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  • Page 1 Panasonic Broadcast BT-LT80W Menu Information...
  • Page 2 How to Use the On Screen Menu Six types of information are displayed on the screen: the operating status display, picture adjusting knob status, sharpness display, function display, DC power supply voltage display, battery level display and menu display. Operating status display 1080/60I DC14.0V Picture adjusting knob status...
  • Page 3 How to Use the On Screen Menu Sharpness display SHARPNESS H 30 Function display F1:MARKER F2:WFM F3:PIXEL TO PIXEL XXXXX DC power supply voltage and battery level display DC14.0V Menu display [MAIN MENU] MARKER VIDEO CONFIG SYSTEM CONFIG VF CONFIG FUNCTION INPUT SELECT CONTROL...
  • Page 4 Menu operations 1. Push [MENU] to display the MAIN menu. FUNCTION INPUT MENU 2. Push [ ] to select the menu, then push [ENTER]. [MAIN MENU] MARKER VIDEO CONFIG SYSTEM CONFIG VF CONFIG FUNCTION INPUT SELECT CONTROL HOURMETER EXIT SEL. MENU ENTER To return to the previous screen...
  • Page 5 User Data You can change the menu setting values and picture adjusting knob settings, then save and load up to 5 combinations of screen adjustment values as user data. You can also return the setting values and adjustment values to the factory preset settings.
  • Page 6: Operation

    Main Menu Menu configuration MAIN MENU MARKER VIDEO CONFIG CONT./BACK. SYSTEM CONFIG BACKLIGHT PEAKING/PHASE STATUS DISPLAY BATTERY REMAIN SETUP LOAD SETUP SAVE PWR ON SETUP VF CONTROL VF CONFIG CROSS HATCH REAR TALLY ZEBRA RETURN CH FUNCTION1 FUNCTION FUNCTION2 FUNCTION3 FUNCTION DISPLAY INPUT SELECT VIDEO...
  • Page 7 (continued) MARKER Sub menu Settings OFF ∗ MARKER 16:9 ∗ ∗ 13:9 14:9 CNSCO VISTA 4:3 ∗ BACK ∗ NORMAL HALF BLACK CENTER ∗ GPI PRESET1 ∗ 13:9 14:9 CNSCO VISTA GPI PRESET2 ∗ 95% (16:9) 93% (16:9) 90% (16:9) 88% (16:9) 80% (16:9) 95% (4:3)
  • Page 8 Main Menu (continued) Types of MARKER 16:9 marker (Displayed when using HD, or when using SD with a 16:9 aspect ratio) The marker is only displayed as a vertical bar. In addition, the section becomes the “MARKER BACK” item. 4:3 marker 14:9 marker VISTA marker, CNSCO marker A horizontal dotted line is displayed as the marker.
  • Page 9: Video Config

    Main Menu (continued) VIDEO CONFIG Sub menu Settings USER 63 ∗ COLOR TEMP. VAR1 VAR2 VAR3 HIGH ∗ SHARPNESS MODE 0 - 30 ∗ SHARPNESS H 0 - 30 ∗ SHARPNESS V I-P MODE MODE2 MODE1 MONO ∗ SD ASPECT ∗ 16:9 ∗...
  • Page 10 Main Menu (continued) About IP Mode By selecting “MODE1”, you can convert IP through Frame Interpolation. This unit has reduced the Frame Interpolation delay to 1 field or less, compared to our old models having caused 1 frame delay or more. Factory preset setting value is “MODE1”...
  • Page 11: System Config

    (continued) SYSTEM CONFIG Sub menu Settings CONT. /BACK. BACKLIGHT CONTRAST BACKLIGHT 0 - 60 PEAKING/PHASE PEAKING PHASE STATUS DISPLAY CONTINUE 3SEC OFF ∗ BATTERY REMAIN SETUP LOAD FACTORY USER1 USER2 USER3 USER4 USER5 SETUP SAVE USER1 USER2 USER3 USER4 USER5 PWR ON SETUP LAST FACTORY...
  • Page 12 INPUT SELECT menu (→ page 29). (Input lines that are set with RETURN CH are enabled even if they are set to OFF in INPUT SELECT.) ∗ 2 A function to be used with future Panasonic camera-recorders. The underlined values are factory preset setting values.
  • Page 13: Function Display

    Main Menu (continued) FUNCTION Sub menu Settings FUNCTION1 - 3 BLUE ONLY SD ASPECT ∗ MARKER ∗ PIXEL TO PIXEL ∗ PIXEL POS.+ ∗ PIXEL POS.– ∗ FOCUS-IN-RED ZEBRA REAR TALLY ∗ CROSS HATCH MONO ∗ UNDEF (Factory preset setting→ FUNCTION1: FUNCTION2: PIXEL TO PIXEL...
  • Page 14 (continued) Restrictions on various FUNCTION settings Under the following conditions, various settings are disabled. Setting Disabling condition SD ASPECT Does not operate while GPI items are being set. Does not operate during PIXEL TO PIXEL operation. Does not operate during HD display. If operated during the conditions described above, “INVALID FUNCTION”...
  • Page 15: Pixel To Pixel

    Main Menu (continued) About WFM You can display the wave form monitor using the “WFM” function. The display changes each time you press one of the buttons, [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION3] (→ page 23), assigned with the [WFM] function (To use the “WFM” function, you must assign it to one of the [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION3] buttons).
  • Page 16 Main Menu (continued) Display position sequence during an HD signal 1080i input PIXEL POS.+: 1)→2)→3)→4)→5)→6)→7)→8)→9)→1) · · · · · PIXEL POS.–: 1)→9)→8)→7)→6)→5)→4)→3)→2)→1) · · · · · 1) CENTER 4) RIGHT TOP 7) MID BOTTOM Display position sequence during an HD signal 720P input PIXEL POS.+: 1)→2)→3)→4)→5)→1) ·...
  • Page 17 (continued) About FOCUS-IN-RED When the FOCUS-IN-RED function is used, the section that is being focused is displayed in an easy-to-understand red, making camera focus adjustments easy. Each time the button from [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION3] to which the FOCUS-IN-RED function is assigned is pushed, the display is switched (the FOCUS-IN-RED function must be assigned to one of the buttons from [FUNCTION1] to [FUNCTION3] in order to be able to use the FOCUS-IN-RED function).
  • Page 18: Gpi Control

    Main Menu (continued) The “GPI CONTROL” item is used to set enable/disable of all GPI functions, and assigns functions to each of the GPI terminal pins (→ page 31). Sub menu Settings GPI CONTROL DISABLE ENABLE GPI1 - GPI8 UNDEF MARKER1 ON/OFF MARKER2 ON/OFF MARKER BACK HALF...
  • Page 19: Input Select

    Main Menu (continued) INPUT SELECT Sub menu Settings COMPONENT SMPTE LEVEL VIDEO/YP VIDEO SIGNAL TYPE VIDEO FORMAT AUTO NTSC NTSC SETUP ∗ 1 When an SDI input unit (option) is installed, it is not possible to switch OFF all the 4 input lines. An OFF setting cannot be made for the 4th input line.
  • Page 20: Hour Meter

    Main Menu (continued) CONTROL Sub menu Settings CONTROL LOCAL REMOTE LOCAL DISABLE ENABLE INPUT ∗ 1 The menu can be displayed when the lock is engaged. The only menu setting that can be changed when the lock is engaged is the “CONTROL/LOCAL ENABLE” item.