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DIGITAL VIDEO CASSETTE
For your safety ’ FCC NOTE: CAUTION This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK Rules. To assure continued compliance follow the DO NOT OPEN attached installation instructions and do not make any unauthorized modifications. CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE COVER (OR BACK). This equipment has been tested and found to NO USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL. comply with the limits for a Class A digital dev
Contents 2 Using the AJ-MC700P Microphone Kit Safety Precautions (Option) Mounted to the Main Unit 37 5 General and Features Mounting the AJ-MH700P Microphone Features of the Camera Section 5 Holder (Option) 38 8 Features of the VTR Section Using the Microphone not Mounted to 9 System Configuration the Main Unit 39 Controls and Their Functions Mounting a Wireless Microphone 41 Power Supply Section 10 Connecting an Audio Component 41 Accessory Mounting Section 11 Audio Function Section 12 Mountin
Contents Recording Displays Remaining Battery Level and Audio Basic Procedures 89 Level Displays 60 Successive Shooting 92 VTR Section Operation/Status-Related Playback-Checking Recorded Contents Displays 60 Rec Review 94 Time Code-Related Displays 61 Color Playback 94 Adjusting the Time and Date 62 Connection With an External VTR 95 Adjustments and Setup During Recording Recording Simultaneously with the Adjustments and Setup using the Setting Internal VTR and an External VTR 96 Menu 63 Setting
General and Features The model AJ-D700 integrates a color video camera which employs three frame interline transfer (FIT) CCDs with 410,000 device on-chip lenses with a DVCPRO format VTR which is equipped with the latest compression technology. The AJ-D700 is particularly compact and light weight with low power consumption, and realizes the optimal functions and performance for an electronic news gathering (ENG) VTR-integrated camera such as high picture quality and sensitivity, mobility, dustpr
Features High-performance viewfinder The high-resolution CRT projects a detailed picture which facilitates focus operations. The viewfinder employs a low flare CRT which makes the screen easy to see. A center marker which indicates the center of the screen and a safety zone marker which indi- cates the effective screen region can be displayed by menu operations. A large aperture allows the screen to be easily seen even when the operator’ s eye is removed from the eyepiece. The eyepiece can easil
Recording by an external VTR When an external VTR is connected using the 26-pin output adaptor (option, AJ-YA700P), record- ing can be performed by the external VTR instead of the internal VTR. Remote control Connecting the Extension Control Unit (option, AQ-EC1) allows a portion of the camera section functions to be operated by remote control. -7 -
Features Features of the VTR section Digital system The VTR section features a component digital recording system that employs the latest compres- sion technology and non-compressed PCM recording for audio. This system provides superior S/N, frequency band and waveform characteristics as well as reproduction of detailed areas, etc., and realizes even higher picture and sound quality. Rec review function This function automatically rewinds the tape and plays back the last two seconds recorded, al
System Configuration Shoulder 26P output Microphone kit Wireless VTR cable VTR belt adaptor AJ-MC700P microphone AJ-YA700P receiver WX-RA700 Microphone holder AJ-MH700P Battery case Panasonic Battery SHAN-B220 AU-BP220 Sony Battery NP-1 Viewfinder Battery Battery case Panasonic Battery charger AU-M402H AU-BP402 AG-B425 Lens (Bayonet type) Anton Bauer Battery Fujinon/Canon Camera/VTR Sony Battery Battery case AJ-D700 BP-90 AC adaptor Rain cover AU-B110 SHAN-RC700 Soft carrying case AJ-SC700 Clean
Controls and Their Functions Power Supply Section Battery holder The battery pack (option) made by Anton Bauer is mounted onto this holder. DC IN (external power input) connector (XLR, 4P) The AU-B110 AC adaptor (option) is plugged into this socket when the unit is to be operated by AC power. An external battery is plugged in when an external battery is to be used to operate the unit. BREAKER (circuit breaker) button In order to protect the equipment, the circuit breaker is tripped and the power
Accessory Mounting Section Hook for mounting shoulder belt Attach the accessory shoulder belt to this hook. Light shoe Mount the video light, etc. onto this shoe. Lens mount (bayonet type) Mount the lens here. Lens clamping lever Insert the lens into the lens mount , and turn the lens mount ring using this lever to clamp the lens. Lens mount cap Press up the lens clamping lever to remove this cap. Keep the cap in place if the lens is not going to be mounted. Lens cable clamp This is for clamping
Controls and Their Functions Audio Function Section (1) AUDIO LEVEL CH1 (audio channel 1 recording level) control When the AUDIO SELECT CH1/CH2 switch is set to MAN, the recording level of audio channel 1 can be adjusted by this control in addition to the AUDIO LEVEL CH1 control on the side panel. MIC IN (microphone input) jack (XLR, 3-pin) Connect an optional microphone to this jack. The power for the microphone is supplied from this jack. Audio Function Section (2) AUDIO LEVEL CH1/CH2 (audio c
the sound from the speaker — Audio Function Section (3) ALARM (warning tone volume) control This adjusts the warning tone volume heard from the speaker or the earphone connected to When it is set to the lowest position, the warning tone is not audible. the PHONES jack However, by making changes to the inside parts, the tone can be made audible even when the control is at its lowest position. MONITOR (volume) control This adjusts the volume of the sound other than the warning tone s operation or
Controls and Their Functions Shooting (Recording)/Playback Function Section (1) Viewfinder Black-and-white images can be seen in the viewfinder during recording and playback. Warn- ings and messages relating to the unit’ s operating status and settings, zebra pattern, markers (safety zone marker, center marker), etc. can also be seen. PEAKING control This is used to adjust the contours of the images inside the viewfinder to facilitate focusing. It does not affect the camera’s output signals. CON
Shooting (Recording)/Playback Function Section (2) CC/ND FILTER (filter selector) knob This selects the filter to match the light source which is illuminating the subject. If the setting of this knob is changed when the menu display mode has been set to “3” (default setting), the new setting will appear for about 3 seconds on the setting change message dis- play area of the viewfinder screen. The knob and filter settings are Examples of filter settings to listed below. match shooting conditions
Controls and Their Functions Shooting (Recording)/Playback Function Section (3) OUTPUT (output signal selector)/AUTO KNEE switch This switch selects the video signals which are to be output from the camera unit to the VTR unit, viewfinder and video monitor. The AUTO KNEE function can be used when the images shot by the camera have been selected. OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE switch setting positions BARS Color bar signals are output. The AUTO KNEE circuit is not activated. Set the switch to this position in
ECU REMOTE (remote control) connector (6-pin) Connect the AQ-EC1 extension control unit (option) here.
Controls and Their Functions Shooting (Recording)/Playback Function Section (4) VTR START button When this pressed, recording commences; when it is pressed again, recording stops. This but- ton has the same function as the VTR button on the lens side. VTR SAVE/STBY (tape protection) switch This selects the power supply status while the VTR recording is temporarily stopped (REC PAUSE). SAVE: This is the tape protection mode. The cylinder is stopped in the half-loading status. Compared with the ST
EJECT (cassette eject) button Press this to insert or eject the cassette. REW (rewind) button Press this to rewind the tape. Its lamp lights during rewinding. If this button is pressed during playback, the playback images are rewound at approximately quadruple speed while the button is held down. FF (fast forward) button Press this to fast forward the tape. Its lamp lights during fast forwarding. If this button is pressed during playback, the playback images are fast forwarded at approxi- mately
Controls and Their Functions Menu Operation Section Setup card insertion slot The optional setup cards are inserted into this slot. MENU SET/OFF switch This displays the setting menu on the viewfinder screen. SET: The page on which the previous setting menu operations were completed appears on the viewfinder screen. (When the menu is used for the first time, the first of the pages which can be displayed appears.) OFF: The setting menu is not displayed on the viewfinder screen, SHIFT/ITEM button
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