Operating Instructions
Color CCTV Camera
Model No.
WV-CW634S
WV-CW634F
WV-CW634S
WV-CW634F
Before attempting to connect or operate this product,
please read these instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.
The model number is abbreviated in some descriptions in this manual.
Preface
About the user manuals
The operating instructions of the camera consist of 2 sets: these operating instructions (PDF) and Installation Guide.
This document explains how to configure the settings of the camera.
Refer to the installation guide for further information about how to install the camera.
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Contents
Preface................................................................................... 2
About the user manuals..................................................... 2
Trademarks and registered trademarks............................. 2
Contents................................................................................. 3
About the setup menus ......................................................... 4
List of setup menu.............................................................. 4
Basic operation ................................................................. 5
Screen transition diagram.................................................. 6
Camera title setting [CAMERA ID].......................................... 7
Camera operation setting [CAMERA SETUP]........................ 8
1. Register a scene file [SCENE1/SCENE2]...................... 8
2. Light quantity control method selection [ALC/ELC] . ..... 8
About Super Dynamic 6 Functions................................ 9
SUPER-D6 setting......................................................... 9
About the highlight compensation (HLC) function........ 10
About the fog compensation function . ........................ 11
3. Electronic shutter setting [SHUTTER] . ....................... 11
4. Gain control setting [AGC] .......................................... 11
5. Electronic sensitivity enhancement setting .
[SENS UP]................................................................... 11
6. White balance setting [WHITE BAL] ........................... 12
Manual fine adjustment of white balance .................... 13
7. Digital noise reduction function setting [DNR].............. 13
8. Black-and-white mode setting [D&N (IR) ] ................ 13
10. Synchronization method selection [SYNC]................ 18
11. Privacy zone setting [PRIVACY ZONE]...................... 18
12. Image stabilizer setting [STABILIZER]....................... 19
13. Electronic zoom setting [EL-ZOOM] . ........................ 19
14. Upside-down setting [UPSIDE-DOWN] . ................... 20
15. Lens distortion correction [LDC]................................. 20
Back focus setting [BACK-FOCUS SETUP]......................... 21
Special menu setting [SPECIAL SETUP] ............................ 23
16. Chroma level adjustment [CHROMA GAIN] .............. 23
17. Aperture level adjustment [AP GAIN]......................... 23
18. Pedestal level adjustment [PEDESTAL] .................... 23
19. Chroma phase (hue) adjustment [HUE] .................... 23
20. Display Settings [DISPLAY] . ..................................... 23
21. Pixel compensation [PIX OFF] .................................. 24
22. Communication setting [COMMUNICATION] ............ 24
23. Default resetting [CAMERA RESET] . ....................... 24
24. Serial number viewing [SER.NO.] ............................. 24
Camera language selection [LANGUAGE SETUP].............. 25
Shortcut operation ............................................................... 26
9. VMD setting [VMD] . .................................................... 15
Setting of motion detection.......................................... 15
Setting of scene change detection . ............................ 17
Camera system setting [SYSTEM SETUP] ......................... 18
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About the setup menus
Performing each setting item in the setup menu should be completed in advance to use this unit.
Perform the settings for each item in accordance with the conditions of the camera shooting area.
List of setup menu
Setup item
CAMERA ID
CAMERA
SCENE 1/
SCENE 2
ALC/ELC
SHUTTER
AGC
SENS UP
WHITE BAL
DNR
D&N (IR)
VMD
SYSTEM
SYNC
PRIVACY ZONE
STABILIZER
EL-ZOOM
UPSIDE-DOWN
LDC
BACK FOCUS
SPECIAL
CHROMA GAIN
AP GAIN
PEDESTAL
HUE
DISPLAY
PIX OFF
COMMUNICATION
CAMERA RESET
SER.NO.
LANGUAGE
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Description
This item specifies the camera title. The camera title that indicates the camera location and other information
about the camera is created with alphanumeric characters and symbol, and then displayed on the screen.
Performs the camera operation settings.
Selects a scene file. It is possible to register and save the settings as a scene file in case that it is necessary
to change the settings such when shooting at night.
Selects the method of controlling the quantity of light in accordance with the lens to be used.
Specifies the electronic shutter speed.
Specifies gain adjustment.
Specifies electronic sensitivity enhancement.
Specifies white balance adjustment.
Selects the level of the digital noise reduction function.
Performs each setting regarding the black-and-white mode such as switching between color and black-andwhite images.
Performs settings regarding VMD (Video Motion Detection)
Performs the settings regarding the camera system such as synchronization and privacy zone.
Specities the synchronization type.
Hides undesired portions in the camera shooting area.
Decides whether or not to enable the image stabilizer.
Switches the electronic zoom on and off.
Flips the camera images vertically or horizontally.
Adjusts the lens distortion correction to convert the image so that it matches the square monitor.
Selects the back focus setting type and performs fine adjustment.
Adjusts the chroma level (color density).
Adjusts the aperture level.
Adjusts the pedestal (brightness) level.
Adjust the chroma phase (hue).
Performs the image display setting.
Corrects image defects such as flaws.
Performs the communication setting of the system with a receiver into which this unit is integrated.
Restores the settings in the setup menu to the default settings.
Displays the serial number of this unit.
Selects a language to be used in the setup menu.
Basic operation
The operations in the setup menu are performed with the operation buttons after calling up the setup menu on the connected video
monitor.
The description below explains how to operate the setup menu basically.
Screenshot 1
Hold down the [SET] button for about 2 seconds to call up the
top screen of the setup menu.
MODEL
WV-CW634 SERIES
CAMERA ID
OFF
CAMERA
SYSTEM
BACK-FOCUS
SPECIAL
LANGUAGE
END
Step 1
Press the [up] or [down] button to move the cursor to “END”.
Step 2
Press the [right] button to move the cursor to “SETUP”,
and press the [SET] button to change the setup mode from
“DISABLE” to “ENABLE”.
SETUP DISABIE
Screenshot 2
The setup mode changes to “ENABLE”, and the setup menu
becomes ready to be set.
MODEL
WV-CW634
CAMERA ID
OFF
CAMERA
SYSTEM
BACK-FOCUS
SPECIAL
LANGUAGE
END
Step 3
Move the cursor to the item to be set, and press the [SET]
button.
SETUP ENABLE
Screenshot 3
The selected setup screen in the setup menu appears on the
screen.
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
Note:
• If the top screen of the setup menu is called up with the
[SET] button while the camera is operated, the setup
mode is always “DISABLE” to prevent operation errors.
To perform settings in the setup menu, change the setup
mode to “ENABLE”.
• The cursor is a reversely highlighted part.
Step 4
Perform the settings for each item.
• Selection of setting item:
Press the [up] or [down] button to move the cursor.
• Change of settings:
Press the [right] or [left] button.
• Display of advanced setup screen:
Press the [SET] button when “ ” is attached to the target
setting item.
• Return to previous setup screen:
Move the cursor to “RET” and press the [SET] button.
• Return to the top screen:
Move the cursor to “TOP” and press the [SET] button, to
display the top screen of the setup menu.
Step 5
Move the cursor to “END” and press the [SET] button to return
to the camera image screen, or wait about 5 minutes and the
setup menu will automatically close.
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Screen transition diagram
Top screen
MODEL
WV-CW634
CAMERA ID
OFF
CAMERA
SYSTEM
BACK-FOCUS
SPECIAL
LANGUAGE
END
SETUP DISABLE
“CAMERA ID” screen
**CAMERA ID**
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$
SPACE POSI
RET TOP END RESET
................
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
“SYSTEM SETUP” screen
**SYSTEM SETUP**
SYNC
INT
PRIVACY ZONE OFF
STABILIZER
OFF
EL-ZOOM
OFF
UPSIDE-DOWN
OFF
LDC
I...... 0
+
RET TOP END
“BACK-FOCUS SETUP” screen
**BACK-FOCUS SETUP**
ABF
PUSH SET
MANUAL-ADJ
C/L B/W
AUTO
SETUP-SW LOCK OFF
NEAR
FAR
.........|.........
INDICATOR XXXX
RET TOP END
“SPECIAL SETUP” screen
**SPECIAL SETUP**
....I..160
CHROMA GAIN
..I.... 20
AP GAIN
...I... 32
PEDESTAL
HUE
...I... 0
+
DISPLAY
ALARM
PIX OFF
COMMUNICATION COAX
CAMERA RESET PUSH SET
SER.NO. XXXXXXXX
RET TOP END
“LANGUAGE SETUP” screen
**LANGUAGE SETUP**
LANGUAGE
SET
RET TOP END
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ENGLISH
Camera title setting [CAMERA ID]
This item specified the camera title. The camera title that indicates the camera location and other information about the camera is
created with alphanumerics and symbols, and is displayed on the screen. The camera title is named with up to 16 characters.
Follow the procedure below to specify the camera title.
Top screen
MODEL
WV-CW634
CAMERA ID
ON
CAMERA
SYSTEM
BACK-FOCUS
SPECIAL
LANGUAGE
END
SETUP ENABLE
“CAMERA ID” screen
**CAMERA ID**
0123456789
ABCDEFGHIJKLM
NOPQRSTUVWXYZ
().,'":;&#!?=
+-*/%$
Display positioning screen
FLOOR 1
SPACE POSI
RET TOP END RESET
................
Editing area
Step 1
Select “ON” for “CAMERA ID”, and then press the [SET] button.
→ The “CAMERA ID” screen appears.
Important:
• When “CAMERA ID” is set to “OFF”, the camera title does not appear even after setting the camera title.
Step 2
Move the cursor to the target item with use of the [UP], [DOWN], [RIGHT] and [LEFT] buttons, and press the [SET] button to enter the
character.
→ The entered characters are displayed in the editing area.
<Character entry>
• To revise a character, move the arrow (↑) in the editing area to a wrong character with use of the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button, and
enter a correct character.
• To enter a blank, move the cursor to “SPACE” and press the [SET] button.
• To delete all the entered characters, move the cursor to “RESET” and press the [SET] button.
Step 3
Move the cursor to “POSI” and press the [SET] button after title entered.
→ The display positioning screen appears.
Step 4
Press the [UP], [DOWN], [RIGHT] and [LEFT] buttons to decide the title position and press the [SET] button.
→ The title position is specified.
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Camera operation setting [CAMERA SETUP]
The following describes the camera operation settings. The following settings can be configured on the “CAMERA SETUP”
screen displayed from the top screen.
Refer to page 5 for how to call up the screen.
The settings configured on the “CAMERA SETUP” screen will be saved as a scene file.
1. Register a scene file [SCENE1/SCENE2]
There are two scene modes. Change between the scene files can be made by shortcut operation.(+ page 26).
The default setting is “SCENE1”.
Screen when "SCENE1" is selected
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
Screen when "SCENE2" is selected
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE2
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
Step 1
After confirming that “SCENE1” is selected, configure the settings of “ALC/ELC” through “VMD”. (+ page 8-17)
To change the scene files, go to step 2.
Step 2
Move the cursor to “SCENE1” and press the [right] or [left] button to select “SCENE2”.
→ The screen changes and displays “SCENE2”.
Step 3
Set the items you want to change.
The number displayed at the right side of the title on each setting screen indicates a scene
file number.
Step 4
Move the cursor to “SCENE2” and press the [right] or [left] button to select “SCENE1”
to resume normal operation.
“SYSTEM SETUP” screen
Scene file
number
**ALC CONT**(1)
BACK LIGHT COMP
ON
SUPER-D6
HLC
--FOG COMP
--LEVEL
.I.....
+
0
RET TOP END
2. Light quantity control method selection [ALC/ELC]
The method of controlling the quantity of light is selected from the following in accordance with the lens to be used.
ALC (default):The iris of the lens is automatically adjusted in accordance with the brightness of a subject. Select “ALC” when using
an ALC lens.
ALC+: Controls the quantity of light with a combination of the electronic shutter and auto iris. This selection is suitable at shooting
a bright subject such as an outdoor subject with auto iris lens. Be aware that flicker may occur when a subject is under
fluorescent lighting.
ELC: Controls the quantity of light with the electronic shutter. This selection is suitable for use of a lens with fixed iris or manual iris.
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About Super Dynamic 6 Functions
Subject in the dark
area is hard to notice.
If there is high contrast between the bright and dark areas
in a shooting zone, the dark area becomes less visible
because the camera adjusts the iris in accordance with the
bright area. Conversely, adjusting the lens brightness for the
darker areas causes the brighter areas to become washed
out. The SUPER DYNAMIC 6 function digitally combines
an image that is set up for a clear view of the brighter areas
with an image that is set up for a clear view of the darker
areas, creating a final image that preserves overall detail.
Subject in the bright
area is hard to notice.
Creates a clearer
image by digitally
combining images
SUPER-D6 setting
When “ALC/ELC” is set to “ALC”, the SUPER-D6 function is available.
Follow the procedure below.
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
“ALC CONT” screen
Mask setting screen
**ALC CONT**(1)
BACK LIGHT COMP
OFF
SUPER-D6
HLC
OFF
FOG COMP
OFF
MASK SET
LEVEL
.I.....
+
0
RET TOP END
Step 1
Set “ALC/ELC” to “ALC”, and press the [SET] button.
→The “ALC CONT” screen appears.
Note:
• When “ALC/ELC” is set to “ELC” or “ALC+” and the [SET] button is pressed, the “ELC CONT” or “ALC+ CONT” screen will appear.
• When “ELC” or “ALC+” is selected, the SUPER-D6 function is disabled. “---” appears and “OFF” is selected. (Go to Step 3)
Step 2
Move the cursor to “SUPER-D6” and select the “ON” or “OFF”.
ON (default): Activates the SUPER-D6 function. (Go to Step 6)
OFF: Deactivates the SUPER-D6 function. (Go to Step 3)
Note:
• Once the “SUPER-D6” function is set to “ON”, the settings of the following items will be restricted.
SHUTTER: It can only be set to “OFF” or “1/100”.
SENS UP: It can only be set to “OFF” or “AUTO”.
• Once the “SUPER-D6” function is set to “ON”, a shadow (black line) may appear at the border of the brighter part and darker
part. This is not a fault.
• When flickering or noise is observed frequently due to the illumination of light, select “OFF”.
• When flickering or color deterioration is observed
• When noise is produced in a bright area on the screen
• Once the “SUPER-D6” function is set to “ON”, “---” is displayed for “HLC” and “FOG COMP”. In this case, the “HLC” and “FOG
COMP” functions cannot be set.
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Step 3
When the SUPER-D6 function is set to “OFF”, bright areas of an image are masked to facilitate the visibility of dark areas.
Move the cursor to “MASK SET” and press the [SET ] button.
→ The mask setting screen appears.
Step 4
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to move the flashing cursor to the area to be masked and press the [SET]
button.
When the selected area is masked, the masked area will start blinking (between stripes and white). When the flashing cursor is moved
to other areas, the masked area will be displayed in white.
Repeat the above procedure to mask other areas as necessary.
Note:
• To cancel the masking, select the masked area to be canceled, and then press the [SET] button. The masked area will be deleted.
Step 5
Hold down the [SET] button for more than 2 seconds after completion of masking.
→ Return to the previous menu.
Step 6
Move the cursor to “LEVEL” and press the [right] or [left] button to adjust the level.
About the highlight compensation (HLC) function
This function is a backlight compensation technology that enables the camera to obtain clear images in a strong light environment.
When “SUPER-D6” is set to “ON”, this function cannot be set.
Available options: ON (1)/ON (2)/OFF
ON (1):When the camera faces the light source, this function can be used to block strong light so as to reduce over exposure as
much as possible and retain lots of screen details.
The mask area has three options: small (S), medium (M) and large (L), which are used to adjust the area of the mask zone.
When the mask level cursor moves towards the “+” direction, the mask color becomes pale; when the mask level cursor moves towards
the “-” direction, the mask color becomes dark.
ON (2):When the camera faces the light source, strong light can be effectively suppressed and screen details can be retained to the
maximum extent.
“ALC CONT” screen
HLC setting screen
**ALC CONT**(1)
BACK LIGHT COMP
OFF
SUPER-D6
ON(1)
HLC
FOG COMP
--MASK SET
LEVEL
RET TOP END
.I.....
+
**HLC**(1)
AREA
MASK LEVEL
S
..I....2
+
0
RET TOP END
Note:
• According to different highlight parts on the screen, different HLC functions may be provided.
• The HLC function can be enabled only when the brightness area exceeds the normal specification.
• When the HLC function is set to “ON (1)” or “ON (2)”, “FOG COMP” is displayed as “---” and the fog compensation function cannot be set.
• After “SUPER-D6” switches from “ON” to “OFF”, “HLC” and “FOG COMP” are displayed as “OFF”.
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About the fog compensation function
This function enables the camera to obtain clear images in hazy weather. When “SUPER-D6” or “HLC” is set to “ON”, this function is
not available.
Adjust the amplitude of fog compensation. When the cursor moves towards the “+” direction, the fog compensation level increases;
when the cursor moves towards the “-” direction, the fog compensation level decreases.
“ALC CONT” screen
Fog compensation setting screen
**ALC CONT**(1)
BACK LIGHT COMP
OFF
SUPER-D6
OFF
HLC
ON
FOG COMP
MASK SET
LEVEL
RET TOP END
.I.....
+
**FOG COMP**(1)
LEVEL
...I...64
+
0
RET TOP END
3. Electronic shutter setting [SHUTTER]
The variation in shutter speed allows users to perform the following.
• Increased shutter speed prevents blurring fast-moving subjects.
• If flicker is observed under fluorescent lighting of 50 Hz, selection of “1/100” for the speed can reduce flicker.
The shutter speed is selectable from the following.
OFF (1/60) (default), 1/100, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000, 1/120000
Note:
• When “ALC/ELC” is set to “ELC” or “ALC+”, “---” appears and the shutter function cannot be activated.
4. Gain control setting [AGC]
Select a gain control setting from the following.
ON (HIGH) (default)/ON (MID) /ON (LOW):Automatically increases the gain to make the screen brighter when the illuminance of the
subject becomes darker.
HIGH, MID and LOW indicate the gain level.
OFF: Does not increase the gain.
Note:
• When “SENS UP” is set to the AUTO mode, “AGC” cannot be set to “OFF”.
5. Electronic sensitivity enhancement setting [SENS UP]
Use of the electronic sensitivity enhancement function increases the light sensitivity of the CCD, and accordingly the image becomes
brighter. The magnification is unchanged for selection of FIX, and the magnification is automatically adjusted in accordance with the
illuminance of a photographic subject for selection of AUTO.
The magnification of the electronic sensitivity is selectable from the following.
Setting of the SUPER-D6 function restricts the available setting range.
When the SUPER-D6 function is set to “OFF”:
OFF (default)/X2 AUTO/X4 AUTO/X6 AUTO/X10 AUTO/X16 AUTO/X32 AUTO/OFF/X2 FIX/X4 FIX/X6 FIX/X10 FIX/X16 FIX/
X32 FIX/X64 FIX/X128 FIX/X256 FIX/X512 FIX
When the SUPER-D6 function is set to “ON”:
OFF (default)/X2 AUTO/X4 AUTO/X6 AUTO/X10 AUTO/X16 AUTO/X32 AUTO
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Note:
• When “ALC/ELC” is set to “ELC” or “ALC+”, only the AUTO mode is enabled.
• When “SHUTTER” is set to options other than “OFF” or “1/100”, the electronic sensitivity enhancement setting cannot be performed and “---” appears.
• When the magnification of “SENS UP” is increased, the screen becomes coarser, more whitish, or more flawed. However, this phenomenon is normal.
6. White balance setting [WHITE BAL]
The white balance adjustment is selectable from the following.
ATW1 (default): Activates the automatic color temperature tracking mode.
The camera continuously check the color temperature of the light source and automatically adjusts the white balance.
The adjustment of the color temperature ranges from approx. 2700 K to 6000 K.
ATW2: Activates the sodium lamp automatic color temperature tracking mode. The camera automatically achieves an optimal white
balance under the sodium lamp. The adjustment of the color temperature ranges from approx. 2000 K to 6000 K.
AWC: Activates the automatic white balance control mode. This adjustment is suitable for a location where a light source is stable.
The adjustment of the color temperature ranges from 2000 K to 10000 K. When “AWC” is selected, the white balance needs
to be adjusted.
Note:
• If the situation meets one of the followings, color may not be accurately reproduced.
• The subject is mostly highly-colored.
• The photographic scene is under the bright blue sky or at nightfall.
• The illumination of the light illuminating the subject is insufficient.
When “AWC” is selected, follow the steps below to adjust the white balance.
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL AWC PUSH SET
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
Step 1
Set “WHITE BAL” to “AWC” and press the [left] button to change to “AWC → PUSH SET”.
Step 2
Press the [SET] button and adjust the white balance. “AWC → PUSH SET” is reversely highlighted during adjustment. When the
reversely highlighted display is restored, the white balance adjustment is completed.
Step 3
Press the [right] button to select “AWC”. Refer to next page for fine adjustment of the white balance.
Note:
• The adjustment of the color temperature ranges from approx. 2000 K to 10000 K. If the range is out of this adjustment range or
lighting directed to a subject is too dark, the white balance may not be adjusted. In such a case, “AWC → PUSH SET” stays
reversely highlighted.
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Manual fine adjustment of white balance
The white balance is manually fine adjusted after white balance automatically adjustment in the automatic color temperature tracking
mode (ATW1, ATW2) or automatic white balance control mode (AWC).
Follow the procedures below.
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
Fine adjustment screen
Area setting screen
**ATW1**(1)
**ATW1 AREA**(1)
R
...I...
+
0
B
...I...
+
0
POSITION
PUSH SET
AREA
RET TOP END
RESET
RET TOP END
Step 1
Set “WHITE BAL” to “ATW1”, “ATW2” or “AWC” and press the [SET] button.
→ The fine adjustment screen appears.
Step 2
Move the cursor to “R” and “B” and press the [right] or [left] button to fine adjust the level for each. “R” stands for red and “B”
stands for blue.
When the level indicator moves in the “+” direction, the color becomes deeper, and when the level indicator moves in the “–” direction,
the color becomes lighter.
Step 3
Move the cursor to “AREA” and press the [SET] button to enter “AREA” setting screen.
The area to detect white area of white balance can be set on the area setting screen. The area to detect white area of white balance is
displayed full-screen by default.
Step 4
Move the cursor to “POSITION” and press the [SET] button.
Step 5
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to move to the upper-left part of the area to be set, and press the [SET] button.
Step 6
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to move to the lower-right part of the area to be set, and press the [SET] button.
7. Digital noise reduction function setting [DNR]
The digital noise reduction function reduces noise automatically under the condition of low illuminance.
The effect level of the noise reduction function is selectable from the following.
LOW: Low level of noise reduction (small residual image)
HIGH (default): High level of noise reduction (large residual image)
8. Black-and-white mode setting [D&N (IR) ]
The settings relating to the black-and-white mode can be configured.
Follow the procedure below
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“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
OFF
RET TOP END
“D&N (IR)” screen
**D&N(IR) **(1)
AUTO1
LEVELHIGH
.I..
DURATION TIME
S L
BURST(BW)ON
RET TOP END
Step 1
Move the cursor to “D&N (IR)” and select the mode from the following.
AUTO1 (default): Automatically switches between color and black-and-white images in accordance with the illuminance. The
black-and-white mode is selected for dark images, and the color mode is selected for bright images.
AUTO2: Used a near-infrared light source at night time.
ON: Displays black-and-white images.
OFF: Displays color images.
Note:
• When “AUTO1” or “AUTO2” is selected, it is recommended to set “AGC” to “ON”.
• If a subject is always moving or the screen is occupied with a uniform color, brightness determination may not be performed successfully because the brightness is merely determined by information from the CCD image sensor. When “AUTO2” is selected, the
wave length of the light source shall be 800 nm or longer.
Step 2
Press the [SET] button.
→ The “D&N (IR)” screen appears.
Step 3
Move the cursor to “LEVEL” and select a brightness level at which switching between color and black-and-white images is performed
from the following.
LOW: Switches from color to black-and-white images when the ambient illuminance of the camera is less than 0.1 lx.
HIGH (default): Switches from color to black-and-white images when the ambient illuminance of the camera is less than 0.2 lx.
Note:
• The switching illuminance level varies with subjects, light sources, and lenses.
• The switching illuminance level varies in accordance with AGC setting. (+ page 11)
• The switching illuminances described above are reference values. The switching illuminance shall be decided based on the actual
installation environment.
• There may be repeated switching between color and black-and-white images depending on the setting and environment.
Step 4
Move the cursor to “DURATION TIME” and select a time for switching between color and black-and-white images from the following.
2 seconds - 10 seconds (default) - 30 seconds - 60 seconds
(S)
(L)
Step 5
Move the cursor to “BURST (BW)”, and decide whether or not to provide a burst signal output in the black-and-white mode.
ON (default): Provides a burst signal output.
OFF: Does not provide any burst signal output.
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Note:
• Images may not be displayed appropriately without burst signals when camera images are displayed in the black-and-white mode
depending on a monitor or VTR model to be used. In such a case, set the burst signal output to “ON”.
9. VMD setting [VMD]
The VMD function allows the camera to detect motion and scene change with the camera. Detection of motion or scene change with
the camera can be announced by issuing an alarm signal.
Important:
• The following circumstances may result in detection failure or false detection. Use the camera after adjusting the detection area
and sensitivity.
• Not enough difference in brightness between the background and the moving photographic subject, or significant changes in
brightness
• Dirt or water drops on the lens
• Insufficient brightness, for example, when shooting at night
• The subject is moving straight at the camera
• The subject is moving too fast or too slow
• The subject is too small or too large
• There are too many moving objects
• Light reflected through a window or from a road surface
• The camera is shaking
• Entry of outside light, such as sunlight or the headlights of a car
• Flickering fluorescent light
• Subject change detection may fail in the following cases.
• The lens is partially covered or covered with a transparent item
• The photographic subjects before and after changing the camera direction are similar
• False detection may occur for approx. 1 minute after turning on the power, after completing settings in the SETUP menu, or after
changing the camera view angle.
• Motion detection is the detection function within the screen range for electronic zoom of 1x.
Setting of motion detection
Move the cursor to “VMD”, press the [RIGHT ] or [LEFT] button to select “MOTION DET”.
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
AUTO1
D&N(IR)
MOTION DET
VMD
RET TOP END
“MOTION DET” screen
**MOTION DET**(1)
LEVEL
....I.. 20
DWELL TIME
DISPLAY MODE
ALARM
OFF
2S
+
MASK SET
RET TOP END
Step 1
Move the cursor to “MOTION DET” and press the [SET] button.
→ The “MOTION DET” screen appears.
Step 2
Move the cursor to “MASK SET” and press the [SET] button.
→ The mask setting screen appears.
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“MOTION DET” screen
Mask setting screen
**MOTION DET**(1)
LEVEL
....I.. 20
DWELL TIME
DISPLAY MODE
ALARM
OFF
2S
+
MASK SET
RET TOP END
In the masked area, no alarm will be issued even if a moving object is detected. The masked area is set in the same way as the
masked area setting in “Light quantity control method selection”. (+ page 9)
Step 3
Hold down the [SET] button for more than 2 seconds after completion of masking.
→ Return to the previous menu.
Step 4
Move the cursor to “ALARM” and press the [RIGHT] and [LEFT] buttons to select “ON” or “OFF”.
ON: Outputs alarm signal when in display mode. Actions may be confirmed through the motion detection mode when a moving
object is detected.
OFF (default): Does not output alarm signal when in display mode.
Step 5
Move the cursor to “DISPLAY MODE” and press the [SET] button.
→ The display mode screen appears.
If a moving object is detected in the set area, the area will be reversely highlighted. Hold down the [SET] button for more than 2
seconds to return.
“MOTION DET” screen
Display mode screen
**MOTION DET**(1)
LEVEL
....I.. 20
DWELL TIME
DISPLAY MODE
ALARM
OFF
2S
+
MASK SET
RET TOP END
Step 6
Move the cursor to “Level” and press the [right] or [left] button to adjust the level.
Repeat step 5 and 6 to adjust to optimal level.
Step 7
Move the cursor to “DWELL TIME ” and select the dwell time from the following. (unit: seconds)
2S (default)/5S /10S /30S
Alarm signal will be issued once a continuously moving object is detected within the specified time.
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Setting of scene change detection
This function detects a change in the subject state that occurs by covering the camera with a cloth, a cap, or others, or by changing
the camera direction largely.
Follow the procedure below.
“CAMERA SETUP” screen
**CAMERA SETUP**
SCENE1
ALC/ELC
ALC
SHUTTER
OFF
AGC
ON(HIGH)
SENS UP
OFF
WHITE BAL ATW1
DNR
HIGH
D&N(IR)
AUTO1
VMD
SCENE CHANGE
RET TOP END
Step 1
Move the cursor to “VMD” and press the [right] or [left] button to select “SCENE CHANGE”.
Note:
• The Scene Change function is activated after exit from the menu.
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Camera system setting [SYSTEM SETUP]
Performs the settings relating to the camera system such as synchronization and privacy zone. The following settings can be
configured on the “SYSTEM SETUP” screen displayed from the top screen.
Refer to page 5 for how to call up the screen.
“SYSTEM SETUP” screen
**SYSTEM SETUP**
SYNC
INT
PRIVACY ZONE OFF
STABILIZER
OFF
EL-ZOOM
OFF
UPSIDE-DOWN
OFF
LDC
I......
+
0
RET TOP END
10. Synchronization method selection [SYNC]
This unit supports the following 2 types of synchronization methods, and one of the following is selected.
(1) Multiplexed vertical drive signal (VD2)
(2) Internal synchronization (INT) (default)
Input of a multiplexed vertical drive signal (VD2) automatically switches to the VD2 synchronization even if the camera is set to other
than the VD2 synchronization method.
When the VD2 synchronization is not selected, internal synchronization can be selected.
11. Privacy zone setting [PRIVACY ZONE]
When undesired portions in the camera shooting area (on the screen) exist, those portions (privacy zone) can be set to be hidden. Up
to 8 portions can be specified for the privacy zone.
ON (1): Grays the zone.
ON (2): Mosaics the zone.
OFF (default): Displays the zone normally.
Follow the procedure below to set the privacy zone.
Note:
• The privacy zone function is disabled at initializing the unit, i.e. right after turning on the power.
“SYSTEM SETUP” screen
**SYSTEM SETUP**
SYNC
INT
PRIVACY ZONE ON(2)
STABILIZER
OFF
EL-ZOOM
OFF
UPSIDE-DOWN
OFF
LDC
I......
+
“ZONE NUMBER” screen
**ZONE NUMBER 1 /8**
UPPER LEFT
0
ZONE LEVEL
RET TOP END
PUSH SET
POSITION
..I.... 2
+
DEL
RET TOP END
Step 1
Move the cursor to “PRIVACY ZONE”, select “ON (1)” or “ON (2)”, and press the [SET] button.
→ The “ZONE NUMBER” screen appears.
Step 2
Move the cursor to the number at the right of the title and select the zone number using the [right] or [left] button.
Step 3
Move the cursor to “POSITION” and press the [SET] button.
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Step 4
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to determine the left upper position of the zone to be set and press the [SET]
button.
Step 5
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to determine the lower right position of the zone to be set and press the [SET]
button.
→ An asterisk “*” will be displayed after the number and the zone setting will be saved.
Step 6
When “ON (2)” is selected for “PRIVACY ZONE”, the mosaic level may be adjusted. The mosaic level may be set through “ZONE
LEVEL”. (Range: 1 to 4)
Note:
• To delete a zone, select the zone number and press the [SET] button after moving the cursor to “DEL”.
• To change the settings of a zone, select the zone number and repeat from step 3.
12. Image stabilizer setting [STABILIZER]
Whether or not to enable the image stabilizer is determined.
This function is effective for the case that the camera is installed at a place with slight shaking.
ON: Enables the image stabilizer.
OFF (default): Disables the image stabilizer.
Important:
• When “ON” is selected for the image stabilizer, the view angle becomes narrower and the resolution becomes lower. When “ON” is
selected for the image stabilizer, check the view angle and resolution at camera installation.
• The image stabilizer function may not work for the following subjects or conditions.
• Dark subject
• Less contrasty subject (e.g. white wall)
• Subject shaking at excessive speed
• Large amplitude image shaking
13. Electronic zoom setting [EL-ZOOM]
Whether or not to use the electronic zoom is determined.
ON: Uses the electronic zoom.
OFF (default): Does not use the electronic zoom.
When “ON” is selected, the zoom factor and the panning/tilting settings can be configured.
Follow the procedure below.
“SYSTEM SETUP” screen
**SYSTEM SETUP**
SYNC
INT
PRIVACY ZONE OFF
STABILIZER
OFF
EL-ZOOM
ON
UPSIDE-DOWN
OFF
LDC
I......
+
RET TOP END
“EL-ZOOM” screen
**EL-ZOOM**
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
PUSH SET
PUSH SET
Zoom setting screen
**EL-ZOOM**
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
PUSH SET
PUSH SET
U ZOOM D
0
RET TOP END
RET TOP END
Pan/tilt setting screen
**EL-ZOOM**
ZOOM
PAN/TILT
PUSH SET
PUSH SET
U TILT D/L PAN R
RET TOP END
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Step 1
Move the cursor to “EL-ZOOM” and select “ON” and press the [SET] button.
→ The “EL-ZOOM” screen appears.
Step 2
Move the cursor to “→ PUSH SET” of “ZOOM” and press the [SET] button.
→ The zoom setting screen appears.
Step 3
Adjust the angular field of view by changing the electronic zoom factor (up to 2x) using the [up] or [down] button, and press the [SET]
button.
Note:
• When the zoom factor is incremented, resolution will be deteriorated.
Step 4
Move the cursor to “→ PUSH SET” of “PAN/TILT” and press the [SET] button.
→ The pan/tilt setting screen appears.
Step 5
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to determine the position of the area to be set and press the [SET] button.
The position can be changed in the range of zoom factor set in the zoom setting screen.
14. Upside-down setting [UPSIDE-DOWN]
ON: The video image can be reversed upside down.
OFF (default): The video image cannot be reversed upside down.
15. Lens distortion correction [LDC]
The image may be distorted depending on the lens used and the zoom factor. By adjusting the lens distortion correction setting, the
distorted image can be converted to match the square monitor and achieve effects desired by the user.
Note:
• Depending on the lens used, complete correction may not be achieved.
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Back focus setting [BACK-FOCUS SETUP]
Selects the back focus setting type and performs fine adjustment. The following setting can be configured on the “BACK-FOCUS
SETUP” screen displayed from the top screen. Refer to page 5 for how to call up the screen.
The lens adjustment (+ Installation Guide) shall be performed before the back focus adjustment.
<Back focus adjustment>
The back focus adjustment is performed by changing the distance between the lens and focal point.
Follow the procedure below.
Important:
• The auto back focus function is used for back focus adjustment at installation and for focus correction at switching between the
color and black-and-white modes after installation. This function is not a function that is supposed to be operated continuously
such as the auto focus function.
• When focus missing occurs due to secular change in the lens and installation environment or peripheral temperature change, the
back focus adjustment is required again.
Note:
• The back focus adjustment can be also performed through the operation buttons. (+ Installation Guide)
“BACK-FOCUS SETUP” screen
**BACK-FOCUS SETUP**
ABF
PUSH SET
MANUAL-ADJ
C/L B/W
AUTO
SETUP-SW LOCK OFF
NEAR
FAR
.........|.........
INDICATOR XXXX FOCUSING
RET TOP END
Step 1
Move the cursor to “PUSH SET” of “ABF” and press the [SET] button.
→The auto back focus function provides back focus adjustment to automatically focus on a subject located in the center of the
screen.
Step 2
To fine adjust the back focus, move the cursor to “MANUAL-ADJ”, press the [SET] button, and use the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button to
adjust the back focus manually.
Note:
• Pressing the [RIGHT] and [LEFT] buttons simultaneously for more than 2 seconds resets the back focus position to the CS mount
default position.
• The value of “INDICATOR” is a guide to adjust the back focus. The larger the value is, the sharper the image becomes.
Step 3
Move the cursor to “C/L ← → B/W” and select the back focus adjustment type from the following:
AUTO (default):Adjusts the back focus function automatically and corrects out of focus when switching between color and blackand-white images.
PRESET:Performs the preset movement to each specified back focus position when switching between color and black-and-white
images. The preset position is the back focus position specified last time, which was automatically memorized for each of color
images and black-and-white images.
FIX: Fixes the position after adjusting the back focus either automatically (ABF) or manually.
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Step 4
Moving the cursor to “SETUP-SW LOCK” and selecting “ON” allow users to disable the back focus adjustment with the operation
buttons (default: OFF).
Important:
• The following are recommendation for back focus setting in accordance with subjects.
For such case (subject conditions) Select this (recommendation)
Back focus adjustment
• Normal subject
“ABF”
• Frequently moving subj.
Fine adjustment with “MANUAL-ADJ”
after “ABF” or “MANUAL-ADJ”
• Subj. with remarkable illuminance
change
• Subj. with low illuminance
• Too bright or reflective subj.
• Subj. through a window
• Place where the lens easily becomes
dirty
• Subj. with less contrast such as
white wall
• Subj. with remarkable depth
• Subj. with heavy flicker
• Subj. with horizontally parallel lines
such as a shutter
“C/L ← → B/W” switching
“AUTO”
“PRESET” or “FIX”
• We shall not responsible for any inconvenience, loss, or damage caused by the settings or results of the back focus function.
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Special menu setting [SPECIAL SETUP]
The special menu setup is performed including the setting of the camera image quality and the communication configuration when a
receiver is used. The following settings are to be configured on the “SPECIAL SETUP” screen displayed from the top screen.
Refer to page 5 for how to call up the screen.
“SPECIAL SETUP” screen
**SPECIAL SETUP**
....I..160
CHROMA GAIN
..I.... 20
AP GAIN
...I ... 32
PEDESTAL
...I... 0
HUE
+
DISPLAY
ALARM
PIX OFF
COMMUNICATION COAX
CAMERA RESET PUSH SET
SER.NO. XXXXXXXX
RET TOP END
16. Chroma level adjustment [CHROMA GAIN]
Press the [right] or [left] button to adjust the color density of the camera image. When the level indicator moves in the “+”
direction, the color becomes deeper, and when the level indicator moves in the “–” direction, the color becomes lighter. Be sure to
view a vector chromaticity indicator or a video monitor when the adjustment is performed.
17. Aperture level adjustment [AP GAIN]
Press the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button to adjust the image quality. When the level indicator moves in the “+” direction, the image becomes
sharper, and when the level indicator moves in the “–” direction, the image becomes softer. Be sure to view a video monitor when the
adjustment is performed.
Note:
• Moire (interference fringes) may be observed when shooting a subject with fine pattern such as a carpet or a curtain. In such a
case, move the indicator in the "-" direction to reduce moire.
18. Pedestal level adjustment [PEDESTAL]
Press the [right] or [left] button to adjust the pedestal level of the camera. When the level indicator moves in the “+” direction, the
image becomes brighter, and when the level indicator moves in the “–” direction, the image becomes darker. Be sure to view a video
monitor when the adjustment is performed.
19. Chroma phase (hue) adjustment [HUE]
Press the [RIGHT ] or [LEFT] button to adjust the hue of the camera image. Be sure to view a vector chromaticity indicator or a video
monitor when the adjustment is performed.
Note:
• Holding down the [RIGHT] and [LEFT] buttons for more than 2 seconds simultaneously restores the settings of “CHROMA GAIN”,
“AP GAIN”, “PEDESTAL”, and “HUE” to the default settings.
20. Display Settings [DISPLAY]
Move the cursor to "DISPLAY", and press the [RIGHT] or [LEFT] button to change display settings.
OFF: Alarm display is disabled.
ALARM (default): Alarm display is activated.
MOTION DET
Alarm display (“MOTION DET”, “SCENE CHANGE”)
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21. Pixel compensation [PIX OFF]
Flaws of pixel in the displayed camera image are corrected. Up to 16 points can be corrected.
Follow the procedure below.
“SPECIAL SETUP” screen
**SPECIAL SETUP**
....I..160
CHROMA GAIN
..I.... 20
AP GAIN
...I... 32
PEDESTAL
...I...
0
HUE
+
DISPLAY
ALARM
PIX OFF
COMMUNICATION COAX
CAMERA RESET PUSH SET
SER.NO. XXXXXXXX
RET TOP END
“PIX OFF” screen
Pixel compensation positioning screen
**PIX OFF**
1
5
9
13
2
6
10
14
000 000
DEL
RET TOP END
3
7
11
15
4
8
12
16
1
Step 1
Move the cursor to “PIX OFF” and press the [SET] button.
→ The “PIX OFF” screen appears.
Step 2
Select a number (1 to 16) with which a pixel compensation point is registered and press the [SET] button.
→ The pixel compensation positioning screen appears.
Step 3
Press the [up], [down], [right] and [left] buttons to move the crosshair cursor to the center of the flaw to be corrected and press
the [SET] button.
→The flaw is corrected and the pixel compensation point is registered. The “PIX OFF” screen appears again. An asterisk “*” is
attached at the right side of the number when registration is completed. The coordinate is expressed in figures.
Note:
• To clear the registered pixel compensation point, move the cursor to “1” of the right of “DEL”, use the [right] and [left] buttons
to select the number with which the target pixel compensation point is registered and press the [SET] button. The registered pixel
compensation point is cleared, and an asterisk “*” at the right side of the number disappears.
22. Communication setting [COMMUNICATION]
The required communication configuration is performed to use this unit integrated into the system with a receiver.
COAX (RCV): When using our receiver.
COAX (default): When not using any receiver.
23. Default resetting [CAMERA RESET]
The settings in the setup menu are restored to the default settings.
The default settings are restored by moving the cursor to “PUSH SET” of “CAMERA RESET” and holding down the [RIGHT], [LEFT]
and [SET] buttons for more than 2 seconds simultaneously.
Note:
• The data of the back focus setting (page 21) and registered pixel compensation points is not cleared.
24. Serial number viewing [SER.NO.]
Displays the serial number of this product.
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Camera language selection [LANGUAGE SETUP]
A language for the setup menu is selected from the following: The language selection can be made on the “LANGUAGE SETUP”
screen displayed from the top screen.
Refer to page 5 for how to call up the screen.
“LANGUAGE SETUP” screen
**LANGUAGE SETUP**
LANGUAGE
ENGLISH
SET
RET TOP END
Move the cursor to “LANGUAGE” and press the [right] or [left] button to select the target language, then move the cursor to “SET”,
and press the [SET] button.
Select the target language from the following.
JAPANESE/ENGLISH (default)/FRANÇAIS/ESPAÑOL/DEUTSCH/ITALIANO/PУCCKИЙ/中文/PORTUGUÊS
Note:
• When the language is changed, the specified camera title is cleared.
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Shortcut operation
Use of a system controller with the “Camera function” button allows users to perform the shortcut settings with use of the numeric
keypad and camera function button. The available shortcut operations with this unit are shown as follows.
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System controller operation
Setting contents
[9] + [0] + [Camera function] [9] + [1] + [Camera function] [9] + [2] + [Camera function] [9] + [3] + [Camera function] [9] + [4] + [Camera function] [9] + [8] + [Camera function] [9] + [9] + [Camera function] [1] + [6] + [8] + [Camera function] Black-and-white control (D&N) ON
Black-and-white control (D&N) OFF
Black-and-white control (D&N) AUTO1
Camera title (CAMERA ID) ON
Camera title (CAMERA ID) OFF
Electronic zoom ON
Electronic zoom OFF
Black-and-white control (D&N) AUTO2
[1] + [6] + [9] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [0] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [1] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [2] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [3] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [4] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [5] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [6] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [7] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [8] + [Camera function] [1] + [7] + [9] + [Camera function] [1] + [8] + [0] + [Camera function] [1] + [8] + [1] + [Camera function] [1] + [8] + [2] + [Camera function] [1] + [8] + [3] + [Camera function] [1] + [8] + [4] + [Camera function] [1] + [9] + [0] + [Camera function] [1] + [9] + [1] + [Camera function] [1] + [9] + [2] + [Camera function] [1] + [9] + [3] + [Camera function] [2] + [0] + [1] + [Camera function] [2] + [0] + [2] + [Camera function] [2] + [1] + [3] + [Camera function] [2] + [1] + [4] + [Camera function] [2] + [1] + [5] + [Camera function]
[2] + [1] + [6] + [Camera function]
Iris of lens (IRIS) OPEN
Iris of lens (IRIS) CLOSE
Electronic shutter (SHUTTER) ON
Electronic shutter (SHUTTER) OFF
Electronic shutter speed, 1 step faster
Electronic shutter speed, 1 step slower
Gain adjustment (AGC) ON
Gain adjustment (AGC) OFF
Electronic sensitivity up (SENS UP) FIX ON
Electronic sensitivity up (SENS UP) FIX OFF
Electronic sensitivity, 1 step up (FIX)
Electronic sensitivity, 1 step down (FIX)
Electronic sensitivity up (SENS UP) AUTO ON
Electronic sensitivity up (SENS UP) AUTO OFF
Electronic sensitivity, 1 step up (AUTO)
Electronic sensitivity, 1 step down (AUTO)
Time for switching at D&N AUTO, 2 seconds
Time for switching at D&N AUTO, 10 seconds
Time for switching at D&N AUTO, 30 seconds
Time for switching at D&N AUTO, 60 seconds
Image stabilizer (STABILIZER) ON
Image stabilizer (STABILIZER) OFF
Scene file 1
Scene file 2
Gain (AGC), 1 step up
Gain (AGC), 1 step down
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