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Hitachi DK-H200 Operating Instructions Manual

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HD COLOR CAMERA
DK-H200
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Please read these operating instructions carefully for proper operation,
and keep them for future reference.

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    HD COLOR CAMERA DK-H200 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Please read these operating instructions carefully for proper operation, and keep them for future reference.

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    Note: The model and serial numbers of your product are important for you to keep for your convenience and protection. These numbers appear on the nameplate located on he bottom of the product. Please record these numbers in the spaces provided below, and retain this manual for future reference. Model No.

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    说明书(环境方面:补充资料) 对象产品:彩色摄像机 DK-H200/DK-H200E 1.电子产品污染控制标志 此标志是根据 2006 年 2 月 28 日公 布的《电子信息产品污染控制管理办 法》以及 SJ/T11364-2006《电子信 息产品污染控制标识要求》而制定 的,是用来表示适用于在中华人民共 和国流通的电子信息产品的环保使 用期限。 只要遵守此类产品的安全事项以及使用上应注意的问题,从制造日 起到此年限内,不会发生产品中的有害物质外泄、突变等,不会对环境、人体以及财产产生 严重影响。同时,此年限是除去必须定期交换的保守部品的,是其他产品的环保使用期限。 产品在正常情况下使用完毕要废弃时, 请遵守各地区对电子信息产品的回收・再利用的相关 各项法律、法规。 另外,从第三者处转买的情况下即使在本期限内也视为失去效力。 2.产品中有毒有害物质或元素的名称及含量 有毒有害物质或元素 铅 水银 镉 六价铬 多溴 多溴 部件名称 (Pb) (Hg) (Cd) (Cr(VI)) 联苯 二苯醚...

  • Page 4: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Carefully read all safety messages in this manual and safety Instructions on your equipment. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices. SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL This is the “Safety Alert Symbol.” This symbol is used to call your attention to items or operations that could be dangerous to you or other persons using this equipment.

  • Page 5: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain Instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings All warnings on the product and the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4.

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    14. Lightning For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for long periods of time, unplug it from the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the product due to lightning and power-line surges. 15.

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    WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSANWEISUNGEN 1. Alle Anweisungen lesen. Vor Betrieb des Erzeugnisses sollten alle Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen gelesen werden. 2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren. Die Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen sollten fünftigen Bezug aufbewahrt werden. 3. Warnungen beachten. Die Warnungen auf dem Erzeugnis und in den Bedienungsanleitungen solten beachtet werden. 4.

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    14. Blitzschlag Für zusätzlichen Schutz des Erzeugnisses während eines Gewitters oder bei Nichtverwendung für lange Zeit den Stecker aus der Steckdose ziehen. Dies verhütet Beschädigung durch Blitzschlag und Netzspannungsstöße. 15. Überlastung Wandsteckdosen, Verlängerungskabel und eingebaute Bequemlickkeitssteckdosen nicht überlasten, da dies Feuer oder elektrischen Schlag verursachen kann. 16.

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    MISES EN GARDE IMPORTANTES 1. Lire les instructions Lire toutes les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement avant de faire fonctionner l’appareil. 2. Conserver ces instructions Conserver les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement á des fins de référence ultérieure. 3.

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    14. Foudre Pour renforcer la protection de l’appareil pendant un orage, ou si l’on s’en éloigne ou qu’on reste longtemps sans l’utiliser, le débrancher de la source d’alimentation. Ceci permettra d’éviter tout dommage de l’appareil dú á la foudre et aux surtensions de ligne. 15.

  • Page 11: Important Notice

    Operation of this product in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. WARNING Changes or modifications not expressly approved by Hitachi Kokusai Electric responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. For Canada This product does not exceed the class A/class B limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus as set out in the radio interference regulations.

  • Page 12: Table Of Contents

    Contents Outline and features ..............................1 Warnings and cautions when using ......................... 2 Facility names and functions ........................... 3 Lens installation ............................... 4 Lens flangeback adjustment ............................ 5 Status display ................................6 White shading adjustment ............................7 Filter selection ................................9 White and black balance adjustment ........................

  • Page 13: Outline And Features

    2.3 million pixels native 1080p 3-MOS, the Auto Chroma adjusts masking correction level DK-H200 provides outstanding performance. The of saturated color portion automatically. camera offers sharper and cleaner HD images due to Gray Scale Automatic Setup...

  • Page 14: Warnings And Cautions When Using

    In event of difficulty Extremely hot or cold locations (exceeding -10 Disconnect from power and contact the nearest to 45°C), such as in enclosed vehicles. Hitachi Kokusai Electric service agency. Subject to strong vibration. Humid or dusty locations. Salt spray or corrosive gases.

  • Page 15: Facility Names And Functions

    15. VF OUT connector Connection for viewfinder. 8. LENS connector 16. REMOTE2 connector Connection for lens plug. RJ-45 connector. DK-H200 can be controlled via LAN. Regarding a network setting. Refer to page15. 17. REMOTE1 switch Switch for remote control unit or personal...

  • Page 16: Lens Installation

    Lens installation Lens installation Install according to the following procedure. 1. Raise the lens lever and remove the mount cap. 3. Lower the lens lever to secure the lens. 2. Align the lens center mark with the indent at 4. Engage the cable with the cable clamp and the upper part of the lens mount and install the connect it to the lens connector.

  • Page 17: Lens Flangeback Adjustment

    Lens flangeback adjustment Lens flangeback adjustment When operating a zoom lens, if the focus is not precisely aligned at both the telephoto and wide angle extremes of the lens, the flangeback (distance from the lens mounting plane to the focal plane) is adjusted.

  • Page 18: Status Display

    Status display Screen Status Menu Display In addition to the video image, the messages related to camera settings and operating status and other information are displayed. ●When set to on at the setting menu VF DISPLAY menu, setting items are indicated at the top and bottom edges of the screen.

  • Page 19: White Shading Adjustment

    White shading adjustment White shading adjustment White shading adjustment is recommended after replacing the lens. The adjustment relates to the camera vertical coloration. If the lens includes an extender, the shading can be optimized for both extender on and off modes. (Vertical coloration refers to an effect whereby the image of an overall white sheet of paper tends toward green at the top and magenta at the bottom, or vice versa.) Adjustment...

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    White shading adjustment 9. Set the extender (if provided) to on and repeat the above step. 10. Close the Function menu. White shading adjustment is completed by the above. The adjustment is stored in a nonvolatile memory and ordinarily does not need to be repeated even if the power is switched off. Notes 1.

  • Page 21: Filter Selection

    Filter selection Filter setting In order to obtaining correct white balance, the sufficient optical filter selection is required accordance with the scene lighting source. The correct optical filter according to the scene light source needs to be selected in order to obtain correct white balance. Operation method Set the FILTER button and the L/R button.

  • Page 22: White And Black Balance Adjustment

    White and black balance adjustment White balance adjustment White balance will be adjusted to the best effort in the sequence of AWB (auto white balance), ABB (auto black balance), and again AWB. Readjustment is normally not required even at power off/on. Be sure to adjust the white balance after changes in the lighting conditions.

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    White and black balance adjustment Auto white balance error messages When auto white balance adjustment fails, the following error messages will be displayed on the screen for about 6 seconds. Message Cause Correction The color bar signal is output. Press the D button to turn off the color bar AUTO WHITE:NG signal.

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    White and black balance adjustment Black balance adjustment Black balance requires adjustment in the following situations. Equipment being used for the first time Equipment idle for an extended period Large change of ambient temperature Gamma setting changed 1. Hold the R button depressed for two second. Black balance is adjusted automatically. 2.

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    White and black balance adjustment Auto black balance error messages When auto black balance adjustment fails, the following error messages appear on the screen for about 6 seconds. Message Cause Correction AUTO BLACK:NG The color bar signal is output. Press the D button to turn off the color CHANGE TO CAM bar signal.

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    White and black balance adjustment Gray scale auto set up BLAK, GAIN, FLARE and GAMMA parameter can be adjusted automatically using with the gray scale chart. Gray scale chart with gate marker in the screen. Gate marker Gray scale auto set up can be accessed from Function menu or the Remote control unit and following message is displayed during auto set up working GRAYSCALE SETUP ■BLACK:...

  • Page 27: Electronic Shutter Setting

    Electronic shutter setting Shutter modes The selectable electronic shutter modes and speeds are as follows. Mode Shutter speeds Applications PRESET Clear images of quickly moving objects. 1/100(59.94i,59.94p,60i,60p), 1/60(50i,50p), 1/250, 1/500,1/1000,1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000 second VAR(Variable) When shooting the computer monitor, It’s 59.94i,59.94p,60i,60p image scroll.

  • Page 28: Network Settings

    Network Settings The camera IP address can be set by a PC. Use a RJ45 crossover cable. Crossover Cable CAMERA Use two RJ45 straight-through cables and a hub. Straight-through Cable CAMERA 1. Install the DeviceInstaller to a PC. 1) The DeviceInstaller can be downloaded from the following web site. http://www.lantronix.com/device-networking/utilities-tools/device-installer.html A PC does not have to be connected to the camera at this time.

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    Network Settings 2. Setting for a PC. 1) Open the Local Area Connection Properties. 2) Click the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)” and click the “Properties” button. 3) Click the “Use the following IP address” and input the IP address, Subnet mask, and Default gateway as follows.

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    Network Settings 3. Setting for the camera. 1) Execute the Lantronix DeviceInstaller application by START > ALL PROGRAMS > LANTRONIX > DeviceInstaller 4.2 > DeviceInstaller. If the "Product Information Base Update Alert" dialog has appeared, then click the "No" button. 2) Click the "Search"...

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    Network Settings 5) Click the “OK” button. 6) Click the “Network” then appears the Network Settings. 7) Click the “Use the following IP configuration” and input the desired “IP Address” and the “Subnet Mask”. 8) Click the “OK” button and click the “Apply Settings”.

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    Network Settings 9) Wait until the message in the figure below appears. 10) Click the "Search" to confirm new IP address. The right pane will show the new IP address.

  • Page 33: Serial Communication By Rs-232c Interface

    Serial communication by RS-232C interface To control the camera by RS-232C interface, set the Rear Panel 17 switch. For connection with a personal computer, set the Rear Panel 17 switch to the RS-232C position. For connection with a remote control unit (ex.RU-1000VR), set the Rear Panel 17 switch to the RU position.

  • Page 34: Function Menu

    Function menu 1. Operation and menu screen The function menu screen show up by pressing the MENU button. The menu describes the camera functions and structure with multiple pages. First page of structure is named TOP MENU. This TOP MENU screen is appeared (ON) and disappeared (OFF) by pressing the MENU button. TOP MENU Top menu has the major camera function items and the selection cursor in the screen which cursor can be moved by the U or D button.

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    Function menu 2. TOP MENU and MAIN MENU  TOP MENU ■COLOR MENU     SCENE 0          ■COLOR      :>    DETAIL     :>  MASTER GAIN:>  MAINTENANCE:>  WHITE  GAIN:>  FILE       :>  BLACK/FLARE:>  VF         :>  GAMMA      :>>>  KNEE/CLIP  :>>  MASKING    :>>> ■DETAIL MENU     SCENE 0    DETAIL     :>>  SKIN DTL   :>>  HIGH CHROMA:>   ■MAINTENANCE MENU    AUTO SETUP :>  WHT SHADING:>  AUTO IRIS  :>  SHUTTER    :>  SYSTEM     :>  CHECK      :>  RLAC       :> ■FILE MENU  ...

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    Function menu 3. COLOR MENU (MAIN MENU and SUB MENU) ■COLOR MENU      SCENE 0 ■MASTER GAIN:<   SCENE 0      MASTER GAIN:>  PRESET     :0dB  WHITE  GAIN:>  MODE       :PRESET  BLACK/FLARE:>  AGC LIMIT  :+18dB  GAMMA      :>>>  ALC SETTING >  KNEE/CLIP  :>>  MASKING    :>>>  LOW  SET   : 0 dB  MID  SET   : 6 dB  HIGH SET   :12 dB  INITIALIZE : ■WHITE GAIN :<   SCENE 0    W.BAL MODE :MEMORY  R GAIN     :   0  G GAIN     :   0  B GAIN     :   0  VIDEO CTEMP  3200K  INITIALIZE :  ■BLACK/FLARE:<   SCENE 0    R BLACK    :   0  G BLACK    :   0  B BLACK    :   0...

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    Function menu 4. DETAIL MENU (MAIN MENU and SUB MENU) ■DETAIL MENU     SCENE 0 ■DETAIL    1:>   SCENE 0 ■DETAIL    2:<   SCENE 0        DETAIL     :>>  LEVEL      :   0  D.KNEE WHT : 105  SKIN DTL   :>>  H GAIN     : -40  D.KNEE BLK : 120  HIGH CHROMA:>  V GAIN     : -40  DETAIL KNEE:ON    H CRISP    :-110  V CRISP    :-110  P/N BALANCE:8/8  LEVEL DEP  :  50  KNEE DETAIL:   0  DTL FREQ   :17MHz  DTL SOURCE :R+G  DETAIL     :ON  DETAIL     :ON    INITIALIZE :  INITIALIZE : ■SKIN DTL  1:>   SCENE 0 ■SKIN DTL  2:<   SCENE 0...

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    Function menu 5. MAINTENANCE MENU (MAIN MENU and SUB MENU) ■MAINTENANCE MENU ■AUTO SETUP :< ■H SHADING:<        AUTO SETUP :>  CH1.A.PHASE:PUSH > 1SEC  LENS.FILE  :LENS 1  WHT SHADING:>  CH2.A.PHASE:PUSH > 1SEC  EXTENDER   :OFF(x1)  AUTO IRIS  :>     R H SAW   :   0  SHUTTER    :>  GRAY SCALE :PUSH > 1SEC   G H SAW   :   0  SYSTEM     :>   BLACK LEV :   5.00%   B H SAW   :   0  CHECK      :>>   FLARE LEV :  12.00%   R H PARA  :   0  RLAC       :>   GAMMA LEV :  58.00%   G H PARA  :   0   B H PARA  :   0  INITIALIZE : ■WHT SHADING:< ■V SHADING:<...

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    Function menu 6. FILE MENU (MAIN MENU) ■FILE MENU ■SCENE FILE MENU ■AUTO IRIS  :<        SCENE FILE  >  SCENE FILE :SCENE 0  LENS.FILE  :LENS 1  LENS  FILE  >  STORE FILE :SCENE 0  IRIS SPEED :   0  STORE   OPEN LIMIT : 127  CLOSE LIMIT: -85    ALL INITIALIZE  INITIALIZE  ■LENS FILE MENU ■REGI        <      LENS FILE  :LENS 1  R H REGI   :   0  B H REGI   :   0  AUTO IRIS   >   [G H REGI] : Ref  WHT SHADING >  R V REGI   :   0  REGI        >   B V REGI   :   0   [G V REGI] : Ref...

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    Function menu 7. VF MENU (MAIN MENU and SUB MENU) ■VF MENU ■VF DETAIL  :< ■MARKER1 SEL:<USER 1     VF OUT SEL :COLOR  VF DETAIL  :ON  CENTER MARK:ON  VF DETAIL  :>  DTL LEVEL  :  0  SAFETY MARK:ON  VF MARKER  :>  CRISP      :-100  SIDE   4:3 :OFF  SIDE PANEL :>        13:9 :OFF  VF DISPLAY :>          14:9 :OFF  VF ZEBRA   :>          15:9 :OFF  FOCUS IND  :>    CROSS      :OFF  BOX1       :OFF  BOX2       :OFF ■VF MARKER  :< ■MARKER2 SEL:<USER 1  ...

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    Function menu 8. Each menu item and description 8.1 COLOR main menu Item Description ■COLOR MENU      SCENE 0   MASTER GAIN Change to MASTER GAIN menu.  MASTER GAIN:> WHITE GAIN Change to WHITE GAIN menu.  WHITE  GAIN:> BLACK/FLARE Change to BLACK/FLARE menu.  BLACK/FLARE:>  GAMMA      :>>> GAMMA Change to GAMMA menu.

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    Function menu 8.1.4 GAMMA 1 sub menu (COLOR MENU) Initial ■GAMMA     1:>   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description   setting  R GAMMA    :   0 R GAMMA -128 to 127 Adjust Red Gamma  G GAMMA    :   0 G GAMMA -128 to 127 Adjust Green Gamma  B GAMMA    :   0  TOTAL GAMMA:   0 B GAMMA -128 to 127 Adjust Blue Gamma TOTAL GAMMA -128 to 127...

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    Function menu 8.1.7 KNEE/CLIP 1 sub menu (COLOR MENU) Initial ■KNEE/CLIP 1:>   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description   setting  TOTAL KNEE :   2 TOTAL KNEE -128 to 127 Adjust Total Knee level  R KNEE     :   0  B KNEE     :   0 R KNEE -128 to 127 Adjust R individual channel knee level  TOTAL SLOPE:  13 B KNEE -128 to 127 Adjust B individual channel knee level...

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    Function menu 8.1.9 MASKING 1 sub menu (COLOR MENU) Initial ■MASKING   1:>   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description setting      HUE SAT     HUE SAT R HUE, SAT -64 to +63 Adjust Red hue, saturation  R  :  0   0 C  :  0   0 Y-R HUE, SAT -64 to +63 Adjust Yellow - Red hue, saturation  Y-R:  0   0 B-C:  0   0  Y  :  0   0 B  :  0   0...

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    Function menu 8.2 DETAIL main menu Initial ■DETAIL MENU     SCENE 0 Item Setting Description   setting   DETAIL Change screen to DETAIL menu. - -  DETAIL     :>> SKIN DTL Change screen to SKIN DTL menu.  SKIN DTL   :>> - -  HIGH CHROMA:> HIGH CHROMA Change screen to HIGH CHROMA menu. -...

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    Function menu 8.2.3 SKIN DTL 1 sub menu (DETAIL MENU) Initial ■SKIN DTL  1:>   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description setting    CH SELECT  :1ch CH SELECT 1ch, 2ch, 1ch+2ch CH selection for skin tone detail  CH1.A.PHASE:PUSH > 1SEC CH1 A.PHASE Set CH1 skin tone detail phase *1 - -...

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    Function menu 8.2.5 HIGH CHROMA sub menu (DETAIL MENU) Initial ■HIGH CHROMA:<   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description setting    R          :   0 Adjust detail level in high chrominance  G          :   0 -128 to +127 Red portion in the scene.  B          :   0 Adjust detail level in high chrominance -128 to +127  HIGH CHROMA:OFF...

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    Function menu 8.3 MAINTENANCE main menu Item Description ■MAINTENANCE MENU   AUTO SETUP Change screen to AUTO SETUP menu.  AUTO SETUP :> WHT SHADING Change screen to WHT SHADING menu.  WHT SHADING:> AUTO IRIS Change screen to AUTO IRIS menu.  AUTO IRIS  :>  SHUTTER    :> SHUTTER Change screen to SHUTTER menu.  SYSTEM     :>...

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    Function menu 8.3.2 WHT SHADING sub menu (MAINTENANCE MENU) Initial ■WHT SHADING:< Item Setting Description   setting  LENS.FILE  :LENS 1 LENS FILE LENS1 Load items in LENS1~LENS8 File LENS1~ LENS8  EXTENDER   :OFF(x1)  WHT SHADING:PUSH > 1SEC EXTENDER OFF, Display Lens extender position The extender is X1.  H SHADING   >  The lens cable is not connected.

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    Function menu 8.3.3 AUTO IRIS sub menu (MAINTENANCE MENU) Initial ■AUTO IRIS  :< Item Setting Description setting    AUTO IRIS  :REMOTE AUTO IRIS REMOTE, REMOTE Setting of Iris control mode. *1  IRIS CONT  :   0 AUTO  LENS.FILE  :LENS 1  IRIS SPEED :   0 IRIS CONT -128 to 127 Control of iris position. *2  OPEN LIMIT : 127...

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    Function menu 8.3.4 SHUTTER sub menu (MAINTENANCE MENU) Initial ■SHUTTER    :<   SCENE 0 Item Setting Description setting    SHUTTER    :OFF SHUTTER OFF, PRESET, VAR, AES  SHUTTER PRE:1/100 SHUTTER PRE 1/100(59.94i,59.94p,60i,60p) 59.94i,59.94p,  SHUTTER VAR:1/60.15 or 1/60(50i,50p), 60i,60p  ALC SETTING > 1/250,1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/100 1/4000, 1/10000, 50i,50p 1/60  INITIALIZE : SHUTTER VAR 59.94i,59.94p,60i,60p 59.94i,59.94p,...

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    Function menu 8.3.5 SYSTEM sub menu (MAINTENANCE MENU) Initial ■SYSTEM     :<     Item Setting Description setting    CAMERA ID  : 1 CAMERA ID 1 to 99 Setting of camera  FAN MODE   :AUTO number  GL H PHASE :-512  MON OUT    :MONITOR FAN MODE OFF,AUTO,LOW,HIGH AUTO Setting of FAN mode  TIME/DATE  :> GL H PHASE -512 ~...

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    Function menu 8.3.9 CHECK 1 sub menu (MAINTENANCE MENU) Initial ■CHECK     1:> Item Setting Description   setting  TEST       :OFF TEST OFF,ON TEST signal ON and OFF  GAMMA      :ON GAMMA OFF,ON GAMMA function ON and OFF  DETAIL     :ON  MASKING    :ON DETAIL OFF,ON DETAIL function ON and OFF  KNEE       :ON...

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    Function menu 8.4 FILE main menu Initial ■FILE MENU Item Setting Description   setting  SCENE FILE  > SCENE FILE Display SCENE FILE menu.  LENS  FILE  > LENS FILE Display LENS FILE menu. 8.4.1 SCNE FILE sub menu (FILE MENU) Initial ■SCENE FILE MENU Item Setting Description   setting  SCENE FILE :SCENE 0...

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    Function menu 8.4.2.2 WHT SHADING sub menu (FILE MENU) Initial ■WHT SHADING:< Item Setting Description   setting  LENS.FILE  :LENS 1 LENS FILE LENS1 Load items in LENS1~LENS8 File. LENS1~ LENS8  EXTENDER   :OFF(x1)  WHT SHADING:PUSH > 1SEC EXTENDER Display Lens extender position When the extender is X1.  H SHADING   >  The lens cable is not connected.

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    Function menu 8.4.2.3 REGI sub menu (FILE MENU) Initial ■REGI        < Item Setting Description   setting  R H REGI   :   0 R H REGI -24~+24 Adjust the horizontal phase of  B H REGI   :   0 Rch.   [G H REGI] : Ref  R V REGI   :   0 B H REGI -24~+24 Adjust the horizontal phase of B  B V REGI   :   0...

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    Function menu 8.5.2 VF MARKER sub menu (VF MENU) Initial ■VF MARKER  :< Item Setting Description setting    USER SEL   :USER 1 MARKER1/2 SEL, CROSS SET  MARKER1 SEL:> USER SEL USER1/ 2/3/4 USER1 BOX1/2 SET, OTHER SET  MARKER2 SEL:> These can do the memory.  CROSS SET  :>  BOX1 SET   :> MARKER1 SEL Change to MARKER1 menu.

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    Function menu 8.5.5 BOX1 SET/BOX2 SET sub menu (VF MENU) Initial ■BOX1 SET   :<USER 1 Item Setting Description   setting  H POSITION : 30 H POSITION 0 to 255 Adjust horizontal position.  V POSITION : 25 V POSITION 0 to 255 Adjust vertical position.  H SIZE     : 15  V SIZE     : 10 H SIZE 0 to 255 Adjust H.

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    Function menu 8.5.7 SIDE PANEL sub menu (VF MENU) Initial ■SIDE PANEL :< Item Setting Description   setting  SIDE PANEL :OFF SIDE PANEL OFF, Only when DISP SIZE is 16:9, it is effective.  CONTRAST   :1 4:3, 13:9,  BRIGHT     :1 14:9, 15:9     CONTRAST 1 to 5 Set side panel contrast BRIGHT 1 to 5...

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    Function menu 8.5.10 FOCUS IND sub menu (VF MENU) Initial ■FOCUS IND   :< Item Setting Description   setting  INDICATOR   :OFF INDICATOR ON,OFF Display the focus assist indicator in VF, ON   MARKER     :OFF and OFF.   PEAK HOLD  :OFF  MARKER ON,OFF Display the detect area marker for the focus assist in VF, ON and OFF.

  • Page 61: Specifications

    Specifications DK-H200 Model name DK-H200(59.94 Hz) , DK-H200E(50 Hz) 2/3-inch, MOS image sensor Image sensor Total pixels 2,270 (H) × 1,144(V) 2.6 million pixels Effective pixels 1,974 (H) × 1,100 (V) Signal format 1080p, 1080i, 720p Prism F1.4 1X motorized filter wheel w/ 4 filter positions...

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    Specifications Dimensions ・DK-H200 unit : mm...

  • Page 63: Service Information

    Service information Connector pin diagrams LENS connector Signal Signal AUX SW IRIS POSITION CALL TRG IRIS A/R EXETEND ENF AUTO ZOOM POS IRIS CONTROL F POS / L TX +12V L RX REMOTE1 connector Signal +12V output SD input SD output SD GND VF OUT connector Signal...

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    Service information The solution in the case of having changed into the output mode which the color monitor does not support. When it changes to the output mode which the connected color monitor does not support, an image does not appear. And the output mode change by a menu is difficult. Change of the output mode of a camera is in the state which stopped the camera power supply and pushed the rear button, and is possible by switching on a power supply.

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