B GAMMA
CINE GAMMA SEL (FILM MENU)
BLACK STR. LVL (FILM MENU)
DYNAMIC LVL (FILM MENU)
<Note>
Items indicated with } are items whose settings can only be switched ON and OFF.
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Setting menu configuration (continued)
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2
VF DIAPLSY
DISP CONDITION
DISP MODE
VF OUT
VF DTL
ZEBRA1 DETECT
ZEBRA2 DETECT
ZEBRA2
LOW LIGHT LVL
SYNCHRO SCAN DISP.
ECU MENU DISP.
VF MARKER
SAFETY ZONE
CENTER MARK
FRAME SIG
MARK
LVL
VF INDICATOR
EXTENDER
SHUTTER
FILTER
WHITE
GAIN
IRIS
CAMERA ID
ZOOM LVL
COLOR TEMP
FRAME RATE
VERSION ID (FILM MENU)
CAMERA ID
ID 1: 2222222222
ID 2: 2222222222
ID 3: 2222222222
SHUTTER SPEED
SYNCHRO SCAN 1
SYNCHRO SCAN 2
POSITION 1
POSITION 2
POSITION 3
POSITION 4
POSITION 5
POSITION 6
SHUTTER SELECT
90
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 3
SYNCHRO SCAN 2
POSITION 1 SEL
POSITION 2 SEL
POSITION 3 SEL
POSITION 4 SEL
POSITION 5 SEL
POSITION 6 SEL
! LED
GAIN (0dB)
GAIN (–3dB)
SHUTTER
WHITE PRESET
EXTENDER
FILTER
BLACK STR
DAY LIGHT (FILM MENU)
D5600K (CAM MENU)
MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION
FRAME RATE
CAMERA SW MODE
FILTER INH
SHOCKLESS AWB
COLOR BARS
S. GAIN OFF
USER1 SW
USER2 SW
S. BLK LVL
ECU DATA SAVE
AUTO KNEE SW
SUPER GAIN
S. GAIN VALUE
FRAME MODE
FRAME RATE RANGE
FRAME RATE
SCAN REVERSE
USER SW FRAME RATE
CAM CARD READ/WRITE
SELECT
READ
SELECT
WRITE
CARD CONFIG
TITLE READ
READ USER DATA
TITLE 1:
TITLE 2:
TITLE 3:
TITLE 4:
TITLE 5:
TITLE 6:
TITLE 7:
TITLE 8:
CAM CARD R/W SELECT
ID READ/WRITE
CAM MAIN MENU1 LEVEL R/W
CAM MAIN MENU1 SW (}) R/W
CAM MAIN MENU2 R/W
CAM MAIN MENU3 R/W
CAM MAIN MENU4 R/W
LENS FILE
FILE SELECT
READ
WRITE
RESET ALL
TITLE
LENS FILE (CARD R/W)
CARD FILE SELECT
READ
WRITE
TITLE
GENLOCK/IRIS
H PHASE COARSE
H PHASE FINE
A. IRIS LEVEL
A. IRIS PEAK/AVE
A. IRIS MODE
S. IRIS LEVEL
IRIS GAIN
IRIS GAIN VALUE
LENS ADJ
F2.8 ADJ
F16 ADJ
Setting menu configuration (continued)
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT1
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT2
ROP
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
HIGH SETTING
ADDITIONAL DTL1
ADDITIONAL DTL2
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
GAMMA
CAMERA SETTING
VF DISPLAY
VF MARKER
VF INDICATOR
!LED
CAMERA SW MODE
SUPER GAIN
FRAME MODE
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT3
BLACK SHADING
CAM CARD READ/WRITE
CAM CARD R/W SELECT
LENS FILE
LENS FILE (CARD R/W)
GENLOCK/IRIS
DETECTION
CORRECT (DIG)
WHITE SHADING
DETECTION (V SAW)
CORRECT
FLARE
R FLARE
G FLARE
B FLARE
COLORIMETRY
MATRIX
INITIALIZE
READ FACTORY DATA
WRITE USER DATA
SCENE SEL
READ
WRITE
RESET
TITLE 1
TITLE 2
TITLE 3
TITLE 4
DIAGNOSTIC
CAMSOFT (IN)
CAMSOFT (OUT)
CAM TABLE
PLD (CAM)
PLD (SHD)
PLD (FM)
S/N
S/N
DETAIL
H-F COMPE.
GAMMA
MATRIX
FLARE
M. PED
MODULATION
MODULATION
DETAIL
H-F COMPE.
GAMMA
MATRIX
FLARE
M. PED
RESOLUTION
RESOLUTION
DETAIL
H-F COMPE.
GAMMA
MATRIX
FLARE
M. PED
SENSITIVITY
SENSITIVITY
KNEE
W. CLIP
M. PED
EVALUATION
OPTION
ENG SECURITY
SHD, ABB SW CTRL
AWB AREA
AWB & ABB OFFSET
CAM MENU SEL
SYSTEM FREQ
EVF SEL
SUPER DTL
How to interpret the menu lists
The following abbreviations indicate whether the menu changes
are stored (written) in the corresponding data or loaded (read)
from the data.
The changes cannot be stored or loaded when “/” is indicated.
S: The changes can be stored or loaded as scene file data.
C: The changes can be stored or loaded using CARD
READ/WRITE.
U: The changes can be stored or loaded as user data.
Refer to “INITIALIZE screen” (page 111).
F: The changes can be stored or loaded as READ FACTORY
DATA.
Refer to “INITIALIZE screen” (page 111).
E: The changes can be stored or loaded using ECU DATA SAVE.
Refer to “Connecting the extension control unit” (page 41).
Item
MASTER PED
Variable
range
–200
:
(FILM MENU)
+000
:
(CAM MENU)
+018
:
+200
S C U F E (Max.)
VF
display
USER
ENG
This column indicates the variable
range in which the item can be set
and the choice of the settings
which can be selected for the item.
Remarks
MASTER PEDESTAL
level setting.
Described in this column
are the operations which
can be expected to
result when the item’s
settings are selected.
USER: This appears on
the user menu
screen.
ENG: This appears on
the engineer menu
screen.
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Setting menu configuration (continued)
VTR MAIN MENU
FUNCTION
BATTERY/TAPE
BATTERY SELECT
EXT DC IN SELECT
BATT NEAR END ALARM
BATT NEAR END CANCEL
BATT END ALARM
BATT REMAIN FULL
TAPE NEAR END ALARM
TAPE NEAR END TIME
TAPE END ALARM
TAPE REMAIN/$
BATTERY SETTING
MONITOR MARKER
SAFETY ZONE
CENTER MARK
FRAME SIG
MARK
VTR VF INDICATOR
TAPE (IND)
BATTERY (IND)
LEVEL METER (IND)
AUDIO IN (IND)
TC (IND)
VTR WARNING (IND)
COMPRESSION (IND)
SAVE LED
MIC/AUDIO
FRONT MIC POWER
MIC LOWCUT CH1
MIC LOWCUT CH2
LIMITER
TEST TONE
CUE SELECT
EMBEDDED AUDIO (60 Hz)
A/V SYNCHRO
TC/UB
TC MODE
UB MODE
TCG SET HOLD
FIRST REC TC
P.OFF LCD DISPLAY
TC OUT
VITC UB MODE
TC DISP SEL
TIME/DATE
YEAR
MONTH
DAY
HOUR
MINUTE
$ TIME/DATE SET
NEWS REC MODE
HUMID OPE
REC START
PAUSE TIMER
RETAKE MODE
INTERVAL REC MODE
INTERVAL REC TIME
INTERVAL PAUSE TIME
ECU REC CHK SW
CHARACTER ON SDI
COMPRESSION MODE
AJ-BP490
AU-BP402
HP-30A
PRO14
TRIM14
TRIM13
DIGITAL14
DIGITAL13
BP-H90
BP-H100
NP-L40
NP-L40 D
BP-L60/90
NP-1B
FUNCTION
NEWS REC MODE
HUMID OPE
REC START
PAUSE TIMER
RETAKE MODE
INTERVAL REC MODE
INTERVAL REC TIME
INTERVAL PAUSE TIME
ECU REC CHK SW
CHARACTER ON SDI
COMPRESSION MODE
BATTERY/TAPE
BATTERY SELECT
EXT DC IN SELECT
BATT NEAR END ALARM
BATT NEAR END CANCEL
BATT END ALARM
BATT REMAIN FULL
TAPE NEAR END ALARM
TAPE NEAR END TIME
TAPE END ALARM
TAPE REMAIN/ $
MONITOR MARKER
SAFETY ZONE
CENTER MARK
FRAME SIG
MARK
VTR VF INDICATOR
TAPE (IND)
BATTERY (IND)
LEVEL METER (IND)
AUDIO IN (IND)
TC (IND)
VTR WARNING (IND)
COMPRESSION (IND)
SAVE LED
MIC/AUDIO
FRONT MIC POWER
MIC LOWCUT CH1
MIC LOWCUT CH2
LIMITER
TEST TONE
CUE SELECT
EMBEDDED AUDIO (60 Hz)
A/V SYNCHRO
TC/UB
TC MODE
UB MODE
TCG SET HOLD
FIRST REC TC
P.OFF LCD DISPLAY
TC OUT
VITC UB MODE
TC DISP SEL
VTR USER MENU SELECT
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VTR CARD READ/WRITE
READ
WRITE
READ USER DATA
VTR INITIALIZE
READ FACTORY DATA
WRITE VTR USER DATA
DIAGNOSTIC
OPERATION
DRUM RUNNING
THREADING
VTR SYSCON
SERVO
MECHACON
FRONT
SDI IF
CODEC
AUDIO
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MENUS
The main menu consists of FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU
(1 to 4) of the camera and the VTR MAIN MENU of the
VTR.
These screens are index screens which are used to
open the sub-menus.
The setting menu is operated with the MENU button
and JOG dial button.
(Refer to pages 86 to 88 for the menu operations.)
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 screen
SUB menu
VF
display
USER
ENG
Index for opening the ROP screen.
MATRIX
ENG
Index for opening the MATRIX screen.
COLOR
CORRECTION1
ENG
Index for opening the COLOR
CORRECTION 1 screen.
COLOR
CORRECTION2
ENG
Index for opening the COLOR
CORRECTION 2 screen.
LOW SETTING
USER
ENG
Index for opening the LOW SETTING
screen.
MID SETTING
USER
ENG
Index for opening the MID SETTING
screen.
HIGH SETTING
USER
ENG
Index for opening the HIGH SETTING
screen.
ADDITIONAL
DTL1
USER
ENG
Index for opening the ADDITIONAL
DTL 1 screen.
ADDITIONAL
DTL2
USER
ENG
Index for opening the ADDITIONAL
DTL 2 screen.
SKIN TONE DTL
USER
ENG
Index for opening the SKIN TONE
DTL screen.
KNEE/LEVEL
USER
ENG
Index for opening the KNEE/LEVEL
screen.
GAMMA
USER
ENG
Index for opening the GAMMA screen.
CAMERA
SETTING
USER
ENG
Index for opening the CAMERA
SETTING screen.
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 screen
SUB menu
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
!LED
USER
ENG
Index for opening the !LED screen.
CAMERA SW
MODE
USER
ENG
Index for opening the CAMERA SW
MODE screen.
SUPER GAIN
USER
ENG
Index for opening the SUPER GAIN
screen.
FRAME MODE
USER
ENG
Index for opening the FRAME MODE
screen.
Remarks
ROP
VF
display
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 screen
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 3 screen
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
CAM CARD
READ/WRITE
USER
ENG
Index for opening the CAM CARD
READ/WRITE screen.
CAM CARD R/W
SELECT
USER
ENG
Index for opening the CARD R/W
SELECT screen.
GENLOCK/IRIS
USER
ENG
Index for opening the GENLOCK/IRIS
screen.
LENS ADJ
ENG
Index for opening the LENS ADJ
screen.
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4 screen
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
CAM USER
ENG
MENU SELECT1
Index for opening the FILM (CAM)
USER MENU SELECT 1 screen.
CAM USER
ENG
MENU SELECT2
Index for opening the FILM (CAM)
USER MENU SELECT 2 screen.
CAM USER
ENG
MENU SELECT3
Index for opening the FILM (CAM)
USER MENU SELECT 3 screen.
BLACK
SHADING
ENG
Index for opening the BLACK
SHADING screen.
WHITE
SHADING
ENG
Index for opening the WHITE
SHADING screen.
FLARE
ENG
Index for opening the FLARE screen.
COLORIMETRY
ENG
Index for opening the COLORIMETRY
screen.
INITIALIZE
ENG
Index for opening the INITIALIZE
screen.
DIAGNOSTIC
ENG
Index for opening the DIAGNOSTIC
screen.
EVALUATION
ENG
Index for opening the EVALUATION
screen.
OPTION
ENG
Index for opening the OPTION screen.
Remarks
VF DISPLAY
USER
ENG
Index for opening the VF DISPLAY
screen.
VF MARKER
USER
ENG
Index for opening the VF MARKER
screen.
VF INDICATOR
USER
ENG
Index for opening the VF INDICATOR
screen.
CAMERA ID
ENG
Index for opening the CAMERA ID
screen.
SHUTTER
SPEED
ENG
Index for opening the SHUTTER
SPEED screen.
SHUTTER
SELECT
ENG
Index for opening the SHUTTER
SELECT screen.
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Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1
ROP screen
MATRIX screen
The ROP (Remote Operation Panel) is set on this
screen.
The camera matrix is set on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
MASTER PED
VF
display
Item
Remarks
–200
:
(FILM MENU)
+000
:
(CAM MENU)
+018
:
+200
S C U F E (Max.)
USER
ENG
MASTER DTL
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
USER
ENG
MASTER
GAMMA
0.35
:
0.45
:
S C U F E 0.75
USER
ENG
R GAIN
–200
:
+000
:
+200
S C U F E (Max.)
USER
ENG
G GAIN
–200
:
+000
:
+200
(Max.)
USER
ENG
–200
:
+000
:
+200
S C U F E (Max.)
USER
ENG
R PEDESTAL
–100
:
+000
:
+100
S C U F E (Max.)
USER
ENG
For setting R channel
PEDESTAL level.
G PEDESTAL
–100
:
+000
:
+100
(Max.)
USER
ENG
For setting G channel
PEDESTAL level.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
S C U F E (Max.)
USER
ENG
For setting B channel
PEDESTAL level.
S C U F
B GAIN
S C U F
B PEDESTAL
MASTER PEDESTAL
level setting.
H. DTL/V. DTL level
setting.
MASTER GAMMA setting.
(0.01 step)
Three different values can
be stored for LOW, MID
and HIGH in the memory.
For setting R channel
gain.
For setting G channel
gain.
For setting B channel
gain.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
∫ MATRIX TABLE A
S C U F E B
ENG
For selecting the color
adjustment display.
MATRIX R-G
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
ENG
Color adjustment
MATRIX R-B
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
ENG
Color adjustment
MATRIX G-R
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
ENG
Color adjustment
MATRIX G-B
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
ENG
Color adjustment
MATRIX B-R
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
ENG
Color adjustment
MATRIX B-G
ENG
Color adjustment
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
<Notes>
OThe white balance and black balance will not change even if the
MATRIX is changed.
OTwo tables, A and B, can be stored in the memory for the
MATRIX TABLE item.
O“00” applies for all the preset modes in MATRIX TABLE B.
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 (continued)
COLOR CORRECTION 1 screen
COLOR CORRECTION 2 screen
The camera color saturation adjustments and hue
adjustments are set on this screen.
The camera color saturation adjustments and hue
adjustments are set on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
R (SAT)
R (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: red
R-Mg (SAT)
R-Mg (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between red
and magenta
Mg (SAT)
Mg (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: magenta
Mg-B (SAT)
Mg-B (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between
magenta and blue
B (SAT)
B (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: blue
B-Cy (SAT)
B-Cy (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between blue
and cyan
Cy (SAT)
Cy (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: cyan
Cy-G (SAT)
Cy-G (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between cyan
and green
G (SAT)
G (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: green
G-Yl (SAT)
G-Yl (PHASE)
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between
green and yellow
Yl (SAT)
Yl (PHASE)
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: yellow
Yl-R (SAT)
Yl-R (PHASE)
ENG
Color saturation
adjustment and hue
adjustment: between
yellow and red
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
–63
:
+00
:
S C U F E +63
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
95
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 (continued)
LOW SETTING screen
MID SETTING screen
The low level gain is set on this screen.
The middle level gain is set on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
∫ MASTER
GAIN
(FILM MENU)
–3dB
:
0dB
:
S C U F E 30dB
VF
display
USER
ENG
Item
–3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9
dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24 dB
or 30 dB can be set.
∫ MASTER
GAIN
(FILM MENU)
–6dB, –3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6
dB, 9 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24
dB or 30 dB can be set.
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
(CAM MENU)
–6dB
:
0dB
:
S C U F E 30dB
H. DTL LEVEL
Remarks
S C U F
For setting H.DTL (detail)
level.
–3dB
:
3dB
:
30dB
USER
ENG
USER
ENG
V. DTL LEVEL
00
:
12
(FILM MENU)
:
(CAM MENU)
16
:
S C U F E 31
USER
ENG
DTL CORING
00
:
02
:
S C U F E 15
USER
ENG
For setting detail signal
noise removal level.
DTL CORING
H. DTL FREQ
00
:
22
:
S C U F E 31
USER
ENG
For selecting H.DTL
FREQUENCY.
H. DTL FREQ
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
:
2
:
5
USER
ENG
For setting LEVEL
DEPEND.
The detail of only the dark
areas is removed when
the Y detail is boosted.
The higher the figure set
for this item, the broader
the range of the detail
which is removed.
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
:
2
:
5
MASTER
GAMMA
0.35
:
0.45
:
S C U F E 0.75
USER
ENG
Master gamma setting.
(0.01 step)
MASTER
GAMMA
BLACK
+3, +2, +1,
STRETCH
OFF,
S C U F E –1, –2, –3
USER
ENG
For correcting the black
level gradation.
A
∫ MATRIX
B
TABLE
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
ON
∫ COLOR
OFF
CORRECT
S C U F E
USER
ENG
Remarks
–3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9
dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24 dB
or 30 dB can be set.
–6dB, –3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6
dB, 9 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24
dB or 30 dB can be set.
00
:
08
:
12
:
63
USER
ENG
For setting H.DTL (detail)
level.
00
:
12
:
16
:
31
USER
ENG
For setting V.DTL (detail)
level.
00
:
02
:
15
USER
ENG
For setting detail signal
noise removal level.
00
:
22
:
31
USER
ENG
For selecting H.DTL
FREQUENCY.
USER
ENG
For setting LEVEL
DEPEND.
The detail of only the dark
areas is removed when
the Y detail is boosted.
The higher the figure set
for this item, the broader
the range of the detail
which is removed.
USER
ENG
Master gamma setting.
(0.01 step)
S C U F
0.35
:
0.45
:
0.75
BLACK
STRETCH
S C U F
+3, +2, +1,
OFF,
–1, –2, –3
USER
ENG
For correcting the black
level gradation.
For selecting the color
correction matrix table.
∫ MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F
A
B
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting the color
correction matrix table.
For setting the 12-axis
independent color
correction to ON or OFF.
∫ COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the 12-axis
independent color
correction to ON or OFF.
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
For setting V.DTL (detail)
level.
V. DTL LEVEL
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
S C U F
S C U F
S C U F E
VF
display
–6dB
:
6dB
:
30dB
00
:
08
(FILM MENU)
:
(CAM MENU)
12
:
S C U F E 63
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
96
H. DTL LEVEL
Variable
range
S C U F
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 (continued)
HIGH SETTING screen
∫ ADDITIONAL DTL 1 screen
The high level gain is set on this screen.
The special detail features of the camera are set on
this screen.
Item
∫ MASTER
GAIN
(FILM MENU)
S C U F
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
H. DTL LEVEL
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
V. DTL LEVEL
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
S C U F
DTL CORING
S C U F
H. DTL FREQ
S C U F
Variable
range
–3dB
:
6dB
:
30dB
VF
display
USER
ENG
–6dB
:
12dB
:
30dB
Item
–3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9
dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24 dB
or 30 dB can be set.
–6dB, –3 dB, 0 dB, 3 dB, 6
dB, 9 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 24
dB or 30 dB can be set.
KNEE
APERTURE
Variable
range
VF
display
USER
ENG
For setting the knee
aperture to ON or OFF.
At the “ON” setting, the
detail above the knee
point is boosted.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the mode to
make the detail finer to
ON or OFF.
S C U F E
SLIM DTL
USER
ENG
00
:
12
:
16
:
31
USER
ENG
00
:
05
:
15
USER
ENG
00
:
22
:
31
USER
ENG
For selecting H.DTL
FREQUENCY.
USER
ENG
For setting LEVEL
DEPEND.
The detail of only the dark
areas is removed when
the Y detail is boosted.
The higher the figure set
for this item, the broader
the range of the detail
which is removed.
Remarks
ON
OFF
S C U F E
00
:
08
:
12
:
63
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
:
5
For setting H.DTL (detail)
level.
ADDITIONAL DTL2 screen
The special detail features of the camera are set on
this screen.
S C U F
MASTER
GAMMA
Remarks
For setting V.DTL (detail)
level.
For setting detail signal
noise removal level.
USER
ENG
Master gamma setting.
(0.01 step)
S C U F
0.35
:
0.45
:
0.75
BLACK
STRETCH
S C U F
+3, +2, +1,
OFF,
–1, –2, –3
USER
ENG
For correcting the black
level gradation.
∫ MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F
A
B
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting the color
correction matrix table.
∫ COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the 12-axis
independent color
correction to ON or OFF.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
KNEE APE LVL
0
:
S C U F E 5
USER
ENG
For changing the detail
level in the highbrightness areas.
DTL GAIN (+)
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
USER
ENG
For changing the H detail
level in the “+” direction.
DTL GAIN (–)
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
USER
ENG
For changing the H detail
level in the “–” (bottom)
direction.
DTL CLIP
00
:
47
:
S C U F E 63
USER
ENG
For changing the clipping
level of the detail signal.
DTL SOURCE
(G+B)/2
(R+G)/2
(2G+R+B)/4
(3G+R)/4
R
S C U F E G
USER
ENG
For setting the ratio
between the RGB signal
components which
generate the detail signal.
V DTL FREQ.
USER
ENG
For setting the V. DTL
FREQUENCY.
360TV
450TV
540TV
630TV
S C U F E 720TV
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
97
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 (continued)
SKIN TONE DTL screen
KNEE/LEVEL screen
The skin tone detail of the camera is set on this
screen.
The knee settings of the camera are performed on this
screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
∫ SKIN TONE DTL ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the skin tone
detail to ON or OFF.
∫ SKIN TONE
ZEBRA
USER
ENG
For setting zebra in the
skin tone range to ON or
OFF.
At the “ON” setting, the
amount of detail in the
zebra viewing range is
varied.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
SKIN DTL
CORING
0
:
5
:
S C U F E 7
USER
ENG
For setting detail signal
noise removal level.
Y MAX
000
:
190
:
S C U F E 255
ENG
For setting the maximum
luminance level at which
the detail is boosted.
Y MIN
000
:
010
:
S C U F E 255
ENG
I CENTER
000
:
055
:
S C U F E 255
ENG
I WIDTH
000
:
090
:
S C U F E 255
ENG
Q WIDTH
000
:
010
:
S C U F E 255
ENG
Q PHASE
ENG
–31
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
For setting the minimum
luminance level at which
the detail is boosted.
For setting the medium Iaxis level at which the
detail is boosted.
For setting the minimum Iaxis level at which the
detail is boosted.
For setting the maximum
Q-axis level at which the
detail is boosted.
For setting the minimum
Q-axis level at which the
detail is boosted.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
MASTER PED
–200
:
(FILM MENU)
+000
:
(CAM MENU)
+018
:
S C U F E +200
USER
ENG
For setting the master
pedestal level (MASTER
PED).
ON
∫ MANUAL
OFF
KNEE
S C U F E
USER
ENG
For setting the mode when
the AUTO KNEE switch is
at OFF.
KNEE POINT
(FILM MENU)
USER
ENG
For setting the manual
knee point position.
<Note>
This setting is canceled
when FILM REC has been
selected as the CINE
GAMMA SEL item setting
on the GAMMA screen.
USER
ENG
For setting the manual
knee slope.
<Note>
This setting is canceled
when FILM REC has been
selected as the CINE
GAMMA SEL item setting
on the GAMMA screen.
ON
∫ WHITE CLIP
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting white clipping
to ON or OFF.
WHITE CLIP LVL 090%
:
S C U F E 109%
USER
ENG
For setting the white
clipping level.
A. KNEE POINT
80.00%
:
(CAM MENU)
95.00%
:
(FILM MENU)
100.00%
:
S C U F E 107.00%
USER
ENG
For setting the auto knee
point position.
A. KNEE LVL
100
:
108
S C U F E 109
USER
ENG
For setting the maximum
auto knee level.
A. KNEE
RESPONSE
USER
ENG
For setting the AUTO
KNEE response rate.
30%
:
65%
:
S C U F E 90%
(CAM MENU)
80.00%
:
95.00%
:
S C U F E 107.00%
KNEE SLOPE
(FILM MENU)
150%
:
500%
:
S C U F E 600%
(CAM MENU)
00
:
50
:
S C U F E 99
1
2
3
S C U F E 4
<Note>
The gamma characteristics are set using the KNEE POINT and
KNEE SLOPE items when VIDEO REC was selected as the CINE
GAMMA SEL item setting on the GAMMA screen.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
98
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 1 (continued)
GAMMA screen
∫ CAMERA SETTING screen
The gamma settings of the camera are performed on
this screen.
The basic settings of the camera are set to ON or OFF
on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
Item
MASTER
GAMMA
(FILM MENU)
0.35
:
0.45
:
S C U F E 0.75
USER
ENG
For setting the master
gamma when the unit is to
be operated in the film
mode.
DETAIL
R GAMMA
(CAM MENU)
–15
:
+00
:
S C U F E +15
USER
ENG
Amount by which the R
channel gamma is
corrected in respect of the
master gamma level.
HIGH COLOR
B GAMMA
(CAM MENU)
–15
:
+00
:
S C U F E +15
USER
ENG
Amount by which the B
channel gamma is
corrected in respect of the
master gamma level.
CINE GAMMA
SEL
(FILM MENU)
USER
ENG
FILM REC
VIDEO REC
USER
ENG
S C U F E
DYNAMIC LVL
(FILM MENU)
S C U F E
200%
300%
400%
500%
VF
display
USER
ENG
For setting the gamma
characteristics when the
unit is to be operated in
the film mode.
FILM REC:
The cine gamma
characteristics for films
are used.
VIDEO REC:
The cine gamma
characteristics for video
are used.
For setting the black
strech level point position.
<Notes>
OThis setting is valid
when FILM REC has
been selected as the
CINE GAMMA SEL item
setting.
OThe KNEE POINT and
KNEE SLOPE item
settings on the
KNEE/LEVEL screen
are canceled.
Remarks
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the detail (H,
V) to ON or OFF.
(Both the H detail and V
detail are simultaneously
set to either ON or OFF.)
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the mode for
expanding the dynamic
range of the colors to ON
or OFF.
At the ON setting, the
colors above the knee
point are boosted.
GAMMA
ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the gamma
correction to ON or OFF.
TEST SAW
ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the test signal
to ON or OFF.
FLARE
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the flare
compensation to ON or
OFF.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the high-range
frequency compensation
mode to ON or OFF.
TUNGSTEN
DAY LIGHT
USER
ENG
For switching the white
balance preset value to
the tungsten lighting type
or daylight type.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the 5600 K
presetting for the white
balance to ON or OFF.
<Note>
The black balance must
always be adjusted (see
page 56) when this item’s
setting has been changed.
S C U F E
S C U F E
BLACK STR. LVL 00%
(FILM MENU)
:
30%
Variable
range
S C U F E
S C U F E
H-F COMPE
S C U F E
LIGHTING
(FILM MENU)
S C U F E
D5600 K
(CAM MENU)
S C U F E
For setting the dynamic
range.
<Notes>
OThis setting is valid
when FILM REC has
been selected as the
CINE GAMMA SEL item
setting.
OThe KNEE POINT and
KNEE SLOPE item
settings on the
KNEE/LEVEL screen
are canceled.
<Note>
The gamma characteristics are set using the BLACK STR. LVL and
DYNAMIC LVL items when FILM REC has been selected as the
CINE GAMMA SEL item setting.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
99
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2
VF DISPLAY screen
The information to be displayed inside the viewfinder
is set on this screen.
Item
DISP
CONDITION
Variable
range
NORMAL
HOLD
VF
display
USER
ENG
S C U F E
DISP MODE
1
2
3
USER
ENG
S C U F E
VF OUT
Remarks
Item
NORMAL:
The statuses are
displayed at all times.
HOLD:
The statuses are
displayed when MODE
CHECK SW is ON.
Change
Display
1
2
3
FILTER
t t ±
GAIN
t t ±
AWB
t t ±
AUTO KNEE SW
t ± ±
SHUTTER
t ± ±
ABB STATUS
t ± ±
AWB STATUS
t ± ±
Y
NAM
R
G
S C U F E B
USER
ENG
For selecting VF OUT.
NAM (N Additive Mix):
The signal with the highest
level among the R, G and
B signals is output.
VF DTL
USER
ENG
For selecting VF DTL.
The detail of the signals
for VF is further boosted.
At the “0” setting, the
detail is the same as the
unit’s.
000%
:
070%
:
(FILM MENU)
080%
:
S C U F E 109%
USER
ENG
For setting the ZEBRA1
detection level (IRE level).
ZEBRA2
DETECT
000%
:
085%
:
S C U F E 109%
USER
ENG
For setting the ZEBRA2
detection level (IRE level).
ZEBRA2
USER
ENG
For setting ZEBRA2 to ON
or OFF and selecting
SPOT. See “Zebra
pattern display.”
<Note>
When used at the “SPOT”
setting, ensure that the
ZEBRA2 DETECT value is
set higher than the
ZEBRA1 DETECT value.
If the ZEBRA2 DETECT
value is lower than the
ZEBRA1 DETECT value,
the ZEBRA display will not
appear.
0
:
4
5
S C U F E
ZEBRA1
DETECT
(CAM MENU)
S C U F E
ON
OFF
SPOT
(CAM MENU)
OFF
20%
25%
:
40%
45%
VF
display
Remarks
USER
ENG
For selecting the light level
for the LOW LIGHT
display when the amount
of light entering the
camera is too low.
USER
ENG
For setting the unit in
which the synchro scan
mode is to be displayed.
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
menu screen is to be
displayed when menu
operations are performed
using the AJ-EC3
Extension Control Unit.
S C U F E
SYNCHRO
SCAN DISP.
(CAM MENU)
(FILM MENU)
sec
%
deg
S C U F E
ECU MENU
DISP.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
Zebra pattern display
Video level
109%
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
100
LOW LIGHT LVL
(FILM MENU)
Variable
range
ZEBRA 2
DETECT
ZEBRA 1
DETECT
0%
ON
ZEBRA 2
OFF
SPOT
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
VF MARKER screen
VF INDICATOR screen
The information to be displayed inside the viewfinder
is set on this screen.
The information to be displayed inside the viewfinder
is set on this screen.
Item
SAFETY ZONE
Variable
range
OFF
1
:
3
:
12
VF
display
USER
ENG
S C U F E
CENTER MARK
ON
OFF
4:3
13 : 9
14 : 9
VISTA
S C U F E CNSCO
MARK
ON
OFF
For setting the center
marker display to ON or
OFF.
USER
ENG
For selecting the frame
marker display.
(VISTA = 1 : 1.85)
(CNSCO = 1 : 2.35)
00
:
S C U F E 15
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
USER
ENG
USER
ENG
For setting the frame
marker display to ON or
OFF.
For setting the picture
levels on the outside of
the frame marker.
Remarks
EXTENDER
ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the extender
display to ON or OFF.
SHUTTER
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the shutter
speed display to ON or
OFF.
FILTER
ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the filter No.
display to ON or OFF.
WHITE
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the AWB
PRE/A/B display to ON or
OFF.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the currently
selected gain display to
ON or OFF.
S
IRIS
S+IRIS
OFF
USER
ENG
S: Only the super iris ON
status is displayed.
IRIS: Only the aperture
value is displayed.
S+IRIS: Both the super iris
ON status and the
aperture value are
displayed.
OFF: Neither the super iris
ON status nor the
aperture value is
displayed.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the ID display
during color bar
displaying.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the zoom
position value display to
ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the color
temperature display to ON
or OFF.
FRAME RATE
ON
S C U F E OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the frame rate
display to ON or OFF.
VERSION ID
(FILM MENU)
USER
ENG
For displaying the gamma
curve used when the
internal color bar signal
recording mode is
established.
S C U F E
S C U F E
GAIN
S C U F E
IRIS
S C U F E
CAMERA ID
S C U F E
S C U F E
LVL
For selecting the safety
zone display.
1 : 80% and 90% corner
display
2 : 80% corner display
3 : 90% corner display
4 : 80% and 90% box
display
5 : 80% box display
6 : 90% box display
7 : 80% and 90% corner
display in 4:3 mode
8 : 80% corner display in
4:3 mode
9 : 90% corner display in
4:3 mode
10 : 80% and 90% box
display in 4:3 mode
11 : 80% box display in
4:3 mode
12 : 90% box display in
4:3 mode
USER
ENG
S C U F E
FRAME SIG
Remarks
ZOOM LVL
S C U F E
COLOR TEMP
S C U F E
S C U F E
ON
OFF
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
101
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
CAMERA ID screen
SHUTTER SPEED screen
The camera ID is set on this screen.
On this screen, the shutter speed to be used is
selected from among the POSITION items each of
which contains a shutter speed which was set on the
SHUTTER SELECT screen.
Variable
range
Item
==
ID 1:
VF
display
ENG
2222222222
ID 2:
2222222222
ID 3:
2222222222
C U F E
Remarks
For inputting the camera
ID (max. 10 characters).
<Note>
Select whether this setting
is to be mixed by selecting
ON or OFF for CAMERA
ID on the VF DISPLAY
screen.
1. Turn the JOG dial button to move the arrow (cursor) to the ID 1:,
ID 2: or ID 3: item.
2. When the JOG dial button is pressed, the arrow (cursor) moves
to the ID input area, and the input mode is established.
3. Press the JOG dial button again and turn it until the character to
be set is displayed.
When the button is turned, the character displayed is switched in
the following sequence:
Space: 3
7
letters: A—Z
7
numbers: 0—9
7
symbols: ’, >, <, /, –
4. Press the JOG dial button to enter the character.
5. Turn the JOG dial button to move the arrow (cursor) to the next
position (right), and repeat steps 3 and 4 to input the characters
(maximum of 10).
6. When the characters have been input, turn the JOG dial button
to move the arrow (cursor) to the “:” position.
m
ID 1:2222222222
7. When the JOG dial button is pressed, the arrow (cursor) returns
to the ID 1:, ID 2: or ID 3: item.
n ID 1:2222222222
ID 2:
ID 3:
<Note>
The contents are cleared when the READ FACTORY DATA is
executed. The data will be stored in the memory even when OFF
has been selected for ECU DATA SAVE.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
102
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
SYNCHRO
ON
SCAN 1
OFF
S C U F E
ENG
For selecting SYNCHRO
SCAN 1.
SYNCHRO
ON
SCAN 2
OFF
S C U F E
ENG
For selecting SYNCHRO
SCAN 2.
POSITION 1
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 1.
POSITION 2
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 2.
POSITION 3
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 3.
POSITION 4
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 4.
POSITION 5
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 5.
POSITION 6
ON
S C U F E OFF
ENG
For selecting POSITION 6.
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
SHUTTER SELECT screen
A shutter speed is set in each POSITION item on this
screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
SYNCHRO
SCAN 2
90.0 deg
:
180.0 deg
:
S C U F E 225.0 deg
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
SYNCHRO SCAN 2.
POSITION 1 SEL
(FILM MENU)
180.0 deg
172.8 deg
144.0 deg
120.0 deg
90.0 deg
45.0 deg
(CAM MENU)
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
S C U F E 1/2000
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 1.
POSITION 2 SEL 180.0 deg
(FILM MENU)
172.8 deg
144.0 deg
120.0 deg
90.0 deg
45.0 deg
1/100
(CAM MENU)
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
S C U F E 1/2000
ENG
POSITION 3 SEL 180.0 deg
172.8 deg
(FILM MENU)
144.0 deg
120.0 deg
90.0 deg
45.0 deg
1/100
1/120
(CAM MENU)
1/250
1/500
1/1000
S C U F E 1/2000
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 2.
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 3.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
POSITION 4 SEL 180.0 deg
172.8 deg
144.0 deg
(FILM MENU)
120.0 deg
90.0 deg
45.0 deg
1/100
1/120
1/250
(CAM MENU)
1/500
1/1000
S C U F E 1/2000
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 4.
POSITION 5 SEL 180.0 deg
172.8 deg
144.0 deg
120.0 deg
(FILM MENU)
90.0 deg
45.0 deg
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
(CAM MENU)
1/1000
S C U F E 1/2000
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 5.
POSITION 6 SEL 180.0 deg
172.8 deg
144.0 deg
120.0 deg
90.0 deg
(FILM MENU)
45.0 deg
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
(CAM MENU)
ENG
For selecting the shutter
speed which is to be set in
POSITION 6.
S C U F E
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
103
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
! LED screen
CAMERA SW MODE screen
The display of the
lamp which appears inside the
viewfinder is set to ON or OFF on this screen.
The modes of the camera switches are set on this
screen.
Item
GAIN (0 dB)
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the gain level is
other than 0 dB.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the gain level is
other than –3 dB.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the shutter is ON.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when PRESET is selected
as the AWB channel
setting.
S C U F E
GAIN (–3 dB)
S C U F E
SHUTTER
S C U F E
WHITE PRESET
S C U F E
EXTENDER
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the lens has been
set to the EXTENDER
mode.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when a filter other than
3200 K is used.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when black stretch has
been set to ON.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the white balance
preset value is the daylight
type.
S C U F E
FILTER
S C U F E
BLACK STR
S C U F E
DAY LIGHT
(FILM MENU)
S C U F E
D5600 K
(CAM MENU)
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the preset white
balance level is 5600 K.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when matrix has been set
to ON.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when color correction has
been set to ON.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
lamp is to be turned on
when the frame rate less
than 11 fps is used.
S C U F E
MATRIX
S C U F E
COLOR
CORRECTION
S C U F E
FRAME RATE
S C U F E
Remarks
<Note>
When ON has been selected for both GAIN (0 dB) and GAIN (–3
dB), the
lamp will light at all gain levels except for –3 dB and 0
dB.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
104
Item
FILTER INH
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting whether or
not the data in the AWB
memories (channel A,
channel B) is to be held
for each filter.
ON:
Only the channel A and
channel B memories (2
memories) regardless of
the filter.
OFF:
The data is held for each
of the filters (4a2 = 8
memories).
OFF
NORMAL
SLOW
FAST
USER
ENG
For selecting the
SHOCKLESS AWB
setting.
“SHOCKLESS AWB”
means that the switching
of the WHITE BAL switch
to A, B or PRST is not
accompanied by a shock.
FAST (high-speed:
approx. 0.5 sec.),
NORMAL (normal speed:
approx. 1 sec.) or SLOW
(slow: approx. 3 sec.) can
be set for this effect.
SMPTE
FULL BARS
USER
ENG
For selecting the color bar
signals.
SMPTE:
SMPTE color bars
FULL BARS:
Full color bars
S.GAIN
L/M/H
USER
ENG
For selecting the method
for releasing the super
gain mode.
S.GAIN:
The mode is released by
the super gain switch
only.
L/M/H:
The mode is released by
changing the L/M/H
switch setting.
S C U F E
SHOCKLESS
AWB
S C U F E
COLOR BARS
S C U F E
S. GAIN OFF
S C U F E
Remarks
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
CAMERA SW MODE screen
Item
USER1 SW
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
Variable
range
INH
S.GAIN
S.IRIS
S.BLK
B.STR
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
Y GET
RET SW
F.RATE
VF
display
USER
ENG
S C U F E
USER2 SW
(CAM MENU)
(FILM MENU)
S C U F E
INH
S.GAIN
S.IRIS
S.BLK
B.STR
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
Y GET
RET SW
F.RATE
USER
ENG
Remarks
For allocating the functions
in USER1 button.
<Notes>
OWhen B.STR has been
selected as this item’s
setting, the function for
setting the black level
gradation compensation
to +3 is allocated.
OWhen Y GET has been
selected as this item’s
setting, the function for
measuring the output
luminance level is
allocated.
The output luminance
level of the area near
the center marker in the
viewfinder is displayed
in percentage units in
the middle of the
viewfinder screen for
approximately 3
seconds.
For allocating the functions
in USER2 button.
<Notes>
OWhen B.STR has been
selected as this item’s
setting, the function for
setting the black level
gradation compensation
to +3 is allocated.
OWhen Y GET has been
selected as this item’s
setting, the function for
measuring the output
luminance level is
allocated.
The output luminance
level of the area near
the center marker in the
viewfinder is displayed
in percentage units in
the middle of the
viewfinder screen for
approximately 3
seconds.
Item
Variable
range
S. BLK LVL
VF
display
Remarks
OFF
–10
–20
S C U F E –30
USER
ENG
For setting the super black
level.
ECU DATA
SAVE
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
ON : The data controlled
by the AJ-EC3
extension control
unit is stored in the
memory.
OFF : The data is not
stored in the
memory.
AUTO KNEE SW ON
(FILM MENU)
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
AUTO KNEE function is to
be made operational when
the OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE
switch on the side panel
has been set to the CAM
AUTO KNEE ON position.
ON : The AUTO KNEE
function is made
operational.
OFF : The AUTO KNEE
function is not made
operational.
S C U F E
S C U F E
(CAM MENU)
S C U F E
ON
OFF
<Note>
When the same function has been allocated to both the USER1
button and the USER2 button, please use the USER2 button.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
105
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 2 (continued)
SUPER GAIN screen
FRAME MODE screen
The gain allocated to the SUPER GAIN switch is set
on this screen.
The frame rate is set on this screen.
Item
Item
S. GAIN VALUE
Variable
range
18dB
24dB
30dB
S C U F E 36dB
VF
display
USER
ENG
Remarks
For selecting the gain
when the SUPER GAIN
switch is pressed.
FRAME RATE
RANGE
Variable
range
60-12
60-4
VF
display
USER
ENG
For selecting the variable
range of the frame rate.
60-12:
60 fps to 12 fps
60-4:
60 fps to 4 fps
USER
ENG
For setting the frame rate.
<Note>
When “60-12” has been
selected as the FRAME
RATE RANGE setting, the
frame rate cannot be set to
11 fps or below.
USER
ENG
This function is for
correcting the images
when the prime lens is
used.
ON : The images are
corrected (by
reversing their top
and bottom and their
left and right).
OFF : The images are not
corrected.
USER
ENG
For setting the frame rate
to be allocated to the
USER1 or USER2 button.
S C U F E
FRAME RATE
(CAM MENU)
(FILM MENU)
60
:
24
:
4
S C U F E
SCAN REVERSE ON
OFF
S C U F E
USER SW
FRAME RATE
60
:
24
:
S C U F E 12
Remarks
Using the USER1 or USER2 button to switch the
frame rate
O Once the desired frame rate has been set in a
USER (USER1 or USER2) button by performing
menu operations, subjects can be shot at the set
frame rate simply by pressing the USER button.
The original frame rate is restored when the USER
button is pressed again.
O While recording is in progress, the frame rate will
not be switched even when the USER button is
pressed.
O When the frame rate has been switched using the
USER button, the switched rate will not take effect
even if one of the synchro scan switches (“+” or “– ”)
is pressed after the JOG dial button is pressed.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
106
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 3
CAM CARD READ/WRITE screen
The settings for saving (writing) the menu data on the SD
memory card, loading (reading) the data from the card,
and configuring the card are performed on this screen.
Variable
range
Item
SELECT
1
:
F E 8
VF
display
Remarks
USER
ENG
For selecting the number
of the file to be loaded.
USER
ENG
For loading the data from
the SD memory card.
USER
ENG
For selecting the number
of the file to be saved.
==
USER
ENG
For saving the camera’s data
on the SD memory card.
CARD CONFIG
==
USER
ENG
For formatting the SD
memory card.
TITLE READ
==
USER
ENG
For reading the titles given
to the data saved on the
SD memory card.
READ USER
DATA
==
USER
ENG
For loading the user area
data of the camera’s
memory.
USER
ENG
A title consisting of up to 8
characters can be given to
each file.
==
READ
SELECT
1
:
F E 8
WRITE
¢¢¢¢¢¢
¢¢
TITLE 1:
to
TITLE 8:
CAM CARD R/W SELECT screen
Variable
range
Item
CAM MAIN
MENU1 LEVEL
R/W
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 1 (items other
than those marked with })
data saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The data is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The data is not
recorded/loaded.
<Note>
See page 89 for
information on the items
marked with }.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 1 (items
marked with }) data
saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The data is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The data is not
recorded/loaded.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 2 data
saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The data is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The data is not
recorded/loaded.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 3 data
saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The data is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The data is not
recorded/loaded.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting FILM (CAM)
MAIN MENU 4 data
saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The data is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The data is not
recorded/loaded.
E
CAM MAIN
MENU1 SW (})
R/W
E
CAM MAIN
MENU2 R/W
CAM CARD R/W SELECT screen
The settings for saving (recording) specific menu data
on the SD memory card and loading (reading) the data
from the card are performed on this screen.
Variable
range
Item
ID READ/WRITE
E
ON
OFF
VF
display
USER
ENG
Remarks
For setting camera ID
saving/loading when
writing data onto the SD
memory card or loading
data from it to ON or OFF.
ON : The camera ID is
recorded/loaded.
OFF : The camera ID is not
recorded/loaded.
Example:
If the CAMERA ID
contents are not to be
changed when SD memory
card data is saved/loaded,
select OFF as the ID
READ/WRITE setting.
E
CAM MAIN
MENU3 R/W
E
CAM MAIN
MENU4 R/W
E
Remarks
<Notes>
OIWhen the frame frequency setting has been changed, it is
necessary to restart the unit by turning the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again for the setting to be switched.
OItem E will be saved regardless of the ECU DATA SAVE
setting.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
107
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 3 (continued)
LENS FILE screen
GENLOCK/IRIS screen
The lens files are stored into the unit’s internal
memory and read from the memory on this screen.
The white shading data and flare adjustment data are
stored together as a lens file.
The genlock and iris control settings are performed on
this screen.
Item
Variable
range
FILE SELECT
1
:
U F E 8
S
VF
display
Remarks
USER
ENG
For selecting the number
of the file to be read or
written.
READ
==
USER
ENG
For reading the lens files.
WRITE
==
USER
ENG
For writing the lens files.
RESET ALL
==
USER
ENG
For returning all the data
from lens files 1 to 8 to the
factory setting.
TITLE 1: TITLE 8:
¢¢¢¢¢¢
¢¢¢¢¢¢
USER
ENG
For enabling titles each
consisting of a maximum
of 12 characters to be set
for the files.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
H PHASE
COARSE
00
:
15
USER
ENG
For coarsely adjusting the
H phase during genlock.
H PHASE FINE
00
:
64
USER
ENG
For finely adjusting the H
phase during genlock.
A. IRIS LEVEL
000
:
050
:
100
USER
ENG
For setting the auto iris
target level.
The brightness (iris) is
controlled using this value.
The higher the value
selected, the higher the
brightness.
000
:
050
:
100
USER
ENG
For setting the ratio
between the auto iris peak
and average value.
The closer the setting is to
0, the greater the
tendency toward average
control; conversely, the
closer the setting is to
100, the greater the
tendency toward peak
control.
NORM1
NORM2
CENTR
USER
ENG
For selecting the auto iris
mode.
NORM1:
The light is measured for
the entire screen (except
for the edges).
NORM2:
The light is measured for
the entire screen (except
for the top part).
CENTR:
The light is measured in
the center area of the
screen only.
000
:
080
:
S C U F E 100
USER
ENG
For setting the super iris
target level.
(Backlight compensation
mode)
IRIS GAIN
USER
ENG
For setting whether the iris
gain is to be adjusted by
the camera or lens.
USER
ENG
For setting the iris gain
adjustment value.
S C U F E
A. IRIS
PEAK/AVE
<Note>
When RESET ALL is executed, the white shading adjustment value
and the flare setting value are reset to the factory default values.
S C U F E
LENS FILE (CARD R/W) screen
A. IRIS MODE
The contents of the eight lens files recorded in the
internal memory are written on the SD memory card
on this screen. Alternatively, the lens files written on
the SD memory card are read into the internal memory
on this screen.
Item
CARD FILE
SELECT
S
Variable
range
1
:
8
VF
display
USER
ENG
U F E
Remarks
For selecting the number of
the file to be read from the
SD memory card or written
on the SD memory card.
READ
==
USER
ENG
For reading lens files from
the SD memory card.
WRITE
==
USER
ENG
For writing lens files to the
SD memory card.
USER
ENG
For enabling titles each
consisting of a maximum
of 12 characters to be set
for the files.
TITLE 1: TITLE 8:
¢¢¢¢¢¢
¢¢¢¢¢¢
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
108
Remarks
S C U F E
S. IRIS LEVEL
CAM
LENS
S C U F E
IRIS GAIN
VALUE
01
:
06
:
S C U F E 10
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 3 (continued)
LENS ADJ screen
The lens adjustments are performed on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
F2.8 ADJ
ON
OFF
ENG
For outputting the voltage
output only when ON is
selected as this item’s
setting.
F16 ADJ
ON
OFF
ENG
For outputting the voltage
output only when ON is
selected as this item’s
setting.
<Note>
When using a lens which enables the open limit and close limit of
the lens aperture to be adjusted, set “F2.8ADJ” or “F16ADJ” to ON,
and repeatedly adjust so that the lens aperture will be set to “F2.8”
or “F16.”
(This adjustment need not be performed if the lens does not have
this adjustment function.)
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
109
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT 1, 2 and 3 screens
The settings for registering the items (the same as the ones on the FILM or CAM MAIN MENU 1, 2 and 3
screens) allocated to the SUB menus to the SUB MENU screen are performed on this screen.
Registration ON (¢) or OFF (≥) is set at the head of each item.
Up to 42 camera unit items can be registered.
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT 1
screen
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT 2
screen
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
ROP
ENG
Index for opening the ROP screen.
VF DISPLAY
ENG
Index for opening the VF DISPLAY
screen.
LOW SETTING
ENG
Index for opening the LOW SETTING
screen.
VF MARKER
ENG
Index for opening the VF MARKER
screen.
MID SETTING
ENG
Index for opening the MID SETTING
screen.
VF INDICATOR
ENG
Index for opening the VF INDICATOR
screen.
HIGH SETTING
ENG
Index for opening the HIGH SETTING
screen.
!LED
ENG
Index for opening the !LED screen.
ADDITIONAL
DTL1
ENG
Index for opening the ADDITIONAL
DTL1 screen.
CAMERA SW
MODE
ENG
Index for opening the CAMERA SW
MODE screen.
ADDITIONAL
DTL2
ENG
Index for opening the ADDITIONAL
DTL2 screen.
SUPER GAIN
ENG
Index for opening the SUPER GAIN
screen.
SKIN TONE DTL
ENG
Index for opening the SKIN TONE
DTL screen.
FRAME MODE
ENG
Index for opening the FRAME MODE
screen.
KNEE/LEVEL
ENG
Index for opening the KNEE/LEVEL
screen.
GAMMA
ENG
Index for opening the GAMMA screen.
CAMERA
SETTING
ENG
Index for opening the CAMERA
SETTING screen.
FILM (CAM) USER MENU SELECT 3
screen
SUB menu
110
VF
display
Remarks
CAM CARD
READ/WRITE
ENG
Index for opening the CAM CARD
READ/WRITE screen.
CAM CARD R/W
SELECT
ENG
Index for opening the CARD R/W
SELECT screen.
LENS FILE
ENG
Index for opening the LENS FILE
screen.
LENS FILE
(CARD R/W)
ENG
Index for opening the LENS FILE
(CARD R/W) screen.
GENLOCK/IRIS
ENG
Index for opening the GENLOCK/IRIS
screen.
Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4 (continued)
BLACK SHADING screen
COLORIMETRY screen
The black shading adjustments are performed on this
screen.
The luminance signal standard is selected on this
screen.
Variable
range
Item
==
DETECTION
CORRECT (DIG) ON
OFF
S C U F E
VF
display
Remarks
ENG
For execution of the digital
shading compensation.
ENG
For setting the digital
shading compensation to
ON or OFF.
Variable
range
Item
MATRIX
VF
display
SMPTE-274 ENG
SMPTE-240
F E NTSC
Remarks
For selecting the
luminance signal
standard.
WHITE SHADING screen
INITIALIZE screen
The white shading adjustments are performed on this
screen.
The film or camera menu settings are initialized and
scene files are saved on this screen.
Variable
range
Item
==
DETECTION
(V SAW)
CORRECT
ON
OFF
VF
display
Remarks
ENG
For executing vertical
white shading
compensation.
ENG
For setting the shading
compensation to ON or
OFF.
S C U F E
Variable
range
Item
==
ENG
For restoring the film or
camera menu data
settings to the factory
settings.
WRITE USER
DATA
==
ENG
For saving the user’s own
film or camera menu data
in the unit’s memory.
ENG
For designating the
number of the scene file.
1
:
F E 4
READ
==
ENG
For loading the scene file
whose SCENE SEL was
designated.
WRITE
==
ENG
For saving data in the
scene file whose SCENE
SEL was designated.
RESET
==
ENG
For restoring the scene file
data settings to the factory
settings.
TITLE 1
==
ENG
For setting the title in
scene file No.1.
TITLE 2
==
ENG
For setting the title in
scene file No.2.
TITLE 3
==
ENG
For setting the title in
scene file No.3.
TITLE 4
==
ENG
For setting the title in
scene file No.4.
The camera’s flare settings are performed on this
screen.
Variable
range
Item
R FLARE
VF
display
ENG
For setting the R channel
flare; the preset value
differs from one camera to
another.
000
:
100
ENG
For setting the G channel
flare; the preset value
differs from one camera to
another.
000
:
100
ENG
E
G FLARE
E
B FLARE
E
Remarks
000
:
100
For setting the B channel
flare; the preset value
differs from one camera to
another.
<Note>
The white shading adjustment value and the flare setting value can
be written to the internal memory as a lens file.
Remarks
READ FACTORY
DATA
SCENE SEL
FLARE screen
VF
display
<Notes>
OSince SYSTEM FREQ may change as a result of executing the
READ FACTORY DATA, turn the power off and then back on
again.
OItem E will be saved regardless of the ECU DATA SAVE
setting.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4 (continued)
DIAGNOSTIC screen
OPTION screen
The usage statuses and software versions are
displayed on this screen.
The engineer menu display is selected on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Item
Remarks
ENG SECURITY
CAMSOFT (IN)
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the software for the
built-in flash memory.
CAMSOFT (OUT)
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the software for the
external flash memory.
CAM TABLE
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the gamma table.
PLD (CAM)
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the software for the
camera system computer.
PLD (SHD)
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the software for the
shading.
PLD (FM)
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the software program
for the frame memory.
VF
display
ENG
For selecting whether to
display the engineer
menu.
ON : The engineer menu
is not displayed.
OFF : The engineer menu
is displayed.
ON
OFF
ENG
For selecting whether to
automatically correct black
shading when the AUTO W/B
BAL switch is pressed
continuously for 8 seconds or
more on the ABB side.
ON : Black shading is
corrected automatically.
OFF : Black shading is not
corrected automatically.
25%
50%
U F E 90%
ENG
For selecting the white
balance search area.
ENG
For setting how gain and
pedestal values, which are
set on the ROP screen of
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU
1, are to be processed
after auto white balance
and auto black balance
are performed.
ON : Settings are added.
OFF : The values are reset
to zero.
CAM MENU SEL VIDEO MENU ENG
FILM MENU
For setting the unit’s
operation mode.
VIDEO MENU:
The unit is set to the
video mode.
When VIDEO MENU is
selected, the FILM
USER MENU and FILM
MAIN MENU displays
will be changed to CAM
USER MENU and CAM
MAIN MENU.
FILM MENU:
The unit is set to the film
mode.
<Note>
When setting this item on
the AJ-EC3 extension
control unit, after switching
to this item first, then turn
ECU DATA SAVE item
ON on the CAM SW
MODE screen in FILM
(CAM) MAIN MENU2.
U F E
SHD, ABB SW
CTRL
U F E
AWB AREA
ON
OFF
The items which are measured for evaluation
purposes are set on this screen.
(S/N, MODULATION, RESOLUTION, SENSITIVITY)
SUB menu
S/N
VF
display
ENG
Remarks
Index for opening the S/N
measurement screen.
MODULATION
ENG
Index for opening the modulation
measurement screen.
RESOLUTION
ENG
Index for opening the resolution
measurement screen.
SENSITIVITY
ENG
Index for opening the sensitivity
measurement screen.
Remarks
ON
OFF
AWB & ABB
OFFSET
EVALUATION screen
Variable
range
U F E
C U F E
<Notes>
OFor details on how to release ENG SECURITY, consult your
nearest service center.
OItem E will be saved regardless of the ECU DATA SAVE
setting.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4 (continued)
OPTION screen
Item
Variable
range
EVALUATION screen
VF
display
Remarks
SYSTEM FREQ. 59.94Hz
U F E 60.00Hz
ENG
For setting the unit’s frame
frequency.
EVF SEL
ENG
The EVF terminal video
signal will be switched.
MONO:
Only the Y signal is
output to the EVF
connecter.
COLOR:
The Y, Pb, and Pr
signals are output to the
EVF connecter.
Currently there is no
viewfinder to support
this.
MONO
COLOR
U F E
SUPER DTL
U F E
ON
OFF
ENG
For selecting the kind of
detail to be provided.
ON:
A stronger detail than
usual is provided.
OFF:
The same level of detail
as usual is provided.
<Notes>
OWhen the frame frequency setting has been changed, it is
necessary to restart the unit by turning the POWER switch to OFF
and then to ON again for the setting to be switched.
OWhen MONO has been selected as the EVF SEL item setting, the
marker displays are set on the VF MARKER screen of FILM
(CAM) MAIN MENU 2. When COLOR has been selected instead,
they are set using MONITOR MARKER on the VTR MAIN MENU
screen. Furthermore, when COLOR is selected, the EVF ZEBRA
and EVF DETAIL functions no longer work.
OWhen setting SUPER DTL to ON, please adjust the H.DTL
LEVEL, H.DTL FREQ and DTL CLIP values. Also, please adjust
the V.DTL LEVEL according to these values.
OItem E will be saved regardless of the ECU DATA SAVE
setting.
OS/N measurement screen
The S/N measurements are performed on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
S/N
ON
ENG
For setting the S/N
measurement.
DETAIL
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the DETAIL to
ON or OFF.
H-F COMPE.
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the highfrequency compensation
to ON or OFF.
GAMMA
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the GAMMA to
ON or OFF.
MATRIX
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the MATRIX to
ON or OFF.
FLARE
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the FLARE to
ON or OFF.
M. PED
–200
:
+140
:
+200
ENG
For adjusting the master
pedestal level.
OModulation measurement screen
The modulation measurements are performed on
this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
MODULATION
ON
ENG
For setting the modulation
measurement.
DETAIL
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the DETAIL to
ON or OFF.
H-F COMPE.
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the highfrequency compensation
to ON or OFF.
GAMMA
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the GAMMA to
ON or OFF.
MATRIX
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the MATRIX to
ON or OFF.
FLARE
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the FLARE to
ON or OFF.
M. PED
–200
:
+000
:
+018
:
+200
ENG
For adjusting the master
pedestal level.
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
<Note>
The EVALUATION screen items are returned to their default
settings as soon as the menu is exited.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4 (continued)
OResolution measurement screen
The resolution measurements are performed on
this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
RESOLUTION
ON
ENG
For setting the resolution
measurement.
DETAIL
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the DETAIL to
ON or OFF.
H-F COMPE.
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the highfrequency compensation
to ON or OFF.
GAMMA
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the GAMMA to
ON or OFF.
MATRIX
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the MATRIX to
ON or OFF.
FLARE
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the FLARE to
ON or OFF.
M. PED
–200
:
+000
:
+018
:
+200
ENG
For adjusting the master
pedestal level.
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
OSensitivity measurement screen
The sensitivity measurements are performed on
this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
SENSITIVITY
ON
ENG
For setting the sensitivity
measurement.
KNEE
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the KNEE to
ON or OFF.
W. CLIP
ON
OFF
ENG
For setting the white clip
to ON or OFF.
M. PED
–200
:
+000
:
+018
:
+200
ENG
For adjusting the master
pedestal level.
(FILM MENU)
(CAM MENU)
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Setting menu screens
VTR MENUS
VTR MAIN MENU screen
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
FUNCTION
ENG
Index for opening the FUNCTION
screen.
BATTERY/
TAPE
ENG
Index for opening the BATTERY/TAPE
screen.
BATTERY
SETTING
ENG
Index for opening the BATTERY
SETTING screen.
VTR VF
INDICATOR
ENG
Index for opening the VTR VF
INDICATOR screen.
MIC/AUDIO
ENG
Index for opening the MIC/AUDIO
screen.
TC/UB
ENG
Index for opening the TC/UB screen.
TIME/DATE
ENG
Index for opening the TIME/DATE
screen.
VTR USER
MENU SELECT
ENG
Index for opening the VTR USER
MENU SELECT screen.
VTR CARD
READ/WRITE
ENG
Index for opening the VTR CARD
READ/WRITE screen.
VTR INITIALIZE
ENG
Index for opening the VTR INITIALIZE
screen.
DIAGNOSTIC
ENG
Index for opening the VTR
DIAGNOSTIC screen.
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU
FUNCTION screen
The VTR’s functions are set on this screen.
Variable
range
Item
NEWS REC
MODE
OFF
0.2
:
2.0
VF
display
USER
ENG
C U F
HUMID OPE
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
C U F
REC START
ALL
NORMAL
USER
ENG
C U F
PAUSE TIMER
C U F
RETAKE MODE
C
F
Item
For selecting the VTR
START button
acknowledgment time
during recording.
OFF:
The pressing of the VTR
START button is
acknowledged
immediately, recording is
stopped, and the unit is set
to the REC PAUSE mode.
0.2—2.0:
The pressing of the VTR
START button is not
acknowledged and
recording is continued for
the time set (in increments
of 0.2 sec.).
INTERVAL REC
MODE
For selecting the VTR
operation when
condensation has formed.
ON : Operation is
continued as usual.
OFF : Operation of all
controls except the
POWER switch and
EJECT button is
inhibited.
For selecting
acknowledgement of recording
started by the VTR START
button.
ALL:
The start of the recording is
acknowledged regardless of
the VTR mode.
NORMAL:
The start of the recording is
acknowledged only in the
STOP (POWER SAVE) mode
and REC PAUSE mode.
10
20
30
60
USER
ENG
For selecting the amount of
time REC PAUSE is to be held.
10/20/30/60: 10, 20, 30 or 60
minutes.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
Functions for rewinding
the tape to the position
where recording started.
ON : The RETAKE
function works.
OFF : The RETAKE
function does not
work.
<Note>
The RETAKE function is
set OFF when the unit’s
power switch has been set
to ON.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
116
Variable
range
Remarks
VF
display
Remarks
ON
ONE SHOT
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting the
intermittent recording
mode.
ON: Intermittent recording
is performed.
ONE SHOT: Intermittent
recording is performed
once and then stopped.
OFF: Intermittent recording
is not performed.
<Note>
Intermittent recording is set
OFF when the unit’s power
switch has been set to ON.
00s10f
:
59s29f
USER
ENG
For setting the REC time for
intermittent recording.
<Note>
When REC time is set at
less than 1 second, the
initial recording time will
be 1 second.
INTERVAL
PAUSE TIME
C U F
00h00m02s
:
23h59m59s
USER
ENG
For setting the REC
PAUSE time for
intermittent recording.
ECU REC CHK
SW
R. REVIEW
RETAKE
USER
ENG
For selecting the unit
operation when the REC
CHK button on the AJEC3 extension control unit
is pressed.
R. REVIEW:
Rec review is performed.
RETAKE:
Retake is performed,
then playback.
MENU
STATUS
USER
ENG
For selecting the item to
be superimposed on the
SDI output signals.
MENU:
The menu screen is
superimposed.
STATUS:
The menu screen and
viewfinder status display
are superimposed.
<Note>
Neither of these items will
be superimposed when
the CHARACTER switch
on the side panel is set to
OFF.
NORMAL
DARK
USER
ENG
For selecting the DVCPRO
compression mode.
NORMAL:
Normal shooting is
conducted in this mode.
DARK:
This modes reduces the
distortion in the compressed
images which occurs in the
dark areas of the images.
However, the distortion in
the compressed images in
other areas may be
increased.
F
INTERVAL REC
TIME
C U F
C U F
CHARACTER
ON SDI
C U F
COMPRESSION
MODE
C U F
Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
BATTERY/TAPE screen
BATTERY/TAPE screen
Select the settings which match the type of battery
used on this screen.
The warning tone which signals the remaining battery
charge and remaining tape and which is heard during
shooting can be switched off if they prove to be
distracting.
Item
BATTERY
SELECT
Variable
range
AJ-BP490
AU-BP402
PRO14
TRIM14
TRIM13
DIGITAL14
DIONIC90
DIONIC160
BP-H90
BP-H100
NP-L50
ENDURA50
ENDURA-D
BP-L60/90
VF
display
USER
ENG
C U F
EXT DC IN
SELECT
C U F
AC-ADPT
AJ-BP490
AU-BP402
PRO14
TRIM14
BP-H90
BP-H100
BP-L60/90
USER
ENG
Remarks
For selecting the type of
battery used.
AJ-BP490 : AJ-BP490
battery
AU-BP402 : AU-BP402
battery
PRO14
: Anton/Bauer
PRO14 battery
TRIM14 : Anton/Bauer
TRIM14 battery
TRIM13 : Anton/Bauer
TRIM13 battery
DIGITAL14 : Anton/Bauer
DIGITAL
battery (14V)
DIONIC90 : Anton/Bauer
DIONIC90
DIGITAL
battery
DIONIC160 : Anton/Bauer
DIONIC160
DIGITAL
battery
BP-H90 : IDX BP-H90
battery
BP-H100 : IDX BP-H100
battery
NP-L50 : IDX NP-L50
battery
ENDURA50 : IDX
ENDURA50
battery
ENDURA-D : When mounting
the V-mount
adapter plate
made by IDX to
use a digital
battery
BP-L60/90 : Sony BPL60/90 battery
Item
BATT NEAR
END ALARM
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the warning
tone heard when the
battery is near the end of
its charge to ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For switching the function
which cancels the warning
tone heard when the
battery is near the end of
its charge to ON or OFF
using the MODE switch.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the warning
tone heard when the
battery is at the end of its
charge to ON or OFF.
100%
70%
USER
ENG
For selecting the battery
capacity at which “FULL”
is to appear on the LCD
display window as the
remaining battery display
(for all 7 segments to be
lighted).
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the warning
tone heard when the end
of the tape is near to ON
or OFF.
3min
2min
USER
ENG
For setting the remaining
tape time for which the
warning tone is to be
heard when the end of the
tape is near.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the warning
tone heard when the tape
has reached its end to ON
or OFF.
USER
ENG
For setting the time for
one segment of the
remaining tape display
indicated on the LCD
display window.
3min/$ : One segment is
set to 3 minutes.
5min/$ : One segment is
set to 5 minutes.
C U F
BATT NEAR
END CANCEL
C U F
BATT END
ALARM
C U F
BATT REMAIN
FULL
C U F
TAPE NEAR
END ALARM
C U F
TAPE NEAR
END TIME
C U F
TAPE END
ALARM
C U F
TAPE REMAIN/$ 3min/$
5min/$
C U F
Remarks
For selecting the power
source to be connected to
the DC IN socket.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
BATTERY SETTING screen
MONITOR MARKER screen
The type of battery to be used is selected and its
settings are performed on this screen.
Using the menu settings on this screen, it is possible
to select the display used for the safety zone and other
markers for the HD SDI MON connector and also for
the EVF connector when COLOR has been selected
as the EVF SEL item setting on the OPTION menu
from FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU 4.
Item
AJ-BP490
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the AJ-BP490
and the PACO HP-90A
battery.
AU-BP402
C U F
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the AU-BP402
battery.
PRO14
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the
Anton/Bauer PRO14
battery.
C U F
C U F
TRIM14
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
C U F
TRIM13
For setting the
Anton/Bauer TRIM14
battery.
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the
Anton/Bauer TRIM13
battery.
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the
Anton/Bauer digital battery
(14V).
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the
Anton/Bauer DIONIC90
digital battery.
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the
Anton/Bauer DIONIC160
digital battery.
BP-H90
C U F
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the IDX BPH90 battery.
BP-H100
C U F
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the IDX BPH100 battery.
NP-L50
C U F
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the IDX NPL50 battery.
ENDURA50
C U F
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the IDX
ENDURA50 battery.
ENDURA-D
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For use when mounting
the V-mount adapter plate
made by IDX to use a
digital battery
MANUAL
AUTO
ENG
For setting the Sony BPL60/90 battery.
C U F
DIGITAL14
C U F
DIONIC90
C U F
DIONIC160
C U F
C U F
BP-L60/90
C U F
Item
SAFTY ZONE
C U F
CENTER MARK
Variable
range
VF
display
16:9
4:3
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting the safety
zone (90%).
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting ON or OFF
for the center marker
display.
4:3
14:9
VISTA
CNSCO
USER
ENG
For switching the frame
marker display.
VISTA : 1:1.85
CNSCO : 1:1.235
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting ON or OFF
for the frame marker
display.
C U F
FRAME SIG
C U F
MARK
C U F
Remarks
<Note>
Set the marker displays to appear on a regular black-and-white
viewfinder on the VF MARKER screen of FILM (CAM) MAIN MENU
2.
1. Either “¢” or “≥” appears in front of each item to indicate whether
the item is set to ON or OFF.
¢ : ON
≥ : OFF
2. Each time the JOG dial button is pressed, the setting moves in
the following sequence:
ON/OFF setting
7
AUTO/MANUAL setting
AUTO
: The NEAR END voltage value preset in each battery
is used.
MANUAL : The NEAR END voltage setting for each battery can
be changed.
7
NEAR END voltage setting
7
Item movement
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
VTR VF INDICATOR screen
The information to be displayed in the viewfinder is set
on this screen.
Item
TAPE (IND)
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For switching the
remaining tape display to
ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For switching the battery
voltage display to ON or
OFF.
CH1
CH1•CH2
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting what the
audio level meter is to
display.
CH1: The level of the CH1
signals only is displayed.
CH1•CH2: The levels of
both the CH1 and CH2
signals are displayed.
OFF: No display.
C U F
BATTERY (IND)
C U F
LEVEL METER
(IND)
C U F
AUDIO IN (IND)
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For switching the audio
input display to ON or OFF.
ON: The audio input is
displayed.
OFF: The audio input is not
displayed.
TCG
TCR
TCG/TCR
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting what the
time code is to display.
TCG: The time code
generated by the time
code generator is
displayed in the E-E
mode.
TCR: The time code reader
value is displayed in the
V-V mode.
TCG/TCR: The time code
generated by the time
code generator is
displayed in the E-E
mode; the time code
reader value is displayed
in the V-V mode.
OFF: The time code is not
displayed.
C U F
TC (IND)
C U F
VTR WARNING
(IND)
C U F
Remarks
ALWAYS
NORMAL
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting when the
VTR’s warnings are to be
displayed.
ALWAYS: The warning
display always appears
when a warning has
occurred.
NORMAL: The display
appears for 3 seconds
after the warning
occurred and for 3
seconds after recording
was started or
completed.
OFF: The warning displays
do not appear.
Item
COMPRESSION
(IND)
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the compression
mode display to ON or OFF.
ON: “COMP” appears at
the top right when
DARK has been
selected as the
COMPRESSION
setting on the
FUNCTION screen.
OFF: The compression
mode is not
displayed.
SAVE&TAPE
SAVE
USER
ENG
For setting the operation
of the SAVE lamp.
SAVE:
This lights when the VTR
SAVE/STBY switch has
been set to SAVE.
It goes off during
recording.
SAVE&TAPE:
This lights when the VTR
SAVE/STBY switch has
been set to SAVE.
It goes off during
recording.
When the tape is
approaching its end, it
flashes in tandem with
the warning alarm that
sounds when tape-end is
approaching.
C U F
SAVE LED
Remarks
C U F
MIC/AUDIO screen
The MIC/AUDIO settings are performed on this
screen.
Item
FRONT MIC
POWER
C U F
Variable
range
ON
OFF
VF
display
USER
ENG
Remarks
ON : The phantom power
is supplied to the
front microphone.
OFF : The phantom power
is not supplied to the
front microphone.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
MIC/AUDIO screen
Item
MIC LOWCUT
CH1
Variable
range
VF
display
FRONT
REAR
F&R
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the high-pass
filter for the CH1 mic input.
FRONT:The high-pass filter
for the front mic
input is set to ON.
REAR: The high-pass filter
for the rear mic
input is set to ON.
F&R: The high-pass
filters for both the
front and rear mic
inputs are set to
ON.
OFF: The high-pass filter
for the CH1 input is
set to OFF.
FRONT
REAR
F&R
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting the high-pass
filter for the CH2 mic input.
FRONT:The high-pass filter
for the front mic
input is set to ON.
REAR: The high-pass filter
for the rear mic
input is set to ON.
F&R: The high-pass
filters for both the
front and rear mic
inputs are set to
ON.
OFF: The high-pass filter
for the CH2 input is
set to OFF.
C U F
MIC LOWCUT
CH2
C U F
LIMITER
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For switching the audio
limiter to ON or OFF.
ON : The limiter operates.
OFF : The limiter does not
operate.
NORMAL
ALWAYS
OFF
CHSEL
USER
ENG
NORMAL:
The test tone signal is
output when the AUDIO
IN switch for CH1 is set
to front while BAR is
selected as the
CAM/BAR switch setting.
ALWAYS:
The test tone signal is
always output when BAR
is selected as the
CAM/BAR switch setting.
OFF:
The test tone signal is
not output.
CHSEL:
The test tone signal is
output for the selected
channel when the
AUDIO IN switch CH1 or
CH2 is set to front while
BAR is selected as the
CAM/BAR switch setting.
C U F
TEST TONE
C U F
Remarks
Item
CUE SELECT
Variable
range
VF
display
SIDE SW
CH1
CH2
MIX
USER
ENG
For setting the audio
signals to be recorded on
the cue track.
SIDE SW:
The signals selected by
the CUE switch on the
side panel are recorded.
CH1:
The CH1 signals are
recorded.
CH2:
The CH2 signals are
recorded.
MIX:
The CH1 and CH2
mixed signals are
recorded.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
embedded audio signals
are to be output to the HD
SDI MON connector and
HD SDI EE connector
when 60.00 Hz has been
selected as the frame
frequency setting.
ON : The embedded
audio signals are
output.
OFF : The embedded
audio signals are not
output.
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
At low frame rates, the
images lag behind the
sound. This item is used
to select whether this lag
is to be adjusted.
ON:
The lag is adjusted so
that the timing of the
images is more or less
in synchronization with
the timing of the sound.
OFF:
The lag is not adjusted.
The same operations as
in previous models are
performed.
C U F
EMBEDDED
AUDIO (60 Hz)
C U F
A/V SYNCHRO
C U F
Remarks
<Notes>
OWhen ON has been selected as the A/V SYNCHRO item setting,
noise may be carried on the audio signals at those moments
when the frame rate is switched.
OThe timing of the images and the timing of the sound are fixed
while recording is in progress. This means that these two timings
may not be in synchronization when the frame rate is switched
during recoding even when ON has been selected as the A/V
SYNCHRO item setting.
OAt frame rates of 12P and less, it is not possible for the timing of
the images and the timing of the sound to be in synchronization
even when ON has been selected as the A/V SYNCHRO item
setting. The 12P timing will be fixed.
<Note>
The frequency characteristics in the MIC LOWCUT ON mode are
200 Hz to 10 kHz.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
TC/UB screen
The time code and user bits settings are performed on
this screen.
Item
TC MODE
Variable
range
DF
NDF
VF
display
USER
ENG
C U F
UB MODE
C U F
USER
DATE
TIME
EXT
TCG
USER
ENG
Remarks
Item
For setting the time code
to the DF or NDF mode.
DF : The time code is set
to the drop frame
mode.
NDF : The time code is set
to the non-drop
frame mode.
<Note>
This unit will perform the
processing in the non-drop
frame mode when the
frame rate has been set to
24 fps.
TCG SET HOLD
For setting what is to be
written as the user bits in
the LTC area.
USER : User setting (fixed).
DATE : Real time value for
year/month/day/
hours.
TIME : Real time value for
hours/minutes/
seconds.
EXT : The UBG value is
slave-locked when
a TC signal is
supplied from an
external source.
(The user setting is
used when no
external input is
supplied.)
TCG : Time code
generator value
<Note>
Set the time on the
TIME/DATE menu screen
when using the UB MODE
item with real-time
operation.
FIRST REC TC
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For selecting the operation
of TCG when the TCG
SET 5 power OFF 5
power ON 5 REC
operations are performed.
ON : The TCG setting is
stored when the
power is turned off,
and is not
regenerated.
OFF : The TCG setting is
not stored when the
power is turned off,
but is regenerated.
REGEN
PRESET
USER
ENG
For setting the TC REGEN
mode when recording is
started.
REGEN:
The time code set on the
tape is regenerated.
However, when the
frame rate has been set
to 24 fps, the time code
on the tape in those
parts where the drop
frame mode was
established will not be
regenerated.
PRESET:
The time code set on the
tape is not regenerated.
However, it is forcibly
regenerated when the
unit is transferred from
the rec-pause mode to
the recording mode.
C U F
C U F
Remarks
<Note>
When USER is set for the UB MODE item, it is not possible to set
EXT for the VITC UB MODE item.
Similarly, it is not possible to set EXT for the UB MODE item when
USER has been set for the VITC UB MODE item.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
This unit automatically stores as the tape management information both the frame rate information which indicates the shooting speed and
the active frame information which indicates the first frame where the frame image was switched in the user bits of the sub-code track area
(this used to be the LTC area). This information is output from the TC OUT connector, HD SDI MON connector and HD SDI EE connector.
Further, the active frame information is stored in the least significant digit of the user bits while the frame rate information is stored in its
lower third and fourth digits.
<Notes>
OWhen “DATE,” “TCG” or “USER” has been selected as the UB MODE item setting on the TC/UB screen, the tape management
information is output from the least significant digit to the lower fourth digit of the user bits, so no other user bits information will be
output.
OThe tape management information is not output as the user bits information in the VIDEO AUX area (this used to be the VITC area).
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Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
TC/UB screen
The time code and user bits settings are performed on
this screen.
Item
P. OFF LCD
DISPLAY
Variable
range
VF
display
ON
OFF
USER
ENG
For setting whether the
LCD display is to appear
when the power is OFF.
ON : The LCD display
appears even when
the power is OFF.
OFF : The LCD display
does not appear
when the power is
OFF.
The power-saving mode is
established.
TCG
TCG/TCR
USER
ENG
For selecting the time
code which is to be output
to the time code output
connector.
TCG:
The time code generated
by the time code
generator is output at all
times.
TCG/TCR:
The time code generated
by the time code
generator is output in the
E-E mode; the time code
reader value is output in
the V-V mode.
C U F
TC OUT
C U F
Remarks
Item
VITC UB MODE
Variable
range
VF
display
USER
DATE
TIME
EXT
TCG
USER
ENG
For setting what is to be
written as the user bits in
the VITC area.
USER : User setting (fixed).
DATE : Real time value for
year/month/day/
hours.
TIME : Real time value for
hours/minutes/
seconds.
EXT : The UBG value is
slave-locked when
a TC signal is
supplied from an
external source.
(The user setting is
used when no
external input is
supplied.)
TCG : Time code
generator value
<Notes>
O Set the time on the
TIME/DATE menu
screen when using the
UB MODE item with
real-time operation.
OThe tape management
information is not
output as the user bits
information in the
VITC area.
24F
25F
30F
USER
ENG
For setting the number of
frames to be displayed per
second in the time code
frame digits.
24F: 0 to 23 frames will be
displayed per second.
25F: 0 to 24 frames will be
displayed per second.
30F: 0 to 29 frames will be
displayed per second.
C U F
TC DISP SEL
C U F
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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Remarks
Setting menu screens
VTR MAIN MENU (continued)
TIME DATE screen
VTR INITIALIZE screen
The time/date settings are performed on this screen.
The VTR MENU settings are initialized and the user
data is saved on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
YEAR
00—05—99
ENG
For setting the year.
MONTH
1 — 12
ENG
For setting the month.
DAY
1 — 31
ENG
For setting the day.
HOUR
0 — 23
ENG
For setting the hours.
MINUTE
0 — 59
ENG
For setting the minutes.
ENG
For entering the time and
date.
$ TIME/DATE
SET
==
Item
This is the index screen for opening the screens
containing the items to be registered on the VTR unit’s
USER MENU.
SUB menu
VF
display
Remarks
FUNCTION
ENG
Index for opening the FUNCTION
screen.
BATTERY/TAPE
ENG
Index for opening the BATTERY/TAPE
screen.
MONITOR
MARKER
ENG
Index for opening the screen
(MONITOR MARKER) on which to set
the markers for the HD SDI MON
connector and color EVF.
VTR VF
INDICATOR
ENG
Index for opening the VTR VF
INDICATOR screen.
MIC/AUDIO
ENG
Index for opening the MIC/AUDIO
screen.
TC/UB
ENG
Index for opening the TC/UB screen.
VF
display
Remarks
READ FACTORY
DATA
==
ENG
For returning the menu
data to the factory
settings.
WRITE VTR
USER DATA
==
ENG
For saving the VTR MENU
data inherent to the user
into the unit’s memory.
DIAGNOSTIC screen
The use statuses and software versions are displayed
on this screen.
Item
VTR USER MENU SELECT screen
Variable
range
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
OPERATION
==
ENG
Operating time with power
ON.
DRUM RUNNING
==
ENG
Number of hours the drum
has rotated.
THREADING
==
ENG
Number of times tapes
have been loaded.
VTR SYSCON
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the system
microcomputer.
SERVO
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the servo
microcomputer.
MECHACON
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the mechanism control
microcomputer.
FRONT
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the LCD panel drive
microcomputer.
SDI IF
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the SDI IF FPGA.
AUDIO
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the AUDIO FPGA.
CODEC
==
ENG
For displaying the version
of the CODEC FPGA.
VTR CARD READ/WRITE screen
The settings for saving the menu data onto the SD
memory card and loading the data from it are
performed on this screen.
Item
Variable
range
VF
display
Remarks
READ
==
ENG
For loading the VTR data
from the SD memory card.
WRITE
==
ENG
For saving the VTR data
onto the SD memory card.
READ USER
DATA
==
ENG
For loading the VTR user
area data contained in the
unit’s internal memory.
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
123
Setting menu screens
VTR USER MENU SELECT
ON (¢) or OFF (≥) is set on this screen to determine which items are to be registered on the USER MENU
screen.
The maximum number of VTR unit items which can be registered is 14.
FUNCTION screen
Item
NEWS REC
MODE
Variable
range
VF
display
For setting the registration
of the NEWS REC MODE
item on the USER MENU
screen.
BATT NEAR
END ALARM
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the HUMID OPE item
on the USER MENU
screen.
BATT NEAR
END CANCEL
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the REC START item
on the USER MENU
screen.
BATT END
ALARM
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the PAUSE TIMER item
on the USER MENU
screen.
BATT REMAIN
FULL
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the RETAKE MODE
item on the USER MENU
screen.
TAPE NEAR
END ALARM
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the INTERVAL REC
MODE item on the USER
MENU screen.
TAPE NEAR
END TIME
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the INTERVAL REC
TIME item on the USER
MENU screen.
TAPE END
ALARM
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the INTERVAL PAUSE
TIME item on the USER
MENU screen.
TAPE REMAIN /$
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the ECU REC CHK SW
item on the USER MENU
screen.
C U F
PAUSE TIMER
C U F
RETAKE MODE
C U F
INTERVAL REC
MODE
C U F
INTERVAL REC
TIME
C U F
INTERVAL
PAUSE TIME
C U F
ECU REC CHK
SW
C U F
CHARACTER
ON SDI
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
COMPRESSION
MODE
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
For setting the registration
of the CHARACTER ON
SDI item on the USER
MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the COMPRESSION
item on the USER MENU
screen.
BATTERY
SELECT
Variable
range
VF
display
¢
≥
ENG
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
EXT DC IN
SELECT
C U F
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Variable
range
VF
display
ENG
For setting the registration
of the BATT NEAR END
ALARM item on the USER
MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the BATT NEAR END
CANCEL item on the
USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the BATT END ALARM
item on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the BATT REMAIN
FULL item on the USER
MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TAPE NEAR END
ALARM item on the USER
MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TAPE NEAR END
TIME item on the USER
MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TAPE END ALARM
item on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TAPE REMAIN/$
item on the USER MENU
screen.
C U F
C U F
C U F
C U F
C U F
C U F
C U F
C U F
MONITOR MARKER screen
Item
SAFETY ZONE
Variable
range
VF
display
ENG
For setting the registration
of the SAFETY MENU
item on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the CENTER MARK
item on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the FRAME SIG item on
the USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the BATTERY SELECT
item on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the MARK item on the
USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the EXT DC IN
SELECT item on the
USER MENU screen.
C U F
MARK
C U F
Remarks
¢
≥
C U F
CENTER MARK
FRAME SIG
Remarks
Remarks
¢
≥
C U F
BATTERY/TAPE screen
Item
Item
ENG
C U F
REC START
Remarks
¢
≥
C U F
HUMID OPE
BATTERY/TAPE screen
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
Setting menu screens
VTR USER MENU SELECT (continued)
ON (¢) or OFF (≥) is set on this screen to determine which items are to be registered on the USER MENU
screen.
The maximum number of VTR unit items which can be registered is 14.
VTR VF INDICATOR screen
Item
TAPE (IND)
Variable
range
VF
display
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TAPE (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
CUE SELECT
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the BATTERY (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
EMBEDDED
AUDIO (60Hz)
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the LVEL METER (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
A/V SYNCHRO
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the AUDIO IN (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
C U F
LEVEL METER
(IND)
C U F
AUDIO IN (IND)
C U F
TC (IND)
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
VTR WARNING
(IND)
¢
≥
ENG
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
COMPRESSION
(IND)
C U F
SAVE LED
¢
≥
ENG
C U F
For setting the registration
of the TC (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the VTR WARNING (VF
INDICATOR) item on the
USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the COMPRESSION
(VF INDICATOR) item on
the USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration
of the SAVE LED item on
the USER MENU screen.
FRONT MIC
POWER
Variable
range
¢
≥
VF
display
ENG
C U F
For setting the registration
of the CUE SELECT item
on the USER MENU
screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the EMBEDDED
AUDIO (60Hz) item on the
USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the A/V SYNCHRO item
on the USER MENU
screen.
TC/UB screen
Item
TC MODE
Variable
range
VF
display
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TC MODE item on
the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the UB MODE item on
the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TCG SET HOLD item
on the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the FIRST REC TC item
on the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the P.OFF LCD
DISPLAY item on the
USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TC OUT item on the
USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the VITC UB MODE item
on the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TC DISP SEL item on
the USER MENU screen.
C U F
UB MODE
C U F
TCG SET HOLD
C U F
FIRST REC TC
C U F
MIC LOWCUT
CH2
C U F
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration of
the MIC LOWCUT CH2 item
on the USER MENU screen.
LIMITER
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the LIMITER item on
the USER MENU screen.
¢
≥
ENG
For setting the registration
of the TEST TONE item on
the USER MENU screen.
For setting the registration of
the MIC LOWCUT CH1 item
on the USER MENU screen.
VITC UB MODE
C U F
TC DISP SEL
C U F
Remarks
¢
≥
C U F
ENG
C U F
ENG
C U F
Remarks
For setting the registration
of the FRONT MIC
POWER item on the
USER MENU screen.
Remarks
¢
≥
C U F
¢
≥
C U F
VF
display
C U F
TC OUT
MIC LOWCUT
CH1
C U F
TEST TONE
Variable
range
C U F
P.OFF LCD
DISPLAY
MIC/AUDIO screen
Item
Item
¢
≥
C U F
BATTERY (IND)
Remarks
MIC/AUDIO screen
The underlining in the variable range column indicates the setting in
the preset mode.
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