Panasonic AK-HC1500G User guide

Panasonic AK-HC1500G User guide
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AK-HC1500G
Menu Information
Setting of menu items
How to display the menus
Two methods are used to display the menus.
 Using AK-HC1500 multi purpose camera to display the menus:
Hold down the MENU switch on the rear panel of the main unit for at least 3 seconds
to display the TOP menu.
Use the UP/DOWN switch to move the cursor to the target item, and press the
ENTER switch to move to a menu at a lower hierarchical level.
 Using AK-HRP150 camera controller
Press the MENU ON/OFF switch on the AK-HRP150 so that its lamp lights.
The TOP menu now appears.
Move the cursor to the target item, and press the MENU switch to move to a menu at
a lower hierarchical level.
TOP menu
When the VIDEO MENU is selected:
When the FILM MENU is selected:
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[1] BLACK SHADING
DETECTION [READY, ACTIVE]
For automatically correcting the black shading.
CORRECT(DIG) [OFF, ON]
For ON/OFF control of the detection correction.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[2] PEDESTAL, GAMMA
M PEDESTAL [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the black level.
R PEDESTAL [–100 to +100]
For correcting the red in relation to the master
pedestal.
B PEDESTAL [–100 to +100]
For correcting the blue in relation to the master
pedestal.
When the AK-HRP150 has been connected,
M PEDESTAL, R PEDESTAL and
B PEDESTAL operations cannot be performed
using the menu.
M GAMMA
[0.35 to 0.75 (DRS OFF), –10 to +10 (DRS ON)]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics.
R GAMMA
[–15 to +15 (DRS OFF), –10 to +10 (DRS ON)]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics
of the red in relation to the master gamma
characteristics.
B GAMMA
[–15 to +15 (DRS OFF), –10 to +10 (DRS ON)]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics of
the blue in relation to the master gamma
characteristics.
M BLACK GAMMA [–31 to +31]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics in the
vicinity of the black.
R BLACK GAMMA [–15 to +15]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics of the
red in the vicinity of the black in relation to the
master gamma characteristics.
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[2] PEDESTAL, GAMMA
B BLACK GAMMA [–15 to +15]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics of the
blue in the vicinity of the black in relation to the
master gamma characteristics.
GAMMA [OFF, ON]
For turning the gamma correction ON or OFF.
BLACK GAMMA [OFF, ON]
For turning the black gamma correction ON or
OFF.
When ON has been selected as the DRS
setting, the BLACK GAMMA setting does not
take effect.
When the VIDEO MENU is selected:
EFFECT DEPTH [1 to 5]
For selecting the effects of the contrast
adjustment when ON has been set for DRS.
DRS [OFF, ON]
For adjusting the contrast automatically when
this is set to ON.
When the FILM MENU is selected:
CINE GAMMA SELECT
[VIDEO REC, FILM REC]
For selecting either the film-use or video-use
cine gamma characteristics.
BLACK STR. LEVEL [00% to 30%]
For setting the BLACK STRETCH position.
DYNAMIC LEVEL [200% to 500%]
For setting the dynamic range.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[3] FLARE
R FLARE [000 to 100]
G FLARE [000 to 100]
B FLARE [000 to 100]
For adjusting the flare correction.
FLARE [OFF, ON]
For turning the flare correction ON or OFF.
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[4] KNEE, WHITE CLIP
M KNEE POINT
[80.00% to 107.00% (VIDEO MENU)]
[30% to 90% (FILM MENU/VIDEO REC)]
For adjusting the knee point.
R KNEE POINT [–25.00% to +25.00%]
For correcting the knee point of the red in
relation to the master knee point.
B KNEE POINT [–25.00% to +25.00%]
For correcting the knee point of the blue in
relation to the master knee point.
M KNEE SLOPE
[00 to 99 (VIDEO MENU)]
[150% to 600% (FILM MENU)]
For adjusting the knee slope.
R KNEE SLOPE [–99 to +99]
For adjusting the knee slope of the red in
relation to the master knee slope.
B KNEE SLOPE [–99 to +99]
For adjusting the knee slope of the blue in
relation to the master knee slope.
The M KNEE POINT and M KNEE SLOPE
settings do not take effect when a setting other
than MANUAL is selected for KNEE or ON is
selected as the DRS setting when the VIDEO
MENU has been selected or when FILM REC
is selected as the CINE GAMMA SEL setting
when the FILM MENU has been selected.
Similarly, the R/B KNEE POINT and R/B
KNEE SLOPE settings do not take effect when
a setting other than MANUAL is selected for
KNEE or ON is selected as the DRS setting
when the VIDEO MENU has been selected or
when the FILM MENU has been selected.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[4] KNEE, WHITE CLIP
A. KNEE POINT [80.00% to 107.00%]
For setting the auto knee break point position.
This setting does not take effect when a setting
other than AUTO is selected for KNEE or
ON is selected as the DRS setting when the
VIDEO MENU has been selected or when the
FILM MENU has been selected.
A. KNEE LEVEL [100% to 109%]
For setting the maximum level of auto knee.
This setting does not take effect when a setting
other than AUTO is selected for KNEE or
ON is selected as the DRS setting when the
VIDEO MENU has been selected or when the
FILM MENU has been selected.
M WHITE CLIP LVL [90% to 109%]
For setting the white clip level.
R WHITE CLIP LVL [–15% to +15%]
For correcting the amount of red for the
M WHITE CLIP LVL.
B WHITE CLIP LVL [–15% to +15%]
For correcting the amount of blue for the
M WHITE CLIP LVL.
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[4] KNEE, WHITE CLIP
KNEE [OFF, MANUAL, AUTO]
For selecting the knee operation mode.
This setting does not take effect when FILM
REC is selected.
WHITE CLIP [OFF, ON]
For tuning white clip ON or OFF.
HIGH COLOR [OFF, ON]
For improving the color reproducibility of the
high-brightness areas when it is set to ON.
This setting does not take effect when a setting
other than MANUAL is selected for KNEE or
ON is selected as the DRS setting when the
VIDEO MENU has been selected or when the
FILM MENU has been selected.
[5] R/B GAIN
R GAIN [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the gain of the red.
B GAIN [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the gain of the blue.
ND FILTER [CLEAR, 1/4, 1/16, 1/64]
For selecting the ND filter setting.
When the AK-HRP150 has been connected,
the items on this page cannot be operated
using the menu.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[6] DETAIL
DETAIL [OFF, ON]
For turning all the detail functions ON or OFF.
TOTAL DTL LEVEL [–31 to +31]
For setting the H DTL and V DTL levels.
H DTL LEVEL [0 to 63]
For setting the H DTL level.
CRISP [0 to 31]
For setting the noise elimination level of the
detail signals.
LEVEL DEPENDENT [0 to 15]
For removing the detail in the dark areas.
PEAK FREQUENCY [00 to 31]
For setting the H DTL peak frequency.
KNEE APERTURE [OFF, ON]
For turning the emphasizing of the outlines for
the high-brightness areas ON or OFF.
KNEE APE LEVEL [0 to 5]
For adjusting the knee aperture level.
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[6] DETAIL
SLIM DETAIL [OFF, ON]
For setting the detail more finely at ON.
DETAIL(+) [–31 to +31]
For adjusting the detail gain in the + direction.
DETAIL(–) [–31 to +31]
For adjusting the detail gain in the – direction.
DETAIL CLIP [0 to +63]
For minimizing the glare caused by adding
too much detail as a result of a detail clip
adjustment.
DETAIL SOURCE
[(G+R)/2, (G+B)/2, (2G+B+R)/4, (3G+B)/4,
R, G]
For setting the ratio of the RGB signal
components which create the detail.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[7] SKIN TONE DETAIL
SKIN TONE DTL [OFF, ON]
For turning the SKIN TONE DTL ON or OFF.
SKIN GET [OFF, ON]
When ON is selected, the box cursor is output
to the screen center. When the image of the
subject’s skin is placed inside the box cursor
and the ENTER operation is performed,
I CENTER and Q PHASE are set automatically.
SKIN DTL CORING [0 to 7]
For setting the SKIN TONE DTL coring
amount.
Y MAX [0 to 255]
For setting the upper limit of the brightness in
the skin tone specification area.
Y MIN [0 to 255]
For setting the lower limit of the brightness in
the skin tone specification area.
I CENTER [0 to 255]
For setting the phase of the I axis in the skin
tone specification area.
I WIDTH [0 to 255]
For setting the phase width of the I axis in the
skin tone specification area.
Q WIDTH [0 to 255]
For setting the phase range of the Q axis in
the skin tone specification area.
Q PHASE [–128 to +127]
For setting the phase of the Q axis in the skin
tone specification area.
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[8] GAIN, AUTO IRIS
LOW GAIN [–6 dB to 30 dB]
MID GAIN [–6 dB to 30 dB]
HIGH GAIN [–6 dB to 30 dB]
For setting the amount by which the gain is to
be increased when LOW, MID or HIGH has
been selected by GAIN SELECT.
A.IRIS LEVEL [0 to 100]
For adjusting the target level (brightness) of
the auto iris.
A.IRIS PEAK/AVE [0 to 100]
For setting the ratio between the auto iris
light-metering peak value and average value.
A.IRIS WINDOW [NORM1, NORM2, CENTR]
For setting the auto iris light-metering area.
NORM1:The light is metered on the entire
screen (except around the edges).
NORM2:The light is metered on the entire
screen (except at the top).
CENTR:The light is metered only in the
area at the screen center.
IRIS MODE [LENS, CAM]
For switching between the iris gain control on
the lens (LENS) and the menu (CAM) to adjust
the focusing speed of the auto iris.
Normally, LENS is selected, and the speed is
adjusted using the iris gain control on the lens.
IRIS GAIN [01 to 10]
For adjusting the iris gain when CAM has been
selected as the IRIS MODE setting.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[9] SUPER GAIN
These settings are performed when S.GAIN1,
S.GAIN2 or S.GAIN3 has been selected by
GAIN SELECT.
MODE [S.GAIN1, S.GAIN2, S.GAIN3]
For selecting the S.GAIN storage table.
TOTAL GAIN [0 dB to 72 dB]
For displaying the total gain for GAIN, PIX MIX,
V MIX and FRAME MIX.
GAIN [0 dB to 36 dB]
For setting the gain increase.
PIX MIX [OFF, +6 dB]
For setting the addition of horizontal pixels ON
or OFF.
V MIX [OFF, +6 dB]
For setting the addition of vertical pixels ON or
OFF.
FRAME MIX [OFF, +6 dB to +24 dB]
For setting the gain increase based on
accumulation in the CCD image sensor.
This setting does not take effect when MENU
SEL is set to FILM MENU and the 720/60p
or 720/59.94p is selected as the FORMAT
setting.
H DETAIL LEVEL [00 to 63]
For setting the H DETAIL level.
CRISP [00 to 31]
For setting the noise elimination level of the
detail signals.
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[9] SUPER GAIN
LEVEL DEPENDENT [0 to 15]
For removing the detail in the dark areas.
The higher the number set, the wider the
range in which the detail is removed.
PEAK FREQUENCY [0 to 31]
For setting the H DTL peak frequency.
M GAMMA
[0.35 to 0.75 (DRS OFF)]
[–10 to +10 (DRS ON)]
For adjusting the gamma characteristics.
M PED OFFSET [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the amount of offset in the
black level.
R PED OFFSET [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the amount of offset in the
R pedestal.
B PED OFFSET [–200 to +200]
For adjusting the amount of offset in the
B pedestal.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[10] FRAME MODE
SCAN REVERSE [OFF, REVERSE1 to 3]
For selecting the video output scanning
method.
OFF:
Normal scanning
REVERSE1: Left/right reversed
REVERSE2: Top/bottom reversed
REVERSE3:Top/bottom and left/right
reversed
FRAME RATE RANGE [60-6, 60-4]
For selecting the range over which the frame
rate can be varied with variable frames.
60-6: 60 to 6 frames per second
60-4: 60 to 4 frames per second
FRAME RATE [60 to 4]
For setting the frame rate.
The FRAME RATE RANGE and FRAME RATE
settings take effect when MENU SEL is set to
FILM MENU and the 720/60p or 720/59.94p is
selected as the FORMAT setting.
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 MAINTENANCE menu
[11] MATRIX
MATRIX TABLE [A, B]
For selecting the table in which the matrix data
is to be stored.
MATRIX R-G [–31 to +31]
MATRIX R-B [–31 to +31]
MATRIX G-R [–31 to +31]
MATRIX G-B [–31 to +31]
MATRIX B-R [–31 to +31]
MATRIX B-G [–31 to +31]
For adjusting the color tone of each color
phase.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 MAINTENANCE menu
[12] COLOR CORRECTION
R
SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Mg SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
B
SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Cy SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
G
SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Yl
SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
R-Mg SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Mg-B SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
B-Cy SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Cy-G SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
G-Yl SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
Yl-R SAT/PHASE [–63 to +63]
For adjusting the color tone of each color
phase.
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 SETTING menu
[1] MODE
D5600K [OFF, ON] :
When the VIDEO MENU is selected
LIGHTING [TUNGSTEN, DAYLIGHT]:
When the FILM MENU is selected
For electrically compensating for a color
temperature of approximately 5,600K.
GAIN SELECT
[LOW, MID, HIGH, S.GAIN1 to 3]
For selecting LOW, MID, HIGH, S.GAIN1,
S.GAIN2 or S.GAIN3 as the gain setting.
CAM ID [OFF, BAR, ON]
For selecting how the camera ID is to be
displayed.
OFF: The camera ID is not displayed.
BAR:The camera ID is displayed only in
the color bar mode.
ON:The camera ID is displayed at all
times.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 SETTING menu
[1] MODE
CAM ID POSI [0 to 3]
For selecting where the camera ID is to be
displayed.
0: top left, 1: top right, 2: bottom left,
3: bottom right
MATRIX TABLE [OFF, A, B]
For selecting OFF, A or B as the matrix setting.
COLOR CORRECTION [OFF, ON]
For turning the color correction function ON or
OFF.
NOTE
When DIGITAL EXTENDER is set to
ON, the resolution is downgraded.
The detail function ceases to work as
well.
DIGITAL EXTENDER [OFF, ON]
For digitally doubling the images when set to
ON.
BAR SEL
[FULL (16:9), FULL (4:3), SMPTE (16:9),
SMPTE (4:3), ARIB]
For selecting the color bars.
Select the 4:3 color bars for down-conversion
at the system side. The color bars and
characters will then be contained within the 4:3
picture angle.
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 SETTING menu
[1] MODE
FORMAT
[720/60p, 59.94p, 50p, 1080/60i, 59.94i, 50i,
1080/30p, 29.97p, 25p, 24p, 23.98p]
For selecting the video output format.
The format is switched when the ENTER
operation is performed.
STATUS [OFF, ON]
For turning the AWB/ABB operation displays
ON or OFF.
The status displays are as follows.
AWB ACTIVE:
While automatic white balance is being
executed.
AWB OK:
When the automatic white balance has
been adjusted satisfactorily.
OUT RANGE RB:
When the automatic white balance has
not been adjusted satisfactorily.
(“RB” denotes the colors which were not
balanced properly.)
HIGH LIGHT NG:
When the lighting is too high.
LOW LIGHT NG:
When the lighting is too low.
ABB ACTIVE:
While automatic black balance is being
executed.
IRIS CONTROL NG:
When the lens is open.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 SETTING menu
[1] MODE
ABB OK:
When the automatic black balance has
been adjusted satisfactorily.
OUT RANGE RGB:
When the automatic black balance has
not been adjusted satisfactorily.
(“RGB” denotes the colors which were
not balanced properly.)
MENU ON BAR [OFF, ON]
For selecting whether the menu is to be
displayed with the color bars.
Switching from ON to OFF or vice versa is not
possible when color bars have been set.
MENU SEL [VIDEO MENU, FILM MENU]
For selecting the menu display.
FAN [OFF, AUTO, ON]
For selecting the operation mode of the
air-cooled fan.
OFF: The fan is always off.
AUTO:The fan is automatically controlled
by the temperature sensor.
ON: The fan is running at all times.
At the FAN OFF setting, ensure that
the product is operated in an ambient
temperature below 86°F (30°C).
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 SETTING menu
[2] SHUTTER
SHUTTER MODE [OFF, ON, SYNCHRO]
For selecting the operation mode of the
shutter.
OFF:
For turning the shutter OFF.
ON:For setting the shutter speed
which was set by SHUTTER
SPEED.
SYNCHRO:For setting the shutter speed
which was set by SYNCHRO
SCAN.
SHUTTER SPEED
[1/100, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000
(VIDEO MENU)]
[180.0 deg, 172.8 deg, 144.0 deg, 120.0 deg,
90.0 deg, 45.0 deg (FILM MENU)]
For setting the shutter speed at the SHUTTER
ON setting.
SYNCHRO SCAN
[60.32 Hz to 150.0 Hz (*1)]
[50.26 Hz to 125.0 Hz (*2)]
[358.1 deg to 144.0 deg (FILM MENU)]
For setting the shutter speed in the synchro
scanning mode.
*1: 6
0p, 60i, 59.94i, 30p or 29.97p format with
VIDEO MENU
*2: 5
0p, 50i, 25p, 24p or 23.98p format with
VIDEO MENU
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 SETTING menu
[3] GEN-LOCK
GEN-LOCK INPUT [BNC, DSUB]
For selecting whether the sync signals are to
be input from the BNC or D-SUB connector.
H PHASE-COARSE
[–40 to +40 (720 mode)]
[–60 to +60 (1080 mode)]
For roughly adjusting the horizontal phase.
H PHASE-FINE [–45 to +45]
For finely adjusting the horizontal phase.
SD  HD PHASE CRS [–4 to +4]
For roughly adjusting the phase of the HD
video signals when SD sync signals have been
input.
SD  HD PHASE FINE [–99 to +99]
For finely adjusting the phase of the HD video
signals when SD sync signals have been input.
[4] PIX DEFECT
AUTO DETECTION
When ACTIVE is selected, automatic defect
compensation processing* is performed, and
when this processing is completed, the status
returns to READY.
* Execute automatic defect compensation
processing after supplying the power to the
camera at the normal temperature for at least
two hours.
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 SETTING menu
[5] PROTOCOL
PROTOCOL [1 to 4]
For selecting the remote control
communication system in accordance with the
system connected.
1:Information camera communication
protocol (EIA422)
For connecting the AK-HRP150
2:Information camera communication
protocol (EIA232)
For connecting a PC
3:Convertible PC control protocol (EIA422)
For connecting the AW-CB400
(baud rate fixed at 9600 bps)
4:Convertible PC control protocol (EIA232)
For connecting the AW-PH400 pan/tilt
head (baud rate fixed at 9600 bps)
The protocol is actually switched after the
power has been turned off and back on.
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Setting of menu items
Setting of menu items
 CAMERA ID menu
An ID of not more than 10 characters
consisting of alphanumerics, symbols and
spaces can be set for the camera.
The camera ID is displayed at all times when
ON is selected in the CAM ID mode but
displayed only when color bar signals are
output in the BAR mode.
The status for setting the ID is established
by moving the cursor above the colon (:) and
selecting it.
Move the cursor to the positions of the
characters to be set, select the characters and
enter them.
Characters which can be entered:
Spaces, upper-case letters (A to Z), numbers
(0 to 9), and symbols (' , >, <, /, -)
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 FILE OPERATION menu
MODE [LOAD/STORE]
Select LOAD when settings are to be loaded
from a file; select STORE when the current
settings are to be saved in a file.
LOAD/STORE FROM
For selecting the LOAD or STORE destination.
PRESET, USER1 or USER2 can be selected
as the LOAD destination when LOAD has
been selected; USER1 or USER2 can be
selected as the STORE destination when
STORE has been selected.
EXECUTE
LOAD or STORE is executed when NO is
switched to YES and the ENTER operation is
performed.
The NO setting is returned to the display after
the data has been loaded or stored.
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Setting of menu items
 TIME CODE menu
TIME CODE is displayed only when FILM
MENU has been set and either the 720/60p or
720/59.94p format has been selected.
RESET
For resetting the time code to zero.
HOUR [00 to 23]
For setting the hour digits of the preset value
for the time code.
MINUTE [00 to 59]
For setting the minute digits of the preset value
for the time code.
SECOND [00 to 59]
For setting the second digits of the preset
value for the time code.
FRAME [00, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50]
For setting the frame digits of the preset value
for the time code.
PRESET
For presetting the time code.
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Setting of menu items
Menu list
Scene file items indicated by “”
MAINTENANCE
1.BLACK SHADING
DETECTION
CORRECT(DIG)
2.PEDESTAL, GAMMA
3.FLARE
4.KNEE, WHITE CLIP
5.R/B GAIN

M PEDESTAL
*1
R PEDESTAL

B PEDESTAL

M GAMMA

R GAMMA

B GAMMA

M BLACK GAMMA

R BLACK GAMMA

B BLACK GAMMA

GAMMA

BLACK GAMMA

EFFECT DEPTH

DRS

CINE GAMMA SEL

BLACK STR.LVL

DYNAMIC LVL

R FLARE

G FLARE

B FLARE

FLARE

M KNEE POINT

R KNEE POINT

B KNEE POINT

M KNEE SLOPE

R KNEE SLOPE

B KNEE SLOPE

A.KNEE POINT

A.KNEE LVL

M WHITE CLIP LVL

R WHITE CLIP LVL

B WHITE CLIP LVL

KNEE

WHITE CLIP

HIGH COLOR

R GAIN

B GAIN
ND FILTER
6.DETAIL


*1
DETAIL

TOTAL DTL LEVEL

H DTL LEVEL

CRISP

LEVEL DEPENDENT

PEAK FREQUENCY

KNEE APERTURE

KNEE APE LVL

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Scene file items indicated by “”
MAINTENANCE
6.DETAIL
7.SKIN TONE DTL
8.GAIN,AUTO IRIS
9.S.GAIN
10.FRAME MODE
11.MATRIX
SLIM DTL

DETAIL(+)

DETAIL(–)

DETAIL CLIP

DETAIL SOURCE

SKIN TONE DTL

SKIN GET

SKIN DTL CORING

Y MAX

Y MIN

I CENTER

I WIDTH

Q WIDTH

Q PHASE

LOW GAIN

MID GAIN

HIGH GAIN

A.IRIS LEVEL

A.IRIS PEAK/AVE

A.IRIS WINDOW

IRIS MODE

IRIS GAIN

MODE

TOTAL GAIN

GAIN

PIX MIX

V MIX

FRAME MIX

H DETAIL LEVEL

CRISP

LEVEL DEPENDENT

PEAK FREQUENCY

M GAMMA

M PED OFFSET

R PED OFFSET

B PED OFFSET

SCAN REVERSE

FRAME RATE RANGE

FRAME RATE

MATRIX TABLE

MATRIX R-G

MATRIX R-B

MATRIX G-R

MATRIX G-B

MATRIX B-R

MATRIX B-G

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Setting of menu items
Scene file items indicated by “”
MAINTENANCE
SETTING
12.COLOR CORRECTION
1.MODE
R SAT/PHASE

Mg SAT/PHASE

B SAT/PHASE

Cy SAT/PHASE

G SAT/PHASE

Yl SAT/PHASE

R_Mg SAT/PHASE

Mg_B SAT/PHASE

B_Cy SAT/PHASE

Cy_G SAT/PHASE

G_Yl SAT/PHASE

Yl_R SAT/PHASE

D5600K

LIGHTING
GAIN SELECT
CAMERA ID

MATRIX TABLE

COLOR CORRECT

DIGITAL EXTENDER

BAR SELECT

FORMAT

STATUS

MENU ON ABB

MENU SEL


SHUTTER MODE
*1
SHUTTER SPEED

SYNCHRO SCAN

GEN-LOCK IN

H.PHASE COARSE

H.PHASE FINE

SDHD PHASE CRS(@SD GL)

SDHD PHASE FINE(@HD GL)

4.PIX DEFECT(AUTO)
AUTO DETECTION

5.PROTOCOL
PROTOCOL

3.GEN-LOCK
CAMERA ID

CAMERA ID POSI
FAN
2.SHUTTER

*1
ID:

Depending on the controller which is connected, some of the controller’s setting may take
precedence even when a scene file has been loaded.
When the AK-HRP150 is being used, the AK-HRP150 panel statuses will take precedence
for those items indicated by *1 on the menu list even when a scene file has been loaded.
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