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HD-SDI Camera
User Manual
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to avoid danger or property loss.
The precaution measure is divided into “Warnings” and “Cautions”
Warnings: Serious injury or death may occur if any of the warnings are
neglected.
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Warnings
 In the use of the product, you must be in strict compliance with the electrical
safety regulations of the nation and region.
 Please refer to technical specifications for detailed information.
 Input voltage should meet both the SELV (Safety Extra Low Voltage) and the
Limited Power Source with AC 24V or DC 12V according to the IEC60950-1
standard. Please refer to technical specifications for detailed information.
 Do not connect several devices to one power adapter as adapter overload may
cause over-heating or a fire hazard.
 Please make sure that the plug is firmly connected to the power socket.
 When the product is mounted on wall or ceiling, the device shall be firmly
fixed.
 If smoke, odor or noise rise from the device, turn off the power at once and
unplug the power cable, and then please contact the service center.
 If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer or the
nearest service center. Never attempt to disassemble the camera yourself.
(We shall not assume any responsibility for problems caused by unauthorized
repair or maintenance.)
Cautions
 Make sure the power supply voltage is correct before using the camera.
 Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock.
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 Do not touch senor modules with fingers. If cleaning is necessary, use clean
cloth with a bit of ethanol and wipe it gently. If the camera will not be used for
an extended period, please replace the lens cap to protect the sensor from
dirt.
 Do not aim the camera at the sun or extra bright places. Blooming or smearing
may occur otherwise (which is not a malfunction), and affect the endurance of
sensor at the same time.
 The sensor may be burned out by a laser beam, so when any laser equipment
is in using, make sure that the surface of sensor will not be exposed to the
laser beam.
 Do not place the camera in extremely hot, cold (the operating temperature
shall be-10℃~+60℃), dusty or damp locations, and do not expose it to high
electromagnetic radiation.
 To avoid heat accumulation, good ventilation is required for operating
environment.
 Keep the camera away from liquid while in use.
 While in delivery, the camera shall be packed in its original packing, or packing
of the same texture.
 Improper use or replacement of the battery may result in hazard of explosion.
Replace with the same or equivalent type only. Dispose of used batteries
according to the instructions provided by the battery manufacturer.
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Table of Contents
1 Introduction ...................................................................................................... 9
1.1 Product Features .............................................................................. 9
1.2 Overview ........................................................................................ 10
2 Installation ...................................................................................................... 12
2.1 Installation of HD-SDI Bullet Camera............................................... 12
2.2 Installation of HD-SDI Dome Camera .............................................. 14
3 Menu Description ........................................................................................... 18
3.1 LENS ............................................................................................... 18
3.2 EXPOSURE ...................................................................................... 19
3.2.1 Shutter ................................................................................ 19
3.2.2 AGC ..................................................................................... 20
3.2.3 SENS-UP............................................................................... 20
3.2.4 Brightness ............................................................................ 20
3.2.5 ACCE(Adaptive Contrast & Color Enhancement) .................. 20
3.2.6 Defog ................................................................................... 21
3.2.7 Backlight .............................................................................. 21
3.2.8 White Balance (WB) ............................................................. 24
3.3 Day & Night .................................................................................... 25
3.4 NR .................................................................................................. 26
3.5 SPECIAL .......................................................................................... 27
3.5.1 Camera Title ........................................................................ 28
3.5.2 D-effect................................................................................ 29
3.5.3 Motion ................................................................................ 30
3.5.4 Privacy ................................................................................. 32
3.5.5 Language ............................................................................. 33
3.5.6 Defect .................................................................................. 34
3.5.7 RS485 .................................................................................. 35
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3.5.8 Version ................................................................................ 35
3.6 ADJUST ........................................................................................... 36
3.6.1 Sharpness ............................................................................ 36
3.6.2 Monitor ............................................................................... 37
3.6.3 OSD ..................................................................................... 39
3.6.4 LSC....................................................................................... 39
3.6.5 NTSC/PAL ............................................................................. 39
3.7 RESET ............................................................................................. 40
3.8 EXIT ................................................................................................ 40
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1 Introduction
1.1 Product Features
This series of camera adopts high-sensitive sensor and advanced circuit board
design technology. It features high resolution, low distortion, and low noise
features, etc., which make it extremely suitable for surveillance system and
image process system.
The main features of HD-SDI cameras are as follows:

2 Megapixel high-performance CMOS sensor

Clear and detailed image of up to 1080P resolution

Low illumination: 0.01Lux @ (F1.2,AGC ON), 0 Lux with IR

IR cut filter auto switch

Auto white balance, auto gain control, and backlight compensation for
different surveillance environment

Support Digital Wide Dynamic Range (D-WDR) for backlighting surveillance

OSD menu, parameters are configurable

Advanced 3-axis design

Ingress protection level reaches IP66
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1.2 Overview
7
1
OK
8
2
9
6
10
3
4
5
Figure 1-1 Overview of HD-SDI Bullet Camera
Table 1-1 Description
No.
Description
No.
Description
1
Mounting Base
6
OK Button
2
Adjustable Nut
7
SDI Cable
3
Sun Shield
8
Power Cable
4
Lens
9
Auxiliary Video Output
5
IR LED
10
RS485 Cable
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1
4
6
OK
5
2
3
9
10
8
7
Figure 1-2 Overview of HD-SDI Dome Camera
Table 1-2 Description
No.
Description
No.
Description
1
Mounting Base
6
OK Button
2
Black Liner
7
SDI Cable
3
Lower Dome
8
Power Cable
4
IR LED
9
Auxiliary Video Output
5
Lens
10
RS485 Cable
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2 Installation
Before you start:
 Please make sure that the device in the package is in good condition and all
the assembly parts are included.
 Make sure that all the related equipment is power-off during the installation.
 Check the specification of the products for the installation environment.
 Check whether the power supply is matched with your AC outlet to avoid
damage.
 If the product does not function properly, please contact your dealer or the
nearest service center. Do not disassemble the camera for repair or
maintenance by yourself.
 Please make sure the wall is strong enough to withstand three times the
weight of the camera.
2.1 Installation of HD-SDI Bullet Camera
Steps:
1. Drill the screw holes in the wall according to the drill template.
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φ4
φ55
Cutting line
φ68
Screw Hole
Template
Figure 2-1 Drill Template
2. Route the corresponding cables.
3. Fix the camera to the wall with the supplied P A4 screws.
Figure 2-2 Secure the Camera to the Wall
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4. Connect the video output cable to the monitor. Connect the power cable to
the power supply.
5. Adjust the Lens.
1). Loosen the adjustable nut.
2). Adjust the camera from pan direction which is 0~360°adjustable.
3). Adjust the camera from tilt direction which is 0~90°adjustable.
4). Rotate 0~360° to adjust the lens to the surveillance angle.
5). Tighten the adjustable nut to complete the installation.
T Direction
R Direction
P Direction
Adjustable
Nut
Figure 2-3 3-axis Adjustment
2.2 Installation of HD-SDI Dome Camera
Steps:
1.
Drill the screw holes on the ceiling according to the drill template.
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Hole
Ceiling Mounting
Hole
Hole
Figure 2-4 Drill Template
2.
Loosen the set screws with a hex key (supplied) to remove the lower dome.
Figure 2-5 Remove the Lower Dome
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3.
Fix the mounting base on the ceiling with screws.
Figure 2-6 Fix the Mounting Base
Note: If required, you can route cables through the side opening on the side
of the mounting base.
Side Opening
Figure 2-7 Side Opening
4.
Loosen the tilt lock screws, adjust the tilting position in a range of 65
degrees, and tighten the tilt lock screws.
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5.
Rotate the black liner to adjust the panning position in a range of 180
degrees until you get the desired surveillance angle.
PAN
Tilt Lock Screw
Black Liner
TILT
Figure 2-8 Angle Adjustment
Note: As the lens has already been factory adjusted to the best imaging effect,
you just need to adjust the panning position and tilting position to get the
desired surveillance angle.
6.
Reinstall the lower dome and tighten the screws.
Figure 2-9 Lower Dome Reinstallation
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3 Menu Description
Figure 3-1 Main Menu Overview
Notes:

The OK button on the cable is used to control the menu.

Press the OK button up/down to select the menu item.

Press the OK button left/right to adjust the value.

OK button is also used to confirm a selection.
3.1 LENS
The camera is equipped with a fixed lens, which is not configurable.
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3.2 EXPOSURE
EXPOSURE
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS-UP
BRIGHTNESS
ACCE
DEFOG
BACKLIGHT
RETURN
AUTO
OFF
-----|------ 40
OFF
OFF
OFF
RET
Figure 3-2 Exposure
Exposure describes the brightness-related parameters. You can adjust the image
brightness by the SHUTTER, AGC, SENS-UP, BRIGHTNESS, ACCE, BACKLIGHT, etc.
in different light conditions.
3.2.1 Shutter
Shutter denotes the speed of the shutter.
AUTO,1/25, 1/50, FLK, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1k, 1/2k, 1/5k, 1/10k, 1/50k, x2, x4, x6, x8,
x10, x15, x20, x30, and x60 are selectable.
Note:
If you select shutter as AUTO or 1/25, the SENS-UP is adjustable (OFF/AUTO), and
the SENS-UP is disabled if any other shutter speed is selected.
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3.2.2 AGC
It’s a form of amplification where the camera will automatically boost the image
received in much lower light conditions than standard in order to optimize the
clarity of image in poor light scene. OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, and HIGH are selectable
for the AGC value.
Note:
The noise will be amplified if the AGC is on.
3.2.3 SENS-UP
SENS-UP increases the exposure on a signal frame, which makes a camera more
sensitive to light so it can produce images even in low lux conditions. You can set
the SENS-UP to OFF or AUTO according to different light conditions.
OFF: SENS-UP function is disabled.
AUTO: The SENS-UP function will atomically adjust itself to x2, x4, x6, x8, x10,
x15, x20, x30, and x60 according to the different light conditions.
3.2.4 Brightness
Brightness refers to the brightness of the image. You can set the brightness value
from 1 to 100 to darken or brighten the image. The higher the value is, the
brighter the image is.
3.2.5 ACCE(Adaptive Contrast & Color Enhancement)
It performs an image enhancement processing to enhance the visibility of an
image by expressing the contrast ratio of the image and improving the edge
information of the image effectively.
You can set the ACCE to OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, and HIGH.
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3.2.6 Defog
DEFOG is used in special environment such as fog or rain or in high illumination,
which have lower dynamic range than ordinary environment.
OFF, LOW, MIDDLE, and HIGH are selectable.
3.2.7 Backlight
You can set the Backlight to OFF, BLC, and HSBLC.
Backlight Compensation (BLC)
If there’s a strong backlight, the object in front of the backlight will appear
silhouetted or dark. BLC bases on the back area to enhance the brightness of the
whole image, which makes it possible to see the area before the strong backlight
clearly, but the backlight area will be over-exposed.
BLC
GAIN
AREA
DEFAULT
RETURN
MIDDLE


RET
Figure 3-3 BLC
The GAIN of BLC can be set to High, Middle, Low and OFF, the higher the gain is,
the clearer the image is. Follow the below steps to set a BLC area.
Steps:
1. Move the cursor AREA, and click OK button to enter the area edit interface.
2. Press the OK button up/down/left/right to define the BLC position.
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3. Press the OK button up/down/left/right to define the BLC size.
4. Press OK to confirm the selection.
↑
← POSITION→
↓
Figure 3-4 Define a BLC Area
HSBLC
HSBLC
SELECT
DISPLAY
LEVEL
MODE
BLACK MASK
DEFAULT
RETURN
AREA 1
ON 
---|------ 40
ALL DAY
ON

RET
Figure 3-5 HSBLC
HSBLC masks strong light sources that usually flare across a scene. This makes it
possible to see the detail of the image that would normally be hidden.
Set a HSBLC Area:
Steps:
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1. Select HSBLC by setting the OK button to left/right, and press OK to enter the
edit interface.
2. Move the cursor to SELECT and select the area by pressing the OK button to
left/right. Four areas are selectable.
3. Set the display as ON to display the HLC area.
4. Press OK button to enter the position/size edit interface.
5. Press the OK button up/down/left/right to define the position/size.
6. Press OK button to confirm the configuration.
 LEVEL
It is adjustable from 0 to 100. If the brightness is higher than the level you set,
the HLC will take effect.
 MODE
ALL DAY refers to the HSBLC works all day. Night refers to the HLC only works in
night.
 BLACK MASK
ON and OFF are selectable. Only when the Black Mask is set to ON, the HSBLCS
configuration will take effect. If you the set black mask to OFF, the HLCS function
is disabled.
 DEFAULT
Selecting DEFAULT will restore all the configured settings to the default.
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3.2.8 White Balance (WB)
White balance is the white rendition function of the camera to adjust the color
temperature according to the environment. It can remove the unrealistic color
casts in the image
INDOOR, OUTDOOR, MANUAL, ATW (Auto-tracking White Balance), AWC→SET
are selectable.
 INDOOR
Indoor mode is applicable to the environment whose color temperature change
is relatively slight.
 OUTDOOR
OUTDOOR mode is applicable to the environment whose color temperature is
relatively large.
 MANUAL
Manual mode allows you to adjust the white balance by customizing the Blue
and Red value, which range from 1 to 100.
MANUAL WB
BLUE
---|------ 51
RED
---|------ 50
RETURN RET
Figure 3-6 Manual White Balance
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 ATW
ATW mode means the white balance is continuously being adjusted in real-time
according to the color temperature of the scene illumination.
 AWC→SET
The camera will adjust the white balance according to a certain environment. If
the environment is changed, you need to use AWC→SET to adjust the color
temperature again.
3.3 Day & Night
Color, B/W, and EXT are selectable for DAY and NIGHT switches.
 COLOR
The image is color in color mode all the time.
 B/W
The image is black and white all the time. And the IR LED turns on if the camera is
in night mode.
 EXT
The image color switches from color to B/W or from B/W to color automatically
according to the light condition. And the IR LED turns on if the camera is in night
mode.
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3.4 NR
NR (Noise Reduction) is used to reduce the noise in the video stream.
Move the cursor to NR, and press confirm to enter the NR submenu.
2D&3D NR
2DNR
3DNR
LEVEL
SMART NR
RETURN
OFF
ON 
---|------ 50
ON
RET
Figure 3-7 NR
 2D NR:
2D NR reduces the noise in a single frame to get a gentle image. You can set it ON
or OFF by pressing the OK button left/right.
 3D NR:
Compared to traditional general 2D NR technology, 3D NR processes the noise
reduction between two frames instead of in one frame. It can decrease the noise
effect, especially when capturing moving images in low light conditions and
delivering more accurate and sharp image quality.
You can customize the S level and the E level which ranges from 0 to 100 to set
the 3D NR.
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3D NR
S-LEVEL
E-LEVEL
RETURN
|--------- 0
|--------- 0
RET
Figure 3-8 3D NR
The NR Level ranges from 0 to 100.
 SMART NR
Smart NR usually takes effect in cooperation with 3D NR. You can set it to ON to
improve the image fluency. And set it to OFF to disable the SMART NR.
3.5 SPECIAL
In the SPECIAL sub-menu, you can set the camera name, the digital effect of the
image, the motion detection, privacy task, language, dead pixel correction, and
check the version of the camera.
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SPECIAL
ON 
CAM TITLE
D-DFFECT
MOTION
PRIVACY
LANGUAGE
DEFECT
RS485
VERSION
RETURN

OFF
OFF
ENG 


121005
RET
Figure 3-9 Special
3.5.1 Camera Title
You can name your camera by configuring the CAM TITLE. Move the cursor to
CAM TITLE, set it to ON, and press OK button to enter the edit interface. Up to
15 characters can be selected.
OFF: The camera title will not be displayed.
ON: The camera title will be displayed.
CAM TITLE
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJK
LMNOPQRSTUV
W X Y Z ▶ → ←↑↓( )
¯ - _■/=&:~,.
← → CLR POS END
CAMERA01___
Figure 3-10 CAM Title
Steps:
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1. Move the cursor to ←or →, and press OK button to decide the character
position on the dotted line.
2. Move the cursor to select the needed characters, numbers, and symbols.
3. Press OK button to confirm. The selected character will be displayed on the
dotted line below.
4. Move the cursor to POS to edit the camera title position on the screen.
1). Move the cursor to POS.
2). Press OK button to enter the CAM TITLE position setting interface.
3). Press up/down/left/right to change the position of camera title.
4). Press OK button to exit the CAM TITLE position setting interface, and
return to the CAM TITLE menu.
5. Move the cursor to END and press OK button to return to the previous menu.
Note:
Move the cursor to CLR to clear all the characters on the dotted line.
3.5.2 D-effect
D-EFFECT
FREEZE
MIRROR
D-ZOOM
NEG. IMAGE
RETURN
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
RET
Figure 3-11 D-effect
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 FREEZE
You can set the freeze function as ON or OFF. When you set it as on, the image is
frozen as still. The live view will stay on the moment you set the freeze ON.
Note:
The mirror function will be disabled if the FREEZE is ON.
 MIRROR
This series of camera supports MIRROR function. OFF, MIRROR, V-FLIP, and
ROTATE are selectable.
OFF: The mirror function is disabled.
MIRROR: The image flips 180 degree horizontally
V-FLIP: The image flips 180 degree vertically.
ROTATE: The image flips 180 degrees both horizontally and vertically.
 D-ZOOM
You can set the D-ZOOM as ON to zoom in the image. When digital zooming is
processed, no actual pixel gained for the image, the selected area will be
enlarged.
 NEG.IMAGE
You can set the NEG IMAGE as ON or OFF, if you set it as on, the bright area and
the dark area of the image are reversed.
3.5.3 Motion
In the user-defined motion detection surveillance area, the moving object can be
detected and the alarm will be triggered.
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MOTION
SELECT
DISPLAY
SENSITIVITY
MOTION VIEW
DEFAULT
RETURN
AREA 1
ON
----|---- 30
ON

RET
Figure 3-12 Motion Detection
Set a Motion Detection Area:
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY, and press OK button to enter the motion
detection edit interface.
2. Press the OK button to up/down/left/right to define the position of the
selected motion area.
3. Press OK button again to enter the area size configuration interface after the
position is defined.
4. Press the OK button up/down/left/right to define the size of the selected area.
5. Select RET to return to the previous menu, or select AGAIN to re-configure the
motion detection area.
 SELECT
3 motion detection areas are selectable. Press the OK button left/right to select
the area.
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 DISPLAY
Display the selected motion area or not.
 SENSITIVITY
The sensitivity of the motion detection. The sensitivity value ranges from 0 to 60,
and the higher the sensitivity causes the better response of the detection.
 MOTION VIEW
You can choose whether to show the motion view. When you choose ON, once
motion occurred, you can see the transparent red mosaic flickering to show the
exact location where the motion occurs.
 DEFAULT
Restore the settings of motion detection.
3.5.4 Privacy
The privacy mask allows you to cover certain areas which you don’t want to be
viewed or recorded. Up to 8 privacy areas are configurable.
PRIVACY
SELECT
DISPLAY
COLOR
DEFAULT
RETURN
AREA 1
ON 
1

RET
Figure 3-13 Privacy Masks
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Set a Privacy Area:
Steps:
1. Move the cursor to DISPLAY, and press OK button to enter the privacy mask
edit interface.
2. Press the OK button to up/down/left/right to define the position of the
selected privacy mask area.
3. Press OK button again to enter the area size configuration interface after the
position is defined.
4. Press the OK button up/down/left/right to define the size of the selected area.
5. Select RET to return to the previous menu, or select AGAIN to re-configure the
privacy mask.
 SELECT
Select the privacy mask area to configure. Press the OK button left/right to select
the area.
 DISPLAY
Set to display the selected area or not.
 COLOR
The color of the privacy area, 16 colors are selectable for each privacy mask.
 DEFAULT
Restore the settings of privacy mask to the default.
3.5.5 Language
CHN1, CHN2, and ENG are selectable.
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3.5.6 Defect
DEFECT
LIVE DPC
LEVEL
STATIC DPC
START
LEVEL
SENS-UP
RETURN
ON
---|-----30
ON

---|-----25
X8
RET
Figure 3-14 Dead Pixel Correction

LIVE DPC
You can choose ON, OFF and AUTO. If auto is selected, the level is not
configurable.
 LEVEL
The level of the LIVE DPC, which ranges from 0 to 60.
 STATIC DPC
You can set the static DPC as ON or OFF.
 START
Start to correct the dead pixels. Press OK button to start DPC correction if you
see the message of CLOSE THE IRIS THEN PRESS ENTER KEY showing up on the
screen.
 LEVEL
The level of the STATIC DPC, which ranges from 0 to 60.
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 SENS-UP
Adjust the sensor. X2, X4, X6, X8, X10, X15, X20, X30, and X60 are selectable.
3.5.7 RS485
If you want to configure the menu items remotely, you have to set the RS485
parameters of control device the same as those of camera.
RS485
CAM ID
ID DISPLAY
BAUDRATE
RETURN
1
OFF
38400
RET
Figure 3-15 RS485
Camera ID ranges from 0 to 255, which is used to recognize the corresponding
camera.
You can set the camera ID to ON/OFF to display the camera ID or not.
Baud rate ranges 2400 to 38400, which has be the same as that of the control
device.
3.5.8 Version
The software version is listed here.
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3.6 ADJUST
In the Adjust sub-menu, you can set the sharpness, the image quality on monitor,
the OSD settings, the Lens Shadow Compensation, and the Video output
standard.
ADJUST

LCD

OFF
PAL
RET
SHARPNESS
MONITOR
OSD
LSC
NTSC/PAL
RETURN
Figure 3-16 Adjust
3.6.1 Sharpness
SHARPNESS
SHARPNESS
LEVEL
RESOLUTION
RETURN
ON
----|----60
OFF
RET
Figure 3-17 Sharpness
 SHARPNESS
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Sharpness determines the amount of detail an imaging system can reproduce.
You can set the sharpness as ON and OFF, when sharpness is on, the images
appears clearer and sharper.
 LEVEL
The sharpness level is between 0 and 100.
 RESOLUTION
You can set the resolution as ON and OFF.
3.6.2 Monitor
Monitor CRT, and Monitor LCD are selectable.
MONITOR CRT
----|----+0
----|----50
----|----60
RET
BLACK LEVEL
BLUE GAIN
RED GAIN
RETURN
Figure 3-18 Monitor CRT
 BLACK LEVEL
-30 to +30 are selectable.
 BLUE GAIN
0 to 100 are selectable.
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 RED GAIN
0 to 100 are selectable.
MONITOR LCD
USER 1
----|----50
----|----50
RET
GAMMA
BLUE GAIN
RED GAIN
RETURN
Figure 3-19 Monitor LCD
 GAMMA
Gamma is the name of a nonlinear operation used to code and decode
luminance or tristimulus values in video or still image system
1.00, 0.95, 0.90, 0.85, 0.80, 0.75, 0.70, 0.65, 0.60, 0.55, 0.50, 0.45, USER1, USER2,
and AUTO are selectable.
 BLUE GAIN
The value of the blue gain is between 0 and 100.
 RED GAIN
The value of the red gain is between 0 and 100.
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3.6.3 OSD
OSD
1
ON
RET
TEXT COLOR
OUTLINE
RETURN
Figure 3-20 OSD Configuration
 TEXT COLOR
There are 8 colors configurable for the OSD menu. Press the OK button to Left or
right to change the color of the OSD.
 OUTLINE
You can set whether there is an outline of the text. Press the OK button left or
right to set it ON or OFF.
3.6.4 LSC
Lens Shading Correction (LSC) corrects the phenomenon where the image gets
darkened or blurred on the periphery.
ON and OFF are selectable.
3.6.5 NTSC/PAL
PAL, short for Phase Alternating Lines, is a color encoding system for analog
television used in broadcast television systems in most countries broadcasting at
576i.
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NTSC, short for the National Television System Committee, is the analog
television system that is used in most of North America, parts of South America
Myanmar, South Korea, etc.
3.7 RESET
Reset all the settings to the factory default.
3.8 EXIT
Move the cursor to EXIT and click OK button to exit from the menu.
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