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Quick Links. Download this manual. Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for future use. Table of Contents. Panasonic broadcast camera mechanical parts list 19 pages. Page 2 Read this first! Page 3 Read this first! To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the covers. No user serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. Page 4: Read This First Read this first! O Batteries are used for the main power source and memory back-up in the product.
At the end of their useful life, you should not throw them away. Instead, hand them in as small chemical waste. O Voor de primaire voeding en het reservegeheugen van het apparaat wordt gebruikgemaakt van een batterij. Page 6 Contents continued Audio input signal preparations The progressive scan CCD produces high quality pictures with superior image expression. Page 9: Other Featuresa Chapter 1 General continued Other features O Single action shoulder pad slide function It is now possible to adjust the position where the unit is optimally balanced for operation using a single-touch action.
The power for the microphone is supplied from this jack. O Power is not supplied from the unit. O Before proceeding to connect or disconnect the DV cable IEEE , be absolutely sure to turn off the power of the units that are to be connected or It is also possible to supply composite video signals instead as the reference signal.
Lights when signals are being received during GPS operation. P-REC: Lights in pre-recording mode and flashes during the time set for pre-recording after the tally lamp for recording has turned off. Wait until this display is cleared before proceeding with the intended operation. Page Basic Procedures Chapter 3 Recording and playback Basic procedures This section describes the basic steps for shooting and recording.
Before actually departing to shoot scenes, carry out inspections to ensure that the system is functioning properly. Page 24 Chapter 3 Recording and playback Procedure for shooting From adjusting the white balance and black balance to stopping the recording Select the filter to match the lighting conditions. Page Recording Format On Tapes And Signal Format At Output Connector Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Recording format on tapes and signal format at output connector The format for recording signals from CCD on tape and signal formats to be output from the respective connectors are shown below.
When the white balance cannot be adjusted automatically When the white balance adjustment was not completed On the other hand, when it is set to MAN, the levels can be adjusted manually. When the recording format is P or Page 41 Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording When the recording format is P or Page 45 Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Example 4: When the unit and an external device are locked to the external time code generator, which is connected externally, and when several units of the camera are connected in a cascade configuration.
Page 46 Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Example 6: When an external device is locked to the time code generator of this unit, which is connected in a cascade configuration. Turn the JOG dial button to move the arrow cursor to the item which is to be set, and the setting item menu screen appears when the JOG dial button is pressed. Press the JOG dial button again and turn it until the character to be set is displayed.
Variable Item range GAIN digital super gain mode which Page Setting The Color Temperature Manually Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Setting the color temperature manually The white balance can be adjusted manually using the color temperature settings.
Page Set Data Handling Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Set data handling Set data file configuration The unit employs 5 sets for the file data area. Page Handling The Setup Card Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Handling the setup card An SD memory card optional accessory can be used as a setup card that stores up to eight files of settings menu specifications.
The setup card can be inserted or removed before or after the power is switched on. When the JOG dial button is pressed, the following message appears.
Use of this data speeds up the process of reproducing suitable setup statuses. Up to four scene files can be registered. By using this data, the appropriate setup statuses can be established speedily. When the JOG dial button is pressed, the scene file number starts flashing. Page Lens File Chapter 4 Adjustments and settings for recording Lens file The built-in memory of the unit stores eight sets of lens files.
On the SD memory card, eight titles for eight sets of lens files in a table total 64 sets can be written. The following data are recorded on the lens file. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operaiting instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Mount cap Align the center mark of the lens with the groove in the top center of the lens mount, and attach the lens.
Page Adjusting The White Shading Of The Lens Chapter 5 Preparation Adjusting the white shading of the lens Method to correct the waveform to be more flat by combining the sawtooth-shaped waveform and the parabola waveform when watching the respective waveforms of R, G and B of the video signals.
White shading adjustment is disabled when the DS. Page 85 Chapter 5 Preparation When the lens is provided with an extender, turn on the extender function, and repeat steps Once the extender function is turned on, the set values shown on the menu screen change. The adjustment values of the two resulting patterns—one when the lens extender is provided and the other when it is not provided—are stored in the unit as the data of one lens file.
Page Audio Input Signal Preparations Chapter 5 Preparation Audio input signal preparations Prepare to connect the audio components which will supply the audio signals to the unit. Open the mic holder. To disengage the shoulder belt, press the tabs. Page Chapter 6 Maintenance And Inspections Chapter 6 Maintenance and inspections Inspections prior to shooting Before setting off for a shooting session, perform the following inspections to verify that the system is functioning correctly.
It is recommended that a color video monitor be used to check the images. Page Maintenance Chapter 6 Maintenance and inspections Maintenance Condensation The water vapor in the air may form as tiny droplets on the head drum when the unit is moved from a cold location to a warm location or used in a very humid place. Page Warning System Chapter 6 Maintenance and inspections Warning system Warning description tables When an error or a problem is detected immediately after the power is turned on or while an operation is underway, the WARNING lamp and lamps inside the viewfinder serve to alert the user.
Page 99 Chapter 6 Maintenance and inspections 6. Tally lamp Flashes four times a second during recording and playback. Page Error Codes Chapter 6 Maintenance and inspections Error codes One of the following error codes appears in the display window when an error has occurred in the unit for some reason.
ONLY Time codes are superimposed when the menu is accessed, the menu screen is superimposed. OFF: The center marker is not displayed. The down converter output signals contain detailed components that are set during HD signal processing.
RED: The red tally lamp lights. By enabling the skin tone detail, it is possible to shoot human skin more accurately. This item is used to set the current values of table A or B which have been selected using the menu items listed below. O : The 30 dB setting is disabled. This manual is also suitable for: Aj-hdxe Aj-hdxp. Print page 1 Print document pages. Cancel Delete. Sign In OR. Don't have an account?
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