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Owner’s Record THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED. The model and serial numbers are located at the rear. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer CAUTION to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer regarding The apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing this product. and no objects filled with liquid, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus. Model No. ______________ Serial No. _________________ Important Safety Instructions • Read these instructions. • Keep
For the customers in Europe (CCU-D50P only) Attention-when the product is installed in Rack: This product with the CE marking complies with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive 1. Prevention against overloading of branch (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European circuit Community. When this product is installed in a rack and is supplied Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the power from an outlet on the rack, please make sure following E
Table of Contents Overview............................................................................. 5 Features ...................................................................................5 Using the CD-ROM Manual ...................................................6 Available Functions Depending on the Device Connected to the Unit ........................................................7 Camera Cable Length..............................................................8 Rack Mounting...
Overview Remote control of versatile adjustment Features functions The CCU-D50/D50P is a camera control unit that can •Automatic and manual adjustments of white balance, be connected via camera adaptors such as the CA-D50 black balance, iris opening and other functions can be to DXC-D35/D35WS series digital video cameras made under remote control, together with gain (hereafter called cameras) or to DSR-370/570WS switching and black level adjustments. series or other DV camcorders (hereafter call
Overview Notes Using the CD-ROM Manual • If Microsoft Internet Explorer is not installed, it may be downloaded from the following URL: The supplied CD-ROM includes operation manuals http://www.microsoft.com/ie for the CCU-D50 series of camera control unit • If Netscape Navigator is not installed, it may be (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish downloaded from the following URL: versions). http://home.netscape.com/ • If Adobe Acrobat Reader is not installed, it may be downloaded from the
Available Functions Depending on the Device Connected to the Unit The following explains the types of signals which can be output and the functions which are available depending on the device connected to this unit. Output signals a) Device connected to the unit Output signals SDI VBS RGB S-video Y/R–Y/B–Y DXC-D35/D35P/D35WS/D35WSP camera + CA-D50 camera Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes adaptor DXC-D35/D35P/D35WS/D35WSP camera + CA-537/537P No Yes Yes Yes Yes camera adaptor DSR-370/370P/570WS/570WSP camcord
Overview Return video signals Rack Mounting When this unit is connected to a camera via a CA-D50 The unit can be mounted in a standard 19-inch studio or CA-537/537P Camera Adaptor or when it is rack with the supplied mounting brackets. connected to a DSR-370/370P/570WS/570WSP camcorder, return video signals can be sent to the For more information about rack mounting, contact your camera/camcorder. Sony dealer or a Sony service representative. Note When using a CA-537/537P with a serial number of
Connections The following provides examples of how to connect • Some of the camera/camcorder’s switches and knobs other devices to this unit. may not operate while this unit is connected to it. Notes For details, refer to the operation manual of the camera/ camcorder or camera adaptor. •Be sure to power this unit off before connecting or disconnecting camera cables. When using one CCU-D50/D50P unit Input CA-D50 Input Camera Adaptor Camera Output Control console Input Input a) SDI, Y/ R–Y/B–Y DR-
Overview When using two CCU-D50/D50P units Camera CA-D50 Camera Adaptor Prompter signal RCP-TX7 Remote b) Control Panel Return video signal RM-M7G Remote DR-100 Control Unit headset Reference sync signal CCA-7 CCU-D50/D50P connection Camera Control Unit cable DR-100 headset INTERCOM (front panel) VCR, chroma keyer, etc. AC IN AC power Power cord (supplied) Camera CA-D50 Camera Adaptor RCP-TX7 Remote Switcher, b) Control Panel video RM-M7G monitor, etc. DR-100 Remote headset Control Unit CCA-7 co
Connections for transmitting digital video (SDI) signals between this unit and a camera In a system consisting of this unit, a DXC-D35/D35P/ The maximum transmission distance over CCZ camera D35WS/D35WSP camera, and CA-D50 Camera cable is 75 m (246 feet). The maximum transmission Adaptor, digital video (SDI) signals can be transmitted distance over coaxial cable is 200 m (656 feet). To between this unit and the camera. transmit over CCZ cable, you will need to change the cabling in the SDI unit
Overview Note 3 Change the connections for both cables as shown below. Be sure to power this unit off before proceeding to the following operation. 1 Remove the two screws and gently pull the SDI unit out. Before changed Note (VBS mode) Be careful not to pull the SDI unit out too far. Doing so may disconnect or damage the connectors. After changed (SDI mode) Screw 4 Close the cable holders. Screw 5 Repeat step 1 in reverse to return the SDI unit to its original position. 2 Open the cable holders
Connections for transmission over RG cable (6/U or 6A/U) (max. length 200 m (656 feet)) CA-D50 Camera Adaptor Camera CCU/VTR/CMA CCZ-An camera cable SDI OUT RG cable (6/U or 6A/U), max. length 200 m (about 656 feet) CAMERA SDI IN CCU-D50/D50P Camera Control Unit SDI OUT Switcher, video monitor, VCR, etc. Check that the cabling in the SDI unit of this unit is set to VBS mode, and that digital transmission is turned off with the system setting switches. (See step 3 and 7 in “Connections for transm
Overview When Using the RM-M7G Remote Control Unit The RM-M7G Remote Control Unit can be connected directly to this unit. When this unit is powered on, it is set up to control the camera/camcorder. If you have connected an RM-M7G, do the following to set up this unit and the RM-M7G for control from the RM-M7G. 1 Set the system setting switches (see “qh System setting switches”on page 18) on the front panel of this unit according to the connected device. 2 Do the following on the RM-M7G. • Set th
Location and Functions of Parts Front Panel 1 TALLY/FAN ALARM indicator 2 LOCK switch 3 PANEL ACTIVE button 4 CALL button 5 GAIN switch 6 DETAIL knob 9 WHITE/BLACK BALANCE adjustment section q; PHASE adjustment section 7 MASTER qa CABLE COMP adjustment section GAMMA knob qs DIGITAL TRANSMISSION indicator 8 KNEE qd AUTO IRIS button adjustment qf IRIS knob section PANEL CALL GAIN DETAIL MASTER KNEE IRIS WHITE/BLACK BALANCE PHASE CABLE COMP DIGITAL ACTIVE GAMMA TRANSMISSION AUTO H SELECT FINE AUTO
Location and Functions of Parts 9 WHITE/BLACK BALANCE adjustment section 3 PANEL ACTIVE button WHITE/BLACK BALANCE switch When the camera/camcorder connected to this unit is BLACK button being controlled remotely by a remote control unit WHITE button such as the RM-M7G, pressing this button causes the ATW button button to light up and assumes control of the camera/ camcorder from this unit. The controls on the front WHITE/BLACK BALANCE panel are enabled while this button is lit. Pressing the BLA
WHITE (white balance automatic adjustment) SC (subcarrier phase adjustment) screw button After adjusting the subcarrier phase with the SC Adjusts the white balance automatically when the switch, use a screwdriver or other tool to make fine WHITE/BLACK BALANCE switch is set to AUTO or adjustments by rotating this screw. PRESET. This button lights when adjustment starts, and flashes for eight seconds at an interval of about qa CABLE COMP (cable compensation) one second if adjustment is completed s
Location and Functions of Parts Not lit: The unit is not in digital transmission mode Switch 2: Return signal mode OFF: Transmit color as the return signal. (factory default setting). ON: Transmit B/W as the return signal. qd AUTO IRIS button Prompter signals cannot be transmitted when color is Selects the iris adjustment mode. Before using this selected. Select B/W when using prompter signals. button, set the IRIS switch on the camera/camcorder to AUTO. Switch 3: Digital transmission OFF (not l
Switch 6: Remote/local qk MENU section When switch 1 (CCU command mode) is set to on MENU button (TX7 mode), selects whether to control the camera/ ENTER button camcorder from a device connected to the REMOTE connector on the rear panel of this unit or from the MENU ENTER SELECT front panel. MENU OFF: Operations on the device connected to the CANCEL REMOTE connector receive priority. ON: Operations on the front panel of this unit receive priority. SELECT up and down buttons CANCEL button Note Th
Location and Functions of Parts SHUTTER SPEED/CABLE LENGTH display ql SHUTTER adjustment section window SHUTTER SPEED/CABLE LENGTH display window When the SHUTTER switch is set to CLEAR SCAN SHUTTER or SHUTTER, displays the shutter speed or clear scan SHUTTER SPEED/CABLE LENGTH frequency. When the SHUTTER switch is set to OFF, displays “OFF”. When the CABLE COMP button (see page 17) is pressed, displays the letter “L” followed by SHUTTER OFF CLEAR SCAN the length of the cable (unit meters). w; M
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