a Shoulder strap fitting (see page 42).
b Accessory fitting shoe (see page 42).
c Viewfinder front-to-back positioning
d Viewfinder left-to-right positioning ring
(see page 30).
e Viewfinder fitting shoe
f VF (viewfinder) connector (26-pin,
g VF (viewfinder) connector (20-pin,
Connect the cable of the optional DXF-51 or
For connecting the DXF-51, optional parts are
required. Consult a Sony service representative for
information about connecting the DXF-51.
h Lens mount securing rubber
After locking the lens in position using the lens
locking lever, fit this rubber over the lower of the
two projections. This fixes the lens mount,
preventing it from coming loose.
Locations and Functions of Parts and Controls
i Viewfinder front-to-back positioning
knob (LOCK knob) (see page 30).
j Fitting for optional microphone holder
(see page 39).
k Shoulder pad
Raise the shoulder pad fixing lever to adjust the
position in the front-to-rear direction (see
l LIGHT (video light) connector (2-pin,
A video light with a maximum power
consumption of 50 W, such as the Anton Bauer
Ultralight 2 or equivalent can be connected (see
m Lens cable clamp
n MIC IN (microphone input) (+48 V)
connector (XLR type, 5-pin, female)
The power (+48 V) is supplied via this connector.
o LENS connector (12-pin)
When connecting or disconnecting the lens cable
to this connector, power off the camcorder first.
p Tripod mount
q Lens mount (special bayonet mount)
Consult a Sony service representative for
information about available lenses.
r Lens locking lever
After inserting the lens in the lens mount, rotate
the lens mount ring with this lever to lock the lens
After locking the lens, be sure to use the lens
mount securing rubber to prevent the lens from
s Lens mount cap
Remove by pushing up the lens locking lever.
When no lens is mounted, keep this cap fitted for
protection from dust.