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COLOR VIDEO CAMERA

BVP-E30 BVP-E30P BVP-E30WS BVP-E30WSP

MAINTENANCE MANUAL Volume 1 1st Edition (Revised 1) Serial No. 100001 and Higher: BVP-E30 Serial No. 400001 and Higher: BVP-E30P Serial No. 100001 and Higher: BVP-E30WS Serial No. 400001 and Higher: BVP-E30WSP

! WARNING
This manual is intended for qualified service personnel only. To reduce the risk of electric shock, fire or injury, do not perform any servicing other than that contained in the operating instructions unless you are qualified to do so. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.

! WARNUNG
Die Anleitung ist nur fr qualifiziertes Fachpersonal bestimmt. Alle Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal ausgefhrt werden. Um die Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlages, Feuergefahr und Verletzungen zu vermeiden, sind bei Wartungsarbeiten strikt die Angaben in der Anleitung zu befolgen. Andere als die angegeben Wartungsarbeiten drfen nur von Personen ausgefhrt werden, die eine spezielle Befhigung dazu besitzen.

! AVERTISSEMENT
Ce manual est destin uniquement aux personnes comptentes en charge de lentretien. Afin de rduire les risques de dcharge lectrique, dincendie ou de blessure neffectuer que les rparations indiques dans le mode demploi moins dtre qualifi pour en effectuer dautres. Pour toute rparation faire appel une personne comptente uniquement.

Voor de klanten in Nederland Gooi de batterij niet weg maar lever deze in als klein chemisch afval (KCA).

Fr Kunden in Deutschland Entsorgungshinweis: Bitte werfen Sie nur entladene Batterien in die Sammelboxen beim Handel oder den Kommunen. Entladen sind Batterien in der Regel dann, wenn das Gert abschaltet und signalisiert Batterie leer oder nach lngerer Gebrauchsdauer der Batterien nicht mehr einwandfrei funktioniert. Um sicherzugehen, kleben Sie die Batteriepole z.B. mit einem Klebestreifen ab oder geben Sie die Batterien einzeln in einen Plastikbeutel.

For the customers in Taiwan only

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ADVARSEL! Lithiumbatteri-Eksplosionsfare ved fejlagtig hndtering. Udskiftning m kun ske med batteri af samme fabrikat og type. Levr det brugte batteri tilbage til leverandren. CAUTION Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of used batteries according to the manufacturers instructions. ADVARSEL Lithiumbatteri - Eksplosjonsfare. Ved utskifting benyttes kun batteri som anbefalt av apparatfabrikanten. Brukt batteri returneres apparatleverandren.

Vorsicht! Explosionsgefahr bei unsachgemem Austausch der Batterie. Ersatz nur durch denselben oder einen vom Hersteller empfohlenen hnlichen Typ. Entsorgung gebrauchter Batterien nach Angaben des Herstellers.

VARNING Explosionsfara vid felaktigt batteribyte. Anvnd samma batterityp eller en likvrdig typ som rekommenderas av apparattillverkaren. Kassera anvnt batteri enligt gllande freskrifter.

VAROITUS ATTENTION Il y a danger dexplosion sil y a remplacement incorrect de la batterie. Remplacer uniquement avec une batterie du mme type ou dun type quivalent recommand par le constructeur. Mettre au rebut les batteries usages conformment aux instructions du fabricant. Paristo voi rjht jos se on virheellisesti asennettu. Vaihda paristo ainoastaan laitevalmistajan suosittelemaan tyyppiin. Hvit kytetty paristo valmistajan ohjeiden mukaisesti.

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Table of Contents
Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual ........................................................... 3 (E) Related manuals ..................................................................... 3 (E) Contents .................................................................................. 4 (E) 1-12. Setting Scene File Number .................................... 1-18 (E) 1-13. Removing and Reinstalling the Flexible Card Wires ...................................................................... 1-19 (E) 1-14. How to Extend the Circuit Board .......................... 1-20 (E) 1-14-1. 1-14-2. 1-14-3. Extending the DPR-261 Board ..................... 1-20 (E) Extending the DC-DC Converter ................. 1-20 (E) Extending the CCD Block ............................ 1-21 (E) Recommended Replacement Parts ............... 1-22 (E) Cares after Using under Special Environment ................................................. 1-24 (E) Fixtures ......................................................... 1-25 (E) Notes for Replacing the Flexible Card Wire .............................................................. 1-26 (E) Notes for Replacing the Board ..................... 1-26 (E) Notes for Replacing the Connector on the Board ................................................. 1-27 (E)

1. Service Overview
1-1. Note on Service ........................................................ 1-1 (E) Confirming the ROM Version ........................ 1-1 (E) Compatibility of File Data .............................. 1-1 (E) Error Messages Displayed when Memory Stick is Used ................................................... 1-1 (E) Note on PA-272/273/274 Boards ................... 1-1 (E) Description on Backup Battery ...................... 1-2 (E) Description on CCD Block Number .............. 1-2 (E) Notes on Spare Parts ...................................... 1-2 (E) Unleaded Solder ............................................. 1-2 (E)

1-15. Inspection and Maintenance .................................. 1-22 (E) 1-15-1. 1-15-2. 1-15-3. 1-16-1. 1-16-2. 1-16-3.

1-1-1. 1-1-2. 1-1-3. 1-1-4. 1-1-5. 1-1-6. 1-1-7. 1-1-8. 1-2. 1-3. 1-4. 1-5. 1-6. 1-7.

1-16. Notes for Replacing Parts ...................................... 1-26 (E)

Connector Input/Output Signals .............................. 1-3 (E) Connection Connector ............................................. 1-7 (E) Function of Internal Switches .................................. 1-7 (E) Remove and Installation of Exterior Parts ............... 1-9 (E) Location of Printed Wiring Boards .......................... 1-9 (E) Circuit Description ................................................. 1-10 (E) CCD Block (PA-272/273/274 Boards, TG-229 Board, and NR-72 Board) ............... 1-10 (E) Video Signal System (VA-226 Board, DPR-261 Board, and IF-969 Board) ............ 1-11 (E) System Control (AT-148 Board) .................. 1-12 (E) Power Supply Block (DC-DC Converter) (RE-201 Board) ............................................ 1-13 (E) 2-1. Replacing the CCD Block and Component Parts .... 2-1 (E) 2-1-1. Replacing the CCD Unit ................................ 2-1 (E) 2-1-2. 2-1-3. 2-1-4. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. 2-5. 2-6. 2-7. 2-8. 2-9. Positioning Adjustment for Filter Knob ......... 2-3 (E) Replacing the Boards Inside the CCD Unit ... 2-4 (E) Adjusting Filter Position After Replacing the DR-536 Board ................................................ 2-6 (E)

2. Replacement of Main Parts

1-7-1. 1-7-2. 1-7-3. 1-7-4. 1-8. 1-9.

Replacing the VF Connector ................................... 2-7 (E) Replacing the Illuminated ASSIGNABLE Switch .. 2-7 (E) Replacing the RET/INCOM Switch ........................ 2-9 (E) Removing the V Shoe Bracket ................................ 2-9 (E) Replacing the MENU SELECT Knob/ MENU Switch/DISPLAY Switch ......................... 2-10 (E) Replacing the LENS Connector ............................. 2-11 (E) Replacing the TEST OUT Connector .................... 2-11 (E) Replacing the Side Switch Panel Block ................. 2-12 (E)

Diagnosis ............................................................... 1-14 (E) Contents of the EEPROM and FRAM Data .......... 1-15 (E)

1-10. Adjustment and Setting Items After Replacement of Board ................................................................. 1-16 (E) 1-10-1. CCD Unit ...................................................... 1-16 (E) 1-10-2. 1-10-3. 1-10-4. 1-10-5. 1-10-6. 1-11-1. 1-11-2. TG-229 Board .............................................. 1-16 (E) NR-72 Board ................................................ 1-16 (E) VA-226 Board .............................................. 1-16 (E) DPR-261 Board ............................................ 1-16 (E) AT-148 Board .............................................. 1-16 (E) Upgrading MAIN Program .......................... 1-17 (E) Upgrading BOOT Program .......................... 1-17 (E)

2-10. Replacing the Front Switch Panel Block ............... 2-12 (E) 2-11. Replacing the MIC Connector ............................... 2-13 (E) 2-12. Replacing the DC-DC Converter ........................... 2-13 (E) 2-13. Replacing the MB-953 Board ................................ 2-14 (E) 2-14. Replacing the CN-2204 Board ............................... 2-15 (E) 2-15. Replacing the Memory Stick Case (CN-2206 Board) ................................................... 2-16 (E)

1-11. Upgrading the Software ......................................... 1-17 (E)

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3. Setup Menu
3-1. 3-2. 3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 3-7. 3-8. Setup Menu .............................................................. 3-1 (E) TOP Menu ............................................................... 3-3 (E) OPERATION Menu ................................................ 3-4 (E) PAINT Menu ......................................................... 3-13 (E) MAINTENANCE Menu ........................................ 3-26 (E) FILE Menu ............................................................. 3-35 (E) DIAGNOSIS Menu ............................................... 3-40 (E) SERVICE Menu .................................................... 3-40 (E)

5-5. 5-6. 5-7. 5-8. 5-9.

RPN Pixel Concealment ........................................ 5-14 (E) RPN Compensation Adjustment ............................ 5-15 (E) White Vertical Line Compensation ....................... 5-16 (E) V-SUB Voltage Adjustment .................................. 5-17 (E) V-REG Voltage Adjustment .................................. 5-18 (E)

4. File System
4-1. 4-2. 4-3. 4-4. 4-5. 4-6. 4-7. 4-8. File Structure ........................................................... 4-1 (E) Operator File ............................................................ 4-2 (E) Preset Operator File ................................................. 4-3 (E) Scene File ................................................................. 4-4 (E) Reference File .......................................................... 4-6 (E) Lens File .................................................................. 4-8 (E) OHB File ................................................................ 4-10 (E) File Items ............................................................... 4-12 (E)

5. Electrical Alignment
5-1. Preparation ............................................................... 5-1 (E) Equipment Required ....................................... 5-1 (E) Notes on Adjustment ...................................... 5-2 (E) Connection ..................................................... 5-2 (E) Initial Settings ................................................ 5-3 (E) Presetting Compensation Data ....................... 5-4 (E) SERVICE Menu ............................................. 5-4 (E) Maintaining the Grayscale Chart .................... 5-5 (E)

5-1-1. 5-1-2. 5-1-3. 5-1-4. 5-1-5. 5-1-6. 5-1-7.

5-2. VA-226 Board Adjustment ...................................... 5-7 (E) 5-2-1. Black Balance Adjustment ............................. 5-7 (E) 5-2-2. 5-2-3. 5-3. 5-4. 5-3-1. 5-4-1. 5-4-2. 5-4-3. 5-4-4. Flare Offset Adjustment ................................. 5-7 (E) Offset Adjustment .......................................... 5-8 (E) PA Gain Adjustment ...................................... 5-9 (E) Video Level Adjustment (1) ......................... 5-10 (E) Video Level Adjustment (2) ......................... 5-11 (E) TEST OUT Level Adjustment ..................... 5-12 (E) SC Frequency Adjustment ........................... 5-13 (E)

PA-272/273/274 Boards Adjustment ....................... 5-9 (E) DPR-261 Board Adjustment .................................. 5-10 (E)

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Manual Structure
Purpose of this manual
This manual is the maintenance manual volume 1 of Color Video Camera BVP-E30/ E30P/E30WS/E30WSP. This manual is intended for use by trained system and service engineers, and is provided information that is premised parts levels service for this unit.

Related manuals
Besides this maintenance manual volume 1, the following manuals are available. . Operation Manual (Supplied with this unit) This manual is necessary for the use and the operation of this unit. Part No.: 3-854-245-XX . CD-ROM Manual (Supplied with this unit) This manual contains the operation manual of BVP-E30/E30WS, the operation manual of each peripheral equipment included in BVP-E30 series, and the maintenance manual of partial equipment (camera adaptor and the like). Part No.: 3-854-379-XX . Maintenance Manual Volume 2 (Available on request) This manual is provided information that is premised the parts level service (exploded views, block diagrams, board layouts, schematic diagrams, detailed parts lists and the like.) for this unit. If this manual is required, please contact to your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center. Part No.: 9-968-050-XX . Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM (Available on request) This Semiconductor Pin Assignments CD-ROM allows you to search for semiconductors used in Communication B&P Company equipment. Semiconductors that cannot be searched for on this CD-ROM are listed in the maintenance manual for the corresponding unit. The maintenance manual contains a complete list of all semiconductors and their ID Nos., and thus should be used together with the CD-ROM. Part number: 9-968-546-06

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Contents
The following is a summary of the sections of this manual. Section 1 Service Overview Describes the location of major parts, on-board, switches, tools, fixtures, adjustments/setup after board replace, etc. Section 2 Parts Replacement Describes the replacement procedure of circuit board, CCD unit, connectors, switches and others. Section 3 Setup Menu Describes the setup menu, etc. Section 4 File System Describes the file structure, etc. Section 5 Electrical Alignment Describes electrical adjustment necessary for maintenance of the unit or replacement of parts.

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Section 1 Service Overview


1-1. Note on Service
1-1-1. Confirming the ROM Version
When connecting any of the peripheral equipment in the following list to this unit, be sure to check that the version of ROM of each peripheral device to be connected. If ROM version is lower than the specified below, be sure to perform ROM replacement.
Model MSU-700A MSU-750 CCU-700A CCU-550A CNU-700 CNU-500 RCP-720 Series RCP-730 Series RCP-740 Series RM-B750 Series RCP-750 Series RM-B150 IC4/CPU-266 board Ref No. IC5, IC6/CPU-293 board IC5, IC6/CPU-286 board IC1004/AT-88 board IC133/AT-111 board IC4, IC5/AT-89 or AT-89A board IC4, IC5/AT-100 board IC10/MPU-79 board ROM version Ver. 1.20 and higher Ver. 1.20 and higher Ver. 2.90 and higher Ver. 3.00 and higher Ver. 3.30 and higher Ver. 2.90 and higher Ver. 2.80 and higher Ver. 1.01 and higher Ver. 1.01 and higher Ver. 1.20 and higher

1-1-3. Error Messages Displayed when Memory Stick is Used


Describes the error messages displayed when the data is stored or read using a memory stick in the table below.
Error message NO MEMORY STICK FORMAT ERROR OTHER MODELS FILE FILE NOT FOUND FILE ERROR Description No memory stick is inserted. The memory stick is not formatted. The memory stick contains data cannot be read by this unit. No data is stored in the memory stick. Circuit or memory stick fault and/or the data in the memory stick fault.

1-1-4. Note on PA-272/273/274 Boards


The PA-272/273/274 boards cannot be replaced as the mounted board level. If the component part mounted on the board cannot be replaced, replace with the whole CCD unit.

1-1-2. Compatibility of File Data


The file data does not have compatibility with other cameras. When using the file data stored in the memory stick or the IC memory card (for MSU), make sure that the file data for BVP-E10 series or BVP-E30 series are stored. (For details on the file system, refer to Section 4.)

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1-1-5. Description on Backup Battery


w The lithium battery is critical part to safe operation. Replace the component with Sony part whose part number appears in the manual published by Sony. If the component is replaced by any part other than the specified ones, this may cause a fire or electric shock. c When replacing the lithium battery, ensure that the battery is installed with + and _ poles connected to the correct terminals. An inconnect connection may cause an explosion or leakage of fluid result in physical damage in the surrounding materials. A lithium battery on the AT-148 board is used to back up the date data to be stored in the memory stick. Reset the date data using the DATE/TIME page (Refer to Section 3-5) in the MAINTENANCE menu after replacing the dead battery. Replacement part : Description : BT1 (AT-148 board) CR-2032 (Lithium battery) Parts number : ! 1-528-174-31 Recommended replacement period : Every 7 years m . When replacing the AT-148 board, it is recommended to replacing the battery at the same time. . Resetting the date data is required even when the battery is disconnected from the battery holder.

1-1-7. Notes on Spare Parts


1. Safety Related Components Warning w Components marked ! are critical to safe operation. Therefore, specified parts should be used in the case of replacement. 2. Standardization of Parts Some repair parts supplied by Sony differ from those used for the unit. These are because of parts commonality and improvement. Parts list has the present standardized repair parts. 3. Stock of Parts Parts marked with o at SP (Supply Code) column of the spare parts list may not be stocked. Therefore, the delivery date will be delayed. 4. Harness The harness with which the part number is not described is not registered as the service parts. Replace with the component part described in the lists.

1-1-8. Unleaded Solder


Boards requiring use of unleaded solder are printed with a lead free mark (LF) indicating the solder contains no lead. (Caution: Some printed circuit boards may not come printed with the lead free mark due to their particular size.) : LEAD FREE MARK m . Be sure to use the unleaded solder for the printed circuit board printed with the lead free mark. . The unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40 dC higher than the ordinary solder, therefore, it is recommended to use the soldering iron having a temperature regulator. . The ordinary soldering iron can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful.

1-1-6. Description on CCD Block Number


Every CCD unit has its own ID number called CCD block number. It shows the CCD block type and serial number of the CCD block. The CCD block number label is put in the CCD unit. As for the replacement procedures of CCD block, refer to Section 2-1-1. Replacing the CCD Block. AKA xxxxx
Serial number for CCD block CCD block type

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1-2. Connector Input/Output Signals


TEST OUT BNC 75 Z 1.0 V p-p

VF (20P FEMALE)

MIC IN (3P FEMALE)


No. 1 2 SIGNAL NC

(EXTERNAL VIEW)
SPECIFICATIONS No connection L: Indicator lights OPEN: Indicator goes out H: NORMAL (4:3) L: WIDE (16:9) No connection *Note1 H: CCIR, L: EIA No connection H: Indicator lights L: Indicator goes out No connection 1 V p-p, VF: Zi = 1 kZ H: OFF, L: ON 1.0 V p-p, VF: Zi = 1 kZ No connection 700 mV p-p, VF: Zi = 1 kZ, 75 % color-bars 700 mV p-p, VF: Zi = 1 kZ, 75 % color-bars H: Indicator lights L: Indicator goes out H: Indicator lights L: Indicator goes out REG +9.3 V GND +10.5 V to +17 V

ABNORMAL IND OUT 16:9 MODE OUT NC COMP/VBS SW IN/OUT CCIR/EIA OUT NC G TALLY OUT NC Y (X) OUT ZEBRA ON IN VF VIDEO OUT (X) NC B-Y (X) OUT R-Y (X) OUT BATT IND OUT TALLY IND OUT +9.3 V (VF) OUT GND UNREG OUT

(EXTERNAL VIEW)
3 No. SIGNAL 1 2 3 MIC IN (G) MIC IN (X) MIC IN (Y) SPECIFICATIONS _60 dBu High impedance balanced 4 5 6

(0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms)

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

LENS (12P FEMALE)

(EXTERNAL VIEW)
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 SIGNAL RET VIDEO ENABLE IN RET 2 ENABLE IN GND AUTO +5 V OUT IRIS CONT OUT UNREG OUT IRIS POSITION IN AUTO/MANU OUT EXTENDER ON/OFF IN SPECIFICATIONS ENABLE: 0 V DISABLE: +5 V or OPEN ENABLE: 0 V DISABLE: +5 V or OPEN GND for UNREG AUTO: +5 V MANU: 0 V or OPEN +3.4 V (F16) to +6.2 V (F2.8) +10.5 V to +17 V +3.4 V (F16) to +6.2 V (F2.8) AUTO IRIS: 0 V MANUAL IRIS: +5 V EX 2 ON: 0 V EX 0.8 ON: +1.8 V OFF: +4.8 V WIDE: +2 V TELE: +7 V H: +5V L: 0V H: +5V L: 0V

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

10 11 12

ZOOM POSITION IN SER DATA OUT SER DATA IN

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Note1: Specification of COMP/VBS SW Signal When powering on, the microcomputer of the camera identifies a viewfinder in use by detecting the voltage at pin 5. H: Color VF, L: B/W VF . In use of B/W VF Voltage control of pin 5 is disabled during operation. Switching between the return video signal and monochrome signal for the viewfinder is done by the camera and selected signal is output at pin 12 to the viewfinder. . In use of Color VF By controlling the voltage at pin 5 during operation, switching between the decoded return video signal and the camera component signal is done in the viewfinder. H: Camera, L: Return video 1-3 (E)

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ANALOG CA (68P FEMALE)


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(EXTERNAL VIEW)

*: In connection with CCU, **: In connection with VTR


No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 SIGNAL UNREG GND UNREG GND VF UNREG GND LENS UNREG GND UNREG IN UNREG IN VF UNREG IN LENS UNREG IN NC NC VBS OUT (G) Y OUT (X) SPECIFICATIONS GND for UNREG GND for UNREG GND for VF UNREG GND for LENS UNREG 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V No connection No connection GND for VBS VIDEO VS 1.0 V p-p, Zo = 75 Z No. 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 SIGNAL UNREG GND UNREG GND VF UNREG GND LENS UNREG GND UNREG IN UNREG IN VF UNREG IN LENS UNREG IN NC NC VBS OUT (X) R-Y OUT (X) SPECIFICATIONS GND for UNREG GND for UNREG GND for VF UNREG GND for LENS UNREG 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V 10.5 V to 17 V No connection No connection 1.0 V p-p 10 %, Zo = 75 Z 700 mV p-p, with sync 350 mV* 756 mV p-p (J) 700 mV p-p (UC) 525 mV p-p (CE) 13 B-Y OUT (X) 700 mV p-p, with sample 350 mV* 756 mV p-p (J) 700 mV p-p (UC) 525 mV p-p (CE) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 NC NC VBS GENLOCK IN (X) RET VIDEO IN (G) MONITOR VIDEO OUT (X) BATTERY ALARM IN NC AUDIO CH1 CONT OUT MIC 1 OUT (Y) NC SKIN TONE GATE OUT TAPE REM IN VTR SYNC OUT RET EN OUT PB REF IN No connection No connection 1.0 V p-p 6 dB GND for RET VIDEO VS 1.0 V p-p, Zo = 75 Z Zi = 300 Z *
Note 2

**

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Y/R-Y/B-Y GND

GND for Y/R-Y/B-Y

**

48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

NC NC VBS GENLOCK IN (G) RET VIDEO IN (X) MONITOR VIDEO OUT (G) VTR START/STOP OUT NC MIC 1 OUT (G) MIC 1 OUT (X) NC NC AUDIO LEVEL IN NC NC REC TALLY IN

No connection No connection GND for GENLOCK/H CONT IN 1.0 V p-p, Zi = 1 kZ GND for MONITOR VIDEO Zo < 10 kZ No connection GND for CAM MIC Zo < 600 Z, _60 dBu balanced No connection No connection Zi > 1 kZ (_15 dBu at 0 VU) No connection No connection ON; +5 V, OFF; +2.5 V or 0 V, Zi > 20 kZ *Note 3 SAVE; +4.5 V, STANDBY; 0 V, Zo < 10 kZ

No connection 0 V (0 dB) to 7 V (_50 dB or less) Zo < 600 Z, _60 dBu balanced No connection 1.0 V p-p *
Note 4

+5.0 V p-p Negative pulse, Zo < 100 Z ENABLE; 0 V, DISABLE; +5 V or OPEN PB; +4.5 V, CAM; 0 V or OPEN

29 30 31 32 33 34

H CONT IN ANALOG GND DIGITAL HD OUT COM CONT IN IIC CLOCK OUT (CA) NC

0 V to 5 V, Analog

63 64

VTR SAVE OUT GND NC COM DATA OUT IIC DATA IN/OUT (CA) NC

3.3 V p-p for Digital 5 V p-p 5 V p-p No connection

65 66 67 68

No connection 5 V p-p 5 V p-p, 4700 Z, Pull up No connection

(0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms) 1-4 (E)


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Note 2 : Specifications of BATT ALARM Signal VTR has a battery voltage detection and waring signal generation circuits and it sends the signal shown below to the camera.
Battery Terminal Voltage (VTR internal battery) 12.011.1 V dc 11.110.8 V dc 1.0 0.2 Hz duty 50 10 % Input Signal at Pin 19 0V LED on Viewfinder Stays out Blinks at 1 Hz Lights up 10.8 V dc

23 V dc across 300 Z

Note 3 : Specifications of REC TALLY Signal


+1 5.0 _0.5 V dc

Input Signal at Pin 62

2.5 0.5 V dc REC TALLY signal 1.0 0.2 Hz duty 50 10 % Power ON When VTR changes from POWER SAVE to REC START mode, or when the servo is lost

0 0.3 V dc Power OFF VTR Action

REC RESET signal 10100 msec When VTR changes from STANDBY to REC START mode, or in REC mode At the end of STOP tape or When mode VTR is put into STOP mode by itself (REC RESET signal does not appear when VTR is put into STOP mode by operating the camera)

Note 4 : Specifications of TAPE REM Signal


Tape Remaining (VTR) TAPE1 +5 V +5 V 0V 0V TAPE2 +5 V 0V +5 V 0V +3.4 V +3.1 V +2.2 V 0V G TALLY lamp lights at +3.1 V Input Signal at Pin 25 Remark

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DIGITAL CA (68P FEMALE)


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(EXTERNAL VIEW)
No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 SIGNAL G (L) OUT G (2) OUT G (4) OUT G (6) OUT G (8) OUT R (L) OUT R (2) OUT R (4) OUT R (6) OUT R (8) OUT B (L) OUT B (2) OUT B (4) OUT B (6) OUT B (8) OUT DIGITAL GND DIGITAL BLANKING OUT DIGITAL SYNC OUT NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC NC (Reserve) 18 MHz OUT (G) GND for 18 MHz GND for DIGITAL 3.3 V p-p 3.3 V p-p No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection 2.5 V p-p 2.5 V p-p 2.5 V p-p SPECIFICATIONS No. 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 SIGNAL G (1) OUT G (3) OUT G (5) OUT G (7) OUT G (M) OUT R (1) OUT R (3) OUT R (5) OUT R (7) OUT R (M) OUT B (1) OUT B (3) OUT B (5) OUT B (7) OUT B (M) OUT DIGITAL GND DIGITAL SAMPLE OUT DIGITAL VD OUT DIGITAL CF OUT NC NC NC NC NC NC NC (Reserve) NC NC NC NC NC (Reserve) 18 MHz OUT (X) 3.3 V p-p No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection GND for DIGITAL 3.3 V p-p 3.3 V p-p 3.3 V p-p No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection No connection 2.5 V p-p 2.5 V p-p 2.5 V p-p SPECIFICATIONS

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1-3. Connection Connector


Connection made with the connector panels during installation or service, should be made with the connector specified in the following list, or equivalent parts.
Connector Name TEST OUT (BNC) MIC IN (3P FEMALE) Connection Connectors 1-569-370-12 Plug, BNC 1-508-084-00 XLR, 3P Male or ITT Cannon XLR-3-12C equivalent

1-4. Function of Internal Switches


Ref. No. S1 Designation MIC +48 V Description MIC POWER +48 V ON/OFF switch Set to OFF when using the microphone of the internal batteries type. Factory setting ON

1 ON 2 OFF

S1
3

10

11

12

13 14 G C F E D B A

MB-953 board (B side)

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NR-72 Board
Ref. No. S101-1 Designation SINGLE/DUAL Description Set corresponding to the filter disk type of the camera to be used. S: Single filter D: Dual filters NC Factory setting BVP-E30P: BVP-E30: BVP-E30WS: BVP-E30WSP: _ S D D D

S101-2

TG-229 Board
Ref. No. S1-1 S1-2 Designation 4:3/16:9 PAL/NTSC Description Set corresponding to the camera to be used. Set corresponding to the camera to be used. Factory setting BVP-E30/E30P: 4:3 BVP-E30WS/E30WSP: 16:9 BVP-E30/E30WS: BVP-E30P/E30WSP: NTSC PAL

2 S 1 2 D

1
1

S101

F
16:9 PAL 1 2 4:3

S1

NTSC 5

A
D C A B

NR-72 board (B side)

TG-229 board (B side)

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1-5. Remove and Installation of Exterior Parts

Loosen 4 screws.

1-6. Location of Printed Wiring Boards


SW-1075 MB-953

SW-1071

SE-767 (BVP-E30P only) TG-229 PA-273 NR-72

CN-2209 CN-2204 DPR-261

CN-2210 CN-2208 CN-2205 CN-2207 DR-536 (BVP-E30/E30WS/ E30WSP only) PA-274

DC-DC CONVERTER (RE-201 board) CN-2206 AT-148 IF-969 VA-226 SW-1067 SW-1068 SW-1069 SW-1070

PA-272

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1-7. Circuit Description


1-7-1. CCD Block (PA-272/273/274 Boards, TG-229 Board, and NR-72 Board)
PA-272/273/274 Boards The PA boards contains the CCD bias circuit, horizontal register drive circuit (H1, H2, LH1 driver), CDS (Correlated Double Sampling) circuit which extracts video signals from the CCD and eliminates noise, and preamp circuit which adjusts sensitivity. IC9 of PA-273 board detects temperature around the CCD block with a temperature sensor, and sends the detected signal to the AT-148 board. Various CCD drive conditions, adjustment data (V-sub voltage, RG voltage, black/white shading, etc.) are written in IC8 (EEPROM) of PA-272 board. TG-229 Board The TG-229 board contains the CCD drive pulse generation circuit and its drive circuit. The 18 MHz clock generated from the voltage control generation circuit (X1) is sent to the DPR-261 board to generate the AHD, AVD pulse synchronized with the video output signal. The TG IC (IC1) generates the CCD drive pulse synchronized with this AHD, AVD pulse and the sample and hold pulse for the CDS circuit of the PA boards. These pulses are passed through the following drive circuit and are sent to each PA board. . V clock: Passed through IC201 to IC206 drivers ICs . RG pulse: Passed through IC309 and then the bias potential specific to each. CCD is added to the output of IC309. . V-sub voltage: Enters IC310 DC amplifier to be adjusted for the specified voltage. . Shutter pulse: Passes through the drive circuit consisting of Q201 to Q204. . SHP/SHD/H1/H2/LH1: Passes through IC312, IC313, and IC307 AND gate ICs.

NR-72 Board The NR-72 board contains a power stabilization circuit to stabilize various power supply voltages to be supplied to the CCD block, black/white shading correction signal generation circuit, and optical filter interface circuits. . The power stabilization circuit stabilizes the following power supply voltages to be supplied to the CCD block. +15.0 V +30.0 V +6.0 V +5.3 V +3.3 V +2.5 V +1.8 V +1.1 V _10.0V _8.0 V _4.5 V . The black/white shading correction signal and TEST SAW signal are generated in IC104, and are sent to the VA-226 board to mix with the video signal. . This board has two optical filter interface circuits, one is for the two-filters type with a servomotor used in the BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP, the other is for one filter type without a servomotor used in the BVP-E30P. The switch S101 switches these circuits.

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1-7-2. Video Signal System (VA-226 Board, DPR-261 Board, and IF-969 Board)
VA-226 Board The VA-226 circuit amplifies the R, G, B video signals output from the PA boards, performs various correction, and then sends them to the DPR-261 board. As the R, G, and B circuits are basically the same, Rch is explained as an example below. The video signal output from the PA board is passed through the trap filter (FL101), and input to the first amplifier stage composed of Q102 to Q108. In this amplifier, black shading correction, 5600K switching (Rch and Bch only) and clamping are performed. The clamped signal is switched between 0 dB/6 dB/12 dB/ 18 dB by the amplifier composed of Q110 to Q117 and blanking cleaning is performed by IC102. Clamping is also performed in this amplifier. After this, the change of 0 dB/3 dB/6 dB/12 dB and flare correction are performed in the amplifier composed of Q125 to Q131 and Q133 to Q135, and the signals are output to the DPR-261 board. In addition, switching of the video signal and TEST SAW signal is also performed.

DPR-261 Board The DPR-261 board is mainly composed of the A/D block which converts analog RGB signals input from the VA226 board to digital, camera DSP (digital signal processor) block which performs various signal processing, and D/A block which converts digital signals processed by the camera DSP block to analog. In the A/D block, after analog RGB signals input from the VA-226 board are clamped, they are passed through the pre-filters (FL101, FL102, and FL103), and converted to 14-bit digital signals by the A/D converter (IC102, IC202, and IC302). The A/D-converted digital signals are input to the camera DSP LSI (IC1). IC1 performs detection of average values and peak values of video signals required for automatic operations of the camera such as auto black balance, auto white balance, auto iris, etc., processings white balance, white shading correction, matrix, detail, and gamma, and digital encoding for VBS signals. 25 PsF/29.94 PsF conversion functions and slow shutter are also realized using the SDRAM (IC801). These processed signals are output from IC1 as various digital video signals. Of the digital video signals output from IC1, only the Y/RY/B-Y signals for the digital CA are passed through the buffers (IC1001 to IC1005) and then output at the DPR261 board as the digital signals. The other digital signals are converted to analog signal. In the D/A block, the Y/R-Y/B-Y signal is D/A-converted by IC501, the VBS/SC by IC502, the Y/R-Y/B-Y signal for VF by IC503, and the TEST signal by IC800. The DPR-261 board, also control PLL and H-Phase/SCPhase at genlock and generates various timing pulses such as HD/VD/SYNC.

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IF-969 Board The IF-969 board is composed of the driver block which switches and outputs the analog signals D/A converted by the DPR-261 board and RET signal sent when CCU is connected to each block, and the I/O block inputs/outputs the control signals from/to the lens, VF and the camera adaptor. The VBS signal which is D/A-converted by the DPR-261 board is input to the IF-969 board and branched into two. One is sent to the camera adaptor as VBS output by 75 Z output driver after passed through the video driver IC (IC105). The other is switched by the analog switch IC (IC104) and output at the TEST OUT terminal. This unit has the two systems to output the TEST signal. One system outputs the TEST signal as a MONITOR OUT to the camera adaptor after being switched by IC104 analog switch. The other outputs that at the TEST OUT terminal by the 75 Z output driver after passing through IC105 driver IC. At this terminal, VBS, TEST or RET signals which is selected by IC104 analog switch is output. According to another switch setting, character signal can be added to the above output signal. The RET signal sent when CCU is connected and the GENLOCK input signal from the camera adaptor are switched by the analog switch circuit (Q101 to Q107) and the RET signal is separated to two pathes. The one is output at the TEST OUT terminal via the analog switch IC (IC104) after switching between the RET signal and the TEST signal is done by the analog switch circuit (Q126, Q115 to Q117, IC2). The other is output to VF VIDEO OUT after switching between the RET signal and the VFVIDEO signal is done by the analog switch circuit (Q4 to Q6). And also, to synchronize the GENLOCK input of the camera adaptor with the external input video signal, the IF969 board is provided with the floating amplifier circuit and sync separation circuit to send the external sync signals EXT-SC and EXT-SYNC to the DPR-261 board. When a color VF is connected, the signals VF-Y, VF R-Y, VF B-Y input from the DPR-261 board are mixed with the cursor, marker signal and character signal generated in the character generator IC (IC5) and then output as a COLOR VF signal. When a white/black VF is connected, the VF-Y signal input from the DPR-261 board are mixed with the cursor, marker and character signals in the different block to the COLOR VF signal and then output to VF VIDEO OUT as a monochrome VF signal.

The I/O block controls the switching input signal from the switches of the camera, input/output signals from/to the camera adaptor and lens, and output signal to VF using the I/O expander (IC307) which communicates with the AT148 board.

1-7-3. System Control (AT-148 Board)


AT-148 Board The AT-148 board is provided with a CPU (IC11) which performs system control. It is operated by the program written in the ROM (IC231 and IC232). The program can be upgraded using a memory stick via the controller IC222. The AT-148 board is also provided with a general memory SRAM (IC216 and IC217) and FRAM (IC220 and IC221) for recording system setting conditions, etc. The external 8-bit bus (IC205, IC206, IC207, and IC208) controls the I/O expander (IC307) of the IF-969 board and the digital signal processor LSI (IC1) of the DPR-261 board. It also controls IC1 of the TG-229 board, IC104 of the NR-72 board, D/A converter (IC702 and IC704) of the VA-226 board, D/A converter (IC504 and IC509) of the DPR-261 board, and switch input (IC1001 and IC1002) of the CN-2205 board by serial communication. The A/D converter of the CPU reads the IRIS, ZOOM, and EXTENDER signals from the lens, and controls the lens via the channel B of the communication IC (IC224). In additional the CPU performs temperature control using the temperature sensor signal of channel G sent from the CCD block (PA-273 board), position control from the filter block, tape remainder control, and audio volume control. It is also provided with the serial I/O which communicates with the CCU using the 700 protocol (channel A of IC224) and the calendar function (IC3).

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1-7-4. Power Supply Block (DC-DC Converter) (RE-201 Board)


RE-201 Board . The RE-201 board is a DC-DC converter which outputs 11 types of voltages altogether. . PWM Clock Signal The PWM POWER CONTROL (IC8) generates and supplies the master clock (triangular wave of 90 10 kHz) for all controller ICs (IC2, IC3, IC7, and IC8) . . Input Voltage Monitoring Circuit The RE-201 board has an input voltage monitoring circuit (IC4). If the voltage is within the appropriate range, it supplies power to each controller IC (IC2, IC3, IC7, and IC8) and REF voltage IC (IC1). The power supply circuit starts up when the input power voltage is within the range of +10.0 V to +18.8 V. Once it has started up, the circuit keeps operating until the input power voltage decreases below the lower limit (+9.4 V). . Protection Circuit for Shorting of Output Circuit Each output is connected with a diode or transistor. In normal operations, they are reverse-biased so that they are turned OFF. However if any single output is shorted, or if there is no output due to some defect, the diode and transistor of the corresponding block are turned ON and IC9 sends a L_SHUTDOWN signal. The master clock is stopped by this signal, and the outputs of all voltages stop. . Output Overvoltage Protection Circuit An overvoltage detection circuit is equipped only for the +1.4 V output. When the +1.4 V output exceeds +2.0 V under abnormal conditions, the outputs of all voltages are stopped by the L_SHUTDOWN signal like the output short-circuit protection circuit.

. Voltage Control Circuit The eight output voltages out of the 11 voltages are stabilized with direct feedback control by the PWM POWER CONTROL (IC2, IC3, IC7, and IC8). Each control IC can independently control two voltages each. +1.4 V, +2.5 V, +5.3 V, +3.3 V, +6.6 V, and +9.3 V are output from the step-down chopper circuit while _5 V is output from the polarity reversed chopper circuit. The sync rectification circuit is adopted for all except +9.3V to obtain high efficiency. _10.5 V is output from the flyback regulator using the transformer T1. The three voltages +16.0 V, +32.0 V, and +46.0 V are also output by the T1 coil, however they are not directly stabilized. For +1.4 V, accurate voltage is required. Therefore, it detects the voltage in the DPR-261 board to absorb voltage drop during transmission.

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1-8. Diagnosis
The unit is provided with the diagnosis function which can be used for the self-diagnosis of each plug-in board and the OHB, and is displayed in the OPERATION menu. Operation Display the DIAGNOSIS page of the OPERATION menu referring to Section 3-1. Display
<DIAGNOSIS> ROM:V1.00 1 CAMERA:UC OHB:-VA :-DPR:-IF :-AT :-HUR:99999H CCU :-CA-570 MD:-AU:-TR:--

2 3 4 5 6 7

Description on display
Marks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Board/Block OHB (CCD UNIT) VA-226 DPR-261 IF-969 AT-148 HUR CCU/RM * Criteria for judging Communication error with IC8/PA-272 board Communication error with IC701 or defect of sub-regulator circuit operation inside the board. Communication error with IC507 or defect of sub-regulator circuit operation inside the board. Communication error with IC307 or defect of sub-regulator circuit operation inside the board. Low capacity of BT1 Indicates the power-on time of the camera. (The display stops in 99999 when the power-on time exceeds 99999H.) The serial data is correctly received from the CCU or RM connected to the unit. (__ is displayed during a normal operation.)

* When neither CCU nor RM is connected, RM: NC is displays.

About mark 8 CA, is as described below according to the type of CA connected to the camera. Refer to the maintenance manual supplied with the camera adaptor.
CA-570 MD:-AU:-TR:-CA-530 VSE:-DVP:-DC :-CA-550 MD:-AU:-TR:-CA-950 DA :-IF :-AU :-SDI:-DPR:-TX :--

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1-9. Contents of the EEPROM and FRAM Data


The data that is stored in the EEPROM and FRAM on the respective boards, is shown below. n Part numbers of the following ICs are shown in Vol. 2 Section 1. Spare Parts of the separate Maintenance Manual are the ICs before saving the data contents.
Board AT-148 Ref. No. (address) IC220 (A-2/A side) IC221 (A-3/A side) IC507 (F-10/A side) IC8 (B-1/B side) IC701 (D-12/A side) EEPROM/ FRAM FRAM Contents of the saved data Reference file setting data Scene file setting data Lens file setting data Operator file setting data VF menu setting data Factory adjustment data of DPR-261 board (except SC Frequency data) Factory adjustment data of CCD block SC Frequency data Factory adjustment data of VA-226 board Adjustment/setup upon replacement of EEPROM/FRAM Refer to Section 1-10-7.

DPR-261

EEPROM

Refer to Section 1-10-6.

PA-272

EEPROM

*1

VA-226

EEPROM

Refer to Section 1-10-5.

*1: IC8 on the PA-272 board cannot be replaced because the data cannot be re-set. When IC needs to be replaced due to defective IC, contact your local Sony Sales Office/Service Center.

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1-10. Adjustment and Setting Items After Replacement of Board


When replacing the following boards, perform the adjustments or settings referring to Section 5 Electrical Alignment If no adjustment item is listed, no adjustment is required.
Board CCD unit TG-229 board NR-72 board VA-226 board DPR-261 board AT-148 board Referring section 1-10-1. CCD Unit 1-10-2. TG-229 Board 1-10-3. NR-72 Board 1-10-4. VA-226 Board 1-10-5. DPR-261 Board 1-10-6. AT-148 Board

1-10-4. VA-226 Board


The EEPROM (IC701) is mounted on the VA-226 board. Perform the following adjustments, when this IC is replaced, too. Adjustment Items After Board or EEPROM is Replaced 5-2-1. Black Balance Adjustment 5-2-2. Offset Adjustment 5-2-3. Flare Offset Adjustment

1-10-5. DPR-261 Board


The EEPROM (IC507) is mounted on the DPR-261 board. Perform the following adjustments, when this IC is replaced, too. Adjustment Items After Board or EEPROM is Replaced 5-4-1. Video Level Adjustment 5-4-2. TEST OUT Level Adjustment

1-10-1. CCD Unit


Adjustment and Setting Items After CCD Unit is Replaced 5-3-1. PA Gain Adjustment 5-4-3. SC Frequency Adjustment 4-7. OHB file (Adjustment and Saving the OHB file)

1-10-2. TG-229 Board


Setting Items After Board is Replaced Referring to Section 1-4, set the internal switches.

1-10-6. AT-148 Board


The unique setting data that is set by user is written into IC220 and IC221 on the AT-148 board. Therefore, when these ICs were replaced with new ICs in replacing the board or IC itself, the data set by user is lost, and is returned to their factory-setting values. Perform the following settings, when these ICs are replaced, too. Setting Items After Board or FRAM is Replaced

1-10-3. NR-72 Board


Setting Items After Board is Replaced Referring to Section 1-4, set the internal switch.

. Reset the reference file, operator file and scene file. (Refer to Section 4.) . Replace lithium battery on the AT-148 board with a new one, and reset date. (Refer to Sections 1-1-5 and 3-5.)

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1-11. Upgrading the Software


The version of the MAIN program and BOOT program can be upgraded using the memory stick. According to necessary, follow the procedures shown below. m . The upgrading program must have already been saved in a memory stick before. . Refer to Section 5-1-6 to display of the SERVICE menu. . Refer to Section 3-1 for the basic operations of the setup menu.

Upgrading by Powering ON the Unit 1. Insert the memory stick in which the upgrading program is already saved. 2. Turn on the power while pressing the VTR START switch and MENU SELECT knob on the camera front simultaneously. 3. The upgrading status is displayed on the viewfinder screen. 4. When the version upgrade is completed, the message Complete will be displayed. n When the tally switch on the camera adaptor is set to ON, the tally lamp will blink during being upgrading, and then light up when upgrading is completed. 5. Restart the unit, and confirm the version indication using DIAGNOSIS menu.

1-11-1. Upgrading MAIN Program


When the Setup Menu is Used for Version Upgrading 1. Insert the memory stick in which the upgrading program is already saved. 2. Display the FIRM UPDATE page of the SERVICE menu, and execute the MAIN PROGRAM. 3. The upgrading status is displayed on the viewfinder screen. 4. When the version upgrade is completed, the message Complete will be displayed. n When the tally switch on the camera adaptor is set to ON, the tally lamp will blink during being upgrading, and then light up when upgrading is completed. 5. Restart the unit, and confirm the version indication using DIAGNOSIS menu.

1-11-2. Upgrading BOOT Program


BOOT program is a software renewing the firmware using the memory stick. Do not operate this program except upgrading the program. 1. Insert the memory stick in which the upgrading program is already saved. 2. Display the FIRM UPDATE page of the SERVICE menu, and execute the BOOT PROGRAM. 3. When the version upgrade is completed, the message Complete will be displayed. n When the tally switch on the camera adaptor is set to ON, the tally lamp will blink during being upgrading, and then light up when upgrading is completed.

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1-12. Setting Scene File Number


The number of scene files that can be registered can be changed (to 5 or 32) using the SERVICE menu of this unit. The number of scene files can be stored in the internal memory of this unit, memory stick, and IC memory card (when MSU is used). However, pay attention to the following when changing the number of scene files again after it is changed. When the number of scene files is switched from 5 to 32: Indefinite data is registered in the values of scene files 6 to 32. Be sure to register new data again before using the scene files. When the number of scene files is switched from 32 to 5: The data registered in scene files 6 to 32 is deleted. The deleted data cannot be restored. m . This setting corresponds only to MSU-700A/750 and RCP-730 series. . Each scene file have no compatibility among the cameras if their scene file number differs. How to change Change the scene file number using the SETUP page in the SERVICE menu. Refer to Section 5-1-6 to display of the SERVICE menu. Menu setting: MENU: SERVICE PAGE: SETUP ITEM: SCENE FILE TYPE 5 or 32

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1-13. Removing and Reinstalling the Flexible Card Wires


This unit uses two types of flexible card wire. n Life of flexible card wire will be significantly shortened if it is folded. Be very careful not to fold the flexible card wire. Type-A Removal 1. Open the connector latch in the direction of arrow A to release the lock. 2. Remove the flexible card wire in the direction of arrow B.

Type-B Removal 1. Open the connector latch in the direction of arrow A to release the lock. 2. Remove the flexible card wire in the direction of arrow B.
Connector latch

Connector A

Flexible card wire

Flexible card wire

Reinstallation 1. Hold the flexible card wire with its blue surface facing upward, and insert it in the direction of arrow A. 2. Close the connector latch in the direction of arrow B to lock it.
Connector latch Connector Flexible card wire B

B A

Connector latch

Connector
A

Reinstallation
Blue surface

1. Hold the flexible card wire with its blue surface facing to the front, and insert it in the direction of arrow A. 2. Close the connector latch in the direction of arrow B to lock it.

Flexible card wire

A B

Connector latch

Blue surface Connector


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1-14. How to Extend the Circuit Board


1-14-1. Extending the DPR-261 Board
Tool: DPR-197 board extension assembly 1. Remove the left side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the four screws, and remove the DPR-261 board. 3. Extend the DPR-261 board as shown below using the DPR-197 board extension assembly.

1-14-2. Extending the DC-DC Converter


Tool: EX-878 Board 1. Remove the right side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the DC-DC converter (RE-201 board). (Refer to Section 2-12.) 3. Connect the connector CN1 on the EX-878 board to the connector CN10 on the MB-953 board. 4. Connect the DC-DC converter to the connector CN2 or CN3 on the EX-878 board.

CN10/MB-953 board
CN13 MB-953 board EX-884 board side

CN1

EX-878 board CN2 CN3

CN1

B2.6 x 5

EX-885 board side

DPR-197 board extension assembly

DC-DC converter

DPR-261 board

B2.6 x 5

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1-14-3. Extending the CCD Block


Tools: Flexible card wire (30P, 140 mm) ( 2 pieces) EX Harness (3 pieces) Tweezers 1. Remove the CCD block. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.) 2. Remove the NR-72 board. (Refer to Sections 2-1-1 and 2-1-3.) 3. Replace the two flexible card wires connected to CN2 and CN3 on the MB-953 board and CN1 and CN2 on the NR-72 board with the wires of 140 mm in length respectively. Return the NR-72 board to the normal position.

4. Connects the three EX harnesses between the connectors CN4, CN5, CN6 on the MB-953 board and the three harnesses connected the CCD block.

EX Harness CN4 CN5 CN6 R G B CN5 CN6 CN4 Red Yellow Blue

MB-953 board CN2

NR-72 board CN3 B2.6 x 4

MB-953 board

EX Harness CCD block


CN1 CN2 Flexible card wires (140 mm)

5. Return the DPR-261 board to the normal position.

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1-15. Inspection and Maintenance


1-15-1. Recommended Replacement Parts
Parts listed below are recommended replacement parts. Replace them according to necessary.
Fig No. 1 2 3 Description PAD ASSY RET SW COVER ASSY FILTER UNIT, OPTICAL FILTER UNIT, OPTICAL FILTER UNIT, OPTICAL FILTER UNIT, OPTICAL 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 !!= ![ !] !\ BATTERY, LITHIUM CR-2032 RING, BAYONET PACKING, VF BUTTON, VTR START COVER, SWITCH (CC) PAD, DROP PROTECTION (MENU) PAD, DROP PROTECTION (MS) CUSHION, DROP PROTECTION (FRONT) PAD, DROP PROTECTION (SIDE) CAP (TEST OUT) SHEET, HANDLE CUSHION, DRIP-PROOF (T) Sony P/N A-8279-977-X X-3608-852-X 1-547-579-2X 1-758-002-1X 1-467-820-2X 1-467-820-1X ! 1-528-174-XX 3-790-043-0X 3-710-024-0X 3-729-069-0X 3-641-917-0X 3-641-918-0X 3-641-922-0X 3-641-920-0X 3-658-973-0X 3-641-919-0X 3-854-372-0X 3-855-578-0X Remarks rubber *1 rubber *1 for BVP-E30 *2 for BVP-E30P *2 for BVP-E30WS *2 for BVP-E30WSP *2 every 7 years *3 every 5 years *4 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 rubber *1 synthetic leather *1 rubber *1

*1 : Check for deformation and deterioration from time to time. Replace it as necessary. *2 : The optical filter unit can become nebulous (intransparent and whitened) with elapse of time. Then it will not satisfy the required characteristics. Replace it as needed. *3 : For details, refer to Section 1-1-5. *4 : There can be a case that the lens cannot be securely fixed due to abrasion after long hours of use. Check deformation and deterioration, and replace it as necessary.

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1-15-2. Cares after Using under Special Environment


Checking the followings is recommended when returned from the news gathering at seaside, at the dusty locations, at hot spring, or if the unit is heavily splashed with water or water leaks in the unit in the rough weather or the like. 1. Carefully clean off sand and dust that entered the unit with airbrush or the like. 2. If salt contained in seawater or sulfur contained in hot spring attaches o the non-painted surface of outer cabinet, the cabinet may corrode in white. If it attaches, wipe it off immediately with alcohol. 3. If water leaks inside the unit, dry the unit with hair-dryer. Check especially that water does not remain in the CCD block or the power supply block. n If the unit is not taken care of appropriately, corrosion may occur inside that may cause fire and electric shock. 4. Clean out the contacting surface of connectors. 5. Perform the general operational check and confirm that the unit operates correctly without any abnormality.

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1-15-3. Fixtures
Fig. No. Part No. 1 2 3 4 5 A-8318-864-A A-8344-323-A A-8344-327-A 1-823-429-11 1-961-653-21 Description EX-464 EX-878 DPR-197 board extension assembly Flexible card wire (30P, 140 mm) EX Harness Purpose Extending the plug-in boards Extending the DC-DC convertar (Refer to Section 1-14-2.) Extending the DPR-261 board (Refer to Section 1-14-1.) Extending the CCD block (Refer to Section 1-14-3.) n The two Flexible card wires of this type and three EX Harness are required to extend the CCD block. 6 J-6026-130-B Gray scale chart (4:3 transparent type) To adjust camera

commercially available Gray scale chart (4:3 reflective type) J-6394-080-A 7 8 9 0 J-6029-140-B J-6326-120-A J-6325-400-A 7-700-736-05 7-700-736-06 _ _ Gray scale chart (16:9 transparent type) Pattern box PTB-500 Hexagonal bit Torque screwdriver (3 kg) Hexagon wrench (d = 1.5 mm) Hexagon wrench (d = 0.89 mm) Memory stick (commercially available) To store the camera settings To remove screw To tighten screw

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1-16. Notes for Replacing Parts


There are two kinds of types in the parts below used in this unit. . Flexible card wires (Refer to Section 1-16-1.) . Boards (Refer to Section 1-16-2.) . Connectors on the board (for flexible card wires) (Refer to Section 1-16-3.) When replacing the parts above, be sure to follow the instructions described in 1-16-1. Notes for Replacing the Flexible Card Wire, 1-16-2. Notes for Replacing the Board, and 1-16-3. Notes for Replacing the Connector on the Board. Be sure to use the specified parts. Using un-specified parts causes the change in the characteristics of this unit and the unit does not work properly. Spare parts are listed in the spare parts list of Spare Parts Section. In the spare parts list, (GOLD) or (SILVER) is put after each part name to distinguish two kinds of types (gold and silver).

1-16-1. Notes for Replacing the Flexible Card Wire


When replacing the flexible card wires listed below, confirm the conductive (terminal) part color of the flexible card wires and follow the procedure below. 1. Replace the flexible card wire with a flexible card wire whose conductive part is gold when the conductive part of a flexible card wire is gold. n For the board on which a connector whose contact surface is gold is used, G is put after the board name by silkscreen printing or a G seal is attached to the empty space on the board. Example: CN-2205G 2. Replace the flexible card wire with a flexible card wire whose conductive part is silver when the conductive part of a flexible card wire is silver. In this case, silk G or a G seal is not put on the board name.

1-16-2. Notes for Replacing the Board


Replace the board with a board of the same number as the spare part number of the board to be removed when replacing a board. Example: A spare part number is put on the board.
A-1159-990-A

A spare part number is put on side A or B of the board by silk-screen printing or a spare part code label (spare part number) is attached on side A or B.

Spare part number

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1-16-3. Notes for Replacing the Connector on the Board


There are two types of connectors for the flexible card wire mounted on the board used in this unit. Distinguish them in the procedure below when replacing these connectors. 1. The contact surface of the connector used for a board is gold when the conductive part of a flexible card wire is gold. In a spare parts list, (GOLD) is put after the part name. 2. The contact surface of the connector used for a board is silver when the conductive part of a flexible card wire is silver. In a spare parts list, (SILVER) is put after the part name.

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Section 2 Replacement of Main Parts


2-1. Replacing the CCD Block and Component Parts
2-1-1. Replacing the CCD Unit
n Filter disk unit and the DR-536 board are not attached to CCD unit for repair of the BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP. Install the removed filter disk unit into a new CCD unit. 1. Remove the right and left side panels. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the four screws, and remove the DPR-261 board.
MB-953 board

3. Disconnect the two flexible card wires from the connectors CN2 and CN3 of the MB-953 board, and three harnesses from the connectors CN4 (red), CN5 (yellow) and CN6 (blue). n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. 4. Remove the four screws with stopper, and remove the CCD block.

CN4 CN5 CN6

R G B

Red Yellow Blue

CN5 (yellow)
DPR-261 board

CN4 (red)

CN6 (blue)

B2.6 x 5

Screws with stopper

B2.6 x 5

MB-953 board CN2 CN3 CCD block Screws with stopper

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5. BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP Loosen each two setscrews of the ND filter knob and CC filter knob using an L shaped wrench (across flat has 0.89 mm), and remove the knobs. BVP-E30P Loosen a setscrew of the filter knob using an L shaped wrench (across flat has 1.5 mm), and remove the knob.

6. Remove the four screws, and remove the front panel.


CCD unit

Front panel

Setscrews (WP2 x 3) CC filter knob

SW3

*1

M3 x 8

M3 x 8

SW3

ND filter knob

Setscrews (WP2 x 3)

BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP

Setscrew (WP3 x 3) *1

7. BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP Remove the filter disk unit and the DR-536 board, and install them into a new CCD unit. (Refer to Section 21-3.) 8. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal. n After replacement, and adjust the position of the filter knob referring to Section 2-1-2.

Filter knob BVP-E30P

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2-1-2. Positioning Adjustment for Filter Knob


BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP 1. Rotate the outer knob shaft until the cross filter can be seen from the lens mount. 2. Align the CC filter knob number A with the mark on the front panel and tighten the two setscrews. Tightening torque: 20 x 10 _2 N.m (2.0 kgf.cm) 3. Rotate the CC filter knob, and check that it rotates smoothly. 4. Rotate the inner knob shaft until the clear filter (straight through filter) can be seen from the lens mount. 5. Align the ND filter knob number 1 with the mark on the front panel and tighten the two setscrews. Tightening torque: 20 x 10 _2 N.m (2.0 kgf.cm) 6. Rotate the ND filter knob, and check that it rotates smoothly.
Setscrews (WP2 x 3) Setscrews (WP2 x 3)

BVP-E30P 1. Rotate the knob shaft until the filter with the lightest color can be seen from th lens mount. 2. Align the filter knob number 1 with the mark on the front panel and tighten the setscrew. Tightening torque: 50 x 10 _2 N.m (5.0 kgf.cm) 3. Rotate the filter knob, and check that it rotates smoothly.

Setscrew (WP3 x 3)

Filter knob

Mark

ND filter knob CC filter knob Mark

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2-1-3. Replacing the Boards Inside the CCD Unit


Remove the CCD block first from the camera, and perform the following steps. (Refer to Section 2-1-1.) n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. BVP-E30/E30WS/E30WSP 1. Removing the filter disk unit m . At removal and installation, do not touch the surfaces of the filter. . When replacing the filter disk unit, replace the DR-536 board together. (1) Disconnect the harnesses from the connectors CN2 of the DR-536 board. (2) Remove the two screws.

2. Removing the DR-536 board (1) Disconnect the flexible card wire. (2) Remove the three screws. 3. Removing the NR-72 board (1) Disconnect the flexible card wires from the connectors CN1 and CN2 of the NR-72 board. (2) Remove the two nylon rivets and three screws. 4. Removing the TG-229 board (1) Disconnect the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) from the connectors CN3 and CN4 of the TG-229 board. (2) Remove the three screws. 5. Removing the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) Disconnect the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) from the connector CN1 of the PA-272/273/274 board. 6. Installing Install a new board in the reverse order of steps 1 to 5.

1 4
B2.6 x 4 CN3 CN1 B2.6 x 4 Nylon rivet B2.6 x 4 B2.6 x 4

Nylon rivet

B2.6 x 4 B2.6 x 4 CN2 Precision P2 x 5.0

CN4

5
Precision P2 x 5.0 K3 x 6

CN1 B2.6 x 4

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BVP-E30P 1. Removing the NR-72 board (1) Disconnect the harness from the connector CN4, and flexible card wires from CN1 and CN2 of the NR-72 board. (2) Remove the two nylon rivets and three screws. 2. Removing the TG-229 board (1) Disconnect the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) from the connectors CN3 and CN4 of the TG-229 board. (2) Remove the three screws. 3. Removing the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) Disconnect the flexible card board (CN-2148 board) from the connector CN1 of the PA-272/273/274 board. 4. Installing Install a new board in the reverse order of steps 1 to 3.
Nylon rivet

2
B2.6 x 4 B2.6 x 4 CN3 B2.6 x 4

Nylon rivet

B2.6 x 4 CN4 CN1 B2.6 x 4

CN4

Precision P2 x 5.0

B2.6 x 4 CN2

Precision P2 x 5.0

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2-1-4. Adjusting Filter Position After Replacing the DR-536 Board


When the DR-536 board is replaced or an ND filter position is not correctly fit, use the following procedure to mechanically adjust the filter position. (Example) Fine adjusting the position of ND filter #2 (ND25 %) counterclockwise 1. Press the PushSW on the DR-536 board for one to two seconds. 2. The LED lights green. (Adjustment mode) 3. Set the DipSW as shown in the figure.

SW1

CN2

DipSW PushSW SW2

4. Select ND2 through the camera. 5. Press the PushSW. The filter position changes each time the switch is pressed. Turn gently the filter clockwise or counterclockwise by hand, until the right and left click positions become equal. 6. Check through the camera that ND2 correctly clicks clockwise and counterclockwise. 7. To adjust other filters, repeat the procedure from step 3. 8. When the position adjustments are completed, press the PushSW for one to two seconds to write the adjusted positions. Check that the LED turns orange. (Rewriting check) 9. To execute the rewriting, press the PushSW again for one to two seconds. n Rewriting is limited to 19 times. Therefore, perform steps 1 to 7 carefully and then press the PushSW. To cancel rewriting, press the PushSW shortly to invalidate the adjustment data and to exit the adjustment mode. 10. When the rewriting is completed, the LED lights green for five seconds, and then the unit exits the adjustment mode. 11. To adjust the filter position again, repeat the procedure from step 1.

LED CPU

DR-536 board DipSW Key Assignment ON 1 2 3 4 1: ON ..... CC filter disk position adjustment OFF ... ND filter disk position adjustment 2: ON ..... Adjustments of all filters OFF ... Adjustment of one filter 3: ON ..... Fine CCW adjustment (viewed from motor shaft) OFF ... Fine CW adjustment (viewed from motor shaft) 4: Reserved (Not used) 1: OFF, 2: OFF, 3: ON

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2-2. Replacing the VF Connector


1. Remove the CCD block. (Refer to Section 2-1.) 2. Remove the two screws, and remove the VF connector. 3. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN801 of the SW-1071 board. 4. Disconnect the flexible card wire from the connector CN1 of the MB-953 board. n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. 5. Desolder the VF connector, and replace it.
MB-953 board CN1

2-3. Replacing the Illuminated ASSIGNABLE Switch


1. Remove the CCD block. (Refer to Section 2-1.) 2. Remove the two screws, and remove the switch panel. 3. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1201 of the SW-1075 board. 4. Remove the three screws with stopper, and remove the handle.
+B2.6 x 6

Switch panel +B2.6 x 6 SW-1075 board Handle CN1201

Screw with stoper

Screws with stopper

VF connector

B2.6 x 5

CN801 SW-1071 board Flexible card wire

6. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of steps 1 to 4.

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5. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN801 of the SW-1071 board. 6. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN18 of the MB-953 board. 7. Remove the three screws, and remove the handle holder.
Handle holder B4 x 8 SW-1071 board

9. Remove the two screws, and remove the SW-1071 board. n When removing, do not lose the CC switch cover. 10. Desolder the ASSIGNABLE switch, and replace it.
Bracket (SW-1071)

B3 x 5 CN801

ASSIGNABLE switch

B2.6 x 5 CC switch cover

SW-1071 board

MB-953 board CC switch cover Handle holder

CN18

8. Remove the two screws, and remove the bracket (SW-1071).


Handle holder

11. Install the SW-1071 board to the bracket (SW-1071) with the two screws. m . Put the tip of the ASSIGNABLE switch into the CC switch cover. . Put the tip of the CC switch cover at the center of the hole on the handle holder. . Push the CC switch cover, and check the click sound that the switch clicks when pushing ON/OFF. 12. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of steps 1 to 8. n When installing the handle holder, make sure the harnesses are routed properly and are not caught between the handle holder and the chassis.

Bracket (SW-1071)

B2.6 x 5

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2-4. Replacing the RET/INCOM Switch


1. Remove the three screws, and remove the switch panel. 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1201 of the MB-953 board. 3. Remove the three screws, and remove the SW-1075 board. 4. Desolder the switch to be replaced, and replace it.
+B2.6 x 6

2-5. Removing the V Shoe Bracket


1. Release the lock lever. 2. Slide the shoulder pad until the heads of the hexagon cap screws with stopper become visible. 3. Loosen the two hexagon cap screws with stopper, and remove the shoulder pad. 4. Remove the seven screws, and remove the V shoe bracket.
M3 x 8

Switch panel
Shoulder pad

+B2.6 x 6 SW-1075 board INCOM switch

RET switch CN1201

BTP2.6 x 6

K4 x 10 M3 x 8 V shoe bracket

Lock lever Hexagon cap screws with stopper

5. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

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2-6. Replacing the MENU SELECT Knob/ MENU Switch/DISPLAY Switch


1. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 2. Remove the MENU SELECT knob. 3. Remove the two screws, and remove the switch block with the two harnesses connected to the CN-2205 board. n The drop protection pad will remove at the same time. Be careful not to lose it. 4. Disconnect the two harnesses from the connectors CN1005 and CN1004 of the CN-2205 board.

5. Remove the screw securing the SW-1069 board to the encoder bracket, and remove the SW-1069 board. 6. Desolder the switch to be replaced, and replace it. 7. Remove the nut fixing the MENU SELECT knob, and remove the SW-1070 board. 8. Desolder the rotary encoder (MENU SELECT knob), and replace it.
B2.6 x 5 Encoder bracket Projection Hole

Washer

SW-1069 board

CN-2205 board MENU SELECT knob


Nut

P2.6 x 5
Rotary encoder (MENU SELECT knob) SW-1070 board

Drop protection pad

Switch block CN1005 CN1004 P2.6 x 5

9. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal. n When installing the SW-1069 board, put the projection of the encoder bracket into the hole of the SW-1069 board surely.

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2-7. Replacing the LENS Connector


1. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN14 of the MB-953 board. 3. Remove the two screws, and the front switch panel. 4. Remove the two screws, and remove the LENS connector. 5. Desolder the LENS connector, and replace it.
MB-953 board

2-8. Replacing the TEST OUT Connector


1. 2. 3. 4. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) Remove the left side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) Remove the DPR-261 board. (Refer to Section 2-1.) Disconnect the harness from the connector CN17 of the MB-953 board. 5. Pull out the cap. 6. Remove the screw, and remove the TEST OUT connector. 7. Desolder the TEST OUT connector, and replace it.

MB-953 board

CN14

Precision P2.6 x 5

Precision P2.6 x 5 Front switch panel LENS connector

CN17 Precision P2.6 x 5 Cap

6. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

CN-2210 board

TEST OUT connector

8. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

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2-9. Replacing the Side Switch Panel Block


1. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 2. Remove the right side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 3. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1006 of the CN-2205 board.

2-10. Replacing the Front Switch Panel Block


1. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1003 of the CN-2205 board. 3. Remove the two screws, and remove the front switch panel block. 4. Remove the two screws, and remove the SW-1068 board, VR knob, VTR START button, shield plate and drop protection cushions. 5. Desolder the switch or volume to be replaced, and replace it.

CN1006 CN-2205 board

CN1003 VTR START button

CN-2205 board

Drop protection cushion

BTP2.6 x 6

4. Remove the two screws, and remove the side switch panel block. 5. Remove the two screws, and remove the SW-1067 board, shield plate and drop protection pad. 6. Desolder the switch to be replaced, and replace it.
Precision P2.6 x 5
Precision P2.6 x 5

SW-1068 board Shield plate Drop protection cushion VR knob Front switch panel

6. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.


Side switch panel

Drop protection pad

Shield plate

SW-1067 board

BTP2.6 x 6

7. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal. 2-12 (E)


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2-11. Replacing the MIC Connector


1. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 2. Disconnect the harness from the connector CN1002 of the CN-2205 board. 3. Remove the two screws, and remove the MIC connector with harness. 4. Desolder the MIC connector, and replace it.
CN-2205 board CN1002

2-12. Replacing the DC-DC Converter


1. Remove the right side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the two screws, and remove the DC-DC converter (RE-201 board) while pushing it up in the arrow direction, and replace it with a new one.

MB-953 board

DC-DC converter (RE-201 board)

P2.6 x 5

MIC connector K2.6 x 6

3. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal. 5. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

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2-13. Replacing the MB-953 Board


1. Remove the right and left side panels. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the AT-148, IF-969 and VA-226 boards, the DC-DC converter (RE-201 board), and the two shield plates.
MB-953 board

3. Remove the DPR-261 board. (Refer to Section 2-1.) 4. Disconnect the five flexible card wires from the connectors CN1, CN2, CN3, CN15 and CN16, and disconnect the six harnesses from the connectors CN4 (red), CN5 (yellow), CN6 (blue), CN14, CN17 and CN18 of the MB-953 board. n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life. 5. Remove the four screws and two supports, and remove the MB-953 board with the board rail (upper) attached. n Do not remove the two screws fixing the board rail (upper) to the MB-953 board.

DC-DC converter (RE-201 board)

P2.6 x 5

Board rail (upper) MB-953 board AT-148 board Shield plate IF-969 board VA-226 board Shield plate Supports

B2.6 x 5 Face the chamfered corners upward. Shield plate

B2.6 x 5

CN4 CN5 MB-953 board CN4 (red) CN5 (yellow) CN17 CN6 (blue) CN18 CN1 CN6

R G B

Red Yellow Blue

[Notes|at|Installation] . If the shield plate is caught on the board rail (lower) at installing the shield plate, insert the shield plate while lifting up. . Insert the shield plate with the notch foward as shown in the figure. Incorrect orientation may cause the unit to short out.

CN2 CN15 CN3 CN16 CN4


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6. Remove the two screws, and remove the board rail (upper). 7. Install the removed board rail (upper) to a new MB953 board.
Board rail (upper)

2-14. Replacing the CN-2204 Board


1. Remove the MB-953 board. (Refer to Section 2-13.) 2. Remove the four screws, and remove the partition (1). 3. Remove the four screws, and remove the CN-2204 board. 4. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal. n After attaching the CN-2204 board, loosen the screws A, B and C respectively around 90 degrees, and then tighten these screws after the MB-953 board is attached to the unit.
A B

BTP2.6 x 6 MB-953 board


C P2.6 x 5

Precision P2 x 5

8. Install the MB-953 board to the unit. n When installing, connect the connector CN11 of the MB-953 board with the connector of the CN-2204 board located at the rear of the unit surely. 9. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

P2.6 x 5

CN-2204 board

Partition (1)

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2-15. Replacing the Memory Stick Case (CN-2206 Board)


1. Remove the right and left side panels. (Refer to Section 1-5.) 2. Remove the AT-148, IF-969 and VA-226 boards, the DC-DC converter (RE-201 board), and the two shield plates. (Refer to Section 2-13.) 3. Remove the DPR-261 board. (Refer to Section 2-1.) 4. Remove the V shoe bracket. (Refer to Section 2-5.) 5. Disconnect the two flexible card wires from the connectors CN15 and CN16, and disconnect the two harnesses from the connectors CN14 and CN17 of the MB-953 board. n Be careful not to bend the flexible card wires. This shortens the wire life.

7. Remove the two screws, and remove the board rail (lower).

MB-953 board

Board rail (lower) Pins

BTP2.6 x 6 Pins

MB-953 board CN17 CN14 CN15 CN16

8. Remove the screw from the removed board rail (lower), and remove the CN-2206 board. 9. Replace the CN-2206 board with a new one, and install it to the board rail (lower) in the arrow direction.

Board rail (lower)

6. Remove the four screws to the shoulder base.


Shoulder base

CN-2206 board BTP2.6 x 6

CN-2206 board Board rail (lower)

M3 x 8

10. Install the board rail (lower) to the unit. n When installing, insert two tips of the board rail (lower) into the holes of the MB-953 board surely. 11. Reassemble the parts in the reverse order of removal.

M3 x 8

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Section 3 Setup Menu


3-1. Setup Menu
The setup menu is used for selecting various setting values, items displayed on the viewfinder screen, the method of displaying, and adjustments. The menu is displayed on the viewfinder screen. The menu can also be displayed on an external monitor by connecting it to the TEST OUT connector. Structure of Setup Menu The setup menu is composed of the following menus. . USER menu . USER MENU CUSTOMIZE menu . OPERATION menu . PAINT menu . MAINTENANCE menu . FILE menu . DIAGNOSIS menu . SERVICE menu (Normally not displayed. For details on how to display this menu, refer to Section 51-6. SERVICE Menu.) n Beside above menus, the TOP menu is provided for indicating the whole configuration of the menu items. Equipment Required . BVP-E30/E30P : 1.5-inch viewfinder BVF-10/10CE (or black/white monitor) BVP-E30WS/E30WSP : 2-inch viewfinder BVF-20W/20WCE (or black/white monitor) . Connect a camera control unit CCU-550A/550AP/700A/700AP/900/900P or AC adapter AC-550/ 550CE to supply power to the camera.

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Switches DISPLAY switch ON : Displays characters and messages indicating the settings and operating status of the unit on the viewfinder screen. OFF : Turns off all the displays on the viewfinder screen. MENU : Displays the setup menu on the viewfinder screen. MENU SELECT knob Selects the items displayed on the viewfinder screen and changes settings. MENU switch STATUS : Allows you to check the current setting. CANCEL : Cancels the menu setting mode and returns to the page selection mode or TOP menu. Basic Operations 1. Displaying the menu To display the USER menu or the OPERATION menu, turn the power on and set the DISPLAY switch to MENU. (*1) To display the other menus, obtain the TOP menu screen. (Refer to Section 3-2.) Then, turning the MENU SELECT knob, select the menu to be displayed, and press the MENU SELECT knob. 2. To change pages, move the cursor to the page number and turn the MENU SELECT knob. 3. To shift the cursor, turn the MENU SELECT knob. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob determines the setting.) 4. To change a setting value, move the cursor to the item to be changed and press the MENU SELECT knob, then the cursor turns to ? and the value changes by turning the MENU SELECT knob. (Turning it fast, the value changes greatly, while turning it slowly, the value changes slightly for fine adjustment.) To determine the setting, press the MENU SELECT knob, and to cancel the change, press the MENU switch toward the CANCEL side. 5. By every set of the MENU switch to CANCEL, the screen returns to the item selection mode, page selection mode, and then TOP menu (*2). 6. To delete the menu displayed, set the DISPLAY switch to OFF.
(*1) : The display screen at the power on is changeable. For change, refer to MENU RESUME item in OTHERS Page of the MAINTENANCE menu. (*2) : The screen returns to the TOP menu, only when the basic operation step1 was performed and the operation started from the TOP menu.

DISPLAY switch MENU SELECT knob MENU switch

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3-2. TOP Menu


The TOP menu shows all menu items. You can display the TOP MENU by one of the following methods: . While holding down the MENU SELECT knob, set the DISPLAY switch from OFF to MENU. . While holding down the MENU SELECT knob, turn on the camera. . Select TOP at the right top on the menu. TOP MENU
<TOP MENU> USER USER MENU CUSTOMIZE OPERATION PAINT MAINTENANCE FILE DIAGNOSIS SERVICE

Menu USER

Description You can select desired pages and items from the OPERATION, PAINT, MAINTENANCE, FILE and DIAGNOSIS menu pages and copy and set them on the USER menu. (For details, refer to the operation manual.) Use this menu to edit menu pages to be set on the USER menu. Use this menu to set camera settings for operation and to change camera settings to suit shooting conditions during normal camera operations. Use this menu to make fine adjustments to the image while monitoring the waveform of the camera output on a waveform monitor or other output device. Use this menu for the maintenance purposes or system changes. It also contains the paint items less frequently used. Use this menu for the file operation such as when storing the reference file etc. Use this menu to check the circuit boards that are suspected to have an error or to check the firmware versions. Use this menu to adjust the circuit boards etc., or to update the firmware for service purposes. (Normally not displayed. To display, refer to Section 5-1-6.)

USER MENU CUSTOMIZE OPERATION

PAINT

MAINTENANCE FILE DIAGNOSIS SERVICE

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3-3. OPERATION Menu


The OPERATION menu consists of items that a camera operator can set when changing the viewfinder screen display, etc. TEST/VF OUT page
<TEST/VF OUT> TEST OUT : ENC TEST CHARA. : ON TEST MARKER : OFF VF OUT MIX VF : Y : OFF VF

CHARACTER SYNC:

Item TEST OUT

Setting ENC, Y, R, G, B, RETURN, VF

Description Selects the output signal at the TEST OUT terminal. When VF is selected, signals corresponding with the RET switch setting of the camera (cameras video signal or return signal) will be output. Turns ON or OFF the function to mix the character signal with the signal output at the TEST OUT terminal. Turns ON or OFF the indication of the MARKER mixed at the TEST OUT terminal when VF is selected for the signal output from the TEST OUT terminal. Selects the signal displayed on the viewfinder. Note : COLOR can be selected only when a color viewfinder is used. Be sure to select COLOR to view images in color. Turns ON or OFF the function to mix the return signal with the main signal. This can be set when the CCU-700A/700AP/900/900P is used. Note : The phases of the CCU output and return input must be matched. Even when the TEST CHARA is set to ON, the character signal may not be output to neither VF nor TEST OUT under any conditions. In this case, set this item according to the following table.

TEST CHARA TEST MARKER

ON, OFF ON, OFF, __

VF OUT

Y, R, G, B, COLOR

MIX VF

ON, OFF

CHARACTER SYNC a) VF, TEST

a) When TEST CHARA is set to ON

CHARACTER SYNC setting Condition VF output signal TEST OUT signal Character out put VF TEST OUT

VF CAMERA CAMERA O O

VF CAMERA RETURN O X

VF RETURN CAMERA O X

VF RETURN RETURN O O

TEST CAMERA CAMERA O O

TEST CAMERA RETURN X O

TEST RETURN CAMERA X O

TEST RETURN RETURN O O

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CURSOR page
<CURSOR> CURSOR H POSITION V POSITION H WIDTH V HEIGHT : OFF : 0 : 0 : 0 : 0

Item CURSOR H POSITION V POSITION H WIDTH V HEIGHT

Setting ON, OFF 0 to 99 0 to 99 0 to 99 0 to 99

Description Sets the box cursor display to ON or OFF. Sets the box cursor position (horizontal direction). Sets the box cursor position (vertical direction). Sets the horizontal width of the box cursor. Sets the height of the box cursor.

ZEBRA/VF DTL page


<ZEBRA/VF DTL> ZEBRA : ON : 1 ZEBRA1 LEVEL: 70% WIDTH: 10% ZEBRA2 LEVEL: 100% VF DTL : VF DTL GAIN : ON 0

Item ZEBRA

Setting ON, OFF

Description Turns ON or OFF the function to display the zebra pattern on the viewfinder screen. If the viewfinder has a zebra switch, the viewfinder switch will have priority. Selects the zebra pattern type (the video level of 1 and 2 is set using ZEBRA 1 and ZEBRA 2 respectively) Sets the center video level of zebra 1. Sets the display width of zebra 1. Sets the bottom video level of zebra 2. Sets the VF detail function to ON or OFF. Sets the VF detail level.

1, 2, 1 & 2 ZEBRA 1 LEVEL WIDTH ZEBRA 2 LEVEL VF DTL VF DTL GAIN 50 to 109 % 0 to 30 % 50 to 109 % ON, OFF 0 to 99

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MARKER page

<MARKER> SAFETY ZONE : OFF 90% NORMAL : OFF 4:3

ASPECT IND

CENTER MARKER : OFF H POSITION : V POSITION :

Item SAFETY ZONE


a)

Setting ON, OFF 80 %, 90 %, 100 % NORMAL, ASPECT (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only)

Description Sets the safety zone marker to ON or OFF. Sets the safety zone marker range. Selects the area displaying the safety zone marker. Note : This become effective only when the aspect ratio is set to 16 : 9 (CROP OFF) NORMAL : Safety zone of the full screen. ASPECT : Safety zone of the area selected by ASPECT IND Sets the method for displaying the ASPECT IND area. LINE : Displays the area using lines MASK : Dims the outside of the area LINE & MASK : Combines LINE and MASK OFF : Area is not displayed Selects the aspect ratio. Note : This can be set only when LINE is selected at ASPECT IND. Fixed at 4 : 3 when MASK and LINE&MASK are selected at ASPECT IND. Sets the center marker display to ON or OFF. Sets the center marker position (Horizontal direction). Sets the center marker position (Vertical direction).

ASPECT IND (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only)

LINE, MASK LINE & MASK OFF

15 : 9, 14 : 9, 13 : 9, 4 : 3

CENTER MARKER H POSITION V POSITION

ON, OFF _99 to 99 _99 to 99

a) When SAFETY ZONE is set to ON.

Safety Zone 80 %
16:9

90 %

100 %
16:9 4:3 area Safety zone

ASPECT

4:3 area Safety zone

NORMAL

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VF DISPLAY page The VF DISPLAY page is used for selecting items to be displayed on the viewfinder screen and setting the display method.
<VF DISPLAY> EX : ON ZOOM : OFF DISP: LEFT FOCUS : ON ND : ON CC : ON IRIS : ON WHITE : ON 5600K : ON GAIN : ON SHUTT : RETURN: ATW : SCENE : AUDIO : TAPE : INCOM : C.TEMP: ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON

Item EX ZOOM DISP FOCUS

Setting 3S, ON, OFF a) 3S, ON, OFF a) LEFT, RIGT 3S, ON, OFF

Description Sets the mode of the extender indicator. Sets the mode of the zoom position indicator. Sets the mode of the zoom position indicator and focus position indicator. Sets the mode of the focus position indicator. Note : This can be set only when a serial communication compatible lens or studio lens mounted to CA-905 is used. Sets the mode of the ND filter indicator. Sets the mode of the CC filter indicator. Sets the mode of the lens iris value indicator.
a) a) a)

ND CC IRIS WHITE 5600K GAIN SHUTT RETURN ATW


b)

3S, ON, OFF a) ON, OFF


a)

ON, OFF a) 3S, ON, OFF 3S, ON, OFF 3S, ON, OFF

Sets the mode of the white balance memory indicator. Sets the mode of the 5600K mode indicator. Sets the mode of the gain value indicator. Sets the mode of the shutter speed/mode/reading mode indicator. Sets the mode of the return signal indicator. Sets the mode of the ATW (automatic tracking white balance) indicator. Sets the mode of the SCENE FILE indicator. Sets the mode of the AUDIO IND indicator. (Available for stand alone only.) Sets the mode of the tape remaining indicator. (Available for stand alone only.) Sets the mode of INTER COM MIC indicator. Sets the mode of the color temperature indicator.

3S, ON, OFF a) 3S, ON, OFF a) 3S, ON, OFF


a)

SCENE b) AUDIO TAPE b) INCOM C.TEMP


b)

3S, ON, OFF a) ON, OFF


a)

3S, ON, OFF a) ON, OFF 3S, ON, OFF

a) 3S : When the status changes, the indication is displayed for 3 seconds on the viewfinder screen ON : Always displayed OFF : Not displayed b) When the ROM version of this unit is 1.05 and higher, these items appear and can be set. c) Warning : Message on DIAGNOSIS information of boards, etc. d) Auto Setup : Message on auto setup. e) Status : Message on status when settings are changed using switches on the front panel or side panel.

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! IND1 page This page is used to select the items for which an exclamation mark (!) lights in the viewfinder at the IND column, and to select the condition(s) to light at the NORMAL column.
<'!'IND1> ND : CC : WHITE : 5600K : GAIN : SHUTTER : EXTENDER: FORMAT : 16:9/4:3: [IND] [NORMAL] ON 1--ON -B-ON -AB ON OFF ON L-ON OFF ON OFF ON 59.94I ON 16:9

Item ND

Setting [IND] ON, OFF

Description [NORMAL] 1, 2, 3, 4 With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when any ND filter other than the filter(s) selected at NORMAL is selected. One or more can be specified among 1 to 4. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when any CC filter other than the filter(s) selected at NORMAL is selected. One or more can be specified among A to D. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the WHITE BAL switch (White balans memory) is set to the position other than the position(s) selected at NORMAL. One or more can be specified among P, A and B. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when D5600K is set to the position other than that selected at NORMAL. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the gain switch is set to the position other than that selected at NORMAL. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the shutter is set to the position other than that selected at NORMAL. With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the lens extender is set to the position other than that selected at NORMAL.

CC

ON, OFF

A, B, C, D

WHITE

ON, OFF a) P (PRST), A, B

5600K GAIN SHUTTER EXTENDER FORMAT 16 : 9/4 : 3 (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only)

ON, OFF a) ON, OFF ON, OFF a) L, M, H ON, OFF a) ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF

59.94I/29.97PsF b) With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the format other than the 50I/25PsF c) format selected at NORMAL is selected. 16 : 9, 4 : 3 With IND set to ON, ! mark lights when the aspect other than the aspect selected at NORMAL is selected.

a) Forcibly set to OFF when MSU (master setup unit) is connected b) BVP-E30/E30WS only c) BVP-E30P/E30WSP only

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! IND2 page
<'!'IND2> x0.8/4:3: [IND] [NORMAL] ON (x0.8)

Item x0.8/4:3 (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only)

Setting [IND]

Description [NORMAL] When the 16:9/4:3 switch lever on the lens is set to x0.8, the ! mark does not light even at IND ON.

ON, OFF a) x0.8

a) __ is displayed for BVP-E30/E30P.

SWITCH ASSIGN 1 page


<SWITCH ASSIGN1> GAIN [L] : 0 dB [M] : 9 dB [H] : 18 dB WHITE [B] : B OUTPUT [DCC]: AUTO KNEE RE.ROTATION : STD

Item GAIN [L/M/H] WHITE [B]

Setting _3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42 B, ATW

Description Sets the gain value at respective position L/M/H of the GAIN switch. Assigns any of the following to the position B of the WHITE BAL switch. B: Normal (Memory B) ATW : Automatic tracking white balance. Assigns the function to the OUTPUT DCC switch. AUTO KNEE : Normal auto knee. ADAPTIVE : Adaptive auto knee. Sets the mode of MENU SEL switch when you turn it 3 while viewing from the camera front. STD : Cursor moves down, and value increases RVS : Cursor moves up, and value decreases

OUTPUT [DCC]

AUTO KNEE, ADAPTIVE STD, RVS

RE. ROTATION

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SWITCH ASSIGN 2 page


<SWITCH ASSIGN2> LENS VTR S/S : RET2 SW CAM VTR S/S : RET2 SW ASSIGNABLE : 5600K DIMMER: 5 HANDLE SW : RET/INCOM1 ZOOM SPEED: 50

Item LENS VTR S/S

Setting (BVP-E30/E30WS) RET1 SW RET2 SW INCOM1 INCOM2 (BVP-E30P/E30WSP) RET1 SW RET2 SW ENG PROD (BVP-E30/E30WS) RET1 SW RET2 SW INCOM1 INCOM2 (BVP-E30P/E30WSP) RET1 SW RET2 SW ENG PROD 5600K, ATW CROP, __

Description Assigns any of the following to the lens VTR S/S switch. Note : This item can be set only when the CCU is connected. RET1 SW : RET1 switch (According to switch setting of CA.) RET2 SW : RET2 switch (According to switch setting of CA.) INCOM 1 : Microphone switch of intercom 1 line INCOM 2 : Microphone switch of intercom 2 line ENG : Microphone switch of ENG line PROD : Microphone switch of PROD line

CAM VTR S/S

Assigns any of the following to the camera VTR S/S switch. Note : This item can be set only when the CCU is connected. RET1 SW : RET1 switch (According to switch setting of CA.) RET2 SW : RET2 switch (According to switch setting of CA.) INCOM 1 : Microphone switch of intercom 1 line INCOM 2 : Microphone switch of intercom 2 line ENG : Microphone switch of ENG line PROD : Microphone switch of PROD line

ASSIGNABLE

Assigns any of the following to the assignable switch. Factory setting : 5600K for BVP-E30/E30P __ for BVP-E30WS/E30WSP 5600K : 5600K mode (realizing color temperature of 5600K electrically) ON/OFF switch ATW : automatic tracking white balance ON/OFF switch CROP : 4 : 3 aspect ratio setting switch (BVP-E30WS/E30WSP only) __ : No function. Sets the brightness of the assignable switch. Assigns any of the following to the handle switches. RET/INCOM1 : (Front side) RETURN 1 switch (Rear side) Microphone switch of intercom 1 line RET/INCOM2 : (Front side) RETURN 1 switch (Rear side) Microphone switch of intercom 2 line RET/ENG : (Front side) RETURN 1 switch (Rear side) Microphone switch of intercom ENG line RET/PROD : (Front side) RETURN 1 switch (Rear side) Microphone switch of intercom PROD line ZOOM : Sets the lens zoom operations. Front is TELE and rear is WIDE. (Can be set only for serial communication compatible lens) __ : No function Sets the zoom speed when the handle switch function is set to ZOOM.

DIMMER HANDLE SWITCH

0 to 9 (BVP-E30/E30WS) RET/INCOM1 RET/INCOM2 ZOOM, __ (BVP-E30P/E30WSP) RET/ENG RET/PROD ZOOM, __

ZOOM SPEED

00 to 99, __

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PRESET WHITE page


<PRESET WHITE> COLOR TEMP FINE R GAIN B GAIN : 3200K : 0 : 0 : 0

Item COLOR TEMP

Setting

Description

Color temperature Sets the color temperature to the desired value. display (Approximate) The R GAIN and B GAIN values also change accordingly. Note : Displays the value when the WHITE switch is set to PRST. The displayed value is an approximate. _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 Adjusts the value more precisely when the color temperature adjustment through COLOR TEMP is not satisfactory Sets the color temperature by changing only the value of R GAIN. Sets the color temperature by changing only the value of B GAIN.

FINE R GAIN B GAIN

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OPERATOR FILE page


<OPERATOR FILE> MEMORY STICK READ (MS CAM) WRITE(CAM MS) PRESET FILE ID : CAM CODE BVP-E10/E30 DATE 2000/01/01 TIME 24:00

Item READ (MS CAM) WRITE (CAM MS) PRESET

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Up to 14 alphanumerics, symbols and spaces

Description Reads the operator file from the memory stick to the camera memory.

Writes the operator file saved in the camera memory to the memory stick. Returns the operator file item to the preset value.

FILE ID

Enters and displays the comments to the operator file to be saved in the memory stick. How to enter the comments : 1. Move to FILE ID and press the MENU SELECT knob, and the characters are displayed at the top of the screen. 2. Select the character by turning the MENU SELECT knob, and move to WRITE after the comment is entered, and press the MENU SELECT knob to store. Displays the model name with which the operator file saved in the memory stick was created. Displays the date at which the operator file was created in the memory stick. Displays the time at which the operator file was created in the memory stick.

CAM CODE DATE TIME

Display only Display only Display only

LENS FILE page


<LENS FILE> FILE: 1 HA14x8 F2.0

Item FILE HA14 x 8 F2.0

Setting 1 to 16 (1 to 17) Display only Display only

Description Selects the file corresponding to the lens mounted from 16 lens files. Note : When using a serial communication compatible lens, set to 17. Displays the name of lens. Displays the minimum f-stop.

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3-4. PAINT Menu


The PAINT menu lists general paint adjustment items such as white adjustments. For details, refer to the system manual supplied with this unit. SW STATUS page
<SW STATUS> FLARE GAMMA BLK GAM KNEE WHT CLIP DETAIL LEVEL DEP SKIN DTL MATRIX : ON : ON : OFF : ON : ON : ON : ON : OFF : OFF

Item FLARE GAMMA BLK GAM KNEE WHT CLIP DETAIL LEVEL DEP SKIN DTL MATRIX

Setting ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF ON, OFF

Description Sets the flare correction circuit to ON or OFF. Sets the gamma correction function to ON or OFF. Sets the black gamma correction function to ON or OFF. Sets the knee correction circuit to ON or OFF. Sets the white clip function to ON or OFF. Sets the function to add the detail signal to ON or OFF. Sets the level dependence function to ON or OFF. Sets the skin detail function to ON or OFF. Sets the linear matrix correction function to ON or OFF.

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VIDEO LEVEL page


<VIDEO LEVEL> WHITE BLACK FLARE GAMMA V MOD : : : : : [R] [G] [B] [M] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ON

FLARE : ON V MOD : ON D.SHAD: TEST OUT: ENC

Item WHITE R/G/B BLACK R/G/B/M FLARE R/G/B GAMMA R/G/B/M V MOD R/G/B/M FLARE V MOD TEST OUT

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ON, OFF ON, OFF ENC, Y, R, G, B, RETURN, VF

Description Adjusts the white level of R, G, B. Adjusts the black level of R, G, B and master. Adjusts the flare level of R, G, B. Adjusts the gamma correction curve of R, G, B and master. Adjusts the V modulation shading of R, G, B and master. Sets the flare correction circuit to ON or OFF. Sets V modulation shading to ON or OFF. Selects the output signal at the TEST OUT terminal. When VF is selected, signals corresponding with the RET switch setting of the camera (cameras video signal or return signal) will be output. Sets the dynamic shading to ON or OFF. With set to ON, the V modulation shading is automatically adjusted in accordance with the zoom and iris positions. Note : This can be set only when the serial communication compatible lens is used.

D. SHAD

ON, OFF

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GAMMA page
<GAMMA> LEVEL : [R] [G] [B] [M] 0 0 0 0

COARSE : 0.45 GAMMA TYPE: 1 x3.5 GAMMA TEST OUT : ON : ENC

Item LEVEL COARSE GAMMA TYPE

Setting _99 to 99 0.35 to 0.90 1 to 8 (Names)

Description Adjusts the gamma correction curve of R, G, B and master. Sets the correction curve of the master gamma in 0.05 steps. Selects the gamma curve. 1 : x3.5 2 : x4.5 3 : CAMCORDER 4 : x5 5 : BVW-400 6 : SMPTE-240M 7 : ITC-R709 8 : FILM Sets the gamma correction function to ON or OFF. Selects the output signal at the TEST OUT terminal. When VF is selected, signals corresponding with the RET switch setting of the camera (cameras video signal or return signal) will be output.

GAMMA TEST OUT

ON, OFF ENC, Y, R, G, B, RETURN, VF

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BLK GAMMA page


<BLACK GAMMA> LEVEL RANGE [R] [G] [B] [M] : 0 0 0 0 : HIGH : OFF

TEST OUT: ENC

Item LEVEL RANGE

Setting _99 to 99 LOW, MID L, MID H, HIGH ON, OFF

Description Adjusts the black gamma of R, G, B and master. Sets the upper limit of the video level which the RGB black gamma affects. Sets the RGB gamma correction function to ON or OFF. Selects the output signal at the TEST OUT terminal. When VF is selected, signals corresponding with the RET switch setting of the camera (cameras video signal or return signal) will be output.

TEST OUT

ENC, Y, R, G, B, RETURN, VF

LOW KEY SAT page


<LOW KEY SAT> LEVEL RANGE : 0 : HIGH : OFF

TEST OUT: ENC

Item LEVEL RANGE

Setting _99 to 99 LOW, MID L, MID H, HIGH ON, OFF

Description Sets the saturation at the low level. Sets the upper limit of the video level which the low key saturation function affects. Sets the low key saturation function to ON or OFF. Selects the output signal at the TEST OUT terminal. When VF is selected, signals corresponding with the RET switch setting of the camera (cameras video signal or return signal) will be output.

TEST OUT

ENC, Y, R, G, B, RETURN, VF

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KNEE page
<KNEE> K POINT: K SLOPE: KNEE KNEE MAX KNEE SAT [R] [G] [B] [M] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : ON : OFF : 0 OFF

AUTO KNEE : OFF POINT LIMIT: 0 SLOPE : 0

ABS

Item K POINT R/G/B/M K SLOPE R/G/B/M KNEE KNEE MAX KNEE SAT

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ON, OFF ON, OFF _99 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Sets the knee point level of R, G, B and master when the auto knee function is turned off. Sets the knee slope level of R, G, B and master when the auto knee is turned off. Sets the knee correction circuit to ON or OFF. Turns ON or OFF the function to maximize the knee slope level (tilt 0) (for adjustment). Sets the knee saturation level. Sets the knee saturation function to ON or OFF. Selects the auto knee function. AUTO : Normal mode The knee correction amount changes automatically so that the peak level of the highlight becomes optimum. ADAPTIVE : Adaptive auto knee mode Contrast can be optimized by controlling the compression rate according to each level of the objects. Sets the minimum knee point when the auto knee is turned on. If it is impossible to adjust by the minimum knee point due to highluminance object, adjusts the slope level automatically. Sets the knee slope level when the auto knee is turned on. Selects the ABS (absolute) mode. To set the ABS mode to ON : Press the MENU SELECT knob and highlight ABS. In the ABS mode, the KNEE POINT, R, G, B and KNEE SLOPE R, G, B values are highlighted so that the absolute values can be checked. To set the ABS mode to OFF : Press the MENU SELECT knob again.

AUTO KNEE

OFF, AUTO, ADAPTIVE

AUTO KNEE POINT LIMIT AUTO KNEE SLOPE ABS

_99 to 99

_99 to 99 Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

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WHITE CLIP page


<WHITE CLIP> W-CLIP : : [R] [G] [B] [M] 0 0 0 0 ON

ABS

Item WHT CLP R/G/B/M ABS

Setting _99 to 99 ON, OFF Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Description Sets the white clip level of R, G, B and master. Sets the white clip function to ON or OFF. Selects the ABS (absolute) mode. To set the ABS mode to ON : Press the MENU SELECT knob and highlight ABS. In the ABS mode, the W-CLIP R, G, B values are highlighted so that the absolute values can be checked. To set the ABS mode to OFF : Press the MENU SELECT knob again.

DETAIL 1 page
<DETAIL 1> DETAIL : ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 :

LEVEL : LIMITER [M] : [WHT]: [BLK]: CRISP : LVLDEP :

ON ABS

Item DETAIL LEVEL LIMITER M/WHT/BLK CRISP LVL

Setting ON, OFF _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Turns ON and OFF the function to add the detail signal. Sets the general level of the detail signal. Sets the level for clipping against the excessive detail signal. Sets the level for suppressing the noise components contained in the detail signal. Sets the level for suppressing the detail amount at the low level. Sets the level dependence function to ON or OFF. Selects the ABS (absolute) mode. To set the ABS mode to ON : Press the MENU SELECT knob and highlight ABS. In the ABS mode, values excepting LIMITER M are highlighted so that the absolute values can be checked. To set the ABS mode to OFF : Press the MENU SELECT knob again.

ABS

Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

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DETAIL 2 page
<DETAIL 2> H/V RATIO FREQ MIX RATIO FINE DTL KNEEAPT DTLCOMB : : : : : : 0 0 0 0 : OFF 0 : OFF 0

ABS

Item H/V RATIO FREQ MIX RATIO FINE DTL

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 0 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Sets the mix ratio of the H detail signal and V detail signal. Sets the frequency of the H detail signal. Sets the mix ratio of the H detail signal before and after the gamma correction circuit. Adjusts the thickness of the detail waveform. Sets the fine detail function to ON or OFF. Sets the knee aperture a) level. Sets the knee aperture a) function to ON or OFF. Sets the effective amount of the comb filter to eliminate the cross color of the detail signal. Selects the ABS (absolute) mode. To set the ABS mode to ON : Press the MENU SELECT knob and highlight ABS. In the ABS mode, values are highlighted so that the absolute values can be checked. To set the ABS mode to OFF : Press the MENU SELECT knob again.

KNEE APT

_99 to 99 ON, OFF

DTL COMB ABS

_99 to 0 Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

a) This function compensates for decreases by the knee aperture in the detail level at the high luminance level part of the camera subject.

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SKIN DETAIL page


<SKIN DETAIL> SKIN DTL : OFF SKIN GATE: OFF CH SW HUE PHASE WIDTH SAT LEVEL [1] : (ON) : AUTO : 0 : 29 : -89 : 0 [2] OFF AUTO 0 29 -89 0 ABS [3] OFF AUTO 0 29 -89 0

Item SKIN DTL SKIN GATE ABS

Setting ON, OFF ON, OFF Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Description Sets the skin detail function to ON or OFF. When this setting is ON, the setting of the channel 1 [1] is fixed ON. Sets the zebra indication at the portion where the skin tone detail function affects to ON or OFF. Selects the ABS (absolute) mode. To set the ABS mode to ON : Press the MENU SELECT knob and highlight ABS. In the ABS mode, LEVEL 1, 2, and 3 values are highlighted so that the absolute values can be checked. To set the ABS mode to OFF : Press the MENU SELECT knob again. Sets each channel of the skin tone detail function to ON or OFF. The setting of the channel 1 [1] is fixed to ON. Automatically sets the region the skin tone detail function affects for each channel. How to execute AUTO : 1. Move to AUTO and press the MENU SELECT knob. A square-shaped zebra pattern will be displayed on the viewfinder. 2. Set the zebra pattern to the color to be given the effect of the skin tone detail and press the MENU SELECT knob to set the PHASE. Sets the center phase of hue the skin tone detail function affects for each channel. Adjusts the hue width the skin tone detail function affects for each channel. Adjusts the saturation level the skin tone detail function affects for each channel. Sets the skin tone detail amount to each channel.

CH SW HUE

ON, OFF Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

PHASE WIDTH SAT LEVEL

0d to 359d 0d to 90d _99 to 99 _99 to 99

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USER MATRIX page


<USER MATRIX> R G B : : : [-R] -0 0 [-G] 0 -0 [-B] 0 0 --

MATRIX : PRESET : USER MATRIX:

OFF ---

Item R-G, R-B G-R, G-B B-R, B-G MATRIX


a) a)

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ON, OFF ON, OFF

Description Sets the linear matrix coefficient for R-G, R-B, G-R, G-B, B-R, and B-G respectively.

Sets the linear matrix correction function to ON or OFF. Sets the linear matrix correction coefficient set at factory to ON or OFF. When the MATRIX setting is OFF, this setting is unavailable. (__ will be displayed.) Sets the linear matrix correction function set by the user to ON or OFF. When the MATRIX setting is OFF, this setting is unavailable. (__ will be displayed.)
USER MATRIX SW + MULTI MATRIX SW + MATRIX SW + LINEAR MATRIX CIRCUIT

PRESET

USER MATRIX a)

ON, OFF

a) USER MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE USER MATRIX) MULTI MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE MULTI MATRIX) PRESET MATRIX

PRESET MATRIX SW

OHB MATRIX SW OHB MATRIX (+OHB FILE OHB MATRIX) USER MATRIX : MULTI MATRIX : Linear matrix that can change R-G and R-B in the conventional camera. Linear matrix that divides the chroma phase width of the linear matrix into 16 segments and can adjust each individually. PRESET MATRIX : Addition of the linear matrix value fixed in the standard specification. OHB MATRIX : Linear (multi) matrix for matching the color between the cameras.

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MULTI MATRIX page


<MULTI MATRIX> PHASE : HUE : SAT : 0 0 0 ALL CLEAR

MATRIX : ON PRESET : ON MULTI MATRIX: OFF

Item PHASE

Setting 0, 23, 45, 68, 90, 113, 135, 158, 180, 203, 225, 248, 270, 293, 315, 338 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. ON, OFF ON, OFF

Description Sets the angle that varies the multi matrix correction function. (sixteen-axis mode)

HUE SAT ALL CLEAR

Adjusts the hue, which the multi matrix correction function affects, in each of 16 phases. Adjusts the saturation level, which the multi matrix correction function affects, in each of 16 phases. Clears the HUE and SAT values in each phase to 0. (The values in the reference file are not cleared.) Sets the linear matrix correction function to ON or OFF. Sets the multi matrix correction coefficient set at factory to ON or OFF. When the MATRIX setting is OFF, this setting is unavailable. (__ will be displayed.) Sets the multi matrix correction function to ON or OFF. When the MATRIX setting is OFF, this setting is unavailable. (__ will be displayed.)
USER MATRIX SW + MULTI MATRIX SW + MATRIX SW + LINEAR MATRIX CIRCUIT

MATRIX a) PRESET
a)

MULTI MATRIX a)

ON, OFF

a) USER MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE USER MATRIX) MULTI MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE MULTI MATRIX) PRESET MATRIX

PRESET MATRIX SW

OHB MATRIX SW OHB MATRIX (+OHB FILE OHB MATRIX) USER MATRIX : MULTI MATRIX : Linear matrix that can change R-G and R-B in the conventional camera. Linear matrix that divides the chroma phase width of the linear matrix into 16 segments and can adjust each individually. PRESET MATRIX : Addition of the linear matrix value fixed in the standard specification. OHB MATRIX : Linear (multi) matrix for matching the color between the cameras.

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CROSS COLOR page


<CROSS COLOR> SUPPRESSION : 0 : OFF

Item SUPPRESSION

Setting 0 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Sets the level which suppresses cross color. Sets the cross color suppression function to ON or OFF.

SATURATION page
<SATURATION> LEVEL : 0 : OFF

Item LEVEL

Setting _99 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Sets the chroma saturation level. Sets the saturation function to ON or OFF.

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SHUTTER page
<SHUTTER> SHUTTER : : ECS FREQ: SLS : EVS OFF 1/100 30.0Hz 1FRAME

: OFF

Item SHUTTER

Setting ON, OFF, ECS Table below a)

Description Sets the shutter/ECS mode. Sets the shutter speed. (The selectable shutter speed varies with each format.) Sets the ECS frequency. (The selectable ECS frequency variable region varies with each format.) Sets the stored frame for the slow shutter Sets the EVS mode to ON or OFF.

ECS FREQ

Table below b)

SLS EVS

1FRAME to 7FRAME ON, OFF

a) Shutter speed setting

Format 59.94I 50I 29.97PsF 25PsF

Shutter Speed 1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, ECS, SLS 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000 1/60, 1/100, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, ECS 1/50, 1/60, 1/125, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000

b) ECS frequency setting

Format 59.94I 50I 29.97PsF 25PsF

ECS Variable Range 60.0 to 6000 Hz 50.0 to 6000 Hz 30.0 to 7000 Hz 25.0 to 7000 Hz

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SCENE FILE page


<SCENE FILE> 1 2 3 4 5 STORE

STANDARD MEMORY STICK READ (MS CAM) WEITE(CAM MS) FILE ID : CAM CODE DATE

Item 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 STORE

Setting

Description Saves and calls the scene file (data painted in accordance with the shooting scene). How to save the scene file : 1. Move to STORE and press the MENU SELECT knob. STORE NO? will blink. 2. Select the file number (1 to 5) for saving. (If the data is already saved, it will be replaced with a new one.) How to call the scene file : Move to the file number to be called and press the MENU SELECT knob. During calling up, the number will be highlighted. To cancel the operation, press the MENU SELECT knob while it is highlighted.

STANDARD

Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Returns the current paint adjustment amount and switch settings to the reference file values. Reads out five scene files from the memory stick to the camera memory the main unit. Writes five scene files stored in the camera memory to the memory stick. Enters and displays comments to a scene file to be stored in the memory stick. How to enter the comments : 1. move to FILE ID and press the MENU SELECT knob, and the characters are displayed at the top of the screen. 2. Select the character by turning the MENU SELECT knob, and move to WRITE after the comment is entered, and press the MENU SELECT knob to store. Displays the model name of the scene file saved in the memory stick. Displays the date when the scene file was created in the memory stick.

READ (MS CAM) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. WRITE (CAM MS) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. FILE ID Up to 14 alphanumerics, symbols and spaces

CAM CODE DATE

Display only Display only

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3-5. MAINTENANCE Menu


This menu consists of paint items used less frequently such as shading adjustment and items required for camera maintenance. AUTO SETUP page
<AUTO SETUP> AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO BLACK WHITE LEVEL WHITE SHADING BLACK SHADING

TEST SIGNAL: OFF

Item AUTO BLACK

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. OFF, 1, 2

Description Starts to adjust the black balance automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Starts to adjust the white balance automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Starts to adjust the level automatically of the internal camera circuit. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Starts to adjust the white shading automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Starts to adjust the black shading automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Selects the test signal. OFF : No test signal is output. 1: Outputs the TEST SAW signal. 2: Outputs the 3STEP or 10STEP TEST signal. a)

AUTO WHITE

AUTO LEVEL

AUTO WHITE SHADING AUTO BLACK SHADING TEST SIGNAL

a) This is set in TEST 2 MODE of <OTHERS page> on the MAINTENANCE menu.

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GENLOCK page Available only during stand alone.


<GENLOCK> GENLOCK H PHASE[COARSE]: 0 [FINE] : 0 SC PHASE : 0 GENLOCK : ENABLE VF VIDEO : NORMAL

Item

Setting

Description Adjusts the H phase of GENLOCK (coarse). Adjusts the H phase of GENLOCK (fine). Adjusts the SC phase of GENLOCK. Selects whether or not to synchronize the internal reference signal with the video signal input at the GENLOCK terminal.

H PHASE [COARSE] _99 to 99 [FINE] SC PHASE GENLOCK VF VIDEO _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ENABLE, DISABLE

NORMAL, GENLOCK Selects the signal displayed on the viewfinder with the RET switch pressed when the camera is used alone. NORMAL : Displays the playback signal. GENLOCK : Displays the GENLOCK signal.

FORMAT page
<FORMAT> FORMAT : 59.94I PsF-SHUTTER LINK: OFF CROP : OFF(16:9)

Item FORMAT

Setting

Description

59.94I, 29.97 PsF Selects interlace system/progressive system (PsF). (BVP-E30/E30WS only) 50I, 25 PsF (BVP-E30P/E30WSP only) ON, OFF OFF (16 : 9), ON (4 : 3) Turns ON or OFF the function to turn on the shutter automatically when the progressive system (PsF) is selected. Selects the camera aspect ratio.

PsF-SHUTTER LINK CROP (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only)

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AUTO IRIS page


<AUTO IRIS> WINDOW : 1 0 0 80 0 ON

OVERRIDE : IRIS LEVEL: APL RATIO : IRIS GAIN : AUTO IRIS :

Item WINDOW OVERRIDE

Setting 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 _99 to 99

Description Selects the auto iris window a). Sets the reference value of the auto iris level to 2. _99 (further closed by 2) 99 (further opened by 2) Note : The setting value is returned to 0, when the auto iris function is turned off or the power is turned off. Sets the auto iris level. Sets the method of detecting the light amount of the auto iris. _99 (peak light detection) 99 (average value detection of whole screen) Sets the iris gain. (hunting and speed change) Sets the auto iris function to ON and OFF.

IRIS LEVEL APL RATIO

_99 to 99 _99 to 99

IRIS GAIN AUTO IRIS


a)

_99 to 99 ON, OFF

Setting VF screen

indicates the auto iris window frame.

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WHITE SHADING page


<WHITE SHADING> V SAW V PARA H SAW H PARA WHITE : : : : : [R] [G] [B] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

AUTO WHITE SHADING WHITE SHAD MODE: RGB 3D WHITE SHAD : ON

Item V SAW R/G/B V PARA R/G/B H SAW R/G/B H PARA R/G/B WHITE R/G/B AUTE WHITE SHADING WHITE SHAD MODE

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. RGB, RB

Description Adjusts the white shading V SAW correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the white shading V PARA correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the white shading H SAW correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the white shading H PARA correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the white level of R, G, and B. Starts to adjust the white shading automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Selects the white shading automatic adjustment mode. RGB : Adjusts so that R G, and B becomes flat. RB : Adjusts so that R and B are matched to the G ch white shading. n If consistent lighting is not available, use the RB mode only. Sets the 3D white shading function to ON or OFF.

3D WHITE SHAD

ON, OFF

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BLACK SHADING page


<BLACK SHADING> [R] [G] [B] [M] V SAW : 0 0 0 V PARA : 0 0 0 H SAW : 0 0 0 H PARA : 0 0 0 BLK SET: 0 0 0 BLACK : 0 0 0 0 MASTER GAIN: 0dB AUTO BLACK SHADING 2D BLACK SHAD : ON

Item V SAW R/G/B V PARA R/G/B H SAW R/G/B H PARA R/G/B BLK SET R/G/B BLACK R/G/B/M MASTER GAIN AUTO BLACK SHADING 2D BLACK SHAD

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42 dB Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT konb.

Description Adjusts the black shading V SAW correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the black shading V PARA correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the black shading H SAW correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the black shading H PARA correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the black set correction amount of R, G, and B. Adjusts the black level of R, G, B, and master. Sets the master gain. Starts to adjust the black shading automatically. (Pressing the MENU SELECT knob during adjustment cancels the execution.) Sets the 2D black shading function to ON or OFF.

ENCODER page
<ENCODER> CB MODE : SMPTE Q-FILTER : NORMAL

Item CB MODE

Setting SMPTE, EIA, FULL (75 %), FULL (100 %) NORMAL, WIDE

Description Selects the built-in color bar.

Q-FILTER (BVP-E30/E30WS only)

Selects the encoder Q filter band NORMAL : 0.5 MHz WIDE : 1.3 MHz

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SYSTEM page
<SYSTEM> CCU CALL CHU CALL : ON : OFF

Item CCU CALL CHU CALL

Setting ON, OFF ON, OFF

Description Turns ON or OFF the function to light the viewfinder TALLY lamp when a CALL is received from MSU, RCP. (The lamp goes out if lit) Turns ON or OFF the function to light the viewfinder TALLY lamp when the CALL switch on the camera is pressed. (The lamp goes out if lit)

DATE/TIME page Adjusts the date and time.


<DATE/TIME> 2000/04/30 DATE TYPE 08:32 : 1 Y/Mn/D

Item DATE TYPE

Setting 1 to 6

Description Sets the date and time display. 1 : Y/Mn/D (Month is a numeral) 2 : Mn/D (Month is a numeral) 3 : D/M/Y 4 : D/M 5 : M/D/Y 6 : M/D

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OHB MATRIX page


<OHB MATRIX> R G B : : : [-R] -0 0 0 0 0 OFF [-G] 0 -0 [-B] 0 0 --

PHASE : HUE : SAT :

OHB MATRIX:

Item R-G, R-B G-R, G-B B-R, B-G PHASE

Setting _99 to 99 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 0, 23, 45, 68, 90, 113, 135, 158, 180, 203, 225, 248, 270, 293, 315, 338 _99 to 99 _99 to 99 ON, OFF

Description Sets the respective linear matrix coefficient of R-G, R-B, G-R, G-B, B-R, and B-G freely.

Sets the region the OHB matrix coefficient function affects. (sixteen-axis mode)

HUE SAT OHB MATRIX a)


a)

Adjusts the hue the OHB matrix correction function affects in each of the sixteen-axis mode. Adjusts the saturation level the OHB matrix correction function affects in each of the sixteen-axis mode. Sets the OHB matrix correction function to ON or OFF.
USER MATRIX SW + MULTI MATRIX SW + MATRIX SW + LINEAR MATRIX CIRCUIT

USER MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE USER MATRIX) MULTI MATRIX (+REFERENCE FILE MULTI MATRIX) PRESET MATRIX

PRESET MATRIX SW

OHB MATRIX SW OHB MATRIX (+OHB FILE OHB MATRIX) USER MATRIX : MULTI MATRIX : Linear matrix that can change R-G and R-B in the conventional camera. Linear matrix that divides the chroma phase width of the linear matrix into 16 segments and can adjust each individually. PRESET MATRIX : Addition of the linear matrix value fixed in the standard specification. OHB MATRIX : Linear (multi) matrix for matching the color between the cameras.

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OTHERS page
<OTHERS> V DTL CREATION : NAM DTL H/V MODE : V ONLY TEST2 MODE : 3STEP WHITE SETUP MODE: AWB V BLANKING : 20H FLT WHT MEM : ON WHITE GAMMA RGB : ON F.NO. DISP : CONTROL MENU RESUME : OPE & USER

Item V DTL CREATION DTL H/V MODE

Setting NAM, Y, G, R+G H/V, V ONLY

Description Selects the source signal from which the v-detail signal is created. Selects to control either both H and V details in synchronism or only V details when controlling DTL H/V RATIO from the DTL H/V RATIO menu. This is displayed when TEST2 is selected for TEST SIGNAL of <AUTO SETUP page> on the MAINTENANCE menu. Selects a test waveform (3STEP or 10STEP). Selects the white level adjustment value during automatic level adjustment. AWB : Returns to the value of the last automatic adjustment of white balance. A. LVL : Returns to the value saved in the reference file. Sets the V blanking width of the encoder output of the camera. Selects the mode to link the CC filter and white balance. OFF : Two memories A and B of the WHITE BAL switch are available. ON : The values in the memories A and B will not corespond to the CC filter. Selects the method of saving white level and gamma to the reference file. ON : Saves values for the R, G, and B respectively. OFF : Saves only the master values. Displays the F value. CONTROL : Displays the F value sent from the control on the VF. RETURN : Displays the F value sent from the lens on the VF. Sets the menu screen displayed when the menu is started. OPE & USER : The page in the OPERATION or USER menu that was on the screen when the last operation ended appears. ALL : The page that was on the screen when the last operation ended appears. OFF : The first page of the OPERATION menu (TEST/VF OUT page) appears. Note : When set to OFF, TOP display at the right top on the menu does not appear. To display the TOP menu, set the DISPLAY switch from OFF to MENU, while holding down the MENU SELECT knob.

TEST2 MODE

3STEP, 10STEP

WHITE SETUP MODE

AWB, A. LVL

V BLANKING FLT WHT MEM (BVP-E30WS/ E30WSP only) WHITE GAMMA RGB

19, 20, 21H ON, OFF

ON, OFF

F.NO. DISP

CONTROL, RETURN OPE & USER, ALL, OFF

MENU RESUME

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INITIAL SET page To display this page on the unit for PAL, shift pages from M0 to M10, or from M10 to M0 while pressing the assignable switch.
<INITIAL SET> DESTINATION : UC REFERENCE FILE STORE FILE ALL PRESET

Item DESTINATION STORE FILE

Setting NTSC: UC, J PAL: CE, CHINE Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Description Sets the destination. Registers the adjusted value of each item to the reference file.

ALL PRESET

Resets the current values in the reference file to the factory preset values. (This setting does not affect the reference file.)

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3-6. FILE Menu


The FILE menu is used to store/call data in/from a file such as the reference file. For the details on file operation, refer to Section 4. File System. OPERATOR FILE page
<OPERATOR FILE> READ (MS CAM) WRITE(CAM MS) PRESET STORE PRESET FILE FILE ID : CAM CODE DATE

Item READ (MS CAM) WRITE (CAM MS) PRESET

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Up to 14 alphanumerics, symbols and spaces

Description Reads the operator file from the memory stick to the camera memory.

Writes the operator file saved in the camera memory to the memory stick. Returns the operator file item to the preset value.

STORE PRESET FILE FILE ID

Registers the current setting values in the camera memory as the preset values of the operator file. Enters and displays comments to a operator file to be stored in the memory stick. How to enter the comments : 1. Move to FILE ID and press the MENU SELECT knob, and the characters are displayed the top of the screen. 2. Select the character by turning the MENU SELECT knob, and move to WRITE after the comment is entered, and press the MENU SELECT knob to store. Displays the model name of the operator file saved in the memory stick. Displays the date when the operator file was created in the memory stick.

CAM CODE DATE

Display only Display only

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SCENE FILE page


<SCENE FILE> 1 2 3 4 5 STORE

STANDARD MEMORY STICK READ (MS CAM) WEITE(CAM MS) FILE ID : CAM CODE DATE

Item 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 STORE

Setting

Description Saves and calls the scene file (data painted in accordance with the shooting scene). How to save the scene file : 1. Move to STORE and press the MENU SELECT knob. STORE NO? will blink. 2. Select the file number (1 to 5) for saving. (If the data is already saved, it will be replaced with a new one.) How to call the scene file : Move to the file number to be called and press the MENU SELECT knob During calling up, the number will be highlighted. To cancel the operation, press the MENU SELECT knob while it is highlighted.

STANDARD

Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Returns the current paint adjustment amount and switch settings to the reference values. Reads five scene files from the memory stick to the memory of the camera unit. Writes five scene files stored in the memory of the camera unit to the memory stick. Enters and displays comments to a scene file to be stored in the memory stick. How to enter the comments : 1. Move to FILE ID and press the MENU SELECT knob, and the characters are displayed the top of the screen. 2. Select the character by turning the MENU SELECT knob, and move to WRITE after the comment is entered, and press the MENU SELECT knob to store. Displays the model name which created the scene file saved in the memory stick. Displays the date when the scene file was created in the memory stick.

READ (MS CAM) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. WRITE (CAM MS) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. FILE ID Up to 14 alphanumerics, symbols and spaces

CAM CODE DATE

Display only Display only

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REFERENCE page
<REFERENCE> STORE FILE STANDARD ALL PRESET READ (MS CAM) WRITE(CAM MS) FILE ID : CAM CODE DATE

Item STORE FILE

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

Description Registers the adjustment values of each item as the reference file.

STANDARD

Returns the data registered in the reference file to the standard value.

ALL PRESET

Returns the current values registered in the reference file to the factory-set values. (The reference files are not affected) Reads out the reference file from the memory stick to the memory of the camera unit. Writes the reference file stored in the memory of the camera unit to the memory stick. Enters and displays comments to a reference file to be stored in the memory stick. How to enter the comments : 1. Move to FILE ID and press the MENU SELECT knob, and the characters are displayed the top of the screen. 2. Select the character by turning the MENU SELECT knob, and move to WRITE after the comment is entered, and press the MENU SELECT knob to store. Displays the model name which created the reference file saved in the memory stick. Displays the date when the reference file was created in the memory stick.

READ (MS CAM) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. WRITE (CAM MS) Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. FILE ID Up to 14 alphanumerics, symbols and spaces

CAM CODE DATE

Display only Display only

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LENS FILE page


<LENS FILE> STORE FILE No. : 1 NAME: HA14x8 F NO: F2.0 SELECT CURRENT LENS: J20x8.5 F1.6 1

Item STORE FILE

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. 1 to 16

Description Registers the adjustment values for each item (excluding the center marker position) as the lens file. Selects the file for the current lens from the sixteen lens files. Displays the lens file name in accordance with the No. (1 to16) selected.

No. NAME F NO

F1.0 to F3.4

Sets the minimun f-stop. Selects the current lens.

SELECT CURRENT 1 to 100 LENS

OHB FILE page

<OHB FILE> STORE FILE

Item STORE FILE

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT switch.

Description Stores the OHB file.

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FILE CLEAR page


<FILE CLEAR> PRESET OPERATOR REFERENCE(ALL) 10 SEC CLEAR: OFF LENS(CURRENT) OHB BLACK SET OHB WHITE SHADE OHB BLACK SHADE OHB ND OFFSET OHB MATRIX M.S. FORMAT

Item PRESET OPERATOR REFERENCE (ALL)

Setting Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. ON, OFF

Description Returns the preset value of the operator file set by the user to the factory-set value. Returns all adjustment value stored in the reference file to the in factory-set value. Turns ON or OFF the function to initialize only the specified item in the reference file. To initialize, first set 10 SEC CLEAR to ON. Then, move the cursor to the reference file desired item to be initialized and press the MENU SELECT knob for more ten seconds during ? blinking. Note : The setting returns to OFF when the power is turned off. Returns the lens file selected to the factory-set value.

10 SEC CLEAR

LENS (CURRENT)

Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob. Execute by pressing the MENU SELECT knob.

OHB BLACK SET

Clears the black set in the OHB file to 0.

OHB WHITE SHAD

Clears the white shading in the OHB file to 0.

OHB BLACK SHAD

Clears the black shading in the OHB file to 0.

OHB ND OFFSET

Clears the ND offset in the OHB file to 0.

OHB MATRIX

Clears the matrix in the OHB file to 0.

M.S. FORMAT

Formats the memory stick.

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3-7. DIAGNOSIS Menu


The DIAGNOSIS menu displays the result of self-diagnosis of each board. For the details, refer to Section 1-8. DIAGNOSIS page
<DIAGNOSIS> ROM:V1.00 CAMERA:UC OHB:-VA :-DPR:-IF :-AT :-HUR:99999H CCU:-CA-570 MD:-AU:-TR:--

3-8. SERVICE Menu


The SERVICE menu is used for adjusting the board, etc. For the details on how to display the SERVICE menu, refer to Section 5-1-6. For the descriptions and operating procedures, see the respective sections shown inside the parentheses. OHB TRIMMING page (Section 5-8, 5-9)
<OHB TRIMMING> V-SUB V-REG [R] [G] [B] : 7F 7F 7F : 7F 7F 7F

DPR TRIMMING page (Section 5-4)


<DPR TRIMMING> VIDEO Y R-Y B-Y TEST OUT VBS Y VBS C SC FREQ STORE LEVEL: LEVEL: LEVEL: LEVEL: LEVEL: LEVEL: LEVEL: : [R] [G] [B] 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F 7F

STORE

VA TRIMMING page (Section 5-2, 5-3 and 5-4)


<VA TRIMMING> OFFSET OFFSET2 FLR OFFSET [R] [G] [B] : 7E 7E 7F : 25 25 25 : 7F 7F 7F

SET UP page
<SET UP> TOP MENU DISABLE: OFF SCENE FILE TYPE : 5 CAMERA NO : UNDEFINED TEST(VF) MODE : EXT VF

OFFSET ADJUST: OFF TEST OUT TEST SIGNAL STORE : ENC : OFF

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CONCEAL page (Section 5-5)


<CONCEAL> CONCEAL MODE CHANNEL SELECT TEST CHARACTER CURSOR: OFF SAVE DELETE : OFF : R : OFF H: 170 V: ev194

FIRM UPDATE page (Section 1-11)


<FIRM UPDATE> MAIN PROGRAM BOOT PROGRAM

COMPENSATION page (Section 5-6)


<COMPENSATION> COMPENSATION MODE: OFF CHANNEL SELECT : R TEST CHARACTER : OFF CURSOR: OFF H: 170 V: ev194 EXEC LEVEL : -SELECT: -SAVE CANCEL AUTO COMPENSATIONa)

PRESET page
<PRESET> ALL PRESET

POWER ON: 00000

V-LINE COMP page (Section 5-7)


<V-LINE COMP> COMPENSATION MODE: OFF CHANNEL SELECT : R TEST CHARACTER : OFF CURSOR: OFF H: 170 V: ev194

CONFIG page
<CONFIG> [BOARD] PA : VA : DPR : AT : B 226 261 B

EXEC LEVEL : -SAVE CANCEL DELETE

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Section 4 File System


The BVP-E30/E30P/E30WS/E30WSP are equipped with various file systems for managing data. In this section, the menu operations are described as follows. Example: When executing WRITE (CAM MS) at the OPERATOR FILE page of the OPERATION menu. As for the details on the setup menu, refer to Section 3.

4-1. File Structure


The following six types of files are available. As for the items to be stored in each file, refer to Section 48. File Items. 1. Operator File Stores the items displayed on the viewfinder and switch settings for camera operator. This file can be stored in the memory stick, yet the video data (paint data) cannot be stored. 2. Preset Operator File Stores the standard settings of Operator File. This file can be stored in the camera, yet video data (paint data) cannot be stored. 3. Scene File Stores the temporary video setting data according to the scene. This file can be stored in the camera and memory stick. 4. Reference File Stores the custom paint data adjusted by the video engineer. This file can be stored in the camera and memory stick. 5. Lens File Used for compensation of the deviation which generates by switching the lens extender from OFF to ON and for compensation of the difference in the characteristics between lenses. This file is stored in the camera. 6. OHB File Used for adjustment of the CCD block maintenance. This file can be stored in the camera.
Scene File Refer to Section 4-8. File Items. When STANDARD is executed Lens File When lens extender setting is OFF, Flare R/G/B and V Modulation Shading R/G/B/Master can be stored. Auto Iris Gain can be stored. When lens extender setting is ON, White R/B, Flare R/G/B and V Modulation Shading R/G/B/Master can be stored. Auto Iris Gain can be stored. Reference File Refer to Section 4-8. File Items. OHB File R/G/B for each White Shading H SAW, H PARA, V SAW, VPARA can be stored. R/G/B for each Black Shading H SAW, H PARA, V SAW, V PARA can be stored. And OHB matrix and the ND offset can be stored. Factory-set value 0 Fig. 4-1. Structure of Paint Related Files

Output to hardware (*1)

(*1): The additional data of each file is sent to each circuit on the unit.
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4-2. Operator File


Operator File stores data in the memory stick. Storing and reading data are implemented using the setup menu. m . Operator file data stored in the memory stick cannot be read when the power is just turned ON. . The current operator file data is retained even when the power is turned off by the power switch. . Before storing the data in the memory stick, make sure that the LOCK switch on the memory stick is in OFF position. Storing (Refer to step 1 of Fig. 4-2.) Using OPERATION Menu of This Unit Stores the current status in the memory stick.

Reading (Refer to step 2 of Fig. 4-2.) Using OPERATION Menu of This Unit

Memory stick

Reading (Step 2)

Storing (Step 1) Calling (Step 3)

Camera unit

Current Operator File Data Storing (Step 4) Output to hardware

Initializing (Step 5) Preset Operator File

Preset Operator File Factory-set value

Fig. 4-2. Operating Procedure for Operator Files

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4-3. Preset Operator File


Preset Operator File stores data in the camera. Calling and Storing data are implemented using the setup menu. Items to be stored as Preset Operator file are the same as Operator File. Calling (Refer to step 3 of Fig. 4-2.) Using OPERATION Menu of This Unit [OPERATION] [OPERATOR|FILE] [PRESET] Storing (Refer to step 4 of Fig. 4-2.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit Use when you want to store the current settings in the Preset Operator File as the standard settings of Operator File. [FILE] [OPERATOR|FILE] [STORE|PRESET|FILE] Initializing (Refer to step 5 of Fig. 4-2.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit Use when initializing the changed Preset Operator File data to their factory-set values. [FILE] [FILE|CLEAR] [PRESET|OPERATOR]

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4-4. Scene File


Scene File stores data in the camera and memory stick. It also stores in the IC memory card if the MSU (master setup unit) is used. For the details, refer to the MSU operation manual. Storing and calling data are implemented using the setup menu or MSU. Scene files can be copied between cameras using the memory stick. m . Scene Files are files for storing the differences from the Reference File. Therefore when the Reference File is changed, output of the Scene File item corresponding with the item changed in the Reference File is also changed. . Before storing the data in the memory stick, make sure that the LOCK switch on the memory stick is in OFF position. Storing (Refer to step 1 of Fig.4-3.) Using PAINT Menu of This Unit (1) Change the scene file item to the desired value. (2) [PAINT] [SCENE|FILE] [STORE] Select the scene file number to be stored. With MSU (1) Change the scene file item to the desired value. (2) Press STORE of the scene file, and press the STORE number. Calling and Clearing the Call (Refer to step 2 of Fig.4-3.) Using PAINT Menu of This Unit Select the scene file number to be called on the SCENE FILE page. A file currently being called is shown with its file number highlighted. Select the number again to cancel the call and resume the previous status. With MSU Press and light up the SCENE FILES button of the desired number when the STORE button is dark. Press the lit button again to turn it dark and resume the previous status.

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Storing the Scene File to the Memory Stick (Refer to step 1 of Fig. 4-3.) Using PAINT Menu of This Unit Stores the scene files stored in the camera in the memory stick.

Reading the Scene File from the Memory Stick (Refer to step 3 of Fig. 4-3.) Using PAINT Menu of This Unit Reads the scene files stored in the memory stick to the camera.

n Scene File data stored in the memory stick cannot be read when the power is just turned on.
Camera unit Storing (Step 1) Current paint data Calling (Step 2) Output to hardware Scene File Readng from memory stick (Step 3) Storing in memory stick (Step 1) Memory stick

Fig. 4-3. Operating Procedure for Scene Files

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4-5. Reference File


Reference File stores data in the camera and the memory stick. It also stores in the IC memory card if the MSU (master setup unit) is used. For the details, refer to the MSU operation manual. Storing and calling the data are implemented using the setup menu or MSU. Reference Files stores the differential data taking the factory-setting as 0. Therefore, initializing the Reference File brings the settings to the same status at factory-setting. If Lens File or OHB File retains the data, they need to be initialized as well. To initialize data, use the setup menu. You can select whether to initialize the all file items or only the specified items. Reference Files can be copied between cameras using the memory stick. n Before storing the data in the memory stick, make sure that the LOCK switch on the memory stick is in OFF position. Storing (Refer to step 1 of Fig.4-4.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit [FILE] [REFERENCE] [STORE|FILE] The data will be stored in the camera and the numerical data will be displayed as 0. (Excluding some items. Refer to Section 4-8. File Items.) With MSU Press FILE button. Then press [Reference] and press [Ref|Store]. The data will be stored in the camera and the numerical data will be displayed as 0. (Excluding some items. Refer to Section 4-8. File Items.) Calling (Refer to step 2 of Fig. 4-4, Fig. 4-1.) Using PAINT Menu of This Unit [PAINT] [SCENE|FILE] [STANDARD] The temporary paint amount and scene file amount will be cleared and the reference file will be reset to the state stored in. With MSU Press STANDARD button to reset the reference file item to the state stored in.

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Reading the Reference File from the Memory Stick (Refer to step 3 of Fig. 4-4.) Using FILE/MAINTENANCE Menu of This Unit (1) Reference File data stored in the camera can be changed by reading the Reference File data stored in the memory stick. (2) The Reference File data in the memory stick cannot be applied to the camera when the data are just read. For applying the data, adjust the level automatically. [MAINTENANCE] [AUTO|SETUP] [AUTO|LEVEL] n Reference File data stored in the memory stick cannot be read when the power is just turned on. Storing the Reference File to the Memory Stick (Refer to step 1 of Fig. 4-4.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit Stores Reference File stored in the camera in the memory stick.

Initializing All File Items (Refer to step 4 of Fig. 4-4.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit

Initializing Only the Specified Item (Refer to step 4 of Fig. 4-4.) Using FILE Menu of This Unit (1) [FILE] [FILE|CLEAR] [10|SEC|CLEAR] [ON] (2) Display the page containing the desired items to be initialized of the reference files in the setup menu. (3) Move to the item to be initialized using the MENU SELECT knob, and keep pressing the MENU SELECT knob about 10 seconds at ? state until REF CLEAR is displayed. n The 10 SEC CLEAR setting returns to OFF when the power is turned ON.
Memory stick Storing in memory stick (Step 1) Readng from memory stick (Step 3)

Camera unit

Storing (Step 1) Current paint data Calling (Step 2) Output to hardware Reference File

Initializing (Step 4)

Reference File factory-set value (Initial value 0)

Fig. 4-4. Operating Procedure for Reference Files

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4-6. Lens File


Lens File stores the data to compensate the differences of the white shading, flare balance, white balance, which occur when the lens extender is set to ON. It also stores the minimum f-stop value and name of the lens. Lens File data of up to 16 files can be stored in the camera. The adjustment data can be called by selecting the Lens File. The Lens File stores the differential data from the Reference File. m Prior to creating the Lens File, perform the necessary adjustments by using the lens normally used to create the Reference File. Adjusting the Lens File Data (Using a lens not compatible with serial communication) (1) Mount the lens. Select the file with the same name as the lens mounted from the setup menu. If no file with the same name as the lens exists, select NO OFFSET. [FILE] [LENS|FILE] [No.] (Select the No.) (2) Select the name of the lens, and minimum f-stop value. (3) Set the lens extender to OFF. (4) Shoot the white pattern, and adjust V modulation R/G/B/Master so that the video level is around 560 mV (80 %) with the lens iris set around F4 and the zoom control in the center of the ring. (5) Adjust the white balance and flare balance shooting the grayscale chart. (6) Zooming the lens, and adjust the center marker to a position at which the object does not deviate.*1 (7) Store the data in the lens file. [FILE] [LENS|FILE] [STORE|FILE] (8) Set the lens extender to ON. (9) Shoot the white pattern, and adjust V modulation R/G/B/Master so that the video level is around 560 mV (80 %) with the lens iris set around F4 and the zoom control in the center of the ring. (10) Adjust the white balance and flare balance shooting the grayscale chart. (11) Zooming the lens, and adjust the center marker to a position at which the object does not deviate.*1 (12) Store the Lens File. [FILE] [LENS|FILE] [STORE|FILE] *1 : The center marker position is stored in the Lens File immediately after the position is aligned and not when executing the Lens File store.

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(For lens compatible with serial communication) (1) Check that the lens number is No. 17. (2) Also check that the name of the lens and minimum f-stop value. (3) Turn on the dynamic shading. *1 (4) Set the lens extender to OFF. (5) Adjust the white balance and flare balance shooting the grayscale chart. (6) Zooming the lens, and adjust the center marker to a position at which the subject does not move.*2 (7) Store the Lens File. [FILE] [LENS|FILE] [STORE|FILE] (8) Set the lens extender to ON. (9) Adjust the white balance and flare balance shooting the grayscale chart. (10) Zooming the lens, and adjust the center marker to a position at which the subject does not move.*2 (11) Store the Lens File. [FILE] [LENS|FILE] [STORE|FILE] *1 : If using the lens compatible with serial communication with the dynamic shading turned on, you do not require the V modulation adjustment. Adjust the white shading or V modulation only when the deviation occurs. In this case, the data will not be stored in the Lens File. *2 : The center marker position is stored in the Lens File immediately after the position is aligned and not when executing the Lens File store. Calling Using OPERATION Menu of This Unit Select the Lens File. [OPERATION] [LENS|FILE] Initializing Using FILE Menu of This Unit All data of the lens file being currently selected will be initialized to the factory setting values.

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4-7. OHB File


OHB File is used to store the adjustment values specific to the CCD block, and it stores the data in the camera. 2D black shading and 3D white shading adjustment 2D black shading and 3D white shading adjustments are performed during black shading or white shading automatic adjustment respectively when the 2D black shading or 3D white shading is set to ON. Compensation data is stored only in the OHB File. If performing only adjustment without storing adjustment data, the data will be lost after the unit was powered off. Be sure to store the data in the OHB File. m . When you cannot adjust the video level for the specified value by the lens iris at the ND offset adjustment, adjust by Shutter/ECS. If adjusting by gain up, the error may occur in the white balance. . Perform the OHB matrix adjustment only when it is necessary to unite the delicate difference in color reappearance. . If adjusting the all items shown below, execute the OHB File Store after finishing all adjustments. If adjusting only the individual item, first execute STANDARD in step (1), and then perform adjustment. After finishing adjustment, execute the OHB File Store. Adjusting and Storing Using FILE/MAINTENANCE Menu of this unit (1) [FILE] [REFERENCE] [STANDARD] (2) Adjust the black shading automatically. [MAINTENANCE] [BLACK|SHADING] [AUTO|BLACK|SHADING] Repeat this operation 3 times or more. When adjustment is not completed correctly, adjust the black shading automatically again, or adjust the black shading V SAW, V PARA, H SAW, and H PARA on R/G/B respectively. [MAINTENANCE] [BLACK|SHADING] [V|SAW|R/G/B], [V|PARA|R/G/B], [H|SAW|R/|G/B], [H|PARA|R/G/B] (3) Adjust the black balance automatically. [MAINTENANCE] [AUTO|SETUP] [AUTO|BLACK] (4) Adjust the white shading automatically. Shoot the white pattern so that the video level is around 80 % (560 mV). [MAINTENANCE] [WHITE|SHADING] [AUTO|WHITE|SHADING] Repeat this operation 3 times or more. When adjustment is not completed correctly, adjust the white shading automatically again, or adjust the white shading V SAW, V PARA, H SAW, and H PARA on R/G/B respectively. [MAINTENANCE] [WHITE|SHADING] [V|SAW|R/G/B], [V|PARA|R/G/B], [H|SAW|R/G/B], [H|PARA|R/G/B] (5) Perform the ND offset adjustment. n Perform adjustments while selecting all ND filters (1 to 4), or the ND offset adjustment will not be completed. 1 Select 4 by the ND filter knob, and shoot the white pattern so that the video level is 50 % (350 mV) or more. 2 Select 1 by the ND filter knob, and adjust the lens iris so that the video level is 80 to 50 % (560 to 350 mV), and then adjust the white balance automatically. [MAINTENANCE] [AUTO|SETUP] [AUTO|WHITE] 4-10 (E)

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Select 2 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. Select 3 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. Select 4 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. Perform the OHB matrix adjustment. [MAINTENANCE] [OHB|MATRIX] [OHB|MATRIX|:|ON] (7) Store the OHB File. [FILE] [OHB|FILE] [STORE|FILE]

With MSU (1) STANDARD button ON (lit) (2) Adjust the black shading automatically. FILE button ON (lit) [Touch panel selection] [OHB|File] [Auto|B.|Shading] Repeat this operation 3 times or more. When adjustment is not completed correctly, adjust the black shading automatically again, or adjust the black shading V SAW, V PARA, H SAW, H PARA on R/G/B respectively. [OHB|File] [Adjusting] [Black|shading] [R/G/B] [V|SAW], [V|PARA], [H|SAW], [H|PARA] (3) Adjust the black balance automatically. BLACK button ON (lit), or [OHB|File] [Auto|Black] (4) Adjust the white shading automatically. Shoot the white pattern so that the video level is around 80 % (560 mV). [OHB|File] [Auto|W.|Shading] Repeat this operation 3 times or more. When adjustment is not completed correctly, adjust the white shading automatically again, or adjust the white shading V SAW, V PARA, H SAW, H PARA on R/G/B respectively. [OHB|File] [Adjusting] [White|shading] [R/G/B] [V|SAW], [V|PARA], [H|SAW], [H|PARA] (5) Perform the ND offset adjustment. n Perform adjustments while selecting all ND filters (1 to 4), or the ND offset adjustment will not be completed. 1 Select 4 by the ND filter knob, and shoot the white pattern so that the video level is 50 % (350 mV) or more. 2 Select 1 by the ND filter knob, and adjust the lens iris so that the video level is 80 to 50 % (560 to 350 mV), and then adjust the white balance automatically. WHITE button ON (lit), or [OHB|File] [Auto|White] 3 Select 2 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. 4 Select 3 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. 5 Select 4 by the ND filter knob, and adjust in the same manner as step 2. (6) Perform the OHB matrix adjustment. [OHB|File] [Adjusting] [Matrix] Change the adjustment display by pressing the button 1, 2 of sub menu, and adjust the value of the OHB matrix. (7) Store the OHB File. [OHB|File] [OHB|store] [Store]

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4-8. File Items


You can save each setting data set using the setup menu in files. This section shows the destination files to which the respective setting data can be stored. It also shows the indication mode (absolute or relative) of each setting and the defalt settings when the unit was shipped from the factory. Description on symbol O : When executing each file store, it indicates items that can be stored in the file. (If ON or OFF is described in the list, the setting is stored as it is.) : Selects indication mode, absolute or relative. T : Absolute indication only. X : Relative indication only.
Item SW Data GAIN Shutter _3, 0, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42 dB Shutter On Shutter Speed Slow Shutter EVS ECS Black Shading ECS Speed R H Saw G H Saw B H Saw R V Saw G V Saw B V Saw R H Para G H Para B H Para R V Para G V Para B V Para 2D Black Shading Off Black Set R Black Set G Black Set B Black Set Test Test 1 On (TEST SAW) Test 2 On Test2 Mode Optical Filter Filter Position Analog Data Refence Scene Lens file O OFF O OFF OFF file O O O O O O O file OHB Operator Ind. file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O file mode X Factory Setting 0dB OFF UC : 1/100 CE : 1/60 1FRAME OFF UC : 60.00Hz CE : 50.00Hz 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ON 0 0 0 OFF OFF 3Step 1/1B (WS only)
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Function SW Data 5600k White Shading 5600K On

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens OHB Operator Ind. file OFF R H Saw G H Saw B H Saw R V Saw G V Saw B V Saw R H Para G H Para B H Para R V Para G V Para B V Para O ON R V Mod G V Mod B V Mod M V Mod R White G White B White O O O* ON R Flare G Flare B Flare O O O O
*

Factory Setting OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

file O O O O O O O O O O O O

file O O O O O O O O O O O

file O O O O O O O O O O O O

file O O

mode

Auto White Shading Mode 3D White Shading Off V Modulation V Mod Off

X X X X

RGB ON ON 0 0 0 0 OFF 0 0 0

Dynamic Shading White

ATW Preset White Color Temp Fine Flare Flare Off

X X

OFF 3200k 0 ON 0 0 0

Black

Master Black R Black G Black B Black

0 0 0 0
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* : White Gamma RGB mode only

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Function SW Data Detail Detail Off

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens OHB Operator Ind. file ON Detail Level Limiter White Limiter Black Limiter Crispening Frequency Mix Ratio Detail Comb O O O O O O O O O O H/V Ratio O O Level Depend O O Fine Detail O O Knee Aperture O O ON Skin 1 Level Skin 1 Phase Skin 1 Width Skin 1 Sat O O O O O Skin 2 Leval Skin 2 Phase Skin 2 Width Skin 2 Sat O O O O O Skin 3 Level Skin 3 Phase Skin 3 Width Skin 3 Sat O O O O file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O ON O O O O O O O O O O O O O O file file file X mode

Factory Setting ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 _50 NAM H/V 0 ON 0 OFF 0 OFF 0 OFF OFF OFF ON 0 29 _89 0 OFF OFF 0 29 _89 0 OFF OFF 0 29 _89 0
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V Detail Creation Mode H/V Ratio Mode

Level Dep. Off

Fine Detail On

Knee Aperture On

Skin Detail

Skin DTL On Skin Gate On Skin 1 On Skin 1 Gate On

Skin 2 On Skin 2 Gate On

Skin 3 On Skin 3 Gate On

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Function SW Data Matrix Matrix Off Preset Matrix On User Matrix On

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens file O O O R-G R-B G-R G-B B-R B-G O O O O O O O Phase Select Hue Saturation O O O R-G R-B G-R G-B B-R B-G Phase Select Hue Saturation O R Black Gamma G Black Gamma B Black Gamma M Black Gamma RGB Black Gamma Range O O O O O O Range Low Key Saturation O O file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O file

OHB Operator Ind. file O O O O O O O O O file X mode

Factory Setting ON ON OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 OFF 0 (Indication only) 0 0 OFF 0 0 0 0 0 0 OFF 0 (Indication only) 0 0 OFF 0 0 0 0 High OFF High 0
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Multi Matrix On

OHB Matrix

OHB Matrix On

OHB Multi Matrix On

Black Gamma

Black Gamma On

Low Key Saturat Low Key Saturation On

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Function SW Data Gamma Gamma Off

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens file ON O O R Gamma G Gamma B Gamma M Gamma O* O O* O O Level O O R Knee Point G Knee Point B Knee Point M Knee Point R Knee Slope G Knee Slope B Knee Slope M Knee Slope O O O O O O O O O O Auto Knee Point Limit Auto Knee Slope O O O O Knee Saturation O ON R White Clip G White Clip B White Clip M White Clip O O O O GL SC Phase GL H Phase (Coarse) GL H Phase (Fine) O O file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O file

OHB Operator Ind. file file X X X X T T T T X X X X mode

Factory Setting ON UC : x3.5 CE : x4.5 0.45 0 0 0 0 OFF 0 Knee ON 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OFF OFF 0 0 OFF OFF 0 ON 0 0 0 0 Enable 0 0 0 Wide OFF UC : SMPTE CE : FULL (75 %) OFF 0
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Gamma Curve Select Step Gmma (0.95 to 0.35)

Saturation

Saturation On

Knee

Knee Off

Auto Knee (DCC) On Adaptive Auto Knee

Knee Max On Knee Sauration On

White Clip

White Clip Off

Gen Lock

Gen Lock Enable

Encoder

Q Filter (NTSC Only) BARS On BARS Mode

Cross Color Suppress

On Level

* : White Gamma RGB mode only

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Function SW Data Character

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens file Center Maker H Position Center Maker V Position Box Cursor H Position Box Cursor V Position Box Cursor H Width Box Cursor V Width Zebra 1 Level Zebra 1 Width Zebra 2 Level VF DTL Gain file file O O

OHB Operator Ind. file file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O mode X X X X X X X X X X

Factory Setting ON VF ENC Y/Color OFF OFF OFF 90 % OFF 4:3 OFF 0 0 OFF 50 50 50 50 OFF 1&2 75 % 10 % 100 % ON 25
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TEST Character On Character SYNC

Test Out Select R, G, B, Y, ENC, VF, RETURN VF Out Select MIX VF Test Marker VF Marker R, G, B, Y MIX VF Test Marker Safety Zone On Safety Zone Select Aspect Ind On Aspect Indicator 4:3-15:9 Center Maker On

Box Cursor On

Zebra

Zebra On Zebra 1/2/1&2

VF DTL

VF DTL On

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Function SW Data VF Display Extender Zoom Zoom Display Focus ND CC IRIS

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens file O O file O file

OHB Operator Ind. file file O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O mode

Factory Setting ON OFF UC : RIGHT CE : LEFT OFF ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON ON OFF ON 1- - ON -B- - ON -AB ON OFF ON L- - ON OFF ON OFF ON UC : 59.94I CE : 50I ON (WS only) 16:9 (WS only) ON OFF 16:9 (WS only) UC : 59.94I CE : 50I OFF LEVEL
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White Switch Position 5600k Master Gain Shutter Return ATW C.TEMP Abnormal Ind ND Indicator ND Normal CC Indicator CC Normal WHITE Position Indicator WHITE Position Normal 5600k Indicator 5600k Normal GAIN Indicator GAIN Normal SHUTTER Indicator SHUTTER Normal EXTENDER Indicator EXTENDER Normal FORMAT Indicator FORMAT Normal 16:9/4:3 Indicator 16:9/4:3 Normal x0.8/4:3 Indicator x0.8/4:3 Normal Format 16:9 4:3 Crop Format Shutter Link Mode Level Auto Set Up White Setup Mode

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Function SW Data Iris Auto Iris On

Item Analog Data

Refence Scene Lens file O Level APL Gain O O O file O O O O file O

OHB Operator Ind. file file O O O O O O O O O O O O mode T T T

Factory Setting OFF 0 82 0 OFF UC : 20 CE : _

Close Others V BLKG 19/20/21 F.No. Display Switch Assign Lens VTR S/S Camera VTR S/S Assignable Switch Assinable Switch Dimmer Handle Switch Handle Switch Zoom Speed Gain [L] Gain [M] Gain [H] White [B] Outout [DCC] RE.Rotation

RET2 RET2 5600K 5 UC : RET/INCOM1 CE : RET/PROD 50 0dB +6dB +12dB B Auto Knee STD

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Section 5 Electrical Alignment

5-1. Preparation
5-1-1. Equipment Required
Tools . . . . . . . Extension board EX-464 (Sony part No. : A-8318-864-A) Pattern box (PTB-500, 90-240 Vac) (Sony part No. : J-6029-140-B) Grayscale chart (4:3, transparent) (Sony part No. : J-6026-130-B) Grayscale chart (16:9, transparent) (Sony part No. : J-6394-080-A) Grayscale chart (4:3, reflective) (Commercially available, Refer to Section 5-1-5) Flexible card wire (30P, 140 mm) (2 pieces) (Sony part No. : 1-823-429-11) EX Harness (3 pieces) (Sony part No. : 1-961-653-21)

Equipment . . . . . Digital oscilloscope: Tektronix TDS460A or equivalent Waveform monitor/Vectorscope: Tektronix 1750 (for NTSC)/1751 (for PAL) or equivalent Monochrome monitor (Horizontal resolution; 900 TV lines or more) Frequency counter: Advantest TR5821 or equivalent Digital voltmeter: Advantest TR6845 or equivalent

Peripheral equipment . Camera control unit: CCU-550D/550DP CCU-700A/700AP CCU-900/900P CA-570/570P CA-950/950P BVF-10/10CE/20W/20WCE/C10W MSU-700A/750 AC-550/550CE

. Camera adaptor: . Viewfinder: . Master setup unit: . AC adapter:

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5-1-2. Notes on Adjustment


. The unit (camera) can be adjusted in either of the following conditions: (1) Unit (camera) + CA (Camera Adaptor) + AC (AC Adaptor) (2) Unit (camera) + CA (Camera Adaptor) + CCU (Camera Control Unit) + MSU (Master Setup Unit) When MSU is used for adjustments, the equipment (CCU and MSU) should be completely adjusted. For equipment settings, refer to section 5-1-4. . All measuring equipment should be calibrated. . Be sure to turn off the power before disconnecting boards. . Before adjustment, warm up the camera for about 10 minutes.

5-1-3. Connection
1.35-type COLOR VF (BVF-C10W) 2-type VF (BVF-20W/20WCE) 1.5-type VF (BVF-10/10CE)

ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER BVF-55/55CE

CAMERA ADAPTOR (*2) CA-570/570P CA-950/950P

AC ADAPTOR AC550/550CE

ENG/EFP LENS COLOR VIDEO CAMERA BVP-E30/E30P/E30WS/E30WSP TEST OUT BNC CABLE CAMERA CONTROL UNIT (*1) CCU-550D/550DP CCU-700A/700AP CCU-900/900P OPTICAL FIBER CABLE (FC2PD250/PD50) (*3) TRIAX CABLE (*4)

Waveform monitor (WFM)/ Vectorscope

BNC CABLE CCA-5 CABLE Color monitor or B/W monitor

MASTER SETUP UNIT MSU-700 MSU-700A/750

*1: Represented as CCU simply for convenience in wirting in this section. *2: Represented as CA simply for convenience in wirting in this section. *3: Used when CA-950/950P and CCU-900/900P are used. *4: Used when CA-570/570P and CCU-550A/550AP/700A/ 700AP are used.

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5-1-4. Initial Settings


MSU Operation Panel When MSU-700A is used . Power/Signal output select buttons ALL button OFF (dark) CAM PW button ON (lit) VF PW button ON (lit) TEST 1 button OFF (dark) TEST 2 button OFF (dark) BARS button OFF (dark) CLOSE button ON (lit) . Camera/CCU function ON/OFF buttons KNEE OFF button OFF (lit) DETAIL OFF button OFF (lit) LEV DEP OFF button OFF (lit) MATRIX OFF button OFF (lit) AUTO KNEE button OFF (dark) SKIN DETAIL button OFF (dark) . Others GAMMA OFF button ON (dark) MASTER GAIN button 0 (0 dB) FILTER button (ND) 1 (lit) FILTER button (CC) B (lit) . Menu operation block (touch panel) PAINT button ON (2/3) [White|Clip] [White|Clip|Off] When MSU-750 is used . Power/Signal output select buttons ALL button OFF (dark) CAM PW button ON (lit) VF PW button ON (lit) TEST 1 button OFF (dark) TEST 2 button OFF (dark) BARS button OFF (dark) CLOSE button ON (lit) . Camera/CCU function ON/OFF buttons OFF (highlighted) Knee off* * Detail off OFF (highlighted) Matrix off* OFF (highlighted) AUTO KNEE button OFF (dark) SKIN DETAIL button OFF (dark) . Others Gamma off* ON (not highlighted) * Master Gain 0 (0 dB) ND* 1 (highlighted) * CC B (highlighted) . Menu operation block (touch panel) PAINT button ON (2/3) [White|Clip] [White|Clip|Off]
* : Press FUNCTION button and select from function menu screen

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5-1-5. Presetting Compensation Data


Before beginning adjustment of board, preset all compensation data output from the CPU. To preset proceed as follows. By presetting the data, the CPU will output the center value of each data. If you adjust each item without presetting, it cannot be regarded as completion of adjustment. How to preset the data Perform the preset operation on the camera using the viewfinder displays. n Make sure the no display appears on the viewfinder before beginning presetting. Use the DISPLAY switch on the side panel of the camera and the MENU SELECT knob on the front panel to preset. 1. Set the DISPLAY switch from OFF to MENU while holding down the MENU SELECT knob. The TOP menu appears in the viewfinder. 2. Select the FILE menu and display the REFERENCE page. 3. Select ALL PRESET and execute presetting. When presetting is normally executed, a message Completed is displayed. 4. Return the DISPLAY switch to OFF.

5-1-6. SERVICE Menu


In this section, the SERVICE menu is used to perform adjustment. To display the SERVICE menu, follow the procedure below. 1. Set the DISPLAY switch to MENU. 2. Double-click the ASSIGNABLE switch while setting the STATUS/CANCEL switch to STATUS. In this section, the menu operations are described as follows: Example : When selecting ENC of TEST OUT at the VA TRIMMING page of the SERVICE menu. MENU : SERVICE PAGE : VA TRIMMING ITEM : TEST OUT ENC

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5-1-7. Maintaining the Grayscale Chart


For the PA gain adjustment, using an 89.9 %-reflective grayscale chart is preferable. If a reflective chart is not available, use a well-maintained pattern box and a transparent grayscale chart for adjustment. Before beginning adjustment, set the illumination of the light source (or the luminous intensity on the chart surface) properly proceeding as follows and set the color temperature to 3200 K exactly by adjusting light. Information on the reflective grayscale chart Recommended chart The reflective grayscale chart is commercially available. Recommended chart: Reflective grayscale chart (with a special case) MURAKAMI COLOR RESEARCH LABORATORY GS-3 or equivalent MURAKAMI COLOR RESEARCH LABORATORY Address: 3-11-3, Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN Postcode 104-0054 Phone: 81-3-3532-3011 Fax: 81-3-3532-2056

Supplier:

Handling precautions . Do not touch the charts surface. . Do not subject the surface to dirt, scratches or prolonged exposure to sunlight. . Protect the chart from excess moisture and harmful gas. . Avoid resting articles against the case. . Open the case and dry the chart more an hour for a month in no use long period. Replacement period when the chart is used as the reference The reflective grayscale chart should be replaced every two years if it used as the reference. Because the chart deteriorates with time and proper adjustment cannot be achieved. Replacement period varies according to storage conditions of the chart. Setting illumination (when the reflective chart is used) Equipment: Illuminance meter (Calibrated)
Chart

1. Turn on the light source and warm up for about 30 minutes. 2. Place the illuminance meter on the chart surface. Adjust the position and angle of the light source so that the whole surface of the chart is evenly 2000 lx. n Light the chart from almost the same direction and height as the camera to shoot the chart.

Illuminance meter

Light source

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Setting luminous intensity (when the transparent chart is used) Equipment: Luminance meter (Minolta LS-110 or equivalent. Calibrated.)

1. Light the pattern box and warm up for about 30 minutes. 2. Place the pattern box where the chart is not exposed to light, such as a darkroom. (Or cover the pattern box with a cover whose inside is painted in black.) 3. Place the luminance meter facing straight to the chart at a distance of 1 m from it. 4. Adjust the luminance control of the pattern box so that the white portion in the center of the chart is 573 6 cd/m2. n This corresponds to the luminous intensity on the 89.9 %-reflective chart at 2000 lx.
Chart

Luminance meter

1m

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5-2. VA-226 Board Adjustment


Perform the adjustments from Sections 5-2-1 to 5-2-3 in order.

3. Flare Offset B Adjustment Test Point : TP3 (GND : E1) Adjustment Point . ITEM : FLR OFFSET [B] Specifications : A = 0 10 mV

5-2-1. Black Balance Adjustment


A

Perform automatic adjustment of black balance as follows. (1) When MSU is not used, set the AUTO W/B BAL switch on the front of the camera to the BLK side. (2) When MSU is used, set the BLACK button on MSU to ON (lit).

1H
(Oscilloscope)

5-2-2. Flare Offset Adjustment


Equipment : Oscilloscope Board extension : VA-226 board Preparations . Lens Iris CLOSE . Menu settings MENU : SERVICE PAGE : VA TRIMMING Adjustment Procedures 1. Flare Offset R Adjustment Test Point : TP2 (GND : E1) Adjustment Point . MENU : SERVICE . PAGE : VA TRIMMING . ITEM : FLR OFFSET [R] Specifications : A = 0 10 mV 2. Flare Offset G Adjustment Test Point : TP1 (GND : E1) Adjustment Point . ITEM : FLR OFFSET [G] Specifications : A = 0 10 mV

4. Store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE

A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

10 11 12

TP2 TP1 TP3 E1

VA-226 board (A side)


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5-2-3. Offset Adjustment


Equipment : Vectorscope (x5 range) Test Point : TEST OUT connector Preparations 1. Lens Iris CLOSE 2. Select the PAINT menu. MENU : PAINT PAGE : SW STATUS ITEM : GAMMA ON 3. Then, select the SERVICE menu. MENU : SERVICE PAGE : VA TRIMMING ITEM : TEST OUT ENC OFFSET ADJUST R Adjustment Procedures 1. OFFSET R Adjustment Adjustment Point . ITEM : OFFSET [R] Specifications : The spot of the vectorscope shall not change. 2. Menu setting ITEM : OFFSET ADJUST G 3. OFFSET G Adjustment Adjustment Point . ITEM : OFFSET [G] Specifications : The spot of the vectorscope shall not change. 4. Menu setting ITEM : OFFSET ADJUST B 5. OFFSET B Adjustment Adjustment Point . ITEM : OFFSET [B] Specifications : The spot of the vectorscope shall not change.

6. Store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM: STORE
(NTSC)
MG R YL YL R MG

(PAL)

CY

CY

Setting after Adjustment . ITEM : OFFSET ADJUST OFF . Restore the VA-226 board to the original position.

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5-3. PA-272/273/274 Boards Adjustment


5-3-1. PA Gain Adjustment
n For the PA gain adjustment, using an 89.9 %-reflective grayscale chart is preferable. Before performing adjustment, be sure to set the illumination of the light source (or the luminous intensity on the chart surface) and to set the color temperature exactly. For details, refer to Section 5-1-7. Maintaining the Grayscale Chart. Equipment : Oscilloscope Vectorscope Object : Grayscale chart Board extension : VA-226 board Preparations . Remove the right side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) . For BVP-E30WS/E30WSP Remove the DR-536 board. (Refer to Section 2-1-3.) . Shoot the fully occupied grayscale chart in the full underscanned monitor frame adjusting the zoom control. (2000 lx and 3200 K) For BVP-E30WS/E30WSP, shoot the chart as follows according to the chart to be used.
(When using the 4:3 type) (When using the 16:9 type)

Adjustment Procedures 1. PA G Gain Adjustment Test Point : TP71 (GND : GND A) / EX-464 extension board Adjustment Point : 1 RV1/PA-273 board Specifications : A = 165 10 mV

50m

B W L

10uS

(Oscilloscope)

2. Set the TEST OUT switch (on the side panel) to ENC. 3. Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : VA TRIMMING ITEM : TEST OUT ENC Connect the vectorscope to the TEST OUT connector. 4. PA R/B Gain Adjustment Adjustment Point : 1 RV1/PA-272 board 1 RV1/PA-274 board Specifications : Center the beam spot on the vectorscope.

MG R

Chart frame

YL

CY

Underscanned monitor frame

. Lens Iris F11 . Menu setting MENU : OPERATION PAGE : PRESET WHITE ITEM : COLOR TEMP 3200k . WHITE BAL switch (on the side panel) PRESET (3200 K)

1 RV1/PA-272 board

1 RV1/PA-273 board

1 RV1/PA-274 board
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5-4. DPR-261 Board Adjustment


5-4-1. Video Level Adjustments (1)
Equipment: Waveform monitor Test point: TEST OUT connector Preparations 1. Select the PAINT menu. MENU: PAINT PAGE: SW STATUS ITEM: GAMMA OFF KNEE OFF 2. Then, select the MAINTENANCE menu. MENU: MAINTENANCE PAGE: OTHERS ITEM: TEST2 MODE 10STEP Adjustment Procedures 1. Video level R adjustment Adjust following the steps below. (1) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: VA TRIMMING ITEM: TEST OUT R TEST SIGNAL TEST1 (TEST OUT and TEST SIGNAL can be switched on the menu or through MSU-700A/750.) (2) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: DPR TRIMMING ITEM: VIDEO LEVEL [R] (3) Specifications: The TEST1 and TEST2 levels must be at the same level. A = B (Adjust using the MENU SELECT knob.) Reference value: 3 mV (0.5 IRE) or less

2. Video level G adjustment Adjust following the steps below. (1) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: VA TRIMMING ITEM: TEST OUT G TEST SIGNAL TEST1 (TEST OUT and TEST SIGNAL can be switched on the menu or through MSU-700A/750) (2) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: DPR TRIMMING ITEM: VIDEO LEVEL [G] (3) Specifications: The TEST1 and TEST2 levels must be at the same level. A = B (Adjust using the MENU SELECT knob.) Reference value: 3 mV (0.5 IRE) or less 3. Video level B adjustment Adjust following the steps below. (1) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: VA TRIMMING ITEM: TEST OUT B TEST SIGNAL TEST1 (TEST OUT and TEST SIGNAL can be switched on the menu or through MSU-700A/750.) (2) MENU: SERVICE PAGE: DPR TRIMMING ITEM: VIDEO LEVEL [B] (3) Specifications: The TEST1 and TEST2 levels must be at the same level. A = B (Adjust using the MENU SELECT knob.) Reference value: 3 mV (0.5 IRE) or less

TEST1

TEST2 (10STEP)
(Waveform monitor)

4. Store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM: STORE 5. Setting after adjustments Set TEST1 and TEST2 to OFF. 5-10 (E)
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5-4-2. Video Level Adjustment (2)


Equipment : Oscilloscope Preparations . Turn the power off, and then disconnect the CCU connected to the camera, and connect the AC-550/ 550CE to the camera. . Remove the left side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) . OUTPUT/DCC switch (on the side panel) BARS/OFF . Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : DPR TRINNING Adjustment Procedures 1. Y Level Adjustment Test Point : TP502 (GND : E501) /DPR-261 Adjustment Point . ITEM : Y LEVEL Specifications : NTSC : A = 714 2 mV PAL : A = 700 2 mV
(NTSC)

2. R-Y level Adjustment Test Point : TP503 (GND : E501) /DPR-261 Adjustment Point . ITEM : R-Y LEVEL Specifications : NTSC : A = 700 2 mV PAL : A = 525 2 mV
(NTSC)

(Oscilloscope) (PAL)

(Oscilloscope)

(Oscilloscope) (PAL)

E1 TP1

B C

D E F

E501 TP501 TP502 TP503

(Oscilloscope)

G H J K L

E2

TP800
M 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

DPR-261 board (A side)


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3. B-Y level Adjustment Test Point : TP501 (GND: E501) /DPR-261 Adjustment Point . ITEM : B-Y LEVEL Specifications : NTSC : A = 700 2 mV PAL : A = 525 2 mV
(NTSC)

5-4-3. TEST OUT Level Adjustment


Equipment : Waveform monitor, vectorscope Test Point : TEST OUT connector Preparations . Turn the power off, and then disconnect the CCU connected to the camera, and connect the AC-550/ 550CE to the camera. . OUTPUT/DCC switch (on the side panel) BARS/OFF . Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : VA TRINNING ITEM : TEST OUT Y Adjustment Procedures

(Oscilloscope) (PAL)

(Oscilloscope)

4. After the adjustments are completed, store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE

1. Test Out Level Adjustment Adjustment Point . PAGE : DPR TRIMMING . ITEM : TEST OUT LEVEL Specifications : NTSC : A = 100 0.5 IRE PAL : A = 700 7 mV p-p
(NTSC)

E1 TP1

(Waveform monitor) (PAL)

B C D E F G H J K L

E501 TP501 TP502 TP503

(Waveform monitor)

E2

After the adjustment is completed, store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE
TP800

M 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

DPR-261 board (A side)

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2. VBS Level Adjustment Menu setting PAGE : VA TRIMMING ITEM : TEST OUT ENC Adjustment Point . PAGE : DPR TRIMMING . ITEM : VBS Y LEVEL Specifications : NTSC : A = 100 0.5 IRE PAL : A = 700 3 mV p-p
(NTSC) A

5-4-4. SC Frequency Adjustment


Equipment : Frequency counter Test Point : TP1 (GND : E1) /DPR-261 Preparations n Warm up the camera for about 15 minutes or more before performing this adjustment. . Remove the left side panel. (Refer to Section 1-5.) . Disconnect the CCU connected to the camera, and connect the AC-550/550CE to the camera. . When the cable is connected to GENLOCK IN connector of CA, disconnect the cable.

(Waveform monitor) (PAL) A

Adjustment Procedures 1. Adjustment Point . MENU : SERVICE . PAGE : DPR TRIMMING . ITEM : SC FREQ Specifications : 36,000,000 10 Hz
(Waveform monitor)

After the adjustment is completed, store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE Menu setting PAGE : VA TRIMMING ITEM : TEST OUT ENC Adjustment Point . PAGE : DPR TRIMMING . ITEM : VBS C LEVEL Specifications : CROMA LEVEL Each beam spot of vectorscope stays inside the frame 4.
(NTSC) Burst spot 75 %
MG YL B G G YL B

2. After the adjustment is completed, store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE

E1 TP1

B C D E F G H

E501 TP501 TP502 TP503

(PAL)

R MG

J K L

E2 TP800
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

CY

CY

M 11 10

(Vectorscope)
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5-5. RPN Pixel Concealment


RPN (Residual Point Noise) on CCD is automatically corrected during ABB (Auto Black Balance adjustment) operation. However some RPN, low level white dots on dark background, black dots and bright dots may remain. Perform this adjustment to correct those black dots and bright dots. n Perform Section 5-6. RPN Compensation Adjustment to correct low level white dots on dark background.
<CONCEAL> CONCEAL MODE CHANNEL SELECT TEST CHARACTER CURSOR: OFF SAVE DELETE : OFF : R : OFF H: 170 V: ev194

Adjustment Procedures m . Be sure not to move the cross cursor until the SAVE or CANCEL operation is completely finished. . You cannot make a compensation for the surrounding pixels adjacent to the already-compensated RPN. 1. Select the channel to be compensated. ITEM : CHANNEL SELECT R, G, B 2. Adjust the values of H and V so that the center of the cross cursor is aligned just over the RPN. ITEM : CURSOR ON ITEM : H, V 3. Move the cursor to SAVE, and press the MENU SELECT knob. EXEC OK will be displayed. Press MENU SELECT knob again, the compensation is started, and compensation data is registered. 4. If the RPN cannot be compensated or an incorrect registration was executed by mistake, move the cursor to DELETE. Then, press MENU SELECT knob. 5. If perform this adjustment again or any other RPNs remain, repeat steps 2 and 3. Setting after Adjustment ITEM : CONCEAL MODE OFF

Equipment : B/W monitor or color monitor Test Point : TEST OUT connector Preparations . Adjust the black balance automatically. (Refer to Section 5-2-1.) . Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : CONCEAL ITEM : CONCEAL MODE ON . When the RPN recognition is difficult since the RPN hides behind the character on a screen or is very close to the character : ITEM : TEST CHARACTER OFF

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5-6. RPN Compensation Adjustment


RPN (Residual Point Noise) on CCD is automatically corrected during ABB (Auto Black Balance adjustment) operation. However some RPN, low level white dots on dark background, black dots and bright dots may remain. Perform this adjustment to correct those low level white dots on dark background. n Perform Section 5-5. RPN Pixel Concealment to correct black dots and bright dots.
<COMPENSATION> COMPENSATION MODE: CHANNEL SELECT : TEST CHARACTER : CURSOR: OFF H: V: EXEC LEVEL : -SELECT: -SAVE CANCEL AUTO COMPENSATION OFF R OFF 170 ev194

2. When the compensation is finished, APR OK will be displayed. 3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 two times. n The number of the RPNs compensated at once is limited. When all RPNs do not disappear even if APR OK is displayed, carry out the automatic compensation again or the manual compensation. Manual Compensation n Be sure not to move the cross cursor until the SAVE or CANCEL operation is completely finished. 1. Select the channel to be compensated. ITEM : CHANNEL SELECT R, G, B 2. Adjust the values of H and V so that the center of the cross cursor is aligned just over the RPN. ITEM : CURSOR ON ITEM : H, V 3. Move the cursor to EXEC, and press the MENU SELECT knob. EXEC OK will be displayed. Press MENU SELECT knob again, the compensation of the maximum level will be performed. n You cannot make a compensation for the pixels in the upper/lower one line and right/left 13 horizontal pixels toward the already-compensated pixels. When you try to compensate those pixels, the following two selections at SELECT item on the screen will be displayed. Select either and perform adjustment. ADJASENT PIXEL : the existing data takes effect SETTING PIXEL : the existing data is deleted 4. If the RPN remains as a black dot (overcompensated) or a white dot (incompletely-compensated), make a fine adjustment. ITEM : LEVEL 99 to 0 5. When the RPN is compensated, move the cursor to SAVE. Then, press MENU SELECT knob. 6. If the RPN cannot be compensated or an incorrect operation was executed by mistake, move the cursor to CANCEL. Then, press MENU SELECT knob. 7. If perform this adjustment again or any other RPNs remain, repeat steps 2 to 5. Setting after Adjustment ITEM : COMPENSATION MODE OFF 5-15 (E)

Notes . The temperature inside of the unit is not stable just after turning on the power, and the compensation may not be carried out correctly. Wait for about 20 minute after turning the power on, and then start this adjustment. . When the low level white dots cannot be compensated even if the auto compensation is finished, perform the manual compensation. Equipment : B/W monitor or color monitor Test Point : TEST OUT connector Preparations . Adjust the black balance automatically. (Refer to Section 5-2-1.) . Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : COMPENSATION ITEM : COMPENSATION MODE ON . When the RPN recognition is difficult since the RPN hides behind the character on a screen on is very close to the character : ITEM : TEST CHARACTER OFF Adjustment Procedures Auto Compensation 1. Move the cursor to AUTO COMPENSATION, and press the MENU SELECT knob. APR EXCUTING will be displayed, and the compensation will be performed.
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5-7. White Vertical Line Compensation


Fixed on screen white and vertical-in-line noise on CCD is automatically corrected during ABB (Auto Black Balance adjustment) operation. However some white vertical lines may remain. Perform this adjustment to correct those white vertical lines.
<V-LINE COMP> COMPENSATION MODE: OFF CHANNEL SELECT : R TEST CHARACTER : OFF CURSOR: OFF H: 170 V: ev194

Adjustment Procedures m . Be sure not to move the cross cursor until the SAVE or CANCEL operation is completely finished. . You cannot make a compensation for the lines in the right/left one line toward the already-compensated lines. In this case, "ADJASENT PIXEL" will be displayed. 1. Select the channel to be compensated. ITEM : CHANNEL SELECT R, G, B 2. Adjust the values of H and V so that the center of the cross cursor is aligned just over the white vertical line. ITEM : CURSOR ON ITEM : H, V 3. Move the cursor to EXEC, and press the MENU SELECT knob. EXEC OK will be displayed. Press MENU SELECT knob again, the compensation of the maximum level will be performed. 4. If the white vertical line remains as a black line (overcompensated) or a white line (incompletelycompensated), make a fine adjustment. ITEM : LEVEL 99 to 0 5. When the white vertical line is compensated, move the cursor to SAVE. Then, press MENU SELECT knob. 6. If the white vertical line cannot be compensated or an incorrect operation was executed by mistake, move the cursor to CANCEL. Then, press MENU SELECT knob. 7. If perform this adjustment again or any other vertical line noises remain, repeat steps 2 to 5. Setting after Adjustment ITEM : COMPENSATION MODE OFF

EXEC LEVEL : -SAVE CANCEL DELETE

Equipment : B/W monitor or color monitor Test Point : TEST OUT connector Preparations . Adjust the black balance automatically. (Refer to Section 5-2-1.) . Menu setting MENU : SERVICE PAGE : V-LINE COMP ITEM : COMPENSATION MODE ON . When the white vertical line recognition is difficult since the noise hides behind the character on a screen on is very close to the character : ITEM : TEST CHARACTER OFF

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5-8. V-SUB Voltage Adjustment


n The V-SUB voltage specific to the CCD has been adjusted for the optimum value at factory. Therefore, never change this voltage from the factory setting value. Only when the improper data was saved by OHB TRIMMING page of the SERVICE menu by mistake, perform this adjustment. Equipment : Oscilloscope

3. Perform V-SUB [B] adjustment in the same manner as step 1. Test Point : IC1- pin14/PA-272 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) Adjustment Point . ITEM : V-SUB [B] 4. Store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE Setting after Adjustment Restore the CCD block to the original position.

Preparations . Extend the CCD block. (Refer to Section 1-14-3.) . Shoot the fully occupied white area of the pattern box in the full underscanned monitor frame adjusting the zoom control. Adjustment Procedures
2 1

1. V-SUB [R] adjustment (1) Test Point : IC1- pin14/PA-274 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) Lens Iris : A = 500 50 mV (2) Select a large lens aperture (3 stops and a half) to obtain the 10 times amount of light. (3) Adjustment Point . MENU : SERVICE . PAGE : OHB TRIMMING . ITEM : V-SUB [R]
A

IC1
A 13

14pin PA-272/273/274 board (A side)

Specifications : NTSC : A = 1400 PAL : A = 1100


H rate

+100 _0 +100 _0

E1 TP1

mV mV

B C D

E501 TP501 TP502 TP503

E F G H

(Oscilloscope)

2. Perform V-SUB [G] adjustment in the same manner as step 1. Test Point : IC1- pin14/PA-273 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) Adjustment Point . ITEM : V-SUB [G]

J K L M 11 10

E2

TP800
9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

DPR-261 board (A side)


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5-9. V-REG Voltage Adjustment


n The V-REG voltage specific to the CCD has been adjusted for the optimum value at factory. Therefore, never change this voltage from the factory setting value. Only when the improper data was saved by OHB TRIMMING page of the SERVICE menu by mistake, perform this adjustment. Equipment : Oscilloscope Preparations . Extend the CCD block. (Refer to Section 1-14-3.) . Shoot the fully occupied white area of the pattern box in the full underscanned monitor frame adjusting the zoom control. Adjustment Procedures

(4) Test Point : CN2- pin3/TG-229 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) Lens Iris : C = 10 mV
H rate C (Oscilloscope)

(5) Adjustment Point . MENU : SERVICE . PAGE : OHB TRIMMING . ITEM : V-REG [R] Write down the voltage V2 at which the D section of the waveform just begins to change from OK to NG. V1 + V2 Specifications : V-REG [R] = 2 (Calculate with hexadecimal)
H rate D V2

1. V-REG [R] adjustment (1) Test Point : IC1- pin14/PA-274 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) Lens Iris : A = 500 50 mV
H rate A
OK NG

Video Blanking (Oscilloscope)

(Oscilloscope)

(2) Select a large lens aperture (3 stops and a half) to obtain the 10 times amount of light. (3) Adjustment Point . MENU : SERVICE . PAGE : OHB TRIMMING . ITEM : V-REG [R] Write down the voltage V1 at which the B section of the waveform just begins to change.
B H rate V1

2. Perform V-REG [G] adjustment in the same manner as step 1. Test Point : CN1- pin14/PA-273 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) CN2- pin2/TG-229 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) V1 + V2 Specifications : V-REG [G] = 2 (Calculate with hexadecimal) 3. Perform V-REG [B] adjustment in the same manner as step 1. Test Point : CN1- pin14/PA-272 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) CN2- pin1/TG-229 board (GND : E501/DPR-261) V1 + V2 Specifications : V-REG [B] = 2 (Calculate with hexadecimal)
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4. Store the TRIMMING data. (Press the MENU SELECT knob to execute.) ITEM : STORE Setting after Adjustment Restore the CCD block to the original position.

2 B

IC1
A 13

14pin PA-272/273/274 board (A side)

E1 TP1

B C D E F G H J K L M 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4

E501 TP501 TP502 TP503

E2

TP800
3 2 1

DPR-261 board (A side)


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BVP-E30 (UCJ) BVP-E30P (CE) BVP-E30WS (UCJ) BVP-E30WSP (CE) J, E 9-968-049-02 Printed in Japan 2007. 8 08 2004

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