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Menu Information
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Menu
Menu Configuration
MENU
USER MENU
SYSTEM SETTING
MAIN MENU
PAINT
OPTION MENU
OPTION
RB GAIN CONTROL
RGB BLACK CONTROL
MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
HIGH SETTING
ADDITIONAL DTL
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
GAMMA
CAMERA SETTING
VF
CAM OPERATION
Opening the Menus
CAMERA ID
SHUTTER SPEED
SHUTTER SELECT
USER SW
SW MODE
WHITE BALANCE MODE
LENS/IRIS
MAIN OPERATION
USER MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed.
MAIN MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed for at least 3 seconds.
OPTION MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed while pressing the LIGHT
button.
FILE
SD CARD READ/WRITE
SD CARD R/W SELECT
CAC FILE CARD READ
LENS FILE
LENS FILE CARD R/W
SCENE
INITIALIZE
MAINTENANCE
USER MENU SELECT
[SELECT MODE]
SYSTEM SETTING
PAINT
VF
CAM OPE
MAIN OPE
FILE
MAINTENANCE
SYSTEM MODE
OPTION MODE
REC FUNCTION
OUTPUT SEL
HD SDI A・B OUT MARKER
MONI OUT MARKER
LCD MONITOR
GENLOCK
VF DISPLAY
VF MARKER
VF USER BOX
VF INDICATOR1
VF INDICATOR2
VF INDICATOR3
MODE CHECK IND
! LED
BATTERY/P2CARD
BATTERY SETTING1
BATTERY SETTING2
MIC/AUDIO 1
MIC/AUDIO 2
TC/UB
UMID SET/INFO
LENS ADJ
BLACK SHADING
WHITE SHADING
LENS FILE ADJ
CAC ADJ
DIAGNOSTIC1
DIAGNOSTIC2
HOURS METER
Notes
The items highlighted in grey cannot be selected by <USER MENU SELECT>.
The underlined items can only be selected by <USER MENU SELECT> as one whole page (with all sub-items). Individual
sub-items cannot be selected separately.
About Menu Description Tables
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SCAN REVERSE OFF
ON
Remarks
This setting is for correcting an image
which has been inverted by a film-use
lens or anamorphic lens attached to
the unit.
S C U F R
a
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b
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c
a. The following letters indicate whether the modified menu data is
saved to or read out from the memory.
The – indicates that the data cannot be saved or read.
S = Can be saved and read as scene file data.
C = Can be saved or read using SD CARD READ/WRITE.
U = Can be saved and read as user data.
Please refer to [SCENE] (page 203) and [INITIALIZE]
(page 203).
F = Can be read using READ FACTORY DATA.
Please refer to [INITIALIZE] (page 203).
R = Can set whether or not to store changes using the RC DATA
SAVE menu option.
Please refer to [Connection of the remote control unit (AJRC10G)] (page 123).
b. This section shows the adjustable range of the set value, and
available options for this item.
c. About the settings available for this item.
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USER MENU:USER MENU is factory-set. The menu can be
configured to suit your preferences by
specifying each option according to your
purposes and frequency of use, through the
<USER MENU SELECT> screen, which is
accessible from the MAIN MENU page.
For more information, see [Selecting Options
for USER MENU] (page 169).
To display USER MENU, press the MENU
button.
a
MAIN MENU: Allows you to set all options on the settings
menu.
This menu has a category-by-category
structure, layered according to purposes and
frequency of use.
To display MAIN MENU, press the MENU
button for 3 seconds or longer.
c
b
a.
b.
c.
d.
LIGHT button
Jog dial button
MENU button
SHOT MARKER/MENU CANCEL button
Menu
SYSTEM SETTING:
This option is used to specify recording signal,
recording system, etc.
PAINT: This option is used to fine-adjust images while
monitoring the output waveform of the
camera, using the waveform monitor.
Normally, this adjustment requires assistance
from a video engineer.
This option may be performed by an external
remote control. However, it is valid when the
unit is used as a stand-alone device.
VF:
Used to select the information items to be
displayed in the viewfinder screen.
CAM OPERATION:
Used to change settings according to the
conditions for the subject.
MAIN OPERATION:
Used to specify recording-related items, such
as audio settings, time code, battery and P2
card remaining amounts.
FILE:
Used to specify file-related items such as SD
memory card reading/writing and lens file
settings.
MAINTENANCE:
Used to specify maintenance-related items.
USER MENU SELECT:
Used to edit USER MENU.
d
OPTION MENU:
Provides options which may be needed if
functions are added in the future.
To display OPTION MENU, hold down the
LIGHT button and press the MENU button.
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Setting Menu Options
The menu options are set with the MENU and jog dial
buttons.
The menu comprises main menu, sub-menus and options
menus.
The data specified through menu options are written and
saved in the internal memory of the unit.
This section describes how to set options in MAIN MENU.
The other menus can be configured in the same manner (the
method of displaying the menu screen depends on the
particular menu).
4
Turn the jog dial button to move the mark () to a
desired option. Then, press the jog dial button. The
value starts blinking.
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Note
When the unit is in thumbnail mode, the viewfinder displays
“THUMBNAIL OPEN”, disabling navigation through the
menu.
1
Press the MENU button for 3 seconds or longer.
The MAIN MENU screen appears, together with its
options.
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2
Turn the jog dial button to move the mark () to a
desired menu option. Then, press the jog dial button to
display the sub-menu screen.
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3
Turn the jog dial button to move the mark () to a
desired menu option. Then, press the jog dial button to
display the options screen.
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5
Turn the jog dial button to change the value.
To increase the value:
Turn the jog dial button clockwise, as seen from the front
of the camera.
To decrease the value:
Turn the jog dial button anti-clockwise, as seen from the
front of the camera.
Each turn of the dial switches the value by one step. A
quick turn changes the value rapidly; a slow turn makes
a fine adjustment.
To turn an option on or off:
To select “ON”, turn the jog dial button clockwise, as
seen from the front of the camera.
To select “OFF”, turn the jog dial button anti-clockwise,
as seen from the front of the camera.
To return the changed set value to the previous one:
To return the changed value to the previous one, press
the SHOT MARKER/MENU CANCEL button once while
the changed value is flashing and “PUSH CANCEL
BACK TO PREV” will appear. Press the SHOT
MARKER/MENU CANCEL button again to return the set
value to the value before the change.
Notes
The following menu items cannot be canceled using
the SHOT MARKER/MENU CANCEL button.
– Pages on the USER MENU SELECT screen
– Pages on the FILE screen
– CAMERA ID
– Part of the WHITE BALANCE MODE pages
– BATTERY SETTING1, 2
– UMID SET/INFO
In the 1080/23.98P and 1080/24P modes, the menu
displayed on the LCD monitor may blink. This is
normal, and does not indicate that a fault has
occurred.
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6
7
8
Press the jog dial button.
The value stops blinking and is accepted.
To change the settings for other options on the same
page, repeat steps 4 - 6.
When the settings are finalized, press the MENU button.
This terminates the menu option setting mode and
returns the unit to normal operation mode.
Selecting Options for USER MENU
Go to the USER MENU SELECT page from MAIN MENU.
Then, open relevant menu screens to select options to add
to USER MENU.
Only the selected options are displayed as options in USER
MENU.
For information about how to navigate this menu, see
[Setting Menu Options] (page 168).
Menu
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Note
Options with [ ] are effective. The number of options that
can be added to USER MENU is 14 3=42 (3 pages of
options) for camera-related options, and 14 (1 page of
options) for memory-related options. Note, however, that the
number of options that can be added is reduced if menu
options not normally displayed in the selected mode are
added.
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Menu Description Tables
SYSTEM SETTING
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
SYSTEM MODE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SYSTEM MODE 1080-59.94i
1080-23.98PsF
1080-24PsF
1080-50i
Remarks
For setting the system frequency.
When this item is switched, turn off the
POWER switch on the unit and then
turn it on again.
Notes
When USB DEVICE mode is
selected, no change can be made to
this option.
When the remote control unit (AJRC10G) is connected, this item is
not displayed.
S C U F –
Used to set the codec mode and the
recording/shooting mode.
DVCPROHD:
Recording is performed using
DVCPRO HD codec.
AVC-I 100:
Recording is performed using
AVC-Intra100 codec.
AVC-I 50:
Recording is performed using
AVC-Intra50 codec.
REC FORMAT
DVCPROHD/60i
AVC-I 100/60i
AVC-I 100/30PN
AVC-I 100/24PN
AVC-I 50/60i
AVC-I 50/30PN
AVC-I 50/24PN
Used when SYSTEM MODE is set to
1080-59.94i.
When DVCPROHD/60i is selected, it is
possible to refine the shooting mode
selection by setting CAMERA MODE.
AVC-I 100/24PN
AVC-I 50/24PN
Used when SYSTEM MODE is set to
1080-23.98PsF or 1080-24PsF.
DVCPROHD/50i
AVC-I 100/50i
AVC-I 100/25PN
AVC-I 50/50i
AVC-I 50/25PN
Used when SYSTEM MODE is set to
1080-50i.
When DVCPROHD/50i is selected, it is
possible to refine the shooting mode
selection by setting CAMERA MODE.
S C U F R
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CAMERA MODE (DVCPROHD/
60i of 108059.94i)
60i
30P
24P
24PA
(DVCPROHD/
50i of 1080-50i)
50i
25P
(Modes other
than the above)
24P
25P
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When using the DVCPRO HD recording
format in the 1080-60i or 1080-50i
modes, the pull-down method
(conventional camera mode) will be set.
S C U F R
VFR
OFF
ON
This is for setting the variable frame rate.
OFF: Operates with a fixed frame
number. Operates with a frame
rate set using REC FORMAT.
ON:
Operates with a variable frame
rate. Operates with a frame rate
set using FRAME RATE.
Note
When INTERVAL REC or LOOP REC is
set, this setting is set to “OFF”.
S C U F R
24P VFR RANGE 24FRAME
30FRAME
Select the upper limit of the frame rate
that can be changed during VFR.
This item is displayed only when “108023.98PsF” or “1080-24PsF” is selected
in SYSTEM MODE.
Note
Sequence of the HD SDI output signal
will be disturbed when this item is set to
“30FRAME” and FRAME RATE is set to
“24-30FRAME”, but this is not a
malfunction.
– – – F –
FRAME RATE
S C U F R
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Remarks
(1080-59.94i,
1080-23.98PsF,
1080-24PsF)
1FRAME
:
24FRAME
:
30FRAME
(1080-50i)
1FRAME
:
25FRAME
This is for setting the shooting frame
number during VFR operation.
When the mode has been changed
using other settings and the frame rate
value set here exceeds the maximum
frame rate allowed by the set mode, the
maximum frame rate is changed to the
maximum frame rate of the set mode.
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
USR SW F.RATE (1080-59.94i,
1080-23.98PsF,
1080-24PsF)
1FRAME
:
24FRAME
:
30FRAME
(1080-50i)
1FRAME
:
25FRAME
Remarks
When the FRATE function has been
assigned to a user button, the starting
frame rate under VFR operation is set.
When the mode has been changed
using other settings and the frame rate
value set here exceeds the maximum
frame rate allowed by the set mode, the
maximum frame rate is changed to the
maximum frame rate of the set mode.
OPTION MODE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ACCESS LED
OFF
SLOT SIDE
LCD SIDE
BOTH
Specify whether or not to enable the P2
card access LEDs.
OFF: Disables both LEDs above the
slots and on the side panel.
SLOT SIDE:
Enables the LED above the slots
and disables the LED on the side
panel.
LCD SIDE:
Enables the LED on the side
panel and disables the LED
above the slots.
BOTH: Enables both LEDs above the
slots and on the side panel.
HOLD
CLEAR
Select whether or not to hold the UMID
GPS position information while the
power is turned off, thereby keeping this
information as status data holding the
previous value until the power is turned
on again, which enables a new
measurement to start.
HOLD: Hold and save the data.
CLEAR: Clear the data when the power is
turned off, and save zero (NoInfo) from the next power-on
until a new measurement is
completed.
S C U F R
SCAN REVERSE ON
OFF
This setting is for correcting an image
which has been inverted by a film-use
lens or anamorphic lens attached to the
unit.
S C U F R
PC MODE SEL
USB HOST
USB DEV.
– – – F –
PC MODE
ON
OFF
Used to enable or disable the mode that
allows the unit to be connected to a PC
or an external hard disk drive via
USB 2.0.
ON:
Sets the unit to the mode
selected through the PC MODE
SELECT menu option.
OFF: Disables the PC MODE for
normal operation.
Note
Once the power is turned off, the option
is always set to “OFF” when the power is
turned on next time.
– C U F –
P.OFF GPS
DATA
Menu
This is for setting the operations mode of
this unit when PC MODE is set to “ON”
and an external device is connected to
the USB connector.
USB HOST:
Allows data transfer from the unit
to the USB-connected device.
USB DEV.:
Allows data transfer from the
USB-connected device to the
unit.
Note
When the PC MODE menu option is set
to “ON”, no change can be made to this
option.
Remarks
– C U F –
SDI METADATA ON
OFF
Used to specify whether or not to output
metadata (UMID) to HD SDI.
– C U F –
SAVE SW (AUD ON
OUT)
OFF
Select whether or not to forcibly disable
the audio output when the SAVE ON/
OFF switch is set to [ON].
ON:
Disable audio output.
OFF: Enable audio output.
– C U F –
SAVE SW (LCD) ON
OFF
– – – F –
Select whether or not to automatically
turn off the LCD monitor when the SAVE
ON/OFF switch is set to [ON].
ON:
Turn off LCD monitor.
OFF: Do not turn off LCD monitor.
– C U F –
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REC FUNCTION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
INTERVAL REC ON
MODE
ONE SHOT
OFF
Remarks
Sets INTERVAL REC function.
ON:
Uses internal memory to perform
interval recording.
ONE SHOT:
Performs “one-shot” recording
for the duration specified under
REC TIME, and then stops.
OFF: INTERVAL REC is not
performed.
Note
This item cannot be changed when “ON”
is selected in LOOP REC MODE.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Select whether or not to enable PRE
RECORDING.
ON:
PRE RECORDING enabled.
OFF: PRE RECORDING disabled.
Note
Specify the PRE RECORDING time by
using the menu option PRE REC TIME.
PRE REC MODE ON
OFF
– C U F –
PRE REC TIME
1SEC
:
8SEC
Set PRE RECORDING.
1-8SEC:
Set the length of time that can be
retrospectively recorded before
the REC START button is
pressed.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable LOOP
REC.
This setting can be used with PRE
RECORDING features.
ON:
Enable LOOP REC.
OFF: Disable LOOP REC.
Notes
After the power is turned off, this item
will default to “OFF” the next time the
power is turned on.
This item cannot be changed when
“ON” or “ONE SHOT” is selected in
INTERVAL REC MODE.
ALL
NORMAL
Select operating modes that allow
recording to start.
ALL: Allow recording to start during
stop, recording pause, and
playback.
NORMAL:
Allow recording to start during
stop and recording pause.
Note
Even if this is set to “ALL”, the operation
is “NORMAL”, when “ON” or “ONE
SHOT” is selected in INTERVAL REC
MODE.
– C U F –
INTERVAL REC ON
HOLD
OFF
Selects whether INTERVAL REC MODE
settings are retained or not when the
power is turned off once.
ON:
Retain
OFF: Do not retain. The INTERVAL
REC MODE is “OFF” whenever
the power is turned on again.
– C U F –
LOOP REC
MODE
– C U F –
REC TIME*
00s01f
:
59s29f
Set recording time for INTERVAL REC
(1 cut).
Note
However the settings can be made
frame by frame, and the numbers of the
cut-off unit frames for the shortest time
period and the set time on the actual
operation may vary with the recording
method. For details, refer to [Interval
Recording] (page 44).
– – – F –
REC START
– C U F –
PAUSE TIME*
00h00m00s01f
:
00h04m59s23f
:
23h59m59s29f
Specify pause time for INTERVAL REC.
Note
However the settings can be made
frame by frame, and the numbers of the
cut-off unit frames for the shortest time
period and the set time on the actual
operation may vary with the recording
method. For details, refer to [Interval
Recording] (page 44).
NONE
:
5day
Specify the time needed for INTERVAL
REC.
Select from “NONE” (continue until
operation is manually stopped) to
5 days.
NONE
00m00s01f
:
99m59s29f
OVER100min
Display total recorded time for
INTERVAL REC. The setting cannot be
changed using this option. Displays the
recording time (recording time needed
for the P2 card) calculated using REC
TIME, PAUSE TIME, and TAKE TOTAL
TIME.
Note
A value based on actual processing is
displayed.
– C U F –
TAKE TOTAL
TIME
– C U F –
Select the recording order of the slot
when the power is turned on.
HOLD: The recording order starts with
the card previously selected
when the power was turned off.
SLOT1: The recording order starts with
the card that is inserted in slot 1
when the power is turned on.
P.ON REC SLOT HOLD
SEL
SLOT1
– C U F –
TOTAL REC
TIME*
– – – – –
AUDIO REC
ON
OFF
Select whether or not sound will be
recorded during INTERVAL REC.
0SEC
:
10SEC
Set the delay after pressing REC START
to start recording in INTERVAL REC.
– C U F –
START DELAY
– C U F –
Note
Displayed REC TIME, PAUSE TIME and TOTAL REC TIME
are translated into either drop-frame or non-drop-frame
according to the mode of operation.
TAKE TOTAL TIME is actual time. Therefore, TOTAL REC
TIME may incorporate fractions, depending on the settings.
Example of drop-frame
– C U F –
* This variable range is the numerical values for 59.94 Hz. For
50 Hz, the frame rate is up to 24f. The frame rate is up to 23f in
24PN (Native) mode.
172
Remarks
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REC TIME
02s00f
PAUSE TIME
02s00f
TAKE TOTAL TIME
40min
TOTAL REC TIME
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OUTPUT SEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SIGNAL
FORMAT
4:2:2
4:4:4
Remarks
Select the signal that is output from the
HD SDI A · B connectors.
4:2:2: YPBPR 4:2:2 format is selected.
4:4:4: RGB 4:4:4 format is selected.
LINK A will be output from the
HD SDI A connector, and LINK B
from the HD SDI B connector.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MONITOR OUT
VBS
HD SDI
Select the output signal on the MON
OUT connector.
ON
OFF
This sets whether to perform telecine
conversion correction on the MON OUT,
RC OUT, and LCD OUT signals when
GAMMA MODE SEL is set to “FILMREC”.
ON:
Correction is performed.
OFF: Correction is not performed.
VF-OFF
LCD-OFF
ON
This sets whether to superimpose
characters on the video shown on the
LCD monitor and in the viewfinder.
Note, however, that the characters are
output to one of the MON OUT, VF OUT
and LCD OUT signals.
MEM
CAM
Select the image to display in the
viewfinder.
MEM: Display the playback image in
the playback mode. Display the
camera image at other times.
CAM: Always display the camera
image.
MONO
COLOR
Select the video signal that is output to
the viewfinder connector.
MONO: Output the Y signal alone to the
viewfinder connector.
COLOR: Output the Y, PB, and PR signals
to the viewfinder connector.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to output clip
thumbnails displayed on the LCD
monitor to the MON OUT (VBS) signal
and the REMOTE connector.
ON:
Enable output.
OFF: Disable output.
Note
Even when the MON OUT OUTPUT SEL
switch is in the [CAM] position,
thumbnails are output when this option is
set to “ON”.
SQUEEZE
LT-BOX
For setting the mode of the down
converter output signals.
– C U F –
MONITOR
GAMMA
– C U F –
P-10LOG
ON
OFF
ON:
OFF:
P-10LOG format signal is output.
This is valid when GAMMA
MODE SEL is set to “FILMREC”, and SIGNAL FORMAT is
set to “4:4:4”.
Signal format set in GAMMA
MODE SEL is output.
Note
If you select “ON” in this item, 2D-CMS
will operate simultaneously as well.
– C U F –
VF/LCD CHAR
– C U F –
OUTPUT ITEM
VF MODE
Set the character contents
superimposed onto the output signals for
the HD SDI A · B connector and MON
OUT connector.
MENU ONLY:
Displays only when the menu
characters are superimposed.
No display appears when other
characters are superimposed.
TC:
Display the time code. (Displays
the menu when menu characters
are superimposed.)
Note that when 1080/23.98PsF
or 1080/24PsF has been
selected in the SYSTEM MODE
menu option, the frame digits will
not be updated correctly.
STATUS: Display the same characters
superimposed on the viewfinder
signal. (Displays the menu when
menu characters are
superimposed.)
– C U F –
VF SEL
– C U F –
THUMBNAIL
OUT
– C U F –
HD SDI A · B
CHAR
OFF
A
B
BOTH
Select whether to superimpose
characters on the HD SDI A · B
connector. (The character content output
from the HD SDI A · B and MON OUT
connectors is the same.)
OFF: The characters are not
superimposed.
A:
The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI A
connector.
B:
The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI B
connector.
BOTH: The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI A
connector and the HD SDI B
connector.
Menu
– C U F –
MENU ONLY
TC
STATUS
Remarks
– C U F –
DOWNCON
MODE
– C U F –
– C U F –
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HD SDI A · B OUT MARKER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MARKER SW
OFF
A
B
BOTH
Remarks
Switches the marker on and off.
OFF: The characters are not
superimposed.
A:
The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI A
connector.
B:
The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI B
connector.
BOTH: The characters are
superimposed on the HD SDI A
connector and the HD SDI B
connector.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FRAME SIG
Switch the center mark.
OFF: Do not display center mark.
1:
+ (large)
2:
Hollow (large)
3:
+ (small)
4:
Hollow (small)
– C U F R
SAFETY MARK
OFF
1
2
Select the frame type for the safety zone.
OFF: Do not display frame.
1:
Box
4:3
13:9
14:9
VISTA
CNSCO
Set the frame marker.
The VISTA ratio is 16:8.65.
The CNSCO ratio is 16:6.81.
ON
OFF
For setting whether to include the user
box in the signal from the HD SDI A · B
connector.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the width of the user box.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the height of the user box.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the horizontal position of the
user box center.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the vertical position of the
user box center.
– C U F R
USER BOX
– C U F R
USER BOX
WIDTH
– C U F R
CENTER MARK OFF
1
2
3
4
Remarks
– C U F R
USER BOX
HEIGHT
– C U F R
USER BOX H
POS
– C U F R
2:
Corner frame
– C U F R
– C U F R
SAFETY AREA
80%
:
90%
:
100%
For setting the size of the safety marker.
It is possible to set the size by units of
1% with a fixed ratio between of width
and height.
ON
OFF
Set the frame marker to “ON” or “OFF”.
– C U F R
FRAME MARK
– C U F R
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USER BOX V
POS
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MONI OUT MARKER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CENTER MARK OFF
1
2
3
4
LCD MONITOR
Remarks
Switch the center mark.
OFF: Do not display center mark.
1:
+ (large)
2:
Hollow (large)
3:
+ (small)
4:
Hollow (small)
– C U F R
SAFETY MARK
OFF
1
2
Select the frame type for the safety zone.
OFF: Do not display frame.
1:
Box
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
BRIGHTNESS
–7
:
+0
:
+7
Adjust the LCD monitor brightness.
–7
:
+0
:
+7
Adjust the LCD monitor chroma level.
–7
:
+0
:
+7
Adjust the LCD monitor contrast.
NORMAL
HIGH
Adjust the backlight.
NORMAL:
Mode normally used
HIGH: This is brighter than NORMAL.
NORMAL
MIRROR
Select whether or not to change the LCD
monitor to mirror image.
NORMAL:
Do not change to mirror image.
MIRROR:
Change to mirror image.
– C U F –
COLOR LEVEL
– C U F –
CONTRAST
2:
Remarks
Corner frame
– C U F –
BACKLIGHT
– C U F R
80%
:
90%
:
100%
For setting the size of the safety marker.
It is possible to set the size by units of
1% with a fixed ratio between of width
and height.
ON
OFF
Set the frame marker to “ON” or “OFF”.
4:3
13:9
14:9
VISTA
CNSCO
Set the frame marker.
The VISTA ratio is 16:8.65.
The CNSCO ratio is 16:6.81.
ON
OFF
For setting whether to include the user
box in the signal from the MON OUT
connector.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the width of the user box.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the height of the user box.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the horizontal position of the
user box center.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the vertical position of the
user box center.
– C U F –
SELF SHOOT
– C U F R
FRAME MARK
– C U F R
FRAME SIG
Menu
SAFETY AREA
– C U F –
– C U F R
USER BOX
– C U F R
USER BOX
WIDTH
– C U F R
USER BOX
HEIGHT
– C U F R
USER BOX H
POS
– C U F R
USER BOX V
POS
– C U F R
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GENLOCK
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
GENLOCK
Remarks
INT
EXT
Switch the camera synchronizing signal.
INT:
Synchronize with the internal
reference signal regardless of
the reference signal input to the
GENLOCK IN connector.
EXT: Synchronize with the reference
signal input to the GENLOCK IN
connector.
HD SDI
COMPOSIT
For selecting the output signals that lock
phases to the signals that are input in the
GENLOCK IN connector. Note, however,
that in 1080/23.98PsF mode and 1080/
24PsF mode, the phase is locked to HD
SDI even if “COMPOSIT” has been
selected.
HD SDI:
For locking the HD SDI output
signals to the GENLOCK input.
For the down converter output
signals, the start position of the
video delays by about 90 lines.
COMPOSIT:
For locking the down converter
output signals to the GENLOCK
input.
For the HD SDI output signals,
the start position of the video
gains by about 90 lines.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
Perform coarse phase adjustment for
horizontal hold when configuring a
system.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
Perform fine phase adjustment for
horizontal hold when configuring a
system.
– C U F R
GL PHASE
– C U F R
H PHASE
COARSE
– – – – –
H PHASE FINE
– – – – –
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PAINT
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
RB GAIN CONTROL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
R GAIN AWB
PRE*
RGB BLACK CONTROL
Remarks
–200
:
+000
:
+200
For setting the Rch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [PRST]
position.
MASTER PED*
–200
:
+000
:
+200
For setting the Bch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [PRST]
position.
R PEDESTAL*
For setting the Rch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [A] position.
G PEDESTAL*
For setting the Bch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [A] position.
B PEDESTAL*
For setting the Rch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [B] position.
PEDESTAL
OFFSET*
S C U F R
B GAIN AWB
PRE*
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
–200
:
+000
:
+200
For setting the level of the master
pedestal.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For setting the pedestal level of the Rch.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For setting the pedestal level of the Gch.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For setting the pedestal level of the Bch.
ON
OFF
For setting the pedestal levels of the
Rch, the Gch and the Bch when the auto
black balance is adjusted.
ON:
To retain the values set in the
respective items of R
PEDESTAL, G PEDESTAL, and
B PEDESTAL
OFF: The pedestal levels of the Rch,
the Gch and the Bch are set to
“0”.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For adjusting the flare level of the Rch.
Adjustment values in this item are added
to the flare adjustment value that is
adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For adjusting the flare level of the Gch.
Adjustment values in this item are added
to the flare adjustment value that is
adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.
–100
:
+000
:
+100
For adjusting the flare level of the Bch.
Adjustment values in this item are added
to the flare adjustment value that is
adjusted on <LENS FILE ADJ> screen.
S C U F R
S C U F R
S C U F R
S C U F R
S C U F R
B GAIN AWB A* –200
:
+000
:
+200
S C U F R
S C U F R
R GAIN AWB B* –200
:
+000
:
+200
S C U F R
B GAIN AWB B* –200
:
+000
:
+200
For setting the Bch gain when the
WHITE BAL switch is in the [B] position.
S C U F R
S C U F –
ON
OFF
For setting the values of the Rch gain
and the Bch gain when the auto white
balance is executed as the WHITE BAL
switch is in the [A] position.
ON:
To retain the values set in the
items of R GAIN AWB A and B
GAIN AWB A
OFF: The values of the Rch gain and
the Bch gain is set to “0”.
R FLARE*
S C U F R
G FLARE*
S C U F R
AWB B GAIN
OFFSET*
Menu
R GAIN AWB A* –200
:
+000
:
+200
AWB A GAIN
OFFSET*
Remarks
ON
OFF
For setting the values of the Rch gain
and the Bch gain when the auto white
balance is executed as the WHITE BAL
switch is in the [B] position.
ON:
To retain the values set in the
items of R GAIN AWB B and B
GAIN AWB B
OFF: The values of the Rch gain and
the Bch gain is set to “0”.
S C U F R
B FLARE*
S C U F R
* If the remote control unit is connected, settings made from the
menu are disabled. (The set value is displayed.)
S C U F R
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MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MATRIX
TABLE
Remarks
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
for the linear matrix.
–63
:
+31
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (red/green)
–63
:
–04
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (red/blue)
–63
:
–01
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (green/red)
–63
:
+04
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (green/blue)
–63
:
+01
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (blue/red)
–63
:
–01
:
+63
For performing the linear matrix
adjustment. (blue/green)
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
when the GAIN switch is in the [L]
position.
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
when the GAIN switch is in the [M]
position.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
R
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX R-G
S C U F R
„M MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F –
„H MATRIX
TABLE
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
when the GAIN switch is in the [H]
position.
S C U F –
Notes
The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT>
screen. The items without „ are the setting items for
PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.
Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 201) for
more information.
In the preset mode, the linear matrix data of MATRIX
TABLE B are all set to “+00”.
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–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction between magenta and blue.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction of blue.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction between blue and cyan.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction of cyan.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction between cyan and green.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction of green.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction between green and yellow.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction of yellow.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the color saturation
correction between yellow and red.
S C U F R
Cy-G
(SAT)
S C U F R
G
(SAT)
S C U F R
G-Yl
(SAT)
S C U F R
Yl
(SAT)
S C U F R
Yl-R
(SAT)
S C U F R
178
For performing the color saturation
correction of magenta.
S C U F R
Cy
(SAT)
S C U F R
„L MATRIX
TABLE
–63
:
+00
:
+63
S C U F R
B-Cy
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX B-G
For performing the color saturation
correction between red and magenta.
S C U F R
B
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX B-R
–63
:
+00
:
+63
S C U F R
Mg-B
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX G-B
For performing the color saturation
correction of red.
S C U F R
Mg
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX G-R
–63
:
+00
:
+63
S C U F R
R-Mg
(SAT)
S C U F R
MATRIX R-B
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
R
(PHASE)
Remarks
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
red.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between red and magenta.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
magenta.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between magenta and blue.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
blue.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between blue and cyan.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
cyan.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between cyan and green.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
green.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between green and yellow.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction for
yellow.
–63
:
+00
:
+63
For performing the hue correction
between yellow and red.
Notes
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the 12-axis
independent color correction of the
position selected with the GAIN switch
([L], [M], [H]).
The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT>
screen. The items without „ are the setting items for
PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.
Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 201) for
more information.
S C U F R
R-Mg
(PHASE)
LOW SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER GAIN –3dB
:
0dB
:
30dB
For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.
When the Y-detail is emphasized, details
of dark sections are compressed.
If the numerical value is larger, details of
bright sections are also compressed.
For setting the master gamma. (0.01
step)
S C U F R
For setting the gamma curve for the dark
portion.
–8 to –1: The dark portion is compressed.
OFF: Standard state
+1 to +8: The dark portion is extended.
1
2
3
For setting the upper limit of
compression/expansion.
1:
Approximately 20%
2:
Approximately 30%
3:
Approximately 40%
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
for the linear matrix.
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the 12-axis
independent color correction.
S C U F R
S C U F R
„COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F R
S C U F R
„COLOR
CORRECT
0.30
:
0.45
:
0.75
BLACK GAMMA –8
:
OFF
:
+8
„MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F R
Yl-R
(PHASE)
For performing the horizontal detail
frequency selection.
S C U F R
S C U F R
Yl
(PHASE)
00
:
18
:
31
S C U F R
B.GAMMA
RANGE
S C U F R
G-Yl
(PHASE)
For performing the noise elimination
level setting for detail.
Menu
S C U F R
G
(PHASE)
00
:
04
:
60
S C U F R
MASTER
GAMMA
S C U F R
Cy-G
(PHASE)
For performing the vertical detail
correction level setting.
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
1
:
5
S C U F R
Cy
(PHASE)
00
:
15
:
31
S C U F R
H.DTL FREQ.
S C U F R
B-Cy
(PHASE)
For performing the horizontal detail
correction level setting.
S C U F R
DTL CORING
S C U F R
B
(PHASE)
00
:
10
:
63
S C U F R
V.DTL LEVEL
S C U F R
Mg-B
(PHASE)
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,
9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30 dB.
S C U F R
H.DTL LEVEL
S C U F R
Mg
(PHASE)
Remarks
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When shooting with the MASTER GAIN set to “–3dB”,
coloring phenomena may occur in portions of the video
with high brightness.
The coloring phenomena can be reduced by switching the
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE switch to [CAM/AUTO KNEE
OFF], setting the MANUAL KNEE menu option of the
<KNEE/LEVEL> screen to “ON”, and then changing the
following menu options.
– When “HD”, “SD”, “FILMLIKE1”, “FILMLIKE2” or
“FILMLIKE3” has been selected in the GAMMA MODE
SEL menu option of the <GAMMA> screen, reduce the
value in the KNEE MASTER SLOPE menu option of the
<KNEE/LEVEL> screen.
– When “FILM-REC” has been selected in the GAMMA
MODE SEL menu option of the <GAMMA> screen,
reduce the value in the F-REC DYNAMIC LVL menu
option of the <GAMMA> screen.
– When “VIDEO-REC” has been selected in the GAMMA
MODE SEL menu option of the <GAMMA> screen,
reduce the value in the V-REC KNEE SLOPE menu
option of the <GAMMA> screen.
MID SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER GAIN –3dB
:
3dB
:
30dB
Remarks
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,
9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30 dB.
S C U F –
H.DTL LEVEL
00
:
08
:
63
For performing the horizontal detail
correction level setting.
00
:
12
:
31
For performing the vertical detail
correction level setting.
00
:
12
:
60
For performing the noise elimination
level setting for detail.
00
:
18
:
31
For performing the horizontal detail
frequency selection.
S C U F –
V.DTL LEVEL
S C U F –
DTL CORING
S C U F –
H.DTL FREQ.
S C U F –
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
1
:
5
For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.
When the Y-detail is emphasized, details
of dark sections are compressed.
If the numerical value is larger, details of
bright sections are also compressed.
S C U F –
MASTER
GAMMA
0.30
:
0.45
:
0.75
For setting the master gamma. (0.01
step)
S C U F –
BLACK GAMMA –8
:
OFF
:
+8
For setting the gamma curve for the dark
portion.
–8 to –1:
The dark portion is compressed.
OFF: Standard state
+1 to +8:
The dark portion is extended.
S C U F –
B.GAMMA
RANGE
1
2
3
For setting the upper limit of
compression/expansion.
1:
Approximately 20%
2:
Approximately 30%
3:
Approximately 40%
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
for the linear matrix.
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the 12-axis
independent color correction.
S C U F R
„MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F –
„COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F –
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HIGH SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER GAIN –3dB
:
6dB
:
30dB
ADDITIONAL DTL
Remarks
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6,
9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30 dB.
DTL GAIN(+)
00
:
06
:
63
For performing the horizontal detail
correction level setting.
DTL GAIN(–)
00
:
10
:
31
For performing the vertical detail
correction level setting.
DTL CLIP
For performing the noise elimination
level setting for detail.
00
:
18
:
31
For performing the horizontal detail
frequency selection.
Adjust the detail level toward +
(upwards).
–31
:
+00
:
+31
Adjust the detail level toward the –
(downwards).
00
:
63
For setting the level for clipping the detail
signals.
(R+G)/2
(G+B)/2
2G+R+B /4
(3G+R)/4
R
G
For setting the proportion of the RGB
signal components that provide the
detail.
–31
:
+00
:
+31
For revising the master detail level.
S C U F R
DTL SOURCE
S C U F R
MASTER DTL
S C U F –
LEVEL DEPEND. 0
:
3
:
5
–31
:
+00
:
+31
Menu
00
:
12
:
60
S C U F –
H.DTL FREQ.
For changing the detail level of the high
brightness portion.
S C U F R
S C U F –
DTL CORING
OFF
1
:
5
S C U F R
S C U F –
V.DTL LEVEL
KNEE APE LVL
Remarks
S C U F R
S C U F –
H.DTL LEVEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
For setting the LEVEL DEPEND.
When the Y-detail is emphasized, details
of dark sections are compressed.
If the numerical value is larger, details of
bright sections are also compressed.
S C U F R
S C U F –
MASTER
GAMMA
0.30
:
0.45
:
0.75
For setting the master gamma. (0.01
step)
S C U F –
BLACK GAMMA –8
:
OFF
:
+8
For setting the gamma curve for the dark
portion.
–8 to –1:
The dark portion is compressed.
OFF: Standard state
+1 to +8:
The dark portion is extended.
S C U F –
B.GAMMA
RANGE
1
2
3
For setting the upper limit of
compression/expansion.
1:
Approximately 20%
2:
Approximately 30%
3:
Approximately 40%
OFF
A
B
For selecting the color correction table
for the linear matrix.
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the 12-axis
independent color correction.
S C U F R
„MATRIX
TABLE
S C U F –
„COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F –
Note
The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT>
screen. The items without „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU LEVEL R/W.
Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 201) for
more information.
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SKIN TONE DTL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„SKIN TONE
DTL
OFF
A
B
AB
Remarks
For selecting the skin color table for
enabling the skin tone detail.
The skin color table is provided in the
DETECT TABLE item.
By enabling the skin tone detail, it is
possible to shoot human skin more
accurately.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Y MAX
ON
OFF
For the setting to display the zebra
pattern in the skin tone area displayed in
the viewfinder screen.
The zebra pattern is displayed when this
item is turned “ON” and the <SKIN
TONE DTL> screen is opened.
The zebra pattern indicates the area
which is selected in the SKIN TONE DTL
item.
S C U F R
„ZEBRA HD
SDI A
ON
OFF
For setting to include the skin tone zebra
in the HD SDI A signal.
The zebra pattern is displayed when this
item is turned “ON” and the <SKIN
TONE DTL> screen is opened.
The zebra pattern indicates the area
which is selected in the SKIN TONE DTL
item.
S C U F R
„ZEBRA HD
SDI B
000
:
190
:
255
For setting the maximum value of
brightness for enabling the skin tone.
000
:
010
:
255
For setting the minimum value of
brightness for enabling the skin tone.
000
:
035
:
255
For setting the center position on the Iaxis (for setting an area that enables skin
tone).
000
:
055
:
255
For setting the area width for enabling
the skin tone on the I-axis of which the
center is the I CENTER.
00
:
10
:
90
For setting the area width for enabling
the skin tone on the Q-axis of which the
center is the I CENTER.
–180
:
+000
:
+179
For setting phases of the area for
enabling skin tone as setting the
standard to the Q-axis.
S C U F R
Y MIN
S C U F R
„ZEBRA VF
Remarks
S C U F R
I CENTER
S C U F R
I WIDTH
S C U F R
Q WIDTH
S C U F R
ON
OFF
For setting to include the skin tone zebra
in the HD SDI B signal.
The zebra pattern is displayed when this
item is turned “ON” and the <SKIN
TONE DTL> screen is opened.
The zebra pattern indicates the area
which is selected in the SKIN TONE DTL
item.
Q PHASE
S C U F R
Y
R-Y
S C U F R
„ZEBRA MONI ON
OFF
For setting to include the skin tone zebra
in the MON OUT signal.
The zebra pattern is displayed when this
item is turned “ON” and the <SKIN
TONE DTL> screen is opened.
The zebra pattern indicates the area
which is selected in the SKIN TONE DTL
item.
Q-WIDTH
I-WIDTH
I-CENTER
– direction
Q-PHASE
B-Y
DETECT TABLE A
B
For selecting the skin color table for
subjects to which the skin tone table
applies.
S C U F R
For fetching the color information of “A”
or “B”, which is selected in the DETECT
TABLE item, near the center marker.
When this function is executed, data
from I CENTER to Q PHASE are fetched
automatically.
The fetched data will be the table data of
“A” or “B”, which is selected in the
DETECT TABLE item.
It is impossible to obtain color
information of both “A” and “B” at the
same time.
SKIN TONE GET
– – – – –
0
:
16
:
31
For setting the effect level of the skin
tone detail.
S C U F R
182
Y-MIN
0
S C U F R
SKIN DTL
EFFECT
Y-MAX
+ direction
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= SKIN TONE AREA
Note
The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT>
screen. The items without „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU LEVEL R/W.
Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 201) for
more information.
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KNEE/LEVEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MASTER PED
Remarks
–200
:
+000
:
+200
Set the master pedestal.
ON
OFF
Set the mode when the AUTO KNEE
switch is [OFF]. The KNEE MASTER
POINT/KNEE MASTER SLOPE set
value is enabled when this setting is
“ON”.
S C U F R
„MANUAL
KNEE
Notes
The items indicated by „ are the setting items for PAINT
MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W SELECT>
screen. The items without „ are the setting items for
PAINT MENU LEVEL R/W.
Please refer to [SD CARD R/W SELECT] (page 201) for
more information.
When “FILM-REC” or “VIDEO-REC” is selected in the
GAMMA MODE SEL menu option on the <GAMMA>
screen, the KNEE MASTER SLOPE and KNEE MASTER
POINT menu option settings are disabled.
S C U F R
KNEE MASTER 70.0%
POINT
:
93.0%
:
107.0%
For setting the knee point position in
increments of 0.5% steps.
S C U F R
For setting the inclination of the knee.
Menu
KNEE MASTER 00
SLOPE
:
85
:
99
S C U F R
„WHITE CLIP
ON
OFF
Set the WHITE CLIP feature to “ON” or
“OFF”. The WHITE CLIP LVL set value is
enabled when this setting is “ON”.
S C U F R
WHITE CLIP LVL 90%
:
109%
Set WHITE CLIP level.
S C U F R
A.KNEE POINT
80%
:
93%
:
107%
Set the AUTO KNEE point position in 1%
steps. This setting is enabled when the
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector switch is
set to [CAM/AUTO KNEE ON].
100
:
107
:
109
Set the AUTO KNEE level.
1
:
4
:
8
Set the AUTO KNEE response speed.
The smaller the setting value, the faster
the response speed.
S C U F R
A.KNEE LVL
S C U F R
A.KNEE
RESPONSE
S C U F R
CHROMA LEVEL OFF
–99%
:
+00%
:
+40%
For setting the chroma level of the PR
signals and the PB signals.
If this is set to “OFF”, the color elements
of video signals are eliminated.
S C U F R
DRS EFFECT
DEPTH
1
2
3
Set the compression level of the highbrightness component of DRS. If the
numerical value is larger, the
compression level of the high-brightness
component increases.
S C U F R
„HI-COLOR SW ON
OFF
For switching the mode on/off which
enables the dynamic color range to be
expanded.
S C U F R
HI-COLOR LVL
1
:
32
For selecting the level of the dynamic
color range when in the mode which
allows expansion of the dynamic color
range.
S C U F R
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AUTO KNEE is not performed when AJ-RC10G is
connected, but the LED of the AJ-RC10G button is lit by
pressing the A.KNEE ON button.
GAMMA
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MASTER
GAMMA
Remarks
0.30
:
0.45
:
0.75
Set the master gamma in 0.01 steps.
–15
:
+00
:
+15
Set the Rch gamma.
–15
:
+00
:
+15
Set the Bch gamma.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
F-REC
DYNAMIC LVL
S C U F R
R GAMMA
HD
SD
FILMLIKE1
FILMLIKE2
FILMLIKE3
FILM-REC
VIDEO-REC
For setting the dynamic range when
GAMMA MODE SEL has been set to
“FILM-REC”.
When GAMMA MODE SEL has not been
set to “FILM-REC”, this setting cannot be
changed.
00%
:
30%
For setting the amount of black stretch
when GAMMA MODE SEL has been set
to “FILM-REC”.
When GAMMA MODE SEL has not been
set to “FILM-REC”, this setting cannot be
changed.
150%
200%
250%
300%
350%
400%
450%
500%
For setting the amount of knee-slope
when GAMMA MODE SEL has been set
to “VIDEO-REC”.
When GAMMA MODE SEL has not been
set to “VIDEO-REC”, this setting cannot
be changed.
30%
:
107%
For setting knee point when GAMMA
MODE SEL has been set to “VIDEOREC”.
When GAMMA MODE SEL has not been
set to “VIDEO-REC”, this setting cannot
be changed.
S C U F R
S C U F R
GAMMA MODE
SEL
200%
300%
400%
500%
600%
S C U F R
F-REC BLACK
STR LVL
S C U F R
B GAMMA
Remarks
For selecting the gamma mode.
HD:
Video gamma characteristics for
HD (High Definition)
SD:
The gain in the dark section is
higher than the HD gamma.
FILMLIKE1:
In this setting gradations in
highlit areas can be expressed
better than the HD gamma.
FILMLIKE2:
In this setting gradations in
highlit areas can be expressed
better than when FILMLIKE1 is
selected.
FILMLIKE3:
In this setting gradations in
highlit areas can be expressed
better than when FILMLIKE2 is
selected.
FILM-REC:
The cinema gamma
characteristics for film
applications.
VIDEO-REC:
The cinema gamma
characteristics for video
applications.
V-REC KNEE
SLOPE
S C U F R
V-REC KNEE
POINT
S C U F R
„CAMERA SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
DETAIL
Remarks
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the detail signals.
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the gamma
correction.
ON
OFF
Switch the test signal on or off.
ON
OFF
Set the flare correction to on or off.
ON
OFF
For switching on/off of the aperture
correction.
S C U F R
GAMMA
S C U F R
S C U F R
TEST SAW
S C U F R
FILMLIKE1
FLARE
S C U F R
FILM-REC
FILMLIKE3
SD
Video level
VIDEO-REC
S C U F R
FILMLIKE2
Note
All items in CAMERA SETTING are setting targets of the
item PAINT MENU SW(„) R/W in the <SD CARD R/W
SELECT> screen.
HD
Luminance
When the GAMMA MODE SEL item is used for
FILMLIKE3, the following settings are recommended.
MANUAL KNEE:
“ON”
KNEE MASTER POINT: “85.0%”
KNEE MASTER SLOPE: “50”
AUTO KNEE is not performed when the GAMMA MODE
SEL menu option is set to “FILM-REC” or “VIDEO-REC”.
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VF
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
VF DISPLAY
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
STATUS MODE
NORMAL
FILM-REC
Remarks
For selecting the status display mode of
the viewfinder.
NORMAL:
Normal status display
FILM-REC:
Status display for FILM REC
Note
Setting STATUS MODE to “FILM-REC”
disables the DISP CONDITION and
DISP MODE settings.
– C U F R
DISP
CONDITION
NORMAL
HOLD
– C U F R
DISP MODE
1
2
3
Set the DISP MODE.
Switch the camera’s Warning/Message
indication. Please refer to [Display
Modes and Setting Changes/adjustment
Result Messages] (page 86) for more
information.
– C U F R
VF OUT
Y
NAM
R
G
B
For selecting the video signals to display
in the viewfinder screen.
Y:
Brightness signal
NAM: Output signal with the highest
level among R, G, and B signals.
R:
Rch signal
G:
Gch signal
B:
Bch signal
00
:
05
:
10
For setting the detail level of the
viewfinder screen.
The details of the signals for the
viewfinder are further enhanced. If “0” is
selected, then the detail is the same as
that for the main line.
0%
:
85%
:
109%
Set the ZEBRA2 detection level (IRE
value).
OFF
SPOT
ON
Set the ZEBRA2 to “ON”, “OFF”, or
“SPOT”.
– C U F R
ZEBRA2
– C U F R
Set the camera incoming light volume at
which to display “LOW LIGHT”.
LOW LIGHT LVL OFF
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
– C U F R
For the setting to display the menu in the
viewfinder screen when the remote
control unit is connected to the unit.
RC MENU DISP. ON
OFF
– C U F R
Adjust the brightness of markers and
characters displayed on the viewfinder.
MARKER/CHAR 50%
60%
LVL
70%
80%
90%
100%
– C U F R
SYNCHRO
SCAN DISP.
Set the units for the SYNCHRO SCAN
mode display.
sec:
Display using time.
deg: Display using opening angle of
the shutter.
sec
deg
– C U F R
– C U F R
VF DTL
ZEBRA2
DETECT
Remarks
Menu
NORMAL:
Display status constantly.
HOLD: Display status only when the
MODE CHECK switch is
pressed.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ZEBRA Pattern Display
Video Level
109%
ON
ZEBRA 2
OFF
SPOT
– C U F R
VF DTL CORING 00
:
15
For setting the noise elimination level for
detail in the viewfinder signal.
– C U F R
VF H.DTL FREQ. 1
:
4
:
6
For selecting the horizontal detail
frequency in the viewfinder signal.
ZEBRA 2
DETECT
S C U F R
ZEBRA1
DETECT
0%
:
70%
:
109%
Set the ZEBRA1 detection level (IRE
value).
ZEBRA 1
DETECT
– C U F R
0%
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VF MARKER
VF USER BOX
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
TABLE
A
B
Remarks
Select the VF MARKER setting table.
First, select table “A” or “B”, then set the
items below for each table.
– C U F R
CENTER MARK OFF
1
2
3
4
Switch the center mark.
OFF: Do not display center mark.
1:
+ (large)
2:
Hollow (large)
3:
+ (small)
4:
Hollow (small)
– C U F R
SAFETY MARK
OFF
1
2
Select the frame type for the safety zone.
OFF: Do not display frame.
1:
Box
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
USER BOX
ON
OFF
For setting whether the user box is
displayed in the viewfinder or not.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the width of the user box.
1
:
13
:
100
For setting the height of the user box.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the horizontal position of the
user box center.
–50
:
+00
:
+50
For setting the vertical position of the
user box center.
– C U F R
USER BOX
WIDTH
– C U F R
USER BOX
HEIGHT
– C U F R
USER BOX H
POS
2:
Remarks
Corner frame
– C U F R
USER BOX V
POS
– C U F R
SAFETY AREA
80%
:
90%
:
100%
For setting the size of the safety marker.
It is possible to set the size by units of
1% with a fixed ratio between of width
and height.
ON
OFF
Set the frame marker to “ON” or “OFF”.
– C U F R
FRAME MARK
– C U F R
FRAME SIG
4:3
13:9
14:9
VISTA
CNSCO
Set the frame marker.
The VISTA ratio is 16:8.65. (1.85:1)
The CNSCO ratio is 16:6.81 (2.35:1).
0
:
15
Set the level outside the frame marker.
Note that the level does not change on
the LCD monitor.
0:
Equivalent to signal off.
(Blanking status)
15:
Same brightness as center area.
– C U F R
FRAME LVL
– C U F R
Note
The safety zone marker, the safety zone area, and the frame
marker are not displayed on the LCD monitor if “LT-BOX” is
selected in DOWNCON MODE.
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– C U F R
The user box can be displayed in any position as a
boxtype cursor.
Note
The user box is not displayed on the LCD monitor if “LTBOX” is selected in DOWNCON MODE.
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VF INDICATOR1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
EXTENDER
VF INDICATOR2
Remarks
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
extender display.
CAC
ON
OFF
Set the shutter speed indication to “ON”
or “OFF”.
GAMMA MODE
ON
OFF
Set the filter No. indication to “ON” or
“OFF”.
DRS
ON
OFF
Set the AWB PRST/A/B indication to
“ON” or “OFF”.
P-10LOG
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
indication of the currently selected gain.
VF GAMMA
OFF
IRIS
OFF: Disable the iris value indication.
IRIS: Enable the iris value indication.
The display of the iris value and the
display of the iris override are
interlinked. When the iris override is
changed, it is forcibly displayed for
3 seconds.
MONITOR
GAMMA
– C U F R
SHUTTER
ON
OFF
Select whether the gamma mode is to be
displayed or not.
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
dynamic range stretcher function display.
ON
OFF
For selecting whether to display if P10LOG is operating or not.
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
viewfinder gamma display.
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
monitor gamma display.
– C U F R
– C U F R
IRIS
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the CAC
function display.
– C U F R
– C U F R
GAIN
ON
OFF
– C U F R
– C U F R
WHITE
Remarks
– C U F R
– C U F R
FILTER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– C U F R
Menu
– C U F R
– C U F R
BAR
OFF
For setting to record the camera ID.
BAR: The camera ID is recorded when
the color bar signals are
recorded.
OFF: The camera ID is not recorded.
UPPER R
UPPER L
LOWER R
LOWER L
For setting the position to display the
camera ID.
UPPER R:
Upper right.
UPPER L:
Upper left.
LOWER R:
Lower right.
LOWER L:
Lower left.
ON
OFF
For selecting an option to display year/
month/day and hour/minute/second
simultaneously when the camera ID is
displayed.
ON
OFF
Set the zoom position indication to “ON”
or “OFF”.
ON
OFF
Set the color temperature indication to
“ON” or “OFF”.
SYSTEM MODE ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
system mode and REC mode display.
CAMERA ID
– C U F R
ID POSITION
– C U F R
DATE/TIME
– C U F R
ZOOM LVL
– C U F R
COLOR TEMP
– C U F R
– C U F R
REC FORMAT
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the
recording format display.
ON
OFF
For selecting “ON” or “OFF” for the frame
rate display.
– C U F R
FRAME RATE
– C U F R
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VF INDICATOR3
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
P2CARD
REMAIN
Remarks
OFF
ONE-CARD
TOTAL
Select the indication mode for the P2
card’s remaining capacity.
OFF: Disable the remaining capacity
indication.
ONE-CARD:
Display the remaining capacity
of the P2 card currently used for
recording.
TOTAL: Display the total remaining
capacity of all P2 cards in slots.
ON
OFF
Set the battery voltage indication to “ON”
or “OFF”.
ON
OFF
Set the audio lever meter indication to
“ON” or “OFF”.
ON
OFF
Select whether the time code is to be
displayed or not on the color bar.
OFF
TCG
TCR
TCG/TCR
Select the time code to display.
OFF: Disable the time code display.
TCG: Display the time code generator
value in recording mode.
TCR: Display the time code reader
value in playback mode.
TCG/TCR:
Display the time code generator
value in recording mode, and the
time code reader value in
playback mode.
OFF
ALWAYS
NORMAL
Select the method of displaying system
information and warnings.
OFF: Display no warnings other than
“TURN POWER OFF” and
“SYSTEM ERROR”.
ALWAYS:
Always display warnings.
NORMAL:
Display warnings for 3 seconds
only when problems occur.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SAVE LED
SAVE
P2CARD
Set the SAVE lamp function.
SAVE: The lamp lights up when the
SAVE ON/OFF switch is set to
[ON] and the output system
assigned in [OPTION MODE]
(page 171) is in the save mode.
P2CARD:
The lamp blinks in synch with the
warning message when the P2
card’s remaining recording
capacity is getting low.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable “REC”
indication in the viewfinder and on the
LCD monitor during recording.
ON:
REC indication enabled.
OFF: REC indication not enabled.
Note
This option is useful when unit is used
independently.
ON
OFF
When a video encoder card (AJYAX800G, optional) is attached, proxy
recording information is displayed when
recording starts.
ON:
Display indicating whether proxy
recording is to be performed on
the P2 card only, or on both the
P2 card and the SD memory
card.
OFF: Proxy recording information is
not displayed.
– C U F R
BATTERY
– C U F R
REC STATUS
– C U F R
AUDIO LVL
– C U F R
TC ON COLOR
BAR
– C U F R
TC
– C U F R
– C U F R
SYSTEM INFO
PROXY REC
– C U F R
– C U F R
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Remarks
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MODE CHECK IND
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
STATUS
!LED
Remarks
ON
OFF
For the setting to display the status
screen when the MODE CHECK button
is pressed.
GAIN (0dB)
ON
OFF
For the setting to indicate causes for
turning on the
lamp on the viewfinder
is displayed when the MODE CHECK
button is pressed.
The causes for turning on the
lamp
are displayed with
.
SHUTTER
– C U F R
!LED
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the GAIN is set to a
value other than “0 dB”.
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the electronic shutter
is activated.
WHITE PRESET ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the WHITE BAL
switch is set to the [PRST] position.
– C U F R
– C U F R
– C U F R
FUNCTION
For the setting to display the FUNCTION
screen when the MODE CHECK button
is pressed.
ON
OFF
For the setting to display the AUDIO
screen when the MODE CHECK button
is pressed.
ON
OFF
For the setting to display the CAC screen
when the MODE CHECK button is
pressed.
ON
OFF
For selecting whether to display the
functions assigned to the user switches,
or if some of the switch operations are
locked or not when in MODE CHECK.
ON
OFF
For the setting to display the status
screen immediately after turning on the
power of the unit.
Note
Even if it is set to “ON” in this item, the
status screen is not displayed
immediately after turning on the power of
the unit when the STATUS item is set to
“OFF”.
– C U F R
EXTENDER
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the lens extender is
activated.
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the BLACK GAMMA
is activated.
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the color correction
table for the linear matrix is selected.
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the 12-axis
independent color correction is selected.
ON
OFF
For the setting to turn the
lamp on the
viewfinder on when the filter combination
is anyone other than 3200 K and
CLEAR.
– C U F R
B.GAMMA
– C U F R
CAC
– C U F R
MATRIX
– C U F R
USER SW
STATUS
– C U F R
P.ON IND
Menu
ON
OFF
– C U F R
AUDIO
Remarks
– C U F R
COLOR
CORRECTION
– C U F R
FILTER
– C U F R
– C U F R
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CAM OPERATION
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
CAMERA ID
SHUTTER SPEED
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Remarks
Setting 1 for the CAMERA ID recorded
on color bars. Up to 10 characters are
allowed for this setting.
ID1
– C U F –
Setting 2 for the CAMERA ID recorded
on color bars. Up to 10 characters are
allowed for this setting.
ID2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SYNCHRO
SCAN
ON
OFF
Allocate SYNCHRO SCAN as a shutter
speed selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate SYNCHRO SCAN2 as a shutter
speed selectable by the shutter switch.
When SYNCHRO SCAN2 has been
allocated, the speed will only be
displayed in seconds.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION1 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION2 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION3 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION4 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION5 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION6 SEL in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
– C U F –
SYNCHRO
SCAN2
– C U F –
Setting 3 for the CAMERA ID recorded
on color bars. Up to 10 characters are
allowed for this setting.
ID3
– C U F –
POSITION1
– C U F –
Note
This setting is canceled when READ FACTORY DATA is
selected.
Remarks
– C U F –
POSITION2
– C U F –
POSITION3
– C U F –
POSITION4
– C U F –
POSITION5
– C U F –
POSITION6
– C U F –
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SHUTTER SELECT
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
POSITION1 SEL
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 50 Hz
Remarks
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION1.
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION3.
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
– C U F –
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
– C U F –
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 50 Hz
– C U F –
POSITION2 SEL
For 50 Hz
POSITION3 SEL
Remarks
Menu
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION2.
POSITION4 SEL
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 50 Hz
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION4.
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
– C U F –
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
POSITION5 SEL
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 50 Hz
Remarks
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION5.
USER SW
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
USER MAIN SW INH
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.GAMMA
Y GET
DRS
ASSIST
C.TEMP
VFR
FRATE
VF GAM
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
PRE REC
SLOT SEL
PC MODE
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 59.94 Hz 1/60
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
For 50 Hz
For setting the shutter speed for
POSITION6.
1/50
1/60
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
1/2000
HALF
180.0deg
172.8deg
144.0deg
120.0deg
90.0deg
45.0deg
– C U F –
Note
By setting the shutter speed on the time axis (1/60, 1/100, 1/
120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000), the frame rate can be
varied while keeping the exposure constant.
This is equivalent to Ramping (compensating for changes in
frame rate using shutter angle) in a conventional film
camera.
INH
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.GAMMA
Y GET
DRS
ASSIST
C.TEMP
VFR
FRATE
VF GAM
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
PRE REC
SLOT SEL
PC MODE
Allocate the USER 1 button. For
descriptions of the functions, see
[Assigning Functions to User Buttons]
(page 59).
INH
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.GAMMA
Y GET
DRS
ASSIST
C.TEMP
VFR
FRATE
VF GAM
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
PRE REC
SLOT SEL
PC MODE
Allocate the USER 2 button. For
descriptions of the functions, see
[Assigning Functions to User Buttons]
(page 59).
INH
Y GET
ASSIST
VF GAM
VF MARK
REC SW
RET SW
PRE REC
SLOT SEL
PC MODE
Allocate the MARKER SELECT button.
For descriptions of the functions, see
[Assigning Functions to User Buttons]
(page 59).
– C U F R
USER2 SW
– C U F R
MARKER SEL
(USER3 SW)
– C U F R
TEXT MEMO SW INH
(USER4 SW)
Y GET
ASSIST
VF GAM
REC SW
RET SW
PRE REC
SLOT SEL
PC MODE
TEXT MEMO
– C U F R
192
Allocate the USER MAIN button. For
descriptions of the functions, see
[Assigning Functions to User Buttons]
(page 59).
– C U F R
USER1 SW
– C U F –
POSITION6 SEL
Remarks
Menu: Menu Description Tables
Allocate the TEXT MEMO button. For
descriptions of the functions, see
[Assigning Functions to User Buttons]
(page 59).
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SW MODE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
RET SW
R.REVIEW
CAM RET
Remarks
SMPTE
FULL BARS
SPLIT
For selecting the color bar to be used.
SMPTE: Color bar complied with the
SMPTE standards
FULL BARS:
Full color bar
SPLIT: SPLIT color bar for SNG
(Satellite News Gathering)
R.REVIEW
PLAY
For specifying what the unit does when
the REC check button on the remote
control unit is pressed.
R.REVIEW:
The unit performs rec review.
PLAY: The unit performs playback.
– C U F R
RC CHECK SW
– C U F R
SIDE SW LOCK OFF
ON
For selecting whether to disable the
switches (GAIN, OUTPUT and AWB
switches) on the side of the unit.
When this setting is changed from “OFF”
to “ON”, the set states of the switches
are preserved. While this setting is “ON”,
the switches remain disabled.
OFF: Switches are not disabled.
ON:
Switches are disabled.
– C U F R
– C U F R
S.BLK LVL
COLOR BARS
Remarks
Menu
For setting the function when the user
button on the unit, to which the RET
button of the lens or the RET SW
function is allocated, is pressed.
R.REVIEW:
Rec review function
It is possible to check a last few
seconds of the records taken.
CAM RET:
Return video function
It is possible to confirm the
return video signals (analog
HD Y signals) supplied to the
GENLOCK IN connector on the
unit by using the viewfinder.
Notes
When video signals in a format
different from that for the video mode
of the unit, return video is not properly
displayed.
When the GENLOCK item (the
<GENLOCK> screen on the SYSTEM
SETTING page) is set to “INT”, the
return video image may be displayed
as slightly shaking horizontally.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
OFF
–10
–20
–30
For setting the super black level.
– C U F R
AUTO KNEE SW ON
OFF
DRS
For selecting on/off of the AUTO KNEE
function and DRS function.
When it is set to “OFF”, the AUTO KNEE
may not function even if the AUTO
KNEE switch is turned on.
When the DRS is selected and the
AUTO KNEE switch is positioned to
[ON], the DRS function turns on.
S C U F R
SHD.ABB SW
CTL
ON
OFF
For the setting to adjust the black
shading automatically when the AUTO
W/B BAL switch is held to the [ABB] side
for 8 seconds or more.
– C U F R
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
WHITE BALANCE MODE
AWB B TEMP
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FILTER INH
ON
OFF
Remarks
For selecting independently whether
memory data for white balance (Ach,
Bch) is retained or not for the respective
CC filters.
ON:
Regardless of the CC filter, data
for the memories (2 memories)
for Ach and Bch is retained.
OFF: The memory data (8 memories)
for Ach and Bch is retained for
the respective CC filters.
– C U F R
SHOCKLESS
AWB
OFF
FAST
NORMAL
SLOW1
SLOW2
SLOW3
For setting the length of time for
transiting to the switched position of
white balance, when the position of the
WHITE BAL switch is changed.
OFF: To transit instantly
FAST: About 1 second
NORMAL:
About 2 seconds
SLOW1:
About 3 seconds
SLOW2:
About 10 seconds
SLOW3:
About 20 seconds
– C U F R
AWB AREA
25%
50%
90%
For switching the detection area for
executing the automatic adjustment of
white balance.
25%: An area near the screen center
equivalent to 25% of the screen
is detected.
50%: An area near the screen center
equivalent to 50% of the screen
is detected.
90%: An area equivalent to 90% of the
screen is detected.
– C U F R
TEMP PRE SEL VAR
3.2K/5.6K
SW
For changing the detection area on
which automatic white balance
adjustment is performed.
VAR:
From 2300K to 9900K is
selectable.
3.2K/5.6K:
The detection area is fixed to
3200K or 5600K.
– – – F –
COLOR TEMP
PRE
2300K
:
3200K
:
9900K
For setting the color temperature when
the WHITE BAL switch is set to the
[PRST] position.
Since the range of color temperatures
that can be set will vary with the CC
filter position, a numerical value
cannot be changed even if the color
temperature is changed when a high
color temperature is set.
2300K
:
3200K
:
9900K
For setting the color temperature when
the WHITE BAL switch is set to the [A]
position.
If the automatic adjustment of white
balance is executed in the [A] position,
the color temperature at that time is
memorized in the position of the WHITE
BAL switch [A].
– – – F –
AWB A TEMP
– – – F –
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2300K
:
3200K
:
9900K
Remarks
For setting the color temperature when
the WHITE BAL switch is set to the [B]
position.
If the automatic adjustment of white
balance is executed in the [B] position,
the color temperature at that time is
memorized in the position of the WHITE
BAL switch [B].
– – – F –
LENS/IRIS
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
A.IRIS LEVEL
Remarks
000
:
045
:
100
Set the target value for auto iris.
000
:
030
:
100
Determine the peak-to-standard ratio for
the auto iris.
A larger value sets the auto iris to
respond to the peak in the iris detection
window, while a smaller value sets it to
respond to the average value in the
window.
– C U F R
A.IRIS PEAK/
AVE
– C U F R
A.IRIS WINDOW NORM1
NORM2
CENTR
Select the auto iris detection window.
NORM1:
The window closer to the center
of the screen.
NORM2:
The window closer to bottom of
the screen.
CENTR:
The spot window in the center of
the screen.
– C U F R
IRIS GAIN
CAM
LENS
Select which unit controls IRIS GAIN.
Note
Lenses with an extender, such as 2,
0.8 sold before FUJINON DIGI
POWER, perform iris compensation
while enabling the extender. Therefore, if
this setting is switched to “CAM”, the
camera’s iris control will not operate
properly.
01
:
10
:
20
Set the adjustable value for IRIS GAIN.
This setting is effective when “CAM” is
selected for IRIS GAIN.
– C U F R
IRIS GAIN
VALUE
– C U F R
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MAIN OPERATION
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
BATTERY/P2CARD
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
BATTERY
SELECT
Remarks
Select the battery to use. Remaining
capacity detection is also performed
according to the selected battery.
The variable range is changed by the
item settings selected on the [BATTERY
SETTING1] (page 196) and [BATTERY
SETTING2] (page 197) menus.
The initial value for “TYPE A” is set to
“DIONIC90” while the same for “TYPE B”
is set to “HYTRON140”.
When BP-GL65 or BP-GL95, a battery
made of Sony, is used, set this to “BPL65/95”.
AC_ADPT
PROPAC14
TRIMPAC14
HYTRON50
HYTRON140
DIONIC90
DIONIC160
NP-L7
ENDURA7
ENDURA10
ENDURA-D
PAG L95
BP-L65/95
NiCd14
TYPE A
TYPE B
Set the remaining capacity detection
type when a battery is connected to the
DC IN connector. Remaining capacity
detection is also performed according to
the selected battery type.
The variable range is changed by the
item settings selected on the [BATTERY
SETTING1] (page 196) and [BATTERY
SETTING2] (page 197) menus.
Analog voltage is displayed on the
viewfinder screen.
When BP-GL65 or BP-GL95, a battery
made of Sony, is used, set this to “BPL65/95”.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep when the battery level is low.
ON
OFF
If set to “ON”, the warning tone and
indication can be canceled by pressing
the MODE CHECK button when BATT
NEAR END ALARM is triggered.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep when the battery is empty.
70%
100%
Set the display of the remaining battery
level indicator bar in the display window
when a battery with this function is used.
70%:
Indicate FULL at 70% capacity.
100%: Indicate FULL at 100% capacity.
– C U F –
EXT DC IN
SELECT
CARD NEAR
END ALARM
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep when the space remaining on the
P2 card is small.
2min
3min
Set the time at which to indicate that
there is little space remaining on the P2
card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep when the P2 card is full.
– C U F –
CARD NEAR
END TIME
– C U F –
CARD END
ALARM
– C U F –
CARD REMAIN/ 3min/„
„
5min/„
Set the length of time for one segment
(„) of the P2 card’s remaining capacity
indicator bars.
3min/„: One segment represents
3 minutes.
5min/„: One segment represents
5 minutes.
Menu
PROPAC14
TRIMPAC14
HYTRON50
HYTRON140
DIONIC90
DIONIC160
NP-L7
ENDURA7
ENDURA10
ENDURA-D
PAG L95
BP-L65/95
NiCd14
TYPE A
TYPE B
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– C U F –
– C U F –
BATT NEAR
END ALARM
– C U F –
BATT NEAR
END CANCEL
– C U F –
BATT END
ALARM
– C U F –
BATT REMAIN
FULL
– C U F –
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BATTERY SETTING1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
PROPAC14
•
Remarks
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
DIONIC90
•
Remarks
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
11.0
:
13.8
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
11.0
:
13.6
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
– C U F –
TRIMPAC14
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
DIONIC160
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
11.0
:
13.6
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
11.0
:
13.2
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
– C U F –
HYTRON50
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
NP-L7
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
11.0
:
13.5
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
11.0
:
13.2
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
– C U F –
HYTRON140
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
ENDURA7
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
11.0
:
13.5
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
11.0
:
13.2
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ENDURA10
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.2
:
15.0
Remarks
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
BATTERY SETTING2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
NiCd14
•
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.8
:
15.0
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V
steps.
END
11.0
:
13.4
:
15.0
Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
TYPE A
•
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
FULL
Set the voltage to display the FULL
indication in 0.1 V steps.
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
12.0
:
15.1
:
17.0
NEAR END
11.0
:
13.6
:
15.0
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V
steps.
END
11.0
:
12.9
:
15.0
Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
PAG L95
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.5
:
15.0
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
BP-GL65/95
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
AUTO
MANUAL
Select auto or manual to set the NEAR
END voltage.
AUTO: Set voltage automatically.
MANUAL:
Set voltage manually.
11.0
:
13.5
:
15.0
When “MANUAL” is selected in the
menu above, set the NEAR END voltage
in 0.1 V steps.
Menu
11.0
:
13.2
:
15.0
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
NEAR END
– C U F –
ENDURA-D
Remarks
– C U F –
TYPE B
•
Enable selection under BATTERY
SELECT.
:
Enable selection.
•:
Disable selection.
FULL
12.0
:
15.5
:
17.0
Set the voltage to display the FULL
indication in 0.1 V steps.
NEAR END
11.0
:
13.5
:
15.0
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V
steps.
END
11.0
:
13.1
:
15.0
Set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
– C U F –
The remaining battery level is indicated in percentage
when a battery with this function is installed on the unit.
– C U F –
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MIC/AUDIO1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FRONT VR CH1 OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
ALL
Remarks
Select whether or not to enable the
FRONT AUDIO LEVEL control for the
signal selected as the input signal to
AUDIO IN CH1.
OFF: Disabled for any input selected.
Recording level does not change
by turning the volume control.
FRONT: Only enabled when [FRONT] is
selected.
W.L.: Only enabled when [W.L.]
(wireless) is selected.
REAR: Only enabled when [REAR] is
selected.
ALL: Enabled for any input selected.
– C U F –
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MIC LOWCUT
CH4
Select whether or not to enable the
FRONT AUDIO LEVEL control for the
signal selected as an input signal to
AUDIO IN CH2.
OFF: Disabled for any input selected.
Recording level does not change
by turning the volume control.
FRONT: Only enabled when [FRONT] is
selected.
W.L.: Only enabled when [W.L.]
(wireless) is selected.
REAR: Only enabled when [REAR] is
selected.
ALL: Enabled for any input selected.
OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
Select the microphone low cut filter for
input CH4.
OFF: The microphone low cut filter is
disabled for any input.
FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled when the front
microphone is selected.
W.L.: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the wireless
microphone is selected.
REAR: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the rear
microphone is selected.
ON
OFF
Select the limiter.
The limiter is enabled when AUDIO
SELECT CH1 switch is set to [MAN].
ON
OFF
Select the limiter.
The limiter is enabled when AUDIO
SELECT CH2 switch is set to [MAN].
ON
OFF
Select the level setting method.
For more information, see [CH3 and
CH4 Recording Levels] (page 62)
ON
OFF
Select the level setting method.
For more information, see [CH3 and
CH4 Recording Levels] (page 62)
OFF
NORMAL
ALWAYS
CHSEL
Select the test signal.
OFF: Disable test tone output.
NORMAL:
Test tone signals are output to all
of CH1 - CH4 when the
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector
switch has been switched to
[BARS] and CH1 of the AUDIO
IN switch has been switched to
[FRONT].
ALWAYS:
Test tone signals are always
output to all of CH1 - CH4 when
the OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE
selector switch has been
switched to [BARS].
CHSEL: Output test tone to the channels
where the AUDIO IN switch CH1
or CH2 is set to [FRONT] when
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector
switch is set to [BARS]. The test
tone is not output to CH3 and
CH4.
– C U F –
LIMITER CH1
FRONT VR CH2 OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
ALL
– C U F –
LIMITER CH2
– C U F –
AUTO LEVEL
CH3
– C U F –
AUTO LEVEL
CH4
– C U F –
MIC LOWCUT
CH1
OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
Select the microphone low cut filter for
input CH1.
OFF: The microphone low cut filter is
disabled for any input.
FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled when the front
microphone is selected.
W.L.: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the wireless
microphone is selected.
REAR: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the rear
microphone is selected.
OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
Select the microphone low cut filter for
input CH2.
OFF: The microphone low cut filter is
disabled for any input.
FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled when the front
microphone is selected.
W.L.: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the wireless
microphone is selected.
REAR: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the rear
microphone is selected.
– C U F –
TEST TONE
– C U F –
MIC LOWCUT
CH2
– C U F –
MIC LOWCUT
CH3
OFF
FRONT
W.L.
REAR
Select the microphone low cut filter for
input CH3.
OFF: The microphone low cut filter is
disabled for any input.
FRONT: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled when the front
microphone is selected.
W.L.: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the wireless
microphone is selected.
REAR: The microphone low cut filter is
enabled only when the rear
microphone is selected.
– C U F –
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Remarks
– C U F –
Note
The frequency characteristics when the microphone low cut
filter is applied are 200 Hz to 10 kHz.
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MIC/AUDIO2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FRONT MIC
POWER
TC/UB
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select the phantom power supply for the
front microphone.
ON
OFF
Select the phantom power supply for the
rear microphone.
When “OFF” is selected, no phantom
power is supplied even if the LINE/MIC/
+48V selector switch is set to [+48V].
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
TC MODE
DF
NDF
Set the time code mode.
DF:
Drop frame.
NDF: Non drop frame.
Note
When the unit operates at 50 Hz or in
24P or 24PA mode, the non-drop frame
is always used.
USER
TIME
DATE
EXT
TCG
FRM RATE
REGEN
Select the user bits mode.
USER: Select UB value set in the LCD
section.
TIME: Select local time (hours,
minutes, seconds).
DATE: Select local date and time (2 last
digits of year, month, date, time).
EXT: The user bits input to the TC IN
connector are recorded.
If reading fails, USER value is
retained.
TCG: TCG value enters UB.
FRM RATE:
Select the shooting information
(e.g. frame rate) for the camera.
For more information, see
[Frame rate information
recorded in user bits] (page 66).
When clips recorded in native
mode are played back, the frame
rate information recorded in
users bits in the VAUX area is
output.
REGEN: Read out value stored in the
card and record value
continuously.
– C U F –
REAR MIC
POWER
STEREO
MIX
When the MONITOR select switch is set
to [ST] (stereo), select the signal format
for the monitor output.
–40dB
–50dB
Select the front microphone input level.
REAR MIC CH1 –50dB
LVL
–60dB
Select the rear microphone input level.
MONITOR
SELECT
– C U F –
UB MODE
– C U F –
– C U F –
FRONT MIC
LEVEL
– C U F –
Select the rear microphone input level.
– C U F –
REAR LINE IN
LVL
0dB
+4dB
–3dB
Select the rear line input level.
– C U F –
AUDIO OUT LVL 0dB
+4dB
–3dB
Select the audio output level.
– C U F –
HEADROOM
18dB
20dB
Set the headroom (standard level).
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable the
alarm to trigger for poor wireless receiver
reception.
SINGLE
DUAL
Select the type of wireless receiver.
SINGLE:
Select a single channel wireless
receiver.
DUAL: Select a 2-channel wireless
receiver.
– C U F –
WIRELESS
WARN
Menu
– C U F –
REAR MIC CH2 –50dB
LVL
–60dB
Remarks
– C U F –
– C U F –
WIRELESS
TYPE
– C U F –
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
VITC UB MODE USER/EXT
TIME
DATE
TCG
FRM RATE
REGEN
Remarks
Select the user bits mode for VAUX TC
(VITC).
USER/EXT:
If UB MODE is set to “EXT”, the
EXT value is recorded. If not,
USER value set by UB is
recorded.
TIME: Select local time (hours,
minutes, seconds).
DATE: Select local date and time (2 last
digits of year, month, date, time).
TCG: TCG value enters UB.
FRM RATE:
Select camera shooting
information (frame rate, etc.).
For more information, see
[Frame rate information
recorded in user bits] (page 66).
REGEN: Read out value stored in card
and record value continuously.
Note
When the unit operates in 24P, 24PA,
and Native mode, the “FRM RATE” is
fixed.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
TC DISP SEL
Select the display format for the time
code frame digits. (For 1080-59.94i only)
For details, refer to [Recording time code
and user bits] (page 64).
30F:
Display time code frame digits in
30 frames.
24F:
Convert time code frame digits
into 24 frames for display.
0
1
2
3
For setting to correct the time code
according to the delay of video signals.
0:
Do not correct.
1:
To delay the time code to be
input according to the timing of
the video images.
2:
To forward the time code to be
output according to the timing of
the video images.
3:
To delay the time code to be
input and forward the time code
to be output, respectively,
according to the timing of the
video images.
For details, refer to [Externally Locking
the Time Code] (page 69).
ON
OFF
For selecting whether the time code is
regenerated to the value on the P2 card
or not, when subsequent recording starts
after setting the RET SW item on the
<SW MODE> screen to “R.REVIEW”
and pressing the RET button on the lens
or the user button on the unit on which
the RET SW function is assigned.
ON:
The time code is regenerated.
OFF: The time code is not
regenerated.
– C U F –
TC VIDEO
SYNCHRO
– C U F –
TCG SET HOLD ON
OFF
On/off switching for the feature that
always starts recording (when the power
is turned on again) the TCG value that
was set before the power is turned off.
– C U F –
REC REVIEW
REGEN
– C U F –
FIRST REC TC
PRESET
REGEN
For selecting whether the time code is
regenerated to the value on the P2 card
when first recording after switching on
the power, inserting the P2 card or
changing the P2 card that is the
recording target.
PRESET:
Use the unit’s internal time code.
REGEN: For clips recorded on the
recording-target P2 card,
regenerate the time code as the
time code of the clip that has the
most recent date and time.
Notes
Set the date and time accurately. For
guidance on setting, see [Setting the
Internal Clock’s Date and Time]
(page 67).
During operation in either 24P or 24PA
mode, regeneration of the value of the
card recorded in drop-frame is not
permitted.
– C U F –
UMID SET/INFO
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
COUNTRY
– C U F –
P.OFF LCD
DISPLAY
– C U F –
TC OUT
TCG
TCG/TCR
Select the time code to be output to the
time code output connector.
TCG: Always output time code
generator value.
TCG/TCR:
Output time code generator
value in recording mode, and
time code reader value in
playback mode.
– C U F –
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Remarks
Input the user’s country. “NO-INFO” is
displayed until the input completes.
– C U F –
USER
For selecting whether to allow the time
code of the LCD monitor to be set and
the counter to be displayed when the
power is off.
ON:
It is possible to set the time code
and display the counter when
the power is off.
OFF: Power-down LCD monitor while
camera power is turned off.
Setting and indication disabled.
NO-INFO
ORGANIZATION NO-INFO
– C U F –
ON
OFF
Remarks
30F
24F
NO-INFO
Input the user’s organization or company
name. “NO-INFO” is displayed until the
input completes.
Input the user name. “NO-INFO” is
displayed until the input completes.
– C U F –
DEVICE NODE
Indicate the product ID number.
– – – – –
Note
Please refer to [Setting UMID Information] (page 74) for the
UMID information setting.
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FILE
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
SD CARD READ/WRITE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
R.SELECT
1
:
8
SD CARD R/W SELECT
Remarks
Select the file number to read out.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SYSTEM MODE ON
R/W
OFF
– – – F –
Read out the data from the SD memory
card.
READ
– – – – –
W.SELECT
1
:
8
Write the unit’s menu data to the SD
memory card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the
settings on the USER MENU SELECT
page when reading out or writing to the
SD memory card.
SYSTEM MENU ON
OFF
R/W
Select whether or not to include the set
values on all screens except the
<SYSTEM MODE> screen on the
SYSTEM SETTING page and the set
values on the OPTION MENU page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
USER MENU
SELECT R/W
– – – F –
Read out the title of the data recorded on
the SD memory card.
– – – – –
TITLE1 - 8
Up to 8 letters can be set for the title
name.
– – – – –
– – – F –
PAINT MENU
LEVEL R/W
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the
adjusted values on the PAINT page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the PAINT MENU page when
reading out or writing to the SD memory
card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the VF page when reading out
or writing to the SD memory card.
Note
For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the
respective items for SD CARD READ/WRITE are executed,
since it does not access an SD memory card. Set PC MODE
to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.
Menu
Format the SD memory card.
– – – – –
TITLE READ
Select whether or not to include the
CAMERA ID when reading out or writing
to the SD memory card.
– – – F –
– – – – –
CARD CONFIG
Select whether or not to include the
settings for the options on the <SYSTEM
MODE> screen when reading out or
writing to the SD memory card.
– – – F –
ID READ/WRITE ON
OFF
Select the file number to write in.
– – – F –
WRITE
Remarks
– – – F –
PAINT MENU
SW(„) R/W
– – – F –
VF MENU R/W
– – – F –
CAM OPE MENU ON
R/W
OFF
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the CAM OPERATION page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
– – – F –
MAIN OPE
MENU R/W
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the MAIN OPERATION page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the MAINTENANCE page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
– – – F –
MAINTE MENU
R/W
– – – F –
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CAC FILE CARD READ
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CARD FILE
SELECT
01
:
32
Remarks
For selecting the number of the
chromatic aberration correction file on
the SD memory card that will be read or
deleted.
– – – F –
For reading CAC file from the SD
memory card. When selected, the
following FILE READ screen appears.
READ
– – – – –
For deleting a CAC file from the SD
memory card.
DELETE
– – – – –
FILE READ screen
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
For displaying the name of a CAC file set
using READ from the <CAC FILE CARD
READ> screen.
TITLE
YES
For storing a CAC file read from the SD
memory card to the internal memory of
the unit.
NO (CANCEL)
For canceling storage of a CAC file read
from the SD memory card to the internal
memory of the unit.
MEM STORE
NO.
EMPTY
01
:
32
EMPTY:
For searching through the
internal memory of the unit in
numerical order when storing
data and only stores data in free
locations.
01 - 32:
For storing data at selected
number. When a CAC file
already exists at the selected
number, it is overwritten.
TITLE SCROLL
01
:
25
For scrolling through the CAC files in the
internal memory of the unit. Select this
option using the cursor. Press the jog
dial button, and then turn the jog dial
button to scroll through the CAC files.
For reading the name of a CAC file on
the SD memory card.
TITLE READ
– – – – –
TITLE SCROLL
01
:
25
For scrolling through the CAC files on
the SD memory card. Select this option
using the cursor. Press the jog dial
button, and then turn the jog dial button
to scroll through the CAC files.
– – – – –
01: - 32:
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
– – – – –
01: - 32:
202
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Remarks
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
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LENS FILE
SCENE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FILE NO.
01
:
64
Remarks
Select the lens file number.
Read out the cinematograph setting.
READ
CINEMATOGRAPH
Read the lens file data.
READ USER
DATA
Write the lens file data.
SCENE SEL
– – – – –
Read out the data from the user area in
the memory.
– – – – –
WRITE
– – – – –
For resetting the all data of the lens file.
RESET ALL
– – – – –
TITLE SCROLL
Remarks
– – – – –
– – – F –
READ
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
01
:
59
Scrolls through the lens files.
01
:
16
– – – F –
Read the scene file.
READ
– – – – –
Write the scene file.
WRITE
– – – – –
Select the scene file.
– – – – –
Up to 12 letters can be set for the title
name.
TITLE
– – – – –
Reset the scene file values to the initial
values.
RESET
– – – – –
TITLE SCROLL
– – – – –
01
:
12
Scrolls through the scene files.
Menu
For displaying up to 64 file names.
01 - 64
– – – – –
LENS FILE CARD R/W
Create the scene file title.
TITLE
– – – – –
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CARD FILE
SELECT
1(01-08)
2(09-16)
3(17-24)
4(25-32)
5(33-40)
6(41-48)
7(49-56)
8(57-64)
Remarks
For selecting the number of the lens file
in the SD memory card.
For displaying up to 16 file names.
– – – – –
Note
For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the READ
USER DATA item is executed, since it does not access an
SD memory card. Set PC MODE to “OFF” and then execute
the operation again.
– – – F –
READ
01: - 16:
For reading the lens file data from the SD
memory card.
INITIALIZE
– – – – –
WRITE
For writing the lens file data into the SD
memory card.
– – – – –
TITLE READ
For reading the title of the lens file in the
SD memory card.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
READ FACTORY
DATA
– – – – –
TITLE1 - 8
For setting a title consisting of not more
than 12 characters.
– – – – –
Note
For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the
respective items of LENS FILE CARD R/W are executed,
since it does not access an SD memory card. Set PC MODE
to “OFF” and then execute the operation again.
Remarks
The menu (MAIN MENU, OPTION
MENU) values are all reset to factory
settings.
Note
The settings for the following are not
reset to the factory-set values.
Scene file
User data
Lens file
Black shading data
– – – – –
WRITE USER
DATA
Save the user preference menu data in
the camera’s internal memory.
– – – – –
Note
For a USB DEVICE mode, errors occur even if the READ
FACTORY DATA item is executed, since it does not access
an SD memory card. Set PC MODE to “OFF” and then
execute the operation again.
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MAINTENANCE
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
LENS ADJ
LENS FILE ADJ
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
F2.8 ADJ
Remarks
ON
OFF
The iris is only set to F2.8 when this item
set to “ON”. (Adjustment to F2.8 will be
executed on the lens)
ON
OFF
The iris is only set to F16 when this item
set to “ON”. (Adjustment to F16 will be
executed on the lens)
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
RB GAIN CTRL
RESET
ON
OFF
Remarks
ON:
– – – – –
F16 ADJ
OFF:
– – – – –
BLACK SHADING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CORRECT
Remarks
ON
OFF
On/off switching for digital black shading
compensation.
–
Execute digital black shading
compensation.
– – – F –
–200
:
+000
:
+200
For compensating Rch sensitivity of the
lens used.
–200
:
+000
:
+200
For compensating Bch sensitivity of the
lens used.
000
:
100
For adjusting the flare level of Rch.
LENS G FLARE 000
:
100
For adjusting the flare level of Gch.
LENS R GAIN
OFFSET
– C U F R
DETECTION
(DIG)
– – – F –
LENS B GAIN
OFFSET
– – – – –
The gains of Rch and Bch
adjusted in <RB GAIN
CONTROL> screen are reset.
Furthermore, the flare levels of
Rch, Gch and Bch that are
adjusted on <RGB BLACK
CONTROL> screen are reset.
The gains of Rch and Bch
adjusted in <RB GAIN
CONTROL> screen are enabled.
Furthermore, the flare levels of
Rch, Gch and Bch that are
adjusted on <RGB BLACK
CONTROL> screen are enabled.
WHITE SHADING
– – – F –
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CORRECT
Remarks
ON
OFF
On/off switching for white shading
compensation.
–255
:
+000
:
+255
For executing the white shading
compensation manually.
The sawteeth-shaped waveform and the
parabola waveform of the respective
RGB channels are adjusted in the
horizontal direction and the vertical
direction.
– C U F R
R H SAW
R H PARA
R V SAW
R V PARA
G H SAW
G H PARA
G V SAW
G V PARA
B H SAW
B H PARA
B V SAW
B V PARA
– – – F –
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LENS R FLARE
– – – F –
– – – F –
LENS B FLARE
000
:
100
For adjusting the flare level of Bch.
– – – F –
Data adjusted on the <LENS FILE ADJ> screen can be
stored on an SD memory card as a lens file.
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Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CAC ADJ
CHAR FPGA
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CAC CONTROL ON
OFF
Remarks
ON:
OFF:
Enable chromatic aberration
correction
Disable chromatic aberration
correction
Remarks
Displays the version of the program for
the HD signal I/O control FPGA.
– – – – –
DC FPGA
Displays the version of the program for
the SD signal I/O control FPGA.
– – – – –
– – U F R
CAC FILE
DELETE
–
Deletes the CAC file stored in the
internal memory of the unit, and selected
using CAC FILE NO.
– – – – –
CAC FILE NO.
01
:
32
Selects a CAC file when manual
correction is in use. Also, selects CAC
file for deletion when deleting CAC files
using CAC FILE DELETE.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SYSCON SOFT
01
:
25
– – – – –
P2CS OS
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
P2CS AP
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
SH4CTRL FPGA
– – – – –
– – – – –
03:
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
PRCCTRL FPGA
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
SYSIF FPGA
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
AVC-I SOFT
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
AVC-I FPGA
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
– – – – –
For displaying up to 32 file names, each
up to 27 characters in length.
08:
– – – – –
DIAGNOSTIC1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Display the FPGA program version of
the AVC-I board.
Remarks
Display total hours the camera power
has been turned on.
– – – – –
P.ON TIMES
CAMSOFT MAIN
Display the control software version of
the AVC-I board.
HOURS METER
OPERATION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Display the program version for the
serial interface FPGA.
– – – – –
– – – – –
07:
Displays the version of the program for
the PRE RECORDING control FPGA.
– – – – –
– – – – –
06:
Display the program version for the
streaming control FPGA.
– – – – –
– – – – –
05:
Display the application version for the
streaming controller.
– – – – –
– – – – –
04:
Display the OS version for the streaming
controller.
– – – – –
– – – – –
02:
Display the software version for the LCD
microprocessor.
– – – – –
– – – F –
01:
Display the software version for the
system control microprocessor.
Menu
Scrolls through CAC files. Select this
option using the cursor. Press the jog
dial button, and then turn the jog dial
button to scroll through the CAC files.
Remarks
– – – – –
LCD SOFT
– – – F –
TITLE SCROLL
DIAGNOSTIC2
Remarks
Display total number of times the
POWER switch has been turned on.
– – – – –
Displays the version of the main software
for the camera microprocessor.
– – – – –
CAM TABLE
Displays the version of the camera block
settings table.
– – – – –
PULSE FPGA
Displays the version of the program for
driving the CCD.
– – – – –
UCIF FPGA
Displays the version of the program for
the microprocessor interface FPGA.
– – – – –
FM FPGA
Displays the version of the program for
the frame memory control FPGA.
– – – – –
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OPTION MENU
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset mode.
OPTION
AREA SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ENG SECURITY ON
OFF
Remarks
Select whether or not to prohibit opening
the menu screen.
ON:
Menu screen cannot be opened.
Please consult your distributor to
release the setting.
OFF: Menu screen can be opened.
– – – – –
FRAME RATE
UB
FRM RATE
MENU
For setting the user bits to record when
the video system is set to 24P or 24PA.
For details, refer to [Recording time code
and user bits] (page 64).
FRM RATE:
For recording the shooting
information (frame rate etc.) of
the camera.
MENU: This follows the settings in the
UB MODE item and the VITC UB
MODE item of <TC/UB> screen.
However, the camera shooting
information is always recorded
when recording in native mode.
DELAYED
THROUGH
Select whether or not to delay audio,
headphone and speaker outputs.
DELAYED:
Delay audio output in
synchronization with video
output.
THROUGH:
Output audio input without delay.
This setting prevents echo effect
between the sound source and
audio output when the sound
source is near the unit.
OFF
AUTO
For setting the operation mode of the fan
OFF: The fan always stops.
AUTO: The fan will run automatically
when the temperature in the unit
increases.
Note
Once the power is turned off, this will
always be set to “AUTO” whenever the
power is turned on. If the unit is operated
as the fan stops, the temperature in the
unit will increase, and data may not
record or play back properly. Use the unit
after setting this item to “AUTO” for
normal operation.
ON
OFF
For setting if the frame rate can be
changed or not during VFR recording.
ON:
Frame rate can be changed.
OFF: Frame rate cannot be changed.
Note
Audio while recording VFR will not be
recorded onto the P2 card regardless of
the frame rate setting when this is set to
“ON”.
– C – – –
FAN MODE
– – – – –
RATE SET AT
REC
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Menu: Menu Description Tables
Remarks
NTSC
NTSC (J)
PAL
NTSC: Selects an NTSC area outside
Japan.
NTSC (J):
Selects Japan.
PAL: Selects a PAL area.
–
For changing the area setting selected
using AREA SELECT. For more details
about settings used in different areas,
refer to [Color TV Standard Settings
(Settings for frame frequency)]
(page 14).
– – – – –
„AREA SET
– C – – –
AUDIO OUT
DELAY
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– – – – –
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