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Model No. AJ- E
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DO NOT REMOVE PANEL COVERS BY $ CAUTION: UNSCREWING THEM. TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not remove the HAZARD AND ANNOYING INTERFERENCE, covers. No user serviceable parts inside. USE THE RECOMMENDED ACCESSORIES Refer servicing to qualified service personnel. ONLY. WARNING: CAUTION: OTO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS EQUIPMENT TO RAIN OR MOISTURE. HAZARD, REFER MOUNTING OF OPTIONAL INTE
Attention/Attentie OBatteries are used for the main power source and memory back-up in the product. At the end of their useful life, you should not throw them away. Instead, hand them in as small chemical waste. OVoor de primaire voeding en het reservegeheugen van het apparaat wordt gebruikgemaakt van een batterij. Wanneer de batterij is uitgeput, mag u deze niet gewoon weggooien, maar dient u deze als klein chemisch afval weg te doen. To remove the battery/Verwijderen van de batterij Main Power
Contents 4-5 Setting the time data ................................ 33 Chapter 1 General .................................... 6 4-5-1 Setting the user bits ..................................... 33 1-1 Features of the camera unit ...................... 6 4-5-2 Setting the internal clock’s date and time .... 34 1-2 Features of the VTR unit ........................... 7 4-5-3 Setting the time code ................................... 35 4-5-4 Externally locking the time code .................. 35 1-
Contents 5-3 Audio input signal preparations ............. 65 7-4 VF .............................................................. 85 5-3-1 When using the front microphone ............... 65 7-4-1 VF DISPLAYS ............................................. 85 5-3-2 When using a wireless receiver ................... 65 7-4-2 VF MARKER ............................................... 85 5-3-3 When using an audio component ................ 66 7-4-3 USER BOX ...........................................
Chapter 1 General The AJ-HDX400E is a video camera recorder that integrates a 3-CCD camera unit featuring a 2/3-inch on-chip lens that supports progressive drive with a VTR unit that in turn supports the DVCPRO HD EX format. One special feature of the camera unit is its ability to consistently express images with a high quality and high sensitivity since it employs progressive drive. The unit is both compact and lightweight, and it has a minimal power consumption. It features a high picture qu
Chapter 1 General 1-2 Features of the VTR unit 1 ≥DVCPRO HD EX format system supported ≥ UniSlot wireless receiver The VTR unit employs the DVCPRO HD EX recording The unit’s construction supports a slot-in wireless receiver format that supports the 1080i/25PsF,50i HD system. Using which is available as an optional accessory. the latest compression technology, it achieves two times the economy of conventional DVCPRO HD format. ≥ Built-in DOLBY NR system The CUE audio recording circuitry contain
Chapter 1 General 1-3 System configuration UniSlot wireless Microphone kit: Extension control unit: microphone receiver: AJ-MC900G AJ-EC3E Sennheiser EK3041 Viewfinders: AJ-HVF20B Battery (Mic holder provided) PRO14, TRIM14, HYTRON50/100/120, DIONIC90/160 Microphone holder: AJ-MH800G V-mount type battery plate ENDURA50/80, BP-L60/90 NP-1 type battery holder NP-L50 Lens (Bayonet type): BP-90 type battery holder BP-H120, HP-90L Fujinon, Canon Video camera-recorder: GPS unit: AC adapter: AJ-GPS900
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-1 Power supply and accessory mounting section 5 7 6 2 6 2 9 8 : 1 4 3 > = < ; 1 POWER switch : Lens mount cap This switch turns the power ON and OFF. To remove the cap, push the lens lever 9 up. Keep the cap in place while the lens is not attached. 2 Battery mount This is for attaching the Anton Bauer battery pack. ; Lens cable/microphone cable clamp This clamp is for anchoring the lens cable or microphone 3 DC IN (external power input) socket (XLR, 4-pin)
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-2 Audio function section (input system) = < > ; : 3 7 2 6 8 ? @ 5 9 4 1 1 MIC IN (microphone input) jack (XLR, 5-pin) 5 AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 (audio input channel 1 & 2) Connect the microphone (optional accessory) here. The connectors (XLR, 3-pin) power for the microphone is supplied from this jack. An audio component or microphones are connected here. 2 AUDIO LEVEL CH1/CH2 (audio channel 1 & 2 recording 6 LINE/MIC/+48V (line input/mic input/mic input + 48V) le
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-2 Audio function section (output system) 9 AUDIO OUT connector (XLR, 5-pin) > Speaker The audio signals recorded on audio channels 1 and 2 or The EE sound during recording or the playback sound 2 audio channels 3 and 4 are output from this connector. during playback can be monitored through this speaker. The signals to be output can be selected using the The warning alarms are output in synchronization with the MONITOR SELECT CH1/2OCH3/4 selector switch :.
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions D G H 1 4 9 8 6 5 /REW FF/ EJECT STOP PLAY/PAUSE ª 1/; E F : 3 ; @ A C I 2 <567 ? > = B
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 6 OUTPUT/AUTO KNEE selector switch 9 MARKER SELECT button This switch selects the video signals which are to be output This is used to select the marker information displays on from the camera unit to the VTR unit, viewfinder and/or the viewfinder screen. Each time it is pressed, the two video monitor. marker information display screens set by the menu are CAM. AUTO KNEE ON: switched in the following sequence: A (A marker display) 5 2 The images shot by the
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions = OUTPUT SEL (output signal selection) switch C GENLOCK IN connector This is used to select the signals output from the VIDEO The HD Y reference signal is supplied to this connector OUT connector and HD SDI connector. when the camera unit is to be gen-locked or the time code VTR : In the recording or other EE mode, the camera is to be externally locked. images are output from the connectors; in the PAL composite video signals may be input as the reference pla
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-4 Menu operation section 2 4 3 2 1 1 MENU button This is used to switch the menu ON and OFF. 2 JOG dial button This is used to select the menu items and perform settings when the MENU button 1 is at the ON position. 3 Setup card insertion slot This is where the SD card (optional accessory) or Multimedia card (optional accessory) is inserted into the unit. 4 BUSY (operation mode display) lamp This lamp shows the operation mode of the setup card. It lights d
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-5 Time code related section 4 5 6 9 1 3 2 8 7 1 GENLOCK IN connector (BNC) 7 “+” button, “–” button The HD Y reference signal is supplied to this connector These are used to increment or decrement by 1 the figure when the camera unit is to be gen-locked or the time code in the digit which was made to flash by the SHIFT button 8 is to be externally locked. It is also possible to supply PAL when the time code or user bits are to be set. composite video signa
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 2-6 Warning/status display section 2-7 Display window and its displays Remaining tape and remaining battery charge and audio channel level displays 2 1 Remaining tape display 2 The remaining tape time is displayed using 7 segments. The remaining tape time indicated by each segment is set to 3 minutes or 5 minutes using TAPE REMAIN/∫ on the VTR MENU “BATTERY/TAPE” 4 screen. Each time the number of minutes set for the segments elapses, one segment is cleared.
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions Time code-related switch settings and display items Mode displays GPS: Lights when signals cannot be received during GPS operation. GPS : Lights when signals are being received during GPS operation. P-REC: Lights in pre-recording mode and flashes during the time set for DISPLAY switch TCG switch position Display item pre-recording after the tally lamp for recording has turned off. position iREC: Lights during recording when the interval recording mode is esta
Chapter 2 Parts and their functions 8 Back tally lamp 2-8 Viewfinder section This lamp lights while the VTR unit is recording. It also flashes to provide a warning display like the REC lamp inside the viewfinder. = > ; 7 9 When the lever is set to OFF, the back tally lamp is hidden. 2 : 9 Eyepiece < : Diopter adjustment ring 1 This is adjusted in line with the camera operator’s diopter in such a way that the user can see the image on the viewfinder screen most clearly. 8 ; Connecting plug ON 4
Chapter 3 Recording and playback 3-1 Cassette tapes Loading a cassette tape Checking for tape slack Gently push in the reel using your finger and turn the reel in the direction of the arrow. If the reel fails to turn, it means Set the POWER switch to ON. 1 there is no tape slack.
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