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Video Display
Instruction Manual
• Before use, be sure to read this guide, including the
safety and handling precautions.
• Reading this guide will help you learn to use the video
display properly.
• Store this guide safely so that you can use it in the future.
English

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  • Page 1: Video Display

    Video Display Instruction Manual • Before use, be sure to read this guide, including the safety and handling precautions. • Reading this guide will help you learn to use the video display properly. English • Store this guide safely so that you can use it in the future.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Content Introduction ..........................4 About this manual ............................ 4 Trademarks .............................. 4 Safety Precautions ........................5 Handling Precautions ........................6 Features ............................8 Supplied Accessories ......................... 10 Nomenclature ..........................11 Main Unit ..............................11 Display Controller ........................... 13 Installation/Connection ......................15 How to Carry the Main Unit ........................15 Preventing from Tipping ......................... 15 Connecting the Main Unit to Input Devices .....................

  • Page 3

    OSD Menu ..........................32 OSD Menu Index ............................ 32 Adjustment ............................. 36 Channel Settings ............................ 40 Display Settings ............................42 Marker Settings ............................44 Function Settings ........................... 48 System Settings ............................. 50 Signal Information ........................... 53 System Information ..........................53 Main specifications/Performance ....................54 Main Unit ..............................54 Display Controller ...........................

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Video Display DP-V3010. The On Screen Display (thereafter referred to OSD) default language setting is English. To change the OSD menu language setting, please refer to p. 50. About this manual Some of the illustration used in the manual have been simplified for clarity. Conventions used in this manual : Indicates a reference page. Note: Indicates a note. Reference: Indicates reference information. CAUTION: Indicates an item you must observe. Trademarks • DisplayPort and VESA are registered trademarks or trademarks of Video Electronics Standards Association in the U.S and other countries. • Adobe and Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other countries. • Other product and company names herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Introduction...

  • Page 5: Safety Precautions

    For the customers in the U.S.A. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment 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. Do not make any changes or modifications to the equipment unless otherwise specified in the manual. If such changes or modifications should be made, you could be required to stop operation of the equipment. Use of shielded cable is required to comply with class A limits in Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Canon U.S.A Inc. One Canon Park, Melville, NY 11747, U.S.A. Tel No. (631)330-5000 For the customers in Canada CAN ICES-3 (A) / NMB-3 (A) For the customers in Europe This product may cause interference if used in residential areas. Such use must be avoided unless the user takes special measures to reduce electromagnetic emissions to prevent interference to the reception of radio and television broadcasts. CANON INC. 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo 146-8501, Japan CANON EUROPA N.V. Bovenkerkerweg 59, 1185 XB Amstelveen, The Netherlands Only for European Union and EEA (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) This symbol indicates that this product is not to be disposed of with your household waste, according to the WEEE Directive (2012/19/EU) and national legislation. This product should...

  • Page 6: Handling Precautions

    Handling Precautions Places to avoid using the video display Do not use the video display in the following places or conditions. • Places with excessive dust or humidity • Places that will expose the video display to direct sunlight, smoke (such as from a kerosene heater or other such source) or steam • Near heat sources, humidifiers or flammable gas • Near a window during rain or snow • Near water or other places that could cause moisture to form on the video display Screen Handling • The screen may be damaged if it is left facing strong source of light. Please take precautions when placing it near a window. • Do not press firmly on the screen, scratch it or place an object on the screen. It can cause non-uniformity or damage to the panel. • The screen and cabinet may become warm during use. Note this does not constitute a malfunction. About Backlight The backlight has a limited service life so its brightness may degrade and color may change due to aging. About Temporary Screen burn-in If a stationary image is displayed for a prolonged period, screen burn-in may occur where you see remnants of what was displayed. This is a characteristic of LCD and is not a failure. However, this is only temporary and will disappear when playing video.

  • Page 7

    Cleaning • Before cleaning, please unplug the power plug from the wall outlet. • The screen has a special surface treatment, avoid touching it directly with your hand. In addition, never affix adhesive objects such as seals. • Never use alcohol or benzene, thinner, acidic cleaning solution, alkaline cleaning solution, abrasive or chemical wipes because these will damage the screen. • If the screen is dirty, wipe gently with soft dry cloth such as cleaning cloth or eye glasses cleaning cloth. Wiping the screen too hard may cause unevenness on the screen or damage the LCD panel. The screen may be scratched if wiped too hard with a cleaning cloth with foreign particles attached. • When the screen is extremely dirty, wipe with soft cloth such as cleaning cloth or eye glasses cleaning cloth moistened with water-diluted neutral detergent. • Use a blower to remove dust from the surface of the screen. • Since the part of the cabinet surrounding the screen has a special surface treatment, wiping off the area may fade its surface color. • Wipe dirt on cabinet with a soft cloth. If the screen is very dirty, use a moistened cloth with water or mild detergent diluted with water. Do not use alcohol, benzene, paint thinner, or pesticides as they may damage the surface finish or erase characters on the cabinet. Disposing • Do not dispose together with normal waste. Do not include the video display in waste that will be taken to landfill. • Observe the rules and regulations of your local authorities when disposing. Handling Precautions...

  • Page 8: Features

    Features DP-V3010 video display is packed with the essence of Canon's image-making know-how such as high-definition IPS LCD panel, display engine and backlight technology. It provides optimal performance and functions in the field of video production such as color grading and VFX (Visual Effects). Faithful Color Reproduction The display features a Canon-designed RGB LED backlight system and IPS LCD panel which reproduce a rich array of colors. Besides the DCI (Digital Cinema Initiatives) color gamut, it is also ideally suited to displaying the color gamuts of a multiple number of other broadcast standards, namely, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, EBU, SMPTE-C and Adobe RGB. High-Resolution/High Definition 4K content is displayed dot-by-dot with 10.5 megapixels resolution (4096x2560) and 157.5 μm pixel pitch. High Contrast DCI-P3 standard contrast ratio of 2000:1 or greater is achieved by adopting image processing technology implemented through the use of high contrast panel and Canon's proprietary algorithm. Aspect Ratio Suitable for Video Production (16:10) The aspect ratio enables dot-by-dot display of digital cinema (1.896:1) or HDTV broadcast (16:9) contents for color grading work, as well as display standard PC signal (16:10) in full, which is ideal for VFX work. 2K/Full-HD High Definition View Canon's proprietary algorithm reduces jagged lines and produces smooth display when expanding 2K/Full-HD content. Specialized Performance and Functions for Video Production Display • Interconnectivity with CINEMA EOS SYSTEM...

  • Page 9

    • Calibration without a PC Calibration can be performed easily without the use of dedicated application. Calibration enables brightness and color to maintain factory default settings. You can also adjust the video display condition to match your requirements, purpose, and the ambient light. • Operability All settings are possible with display controller operation. Minimum necessary operations are also possible from the main unit, providing means of operation depending on the use cases. In addition, the OSD menu provides instant view of configurations. Essential Functions as a Video Production Display • Multiple Display Functions Provides display functions such as markers, time code, and test patterns which are required for visual confirmation. • Supports Interface for Video Production Equipped with 3G/HD-SDI terminal that is standard in the broadcast industry and DisplayPort terminal used in PC with high resolution. • Multiple Format Support Supports 1280x720 / 24.00P, 25.00P, 30.00P, 50.00P, 60.00P to 4096x2160 / 24.00P, 25.00P, 30.00P, 48.00P, 50.00P, 60.00P, 50.00i, 60.00i SDI and 640x480 to 4096x2560 DisplayPort signals to enable viewing of a variety of signal. • Equipment Design Enabling Effective Use of Space The space-saving installation against a wall is possible thanks to the proprietary heat dissipation. Features...

  • Page 10: Supplied Accessories

    Supplied Accessories The following items are supplied with this product. Please check before using. AC Power Cord VT-20 Display Controller CL-01 LAN Cable LN-30 (3 m) Compact Power Adapter Rack Mount Bracket RB-01 Rack Mount Bracket Screw SW-02 CA-PS700 and AC cable (M3 x 6 mm x 4) Hex Key HK-01 Tip Prevention Fitting TP-01 (Allen wrench 3 mm) (M6 x 10 mm x 2) Instruction Manual Disc* DP-V3010 Instruction Manual (this document) * I nstruction Manual Disc This disc contains the Japanese, English, French, German, and Simplified Chinese instruction manuals in PDF format. Adobe Reader 11.0 or above must be installed on your computer to view the instruction manuals in PDF format. Supplied Accessories...

  • Page 11: Nomenclature

    Nomenclature Main Unit ■ Front F1 to F4 button Executes the defined function. The following functions have been assigned at the factory. These functions can be changed if necessary. F1: Channel UP F2: Channel DOWN F3: Time Code (On/Off) F4: Aspect Marker (On/Off) button (Power button) Turns power On/Off. Power indicator Displays the status of the main unit. The brightness of the power indicator can also be set from "1 (dark) to 5 (brightest)". Even when the power indicator is "Off", it will flash during firmware upgrade, network settings reset, or when an error is detected. Off: main power supply off Green lit: main power supply/Power on Green flash: during calibration, firmware upgrade, or network settings reset in progress Amber lit: standby (Main power supply on and power supply off) Amber flash: when error is detected ■ Rear Main power supply Turns main power supply On/Off. switch Handle Use for carrying the main unit. – AC power input terminal Connects to AC power supply cord. Nomenclature...

  • Page 12

    ■ Interface Left side Right side LAN (10/100 Connects to display 7A a 3G/HD-SDI input Two input systems BASE) terminal controller. terminal 1 corresponding to input 1. The main unit connects 8A s 3G/HD-SDI Monitor output 1 to 1 with the display output terminal 1 corresponding to 7A a controller. It can also be 9A d 3G/HD-SDI input Two input systems connected via a hub. terminal 2 corresponding to input 2. USB port Used to connect external A q A f 3G/HD-SDI Monitor output sensor for calibration output terminal 2...

  • Page 13: Display Controller

    Display Controller ■ Front 1 F1-F10 buttons Executes the assigned function. 2 RGB select button (when using CDL) Selects and adjusts RGB during CDL adjustment. 3 SHARPNESS knob (normal use) Adjusts the sharpness of the Provides the same control as the Image. buttons in the OSD menu. POWER knob (when using CDL) Adjusts the power of the image. 4 CHROMA knob (normal use) Adjust the color saturation of the Provides the same control as the image. buttons in the OSD menu. SATURATION knob (when using CDL) Adjusts the SATURATION of the image. 5 BRIGHTNESS knob (normal use) Adjusts the black level of the image. OFFSET knob (when using CDL) Adjusts the OFFSET of the image. 6 CONTRAST knob (normal use) Adjusts the white level of the image. SLOPE knob (when using CDL) Adjusts the SLOPE of the image. 7 CDL select switch Switches between normal and CDL mode. 8 RESET button Returns adjustments 3 to 6 to default value. When adjusting the values using the slider in the OSD menu, press the RESET button above...

  • Page 14

    ■ Rear (lid opened) A f LAN terminal Connects the main unit to the display controller using a LAN cable. A g DC IN terminal Connects to compact power adapter CA-PS700. Nomenclature...

  • Page 15: Installation/connection

    Installation/Connection How to Carry the Main Unit CAUTION • When unpacking or carrying this main unit, please note that at least two people are required. • Please carry the main unit as illustrated in the figure below. Please take particular care as the main unit may tilt and cause injury or get damaged, when carried. Handle Preventing from Tipping The supplied tip prevention fitting TP-01 can be used to significantly reduce the risk of the main unit tipping or falling. Make sure to complete the power and input device connections beforehand. 1. Remove two top screws at the rear of the main unit using the supplied hex key HK-01. Do not lose the removed screw. Do not use these screws for other purposes. 2. Insert the tip prevention fitting TP-01 into the two top screw holes and secure. Screws 3.

  • Page 16: Connecting The Main Unit To Input Devices

    Connecting the Main Unit to Input Devices This main unit has four inputs which correspond to a display area. The display area icons located in the input terminal area shows where the input video is displayed on the screen. Please ensure these are connected correctly as indicated by the icons. In addition, SDI has two I/O systems. Please ensure these are connected correctly according to the input number. CAUTION • Check that the main power of the main unit and input devices is switched off before connecting. • For safety, do not connect connector that may have excessive voltage to the terminal of this main unit when connecting peripheral devices. 3G/HD-SDI DisplayPort Display area icon Display area icon Actual screen display location Input Input number number ■ 4K or QFHD signals input through SDI Displays using 4 inputs. 3G/HD-SDI Dual Link HD-SDI 3G/HD-SDI supports two input systems. Input Link A signal to input 1, Link B signal to input 2.

  • Page 17

    ■ 2K or Full-HD signals input through SDI Displays using 1 input. To center the displayed content, select "Channel Settings"→"Select Input Signal"→"Single Input" and select the area to display from A to D ( 40). 3G/HD-SDI Dual Link HD-SDI 3G/HD-SDI supports two input systems. Input Link A signal to input 1, Link B signal to input 2. Input 3G/HD-SDI 1 to input 1. Input 3G/HD-SDI 2 to input 2 ("Input Configuration" 40). Area A (3G/HD-SDI 1) Area A Area A (3G/HD-SDI 2) Reference • The connection is checked using Canare Corp. BNC cable (multi) 4VS03A-5C. Installation/Connection...

  • Page 18

    ■ 4K or QFHD signals input through DisplayPort Displays using 4 inputs. Area B Area A Area D Area C ■ 2K or Full-HD signals input through DisplayPort Displays using 1 input. To center the displayed content, select "Channel Settings"→"Select Input Signal"→"Single Input" and select the area to display from A to D ( 40). Area A When connecting with the DisplayPort cable, use the cable with the following wiring specifications. DisplayPort male DisplayPort male DisplayPort male DisplayPort male 1 ––––––––––––––––––– 12 11 ––––––––––––––––––– 2 2 ––––––––––––––––––– 11 12 ––––––––––––––––––– 1 3 ––––––––––––––––––– 10 13 ––––––––––––––––––– 13 4 –––––––––––––––––––...

  • Page 19: Connecting The Main Unit To The Display Controller

    Connecting the Main Unit to the Display Controller This section describes how to connect the main unit to the display controller. CAUTION • When using a commercially available LAN cable, please use a shielded type cable no longer than 3 m in order to prevent malfunction due to noise. 1. Open the lid on the back of the display controller. While holding the display controller with one hand, place your finger in the cutout portion of the lid and pull forward. Cutout 2. Connect the supplied LAN cable LN-30 and the compact power adapter CA-PS700. Insert the connector of the LAN cable LN-30 and plug of the compact power adapter CA-PS700 as shown in the figure below. Use the cutout section to pass the cables, as illustrated.

  • Page 20: Installing The Display Controller On The Rack

    Installing the Display Controller on the Rack The display controller can be installed on an EIA standard compliant 19-inch rack. CAUTION • Make sure that the display controller does not fall during installation/removal. 1. Place the display controller on the rack mount bracket RB-01 as shown in the figure and match the screw holes. Make sure the cable does not get caught in the rack mount bracket during installing. Display Controller (Back side) Rack Mount Bracket RB-01 (Back side) Rack Mount Bracket Screw SW-02 Rack Mount Bracket Screw SW-02 2.

  • Page 21: Mounting The Main Unit On A Stand Or Wall

    Mounting the Main Unit on a Stand or Wall This main unit can be fitted to a stand* or to a wall mount bracket*. Screws compatible with this main unit are M6 x 10 mm (VESA Standard 200 x 200 mm). * Commercially available. CAUTION • Make sure to perform this step, with at least two people. • When mounting the main unit on a wall, make sure the wall has sufficient strength. If necessary, apply reinforcement. Also, make sure to check the load capacity of the stand or wall mount bracket. • Make sure that the main unit does not fall during installation/removal. 1. Remove four screws at the rear of the main unit using the supplied hex key HK-01. Do not lose the removed screw. Do not use these screws for other purposes. Screws 2. Mount the main unit on a stand or wall mount bracket. Installation/Connection...

  • Page 22: Turning On The Power

    Turning on the Power This section describes how to turn on the power of the main unit. Turning on the Power of the Main Unit 1. Plug the AC power cord VT-20 to the power supply input terminal at the rear of the main unit. 2. Turn on the main power supply switch ( I ) at the back. The main unit goes into standby and the power indicator flashes amber.

  • Page 23: Pairing

    Pairing This section describes how to pair the main unit with the display controller for the first time after purchase and how to pair these devices again. Pairing the Main Unit with the Display Controller The main unit and display controller is connected 1 to 1 and an operation to recognize each other (pairing) is necessary. Perform this operation after installing the main unit and display controller. 1. Connect the main unit to the display controller ( 19). 2. Turn on the power of the main unit ("Turning on the Power of the Main Unit" ( 22)).

  • Page 24: Operating The Display Controller

    Operating the Display Controller The display controller allows you to easily adjust the input signal settings and image quality. In addition, you can assign the frequently used functions to dedicated buttons. Adjusting the Image Quality 1. Adjust the image quality by rotating each knob. Use the slider that appears at the bottom of the screen as guide. • SHARPNESS Adjusts the sharpness of the image. • CHROMA Adjusts the color saturation of the image. • BRIGHTNESS Adjusts the black level of the image. • CONTRAST Adjusts the white level of the image. Adjusting the Image Quality on ASC CDL 1. Switch the CDL select switch to CDL. 2.

  • Page 25: Temporarily Saving Parameters (anchor Point Setting)

    Temporarily Saving Parameters (Anchor Point Setting) Temporarily saves parameters while adjusting SHARPNESS, CHROMA, BRIGHTNESS, and CONTRAST allows you to bring those parameters back. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu ( 27). 2. Select "Adjustment" with the buttons and press the SET button. The selection frame moves to sub menu. 3. Select " Anchor Adjustment" with the buttons and press the SET button. When the confirmation screen appears, select "OK". The parameter is saved and sets anchor point.

  • Page 26: Using The Channel (ch) Button

    Using the Channel (CH) Button You can assign channels (various settings related to input signal) to the CH buttons on the display controller and switch channels instantly. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "System Settings"→"Display Controller Channel" and press the SET button. A new window opens and displays button names CH1 to CH4. 3. Select a button name with the buttons and press the SET button. The selection frame moves to next OSD menu level.

  • Page 27: Using The Osd Menu

    Using the OSD Menu You can access the OSD menu from the display controller. Basic Operation Top Screen 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 第 2 階層 Main Menu Sub Menu Setting Options 第 1 階層 第 3 階層 2. Select an item with the buttons and press the SET button.

  • Page 28: Adjusting Image Quality While Viewing The Entire Image

    Adjusting Image Quality While Viewing the Entire Image You can adjust the OSD menu to display as a slider at the bottom of the screen. This allows for the image quality to be adjusted whilst it is displayed on the screen. The following items can be adjusted: • Contrast • Brightness • Chroma • Sharpness • Color Temperature (x, y) 1. Press the SET button when the selection frame is on setting options. A slider appears at the bottom of the screen. 2. Use the slider as guide and adjust with buttons.

  • Page 29: Export/import

    1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "Adjustment"→"LUT Import". 3. Select the file type of the LUT. Select the file type of the LUT by using "Gamma" or "Color Gamut". 4. Select a file. In the "File Name" field, search and display a file with extension ".clut" in the root folder. 5. Select the standard color gamut. Select the color gamut used when creating the LUT (when "Color Gamut" under "LUT Type" is selected). 6. Select "Execute". When the confirmation screen appears, select "OK". Import starts. Note • The LUT file is proprietary to Canon Video Display. Refer to the Canon website for the file format and how to create. • Up to 1000 LUT import files are recognized. Using the OSD Menu...

  • Page 30

    - Picture Mode: ITU-R BT.2020, ACESproxy - Color Temperature: D60, Gain R/G/B, Bias R/G/B - Gamma: Canon Log to DCI 1.2 - Color Gamut: ITU-R BT.2020, Cinema Gamut to 709, Cinema Gamut to DCI, DCI-P3+ to 709, DCI-P3+ to DCI •...

  • Page 31: Set Date/time

    Set Date/Time ( This section describes how to set the Date/Time. The Date/Time of this video display will be reset if the main power is turned off for about 20 days. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "System Settings"→"Date/Time". A screen to input the Date/Time appears. 3. Press the buttons to move the selection frame. Use the buttons to change the numeric value. Repeat until you complete setting the year, month, date, hour, and minute. 4. Press the SET button when you are finished. The selection frame moves to "OK".

  • Page 32: Osd Menu

    OSD Menu OSD Menu Index Adjustment ( Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Chroma Sharpness Backlight Control Color Temperature Gamma Color Gamut Calibration Luminance Color Temperature Gamma Color Gamut Start LUT Import Anchor Adjustment Reset Channel Settings ( Select Channel Input Configuration Select Input Signal Format Color Range Internal Sync Picture Mode Channel Name Display Settings ( Screen Scaling Scaling Method I/PsF I/P Conversion Film Cadence OSD Menu...

  • Page 33

    Marker Settings ( Marker Preset Aspect Marker Enable Mask Aspect Ratio Line Line Width Line Color Line Brightness H Position V Position Safety Zone Marker 1, 2 Enable Aspect Ratio Area Size Rate (%) Width (dot) Height (dot) Shape Line Width Line Color Line Brightness H Position V Position Center Marker Enable Size Line Width Line Color Line Brightness Grid Marker Enable Distance Line Width Line Color Line Brightness OSD Menu...

  • Page 34

    Function Settings ( Various Function Peaking Enable (Peaking 1/Peaking 2/Off) Monochrome Frequency Range Color Time Code Enable Type Size Test Pattern Settings Export/Import Export Import System Settings ( Network Language Display Function Display Controller Function Display Controller Channel Display Name Date/Time Power Indicator Brightness Protect Settings Knob Lock Reset All Settings OSD Menu...

  • Page 35

    Signal Information ( Channel Input Configuration Select Input Signal Format Resolution Picture Rate, I/P/PsF SDI Payload ID Video Standard Sampling Structure Bit Depth Picture Rate Scanning Method Link Number Horizontal Frequency Vertical Frequency Pixel Encoding Color Depth Matrix Gamma RGB Range System Information ( Display Model Name Display Serial No. Display Firmware Ver. Display Usage Time Display IP Address Display Subnet Mask Display MAC Address Display Controller Model Name Display Controller Serial No. Display Controller Firmware Ver. Display Controller IP Address Display Controller Subnet Mask Display Controller MAC Address OSD Menu...

  • Page 36: Adjustment

    Adjustment This menu is used to adjust the image quality and perform calibration without a PC. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Picture Mode Select a preset mode. See 39 for each setting. SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3: Mode set to the brightness, color temperature, gamma, and color gamut of the three primary colors chromaticity points of each standard. User 1-7: Custom modes. Set each item of "Adjustment". Canon Log: Canon Log is ideal when viewing image captured with CINEMA EOS SYSTEM camera/ video camera. Performs linear conversion and displays Canon Log video without having to import Viewing LUT. ACESproxy: A mode to display ACESproxy (ACES System Ver. 0.7) videos recorded by the EOS C500/C500 PL of the CINEMA EOS SYSTEM in optimum gamma and color gamut. Contrast Adjusts the white level of the image. (Increments of 1) 0 to 2000 Brightness Adjusts the black level of the image. (Increments of 1) -500 to 500 Chroma Adjusts the color saturation of the image (color depth). (Increments of 1) 0 to 2000 Sharpness Adjusts the sharpness of the image. (Increments of 1) 0 to 100 Backlight Switches the backlight control method.

  • Page 37

    Gamma Sets the Gamma. 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, Canon Log to WideDR 1.1, Canon Log to DCI 1.2: Select a preset gamma. "Canon Log to WideDR 1.1" supports "LUT (Look-up Table) for Canon Log Gamma and Canon Log ** to WideDR ** LUT Version 1.1"*.

  • Page 38

    D93, D65, D61, D60, D56, D50, DCI-P3: Select from preset color temperatures. Temperature Custom: If you make adjustments by "x, y", the "Custom" mode automatically starts. x, y: You can adjust CIE x, y in increments of 0.001. x: 0.260 to 0.360 (in 0.001 increments) y: 0.260 to 0.360 (in 0.001 increments) Gamma Sets the target gamma. 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, Canon Log to WideDR 1.1 Color Gamut Sets the target color gamut. SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3, Native Start Performs calibration. LUT Import LUT can be imported when "User 1-7" or "Canon Log" is selected for "Picture Mode".

  • Page 39

    1023 1023 1023 Bias R/G/B Gamma 2.35 Color Gamut SMPTE-C ITU-R BT.709 ITU-R BT.2020 Adobe RGB – – – – – User Item DCI-P3 Canon Log ACESproxy Contrast 1000 Brightness Chroma 1000 1000 1000 1000 Sharpness Local Dimming Middle Middle Middle Middle Color Preset DCI-P3 DCI-P3 Temperature 0.314...

  • Page 40: Channel Settings

    Channel Settings This menu is used for input related settings. Select the "Select Channel" and choose a channel number from CH1 to CH30. Finally define the parameter of each of the "Channel Settings". Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Select Channel Display the channel number. In addition, you can assign each content of "Channel Settings" to each channel ( 41). CH1 to CH30 Note • It may take 10 seconds when switching channels. Input Configuration Select the input. Factory default depend on the channel ( 41). 3G/HD-SDI 1, 3G/HD-SDI 2, Dual Link HD-SDI, 3G-SDI 1, 3G-SDI 2, HD-SDI 1, HD-SDI-2, DisplayPort, — (Not set) Select Input Signal Sets the signal display method ( 16).

  • Page 41

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Color Range Sets the quantization range. • SDI Signal Full: Sets to Black level: 0; White level: 1023 (10-bit)/4095 (12-bit). Limit Range 1: Limits the black and white range. Black level: 64 (10-bit)/256 (12-bit) White Level: 940 (10-bit)/3760 (12-bit) Limit Range 2: Limits black range. Black level: 64 (10-bit)/256 (12-bit) White Level: 1023 (10-bit)/4095 (12-bit) • DisplayPort Signal Automatic: Automatically switches the quantization range. Full: Sets to Black level: 0; White level: 1023 (10-bit)/4095 (12-bit). Limit Range 1: Limits the black and white range. Black level: 64 (10-bit)/256 (12-bit) White Level: 940 (10-bit)/3760 (12-bit) Internal Sync Synchronizes four inputs for "4K Input". On: Force synchronization. Off: Do not force synchronization. Picture Mode Sets the "Picture Mode". Channel Name Sets the name of the selected channel. You can input up to 16 alphanumeric characters.

  • Page 42: Display Settings

    Display Settings This menu is used to configure the display method. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Screen Scaling Defines how the video is scaled and displayed on the screen ( 74 – 76). Native Input Resolution: Displays the input signal without scaling. 1920x1080 (original) 200%: Doubles the vertical and horizontal dimensions. 1920x1080→3840x2160 Automatic: Enlarges to full screen. 1920x1080→4096x2304 Note • When "H Delay"/"V Delay" is "On", "Screen Scaling" is fixed to "Native Input Resolution". OSD Menu...

  • Page 43

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Scaling Method Sets the interpolation method when "Screen Scaling" is set to "200%" or "Automatic". Shape Trace: Canon original processing that produces smooth slopes with reduced jagged lines. Bicubic: General interpolation process that uses neighboring pixel information to create interpolated pixels. Nearest Neighbor: Process that uses nearest neighbor pixel information to create (copy) new pixels. This is useful as it enlarges the original pixels, thus making any jagged lines visible. Note • When "H Delay"/"V Delay" is "On", "Scaling Method" is not performed. I/PsF Defines how the interlace signal or PsF signal is displayed. Automatic: Automatically determined based on payload and displayed. If there is no payload, the signal is displayed as an interlace signal. Interlace: Displayed as an interlace signal. PsF: Displayed as a PsF signal. I/P Conversion Sets the interlaced signal I/P conversion method. Image Priority: This mode gives priority to image quality. Processing time will be longer than "Speed Priority". Speed Priority: This mode gives priority to speed. Defines how the PsF signal is displayed. Progressive: Interpolates giving preference to image quality by detecting paired fields. Interlace: Interpolates using two adjacent fields giving priority to speed. Note • When "PsF" is set to "Interlaced", "I/P Conversion" is fixed to "Image Priority". Film Cadence Sets the film cadence mode ( 77).

  • Page 44: Marker Settings

    Marker Settings This menu is used to configure various markers. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Marker Preset Customizes markers which are assigned to markers 1 to 5. Marker 1 to 5 Aspect Marker An aspect marker displays a range in accordance with the specified aspect ratio. Note Aspect marker is not displayed in the following cases: • When there is no signal, unsupported signal, or a channel with "Input Configuration" not set is selected • When "H Delay"/"V Delay" is "On" • When a "Test Pattern" is displayed • When "Peaking 1" or "Peaking 2" is selected Enable Switches the aspect marker On, Off. On, Off Mask Switches the mask color. Mask is the blanking area outside the range of the marker. Black: Half (50% gray): Off: Turns mask off. Aspect Ratio Sets the aspect ratio of the aspect marker. 16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3, 2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.896:1, 1.85:1, 1.66:1, Variable The aspect ratio can be entered as a numeric value when you select "Variable" (0.01:1 increments). The grayed out slider becomes active and can be used to set the aspect ratio.

  • Page 45

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Line Color Sets the color of the aspect marker line. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta Line Sets the brightness of the aspect marker line. Brightness High, Low H Position Changes horizontal position without changing the aspect. -65 to 65 (0) V Position Changes vertical position without changing the aspect. -35 to 35 (0) Safety Zone Marker 1, 2 There are two types of safety zone marker: 1 and 2, which share the same settings. A safety zone marker is used to set the safe zone of the image (actual displayed area) to check the image. Note Safety zone marker is not displayed in the following cases: • When there is no signal, unsupported signal, or a channel with "Input Configuration" not set is selected • When "H Delay"/"V Delay" is "On" • When a "Test Pattern" is displayed • When "Peaking 1" or "Peaking 2" is selected Enable Switches the safety zone marker On, Off.

  • Page 46

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Shape Sets the area shape of the safety zone marker. Box: Bracket: Enclosure: Line Width Sets the width of the safety zone marker line. Thick, Normal, Thin Line Color Sets the color of the safety zone marker line. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta Line Sets the brightness of the safety zone marker line. Brightness High, Low H Position Adjusts the marker horizontal position with the set aspect and size. -65 to 65 (0) V Position Adjusts the marker vertical position with the set aspect and size. -35 to 35 (0) OSD Menu...

  • Page 47

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Center Marker The center marker shows the center of the image. Note • "Center Marker" cannot be displayed when "Peaking 1" or "Peaking 2" is selected. Enable Switches the center marker On, Off. On, Off Size Sets the size of the center marker. Large, Small Line Width Sets the width of the center marker line. Thick, Normal, Thin Line Color Sets the color of the center marker line. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta Line Sets the brightness of the center marker line. High, Low Brightness Grid Marker Grid markers are markers used to check the horizontal and vertical position.

  • Page 48: Function Settings

    Function Settings This menu is used to display, define and apply various functions. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Various Function Displays the function list to execute functions. Monochrome, Blue Only, Red Off, Green Off, Blue Off, H Delay, V Delay, Backlight Scan, Show OSD* , Banner* , Function Guide* , OSD Position* , CDL Override* Show OSD On: D isplays all OSD.

  • Page 49

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Time Code Display the time code superimposed on the SDI signal. Note • When "Test Pattern" is "On", "Time Code" is not performed. Enable Switches the time code display On, Off. On, Off Type Selects the type. VITC, LTC Size Selects the size. Large, Small Test Pattern Sets the test pattern built into the main unit. White, Gray (20%), Black, Ramp, 5 Step, Color Bars, PLUGE, Off Note • If the power is turned off once and then back on, the test pattern will not be displayed. • The test pattern will be erased in the following cases: - When calibration has been started - When the channel is changed using the CH button, F button assigned for Channel UP/...

  • Page 50: System Settings

    System Settings This menu is used to set the settings related to the main unit and display controller system. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Network Sets the main unit and display controller network settings. Configure an IP Automatic: Configures an IP address automatically with DHCP/Automatic IP. Manual: Configure an IP address and subnet mask manually. Address Display 192.168.0.1 Display 192.168.0.10 Controller Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Language Sets the language of the OSD menu and messages. English, Display Function Sets the function to assign to the F buttons of the main unit. Select an F button and assign a function from the following list. The factory defaults for the main unit F buttons is as follow: F1 : Channel UP F2 : Channel DOWN F3 : Time Code (On, Off) F4 : Aspect Marker (On, Off) The following functions can also be assigned: Monochrome/Blue Only/Red Off/Green Off/Blue Off (On, Off) Backlight Control(Local Dimming (High, Middle, Low), Global Dimming, Off)

  • Page 51

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Display Controller Function Sets the function to assign to the F button on the display controller. Select an F button and assign a function from the following list. The factory defaults for the display controller F buttons is as follow: F1 : H Delay (On, Off) F2 : V Delay (On, Off) F3 : Monochrome (On, Off) F4 : Blue Only (On, Off) F5 : Red Off (On, Off) F6 : Green Off (On, Off) F7 : Blue Off (On, Off) F8 : Screen Scaling (Native Input Resolution, 200%, Automatic) F9 : Backlight Scan (On, Off) F10 : Knob Lock (On, Off) The following functions can also be assigned:...

  • Page 52

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Knob Lock Locks the SHARPNESS, CHROMA, BRIGHTNESS, and CONTRAST knobs and RESET buttons on the display controller when the OSD menu is closed (also applied when CDL is selected). Also set using the F10 button on the display controller ( 51). On, Off Reset All Settings Returns all settings to factory default. When selected, the message "Reset all settings to factory defaults?" appears. OK: Performs reset. Cancel: Returns to the previous screen without resetting. OSD Menu...

  • Page 53: Signal Information

    Matrix Gamma sRGB Bit Depth 10-bit RGB Range Full Picture Rate 24.00 Scanning Method Progressive/Progressive (Transport/Picture) Link Number Single/Link_1 * When a content is grayed out, an asterisk "*" may be displayed indicating low "Picture Rate" accuracy such as "24.00P *". System Information Shows the video display status and network information. Item Display Example Display DP-V3010 Serial No. 000000000000 Firmware Ver. 010.0060.0110 Usage Time* IP Address 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 MAC Address FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF Display Controller CL-01 Serial No. 00000000 Firmware Ver. 4.0.0 IP Address 192.168.0.10...

  • Page 54: Main Specifications/performance

    Main specifications/Performance Main Unit Panel Panel Type IPS LCD panel Screen Size 30 inch (76.1 cm) Aspect Ratio 16:10 Resolution 4096x2560 (10.5 megapixels) Active Display Area Approximately 645.1 x 403.2 mm Pixel Pitch 157.5 μm Panel Driver 1024 gradations, 10-bit for each RGB color Image quality Brightness (Standard) 48 cd/m (DCI-P3), 100 cd/m View Angle (Up, Down, Left, Right) 89° (contrast ratio 10 : 1 or higher) Surface Treatment Low-Reflection Glare General Backlight Type RGB LED, direct down type Power Rated Voltage: 100 – 240 V AC Rated Frequency: 50/60 Hz Power consumption At maximum load (including change in brightness through aging): Approximately 370 W At factory shipment: Approximately 130 W Environmental Operating Temperature and humidity: 5 – 35 °C (41 – 95 °F), 20 – 80 %RH (no condensation) Conditions recommended: 15 – 30 °C (59 – 86 °F) Pressure: 700 – 1060 hPa...

  • Page 55: Display Controller

    Interface Control USB A receptacle port Universal Serial bus specification revision 2.0 compliant LS (Low Speed)/FS (Full Speed)/HS (High Speed) mode compatible Enhanced host controller interface specification revision 1.0 compliant 1 RJ-45 terminal IEEE802.3 10BASE-TX / IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TX compliant Display Controller General Power Rated Voltage: 100 – 240 V AC Rated Frequency: 50/60 Hz Power consumption At maximum load: Approximately 2 W At factory shipment: Approximately 2 W Environmental Operating Temperature and humidity: 5 – 35 °C (41 – 95 °F), 20 – 80 %RH (no condensation) Conditions Storage/Transporting Temperature and humidity: - 20 – 40 ˚C (-4 – 104 °F), 10 – 85 %RH (no condensation) 41 – 60 ˚C (105 – 140 °F), 10 – 40 %RH (no condensation) Dimensions (width x height x depth) Approximately 419 x 56 x 88 mm (16.5 x 2.2 x 3.5 in.) Weight Approximately 460 g (16.2 oz) Mounting Hole Pitch EIA2U standard 76.2 x 465.9 mm (3.0 x 18.3 in.) Interface Control 1 RJ-45 terminal Main specifications/Performance...

  • Page 56: Dimensions

    Dimensions ■ Main Unit 189 (7.4) 708 (27.9) 30 (1.2) 30 (1.2) 80 (3.1) (18.3) (13.3) 350 (13.8) 4-M6 200 (7.9) (18.7) (7.9) * Without protruding parts (3.0) Unit: mm (inch) ■ Display Controller 56 (2.2) 419 (16.5) (1.5) (3.5) Unit: mm (inch) ■ Other accessories (Rack Mount Bracket RB-01) 483 (19.0) 465.9 (18.3) 10.3 (0.4)

  • Page 57: Appendix

    Appendix Supported Signal Format ■ SDI Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards HD-SDI x 1 1280x720P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 292-1 SMPTE 296 1280x720P 50.00 Hz 1280x720P 29.97/30.00 Hz 1280x720P 25.00 Hz 1280x720P 23.98/24.00 Hz 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz SMPTE 292-1 SMPTE 274M 1920x1080i 50.00 Hz 1920x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 1920x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 1920x1080P 25.00 Hz 1920x1080PsF 25.00 Hz 1920x1080P 23.98/24.00 Hz 1920x1080PsF 23.98/24.00 Hz 2048x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 2048x1080i 50.00 Hz 2048x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz SMPTE 292-1 SMPTE 428-9 2048x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz SMPTE 428-19 2048x1080P 25.00 Hz...

  • Page 58

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards HD-SDI Dual x 1 1920x1080P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 274M 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit 1920x1080i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 25.00 Hz...

  • Page 59

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 2048x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 SMPTE 428-19 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 2048x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 2048x1080P 25.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372...

  • Page 60

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level A x 1 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 4:4:4 YCbCr SMPTE 274M 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit 1920x1080i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 10-bit 12-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 274M...

  • Page 61

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level A x 1 2048x1080P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 2048x1080i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit 4:2:2 YCbCr 2048x1080P 47.95/48.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 2048x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 428-9 SMPTE 428-19 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 2048x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz...

  • Page 62

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level B x 1 1920x1080P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 274M 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit 1920x1080i 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit 1920x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 25.00 Hz...

  • Page 63

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 2048x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2 2048x1080PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-9 SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2...

  • Page 64

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 2048x1080PsF 23.98/24.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-9 SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2 HD-SDI x 4 3840x2160i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 292-1 SMPTE 274M 3840x2160i 50.00 Hz 3840x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 3840x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 3840x2160P 25.00 Hz 3840x2160PsF 25.00 Hz 3840x2160P 23.98/24.00 Hz 3840x2160PsF 23.98/24.00 Hz 4096x2160i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4096x2160i 50.00 Hz 4096x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz SMPTE 292-1...

  • Page 65

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards HD-SDI Dual x 4 3840x2160P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 274M 3840x2160i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 25.00 Hz...

  • Page 66

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 4096x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4096x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4096x2160P 25.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 372...

  • Page 67

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level A x 4 3840x2160P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 274M 3840x2160i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 10-bit 12-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr...

  • Page 68

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level A x 4 4096x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 4096x2160i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit 4:2:2 YCbCr 4096x2160P 47.95/48.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 4096x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 2048-2 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4096x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz...

  • Page 69

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level B x 4 3840x2160P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 3840x2160i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 274M 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit 3840x2160i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit...

  • Page 70

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI Level B x 4 4096x2160P 47.95/48.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 4096x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 SMPTE 428-9 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit SMPTE 2048-2 4096x2160PsF 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:4:4 X'Y'Z' 12-bit SMPTE 428-9 SMPTE 428-19 SMPTE 2048-2...

  • Page 71

    ■ DisplayPort Horizontal frequency Signal format Standards PixelClock [MHz] Vertical frequency [Hz] [kHz] 640x480 VESA DMT 25.175 31.469 59.940 800x600 VESA DMT 40.000 37.879 60.317 1024x768 VESA DMT 65.000 48.363 60.004 1920x1080 VESA DMT 148.500 67.500 60.000 2048x1080 CVTRB VESA CVT 147.000 66.576 59.924 2048x1280 CVTRB VESA CVT 174.250 78.918 59.922...

  • Page 72: Image/frame Display

    Image/Frame Display ■ SDI Input (Signal system) Output (Display frame rate) 1280x720 23.98/24.00 47.96/48.00 25.00 50.00 29.97/30.00 59.94/60.00 50.00 50.00 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 1920x1080 50.00 50.00 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 23.98/24.00 47.96/48.00 25.00 50.00 29.97/30.00 59.94/60.00 23.98/24.00 47.96/48.00 25.00 50.00 29.97/30.00 59.94/60.00 50.00 50.00 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00...

  • Page 73

    Input (Signal system) Output (Display frame rate) 4096x2160 50.00 50.00 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 23.98/24.00 47.96/48.00 25.00 50.00 29.97/30.00 59.94/60.00 23.98/24.00 47.96/48.00 25.00 50.00 29.97/30.00 59.94/60.00 47.95/48.00 47.95/48.00 50.00 50.00 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 * : Displaying same frame ■ DisplayPort Input (Signal system) Output (Display frame rate) 640x480 59.940 59.940...

  • Page 74: Picture Display Size

    Picture Display Size ■ SDI Output Aspect Ratio Input Setting Native Input Resolution 200% Automatic 1280x720 2560x1440 4096x2304 1280x720 16:9 1920x1080 3840x2160 4096x2304 1920x1080 16:9 2048x1080 4096x2160 4096x2160 2048x1080 1.896:1 3840x2160 4096x2304 3840x2160 16:9 4096x2160 4096x2160 4096x2160 1.896:1 Appendix...

  • Page 75

    ■ DisplayPort Output Aspect Ratio Input Setting Native Input Resolution 200% Automatic 640x480 1280x960 3413x2560 640x480 3413x2560 800x600 1600x1200 800x600 3413x2560 1024x768 2048x1536 1024x768 1920x1080 3840x2160 4096x2304 1920x1080 16:9 2048x1080 4096x2160 4096x2160 2048x1080 1.896:1 2048x1280 4096x2560 4096x2560 2048x1280 16:10 3840x2160 4096x2304 3840x2160 16:9...

  • Page 76

    Output Aspect Ratio Input Setting Native Input Resolution 200% Automatic 4096x2160 4096x2160 4096x2160 1.896:1 4096x2560 4096x2560 4096x2560 16:10 Appendix...

  • Page 77: Input Signals And Adjustable/setting Item

    Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Item Input signal Setting item DisplayPort YCbCr/RGB/XYZ Adjustment Picture Mode ● ● Contrast ● ● Brightness ● ● Chroma ● ● Sharpness ● ● Backlight Control ● ● Color Temperature ● ● Gamma ● ● Color Gamut ● ● Calibration ●...

  • Page 78: Error Messages

    (CDL Export) Number of files is over limit. Up to 1000 files can be exported. LUT, Various settings, (LUT Import) "LUT Type" is different. Select the correct file format. CDL import (CDL Import) "File Type" is different. Failed to read file. The USB memory may be defective or protected. Check the USB memory. Failed to Import. There is an error in the file to be imported. Check the file. No import file. Check to see if the file has been imported to the USB memory. Hardware error Backlight error. Turn off the main power once and then back on. If the message persists, contact Canon Customer Fan error. Center. Panel error. I/F error. System error. Input signal No Signal Displayed when there is no video signal input. Unsupported Unsupported video signal is input. Check the supported signal format ( 57). "Input Configuration" is different from Payload. Check the "Input Configuration" ( 40) and "Signal Information" ( 53) settings. Reset any incorrect "Input Configuration" settings. Error Messages...

  • Page 79

    Message Description and Action Operation Invalid operation. F buttons will not function in the following cases: • When the following function is set during DisplayPort signal selection: - H Delay/V Delay - Time Code • When the following function is set while "Input Configuration" is not performed for the selected channel: - Time Code • When the following function is set while "H Delay"/"V Delay" is set: - Screen Scaling - Aspect Marker - Safety Zone Marker - Peaking 1/Peaking 2 • When the following function is set while "Peaking 1"/"Peaking 2" is set: - Aspect Marker - Safety Zone Marker - Center Marker - Grid Marker - H Delay/V Delay - Time Code "Protect Settings" is on. To use the OSD menu, move the selection frame to "Protect Settings" and press the SET button for approximately 3 seconds. "CDL Override" is on. When "CDL Override" is turned "On", you cannot adjust the "POWER", "SATURATION", "OFFSET", or "SLOPE".

  • Page 80: Troubleshooting

    • Turn on the main power. (Power indicator does not turn on.) • Check that the AC power cord is connected correctly. • Brightness of the power indicator may be turned off. Turn it on and check once more. The screen is dark. When the power indicator does not turn on: • Turn on the main power. • Check that the AC power cord is connected correctly. When the power indicator is lit orange: • Press the button. When the power indicator is flashing orange: • Flashing once every 3 seconds : Contact Canon Customer Center. • Flashing twice every 3 seconds : T urn on the power with the button. If the power still does not turn on, contact Canon Customer Center. Main unit cannot be controlled with the • Check that the main unit and the display controller are connected display controller. correctly. • Pairing may not be performed correctly. Try re-pairing. The image does not display. • Set each item in "Channel Settings" according to input signal. There is a blank area when set to 4K • There may be no input signal. Look at the display area icon in the...

  • Page 81: Software Used In This Product

    Software Used in This Product Software installed with this product includes software modules from Canon or third parties. Software Developed by Canon and Free Software Software developed or created by Canon and accompanying document is protected by copyright law, terms of an international convention and any other governing laws. This product uses software modules under copyright by third parties and distributed as free software. Some of these software modules are subject to the GNU General Public License v2 (GPL), GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1 (LGPL) or any other license. Acquiring Source Code for Free Software Some free software requires the acquirement of the source code of modules in order to distribute the executable form of those software modules. For information on how to acquire the source code for free software such as these and confirming terms of the GPL, LGPL and other license agreements, please check with the distributor from whom the product was purchased. The following free software modules are installed to this product: • linux kernel • busybox • glibc • JFFS2 • SquashFS • FUSE • libfuse • libupnp • avahi-autoipd • libxml • zlib...

  • Page 82

    ■libxml License Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Daniel Veillard. All Rights Reserved. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions: The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software. THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE DANIEL VEILLARD BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE. Except as contained in this notice, the name of Daniel Veillard shall not be used in advertising or otherwise to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written authorization from him. Software Used in This Product...

  • Page 83: Index

    Format................ 40 Blue.Only............48,.50,.51 Function.Guide............48 Brightness..............36 Function.Settings............48 Calibration............28,.38 Gain.R/G/B..............36 Canon.Log..............36 Gamma..............37,.38 Canon.Log.to.DCI.1.2..........37 Global.Dimming............36 Canon.Log.to.WideDR.1.1......... 37 Gray.(20%).(Test.Pattern)..........49 CDL.Export/Import......... 30,.50,.51 Green.Off............48,.50,.51 CDL.Load.from.Memory........

  • Page 84

    Nearest Neighbor ........... 43 Shape Trace ............43 Knob Lock ............. 50, 51, 52 Screen Scaling ............42 200% ..............42 Automatic .............. 42 LAN ..............12, 19 Native Input Resolution .......... 42 Language ..............50 Select Channel ............40 Local Dimming ............36 Select Input Signal ............. 40 LTC ................49 4K Input ..............40 Luminance .

  • Page 85

    Canon brand items is given by the manufacturer or producer thereof. If the Equipment contains a hard disk drive, Canon USA recommends that data stored on that drive be duplicated or backed up to prevent its loss in the event of failure or other malfunction of such drive.

  • Page 86

    DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE EQUIPMENT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND EVEN IF CANON USA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST CANON USA BE GREATER THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE EQUIPMENT SOLD BY CANON USA AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE.

  • Page 87

    Canon Canada, including any implied warranty or condition regarding merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The sole warranty with respect to such non-Canon brand items is given by the manufacturer or producer thereof. If the Equipment contains a hard disk drive, Canon Canada recommends that data stored on that drive be duplicated or backed up to prevent its loss in the event of failure or other malfunction of such drive.

  • Page 88

    THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE EQUIPMENT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND EVEN IF CANON CANADA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST CANON CANADA BE GREATER THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE EQUIPMENT SOLD BY CANON CANADA AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE.

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    CANON MEXICANA, S DE RL DE CV http://www.canon.com.mx Canon Korea Consumer Imaging Inc. 52 (55) 5249-4900 http://www.canon-ci.co.kr 5F, Canon Bldg, 607, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea +82(0)2-1588-8133 Visit your local Canon Web site to download the latest version of this instruction manual. MIE-0001-001 © CANON INC. 2014...

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