Panasonic AW-E860L user manual

User manual for the device Panasonic AW-E860L

Device: Panasonic AW-E860L
Size: 7,76 MB
Date of adding : 2014-11-29 15:26:37
Number of pages: 292
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Convertible Camera
AW-E860L
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd.
Web Site: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
Printed in Japan
Gedruckt in Japan
Imprimé au Japon
Stampato in Giappone
Before attempting to connect, operate or adjust this product,
Impreso en Japón
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please read these instructions completely.
VQTB0093 F0505S0 D
ESPAÑOL ITALIANO FRANÇAIS DEUTSCH ENGLISH

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ENGLISH VERSION Accesorios estándar Hoja de goma ..................................................................... 1 Tornillos .............................................................................. 2 Adaptador de montaje ........................................................ 1 Espaciador de montaje ....................................................... 1 DO NOT REMOVE PANEL COVER BY $ CAUTION: UNSCREWING. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK To reduce the risk of electric shock, do

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CONTENTS Preface ............................................................................... 3 Features .............................................................................. 4 Special notes on operation ................................................. 5 Precautions ......................................................................... 6 Major operating controls and their functions ....................... 8 Mounting ................................................................

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Preface • The Panasonic AW-E860L is a digital signal processing • Option cards may also be installed. colour video camera that incorporates three 2/3” wide CCDs. A digital video signal processing system is packed ❈ The following cards are not available for AW-E860; in a compact, lightweight body while assuring high picture · AW-PB301 Component studio card: quality, high reliability and high performance. Use AW-PB305. · AW-PB302 RGB card: • System setup and adjustments can be easily performed by

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Features 1. Digital video signal processing for high quality, high 9. Chroma detail correction enables clear shots of dark reliability, high performance, lightweight and compact colour objects. size. 10. A dark detail circuit provides natural edge correction to 2. Resolution: 850 lines (HIGH BAND DTL: ON), any object in a dark scene. S/N ratio: 63 dB (DNR ON) 11. The 12-axis digital colour matrix enables users’ to create 3. Minimum illumination: 0.4 lx (F1.7, Night Eye H mode) images of their ch

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Special notes on operation • Turn power off before connecting or disconnecting cables. • Connection or disconnection of any studio cable, RCB cable or other cable to any unit of equipment must be performed while power is off. • While the camera is in automatic mode; Shooting of bright objects in ELC operation mode may result in a smeared picture unique to the CCD. The ATW function under fluorescent illumination can adversely change the white balance. • There is a cooling fan inside. It is an exp

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Precautions DON’TS • Do not attempt to disassemble the camera, remote control • Do not expose the camera or remote control unit (RCU) to unit (RCU) or other units. In order to prevent electric rain or moisture, and do not try to operate the equipment in shock, do not remove screws or covers. There are no wet conditions. Do not operate the camera or RCU if it user-serviceable parts inside. becomes wet. • Do not abuse the camera. Avoid striking, shaking, etc. • Do not operate the camera or remote

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Precautions DOS • Refer any servicing to qualified service personnel. • Take immediate action if ever the camera or RCU should become wet. Turn the power off and have the unit checked • Handle the camera with care. by an authorized service facility. • Protect the precision made lens by placing the lens cap • Follow normal safety precautions to avoid personal injury. over when the camera is not in use. If the lens is not installed, protect the surface of the prism by placing the • Use the camera

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Major operating controls and their functions - 8 (E) - ENGLISH

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Major operating controls and their functions 2Lens fixing ring knob Rotate the lens fixing ring knob counterclockwise and remove the lens mount cap. Mount the lens on the camera and rotate the lens fixing ring knob clockwise in order to fix the lens securely. 3Mounting hole A screw hole (1/4” - 20 UNC) for mounting the camera on a wall, ceiling with a mounting bracket or tripod. 4Cooling fan • Do not cover the port or otherwise block ventilation during operation. Internal heat buildup can cause

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6MENU switch (MENU/A) 9NO/BAR switch (NO/BAR/–) A menu will appear on the monitor screen when this The item just below can be selected by pressing this switch is pressed for about 5 seconds. This item can be switch while the Sub Menu is on the screen. selected by pressing the switch while the menu is on the While the Sub Menu is displayed any setting can be screen. brought down to a lower value with this switch. When the menu is not displayed or the camera is in shooting mode, the colour bar and

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Major operating controls and their functions

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Mounting • Lenses of any make can be mounted on the camera as 1. Lens mounting long as they are equipped with a 2/3” standard bayonet. Rotate the lens fixing ring knob counterclockwise and • Use the lens extension cable AW-CA12T12A (6”/15 cm) if remove the lens mount cap. Mount the lens on the your lens cable is too short. camera and rotate the lens fixing ring knob clockwise in order to fix the lens securely. Connect the camera cable to the IRIS connector on the back panel of the camera. To len

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Mounting 2. Camera mounting 1. To mount a camera on a pan/tilt head or a mounting bracket or the like, attach the mounting adapter (supplied) to the bottom of the camera in case of bottom mounting. When changing the camera mounting adapter, use a screwdriver or similar tool to tighten the screws firmly. Camera mounting bracket (WV-831) Mounting adapter $ Preventing the camera from falling or coming off OWhen attaching a camera to the pan/tilt head (AW-PH400, 2. Fix the camera mounting base, pan/

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Flange back adjustment (For zoom lens) 1. Fully open the iris by shooting a dark object. (Iris selection switch should be set to M.) FOCUS ring Flange back adjust ring 2. Loosen the flange back lock knob. 3. Aim the camera at any object over 2 meters away from the camera. 4. Set the lens to its TELE end first and adjust its focus with the focus ring. 5. Set the lens to its widest angle next and adjust its focus Flange back lock knob with the flange back adjust ring. 6. Adjust the focus ring and

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Iris gain control in a lens Iris gain control (G, S) An iris gain control hole is usually provided in the front of the lens. Adjustment of the iris gain, with a screwdriver through the hole may be done as follows. (Shape and location of the hole may vary depending on the type of lens.) 1. Turn the iris selection switch to Position A (AUTO). 2. Rotate the iris gain control to the maximum gain, but in a range where no hunting or oscillating of the iris ring develops. Automatic iris power zoom lens

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Connections Caution: The connection and installation should be done by qualified service personnel or system installers. Refer any servicing to qualified service personnel. $ Connection of device with a composite input connector • Connection to any device which has a composite input connector, such as a video monitor or a VTR, must be made through the VIDEO OUT connector. • Power supply to the camera must be through the DC cable with ø6.5 plug supplied with AW-PS505A. • For DC power supply, use

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Connections $ Connection of a remote control unit (RCU) Connection to the RCU (WV-RC700A, WV-RC550) is made Notes: through the optional RCU cable AW-CA50A26. • The maximum extension distance between the camera and WV-RC700A is 300 m. The maximum extension 1. Turn RCU power off before connecting cables. distance between the camera and WV-RC550 is 100 m. 2. Set the cable selection switch of the RCU to MULTI • Use the following options for cable extension. (in case of using the WV-RC700A). Studio

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$ Connection of a remote control box (RCB) The RCB (WV-CB700A) and the camera must be connected Notes: with the optional RCB cable AW-CA50T10. • The monitor output signals of the RCB attenuate and deteriorate with cable length. It is recommended that the 1. Turn RCB power off before connecting cables. signals from the monitor output be used for monitoring 2. Connect the 50-pin connector of the RCB cable to I/F purposes only. REMOTE connector of the camera. The 10-pin connector • No gen-lock sign

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Connections $ Connection with multiple cameras (Colour lock mode) An example of connection for VBS/BB input (Colour • Do not switch off the camera used for supplying the lock mode). reference signals. • One of the multiple cameras is used as the source of • Adjust the SC-phase and H-phase at the video output reference signals. connector. • Supply a synchronizing signal (BB) to the G/L input connectors of each cameras. CAMERA VIDEO OUT G/L IN VIDEO OUT External sync signal (BB) INPUT OUTPUT Camer


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