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For your safety 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 unauthorized modifications. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, 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
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Overview This new-generation all-format HD camera is designed to support the 1080I format. By way of providing support for the 1080I format, this model uses newly developed 2/3z CCDs with 2.2 million pixels [1920 (H) x 1080 (V)]. By taking a fresh approach to the on-chip lens, CCD structure and processes, these new CCDs embody dramatically improved sensitivity, smear and dynamic range specifications compared with conventional CCDs, and they achieve a high performance which is on a par with that
Controls and their functions A B C AUTO W / B BAL AWB OFF g ON b ABB MENU SEL SHUTTER h c VTR / RET ed fD C B OFF ON k A ? OPT 23 23 1 4 1 4 = @ RET A RET B CALL > 1 1 OFF OFF 9 ; 2 2 PGM PGM PGM : < TALK LEVEL TALK ON ON OFF OFF 5 7 PTT PTT INCOM1 INCOM2 8 6 INCOM1 INCOM2 4 2 BREAKER D POWER RET 3 CONT 1 E CCU OFF EXT EXT I/O J O F TALLY RCB P OUT EARPHONE TRUNK PUSH PUSH DC IN Q G F R PROMPTER OUT H GL IN MIC1 MIC2 LMN KI 5 PUSH
OPT FIBER Controls and their functions V _ R NAM G Y /C B W FILTER LOCAL MONI SEL R X S ND CC FILTER 1 CAP 3200K A U 1 A 2 CLEAR 4300K B Y 3 1 / 4ND 6300K C 4 1/16ND CROSS D 5 1/64ND DF0 E T Z ^ ] \ CAM/VTR GAIN OUTPUT W.BAL ON ON LOW CAM B MID BAR A [ STBY SAVE HIGH TEST PRST PTT USER SEL _ a ` VF i F 1 ULTI FORMAT DIGITAL CAMERA SYSTEM MONITOR OUT HD SDI OUT LENS AUX OUT MIC1 PROMPTER/GL E j 6 PHANT OFF PHANT OFF AB AB –30 –40 –50 –30 –40 –50 –20 –60 –20 –60 (dB) (dB) MIC1 MIC2 PT
Controls and their functions A Lens mount (Bayonet type) < INCOM2 PGM level control [INCOM2 PGM] This is where the lens is mounted. This is used to adjust the INCOM2 and PGM mixing level. B Lens clamp lever The lens is inserted into the lens mount A, and this lever = RET-A selector switch [RET A] is then turned to clamp the lens in place. This switch is used to select the return images to be switched by RET-A. C Lens cable, mic cable clamps These are used to clamp the lens cable and mic cable in
Controls and their functions J RCB connector [RCB] W Optical filter selector switch [FILTER LOCAL] The simplified remote control unit (RCB, optional This is pressed to adjust the optical filter manually. accessory) is connected to this connector. When it is pressed again, the optical filter can be controlled by the ROP. K External power supply input connector [DC IN] The input of the external DC power supply is connected X Monitor output selector switch [MONI SEL] to this connector. (DC 12V) Th
Controls and their functions c JOG dial button g Lens connector [LENS] Turning the JOG dial while the menu screen is displayed The lens cable is connected to this connector. moves the cursor to the setting items. The menu settings are established by operating this dial button. h Front MIC1 connector [MIC1] For details on the menu operations, refer to the section A microphone (optional accessory) is connected here. on the menu operations. The power supply for the microphone can be connected from
Mounting the lens 1 Raise the lens clamp lever, and remove the mount cap. 4 Insert the cable into the cable clamp and connect it to the LENS connector. LENS connector Lens clamp lever Mount cap 2 Align the center mark on the lens with the groove at the
Adjusting the lens flange back Adjust the flange back (distance from the surface where the lens is mounted to the surface where the images are formed) if the subject fails to be precisely focused at both the telephoto and wide-angle settings when zoom operations are to be performed. Once adjusted, the flange back does not need to be adjusted again unless the lens is replaced. Adjustment method
Performing the viewfinder adjustments (The viewfinder is an optional accessory.) Attaching the viewfinder 1 Check that the camera’s POWER switch is at the OFF 5 Connect the plug to the viewfinder’s connector. position.
Performing the viewfinder adjustments (The viewfinder is an optional accessory.) Left or right position adjustment Forwrd or backward position adjustment 1 Loosen the stopper screw. 1 Rotate the viewfinder forward/backward position fixing lever towards the outside to release the it from the locked position. Stopper screw Lever Viewfinder Viewfinder 2 Move the viewfinder to the left or right to adjust its 2 Move the viewfinder forward or backward to adjust its position. position. 3 Tighten the st
Connecting a microphone When the microphone is mounted on the viewfinder (optional accessory) for use The microphone of the microphone kit AJ-MC700P (optional accessory) can be mounted on the viewfinder. 1 Open the microphone holder. 4 If the audio channel whose signals are to be recorded so requires, set the AUDIO IN switch to F. INCOM1 INCOM2 BREAKER POWER RET CONT SEE MANUAL CCU OFF EXT EXT I/O TALLY RCB OUT EARPHONE TRUNK DC IN PUSH PUSH F R PROMPER OUT GL IN MIC1 MIC2 Microphone holde
Mounting the camera on a tripod Use the tripod attachment, available as an optional Detaching the camera from the tripod attachment accessory, to mount the camera on a tripod. While pushing the red lever, move the black lever in the direction of the arrow, and slide the camera toward the back. 1 Mount the tripod attachment on the tripod.
Component system configuration An example of the standard system consisting of the Multi-Format Camera (AK-HC930P) and peripheral components is described below and shown on the following page. The MSU (AK-MSU930P) is not required unless a multiple number of cameras are to be controlled. The basic system configuration includes the lens, Multi-Format Camera, 2z viewfinder, camera control unit (CCU) and remote operation panel (ROP). System block diagram SD CARD CARD RESET ALARM REF FILE LOCAL ALL
Component system configuration Outline of peripheral components Component connections in an SD system 1 Camera control unit (CCU: AK-HCU931P) 1 Component connections This is the Multi-Format Camera’s camera control unit. It Refer to pages 18 to 20 for the component connections. is connected to the Multi-Format Camera using an optical After all the components have been connected (the fiber cable (optional accessory). monitor system may be connected afterward), set the As a standard feature, it s
System connections 1 (with Multi-Format Camera) 2z viewfinder AJ-HVF20P NAM R G Y /C B FILTER LOCAL MONI SEL OPEN CABLESHORT ALARM TALLY/CALL FUSE FUSE 125V 5A 250V 2.5A ND FILTER CC 1 CAP 3200K A 1 A 2 CLEAR 4300K B 3 1 / 4ND 6300K C LEVEL PGN1 PGN 4 1/16ND CROSS D OFF 5 1/64ND DF0 E MAIN HEAD POWER PGN2 COXN PUSH PRIVATE MIC ON OFF PTT Camera control unit CAM/VTR GAIN OUTPUT W.BAL ON ON LOW CAM B MID BAR A Lens STBY SAVE HIGH TEST PRST AK-HCU931P PTT USER SEL Multi-Format Camera AK-HC
System connections 2 (with build-up unit) Large lens Build-up unit AK-HBU931P 8z LCD viewfinder AK-HVF931P NAM R G Y /C B FILTER LOCAL MONI SEL OPEN CABLESHORT ALARM TALLY/CALL FUSE FUSE 125V 5A 250V 2.5A ND FILTER CC 1 CAP 3200K A 1 A 2 CLEAR 4300K B 3 1 / 4ND 6300K C LEVEL PGN1 PGN 4 1/16ND CROSS D OFF 5 1/64ND DF0 E MAIN HEAD POWER PGN2 COXN PUSH PRIV MIC ATE ON OFF PTT Camera control unit CAM/VTR GAIN OUTPUT W.BAL ON ON LOW CAM B MID BAR A STBY SAVE HIGH TEST PRST AK-HCU931P PTT USER
System connections 3 (with MSU) SD CARD CARD RESET ALARM REF FILE LOCAL ALL CABLE REF STORE STORE HEAD POWER ALL TALLY NAM R G Y /C B AUTO CLOSE BAR TEST WHITE BLACK SET UP CAMERA 1 2 3 4 5 6 FILTER LOCAL MONI SEL MODE MONITOR FLARE BLK GAMMA KNEE WHITE HD. MATRIX SD. MATRIX CHARACTER 5600K OFF GAMMA ON OFF OFF CLIP OFF OFF OFF ON PM R G B SEC ENC MONITOR HD. DTL SD. DTL HD. FACE SD. FACE OFF OFF ON ON WFM R G B SEC ENC ND FILTER CC 1 CAP 3200K A SCENE FILE 1 A 2 CLEAR 4300K B 1 2 3 4 STORE
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