Panasonic AJ-D215P user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic AJ-D215P

Device: Panasonic AJ-D215P
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Date of adding : 2014-02-03 15:26:19
Number of pages: 68
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Digital Camera Recorder
AJ- P
Operating Instructions
Printed in Japan
VQT8067-1 @ @
F0199W1049
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RBRC FCC Note: CAUTION This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK To assure continued compliance follow the attached DO NOT OPEN installation instructions and do not make any CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, unauthorized modifications. DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. This equipment has been tested and found to comply REFER TO SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. with the limits for a class A digital device, pur

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Table of Contents Precaution for Use............................................................................5 Features.............................................................................................5 Points to be borne in mind ..............................................................5 System chart .....................................................................................6 Parts and their functions ...........................................................7–12 14

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Normal recording......................................................................43–45 Zebra pattern display ....................................................................44 Gain settings .................................................................................44 High-speed shutter........................................................................45 Audio recording..............................................................................46 Rec review..................

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Precautions for Use 1. Vibration Avoid using this product in any location where it will be subjected to a great deal of vibration. 2. Ambient operating temperature This product is designed to operate across a temperature range of 32°F to 104°F (0°C to +40°C). Adequate care should be taken when the product stet operated outside this range since it may develop differences in interchangeability or it may not function properly, and its active service life will be shortened. 3. Rain, humidity and du

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System chart Camera light Carrying case Digital Video Microphone ABUL2S SHAN-B800 Interface Board WM-L30 Microphone AJ-YAD210P holder AG-MH800P Microphone kit AJ-MC700 5˝ Electronic viewfinder 5˝ Electronic viewfinder WV-VF65B interface adaptor Bracket AG-YA800P WV-Q71 Digital Camera Recorder AJ-D215P Lens (1/3˝ bayonet type) FUJINON T14x5.5BRM O T12x3.8BRM O T18x6.7BRM O AC adaptor A 1/2-inch lens can also be used by employing the Tripod mount adaptor AU-B110 1/2-inch lens adaptor (ACM-12: made

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Parts and their functions => < : @ ? A 9 6 1 23 4 5 ; 7 8 GAIN selector switch White balance selector switch 1 2 When the camera picture is too dark, increase the MEMO: When the AUTO W/B (WHITE/BLACK) gain to brighten the picture by setting this switch. BAL switch on the front panel is operated, the white balance is adjusted 0dB: The switch is normally kept at this automatically, and the adjustment value position. is stored in the internal memory. 6/9dB: The gain of the camera’s video amplifier

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OUTPUT selector switch Earphone (PHONE) jack 3 8 CAM: The video signals shot by the camera This is the earphone (stereo) jack for monitoring are output. the sound. When an earphone is connected, no BAR: The color bar signals are output. sound will be heard from the speaker. Audio input connectors 9 Shown in the figure below are the output levels External microphones are connected here. Line which are shown as color bar signals by this input signals can also be connected by setting an un

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FG @A B CH D E I 5 6 7 8 3 4 9 1 2 ? : > = < ; BRIGHT (brightness) control AUDIO OUT connectors (pin jacks) 1 6 This is used to adjust the brightness of the images in the viewfinder. The images become brighter S-VIDEO OUT connector (Y/C connector) 2 when it is turned clockwise. It has no effect on the CAUTION: camera’s output signals. Bear in mind that if any action that involves playing back a tape on this VTR (such as REC TALLY ON/OFF switch 7 CHECK or retake) is taken while a back-up VTR is

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Lens locking lever Eye cup unlocking lever : D After the lens has been attached to the lens This is used to remove the eye cup. The eye cup mount, this lever is tightened up to lock the lens in is removed by moving the lever in the direction of position. the arrow and then sliding the eye cup free. Lens mount (bayonet type) Viewfinder locking stopper ; E This attaches the lens. This is used to adjust the viewfinder’s position. To adjust the position, loosen the stopper and move the viewfinder

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Function buttons REW STOP FF PLAY EJECT 1 2 1 3 4 REW (rewind)/FF (fast forward) buttons PLAY button/lamp 1 3 When the REW or FF button is pressed while When this button is pressed, play is commenced O the tape has stopped traveling, the tape is and its lamp lights. When it is pressed again, the rewound or fast forwarded at the normal STILL mode is established, and when it is pressed rewinding or fast forwarding speed in the E-E once more, the PLAY mode is established again. mode. When the REW

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6 5 6 MIC SELECT FRONT REAR 0 10 0 10 CH1 CH2 CH 1 AUDIO LEVEL CH 2 MENU ITEM DOWN UP PAGE SET OFF CTL RESET : 7 8 9 Audio input selector (MIC SELECT) switches ITEM button 5 7 These switches are used to select the CH1 and This is used to select menu items. When the : CH2 audio input. MENU switch is at OFF, it functions as the reset FRONT: Set to this position when recording audio button for the CTL counter. signals from the microphone incorporated in the camera. DOWN and UP buttons 8 REAR: Set

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a a 14 Power Zoom Lens (option) 1 2 > 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 : = ; < Automatic iris control Return switch (RET, REC CHECK) 1 5 This enables the automatic iris speed to be This switch is for checking a recording. When it is adjusted. pressed in the recording pause mode, the Removal of the rubber cap reveals the control recording check function is activated, the recorded inside. The speed is increasing by turning the section is played back, and then the recording is control clockwise but take care no

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Iris ring : To adjust the iris, set the lens iris selector switch (IRIS) to M, and turn this ring. Flange back adjustment ring ; To adjust the flange back, loosen the flange back locking knob, and turn this ring. The ring must be adjusted when the lens has been replaced or when a lens has been mounted for the first time. Macro ring < To take close-ups, set the lens all the way to the wide position, and turn this ring. Flange back locking knob = Use this knob to lock the flange back after it has

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Viewfinder displays LED displays AUDIO (yellow): This is not used in this system. TALLY (red): This lights during recording. It flashes as the tape is approaching the recording position from unloading or AUDIO TALLY STBY when trouble has occurred. STBY (green): This is not used in this system. GAIN (yellow): This lights when the camera gain is increased. BATT (yellow): This flashes when the battery charge has dropped. GAIN BATT VTR VTR (yellow): This lights or flashes when trouble has occurred

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Error message displays When an error occurs, an error message appears in the viewfinder. There are two types of error messages: those which appear when the power is switched on, and those which appear during operation. The tables given below indicate the causes and remedial action for the corresponding error messages. Error messages which appear when the power is switched on Error display Cause Remedial action BACKUP BATTERY This appears when the internal clock battery Replace the unit’s back-u

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Error messages which appear during operation Error display Cause Remedial action TOO BRIGHT This appears when the white balance is to be Stop down the iris a little more, and adjust the ERROR adjusted (when the AUTO W/B BAL switch was white balance. If the error display remains, operated) or when the screen is excessively insert the electronic shutter or attach the ND bright. filter. TOO DARK ERROR This appears when the white balance is to be Open the iris a little more, increase the gain (if a

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Preparations Attaching the peripheral units $ Attaching the lens Position the lens, insert it, and lock it in place using the lens locking 1 lever. Lens locking lever Connect the cord to the LENS connector, and secure it using the 2 cable clamp. Cable clamp LENS connector $ Refer to the operating instructions accompanying the lens for Notes: details on handling the lens. $ Attach the lens cap to protect the unit when the lens has been removed. – 18 –

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Mounting the viewfinder Align the positions of the marks (red), and fit into place. 1 Marks (red) Viewfinder Turn the viewfinder locking ring to lock the viewfinder into place. 2 Viewfinder locking ring The viewfinder can be turned by 90 degrees by loosening the locking ring. – 19 –

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Removing the eye cup 1Move the eye cup unlocking lever is the direction indicated by the arrow. Eye cup Eye cup unlocking lever 2Slide the eye cup in the direction indicated to remove it. 2 1 Adjusting the eyepiece position 1Set the eyepiece stopper to FREE. 2Move the eyepiece toward the left or right to a position which affords the easiest viewing. 3Tighten the eyepiece stopper. 3 2 1 Eyepiece stopper Adjusting the eye cup position 1Set the eye cup stopper to FREE. 1 2Adjust the eye cup by movi


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