Panasonic AJ-SPX800 User guide

Panasonic AJ-SPX800 User guide
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AJ-SPX800
Menu Information
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Chapter 8 Menu Description Tables
8-1 Menu Configuration
MENU
USER MENU
MAIN MENU
SYSTEM SETTING
ROP
MATRIX
COLOR CORRECTION
LOW SETTING
MID SETTING
HIGH SETTING
ADDITIONAL DTL
SKIN TONE DTL
KNEE/LEVEL
GAMMA
FLARE
CAMERA SETTING
PAINT
OPTION MENU
OPTION
VF
CAM OPERATION
Opening the Menus
MAIN OPERATION
USER MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed.
FILE
MAIN MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed for at least 3 seconds.
CAMERA ID
SHUTTER SPEED
SHUTTER SELECT
USER SW
SW MODE
WHITE BALANCE MODE
USER SW GAIN
IRIS
SD CARD READ/WRITE
SD CARD R/W SELECT
LENS FILE
SCENE
INITIALIZE
MAINTENANCE
USER MENU SELECT
OPTION MENU:
Displayed when the MENU button is
pressed while pressing the LIGHT button.
<Notes>
SYSTEM SETTING(USER)
PAINT(USER)
VF(USER)
CAM OPE(USER)
MAIN OPE(USER)
FILE(USER)
MAINTENANCE(USER)
SYSTEM MODE
OPTION MODE 1
OPTION MODE 2
REC FUNCTION
OUTPUT SEL
LCD MONITOR
GENLOCK
VF DISPLAY
VF MARKER
USER BOX
VF INDICATOR1
VF INDICATOR2
MODE CHECK IND
! LED
BATTERY/P2CARD
BATTERY SETTING1
BATTERY SETTING2
MIC/AUDIO 1
MIC/AUDIO 2
TC/UB
UMID SET/INFO
SYSTEM CHECK
LENS ADJ
BLACK SHADING
WHITE SHADING
DIAGNOSTIC1
DIAGNOSTIC2
HOURS METER
z The following items can be set: 42 camera-related items (14 C 3 pages), 14 recording-related items (1 page).
z The items highlighted in grey cannot be selected by <USER MENU SELECT>.
z The underlined items can only be selected as one whole page (with all sub-items). Individual sub-items cannot be selected
separately.
About Menu Description Tables
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 data file.
C = Can be saved or read using CARD READ/WRITESD.
U = Can be saved and read as user data.
Please refer to [8-7-4 SCENE] and [8-7-5 INITIALIZE].
F = Can be read using READ FACTORY DATA.
Please refer to [8-7-5 INITIALIZE].
E = Can be saved using ECU DATA SAVE.
Please refer to [5-9 Connecting the AJ-EC3P Extension Controller].
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
REC SIGNAL
CAM
VIDEO
1394
– C U F E
This section shows the
adjustable range of the
set value, and available
options for this item.
98
Remarks
Select video input signals.
CAM Record the signal from the camera
VIDEO: Record the signal from the
GENLOCK IN terminal
1394: Record the signal from the 1394
input terminal. (when optional AJYAD800G is attached.)
About the settings available for this
item.
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8-2 SYSTEM SETTING
8-2-1 SYSTEM MODE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
REC SIGNAL
CAM
VIDEO
1394
– C U F E
CAMERA
MODE
60i
30P
24P
24PA
S C U F E
V.RES (24/30P) INTRLCE
PROG.
S C U F E
ASPECT
– C U F E
Switch the operating mode of the camera.
60i:
Camera operates in 60i mode.
30P: Camera operates in 30P mode.
24P: Camera operates in 24P mode (2:3)
24PA: Camera operates in 24PA mode
(2:3:3:2)
Set the vertical resolution when the 24P,
24PA, 30P mode is selected.
INTRLCE: Lines are mixed. Natural images
can be obtained.
PROG. : Lines are not mixed. Complete
progressive images can be
obtained when images are edited
after shooting.
<Note>
When PROG. is selected, images are
recorded as progressive segmented frame
images, which enables complete
progressive editing. However, adding
Vertical Detail (V.DTL) produces unnatural
images. Therefore, we recommend using
the camera with V.DTL set to 0. (Sufficient
vertical response is maintained in the
images after the progressive editing even
when V.DTL is set to 0.)
Select the aspect ratio for recording.
16:9: Record in <16:9> aspect ratio.
4:3: Record in <4:3> aspect ratio.
50M
25M
DV
Select the recording mode.
50M: Record in DVCPRO50 format.
25M: Record in DVCPRO format.
DV:
Record in DV format.
0%
7.5%A
Switch the setup. (When the DVCPRO50 or
DVCPRO format is selected.)
0%: Setup is switched to 0% for both the
camera output and the recording.
7.5%A: Setup is switched to 7.5% for the
camera output and 0% for the
recording.
– C U F E
SET UP
Select video input signals.
CAM Record the signal from the camera
VIDEO: Record the signal from the
GENLOCK IN terminal
1394: Record the signal from the 1394
input terminal (when optional AJYAD800G is attached)
<Notes>
z After the power has been turned OFF, this
setting defaults to CAM when the power is
turned ON again.
z With VIDEO selected, to synchronise this
camera-recorder to the video signal (VBS)
that is input to the GENLOCK IN terminal,
the GENLOCK item in [8-2-7 GENLOCK]
must be set to EXT.
16:9
4:3
– C U F E
REC MODE
Remarks
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
REC TALLY
RED
GREEN
CHAR
Selects display of the recording status of the
camera when the AJ-SPX800P is used with
a 26-pin extender or Triax, or when it is
controlling an external VTR, by setting the
menu option 26PIN CONTROL to “BOTH”.
The menu option 26PIN CONTROL is found
in the OPTION MODE 2 screen on the
SYSTEM setting page.
RED: The red tally lamp lights up.
GREEN:The green tally lamp lights up.
CHAR: The VF displays [REC] in characters.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable illumination
of the P2 card access LEDs.
ON: Enable the P2 card access LEDs to
light up for card status indications.
OFF: LEDs remain off.
ON
OFF
Select the USB drive mode when using the
P2 card as bulk storage by connecting the
AJ-SPX800P with a PC via USB2.0.
ON: Switches to the USB drive mode.
Recording, playback or thumbnail
operation via the AJ-SPX800P is not
permitted.
OFF: Stops the USB drive mode, and
returns to normal operation.
<Note>
After the power is turned off, this setting
defaults to “OFF” when the power is next
turned on.
– C U F E
ACCESS LED
– C U F E
USB
– – U F –
Remarks
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-2-2 OPTION MODE 1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
P.OFF GPS
DATA
HOLD
CLEAR
– C U F –
SDI METADATA ON
OFF
– C U F –
SDI EDH
ON
OFF
– C U F –
SAVE SW (AUD ON
OUT)
OFF
– C U F –
SAVE SW (LCD) ON
OFF
– C U F –
SAVE SW (SDI) ON
OFF
– C U F –
8-2-3 OPTION MODE 2
Remarks
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.
CLEARClear the data when the power is
turned off, and save zero (No-Info)
from the next power-on until a new
measurement is completed.
Select whether or not to output metadata
(UMID) to the SDI (when the optional AJYA902AG is attached).
COMPONENT
OUT
Sets the analog component output level to
Triax, 26-pin extender, or external VTR.
OFF: Saves power and stops output.
However, when either a 26-pin
extender, external VTR or Triax is
connected, output automatically
switches to BETACAM level.
BETACAM:
Output using ß-CAM level.
M2:
Output using M2 level.
OFF
BOTH
Sets the recording control between the
external VTR and the AJ-SPX800P when a
26-pin camera adapter (AJ-CA905G,
optional) is attached and used with an
external VTR.
OFF: Recording is performed only with the
AJ-SPX800P, and not with the
external VTR.
BOTH:Recording is performed with both the
AJ-SPX800P, and an external VTR.
<Note>
The Tally Lamp indicates external VTR
status. Recording status of the AJ-SPX800P
can be selected in the menu option REC
TALLY of SYSTEM MODE.
NORMAL
SPECIAL
Sets the type of VTR control signal (start/
stop recording) which is output from No. 12
of the 26-pin connector when the 26-pin
camera adapter (AJ-CA905G, optional) is
attached and controls an external VTR.
NORMAL:
Recording stop "LOW", recording start
“HIGH” (for AJ-D92).
SPECIAL:
Recording stop “HIGH”, recording start
“LOW”.
– C U F –
26PIN
CONTROL
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.
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 –
26PIN
CONTROL
DEFAULT
Select whether or not to automatically
disable the SDI output when the SAVE ON/
OFF switch is set to [ON].
ON: Disable SDI output.
OFF: Enable SDI output.
Menu options for setting 1394 are displayed when an IEEE1394
interface board (AJ-YAD800G, optional) is attached. For more
information, see the AJ-YAD800G instruction manual.
– C U F –
Remarks
OFF
BETACAM
M2
Select whether or not to add an error
detection flag to the SDI output (when the
optional AJ-YA902AG is attached).
<Note>
100
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-2-4 REC FUNCTION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
INTERVAL REC ON
MODE
ONE SHOT
OFF
– – – F –
REC TIME
00s01f
:
59s29f
– C U F –
PAUSE TIME
– C U F –
00h00m00s01f
:
00h04m59s29f
:
23h59m59s29f
TAKE TOTAL
TIME
NONE
:
– C U F – 5day
TOTAL REC
TIME
00m00s01f
:
99m59s29f
OVER100min
NONE
– – – – –
AUDIO REC
ON
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>
After the power is turned off, this setting
defaults to OFF when the power is next
turned on.
Set REC TIME (1 cut).
<Note>
During 24P or 24PA modes, operations are
performed in 5-frame units, and the fraction
is truncated. The minimum operation is 5
frames (if the setting is 9 frames or fewer).
Specify PAUSE time for recording.
<Note>
During 24P or 24PA modes, operations are
performed in 5-frame units, and the fraction
is truncated. The minimum operation is 5
frames.
Specify the time needed for shooting.
Select from NONE (continue until operation
is manually stopped) to 5 days.
Display total recorded time. 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>
During 24P mode or 24PA mode, operations
are performed in 5-frame units, and the
fraction is truncated. The displayed value is
based on actual operation using 5 frames as
a unit.
Select whether or not sound will be
recorded.
– C U F –
START DELAY 0SEC
:
– C U F – 10SEC
Set the delay after pressing REC START to
start recording in INTERVAL REC.
PRE REC TIME 0SEC
Set PRE RECORDING.
0-15SEC:
Set the length of time that can be
retrospectively recorded before the REC
START button is pressed.
<Note>
The maximum selectable range is 8 seconds
when the REC MODE in the <SYSTEM
MODE> screen is set to 50M (DVCPRO50).
:
15SEC
– C U F –
LOOP REC
MODE
– – – F –
ON
OFF
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
VOICE MEMO
RESERV
ON
OFF
Set the available memory space for voice
memos in P2 cards.
ON: Reserve a voice memo area of 10
minutes or longer separately from the
video recording capacity. The voice
memo area can be used even when
FULL is displayed for the recording
capacity of the P2 card.
OFF: Do not reserve any voice memo
space.
<Note>
Even when this item is set to OFF, and FULL
is displayed for the P2 card’s recording
capacity, it may be possible to record voice
memos depending on the status of the P2
card.
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>
When the INTERVAL REC MODE is set to
either “ON” or “ONE SHOT”, the “ALL”
setting for this option switches to “NORMAL”
operation.
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.
– C U F –
REC START
– C U F –
P.ON REC
SLOT SEL
Remarks
HOLD
SLOT1
– 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
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.
<Note>
After the power is turned off, this item will
default to OFF the next time the power is
turned on.
REC TIME
02s00f
PAUSE TIME
02s00f
TAKE TOTAL TIME
40min
TOTAL REC TIME
19m59s06f
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-2-5 OUTPUT SEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
VIDEO OUT
SEL
VBS
VF
Y
SDI
8-2-6 LCD MONITOR
Remarks
Select the output signal on the VIDEO OUT
terminal.
VBS: Output a regular composite signal.
VF: Output a VF Y signal. The status
display is also superimposed.
Y:
Output a component Y signal.
SDI: Output an SDI signal. Only selectable
when the optional AJ-YA902AG
extension board is attached.
– C U F –
MONITOR OUT ON
CHAR
OFF
– C U F –
– C U F –
102
Select whether or not to superimpose
characters on the MON OUT terminal signal
independently of the camera’s VIDEO OUT
CHARACTER switch. (The character
content is the same as the video output
signal.)
ON: Enable superimpose.
OFF: Disable superimpose.
Select whether or not to superimpose
characters on the LCD monitor. (The
character content is the same as the video
output signal.)
ON: Enable superimpose.
(Not interlocked with the VIDEO OUT
CHARACTER switch.)
OFF: Disable superimpose.
(Not interlocked with the VIDEO OUT
CHARACTER switch.)
EE/PB
EE
Select the image to display in the viewfinder.
EE/PB: Display the playback image in the
playback mode.
EE:
Always display the camera image.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to output clip
thumbnails displayed on the LCD monitor to
the video output and monitor output signals.
ON: Enable output.
OFF: Disable output.
– C U F –
THUMBNAIL
OUT
Set the character contents superimposed
onto the output signals for the VIDEO OUT
terminal (Analog or SDI) and MON OUT
terminal.
TC: Display the time code. (Displays the
menu when menu characters are
superimposed.)
<Note>
The TC display position moves up and down
depending on the camera ID position.
STATUS:
Display the same characters
superimposed on the VF signal. (Displays
the menu when menu characters are
superimposed.)
MENU ONLY:
Displays only when the menu characters
are superimposed. No display appears
when other characters are superimposed.
ON
OFF
– C U F –
VF MODE
BRIGHTNESS
–7
Remarks
Adjust the LCD monitor brightness.
:
+0
:
– C U F – +7
COLOR LEVEL –7
Adjust the LCD monitor chroma level.
:
+0
:
– C U F – +7
CONTRAST
– C U F –
OUTPUT CHAR TC
STATUS
MENU
ONLY
LCD MON
CHAR
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
–7
Adjust the LCD monitor contrast.
:
+0
:
– C U F – +7
BACKLIGHT
HIGH
NORMAL
Select whether or not to set the LCD monitor
brightness to always high.
HIGH:
Set to always high.
NORMAL: The brightness changes
according to the BRIGHTNESS
setting.
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 –
SELF SHOOT
– C U F –
ASPECT CONV. LT.BOX
SQUEEZE
– C U F –
Select a screen ratio for images displayed
on the LCD monitor.
LT.BOX: Display images in the letter box
size.
SQEEZE: Display images in the squeeze size.
<Note>
This item is enabled only when ASPECT
described in “8-2-1 SYSTEM MODE” is set
to16:9.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-3 PAINT
8-2-7 GENLOCK
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
GENLOCK
INT
EXT
26P EXT
– C U F E
H PHASE
COARSE
–50
:
+00
8-3-1 ROP
Remarks
Switch the camera synchronising signal.
INT: Synchronise with the internal
reference signal regardless of the
reference signal input to the
GENLOCK IN terminal.
EXT: Synchronise with the reference signal
input to the GENLOCK IN terminal.
26P EXT:
Synchronizes to the signal input via the
26-pin connector.
Perform coarse phase adjustment for
horizontal hold when configuring a system.
:
+000
:
+160
– – – – –
SC PHASE
COARSE
SC PHASE
FINE
Set the master pedestal level.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +200
MASTER DTL
–31
Set the H Detail and V Detail levels.
:
+00
:
S C U F E +31
MASTER
0.35
:
GAMMA
0.45
Set MASTER GAMMA in 0.01 steps.
Perform fine phase adjustment for horizontal
hold when configuring a system.
<Note>
This adjustment simultaneously shifts the
SC phase.
KNEE POINT
70.0%
Set the KNEE POINT position in 0.5% steps.
:
85 0%
:
S C U F E 107.0%
KNEE SLOPE
0
Set the KNEE slope.
:
0
1
Perform coarse SC PHASE adjustment
when GENLOCK is set.
3
50
:
S C U F E 99
R GAIN
–200
8
Set the Rch gain.
:
–75
:
+00
:
+75
– – – – –
–200
:
:
– – – – –
MASTER PED
Remarks
S C U F E 0.75
:
– – – – – +50
H PHASE FINE –160
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Perform fine SC PHASE adjustment when
GENLOCK is set.
<Note>
When adjusting GENLOCK, please adjust H
PHASE first, and then adjust SC PHASE.
+000
:
S C U F E +200
G GAIN
–200
Set the Gch gain.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +200
B GAIN
–200
Set the Bch gain.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +200
R PEDESTAL
–100
Set the Rch pedestal level.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +100
G PEDESTAL
–100
Set the Gch pedestal level.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +100
B PEDESTAL
–100
Set the Bch pedestal level.
:
+000
:
S C U F E +100
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-3-2 MATRIX
8-3-3 COLOR CORRECTION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MATRIX
TABLE
Remarks
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
A
B
Select the color correction table. 2 types of
tables can be stored: type A and type B.
R
(SAT/PHASE)
–31
Adjust the tint.
S C U F E +63
S C U F E
MATRIX R-G
:
+00
Perform red color correction (saturation and
hue).
:
R-Mg
(SAT/PHASE)
:
+06
:
S C U F E +31
MATRIX R-B
–31
:
:
:
:
:
:
+00
Perform color correction (saturation and
hue) between magenta and blue.
–63
:
+00
Perform blue color correction (saturation and
hue).
S C U F E +63
B-Cy
–63
(SAT/PHASE) :
+00
Perform color correction (saturation and
hue) between blue and cyan.
:
Adjust the tint.
:
S C U F E +63
Cy
(SAT/PHASE)
–05
:
S C U F E +31
OFF
A
S C U F E B
–63
:
Adjust the tint.
+07
S C U F E +31
–31
+00
Perform magenta color correction
(saturation and hue).
S C U F E +63
B
(SAT/PHASE)
:
MATRIX B-G
:
:
Adjust the tint.
–01
S C U F E +31
MATRIX B-R
–31
–63
S C U F E +63
Mg-B
(SAT/PHASE)
:
S C U F E +31
–31
+00
Perform color correction (saturation and
hue) between red and magenta.
:
Adjust the tint.
+06
MATRIX G-B
:
S C U F E +63
Mg
(SAT/PHASE)
:
S C U F E +31
MATRIX G-R
–31
–63
:
Adjust the tint.
+12
„MATRIX
TABLE
–63
Remarks
–63
:
+00
Perform cyan color correction (saturation
and hue).
:
Select the color correction table to be
applied to the selected GAIN switch (L/M/H).
S C U F E +63
Cy-G
(SAT/PHASE)
–63
:
+00
Perform color correction (saturation and
hue) between cyan and green.
:
<Note>
S C U F E +63
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 [8-7-2 SD CARD R/W SELECT] for more
information.
G
(SAT/PHASE)
–63
:
+00
Perform green color correction (saturation,
hue).
:
S C U F E +63
G-Yl
(SAT/PHASE)
–63
:
+00
Perform color correction (saturation, hue)
between green and yellow.
:
S C U F E +63
Yl
(SAT/PHASE)
–63
:
+00
Perform yellow color correction (saturation,
hue).
:
S C U F E +63
Yl-R
(SAT/PHASE)
–63
:
+00
Perform color correction (saturation, hue)
between yellow and red.
:
S C U F E +63
„COLOR
CORRECT
S C U F E
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable color
correction for the selected GAIN switch
(L/M/H).
ON:
Enable correction.
OFF: Disable correction.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-3-4 LOW SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER
GAIN
–3dB
:
0dB
8-3-5 MID SETTING
Remarks
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6, 9,
12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER
GAIN
:
00
Set H.DTL LEVEL.
H.DTL LEVEL
:
17
14
00
:
Set V.DTL LEVEL.
V.DTL LEVEL
:
24
20
S C U F E 31
Set DTL CORING.
DTL CORING
:
03
:
:
20
:
S C U F E 31
LEVEL
0
DEPEND.
1
:
5
S C U F E
0.35
S C U F E 15
Set a frequency (DTL width) at which H.DTL
is added. The greater the value, the higher
the frequency (the narrower the DTL).
Set LEVEL DEPEND.
No DTL is added to the portion whose
brightness is the setting value or less.
When the GAMMA MODE SEL item is set to
STD, each setting value represents
brightness levels, as follows: 0 = about 0%,
1 = about 4%, 2 = about 8%, 3 = about 12%,
4 = about 16%, 5 = about 20%.
Set MASTER GAMMA in 0.01 steps.
:
0.45
H.DTL FREQ.
20
:
S C U F E 31
LEVEL
0
DEPEND.
1
:
5
S C U F E
MASTER
GAMMA
0.35
Set a frequency (DTL width) at which H.DTL
is added. The greater the value, the higher
the frequency (the narrower the DTL).
Set LEVEL DEPEND.
No DTL is added to the portion whose
brightness is the setting value or less.
When the GAMMA MODE SEL item is set to
STD, each setting value represents
brightness levels, as follows: 0 = about 0%,
1 = about 4%, 2 = about 8%, 3 = about 12%,
4 = about 16%, 5 = about 20%.
Set MASTER GAMMA in 0.01 steps.
:
0.45
:
S C U F E 0.75
S C U F E 0.75
Set the gamma curb for dark spots.
:
OFF
BLACK
STRETCH
:
–3
Set the gamma curb for dark spots.
:
OFF
:
S C U F E +3
„MATRIX
TABLE
00
:
:
–3
Set DTL CORING.
:
S C U F E 15
BLACK
STRETCH
00
:
02
00
Set V.DTL LEVEL.
:
S C U F E 31
MASTER
GAMMA
00
:
00
Set H.DTL LEVEL.
S C U F E 63
:
H.DTL FREQ.
00
:
S C U F E 63
DTL CORING
9dB
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6, 9,
12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.
S C U F E 30dB
:
V.DTL LEVEL
:
:
S C U F E 30dB
H.DTL LEVEL
–3dB
Remarks
S C U F E +3
OFF
A
S C U F E B
Select the color correction table.
„MATRIX
TABLE
OFF
A
S C U F E B
Select the color correction table.
„COLOR
CORRECT
Set the color correction to ON or OFF.
„COLOR
CORRECT
Set the color correction to ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
<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 [8-7-2 SD CARD R/W SELECT] for more
information.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-3-6 HIGH SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„MASTER
GAIN
–3dB
:
18dB
8-3-7 ADDITIONAL DTL
Remarks
Select the master gain from –3, 0, 3, 6, 9,
12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, or 30dB.
:
00
KNEE APE LVL OFF
1
2
Set H.DTL.
:
12
S C U F E 5
CHROMA DTL OFF
1
00
S C U F E
Set V.DTL LEVEL.
DTL GAIN(+)
:
Set DTL CORING.
S C U F E +31
DTL GAIN(–)
–31
:
:
08
+00
:
:
20
:
S C U F E 31
0
LEVEL
DEPEND.
:
3
:
5
S C U F E
MASTER
GAMMA
Set a frequency (DTL width) at which H.DTL
is added. The greater the value, the higher
the frequency (the narrower the DTL).
Set LEVEL DEPEND.
No DTL is added to the portion whose
brightness is the setting value or less.
When the GAMMA MODE SEL item is set to
STD, each setting value represents
brightness levels, as follows: 0 = about 0%,
1 = about 4%, 2 = about 8%, 3 = about 12%,
4 = about 16%, 5 = about 20%.
Set MASTER GAMMA in 0.01 steps.
:
S C U F E
63
Adjust the detail signal clip towards the +
direction.
DTL SOURCE
(R+G)/2
(G+B)/2
2G+R+B /4
(3G+R)/4
R
S C U F E G
Set the signal source for detail signal
components.
H.DTL LINE MIX 1H
2H
Set the scan line to generate the H.DTL
signal.
0.55
„CORNER DTL ON
OFF
:
S C U F E
:
–3
Set the gamma curb for dark spots.
:
OFF
:
S C U F E +3
„MATRIX
TABLE
OFF
A
S C U F E B
Select the color correction table.
„COLOR
CORRECT
Set the color correction to ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
<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 [8-7-2 SD CARD R/W SELECT] for more
information.
106
S C U F E +31
DTL CLIP
00
S C U F E
0.35
S C U F E 0.75
BLACK
STRETCH
Adjust the detail level toward the –
(downwards).
:
S C U F E 15
00
Adjust the detail level toward + (upwards).
:
S C U F E 31
H.DTL FREQ.
–31
+00
:
00
5
:
17
DTL CORING
Set KNEE APE LEVEL.
Set the chroma detail.
Detects the chroma edge and superimposes
it on Y to enhance H.DTL. A greater value
increases the correction.
:
:
S C U F E 63
V.DTL LEVEL
Remarks
:
S C U F E 30dB
H.DTL LEVEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ON/OFF switching for CORNER DTL mode,
which enhances the resolution around the
screen perimeter.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-3-8 SKIN TONE DTL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
„SKIN TONE
DTL
8-3-9 KNEE/LEVEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Remarks
ON
OFF
Set the skin tone DTL to ON or OFF.
MASTER PED
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switching for ZEBRA within the
SKIN TONE range.
0
Adjust the effect of SKIN TONE DTL
CORING.
+000
:
S C U F E +200
„MANUAL
KNEE
S C U F E
SKIN DTL
CORING
:
5
Set the KNEE POINT position in 0.5% steps.
:
Used when obtaining the target hue for
SKIN TONE DTL. Align the center marker
and the target object with each other.
– – – – –
000
Set the maximum value of the brightness
signal to which SKIN TONE effect is
enabled.
:
190
:
S C U F E 255
Y MIN
000
Set the minimum value of the brightness
signal to which the SKIN TONE effect is
enabled.
:
010
:
S C U F E 255
I CENTER
000
Set the center position on the I axis (the
area where SKIN TONE is enabled).
:
022
S C U F E 107.0%
KNEE SLOPE
00
:
50
:
99 (98)
S C U F E
„WHITE CLIP ON
OFF
S C U F E
WHITE CLIP
LVL
90%
105%
:
85%
Set the area width where SKIN TONE is
enabled along the I axis above and below
the I CENTER.
010
:
8
Set WHITE CLIP LEVEL.
:
A.KNEE POINT 80%
:
Set the WHITE CLIP feature to ON or OFF.
The WHITE CLIP LVL set value is enabled
when this setting is ON.
:
:
000
Set the KNEE SLOPE.
0 setting is equal to KNEE OFF.
<Note>
The adjustable range when using the AJEC3P is from 00 to 98.
S C U F E 109%
S C U F E 255
:
S C U F E 107%
A.KNEE LVL
100
Set the AUTO KNEE POINT position in
0.5% steps. This setting is enabled when the
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector switch is set
to CAM.AUTO KNEE ON.
Set the AUTO KNEE LEVEL.
:
S C U F E 255
105
000
Set the area width where SKIN TONE is
enabled along the Q axis above and below
the I CENTER.
:
005
:
S C U F E 255
Q PHASE
70.0%
85.0%
SKIN TONE
GET
Q WIDTH
Set the mode when the AUTO KNEE switch
is OFF. The KNEE POINT/SLOPE set value
is enabled when this setting is ON.
:
:
I WIDTH
ON
OFF
S C U F E
KNEE POINT
S C U F E 7
Y MAX
Set the master pedestal.
:
S C U F E
„SKIN TONE
ZEBRA
–200
Remarks
–128
Set the phase in the area where SKIN TONE
is enabled based on the Q axis.
:
+000
:
S C U F E 109
A.KNEE
RESPONSE
S C U F E
1
:
4
Set the AUTO KNEE response speed.
The smaller the setting value, the faster the
response speed.
<Note>
:
S C U F E +127
Y
R-Y
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 [8-7-2 SD CARD R/W SELECT] for more
information.
Q-WIDTH
I-WIDTH
Y-MAX
+ direction
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
I-CENTER
– direction
Q-PHASE
B-Y
= SKIN TONE AREA
Y-MIN
0
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8-3-10 GAMMA
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
MASTER
GAMMA
0.35
8-3-11 FLARE
Remarks
Set the master gamma in 0.01% steps.
0.45
–15
S C U F E
G FLARE
Set the Rch gamma.
:
Set the R FLARE.
B FLARE
:
S C U F E +15
100
000
Set the G FLARE.
:
S C U F E
+00
–15
000
Remarks
:
S C U F E 0.75
B GAMMA
R FLARE
:
:
R GAMMA
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
100
000
Set the B FLARE.
:
Set the Bch gamma.
:
S C U F E
100
+00
:
S C U F E +15
GAMMA MODE STD
SEL
NEWS
FILM LIKE1
FILM LIKE2
S C U F E
108
Select the gamma.
STD: Standard gamma feature.
NEWS: This video gamma feature can
effectively reproduce gradations by
reducing whiteouts and blackouts
when shooting an object with
partially highlighted areas. This
gamma is especially effective in the
AUTO KNEE mode.
FILM LIKE1:
Cinema gamma feature for video. This
gamma is set with scene file 4 as the
factory setting.
FILM LIKE2:
Cinema gamma feature for video. This
gamma feature can reproduce gradations
in highlighted areas better than FILM
LIKE1 gamma.
<Notes>
z Selecting NEWS gamma
disables
settings under the items KNEE SLOPE,
KNEE POINT, and A.KNEE POINT
outlined in [8-3-9 KNEE/LEVEL]. These
settings are also disabled when NEWS
gamma is selected with the USER switch.
z When FILELIKE1 or FILELIKE2 is
selected, little change occurs and a
certain curve is maintained when the
setting value for the KNEE SLOPE item in
[8-3-9 KNEE/LEVEL] is 00 to 50.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
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8-4 VF
8-3-12 „CAMERA SETTING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
DETAIL
8-4-1 VF DISPLAY
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Remarks
ON
OFF
Set the DTL (H, V) to ON or OFF.
DISP
CONDITION
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switching for the two-dimensional
LPF that reduces cross-color.
DISP MODE
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switching for the HIGH COLOR
mode, which enhances the color dynamic
range.
S C U F E
2D LPF
S C U F E
GAMMA
ON
OFF
Set the gamma circuit to ON or OFF.
ON
OFF
Switch the test signal ON or OFF.
VF DTL
ON
OFF
Set the DISP MODE.
Switch the camera’s Warning/Message
indication. Please refer to [4-7-4 Display
Modes and Setting Changes/adjustment
Result Messages] for more information.
Y
NAM
R
G
B
Select the VF output.
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
0
Select the VF DTL.
Additionally enhance the DTL for the VF
signal. 0 setting is the same DTL as the
primary scan lines.
ON
OFF
S C U F E
:
Set the flare correction to ON or OFF.
3
:
S C U F E
H-F COMPE.
1
2
3
– C U F E
S C U F E
FLARE
NORMAL: Display status constantly.
HOLD: Display status only when the
MODE CHECK switch is pressed.
– C U F E
VF OUT
S C U F E
TEST SAW
NORMAL
HOLD
– C U F E
S C U F E
HIGH COLOR
ON/OFF switching for the H-F COMPE
mode, which enhances the DTL in the highfrequency range.
Remarks
– C U F E 5
ZEBRA1
0%
:
DETECT
70%
Set the ZEBRA1 detection level (IRE value).
:
– C U F E 109%
ZEBRA2
DETECT
ZEBRA Pattern Display
0%
Set the ZEBRA2 detection level (IRE value).
:
85%
:
– C U F E 109%
Video Level
109%
ON
ZEBRA 2
OFF
SPOT
ZEBRA 2
DETECT
ZEBRA2
ON
SPOT
– C U F E OFF
Set the ZEBRA2 to ON, OFF, or SPOT.
LOW LIGHT LVL OFF
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
– C U F E 35%
Set the camera incoming light volume at
which to display LOW LIGNT.
ECU MENU
DISP.
ON
OFF
Set the menu display on the VF to ON or
OFF when the ECU is connected.
ON
OFF
Set the 50M recording indication to ON or
OFF.
– C U F E
ZEBRA 1
DETECT
50M
INDICATOR
– C U F E
0%
<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.
MARKER/CHAR 50%
LVL
60%
70%
80%
90%
– C U F E 100%
Adjust the brightness of markers and
characters displayed on the VF.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-4-2 VF MARKER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
TABLE
A
B
– C U F E
CENTER MARK OFF
1
2
3
4
– C U F E
SAFETY ZONE OFF
1
2
– C U F E
SAFETY AREA 80%
8-4-4 VF INDICATOR1
Remarks
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Select the VF MARKER setting table.
First, select table A or B, then set the items
below for each table.
EXTENDER
Switch the center mark.
OFF: Do not display center mark.
1:
+ (large)
2:
Hollow (large)
3:
+ (small)
4:
Hollow (small)
SHUTTER
Select the frame type for the safety zone.
OFF: Do not display frame.
1:
Box
2:
Corner frame
Set the position of the safety zone.
FRAME LVL
Set the level outside the frame marker.
0: Equivalent to signal OFF.
15: Same brightness as center area. This
setting, however, is disabled if the
FRAME SIG is set to VISTA.
15
– C U F E
USER BOX
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the USER
BOX.
1
Set the width of the USER BOX.
13
:
:
13
:
+00
Set to ON or OFF the indications for current
gain setting, S.GAIN, and DS.GAIN.
OFF
IRIS
S+IRIS
S
OFF: Disable indications of both the super
iris ON status and the iris value.
IRIS: Enable only the iris value indication.
S+IRIS: Enables indications of the super iris
ON status and the iris value.
S:
Enable indication of the super iris ON
status.
(The iris value indication and the iris
override indication/non indication are
interlocked.)
Select when to enable the ID mix during
recording.
BAR:
Enable when recording color bars.
CAM:
Enable when recording camera
image.
ALWAYS: Enable always.
OFF:
Disable ID mix.
BAR
CAM
ALWAYS
OFF
UPPER R
UPPER L
LOWER R
LOWER L
Set the camera ID recording position.
UPPER R: Upper right.
UPPER L: Upper left.
LOWER R: Lower right.
LOWER L: Lower left.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to simultaneously mix
the year/month/date and hour/minute/
second when recording the camera ID.
ON
OFF
Set the zoom position indication to ON or
OFF.
– C U F E
COLOR TEMP ON
OFF
Set the color temperature indication to ON
or OFF.
– C U F E
:
–50
ON
OFF
– C U F E
Set the height of the USER BOX.
– C U F E 121
USER BOX H
POS
Set the AWB PRE/A/B indication to ON or
OFF.
– C U F E
DATE/TIME
ZOOM LVL
:
1
ON
OFF
– C U F E
CAMERA ID
ID POSITION
– C U F E 100
USER BOX
HEIGHT
Set the filter No. indication to ON or OFF.
– C U F E
GAIN
– C U F E
USER BOX
WIDTH
ON
OFF
– C U F E
8-4-3 USER BOX
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Set the shutter speed indication to ON or
OFF.
– C U F E
WHITE
Set the frame marker.
Only enabled when REC MODE is set to
16:9.
The VISTA ratio is 16:8.65.
Set the frame marker to ON or OFF.
:
ON
OFF
– C U F E
FILTER
IRIS
FRAME MARK ON
– C U F E OFF
0
Set the extender indication to ON or OFF.
– C U F E
:
– C U F E 100%
FRAME SIG
4:3
13:9
14:9
– C U F E VISTA
ON
OFF
– C U F E
:
90%
Remarks
Set the horizontal position of the USER
BOX.
CAMERA
MODE
ON
OFF
Set the camera operation mode indication to
ON or OFF.
– C U F E
:
– C U F E +50
USER BOX V
POS
–121
:
+000
:
– C U F E +121
110
Set the vertical position of the USER BOX.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-4-5 VF INDICATOR2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
P2CARD
REMAIN
TOTAL
ONE-CARD
OFF
Select the indication mode for the P2 card’s
remaining capacity.
TOTAL: Display the total remaining capacity
of all P2 cards in slots.
ONE-CARD:
Display the remaining capacity of the
P2 card currently used for recording.
OFF: Disable the remaining capacity
indication.
ON
OFF
Set the battery voltage indication to ON or
OFF.
– C U F E
BATTERY
Remarks
REC STATUS
ON
OFF
Set the audio lever meter indication to ON or
OFF.
TCG
TCR
TCG/TCR
OFF
Select the time code to display.
TCG: Display the time code generator
value in E-E mode.
TCR: Display the time code reader value in
V-V mode.
TCG/TCR:
Display the time code generator
value in E-E mode, and the time
code reader value in V-V mode.
OFF: Disable the time code display.
ON
OFF
– C U F –
PROXY REC
– C U F E
AUDIO LVL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ON
OFF
– C U F E
TC
– C U F E
SYSTEM INFO ALWAYS
NORMAL
OFF
– C U F E
SAVE LED
P2CARD
SAVE
– C U F E
DV
ON
OFF
– C U F E
VOICEMEMO
– C U F E
ON
OFF
Select the method of displaying system
information and warnings.
ALWAYS:
Always display warnings.
NORMAL:
Display warnings for 3 seconds only
when problems occur.
OFF: Display no warnings other than “TURN
POWER OFF” and “SYSTEM
ERROR”.
Set the SAVE lamp function.
P2CARD:
The lamp blinks in synch with the
warning message when the P2
card’s remaining recording capacity
is getting low.
SAVE: The lamp lights up when the SAVE
ON/OFF switch is set to ON and the
output system assigned in [8-2-2
OPTION MODE 1] is in the save
mode.
DV Select whether or not to enable DV
indication when the format is set to DV.
ON: Enable DV indication.
OFF: Disable DV indication.
– C U F –
Remarks
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 the AJ-SPX800P
is used independently. When a 26-pin
extender, external VTR, or Triax is
connected, settings are subject to the
setting of the menu option REC TALLY in
SYSTEM MODE.
When a video encoder card (AJ-YAX800G,
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.
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8-4-6 MODE CHECK IND
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
STATUS
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the status
indication during MODE CHECK.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the cause
indication screen when the ! LED turns on
during MODE CHECK
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the
FUNCTION indication screen during MODE
CHECK.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the AUDIO
indication screen during MODE CHECK.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to display the status
indication screen after the power is turned
ON.
– C U F E
!LED
– C U F E
FUNCTION
– C U F E
AUDIO
– C U F E
P.ON IND
– C U F E
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
Select whether or not to enable the V
indication during voice memo recording.
ON: Enable V indication.
OFF: Disable V indication.
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8-5 CAM OPERATION
8-4-7 !LED
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
GAIN(0dB)
8-5-1 CAMERA ID
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
GAIN is set to other than 0 dB.
ID1
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
GAIN is set to other than -3 dB.
ID2
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
DS.GAIN (storage gain) is ON.
ID3
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when the
shutter is set to ON.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when the
WHITE BAL switch is set to PRST.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when the
lens is in EXTENDER mode.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
BLACK STRETCH is used.
– C U F E
GAIN (-3dB)
Setting 3 for the CAMERA ID recorded on
color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed
for this setting.
– C U F –
– C U F E
WHITE
PRESET
Setting 2 for the CAMERA ID recorded on
color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed
for this setting.
– C U F –
– C U F E
SHUTTER
Remarks
Setting 1 for the CAMERA ID recorded on
color bars. Up to 10 characters are allowed
for this setting.
– C U F –
– C U F E
DS.GAIN
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
<Note>
This setting is canceled when READ FACTORY DATA is
selected.
– C U F E
EXTENDER
8-5-2 SHUTTER SPEED
– C U F E
BLACK STR
– C U F E
MATRIX
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
MATRIX is set to ON.
COLOR
ON
CORRECTION OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
COLOR CORRECTION is set to ON.
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate when
SUPER V is set to ON.
OFF
W/O 50M
W/O 25M
W/O DV
Select whether or not to illuminate according
to the recording mode.
OFF: Does not illuminate in any recording
mode.
W/O 50M:
Illuminate except in DVCPRO50 mode.
W/O 25M:
llluminate except in DVCPRO mode.
W/O DV:
Illuminate except in DV mode.
Select whether or not to illuminate when
auto-tracking white balance is allocated to
the WHITE BAL switch B.
– C U F E
ATW
ON
OFF
– C U F E
D.ZOOM
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to illuminate during
digital zoom operation.
POSITION2
ON
OFF
Allocate SUPER V as a shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION1 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION2 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION3 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION4 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION5 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
ON
OFF
Allocate the shutter speed set by
POSITION6 SELECT in the <SHUTTER
SELECT> screen as the shutter speed
selectable by the shutter switch.
– C U F E
POSITION3
– C U F E
POSITION4
– C U F E
POSITION5
– C U F E
POSITION6
– C U F E
<Note>
If both GAIN (0 dB) and GAIN (–3 dB) are set to ON, the LED
illuminates except when GAIN is adjusted to 0 dB and –3 dB.
112
Allocate SYNCHRO SCAN as a shutter
speed selectable by the shutter switch.
– C U F E
– C U F E
50M/25M/DV
ON
OFF
– C U F E
Select whether or not to illuminate the lamp
when filter1 (3200K) is not 3200K.
– C U F E
Remarks
– C U F E
POSITION1
– C U F E
SUPER V
SYNCHRO
SCAN
SUPER V
– C U F E
FILTER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– C U F E
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-5-3 SHUTTER SELECT
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
SUPER V
MODE
8-5-4 USER SW
Remarks
FRM1
FRM2
Select the SUPER V switching mode.
FRM1: Normal mode.
FRM2: After-image reduction mode.
<Note>
The SUPER V mode increases vertical
resolution by directly outputting the photodiode vertical signal from the CCD. FRM1
sets the accumulation level to 1/30th
second. FRM sets the level to 1/60th
second, reducing sensitivity by half.
POSITION1
SEL
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION1.
POSITION2
SEL
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION2.
POSITION3
SEL
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION3.
POSITION4
SEL
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION4.
POSITION5
SEL
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION5.
POSITION6
SEL
Select the shutter speed to be allocated to
POSITION6.
– C U F E
1/100
1/120
1/250
1/500
1/1000
– C U F E 1/2000
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Remarks
USER MAIN SW INH
S.GAIN
DS.GAIN
S.IRIS
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.STR
D.ZOOM
ATW
Y GET
NEWS-G.
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
– C U F E SLOT SEL
Allocate the USER MAIN button.
USER1 SW
INH
S.GAIN
DS.GAIN
S.IRIS
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.STR
D.ZOOM
ATW
Y GET
NEWS-G.
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
– C U F E SLOT SEL
Allocate the USER1 button.
USER2 SW
Allocate the USER2 button.
INH
S.GAIN
DS.GAIN
S.IRIS
I.OVR
S.BLK
B.STR
D.ZOOM
ATW
Y GET
NEWS-G.
AUDIO CH1
AUDIO CH2
REC SW
RET SW
– C U F E SLOT SEL
8
<Note>
For each function of the USER switches, refer to [4-9-4
Assigning Functions to USER MAIN, USER1 and USER2
Buttons].
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-5-5 SW MODE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
RET SW
REC
CHECK
CAM RET
– C U F E
S.BLK LVL
8-5-6 WHITE BALANCE MODE
Remarks
Select the RET switch function.
REC CHECK:
Perform REC REVIEW.
CAM RET:
Perform return signal output.
OFF
–10
–20
– C U F E –30
Set the super black level.
AUTO KNEE
SW
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to use the AUTO
KNEE switch.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable the
automatic black shading adjustment if the
ABB switch has been pressed for 5 seconds
or more.
– C U F E
COLOR BARS SMPTE
FULL
BARS
SPLIT
ARIB
– C U F E
S.GAIN OFF
L/M/H
DS.GAIN
– C U F E
ECU DATA
SAVE
ON
OFF
– C U F –
ECU REC CHK R.REVIEW
SW
PLAY
– C U F E
ON
OFF
– C U F E
Select the color bars to use.
SMPTE:
Use the SMPTE color bars.
FULL BARS: Use full color bars.
SPLIT:
Use SPLIT color bars.
ARIB:
Use ARIB multi-format color
bars.
Select when the SUPER GAIN mode is
disabled.
L/M/H: Disabled when the gain selector
switch is operated.
S.GAIN: Disabled only with the S.GAIN switch
(USER button).
Select when the DIGITAL SUPER GAIN
mode (stored gain) is disabled.
L/M/H:
Disabled when the gain selector
switch is operated.
DS.GAIN: Disabled only with the DS.GAIN
switch (USER button).
ON: Store the values set and adjusted with
the ECU when the ECU is
disconnected from the camerarecorder.
OFF: Does not store camera-related set
values.
Select the camera-recorder operation to be
performed when the ECU REC CHECK
button is pressed.
R.REVIEW: Perform REC REVIEW.
PLAY:
Play back the most-recently
recorded clip from the beginning.
Remarks
Select whether or not to retain white balance
memory (A/B) data for individual filters.
ON: Retain data in the A/B memory (2
memory areas) regardless of the
filters.
OFF: Retain data for individual filters.
OFF
FAST
NORMAL
SLOW1
SLOW2
– C U F E SLOW3
Set SHOCKLESS AWB to ON (FAST/
NORMAL/SLOW1-3) or OFF.
SHOCKLESS AWB eliminates the shock
caused by switching the WHITE BAL
switch’s PRST/A/B setting. The switching
time can also be selected.
AWB AREA
25%
50%
90%
Switch the AWB detection area.
25%: Detect 25% of area around the screen
center.
50%: Detect 50% of area around the screen
center.
90%: Detect 90% of area in the full screen.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to reset the GAIN and
PED values in the ROP menu when AWB
and ABB are executed.
ON: Do not reset.
OFF: Reset values.
– C U F E
AWB & ABB
OFFSET
– C U F E
L/M/H
S.GAIN
– C U F E
DS.GAIN OFF
FILTER INH
SHOCKLESS
AWB
S C U F E
SHD,ABB SW
CTL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
COLOR TEMP 3200K
:
PRE
5600K
– C U F E
Set the AWB PRE color temperature.
AWB A
Select the function to be allocated to WHITE
BAL switch A.
MEM: Function to store values set by
executing the auto white balance.
VAR: Function to apply color temperature
set by COLOR TEMP A.
MEM
VAR
– C U F E
COLOR TEMP 3200K
:
A
5600K
– C U F E
Set the color temperature when VAR is
selected under AWB A.
AWB B
Select the function to be allocated to WHITE
BAL switch B.
MEM: Function to store values set by
executing auto white balance.
ATW: Function to execute auto-tracking
white balance.
VAR: Function to apply color temperature
set by COLOR TEMP B.
MEM
ATW
VAR
– C U F E
COLOR TEMP 3200K
:
B
5600K
– C U F E
Set the color temperature when VAR is
selected under AWB B.
ATW SPEED
Select the control speed for the autotracking white balance.
NORMAL
SLOW
– C U F E FAST
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-5-7 USER SW GAIN
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
S.GAIN
30 dB
_
•
– C U F E
36 dB
_
•
– C U F E
42 dB
_
•
– C U F E
48 dB
20 dB
(1/6)
– C U F E
A.IRIS LEVEL
Select whether or not to enable 36dB for
SUPER GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
A.IRIS PEAK/
AVE
Select whether or not to enable 42dB for
SUPER GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
_
•
Select whether or not to enable 6 dB (1/30)
for DS.GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
000
Remarks
Set the target value for auto iris.
:
050
:
– C U F E 100
000
:
040
:
100
– C U F E
A.IRIS MODE
S.IRIS LEVEL
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.
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.
000
Set the target value for the super iris.
– C U F E
:
080
8
:
– C U F E 100
_
•
Select whether or not to enable 12 dB (1/15)
for DS.GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
_
•
Select whether or not to enable 20 dB (1/6)
for DS.GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
– C U F E
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Select whether or not to enable 30dB for
SUPER GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
Select whether or not to enable 48dB for
SUPER GAIN.
_: Enable.
• : Disable.
– C U F E
12 dB
(1/15)
Remarks
_
•
– C U F E
DS.GAIN
6 dB
(1/30)
8-5-8 IRIS
IRIS GAIN
CAM
LENS
Select which unit controls IRIS GAIN.
<Note>
Lenses with an extender, such asC2, C0.8
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
Set the adjustable value for IRIS GAIN. This
setting is effective when CAM is selected for
IRIS GAIN.
– C U F E
IRIS GAIN
VALUE
:
08
:
– C U F E 20
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-6 MAIN OPERATION
8-6-1 BATTERY/P2CARD
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
BATTERY
SELECT
Remarks
PRO14
TRIM14
HYTRN50
HYTRN100
HYTRN120
DIONIC90
DIONIC160
HP-90L
BP-H120
NP-L50
ENDURA50
ENDURA80
BP-L60/90
NiCd14
NiCd13
NiCd12
TYPE A
– C U F – TYPE B
Select the battery to use. Remaining
capacity detection is also performed
according to the selected battery.
The selectable battery types change
depending on the settings under [8-6-2
BATTERY SETTING1] and [8-6-3 BATTERY
SETTING2].
EXT DC IN
SELECT
AC_ADPT
PRO14
TRIM14
HYTRN50
HYTRN100
HYTRN120
DIONIC90
DIONIC160
HP-90L
BP-H120
NP-L50
ENDURA50
ENDURA80
BP-L60/90
NiCd14
NiCd13
NiCd12
TYPE A
– C U F – 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 selectable battery types change
depending on the settings under [8-6-2
BATTERY SETTING1] and [8-6-3 BATTERY
SETTING2].
<Note>
The % display is disabled even when a
digital battery is connected to the DC IN
connector.
BATT NEAR
END ALARM
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep for BATT NEAR END ALARM.
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 for BATT END ALARM.
– C U F –
BATT END
ALARM
– C U F –
116
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep for P2 CARD NEAR END ALARM.
3min
2min
Set the remaining time to indicate the P2
CARD NEAR END TIME alarm.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to set the alarm to
beep for P2 CARD END ALARM.
– C U F –
CARD NEAR
END TIME
– C U F –
– C U F –
CARD REMAIN/ 5min/„
„
3min/„
– C U F –
– C U F –
BATT REMAIN 100%
FULL
70%
CARD NEAR
END ALARM
CARD END
ALARM
– C U F –
BATT NEAR
END CANCEL
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Set the display content of the remaining
battery capacity indicator bars in the display
window when using a digital battery.
100%: Indicate FULL at 100% capacity.
70%: Indicate FULL at 70% capacity.
Set the length of time for one segment („) of
the P2 card’s remaining capacity indicator
bars.
5min/„:One segment represents 5 minutes.
3min/„:One segment represents 3 minutes.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-6-2 BATTERY SETTING1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
PRO14
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.7
:
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 above
menu, set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V
steps.
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.6
:
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.
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.1
:
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.
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.2
:
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.
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.1
:
– C U F – 15.0
11.0
:
13.6
:
DIONIC160
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.3
:
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.
HP-90L
_
•
8
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
12.4
:
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.
BP-H120
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
11.5
:
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 – 15.0
– C U F – 15.0
HYTRON120
AUTO
MANUAL
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 – 15.0
– C U F – 15.0
HYTRON100
_
•
– C U F – 15.0
– C U F – 15.0
HYTRON50
DIONIC90
Remarks
– C U F – 15.0
– C U F – 15.0
TRIM14
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
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.
NP-L50
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.0
:
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 – 15.0
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-6-3 BATTERY SETTING2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ENDURA50
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.1
:
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.
– C U F – 15.0
ENDURA80
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
13.5
:
_
•
AUTO
MANUAL
11.0
:
11.2
:
NiCd14
_
•
NEAR END 11.0
Remarks
Enable selection under BATTERY SELECT.
_:Enable selection.
• :Disable selection.
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
13.6
:
END
15.0
11.0
:
13.2
When MANUAL is selected in the menu
above, set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
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 – 15.0
BP-L60/90
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– C U F – 15.0
NiCd13
_
•
NEAR END 11.0
Enable selection under BATTERY SELECT.
_:Enable selection.
• :Disable selection.
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
12.7
:
END
15.0
11.0
:
12.2
When MANUAL is selected in the menu
above, set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
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 – 15.0
NiCd12
_
•
NEAR END 11.0
:
11.5
:
END
The remaining battery capacity for digital batteries is displayed
as % inside the viewfinder (PRO14/TRIM14/HYTRON50/
HYTRON100/HYTRON120/DIONIC90/DIONIC160/NP-L50/
ENDURA50/ENDURA80).
The BATT NEAR END alarm, however, is triggered according to
the setting on the <BATTERY SETTING1> screen, regardless of
the % indication.
15.0
11.0
:
11.2
– C U F – 15.0
<Note>
Enable selection under BATTERY SELECT.
_:Enable selection.
• :Disable selection.
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
When MANUAL is selected in the menu
above, set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
– C U F – 15.0
TYPE A
_
•
FULL
12.0
:
15.0
Enable selection under BATTERY SELECT.
_:Enable selection.
• :Disable selection.
Set the voltage to display the FULL
indication in 0.1 V steps.
:
17.0
NEAR END 11.0
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
13.6
:
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
END
15.0
11.0
:
13.2
When MANUAL is selected in the menu
above, set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
– C U F – 15.0
TYPE B
_
•
FULL
12.0
:
13.5
Enable selection under BATTERY SELECT.
_:Enable selection.
• :Disable selection.
Set the voltage to display the FULL
indication in 0.1 V steps.
:
17.0
NEAR END 11.0
Set the NEAR END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
:
11.8
:
END
15.0
11.0
:
11.1
:
– C U F – 15.0
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When MANUAL is selected in the menu
above, set the END voltage in 0.1 V steps.
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8-6-4 MIC/AUDIO1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FRONT VR CH1 FRONT
W.L.
REAR
ALL
OFF
– C U F –
FRONT VR CH2 FRONT
W.L.
REAR
ALL
OFF
– C U F –
MIC LOWCUT
CH1
FRONT
REAR
W.L.
– C U F – OFF
MIC LOWCUT
CH2
Remarks
Select whether or not to enable the FRONT
AUDIO LEVEL control for the signal selected
as the input signal to AUDIO CH1.
FRONT: Only enabled when FRONT is
selected.
W.L.: Only enabled when WIRELESS is
selected.
REAR:Only enabled when REAR is
selected.
ALL: Enabled for any input selected.
OFF: Disabled for any input selected.
Recording level does not change by
turning the volume control.
Select whether or not to enable the FRONT
AUDIO LEVEL control for the signal selected
as an input signal to AUDIO CH2.
FRONT: Only enabled when FRONT is
selected.
W.L.: Only enabled when WIRELESS is
selected.
REAR:Only enabled when REAR is
selected.
ALL: Enabled for any input selected.
OFF: Disabled for any input selected.
Recording level does not change by
turning the volume control.
Select the microphone low-cut filter.
Select the microphone low-cut filter.
MIC LOWCUT
CH3
FRONT
REAR
W.L.
– C U F – OFF
Select the microphone low-cut filter.
MIC LOWCUT
CH4
FRONT
REAR
W.L.
– C U F – OFF
Select the microphone low-cut filter.
LIMITER CH1
ON
OFF
Select the limiter.
ON
OFF
Select the limiter.
ON
OFF
Select the level setting method.
ON
OFF
Select the level setting method.
Select the test signal.
NORMAL: Output test tones to CH1/2 when
the OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE
selector switch is set to BARS and
the AUDIO IN switch CH1 is set to
FRONT.
ALWAYS: Output test tones to CH1/2 when
OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector
switch is set to BARS.
OFF:
Disable test tone output.
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.
8-6-5 MIC/AUDIO2
SW
CH1/2
Select the signals to be recorded in CH3
and CH4.
SW: According to camera’s CH3 and CH4
selector switches.
CH1/2: Record same signals as CH1 and
CH2.
FRONT MIC
POWER
Remarks
ON
OFF
Select the phantom power supply for the
front microphone.
ON
OFF
Select the phantom power supply for the
rear microphone.
ON
OFF
Set the audio output circuit.
OFF: Power-down output circuit to disable
output.
ON: Enable output.
STEREO
MIX
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.
REAR MIC
POWER
– C U F –
MONITOR
SELECT
– C U F –
FRONT MIC
LEVEL
– C U F –
– C U F –
REAR MIC CH2 –50dB
LVL
–60dB
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
Select the rear microphone input level.
– C U F –
REAR LINE IN 0dB
LVL
+4dB
– C U F –
– C U F –
NORMAL
ALWAYS
OFF
CHSEL
– C U F –
– C U F –
REC
CH3/CH4
Select the audio channels to be recorded in
the DVCPRO and DV formats.
2CH: Only recorded in CH1 and CH2.
4CH: Recorded in all channels from CH1 to
CH4.
– C U F –
AUDIO OUT
– C U F –
AUTO LEVEL
CH4
2CH
4CH
– C U F –
TEST TONE
Remarks
– C U F –
– C U F –
AUTO LEVEL
CH3
25M REC CH
SEL
Adjustable
Items/
Data Saved
Range
FRONT
REAR
W.L.
– C U F – OFF
LIMITER CH2
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
Select the rear line input level.
– C U F –
AUDIO OUT LVL 0dB
+4dB
Select the audio output level.
– C U F –
HEADROOM
18dB
– C U F – 20dB
Set the headroom (standard level).
WIRELESS
WARN
Select whether or not to enable the alarm to
trigger for poor wireless receiver reception.
ON
OFF
– C U F –
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8-6-6 TC/UB
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
TC MODE
DF
NDF
Set the time code mode.
DF:
Drop frame.
NDF: Non drop frame.
<Note>
Regardless of the setting of this option, the
AJ-SPX800P always operates in non-dropframe for 24P and 24PA modes.
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: When “CAM” or “VIDEO” is selected
in the menu option REC SIGNAL in
the SYSTEM MODE screen, user’s
bit input to the TC IN connector is the
reference.
When “1394” is selected, user’s bit
input to the DVCPRO/DV connector
is the reference.
If reading fails, USER value is
retained.
TCG: TCG value enters UB.
FRM RATE:
Select same camera shoting
information (frame rate, etc.) with the
VAUX UB (VITC UB).
REGEN:Read out value stored in the card
and record value continuously.
– C U F –
UB MODE
– C U F –
VITC UB MODE USER/EXT
TIME
DATE
TCG
FRM RATE
REGEN
– C U F –
TCG SET HOLD ON
OFF
– C U F –
120
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 same camera shoting
information (frame rate, etc.) with the
VAUX UB (VITC UB).
REGEN:Read out value stored in card and
record value continuously.
<Note>
The AJ-SPX800P always operates in FRM
RATE for 24P and 24PA modes. For more
information, refer to the 24P VITC UB items.
The menu option 24P VITC UB is found in
the OPTION screen on the OPTION MENU
page.
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.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FIRST REC TC REGEN
PRESET
– C U F –
P.OFF LCD
DISPLAY
Select whether or not to display the time
code setting and counter indication on the
LCD monitor when the power is turned OFF.
ON: Display setting and indication while the
power is turned OFF.
OFF: Power-down LCD monitor while
camera power is turned OFF. Setting
and indication disabled.
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:
Display time code generator value in
E-E mode, and time code reader value
in V-V mode.
30F
24F
Select the display format for the time code
frame digits.
30F: Display time code frame digits in 30
frames.
24F: Convert time code frame digits into 24
frames for display.
– C U F –
TC DISP SEL
– C U F –
For the first recording after the power is
turned on, a P2 card is inserted and then
switching from this P2 card to another
recording-target P2 card is performed,
select whether or not to regenerate the time
code as the value on the new P2 card.
REGEN:For clips recorded on the recordingtarget P2 card, regenerate the time
code as the time code of the clip that
has the most recent date and time.
PRESET:
Use the camera-recorder’s internal time
code.
<Notes>
z Set the date and time accurately. For
guidance on setting, see [4-5-2 Setting
the Internal Clock’s Date and Time].
z During operation in either 24P or 24PA
mode, regeneration of the value of the
card recorded in drop-frame is not
permitted.
ON
OFF
– C U F –
TC OUT
Remarks
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-7 FILE
8-6-7 UMID SET/INFO
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
COUNTRY
NO-INFO
8-7-1 SD CARD READ/WRITE
Remarks
Input the user’s country. NO-INFO is
displayed until the input completes.
– C U F –
ORGANIZATION NO-INFO
– C U F –
USER
NO-INFO
Input the user’s organisation 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.
– – – – –
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
R.SELECT
1
:
– – – F – 8
READ
Remarks
Select the file number to read out.
Read out the data from the SD memory
card.
– – – – –
W.SELECT
1
:
– – – F – 8
WRITE
Select the file number to write in.
Write the camera-recorder’s menu data to
the SD memory card.
– – – – –
CARD CONFIG
Format the SD memory card.
<Note>
– – – – –
Please refer to [4-5-6 Setting UMID Information] for the UMID
information setting.
TITLE READ
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
TITLE1-8:
Read out the title of the data recorded on the
SD memory card.
– – – – –
Up to 8 letters can be set for the title name.
– – – – –
8-7-2 SD CARD R/W SELECT
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ID READ/
WRITE
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the
CAMERA ID when reading out or writing to
the SD memory card.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to include the FILE
MENU settings when reading out or writing
to the SD memory card.
– – – F –
USER MENU
SELECT R/W
– – – F –
SYSTEM MENU ON
OFF
R/W
– – – F –
PAINT MENU
LEVEL R/W
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.
ON
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.
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.
– – – F –
VF MENU
R/W
– – – F –
CAM OPE
MENU R/W
– – – F –
MAIN OPE
MENU R/W
– – – F –
MAINTE MENU ON
R/W
OFF
– – – F –
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the SYSTEM SETTING page
when reading out or writing to the SD
memory card.
ON
OFF
– – – F –
PAINT MENU
SW(„) R/W
Remarks
Select whether or not to include the set
values on the MAINTENANCE page when
reading out or writing to the SD memory
card.
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8-8 MAINTENANCE
8-7-3 LENS FILE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
FILE NO.
1
:
– – – – – 8
READ
8-8-1 SYSTEM CHECK
Remarks
Select the lens file number.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
COLOR CHECK ON
OFF
Read the lens file data.
– – – – –
– – – – –
WRITE
Remarks
ON/OFF switching for checking proper
operation of the camera-recorder.
Displays the center Y and RGB levels on the
viewfinder to indicate whether the signals
have been properly processed and
transmitted from the optical system to the
digital system.
Write the lens file data.
– – – – –
TITLE1-8
Up to 12 letters can be set for the title name.
– – – – –
8-8-2 LENS ADJ
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
F2.8 ADJ
8-7-4 SCENE
ON
OFF
The iris is only set to F2.8 when this item set
to ON.
ON
OFF
The iris is only set to F16 when this item set
to ON.
– – – – –
F16 ADJ
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
READ USER
DATA
Remarks
Remarks
– – – – –
Read out the data from the user area in the
memory.
– – – – –
SCENE SEL
1
:
– – – – – 4
Select the scene file.
READ
Read the scene file.
8-8-3 BLACK SHADING
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CORRECT
– – – – –
WRITE
Write the scene file.
RESET
Reset the scene file values to the initial
values.
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switching for digital black shading
compensation.
–
Execute digital black shading compensation.
– C U F E
DETECTION
(DIG)
– – – – –
Remarks
– – – – –
– – – – –
TITLE 1-3
Create the scene file title.
8-8-4 WHITE SHADING
– – – – –
TITLE 4
FILMLIKE
– – – – –
Create the scene file title. The title, including
the data, is set to FILMLIKE, both as the
initial value and after resetting.
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CORRECT
Remarks
ON
OFF
ON/OFF switching for white shading
compensation.
–
Execute white shading compensation.
– C U F E
DETECTION
(V SAW)
8-7-5 INITIALIZE
– – – – –
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
READ
FACTORY DATA
Remarks
– – – – –
The menu (USER MENU, MAIN MENU,
OPTION MENU) values are all reset to
factory settings.
WRITE USER
DATA
Save the user preference menu data in the
camera’s internal memory.
– – – – –
RESET LENS
FILES
– – – – –
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Reset the lens file data to the factory
settings.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-8-5 DIAGNOSTIC1
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
CAMSOFT(IN)
8-8-6 DIAGNOSTIC2
Remarks
Display the software version for the
microprocessor-controlled flash.
SYSCON SOFT
Display the software version for the external
flash.
LCD SOFT
Display the table version.
P2CS OS
Display the character font version.
P2CS AP
Display the program version for the FPGA
(Field Programmable Gate Array) that
processes camera block signals.
MSC FPGA
– – – – –
CAMSOFT
(OUT)
Display the program version for the FPGA
that processes camera block signals.
Display the program version for the FPGA
that processes camera block signals.
Display the program version for the FPGA
that processes recording / playback signals.
Display the program version for the serial
interface FPGA.
– – – – –
DIF FPGA
Display the program version for the FPGA
that processes the CCD scanning.
Display the program version for the
streaming control FPGA.
– – – – –
SIF FPGA
– – – – –
PULSE FPGA
Display the application version for the
streaming controller.
– – – – –
FLT FPGA
– – – – –
CAM SYS
FPGA
Display the OS version for the streaming
controller.
– – – – –
– – – – –
CAM DSP
FPGA2
Display the software version for the LCD
microprocessor.
– – – – –
– – – – –
CAM DSP
FPGA1
Display the software version for the system
control microprocessor.
– – – – –
– – – – –
FONT ROM
Remarks
– – – – –
– – – – –
CAM TABLE
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
– – – – –
Display program version for the IEEE1394
interface FPGA.
(when AJ-YAD800G is attached).
– – – – –
8-8-7 HOURS METER
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
OPERATION
Remarks
Display total hours the camera power has
been turned ON.
– – – – –
LCD
BACKLIGHT
Display total hours the LCD monitor
backlight power has been turned ON.
– – – – –
P.ON TIMES
Display total number of times the power
switch has been turned ON.
– – – – –
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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8-9 OPTION MENU
8-9-1 OPTION
Items/
Adjustable
Data Saved
Range
ENG
SECURITY
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to prohibit opening the
menu screen.
ON: Menu screen cannot be opened.
Please consult your nearest service
center to release the setting.
OFF: Menu screen can be opened.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to enable the 1/2
shutter when the shutter is set to OFF while
operating in the progressive mode.
ON: Enable 1/2 shutter.
OFF: Disable 1/2 shutter.
ON
OFF
Select whether or not to inhibit mixing the ID
in the camera image.
ON: Inhibit mixing. ID is not mixed in the
camera image.
OFF: Do not inhibit. Camera ID setting under
VF INDCATOR1 is reflected in the
camera image.
FRM RATE
MENU
Select whether VITC UB is to be used for
other than the frame rate during operation in
either 24P or 24PA mode.
FRM RATE:
Fixed to frame rate.
MENU: Operation according to VITC UB
MODE is allowed.
<Note>
Regardless of the setting of this option, the
AJ-SPX800P always operates according to
the VITC UB MODE setting when not
operated in 24P or 24PA modes. The menu
option VITC UB MODE can be found in the
TC UB screen on the MAIN OPERATION
page.
DELAYED
THROUGH
Select whether or not to delay audio,
headphone and speaker outputs.
DELAYED:
Delay audio output in synchronisation
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 camerarecorder.
– C – – –
P.HALF SHUT
– C – – –
ID MIX INH
– C – – –
24P VITC UB
– C – – –
AUDIO OUT
DELAY
– C – – –
Remarks
<Note>
Menu options for setting 1394 are displayed when an IEEE1394
interface board (AJ-YAD800G, optional) is attached. For more
information, see the AJ-YAD800G instruction manual.
The ____ in the Adjustable Range column indicates the preset
mode.
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