Sony DXC-9100P user manual

User manual for the device Sony DXC-9100P

Device: Sony DXC-9100P
Size: 1,31 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-07 15:08:57
Number of pages: 188
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

3CCD Color Video Camera
Operating Instructions Page 2
Before operating this unit, please read this manual thoroughly and retain it
for future reference.
Mode d’emploi Page 64
Avant d’utiliser cet appareil, lire attentivement ce mode d’emploi et le
conserver pour toute référence ultérieure.
Bedienungsanleitung Seite 126
Lesen Sie dieses Handbuch bitte vor der ersten Inbetriebnahme der
Kamera sorgfältig durch und bewahren Sie es zum späteren Nachschlagen
griffbereit auf.

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

For the customers in the U.S.A. Owner’s Record This equipment has been tested and found to comply The model and serial numbers are located at the with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to bottom. Record these numbers in the spaces provided Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to below. provide reasonable protection against harmful Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your interference when the equipment is operated in a Sony dealer regarding this product.

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Chapter 3 Installation and Connection Features .............................................................................. 5 Installation........................................................................ 39 Location and Functions of Parts and Controls ............... 7 Mounting the Lens ...................................................... 39 Front Panel/Top Panel/Bottom Panel ........................... 7 Mounting a Microscope Adaptor .............

Summary of the content on the page No. 4

Table of Contents Symbol on the unit Chapter 4 Appendix Precautions ....................................................................... 53 Symbol Location This symbol indicates Safety Precautions ...................................................... 54 Rear panel This symbol indicates that a direct Operating Precautions ................................................. 57 current (DC) is input. Typical CCD Phenomena................................................ 58 Rear panel The connector

Summary of the content on the page No. 5

Features The DXC-9100P is a color video camera with an 1/2-inch, Square pixels 1) three-chip Progressive Scan CCD . The CCD uses an “all pixels read-out” method, which The unit uses pixels which have the same pitch horizontally enables the CCD to output all pixel signals in 1/50 sec. This and vertically, namely 8.3μm 8.3μm, to make a square allows the unit to capture blur-free, clear images of fast- pixel. Because the pixels are geometrically the same in both moving objects without a mechanical

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Features Clear scan mode: When you use the electronic shutter in Broad exposure control the clear scan mode, you can shoot computer screen displays without horizontal stripes or distortion. Thanks to the AGC (Automatic Gain Control) and CCD iris Externally-triggered shutter: The external trigger for the control functions, the camera can handle a broad range of shutter enables a camera in a fixed location to capture subject lighting conditions. When shooting in poor lighting flickerless images of

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Location and Functions of Parts and Controls Front Panel/Top Panel/Bottom Panel 1 Lens Mount Attach a zoom lens or micropscope adaptor. 2 Installation/tripod holes (top/bottom) Use these holes when attaching the camera to a wall or 2 Installation/tripod holes ceiling or tripod (screw: 1/4", 20 ridges). 1 Lens Mount (The top panel also has holes.) 3 Camera fixing holes (top/bottom) Use these holes (M3, depth of the hole:5 mm) to attach the camera to a wall or ceiling when you do not use the Ins

Summary of the content on the page No. 8

Location and Functions of Parts and Controls Rear Panel 1 VIDEO OUT (output) connector (BNC-type) 1 VIDEO OUT connector Outputs composite video signals. 2 RGB/SYNC connector 3 FREEZE button 2 RGB/SYNC (RGB/sync signal output) 4 SOURCE button connector (D-sub 9-pin) 5 BARS button Outputs RGB signals and their respective sync signals. 6 MENU button Use a CCXC-9DB/CCXC-9DD/CCMC-9DS cable for the 7 FUNCTION UP/DOWN buttons connections. 8 DATA DOWN/SCAN button 9 DATA UP/ WHITE Pin assignment button

Summary of the content on the page No. 9

7 FUNCTION UP/DOWN (cursor up/down) buttons 3 FREEZE button UP button: Moves the menu cursor upward. Pressing this button stores an image in memory. The image DOWN button: Moves the menu cursor downward. is captured in memory as a still image at the instant when you press this button. 8 DATA DOWN/SCAN (setting value reduction/scan mode select) button 4 SOURCE button With the menu displayed: decreases the setting value. Pressing this buttons clears freeze mode. The image which With the menu hidd

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

Location and Functions of Parts and Controls !ª EXT CTRL (external control signal input) connector (BNC type) Inputs the following signal according to the EXT. CTRL (BNC) setting on PAGE 3 menu. When set to GENLOCK: Inputs reference sync signals for synchronizing the camera operation. When set to TRIG.IN: Inputs pulses for controlling the memory or externally triggererd shutter. !£ REMOTE (remote control) connector (mini-DIN 8-pin) Connects to the RM-C950 remote control unit (not supplied). !¢ D

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Adjusting and Setting with Menus Camera operational settings can be changed through simple adjustment of the settings on the on-screen menus. Settings PAGE 1 menu PAGE 2 menu can be adjusted to get the best possible results for the given > PAGE 1 : NOR scan :A > PAGE 2 : NOR scan :A shooting conditions or to enhance the image with special GA N I STEP C. TEMP AUTO effects. 0dB WHT. BAL AWB ± SHUTTER OFF R Pa nt i 00 ± B Pa nt i 00 ± EX

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

Adjusting and Setting with Menus 4 SCAN mode About on-screen menu Indicates the currently selected scan mode. For detailed information on the scan mode, see “Setting the Scan This section explains how to read the on-screen menu before Mode” on page 35. starting menu operation. 5 User preset Indicates the currently selected user preset (A or B). 1 4 When “PROTECT” is set to “ON”, a flashing “P” is 2 > PAGE 1 : NOR scan :A 5 displayed before the user preset A or B. GA N I S

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Operation through Menus The following tables shows the functions of menu operation Menu operation buttons buttons. There are five buttons for menu operations on the rear panel Button Function of the unit. MENU Displays the menu by pressing this button. To MENU button hide the menu, press the button again. FUNCTION UP button FUNCTION UP Moves the cursor upward. DATA UP button FUNCTION DOWN Moves the cursor downward. DATA UP Increases the value. Changes the menu page. FREEZE MENU FUNCTION DATA UP

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Adjusting and Setting with Menus 2 Select the desired page. Menu operation procedure 1 Move the cursor to the first line on the menu by pressing the FUNCTION UP button. To change the settings on the menu, proceed as follows. 2 Select the desired menu page by pressing the 1 32 4 DATA UP or DOWN button. Cursor FREEZE MENU FUNCTION DATA UP LENS > PAGE 1 : NOR scan :A Menu page WHITE SOURCE BARS GA N I STEP DOWN 0dB SCAN SHUTTER STEP SPEED 1/125 EXT. TR GGER I OFF

Summary of the content on the page No. 15

4 Change the value by pressing the DATA UP or DOWN The following table shows the PAGE 1 menu items, their button. contents and reference pages in this manual. PAGE 1 : NOR scan :A Item Contents of setting Ref. page > GA N I STEP 0dB Set value GAIN Adjusts video gain. 15 SHUTTER STEP SPEED 1/125 a) SHUTTER Sets the electronic shutter. 16 EXT. TR GGER I ON AE W NDOW I MED UM I EXT.TRIGGER Sets the external trigger for the 18 DETECT ON I PEAK shutter to O

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Adjusting and Setting with Menus SHUTTER Selection Function The electronic shutter allows for blur-free images of fast- VARIABLE Use for fine adjustment of the video output level. moving subjects and produces good still images of subjects You can adjust the shutter speed in long exposure shot in poor lighting conditions. mode or clear scan mode. In long exposure mode You can set the shutter speed in units of 1 frame. Selection Function For example, if the value is set to 50 frames (about 2.0 sec

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Selection Function Selection Function VARIABLE When an excessive amount of light passes through In clear scan mode CCD IRIS (Continued) the lens, this function increases shutter speed to cut You can set the shutter speed in units of 1 H exposure to the equivalent of up to 4 aperture stops. (horizontal scanning time: 64μs). The setting is made The function is useful for microscope applications in units of 1H. This setting can be used to reduce where lighting that is just right for the human eye i

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Adjusting and Setting with Menus EXT. TRIGGER DETECTION Enables and disables the external trigger for the shutter. Selects the detection method of the luminance level of the selected AE window. Selection Function Selection Function ON Enables the external trigger for the shutter. AVERAGE Select to see the whole AE window. OFF Disables the external trigger for the shutter. Normally set this item to OFF. PEAK Select to see the part with the highest video level in the AE window. AE WINDOW Selects t

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

C. TEMP PAGE 2 menu Selects the color temperature according to the lighting. This section describes in detail items on PAGE 2 menu. Selection Lighting condition Use for automatic adjustment of the color > PAGE 2 : NOR scan :A AUTO temperature with “WHIT.BAL” set to “AWB”. C. TEMP AUTO 3200K Use for indoor shooting. WHT. BAL AWB R Pa nt i ±00 ± B Pa nt i 00 5600K Use for outdoor shooting. M. PEDESTAL ±00 GAMMA ON DETA L I ON WHIT.BAL LEVEL ±00 Selects t

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Adjusting and Setting with Menus GAMMA Selection Function Gamma compensation. ATW Activates auto-tracing white balance. This mode is suitable for when the light source changes. The white balance is automatically adjusted as the color Selection Function temperature changes. ON Compensates the reproduction characteristics of the When WHIT.BAL is set to AWB or ATW, the “R Paint” screen to produce natural-tone images. Use this and “B Paint” values are displayed on the menu. Use setting for normal ca

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