Canon DXC-D35H/D35PH user manual

User manual for the device Canon DXC-D35H/D35PH

Device: Canon DXC-D35H/D35PH
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Date of adding : 2014-11-23 15:14:12
Number of pages: 108
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3-203-895-13(1)
Color Video Camera
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
WS
DXC-D35K/D35PK
DXC-D35L/D35PL
DXC-D35WSL/D35WSPL
DXC-D35H/D35PH
2000 by Sony Corporation

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WARNING WARNING Battery may explode if mistreated. Do not recharge, disassemble or dispose of in fire. To prevent fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. Note Keep the lithium battery out of the reach of children. Should the battery be swallowed, consult a doctor To avoid electrical shock, do not open immediately. the cabinet. Refer servicing to qualified personnel only. ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig håndtering. Udskiftning må kun ske med batt

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For customers in the USA (for DXC-D35K/D35L/D35WSL/ D35H) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause ha

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Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1 Product Configurations .................................................... 7 Overview Features ............................................................................. 9 Features on the DXC-D35/D35P/D35WSL/D35WSPL ..... 9 Features on the DXC-D35WSL/D35WSPL ...................... 12 Location and function of Parts ......................................13 Camera Head ..................................................................... 13 VCL-918B

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Chapter 3 Basic Procedure for Shooting........................................43 Shooting Using the DynaLatitude Function ..................................... 45 Shooting with the DSR-1/1P ...........................................46 Using the ClipLink Function ............................................. 46 Using the Edit Search Function While Back Space Editing .......................................................................... 48 Using the Freeze Mix Function .......................

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Table of Contents Chapter 5 White Balance Adjustment .............................................79 Adjustments and Saving an Appropriate White Balance Value Settings in Memory .................................................................... 79 Using the Preset White Balance Settings .......................... 81 Light Sources and Color Temperatures ............................. 81 Using the ATW (Auto Tracing White Balance) Function...........................................................

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Chapter1 Overview Product Configurations The eight models, DXC-D35K, DXC-D35L/D35WSL, versions and the components as shown in the figure on DXC-D35H, DXC-D35PK, DXC-D35PL/D35WSPL, next page. The operation of the basic camera unit is and DXC-D35PH, comprise both NTSC and PAL the same in all cases. Chapter 1 Overview 7

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Chapter 1 Overview Product Configurations DXC-D35K/D35PK DXC-D35L/D35PL Microphone VCT-U14 Tripod RM-LG1 Remote Control Unit Adaptor DXF-801/801CE Viewfinder DXC-D35H/D35PH Test chart for flange focal length adjustment a) DXC-D35/D35P/D35WS / VCL-918BY a) b) D35WSP Camera Head Zoom Lens a) DXC-D35WSL/D35WSPL only b) Illustration: DXC-D35WS/D35WSP Camera adaptor The product kit does not include a camera adaptor: to use a camera adaptor, you will need to purchase a model CA-537/537P or CA-327/327

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Chapter 1 Overview Features Variety of detail corrections Features on the DXC-D35/D35P/ • Skin detail function: this function gives a slightly D35WSL/D35WSPL softer appearance to the subject’s face. The target skin color can be automatically set. The DXC-D35WSL/S35WSPL is a 16:9 wide-screen • Black halo correction type (4:3-16:9 switchable) digital video camera while • Red/green vertical detail correction: this function the DXC-D35/D35P is a 4:3 standard-screen type performs vertical detail c

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Chapter 1 Overview Features Programmable gain ClipLink™ Function (when using DSR- The amount of gain relative to the GAIN switch 1/1P) setting (H, M, or L) can be programmed as –3 dB, 0 1) dB, 3 dB, 6 dB, 9 dB, 12 dB, 18 dB, 18 dB+DPR , 24 The ClipLink function can be used at every step from dB, acquisition to editing. Information necessary for 24 dB+DPR and hyper gain. editing is recorded when shooting to ensure fast and efficient editing operations. Hyper gain When you set a recording start

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Chapter 1 Overview Dual zebra pattern display Designed for ease of operation Two types of zebra patterns, zebra 1 and zebra 2 can be displayed simultaneously or independently. The Dynafit Pad zebra 1 can be set to the levels ranging from 70 to 90 Thanks to the Dynafit Pad which fits well to the IRE on the DXC-D35/D35WSL (or from 70 to 90% on shoulder, the camera is stable on the shoulder. the DXC-D35P/D35WSPL) and the zebra 2 indicates the levels of 100 IRE for the DXC-D35/D35WSL or Slide cover

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Chapter 1 Overview Features Features on the DXC-D35WSL/ D35WSPL Features only on the DXC-D35WSL/S35WSPL is described in this section. See “Features on the DXC- D35/D35P/D35WSL/D35WSPL” (page 9) for common features on a 4:3 standard-screen type digital video camera and 16:9 wide-screen type digital video camera. Switchable between 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios A simple menu operation provides instant switching between the 16:9 and 4:3 aspect ratios. In 4:3 mode, a screen equivalent to a 4:3 screen i

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts Camera Head Right side view 1 EZ MODE button and indicator 2 EZ FOCUS button 3 EDIT SEARCH buttons 4 Slide cover lock qf REC TIME switch qg TTL RESET button TTL ON qh SKIN DTL switch DUR OFF OFF TTL RESET SET qj SKIN DTL SET button REC TIME SKIN DTL qk SET UP switch FILE ON ON ql HYPER GAIN switch OFF OFF STD ZEBRA HYPER SETUP GAIN w; ZEBRA switch DOWN/OFF UP/ON wa UP/ON button ws DOWN/OFF button 5 A.IRIS MODE switch and indicator 6 ATW button an

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts 1 EZ (“easy”) MODE button and indicator 5 A.IRIS (auto iris) MODE switch and indicator Depress this button (EZ mode on) when you want to When you use the auto iris function (by setting the iris be able to shoot immediately, with automatic selector on the lens to A), set this switch to suit the adjustment of the camera settings to standard values. shooting conditions. Selecting BACK L gives more (See page 68.) When this function is used, the iri

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Chapter 1 Overview CAM/DL: This setting uses the DynaLatitude Note function, which finely adjusts the contrast of each The recording time displayed when this switch is set pixel according to a histogram of luminance signal to the TTL or DUR position is obtained by counting levels. Access advanced menu page 2 to set the the duration of the internal reference signal input to DynaLatitude function ON or OFF. The the camera. DynaLatitude effect can be set to any of three The value may not agree e

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts w; ZEBRA switch wa UP/ON button Set this switch to the ON position to display a zebra Use this button to open displays and to make “ON” pattern (diagonal stripes) in the viewfinder. settings. When using the advanced menus, use this Depending on the zebra setting in advanced menu page button to change menu pages or to switch to the 4 (page 65), the zebra 1 for video levels between 70 to ordinary screen display. 90 IRE (or 70 to 90%) and the zebra

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Chapter 1 Overview 6 SHUTTER switch 8 AUDIO LEVEL knob Use this switch to set the shutter speed, CLS (clear When the DSR-1/1P is attached, you can use this knob scan), or EVS setting (see page 84). Usually, set this to manually adjust the channel 1 audio recording level. switch to OFF. 9 WHT/BLK (white/black) switch 7 TAKE button This switch is used for automatic adjustment of the Press this button to specify an editing point (Mark IN/ white balance and black balance. (See pages 79 to 83.) OUT

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts 2 7 REMOTE connector 1 (mini-jack) qa LENS connector (12-pin, for /3-inch lens) Connect the RM-LG1 Remote Control Unit to enable Connect the lens connector. remote operation of the ClipLink function. qs VF (viewfinder) connector (8-pin) 8 MONITOR OUT connector (BNC) This is the connector for the DXF-41/51 viewfinder. Outputs both the camera video and the character information as displayed on the viewfinder screen. Note You can connect an optional

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Chapter 1 Overview VCL-918BY Zoom Lens 1 Iris ring 4 M button 5 F.B adjustment ring and F.B fixing screw 2 Zoom ring 6 MACRO ring 3 Focus ring 7 ZOOM selector 8 Zoom remote control Lens hood connector 9 Lens connector qs Instant automatic iris adjustment button 0 RET button qd IRIS selector qf Motorized zoom lever qa VTR button Chapter 1 Overview 19

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts 1 Iris ring 0 RET (return) button For manual iris control, set the IRIS selector qd to the This allows you to check the video signal as follows. “M” position, and turn this ring. When operating with a portable VTR connected via other equipment: when the VTR is in 2 Zoom ring recording, pressing this button connects the E-E For direct manual zoom control, set the ZOOM video signal1) from the VTR to the viewfinder. selector 7 to the “MANU.” positi


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