Panasonic AW-CB400N User guide

Panasonic AW-CB400N User guide
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AW-CB400N
Menu Information
Menu settings
$ Operation method
The GAIN information appears first when the OPERATE
switch is set to ON.
1 Gain setting
The gain of the camera selected by the CAM CONTROL
button is set on this display.
The analog gain-up value appears on the right of the top
line, and the gain information for the lighted GAIN button
is displayed.
The R gain and B gain settings are shown on the bottom
line.
When the R or B GAIN dial is turned, the R or B gain is
incremented or decremented. The value which can be set
differs depending on the camera concerned.
The values corresponding to white balance A and B can
be stored in the memory. When the automatic adjustment
mode (ATW among the ATW, A and B buttons) has been
selected for the white balance, “– – –” appears on the
display, and the gain cannot be set.
When the MENU button is pressed, the display changes in
the sequence shown below, after which the display returns
to the gain setting screen.
Z Gain setting
GAIN
R:
0dB
B:
0
0
;
Z Pedestal setting
PEDESTAL
R:
0
T:
B:
0
0
2 Pedestal setting
The pedestal of the camera selected by the CAM
CONTROL button is set on this display.
The total pedestal setting is shown on the top line, and
the R pedestal and B pedestal settings on the bottom
line.
When the R or B PED dial is turned, the R or B pedestal
is incremented or decremented. The value which can be
set differs depending on the camera concerned.
;
Z DTL setting (when SCENE FILE is set to the USER mode)
DETAIL
H DETAIL
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Z DTL setting (when 1, 2 or 3 is set for SCENE FILE)
3 DTL setting
DETAIL
The horizontal detail and vertical detail of the camera
selected by the CAM CONTROL button is set on these
displays.
When USER is selected for SCENE FILE, any value from
0 to 63 can be set as the H DETAIL and V DETAIL level.
Press the CONT switch to switch between H and V.
When 1, 2 or 3 is set for SCENE FILE, use the CONT dial
to switch between HIGH and LOW.
HIGH
;
Z Camera settings
(Camera setting items)
4 Camera settings
;
The detailed settings of the camera selected by the CAM
CONTROL button are set on these displays.
Turn the CONT dial to select the setting item, and press it
to display the settings on the bottom line. If the CONT
dial is turned while the setting is displayed, the setting
can be changed. Upon completion of the setting, press
the CONT dial to clear the bottom line display, and
another setting item can now be selected.
Z Remote operation panel settings
(ROP settings)
;
Z LCD off
5 Remote operation panel settings
(LCD off)
The controller settings are set on these displays.
Operation is the same as that for “4 Camera settings”.
6 Exiting the setting menu
Press the MENU button to exit the setting menu.
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Menu settings
$ Items which can be selected on the camera setting display
Item
PICTURE LEVEL
Setting
–50 to +50
Initial value
0
LIGHT PEAK/AVG
P50 to A50
0
LIGHT AREA
ALL, CENTER,
TOP CUT
TOP CUT,
BTM CUT, L/R CUT
SHUTTER
1/100, 1/250, 1/500,
OFF
1/1000, 1/2000,
1/4000, 1/10000,
SYN-SCAN, ELC
SYNCHRO SCAN
DIGITAL GAIN
0, 6, 12, 18, 24, 30dB
AGC MAX LEVEL
OFF, 6, 12, 18, 24, 30,
CHARGE TIME
2S, 1S, 1/2S, 1/4S, 1/8S, 1/15S,
0dB
N/Eye L, N/Eye H
OFF
1/30S, OFF, AUTO,
CHROMA LEVEL
–3 to +3
0
ATW SPEED
SLOW2, SLOW1,
MIDDLE
MIDDLE,
FAST1, FAST2
NEGA/POSI
POSI, NEGA
POSI
H PHASE
–206 to +49
0
SC COARSE
0°, 90°, 180°, 270°
0°
SC FINE
–511 to +511
0
COLOR BAR SET
0.0%, 7.5%
7.5%
DETAIL BAND
1 to 5
2
NOISE SUPPRESS
0 to 10
3
LEVEL DEPENDENT
0% to 25%
0%
DARK DETAIL
0 to 5
0
CHROMA DETAIL
0 to 15
0
DTL FLESH TONE
LOW, MID, HIGH
MID
CORNER DETAIL
OFF, ON
OFF
PRECISION DTL
OFF, ON
OFF
MATRIX B_Mg GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX B_Mg PHAS
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Mg GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Mg PHASE
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Mg_R GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Mg_R PHAS
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX R GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX R PHASE
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX R_Yl GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX R_Yl PHAS
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Yl GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Yl PHASE
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Yl_G GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Yl_G PHAS
–127 to +127
0
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Menu settings
Item
Setting
Initial value
MATRIX G GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX G PHASE
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX G_Cy GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX G_Cy PHAS
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Cy GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Cy PHASE
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Cy_B GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX Cy_B PHAS
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX B GAIN
–127 to +127
0
MATRIX B PHASE
–127 to +127
0
GAMMA
0.35 to 0.55
0.45
KNEE POINT
DYNAMIC,
88%
88% to 98%
WHITE CLIP
95% to 110%
110%
FLARE R
0 to 100
0
FLARE G
0 to 100
0
FLARE B
0 to 100
0
BLACK STRETCH
OFF, ON
OFF
CLEAN DNR
OFF, LOW, HIGH
OFF
3D-DNR
OFF, LOW, MID, HIGH
OFF
2D-LPF
OFF, LOW, HIGH
OFF
FIELD/FRAME
FIELD, FRAME
FIELD/FRAME
COMPONENT
R/G/B , Y/Pb/Pr, Y/C
Y/Pb/Pr
DIGITAL EXTENDER
OFF, ON
OFF
ZEBRA INDICATOR
OFF, ON
OFF
ZEBRA LEVEL
70% to 110%
SAFETY ZONE
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, OFF
4
EVF OUTPUT
Y, CVBS
CVBS
❈ Concerning the camera setting items
The functions that can be controlled vary depending on the camera connected.
If a camera does not support a particular function, its setting will not take effect even if that function appears on the menu.
For details on the functions featured by a specific camera, refer to the camera’s instruction manual.
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Menu settings
$ Items which can be selected on the remote operation panel setting display
Item
Setting
Initial value
OPTION A
OPTION B
NOT USE, TELE, WIDE, FAR, NEAR, AF
OPTION C
IR THROUGH, 1/16ND, 1/64ND
NOT USE
OPTION D
BUZZER
OFF, ON
ON
OPTION A - D settings (NOT USE, TELE, WIDE, NEAR, FAR, AF, IR THROUGH, 1/16ND, 1/64ND)
The following functions can be allocated to the OPTION SW [A] to [D] buttons.
NOT USE:
The button’s function is canceled.
TELE, WIDE, NEAR, FAR:
When a convertible camera or AW-E655 camera, into which has been inserted an optional card with the lens
I/F card function, has been directly connected to the ROP, it is possible to control the zooming and focusing
of the motorized lens.
With the TELE setting, the lens is zoomed toward the “TELE” end for as long as the option button is held
down.
With the WIDE setting, the lens is zoomed toward the “WIDE” end for as long as the option button is held
down.
With the NEAR setting, the lens is focused toward the “NEAR” end for as long as the option button is held
down.
With the FAR setting, the lens is focused toward the “FAR” end for as long as the option button is held down.
AF:
When a lens provided with the auto focus function is used, the ON and OFF settings of the auto focus
function are controlled.
Each time the button is pressed, the setting is switched from ON to OFF or vice versa.
When the auto focus function is set to ON, the lamp of the button to which this function has been allocated
lights; when it is set to OFF, the lamp is off.
IR THROUGH: The motorized filter of the AW-E655 is set to IR THROUGH. When the button is pressed again, it is set to
NORMAL.
The lamp of the button lights when the filter is set to IR THROUGH; it is off when another filter is selected.
1/16 ND:
The motorized filter of the AW-E655 is set to 1/16ND. When the button is pressed again, it is set to
NORMAL.
The lamp of the button lights when the filter is set to 1/16ND; it is off when another filter is selected.
1/64 ND:
The motorized filter of the AW-E655 is set to 1/64ND. When the button is pressed again, it is set to
NORMAL.
The lamp of the button lights when the filter is set to 1/64ND; it is off when another filter is selected.
BUZZER setting (OFF/ON)
This is used to set for the buzzer inside the remote operation panel to ON or OFF. The buzzer does not sound at the OFF
setting.
The buzzer sounds when the CALL button is pressed.
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