Sony D50WSPL user manual

User manual for the device Sony D50WSPL

Device: Sony D50WSPL
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Date of adding : 2013-11-09 15:08:47
Number of pages: 94
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3-776-794-11(1)
Color Video Camera
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
DXC-D50K/D50PK
DXC-D50L/D50PL
DXC-D50WSL/D50WSPL
DXC-D50H/D50PH
 2003 by Sony Corporation

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CAUTION WARNING Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions. expose the unit to rain or moisture. ATTENTION To avoid electrical shock, do not open Il y a danger d’explosion s’il y a remplacement incorrect de the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une bat

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For the customers in the USA and Canada For customers in the USA This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the RECYCLING NICKEL-CADMIUM BATTERIES limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable Nickel Cadmium batteries are recyclable. protection against harmful interference when the equipment You can help preserve our environment by is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment returning your unw

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1 Product Configurations .................................................... 7 Overview Features ............................................................................. 9 Features on the DXC-D50/D50P/D50WS/D50WSP .......... 9 Features on the DXC-D50WS/D50WSP........................... 11 Location and Function of Parts .....................................12 Camera Head ..................................................................... 12 VCL-

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Chapter 3 Basic Procedure for Shooting........................................43 Shooting Shooting with the DSR-1/1P ...........................................46 Using the Edit Search Function While Back Space Editing .......................................................................... 46 Shuttle shot function.......................................................... 47 Chapter 4 Viewfinder Screen Indications .......................................49 Viewfinder Screen Changing the Viewfin

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Table of Contents Chapter 5 White Balance Adjustment ............................................. 73 Adjustments and Saving an Appropriate White Balance Value in Settings Memory ........................................................................ 73 Using the Preset White Balance Settings .......................... 75 Light Sources and Color Temperature............................... 76 Using the ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) Function......................................................

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Chapter1 Overview Product Configurations The eight models, DXC-D50K, DXC-D50L/D50WSL, versions and the components as shown in the figure on DXC-D50H, DXC-D50PK, DXC-D50PL/D50WSPL, next page. The operation of the basic camera unit is and DXC-D50PH, comprise both NTSC and PAL the same in all cases. Chapter 1 Overview 7

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Chapter 1 Overview Product Configurations DXC-D50K/D50PK DXC-D50L/D50PL/ D50WSL/D50WSPL VCT-U14 Tripod Microphone DXF-801/801CE Viewfinder Adaptor DXC-D50H/D50PH Test chart for flange focal length adjustment a) VCL-919BY DXC-D50/D50P/D50WS / a) Zoom Lens D50WSP Camera Head a) The DXC-D50WS/D50WSP camera head has only the L-model (DXC-D50WSL/D50WSPL) configuration. Camera adaptor The product kit does not include a camera adaptor: to use a camera adaptor, you will need to purchase a model CA-D50/

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Chapter 1 Overview Features Variety of detail corrections Features on the DXC-D50/D50P/ • Skin detail function: this function gives a slightly D50WS/D50WSP softer appearance to the subject’s face. The target skin color can be easily set with the Menu operation. The DXC-D50WS/S50WSP is a 16:9 wide-screen type • Black halo correction (4:3-16:9 switchable) digital video camera while the • Red/green vertical detail correction: this function DXC-D50/D50P is a 4:3 standard-screen type digital perfo

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Chapter 1 Overview Features 1-kHz audio reference signal output Dockable with various types of VTRs A 1-kHz audio reference signal can also be output during color-bar-output mode. The DXC-D50/D50P/D50WS/D50WSP docks with the DSR-1/1P DVCAM VTR to configure a digital Edit Search Function (when using DSR-1/1P) camcorder. It also docks with the PVV-3/3P Betacam When using the DXC-D50/D50P/D50WS/D50WSP SP VTR to configure a Betacam SP camcorder. with the DSR-1/1P, pressing the EDIT SEARCH button

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Chapter 1 Overview High-performance viewfinder (DXF-801/ Features on the DXC-D50WS/ 801CE) D50WSP • High resolution (600 TV lines of horizontal Features only on the DXC-D50WS/D50WSP is resolution) described in this section. See “Features on the DXC- • Large-diameter eye cup for easier viewing and D50/D50P/D50WS/D50WSP” (page 9) for common focusing features on a 4:3 standard-screen type digital video • PEAKING potentiometer for vertical and horizontal camera and 16:9 wide-screen type digital vide

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts Camera Head Before attaching/detaching peripheral equipment to/ from the camera head, be sure to turn off the camera. Otherwise, the camera may not function properly. Right side view 1 5600K button 2 EDIT SEARCH buttons 3 A.IRIS MODE switch and indicator 4 EZ MODE button and indicator EZ EZ FOCUS MODE 5 EZ FOCUS button ZEBRA BACK L. ON 6 ZEBRA switch STD OFF MIC SPOT L. LOWCUT ON 7 MIC LOW CUT switch ATW OFF 8 ATW button and indicator 9 Memory St

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Chapter 1 Overview 1 5600K button Note When this button is pressed (lit,) the standard color If the “easy focus” function is still on when you press temperature for shooting is switched to 5600K. Use the VTR button, it turns off automatically and this button for outdoor shooting in daytime or shooting recording starts. under lighting with higher color temperature. When the white balance is adjusted while the Wide Band 6 ZEBRA switch White Balance is set, the button may go on or off Set this swit

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts qs OUTPUT/DCC (Color bar output/dynamic contrast control) switch Use this switch to select the DCC function or color bar output. Select the CAM/ON position in most cases. CAM/ON: This activates the DCC function. This prevents color faults when shooting high-intensity subjects. CAM/OFF: When the DCC functions are disabled, you can manually adjust knee values on page P5 of the PAINT menu. (See page 64). BARS: This setting dis

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Chapter 1 Overview Front view 1 MIC IN +48 V connector 2 VF connector 3 FILTER control 4 Lens mount 5 SHUTTER switch 6 WHT/BLK switch 7 AUDIO LEVEL knob 8 VTR button 1 MIC (microphone) IN +48 V connector (XLR 3- 5 SHUTTER switch pin, female) Use this switch to turn the shutter on/off, or set the Connect the supplied microphone or an optional shutter speed or CLS (clear scan) setting (see page 78). microphone (operable with a +48 V supply). Usually, set this switch to OFF. 2 VF (viewfinder) conne

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts Left and upper view 1 Fitting for optional microphone holder 2 Accessory fitting shoe and screw hole 3 Shoulder strap fixture 4 Viewfinder front-to-back position locking lever 5 Viewfinder fitting shoe 6 Viewfinder left-to-right position fixing ring 7 Viewfinder front-to-back position locking knob 8 MONITOR OUT connector 9 VIDEO OUT connector 0 LENS connector qa REMOTE connector qs VTR and camera adaptor connectors 1 Fitting for optional micropho

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Chapter 1 Overview 2 0 LENS connector (12-pin, for /3-inch lens) Connect the lens connector. qa REMOTE connector (10-pin) Connect the optional RM-M7G Remote Control Unit, or the RCP-TX7 or RCP-D50/D51 Remote Control Panel to this connector. Set the CAMERA HEAD SELECT switch on the bottom of RM-M7G to 1. Note When using a remote control unit or a remote control panel, note the following points. • When operating the camera head from the camera control unit, connect the remote control unit or remo

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts VCL-919BY Zoom Lens 11 Focus ring 2 Zoom ring 2 3 Aperture ring 3 44 M button 55 F.B adjustment ring and F.B fixing knob 66 MACRO ring 7 ZOOM selector 7 8 Zoom remote control connector 8 9 VTR button 9 0 Shtl button 0 qa RET button qs Motorized zoom lever qd IRIS selector qf Instant automatic aperture adjustment button qg DIP switch qh Aperture gain adjustment trimmer qj Shuttle memory position setting knob 18 Chapter 1 Overview

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Chapter 1 Overview 1 Focus ring 0 Shtl (shuttle shot) button Turn this ring to focus the lens on the subject. Use this button for the shuttle shot function. 2 Zoom ring qa RET (return video) button For direct manual zoom control, set the ZOOM This allows you to check the video signal as follows. selector 7 to the “MANU.” position, and turn this When operating with a portable VTR connected ring. via other equipment: when the VTR is in recording, pressing this button connects the E-E 1) 3 Aperture

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts DXF-801/801CE Viewfinder You can switch the scan size of the DXF-801/801CE in accordance with the aspect ratio selected on the camera or camcorder. 4 TAKE/TALLY indicator TALLY TAKE REC BATT 5 BATT indicator 6 REC/TALLY indicators 1 Eyepiece focusing knob 7 GAIN UP indicator SHUTTER GAIN UP 2 Stopper 8 SHUTTER indicator Microphone holding screw Microphone holder Microphone Eye cup 9 PEAKING control 0 CONTRAST control qa Tally lamp qs BRIGHT contr


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