Sony DXC-390 user manual

User manual for the device Sony DXC-390

Device: Sony DXC-390
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Date of adding : 2014-09-06 15:10:10
Number of pages: 260
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DXC-390/390P
3-203-786-12(1)
3CCD Color Video Camera
GB
Instructions for Use
FR
Mode d’emploi
DE
Bedienungsanleitung
ES
Manual de instrucciones
(DXC-390P only)
DXC-390
DXC-390P
2000 Sony Corporation

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English You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not Owner’s Record expressly approved in this manual could void your authority The model and serial numbers are located at the bottom. to operate this equipment. Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever you call upon your Sony The shielded interface cable recommended in this manual dealer regarding this product. must be used with this equipment in order to comply with the limits for digital devi

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English Important safeguards/notices for use in the medical 4. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate environments frequency energy. If it is not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, it may cause 1. All the equipments connected to this unit shall be certified interference to other equipment. If this unit causes according to Standard IEC60601-1, IEC60950, IEC60065 interference (which can be determined by unplugging the or other IEC/ISO Standards applicable to the

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Chapter 3 Overview Installation and Connections Features .................................................................... 6 Installation .............................................................. 42 Location and Functions of Parts and Controls ..... 8 Applicable Lens ................................................... 42 Front Panel/Top Panel/Bottom Panel ..................... 8 Mounting the Lens ............................................... 43 Right Side Pa

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Chapter 4 Appendix Precautions............................................................. 58 Typical CCD Phenomena ....................................... 59 List of Messages .................................................... 60 Specifications ......................................................... 61 Optional Accessories ............................................ 65 Table of Contents 5 (GB)

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Chapter 1 Chapter 1 Overview Features • The DCC+ (Dynamic Contrast Control plus) function High-quality images minimizes the phenomena whereby the whole screen turns TM1) • The high density 1/3 type, three-chip Exwave HAD white or a part of the image becomes colorless when 2) CCD , containing some 380,000 (DXC-390) or 430,000 shooting a very bright object. (DXC-390P) effective picture elements (pixels), offers • The Partial Enhance function enables you to adjust the superior picture quality: 800

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Chapter 1 equivalent of up to 10 aperture stops. When using the video RS-232C interface camera in a fixed location or for a microscope system, the The camera can be controlled from a computer via the RS- AGC, CCD IRIS and auto-iris controls automatically adjust 232C interface. a wide range of incoming light levels. The desired AE For details, contact your authorized Sony dealer. window can be set by using the AE AREA MANUAL function. Compact and lightweight Wide range of electronic shutter modes

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Chapter 1 Location and Functions of Parts and Controls 1 Lens Mount (C-mount) Front Panel/Top Panel/Bottom Panel Attach a C-mount lens or microscope adaptor. Note Be sure to use a lens whose projected part from the lens mount surface is less than 4.3 mm. Mounting the lens with a projected part greater than 4.3 mm may damage the internal mechanism of the camera. 1 Lens mount 2 Screw holes 2 Screw holes (M3) 3 Use these holes (M3, depth: 4 mm ( /16 inches)) to attach the supplied tripod adaptor to

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Chapter 1 1 MENU button Right Side Panel (Control Panel) Displays the MAIN menu on a monitor screen. Press again to exit the menu. When a setting menu is displayed, press this button to return to the MAIN menu. For menu operations, see “Operation through Menus” on page 14. 2 V/BLACK (black balance) button 1 MENU button While the menu is displayed: Moves the menu cursor 2 V/BLACK button upward. Also use this button for an AE window setting, etc. 3 b/ WHITE button While the normal screen is displ

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Chapter 1 Location and Functions of Parts and Controls 4 BARS (color bars output) button Rear Panel Outputs the color bar signal. Press again to revert to video signal output. For monitor adjustment, contact your authorized Sony dealer. 5 ENTER button Selects a setting menu in the MAIN menu. Also use this 1 MENU LOCK ON/OFF switch button for an AE window setting, etc. 2 DC IN/VBS connector 3 TRIG IN connector 6 v button Moves the menu cursor downward. Also use this button for 4 LENS connector

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Chapter 1 1 MENU LOCK ON/OFF switch 7 RGB/SYNC connector (D-sub 9-pin) When this switch is set to ON, the menu is not displayed on Outputs RGB signals and their respective sync signals. the screen even if you press the MENU button. Use the CCXC-9DB/CCXC-9DD/CCMC-9DS connecting cable for the connection with the CMA-D2/D2MD/D2CE/ 2 DC IN/VBS (DC input/video signal output) D2MDCE camera adaptor. For connection with the CMA-D3/D3CE camera adaptor, connector (12-pin) use the CCMC-3MZ connecting cabl

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Chapter 2 Chapter 2 Operation Adjusting and Setting with Menus Camera operational settings can be changed through simple About on-screen menus adjustment of the settings on the on-screen menus. Settings This section explains how to read the on-screen menu before can be adjusted to get the best possible results for the given starting menu operation. shooting conditions or to enhance the image with special effects. MAIN menu 3 Menu Configuration

CMA RM [A] 4 1 >EXPOSURE CONTRAST Before

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Chapter 2 CMA RM : when the CMA-D3/D3CE camera adaptor is Setting menu connected to the REMOTE connector on the camera 3 via the CCMC-3MZ connecting cable, and the RM- 6 CMA RM [A] 4 C950 remote control unit is connected to the REMOTE >GAIN STEP 1 connector on the CMA-D3/D3CE STEP 0dB SHUTTER OFF 8 4 User preset file 7 LENS REMOTE IRIS AUTO You can store two types of preset adjustments into files A + _ AE LEVEL 0 and B. Indicates the currently selected preset f

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Chapter 2 Adjusting and Setting with Menus Menu operation procedure Operation through Menus To change the settings on the menu, proceed as follows. Menu operation buttons 1 2,3 2 Operate the menu with the buttons on the right side panel. B button MENU BLACK MENU button V button FILE SELECT WHITE BARS b button ENTER MENU BLACK FILE SELECT WHITE BARS ENTER 4 v button ENTER button 1 Press the MENU button. The MAIN menu appears. The following table shows the functions of the buttons. Cursor Button F

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Chapter 2 2 Move the cursor to the menu item to be set by pressing 4 Change the value by pressing the B or b button. the V or v button, then press the ENTER button. Holding down the button changes the value quickly. The setting menu is displayed. [A] GAIN STEP [A] STEP 0dB >GAIN STEP Setting item >SHUTTER STEP STEP 0dB SPEED OFF SHUTTER OFF LENS REMOTE IRIS AUTO LENS REMOTE + _ AE LEVEL 0 IRIS AUTO AE AREA MULTI +

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Chapter 2 Adjusting and Setting with Menus GAIN Function of Menus Adjusts the video gain. Selection Function EXPOSURE menu STEP Sets the video gain to the desired level. Use this setting for shooting in an extremely dark place Adjusts the items relating to exposure, such as gain and where even fully opening the lens iris still does not shutter mode. produce an acceptably bright image. The gain level can be set in the range from 0 to 24 dB in units of 1 [A] dB. >GAIN STEP STE

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Chapter 2 Selection Selection Function Function Any electronic shutter mode does not function. Use for fine adjustment of the video output level in OFF VARIABLE long exposure mode (low-speed mode) or in clear Sets the shutter speed to any of 15 steps in long- STEP scan mode (high-speed mode). exposure mode and 11 steps in high-speed mode. Long exposure mode Select SPEED and set the shutter speed from You can set the SPEED value in units of 1 frame. among the following values: For example, if you

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Chapter 2 Adjusting and Setting with Menus Selection Function Selection Function Clear scan mode For example, this function is useful for microscope VARIABLE CCD-IRIS You can set the shutter speed in units of 1H applications. When shooting with a microscope not (Continued) (Continued) (horizontal scanning time: 63.56 μs for DXC-390, equipped with the auto-iris lens, the luminance level 64.00 μs for DXC-390P). that is just right for the human eye is often too bright for the video camera. Select S

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Chapter 2 IRIS Selection Function Appears when you set LENS to REMOTE. AE AREA MANUAL: Sets the AE window with the desired size Selects how to adjust the iris. You can select AUTO or (Continued) and position on the screen. MANUAL. Follow the steps below. AUTO: Adjusts the iris automatically. 1 Select MANUAL and press the ENTER button. MANUAL: Adjusts the iris with the IRIS control on the Cross RM-C950 remote control unit. cursor Function Selection Sets auto exposure focusing point in the range f

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Chapter 2 Adjusting and Setting with Menus Selection Function CONTRAST menu 3 Move the cross cursor appearing at the right AE AREA Adjusts the contrast of the image. bottom corner with the B, b, V or v button to set (Continued) the lower and right side size, then press the ENTER button. [A] >EFFECT MANUAL KNEE POINT MID + _ BLACK STRETCH 0 GAMMA ON + _ LEVEL 0 + _ MASTER PEDESTAL 0 + _ R. PEDESTAL 0 + _ B. PEDESTAL 0 Move Window Move Cross Cu


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