Sony XCD-V60, XCD-SX90, XCD-U100 user manual

User manual for the device Sony XCD-V60, XCD-SX90, XCD-U100

Device: Sony XCD-V60, XCD-SX90, XCD-U100
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Date of adding : 2014-10-16 13:53:13
Number of pages: 38
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A-CUJ-100-11 (1)
Digital Camera
Module
Technical Manual
XCD-V60CR/SX90CR/U100CR
(Color model)
XCD-V60/SX90/U100
(Black and white model)
© 2007 Sony Corporation

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Control Table of Contents Camera Command Status Register ....................16 ConfigurationROM ..............................................17 Control Base Address ..........................................19 Overview Inquiring about Supported Video Modes ..........19 Main Features ........................................................ 3 Video Mode Settings (S800) ................................20 System Components .............................................. 4 Video Mode Settings (S400)

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Overview the cameras, or exposure starts on all the cameras Overview simultaneously using a software trigger. The six models of the XCD-series digital camera Memory channel modules (Black and white models and RAW color The memory channel allows storage of up to 15 sets of models) employing the IEEE1394b-2002 standard are camera settings such as gain and shutter. equipped with quality digital camera features. Although it is compact, the camera allows high-speed Bulk trigger mode image trans

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Overview System Components The camera module imaging system comprises the following products. Products 1 to 4 are used for the basic configuration, and 1 to 7 for the optional configuration. (All the products except the camera module are available separately.) 1 2 3 6 4 5 7 1 Camera module 6 DC-700/700CE camera adaptor (Sony) This is a small-size, high-resolution, camera Connect this adaptor to the camera module to module using a CCD image sensor. enable power supply from an ordinary AC power

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Overview Connection Diagram XCD-V60/V60CR/SX90/ SX90CR/U100/U100CR C-mount lens IEEE1394b cable Host adaptor card Host equipment (PC, etc.) VCT-ST70I Tripod Adaptor 5

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Overview Rear Location and Function of Parts and Operation Front/Top/Bottom 4 IEEE1394b connectors Connect an IEEE1394b camera cable (not supplied) to this connector. Pin No. Signal Pin No. Signal 1TPB– 6 VG 2TPB+ 7 NC 3TPA– 8 VP 4TPA+ 9 TPBG 5TPAG 1 Lens mount (C-mount) 5 12-pin I/O connector Attach any C-mount lens or other optical When power from the IEEE1394b connector is equipment. insufficient, power is supplied through this connector. Note Connect a camera cable such as the CCXC-12P0

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Overview Installation Fitting the lens 1 IEEE1394b connector 2 Fixing screws 3 IEEE1394b camera cable (not supplied) Note Loose fixing screws may cause a poor connection or damage to the camera or cable. Be sure to tighten the 1 Remove the lens mount cap. fixing screws. 2 Screw in the lens (not supplied), and turn it until it is secured. When power supply from the Note IEEE1394b connector is Clean the optical filter with a commercially available insufficient blower brush to remove dust. Pow

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Functions Functions 16 s Gain 2 Both Manual and Auto Gain settings are available with this camera. The variable range extends from 0 to 24 dB for the black and white models or from 0 to 18 dB for the color 1 s models. The camera is designed so that the gain can be 1 subdivided and set by 0.0359 dB. At the factory default setting, the gain is set to 0 dB. 10 µs When Auto Gain is selected, the gain is adjusted 3 1000 1150 automatically, based on the brightness of the subject. At this time,

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Functions Auto Exposure Lookup Table AutoExposure is a function that automatically adjusts The lookup table of this camera consists of 1,024 tables the gain and shutter settings, based on the brightness of with10-bit input and 10-bit output. the subject. When the gain or shutter is set to Auto, the The lookup table allows setting of an arbitrary gamma brightness is adjusted automatically to the value curve or binary segmentation. specified with AutoExposure. 3 × 3 Image Filter Gamma For black

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Functions Trigger Trigger Trigger shutter is useful for capturing images in Exposure response to a trigger that starts the exposure to match a Setting in Memory Setting in Memory preset timing. It can also be used to capture an image channel 2 channel 1 using multiple cameras with the same timing. When a trigger shutter is used, the required trigger is Trigger mode 15 (Sequential trigger mode) input via the 12-pin connector on the rear panel. The Trigger mode 15 allows shooting of images

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Functions Pan/Tilt Hue (Color models only) Pan/Tilt is a function used to move a camera up and When the white balance cannot be obtained with the R down or left and right. However this camera supports a and B level adjustment, you can change the G level by video mode much smaller than the CCD’s effective hue adjustment. Normally use the default hue setting. pixels by cutting out images from the whole screen. You can specify the portion to be cut out using Pan/Tilt commands. Trigger Delay Th

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Functions Strobe Control Test Charts A strobe control signal is assigned in the 12-pin A color bar chart (for color models only) and a gray connector. This allows direct command of light- scale chart can be output. emission from the strobe connected to the camera and controls the light-emission timing and the signal width. The output terminal is of the open-collector type and Changing Bayer should be pulled at the strobe side. A strobe that emits light by short-circuiting the input to groun

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Functions Memory Shot 1394 Bus Synchronization The camera is equipped with Memory Shot that temporarily stores an image in the frame memory inside Timing used to start exposure is synchronized with the the camera and transfers it later. 1394 bus time cycle register. If cameras are connected to the same bus, they are When multiple cameras are connected in the same bus, automatically synchronized in a 1394 bus operation. As all the cameras may not output images at the same time 800 Mbps ba

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Functions Partial Scan The partial scan is a function for outputting part of a whole image as a region of interest on the whole image. Based on the unit cell as the unit, continuous parts can be selected. Only rectangles can be selected. The screen cannot be cut in convex and L shapes. Vertical (Vertical Direction) Cutting by Partial scan mode Horizontal (Horizontal Direction) The minimum unit size for partial scan is 32 pixels × 24 lines. The cut-out position can be set in unit of 4 pixels ×

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Functions Binning Mode The mode used when the sensitivity is increased and the frame rate is multiplied based on mixing the CCD pixel data, is called the Binning mode. There are two types of binning: 1 × 2 binning when the output image is compressed in the vertical direction only, and 2 × 2 binning when the image is compressed in both the vertical and horizontal directions. When Binning mode is used, set either Format7 Mode1 (2 × 2 binning), or Format7 Mode2 (1 × 2 binning). Format7 Mode4

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Control Control Camera Command Status Register This camera complies with IIDC 1394-based Digital Camera Specification, Version 1.31 (hereinafter referred to as IIDC v1.31). The standards document can be purchased from 1394TA (the 1394 Trade Association). As it is very helpful in understanding the explanations in this Technical Manual, we recommend that you purchase a copy of IIDC v1.31. Memory Map BusID NodeID Must be 1 Address used by the camera bbbbbbbb bbnnnnnn 11111111 11111111

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Control ConfigurationROM The ConfigurationROM is normally used for the OS to identify the device. The serial number and firmware version of the camera are stored in ConfigurationROM to be used when required. Note that the setting method for the serial number and firmware version information is of Sony’s unique specification and is not compatible with cameras of other manufacturers. The following explanation uses XCD-V60CR as an example. Offset 0-7 8-15 16-23 24-31 Bus Info Block 400h 04 22 ROM

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Control For offset address 434h, the length of the UnitDependentInfo is 0Bh Quadlets. CommandRegsBase is the base address of the camera control register. F0000000h + 3c0000h × 4 = F0F00000h The offset address of VendorNameLeaf is required to be 43Ch + 00000Ah × 4 = 464h The offset address of ModelNameLeaf is required to be 440h + 00000Dh × 4 = 474h Unit_sub_sw_version conforms to IIDC Standards, Version 1.31. Vendor_unique_info 0 to Vendor_unique_info 3 are terms of information that the vendor o

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Control Format7 Control Base Address Data Address XCD-V60/ XCD-SX90/ XCD-U100/ Every register address is decided based on the base V60CR SX90CR U100CR address found in the CommandRegsBase field of F0F00180h F8000000h F0000000h F000000h ConfigrationROM. F0F00000h is the control base address on this camera. Next, for each video mode, we will find out which frame rates are supported. Data Inquiring about Address XCD-V60/ XCD-SX90/ XCD-U100/ V60CR SX90CR U100CR Supported Video Modes F0F00214h F

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Control Video Mode Settings Starting/Stopping Video (S800) Transfer (ContinuousShot) Select the video mode you want to use from the tables, and make the required settings. In the device driver, after the preparations for receiving As examples, the register settings for Format0, Mode5, isochronous data are made, video transfer starts when and a frame rate of 60 fps for the XCD-V60; Format2, the following commands are issued. Mode2, and a frame rate of 30 fps for the XCD-SX90, and Format2,


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