Sony DSR-1800 user manual

User manual for the device Sony DSR-1800

Device: Sony DSR-1800
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Date of adding : 2014-03-14 15:57:58
Number of pages: 116
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3-204-675-12(2)
Digital
Videocassette
Recorder
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
DSR-1800/1800P
© 2000 Sony Corporation

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WARNING: THIS WARNING IS APPLICABLE FOR Owner’s Record USA ONLY. The model and serial numbers are located at the rear. Using this unit at a voltage other than 120 V may require Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer the use of a different line cord or attachment plug, or both. to them whenever you call upon your Sony dealer To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, refer servicing regarding this product. to qualified service personnel. Model No.

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Table of Contents Chapter 1 Overview Features........................................................................5 DVCAM Format ............................................................. 5 A Wealth of Interfaces .................................................... 6 Facilities for High-Efficiency Editing............................. 6 Other Features ................................................................. 7 Optional Accessories...................................................

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Chapter 4 Menu Settings Menu Organization ....................................................53 Menu Contents...........................................................56 Setup Menu ................................................................... 56 Auto Mode (AUTO FUNCTION) Execution Menu..... 69 Changing Menu Settings ..........................................70 Buttons Used to Change Settings.................................. 70 Changing the Settings of Basic Items .....................

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Overview Chapter 1 Because the recording is digital, multi-generation dubbing can be performed with virtually no deterioration of quality. Features Wide track pitch 1 The DSR-1800/1800P is a / -inch digital video cassette 4 The recording track pitch is 15 µm, fully 50 percent wider recorder using the DVCAM digital recording format. It than the 10-µm track pitch of the DV format. Thanks to this achieves stable, superb picture quality by digitally feature, the DVCAM format sufficiently meet

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Chapter 1 Overview Support for three cassette sizes Facilities for High-Efficiency Editing There are two sizes of DVCAM cassette: standard and mini. You can use either size with this unit. The unit provides an abundance of functions that enhance The unit also accepts L and M sizes of DVCPRO cassette. editing efficiency and precision.  When a cassette is inserted, the reel mechanism of the unit automatically adjusts to the size of the inserted Cross-fade editing cassette. For audio editing

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Chapter 1 Overview At search speeds up to 10 times normal speed in both Compatible with wide-screen aspect ratio directions, you can also hear playback audio. (16:9) The unit can record and play back aspect ratio information. Digital slow-motion playback When video accompanied by wide-screen aspect ratio information is recorded or played back, the unit can output Using the frame memory function, the unit can show the video signal also containing the aspect ratio noise-free slow-motion p

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Chapter 1 Overview Location and Function of Parts Front Panel a POWER switch b Audio level meters  A Input selection/audio mode display section (see page 9) c Cassette compartment POWER dB OVER dB dB OVER dB dB OVER dB dB OVER dB 0 0 0 0 INPUT V:SDTI SDTI i.LINK 0 0 0 0 VIDEO COMPOSITE Y-R,B S VIDEO SDI SG -12 1 -12 1 -12 1 -12 1 -20 0 -20 0 -20 0 -20 0 CH11/2 ANALOG AES/EBU SDI SG AUDIO -1 -1 -1 -1 -30 -30 -30 -30 ANALOG AES/EBU SDI SG -40 -40 -40 -40 CH23/4 -2 -2 -2 -2 -60 1 -60 2 -60

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Chapter 1 Overview e HEADPHONES connector (stereo phone jack) g AUDIO INPUT LEVEL control knobs Connect stereo headphones for headphone monitoring When recording, you can use these knobs to set audio input during recording or playback. levels for CH-1 (channel 1), CH-2, CH-3 and CH-4, The audio signal you want to monitor can be selected with respectively. the MONITOR SELECT switches on the menu control You can make these knobs inoperative with the REC panel. LEVEL menu item (see page 64). f

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Chapter 1 Overview B Menu control panel The menu control panel is located on the inside of the door at the lower front of the unit. Pull the top of the door to open it. a MONITOR SELECT switches b INPUT SELECT section c MENU button d COUNTER SEL button e RESET (NO) button MIX A B f SET (YES) button MARK g buttons h TC PRESET button i SC PHASE control j SYNC PHASE control a MONITOR SELECT switches Switch setting Selected channel and output Use these switches to select the channels for audio

Summary of the content on the page No. 11

Chapter 1 Overview b INPUT SELECT section When this is selected, use the CH1,1/2 button and CH2,3/4 button to select the required input audio signals. VIDEO IN button  Digital video and audio signals in SDTI(QSDI) format Each press of this button cycles through the following input to the SDTI(QSDI) IN connector (optional DSBK- input video signal selection options. 1802 board required)  Composite video signal input to the VIDEO IN  Digital video and audio signals in i.LINK-compatible conn

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

Chapter 1 Overview h TC (time code) PRESET button respect to the reference video signal. Use a cross-point Use this button when setting an initial time code value and (Phillips) screwdriver to turn it. user bit data. j SYNC (synchronization) PHASE control For details on setting time code and user bit data, see Turn this control to accurately adjust the synchronization “Using the Internal Time Code Generator” on page 43. phase of the output video signal of the unit with respect to the refere

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Chapter 1 Overview D Display section a Recording/playback format indicators b ClipLink indicator c VITC indicator d Time data type indicators e Time counter display i CHANNEL CONDITION indicators h SERVO indicator g Cassette memory indicator f REC INHIBIT indicator j REPEAT indicator k Tape end alarm indicator l SHUTTLE/JOG indicators m NOT EDITABLE indicator a Recording/playback format indicators Note DVCAM: This lights when a tape recorded in DVCAM A tape recorded in LP mode cannot be playe

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Chapter 1 Overview c VITC indicator l SHUTTLE/JOG indicators Lights when VITC is being read or recorded regardless of When searching in shuttle mode using the search dial, the the data shown in the time counter display. SHUTTLE indicator lights, and when searching in jog mode using the search dial, the JOG indicator lights. When d Time data type indicators the search dial is turned clockwise causing playback to One of the three indicators (COUNTER, U-BIT, and TC) take place in the forward

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Chapter 1 Overview in the reverse direction. When the tape is stopped, the s b 9PIN button indicator in the display section lights. When carrying out remote control between this unit and Pressing this dial toggles playback between shuttle mode the unit connected to the REMOTE connector, press this and jog mode. When playing back in shuttle mode, the button, turning it on. SHUTTLE indicator in the display section lights, and when playing back in jog mode, the JOG indicator lights. c i.LINK b

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Chapter 1 Overview Rear Panel A Analog video signal input/output section (see page 17) B Digital signal input/output section (see page 18) DV IN/OUT SDTI(QSDI) SDI DIGITAL AUDIO(AES/EBU) CH-3/4 CH-1/2 CH-3/4 IN OUT IN OUT IN CH-1/2 OUT ANALOG VIDEO TIME CODE COMPONENT VIDEO IN REF.VIDEO S VIDEO COMPONENT VIDEO OUT VIDEO IN S VIDEO VIDEO OUT IN Y R-Y B-Y IN OUT 1 2 OUT Y R-Y B-Y IN OUT (SUPER) VIDEO CONTROL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL LEVEL AUDIO IN LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH LOW HIGH AUDIO OUT MONITOR O

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Chapter 1 Overview A Analog video signal input/output section ANALOG VIDEO COMPONENT VIDEO IN REF.VIDEO S VIDEO VIDEO IN S VIDEO VIDEO OUT IN Y R-Y B-Y IN OUT 1 2 OUT Y (SUPER) e VIDEO OUT 1 and 2 (SUPER) connectors d REF. VIDEO IN/OUT connectors c COMPONENT VIDEO IN Y/R−Y/B−Y connectors b S VIDEO IN connector a VIDEO IN connectors TIME CODE VIDEO OUT S VIDEO COMPONENT VIDEO OUT 2 R-Y OUT Y B-Y IN OUT h TIME CODE IN/OUT connectors g COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y/R−Y/B−Y connectors f S VIDEO OUT conn

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Chapter 1 Overview is used, the built-in 75 Ω termination switch turns off g COMPONENT VIDEO OUT Y/R−Y/B−Y automatically. connectors (BNC type) The REF. VIDEO OUT connector outputs a reference These connectors output analog component video signals video signal, except when i.LINK is selected in the INPUT (Y/R−Y/B−Y). SELECT section (see page 11). h TIME CODE IN/OUT connectors (BNC type) e VIDEO OUT 1 and 2 (SUPER) connectors (BNC Input SMPTE time code (for DSR-1800) or EBU time type) code (

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Chapter 1 Overview a DV IN/OUT connector (6-pin IEEE-1394) c SDI (Serial Digital Interface) IN (input) and active (optional DSBK-1803 i.LINK/DV Input/Output through output connectors (BNC type) (optional Board required) DSBK-1801 SDI/AES/EBU Input/Output Board This i.LINK-compatible connector (subsequently referred required) to also as the i.DV IN/OUT connector) inputs and outputs Input digital video and audio signals in SDI format to the digital video and audio signals in DV format. left-

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Chapter 1 Overview D External device connectors Settings of the AUDIO IN LEVEL/600 ΩΩΩΩ switches Audio input Switch setting VIDEO CONTROL Level Impedance − − − −60 dBu High impedance LOW-OFF (microphone input) (about 20 kΩ ) (left position) a) High impedance HIGH-OFF +4/0/−3 /− − − −6 dBu (about 20 kΩ ) (middle (line audio input) a VIDEO CONTROL connector position) a) 600 Ω HIGH-ON +4/0/−3 /− − − −6 dBm (right position) REMOTE (line audio input) a) Selectable on DSR-1800P only b AUDIO IN CH


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