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Integrated Video-Assist System for the ARRIFLEX 535B
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“Video with data” composite out or C-out (“normal video” or “video with data”) Mini Monitor connector Adjustment wheel for iris IVS lens (“normal video” or “video with data”) ”Normal video” composite out or Y-out (“normal video” or “video with data”) Data in Genlock in IVS Off / On / keyboard locked RS connector
1 Contents 1 Contents .........................................................3 6 Inserter Facilities ........................................41 6.1 Setting the On Screen Displays ..................42 2 Safety Specifications ...................................5 6.2 Main Menu ..............................................44 6.3 Format Markings Menu ............................45 3 General Description of the IVS ..................7 6.4 Status Menu .............................................51 3
Increase gain or Manual Gain Control (ON) cursor up or move inserted windows up or increase value IVS film counter active digit White Balance (Indoor / Outdoor / Automatic) Go to sub menu or ON ON FR move position of inserted windows right or MGC Flickerfree (ON) MGC increase inserter values or STO move IVS film counter acitve digit right WB Mode (Framestore / Compare) MODE CMP ATW MGC ON STO Go to sub menu or COMPOSITE Store Key move position of inserted windows left or ENTER reduce inserter va
2 Safety Specifications Warnings • In order to ensure optimal performance, it is essential that you acquaint yourself with this instruction manual, Note: Operational error possible! and the manual of the ARRIFLEX 535B. Danger of injury • Use the IVS 535B only with ARRIFLEX 535B cameras, or equipment damage possible! and only as described in this manual! • Assembly and initial operation should only be carried General Safety Specifications out by persons who are familiar with the equipment! Attent
Important Notes Product Specifications • In wet weather safety precautions for handling electrical In the case of inquiries or when ordering parts, please equipment should be taken. advise serial number and model. • Avoid operational errors! • Always send the CCD optic module together with the inserter/antiflicker module in case of any service jobs. • Do not touch optical surfaces! • Clean optical surfaces only with a lens brush or a clean Explanation of the Symbols lens cloth! In cases of solid
3 General Description of the IVS The Integrated Video-Assist System (IVS) for the ARRIFLEX • High resolution: 535B ergonomically integrates with a minimum of external The design of the new IVS optics was based on the cabling a complete video assist system into the camera body. 535B’s viewfinder data and resulted in an image quality It offers unsurpassed image quality combined with a state-of- which can not be attained by add-on solutions. the-art inserter to add frame lines, time code, camera st
• Integrated time code inserter: • Automatic and manual gain control: It is possible to insert time code into the video image. The gain is controlled automatically to its best value Thus, the video assist creates a reliable link to video but can also be set manually. editing. The information on “3:2” pull-down, which can be inserted as well, ensures the same reliability in • External synchronization input (Genlock): an NTSC environment. The IVS has an external synchronization input to enable mul
3.2 System Components The IVS consists of: 3.2.1 Optic Silent • Optic Silent and/or ............................ (K2.47298.0) For a complete and working IVS, either the optic silent or • Optic Academy ................................. (K2.47301.0) the optic academy has to be installed inside the CCD optic module. These are easily interchangeable. • Video Electronic complete ......... (K2.47306.0 for PAL or K2.47307.0 for NTSC) The optic silent forms an image on the CCD chip which is based on the
3.2.2 Optic Academy 3.2.3 CCD Optic Module For a complete and working IVS, either the optic silent or The CCD optic module, which is mounted on the ARRI- the optic acacemy has to be installed inside the CCD optic FLEX 535B’s viewfinder system, has to be equipped with module. They are easily interchangeable. a video lens. This module contains the CCD chip and all the necessary elements to center the video image on the The optic academy forms an image on the CCD chip based TV-monitor screen and to
3.2.4 Inserter/Antiflicker Module 3.2.5 RS cable The compact inserter/antiflicker module, which is mounted The RS cable supplies the IVS with power and information on top of the ARRIFLEX 535B’s electronic cover, holds the regarding the camera speed and shutter mirror position. video camera electronic, an anti flicker processor and the It plugs into the ARRIFLEX 535B RS connector and the entire inserter. All electronic control elements, as well as inserter/antiflicker module. Please observe the c
4 Setup 4.1 Inserting the Optic For a complete and working IVS, either the optic silent or protecting cap the optic academy must be installed inside the CCD optic module. A 1.5 mm allen key is used. cover Do not touch optical surfaces. All lenses must be clean. Do not use force. S2 S3 • Turn the protecting cap at the end of the CCD optic module ¤ counter clockwise and remove it to access the lens receptacle. F • Remove the cover on the front side of the CCD optic module ¤ by turning it counter-c
• Insert the video lens with the thread first into the CCD optic module as far as it will go ¤. optic • Turn the lens left or right to insert the iris key into its path and push the lens further in. Close the thread clockwise until the lens is secured. The video lens must be properly inserted into the lens mount until the end of the thread. Uncomplete insertion might result in damage to the beam splitter when attaching the unit to the camera body. • Re-attach the cover and protecting cap on the
4.2 Mounting the IVS on the camera The following tools are needed to mount the IVS: The CCD optic module is mounted on the viewfinder of – 1.2 x 8 mm screwdriver or coin. the ARRIFLEX 535B, the inserter/antiflicker module is placed on top of the electronic cover. If the beam splitter is to be changed: – Phillips screwdriver size 0 • Be sure to use a 80 : 20 beam splitter instead an 50 : 50 – Phillips screwdriver size 1 beam splitter. Change if necessary. – 1.5 mm allen key – Straight pair of twe
4.2.1 Changing the Beam Splitter Note: This is not necessary if a 80 : 20 beam splitter release-key is already installed. Because of the high speed video optic (Academy or Silent), it is no longer necessary to use a 50:50 beam splitter, as it was with other color video assists. The IVS is designed to work with an 80:20 beam splitter. • Press the release key ¤ and take the viewfinder system off the camera. • Open the 7 mounting screws ¤. • Open the 3 mounting screws ¤. The viewfinder top is conne
• Open the connector locks with a pair of tweezers and disconnect the cables ¤. cable-connectors • Take the viewfinder top off. • Open the 2 screws of the beam splitter ¤. • Take the beam splitter out of the camera. An adhesive tape on the top side of the beam splitter can be used to take it off. The side, which is marked with R = 80 or R = 50 ¤ can be used for this. • Put the new beam splitter into the camera. The alignment of the beam splitter is not critical. A visual check in the viewfinder
4.2.2 Mounting the CCD Optic Module protecting cap and the Inserter/Antiflicker Module • Remove protecting cap of the video tap ¤ by turning it counter-clockwise, and store it in case the camera is used without the IVS. • Remove the protecting cap of the CCD optic module ¤ by turning it counter-clockwise. The video lens must be properly inserted into the lens mount until the end of the thread. Uncomplete insertion might result in damage to the beam splitter when attaching the unit to the camera
attachment screw ¤ into the camera handle attachment screw without closing it and push the inserter/antiflicker module inserter/antiflicker module screw ring as far to the right as possible. Close the attachment screw on the camera handle. • Secure the CCD optic module by closing the screw ring ¤ clockwise. 4.2.3 Cabeling • Connect the RS-cable ¤ between the inserter/anti- flicker module and the camera (RS-connectors). It is recommended to observe the color coding to ensure that the cable is as
4.2.4 Basic Alignment of the Video Output release button If the video image can not be centered on the video monitor vertically, as described in chapter 5.3, it is possible to align the CCD optic module mount. For this, the following tools are needed: – Phillips screw driver size 0 – Phillips screw driver size 1 – 1.5 mm allen key Disconnect camera from all power supplies! Do not use force! Ensure clean contacts! Support the viewfinder system! Do not touch optic surfaces! • Take the viewfinder s
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