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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.
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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 Supplied Accessories ..........................4 Important Usage Instructions ....................... 5 Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions ................6 Features ............................11 Nomenclature ..........................12 Installation/Connection ......................15 How to Carry the Main Unit ........................15 Procedures to attach the protection panel ....................15 Procedures to attach/detach stands ....................... 16 Preventing from Tipping .........................

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    Marker Settings ............................56 Function Settings ........................... 61 System Settings ............................. 69 Signal Information ........................... 74 System Information ..........................74 Main specifications/Performance ....................75 Dimensions ............................77 Appendix ............................ 78 Supported Signal Format ........................78 Image/Frame Display ..........................92 Error Messages .......................... 95 Troubleshooting .......................... 97 Software Used in This Product ....................99 Index ............................

  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Video Display DP-V2420. The On Screen Display (thereafter referred to OSD) default language setting is English. To change the OSD menu language setting, please refer to p. 69. 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 • HDMI, HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the U.S. and other countries. • VESA is a registered trademark or trademark of Video Electronics Standards Association in the U.S. and other countries. • Other product and company names herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Supplied Accessories The following items are supplied with this product. Please check before using. AC Power Cord HT-21 AC Power Cord clamp DP-V2420 Instruction Manual HC-01 (this document) Introduction...

  • Page 5: Important Usage Instructions

    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 Warning; This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. 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: Safety Instructions And Handling Precautions

    Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions Be sure to read these instructions in order to operate the product safely. Follow these instructions to prevent injury or harm to the operator of the product or others. WARNING Denotes the risk of serious injury or death. • Do not disassemble or modify the video display. Inside, the video display contains high-voltage/extremely hot/movable parts that can cause fire, electric shock, burns or injury. • Do not insert foreign objects or liquids into the video display. If metallic objects, flammable objects or liquids get inside the video display, this may cause fire, electric shock or malfunction. • Be sure to use the correct voltage. Using a power source with a voltage other than that specified in this instruction manual can cause fire or electric shock. Always use the supplied (or specified) AC power cord. For your safety, do not use this AC power cord to power other equipment.

  • Page 7

    • Observe the following precautions regarding the power source and power plug. Failing to do so can cause fire or electric shock. Insert the power plug fully and securely into the power outlet. Do not use a damaged power cable or plug or a loose power outlet. Hold the plug itself when unplugging the power cable. Pulling the power cord can damage the power cord and cause fire or electric shock. Periodically remove any dust buildup from the power plug. Do not obstruct the access to the power plug by placing other objects around it. Do not connect many power cords to the same power outlet. When using an extension cable, make sure the total power consumption of the devices you connect to the extension cable does not exceed its rated power. • If the video display was dropped or exposed to a strong impact, turn it off immediately and unplug the power plug from the power outlet.

  • Page 8

    CAUTION Denotes the risk of injury. • Do not place any objects on the video display and do not climb on it. The video display can tip or fall and cause injury. • Do not install the video display on an unstable surface. Installing the video display on a wobbly or slanted surface can cause the display to tip or fall and cause injury. Thoroughly check also the strength and sturdiness of the surface where the video display will be placed or installed. • Take precautions to prevent the video display from tipping or falling. In an earthquake the video display can tip or fall. For your safety, when installing the video display on a TV stand or other furniture, take precautionary measures to secure the video display against tipping or falling ( 17). Taking such measures...

  • Page 9

    When Using the Main Unit • 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. • Depending on the environment where the video display is used, the internal temperature of the display may rise, resulting in becoming hot to touch. Please take care when handling the video display. • Viewing the display for prolonged periods of time may lead to eye strain or decreased vision. Please ensure to take rest periodically to avoid these symptoms. • Refer to Recommendation ITU-R BT.1702 "Guidance for the reduction of photosensitive epileptic seizures caused by television" and related guidelines. 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. About the LCD screen The screen is produced using extremely high-precision manufacturing techniques, with more than 99.99% of the pixels operating to specification. Less than 0.01% of the pixels may occasionally misfire or appear as black, red, blue or green dots. In addition, this tendency may increase through long term use due to characteristic of the LCD panel. These do not constitute a malfunction. Condensation If this equipment is brought into a warm room while it is cold or if the room is heated suddenly, condensation may form on the surface or inside the equipment. Note that the equipment may be damaged if it is used under such condition.

  • Page 10

    Cleaning • Before cleaning, be sure to 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. • 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. Safety Instructions and Handling Precautions...

  • Page 11: Features

    • Supports gamma equivalent to CRT standardized by ITU-R BT.1886. • A color grading controller (Element-Tk made by Tangent Wave Ltd), external sensor, or USB memory can be connected to the USB port. • Separately-sold Display Controller CL-01 can be connected to the LAN terminal. • Supports "Square Division" and "2 Sample Interleave" video signal transport methods. • Includes a multi-display function (4 or 2 screens) • HDR and SDR content can be displayed for comparison. • Equipped with a HDMI input terminal. Link with digital cinema cameras (made by Canon/ARRI) • Supports 4K RAW. Establishes 4K RAW workflow on ACES2065-1. • Equipped with functions to display a camera's shooting information, switch image quality modes and switch the size of the area marker* by using meta information from the camera. (* only cinema cameras made by ARRI) • Equipped with Fan Stop function, interlocked with camera's REC signal. • Supports log gamma (Canon Log, Canon Log 2, Canon Log 3) of CINEMA EOS cameras. • Supports Looks of ARRI cinema cameras. Rigidity and flexible installation • High durability achieved by a metal outer covering.

  • Page 12: Nomenclature

    Nomenclature ■ Front face of the main unit Front stand There are two mounting positions. Rear stand This can be detached. Headphone terminal Connection for headphone set. USB port Connection for an external sensor for calibration ( 26), USB memory, HUB, or color – grading controller (Element-Tk made by Tangent Wave Ltd). CH1 to 3 buttons Changes channel. CDL button Switches between normal and CDL mode. – F1 to F8 buttons Execute the defined function. You can assign different functions on F buttons in the normal and CDL modes respectively. MENU button Opens/closes the OSD menu, or moves up one level in a menu. Jog dial Moves the selection frame within the OSD menu, changes the settings (up/down, left/ right, rotation) and determines (press) the selection. RESET button Resets the items to be adjusted using the slider and entered characters. (Power) button Turns power On/Off. Power indicator Displays the status of the main unit. The brightness of the power indicator can be set from "Off" or "1 (dark) to 5 (brightest)" ( 70). Even when the power indicator is "Off", it will flash during firmware update, or when an error is detected.

  • Page 13

    ■ Back face of the main unit HDMI input terminal Used to input HDMI signals. LAN (10/100 BASE) Connection for a Display Controller CL-01 (separately sold) or other equipment. – terminal 3G/HD-SDI output Pass through output corresponding to 3G/HD-SDI input terminal. – terminal 3G/HD-SDI input Used to input SDI signals. terminal Cord clamp mounting For installing the AC power cord clamp (Included) hole AC power input Connection for the provided AC power supply cord. terminal ■ Side face of the main unit Right side Left side Carrying handle Used to install, connect, or carry the unit. Nomenclature...

  • Page 14

    CAUTION • When connecting an external sensor for calibration to the USB port, the USB cable length must not exceed 3 m (9.8 ft.). Otherwise, communication error may occur and correct calibration may not be possible. • For safety, do not connect any connector that may have excessive voltage to the terminal of the video display when connecting peripheral devices. • Pass through SD-SDI signals are not output correctly. Note • Both FAT16 and FAT32 USB memory devices are supported. • Proper operation cannot be guaranteed for all USB memories. • It may take 10 seconds or more for the USB memory to be recognized. If the function to save data on a USB memory is executed during recognition, the message "Detecting USB memory" is displayed. Nomenclature...

  • Page 15: Installation/connection

    Installation/Connection How to Carry the Main Unit When lifting the video display, please use the carrying handles on the display’s sides. CAUTION • When unpacking, carrying, installing, or connecting the main unit, please note that at least two people are required. • When carrying the video display, handle it carefully not to touch or damage the screen. Procedures to attach the protection panel You can attach the protection panel to protect the screen when carrying the video display or when using it outdoors. 1. Unscrew the four screws on the front face. Use a 1.5 mm hexagonal key. Do not lose the removed screws. Do not use these screws for other purposes. 2. Place the protection panel by aligning its corners with the screw holes. ( 77).

  • Page 16: Procedures To Attach/detach Stands

    Procedures to attach/detach stands The main unit comes with two stands which can be detached. The position where the front stand is attached can be changed. CAUTION • Use a flat, clear surface when attaching/detaching the stands. • The display can tip over if the stand has not been attached. • Avoid touching the screen during this step as it may damage it. ■ Detaching 1. Place the display with the screen facing down on a soft cloth or cushioning material that is larger than the display. 2. Front stand: Remove the mounting screws (two each) from the left and right stands. Rear stand: Remove the mounting screws (one each) from the left and right stands.

  • Page 17: Preventing From Tipping

    Preventing from Tipping Fixing the video display using screw holes on the stands can reduce the risk of the main unit tipping over or falling. 1. Use screws that fit the screw holes. The screw hole size is shown below. Screw hole 2- 4.5 CAUTION • When securing the main unit to a table or desk, please ensure a table or desk is strong enough to carry the weight of the main unit. • It is recommended to obtain assistance from another person when performing this step. • Avoid touching the screen during this step as it may damage it. Installation/Connection...

  • Page 18: 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*. Remove the stands beforehand ( 16). * Commercially available. CAUTION • For safety, 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. • When the video display is placed on a rack or display stand and ventilation around it is blocked by equipment placed above or below or in a surrounding area, the operating temperature may increase, causing a failure or overheating. In order to maintain the operating temperature condition of the video display (0 ˚C to 40 ˚C), make a space of at least 1U (4.4 cm) above and below and at least 4 cm (1.6 in.) space from its back. Make a sufficient space from peripheral equipment, secure vents, or install a ventilation fan. • When installing the video display on a wall, make sufficient space from the wall so that cables are not squeezed or twisted. • Avoid touching the screen during this step as it may damage it. • Make sure that the main unit does not fall during installation/removal. 1. Attach a commercially available stand or wall mount bracket using the screw holes on the back or side face of the main unit ( 77).

  • Page 19: Connecting The Main Unit To Input Devices

    Connecting the Main Unit to Input Devices The video display has 3G/HD-SDI and HDMI input terminals to connect input devices. CAUTION • Check that the power of the video display and input devices is switched off before connecting. ■ SDI input signals Refer to the 3G/HD-SDI input terminals diagram when connecting to the desired input signal. (A, B, C, D) Display area icon Actual screen display location SDI (IN) terminal Input signal Input terminal Quad Link 3G-SDI Top left, Mapping signal Input A (Square Division) Top right, Mapping signal Input B Bottom left, Mapping signal Input C Bottom right, Mapping signal Input D Single input system Quad Link* Link 1 Input A (2 Sample Interleave) Link 2 Input B Link 3 Input C Link 4 Input D...

  • Page 20

    Reference • The connection is tested using Canare Corp. BNC cable (multi) 4VS03A-5C. • When 3G-SDI RAW signal frequency exceeds 30.00P, it becomes a dual connection. • Each terminal is compatible with 3G-SDI RAW through output. Even during full-screen display, when a signal is input from SDI terminal A's IN terminal, you can connect the cable to SDI terminal A's OUT terminal. ■ HDMI input signal HDMI input terminal CAUTION • Use a HDMI cable with the High Speed logo that complies with the HDMI standard. When a non-compliant HDMI standard cable is used, the video display may not work normally, for example a video becomes choppy or nothing is displayed. Installation/Connection...

  • Page 21: 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 provided AC power cord HT-21 to the AC power supply input terminal at the rear. The video display goes into standby and the power indicator lights up in amber. 2. Press the power supply button at the front. The power indicator lights green.

  • Page 22: Operating The Video Display

    Operating the Video Display Using buttons and jog dial on the video display, you can adjust image quality and configure settings for input signals. In addition, you can assign the frequently used functions to the CH and F buttons. Operating the jog dial The procedures to operate the jog dial are described below. MENU button RESET button Opens/closes the OSD Resets the items to be adjusted using the slider and menu, or moves up one entered characters. level in a menu. Jog dial Up, down, left, right / rotation: Used to move to a different item and change settings. Press: C onfirms settings or moves the selection frame up/down 1 level. Basic operations to use the OSD menu Top Screen Main Menu Sub Menu Setting Options This section describes basic operations to use the OSD menu. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. Operating the Video Display...

  • Page 23

    2. Select an item using the jog dial and press it to determine the selection. The selection frame moves to sub menu. 3. Select an item using the jog dial and press it to determine the selection. The selection frame moves to setting options. 4. Select the setting using the jog dial. Settings change according to the operation of the jog dial.

  • Page 24: 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. 1. Press the jog dial when the selection frame is on setting options. A slider appears at the bottom of the screen. 2. Make adjustments using the jog dial with using the slider as guide. 3. When adjustments are completed, press the jog dial. The screen returns to the original OSD menu.

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

    Temporarily Saving Parameters (Anchor Point Setting) You can temporarily save parameters for "Contrast", "Brightness", "Chroma", and "Sharpness" and recover the values. See 44 for setting anchor points during CDL adjustment. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "Adjustment" using the jog dial and press the dial to determine the selection. The selection frame moves to sub menu. 3. Select "Anchor Adjustment" using the jog dial and press the dial to determine the selection. When the confirmation screen appears, select "OK". The parameter is saved and sets anchor point.

  • Page 26: Adjusting Image Quality For Each Screen In Two Screen Display

    Adjusting image quality for each screen in two screen display ( In Multi View (Dual) display, image quality settings can be changed on both displayed screens. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "Channel Settings" → "Select Input Signal" using the jog dial. Select "Dual Input A,B" or "Dual Input C,D", and then press the jog dial to confirm the setting. 3. Select "Channel Settings" → "Image Division" using the jog dial. • Select "Multi View (Dual)", and then press the jog dial to confirm the setting. The screen changes to two screen display.

  • Page 27

    3. Press the jog dial and select "Start". Please follow the information indicated on the screen. 4. Initialize the sensor. Set the mode dial of the Universal Measuring Probe to "0-CAL". Press the jog dial of the video display, select "OK", and execute initialization. 5. Place the universal measuring probe pointing at the center of the video display. Set the mode dial of the universal measuring probe to "MEAS" and place the probe as shown below according to the displayed content. Press the jog dial of the video display, select "OK", and execute calibration. Main Unit Konica Minolta Universal Measuring Probe CA-310 support: CA-PU32, CA-PU35 CA-210 support: CA-PU12, CA-PU15 Konica Minolta Display Color Analyzer CA-310, CA-210 6. Finish calibration. When the message "Calibration is completed". is displayed, press the jog dial and select "OK".

  • Page 28: Export/import

    5. Select "Select LUT" using the jog dial. Selects User LUT 1-8/Gamma LUT 1-8/Gamut LUT 1-8. 6. Select the standard color gamut using the jog dial. Select the color gamut used when creating the LUT (when "Gamut LUT" under "LUT Type" is selected). 7. Select "Execute" using the jog dial. 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. • You can delete the imported LUT. You can specify the name of LUT ( 45). OSD Menu OSD Menu OSD Menu...

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    ■ Export/Import Main Menu Settings ( 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "System Settings" → "Export/Import". 3. Select "Export" or "Import" using the jog dial. Exporting - Select "Target" from "USB" or "User 1-3". Export "USB" to the USB memory and "User 1-3" to the built-in memory of the main unit. - Select "Filename". Factory default is "dinfo_dpv2420.dat". You can change the name of the file to be exported to the USB memory within 16 one-byte characters including alphabetical characters, numbers, and symbols. - Select "Execute". When the confirmation screen appears, select "OK". Export starts. Importing - Select "Target" from "USB" or "User 1-3".

  • Page 30: Set Date/time

    ■ Exporting/Importing CDL Parameters ( 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. Select "Adjustment" → "CDL/User LUT" → "Type" using the jog dial. Select "CDL". 3. Select "Detail Settings" → "CDL Export" or "CDL Import". Exporting - Select "CDL Preset". - Select a file format ".ccc" or ".cdl".

  • Page 31: Inputting Characters

    Inputting Characters This section describes how to input the characters. Use this function to specify a channel name, a display name, or filename. 1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu. 2. The character input screen appears automatically when character input is required. Move the selection frame to the location to enter characters using the jog dial ( ). 3. Select characters using the jog dial ( or rotation). The following characters can be selected: Press buttons to display them one by one. You can input up to 16 characters.

  • Page 32: Using The Channel (ch) Button

    Automatic Automatic Automatic Internal Sync Channel Name (Blank) (Blank) (Blank) Picture Mode ITU-R BT.709 ITU-R BT.709 Canon Log Picture Mode R ITU-R BT.709 ITU-R BT.709 Canon Log Audio Input Input A Input A Input A Marker/TC/WFM/VEC Input Input A Input A...

  • Page 33: Osd Menu

    OSD Menu OSD Menu Index Adjustment ( Picture Mode Contrast Brightness Chroma Sharpness Backlight Control Color Temperature Color Gamut Gamma HDR Range Input Transform Output Transform Output Transform Surround Color Range CDL/User LUT Type CDL Preset User LUT Power Saturation Offset Slope CDL/User LUT Bypass Detail Settings CDL Export CDL Import CDL Preset Name Anchor CDL Reset CDL Detail Settings Peak Luminance Control LUT Import LUT Name LUT Delete YCbCr Color Matrix 2020 Constant Luminance 2020 Gamut Mapping...

  • Page 34

    Calibration Copy Picture Mode Picture Mode Name Anchor Adjustment Reset Channel Settings ( Select Channel Input Configuration Select Input Signal Image Division Format Internal Sync Channel Name Picture Mode Picture Mode R Audio Input Marker/TC/WFM/VEC Input Picture Function Target Separator Display Settings ( Screen Scaling Scaling Method Zoom Zoom Preset Magnification Position Frame Hold Background Color I/PsF I/P Conversion Film Cadence Audio Settings ( SDI Group CH L/R (SDI) CH L/R (HDMI) Volume Audio Switch OSD Menu...

  • Page 35

    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 Area Marker Enable H Position V Position Width (dot) Height (dot) Mask Line Line Width Line Color Line Brightness Center Marker Enable Size Line Width Line Color Line Brightness OSD Menu...

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    Grid Marker Enable Distance Line Width Line Color Line Brightness Function Settings ( Peaking Enable Monochrome Frequency Range Color False Color Time Code Enable Type Size Position Wave Form Monitor Enable Select Signal Display Type Select Line Position Scale Guide Standard Level High Standard Level Low Color Vector Scope Enable Target Position Audio Level Meter Enable Channel Number (SDI) Channel Number (HDMI) Peak Hold Standard Level Test Pattern OSD Menu...

  • Page 37

    Screen Capture Capture Frame Hold Capture Source Playback File Finish Playback File Various Function Monochrome, Blue Only, Red Off, Green Off, Blue Off, Banner, Function Guide, OSD Position, OSD Size Camera Link Automatic Adjustment (CINEMA EOS) Color Gamut/Gamma Color Temperature Color Range Display Color Gamut Automatic Adjustment (ARRI) User LUT/Color Gamut Color Range Area Marker Camera Information System Settings ( Function/Channel Button Display Function Display Function (CDL) Display Channel Language Date/Time Network Display Name Power Indicator Brightness Display Button LED Fan Settings Fan Control Fan Stop Compatible Settings Protect Settings Password Protect Target Protect Firmware Update OSD Menu...

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    Export/Import Export Import Power on Setting Reset All Settings Signal Information ( System Information ( OSD Menu...

  • Page 39: 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 47, 48 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". You can change the mode name within 16 one-byte characters including alphabetical characters, numbers, and symbols. Canon Log: Canon Log is ideal when viewing image captured with CINEMA EOS camera/video camera. Displays Canon Log video without having to import Viewing LUT. ACESproxy: A mode to display ACESproxy videos in optimum gamma and color gamut. Contrast Adjusts the white level of the image. (Increments of 1) 0 to 6000  W hen "Peak Luminance Control" in "Detail Settings" is set to "On", the settable range is shown below. When "Peak Luminance Control" is "On", "Contrast [Peak Control]" is displayed. 0 to 12000 Note • In Multi View (Dual) display, when right screen is selected as the target screen, it is not possible to adjust the Contrast after selecting Picture Mode. The Contrast value is same on both screens.

  • Page 40

    Cinema Gamut to 709, Cinema Gamut to 2020, Cinema Gamut to DCI, DCI-P3+ to 709, DCI-P3+ to DCI, DCI-P3 to 709, ITU-R BT.2020 to 709: Modes where the color gamut is converted to monitor Cinema Gamut, DCI-P3+, BT.2020, and DCI-P3 videos recorded by the CINEMA EOS C500/C500PL and C300 Mark II. ACESproxy: Displays the color gamut of ACESproxy (when "Canon Log" is selected). Gamut LUT 1 to Gamut LUT 8: Selects an external LUT. Note • For checking the video captured with Cinema EOS cameras, please refer to the "Parameter of Cinema EOS cameras and DP-V2420 ( 67)" in "Adjustment". • When "ITU-R BT.2020", "Cinema Gamut to 709", "Cinema Gamut to 2020", "Cinema Gamut to DCI", "DCI-P3+ to 709", "DCI-P3+ to DCI", "DCI-P3 to 709", or "ITU-R BT.2020 to 709" is selected, the DP-V2420 displays images after converting the color gamut as shown below. Data outside of the color gamut after conversion is also displayed at the optimum level. Input video color gamut Color gamut after conversion on the DP-V2420 ITU-R BT.2020...

  • Page 41

    Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Gamma Sets the Gamma. 1.0, 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log 2, Canon Log 3: Select the preset gamma. Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2 (HDR), Canon Log 3 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, Hybrid Log-Gamma Y, Hybrid Log-Gamma RGB: Select the gamma for HDR display.

  • Page 42

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) HDR Range Sets the display method when Gamma for HDR display is selected. Canon Log (HDR): Sets the "Canon Log" dynamic range to be displayed, from 0 to 800%. (in 100 increments) 100 to 800 Canon Log 2 (HDR): Sets the "Canon Log 2" dynamic range to be displayed, from 0 to 1600%. (in 100 increments) 100 to 1600 Canon Log 3 (HDR): Sets the "Canon Log 3" dynamic range to be displayed, from 0 to 1600%. (in 100 increments) 100 to 1600 SMPTE ST 2084: Sets the "SMPTE ST 2084" dynamic range to be displayed, from 0.005 to 10,000 nit. (in 100 increments) 100 to 10000 (1000) Hybrid Log-Gamma Y/RGB: Sets how far to display the "Hybrid Log-Gamma" dynamic range. (100...

  • Page 43

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Input Transform Sets whether or not to apply ACES Input Transform to "3G-SDI RAW" signals ( 49) when "Picture Mode" is set to "Canon Log" and "ACESproxy" is selected for "Color Gamut" or when "ACESproxy" is selected for "Picture Mode". Automatic: Applied automatically. Off: Not applied. Output Transform This is displayed instead of Gamma and Color Gamut when "Picture Mode" is set to "Canon Log" and "ACESproxy" is selected for "Color Gamut" or when "ACESproxy" is selected for "Picture Mode". ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, DCI-P3: ACESproxy is converted into respective mode. Output Transform This is displayed instead of "Gamma" and "Color Gamut" when "Picture Mode" is set to "Canon Surround Log" and "ACESproxy" is selected for "Color Gamut" or when "ACESproxy" is selected for "Picture Mode". Dim Surround: E nables Dim Surround process specified by ACESproxy. Dark Surround: Enables Dark Surround process specified by ACESproxy. Color Range Sets the quantization range. Automatic: Sets the range based on signal information automatically. Full (0-255): Sets to Black level: 0; White level: 1023 (10-bit)/4095 (12-bit). Limited 1 (16-235): Limits the black and white range.

  • Page 44

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) CDL/User LUT Configures settings for CDL or User LUT. Type (CDL, User LUT, Off): Select the type. ■ When "CDL" is selected CDL Preset: S elect "CDL Preset." CDL 1 to CDL 15 Power: A djusts the Gamma of the image. (0.01 increments) 0.50 to 4.00 (1.00) Saturation: A djusts the color saturation of the image. (0.001 increments) 0.000 to 2.000 (1.000) Offset: A djusts the black level of the image. (0.001 increments) -1.000 to 1.000 (0.000) Slope: A djusts the white level of the image. (0.001 increments)

  • Page 45

    Luminance Mode". Constant Luminance: YUV signals are linearly converted and then converted into RGB signals. Non-constant Luminance: YUV signals are converted into RGB signals without changing gamma 0.45. Note • SD-SDI is fixed to "Non-constant Luminance". 2020 Gamut Set this item when "ITU-R BT.2020" is selected for "Picture Mode" or when "User 1-7" or "Canon Mapping Log" is selected for "Picture Mode" and also "ITU-R BT.2020" is selected for "Color Gamut". Gamut Mapping: Mapping is performed on colors outside the native color gamut by Canon's unique method. Clipping: Colors outside the native color gamut are clipped by a general method. Hybrid Log- Sets the peak brightness when selecting "Hybrid Log-Gamma Y" or "Hybrid Log-Gamma RGB" in Gamma System "Gamma". The maximum value for each setting becomes the upper limit value of "HDR Range". ■ When "Hybrid Log-Gamma Y" is selected γ1.2 - 1000 cd/m , γ1.325 - 2000 cd/m , γ1.45 - 4000 cd/m ■...

  • Page 46

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) HDR/SDR View In the "Multi View (Dual)" display, the HDR (High Dynamic Range) and SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) displays can be compared. On: The right screen is displayed at SDR luminance. Off: Does not compare the HDR and SDR display. Note • You cannot set this when the "Picture Mode" or "Peak Luminance Control" for the right screen is set to "On". • When the "Contrast" setting for the left screen is specified as "1000" or less, the luminance of the left and right screens is the same. Calibration Performs calibration based on set target values when "User 1-7" is selected for "Picture Mode". Can be run in the picture mode of the left screen in the "Multi View (Dual)" display. Luminance: Sets the target luminance. 48 to 500 (100) cd/m Color Temperature: Sets the target color temperature. D93, D65, D61, D60, D56, D50, DCI-P3: Select from preset color temperatures. Custom (xy): You can adjust CIE x, y in increments of 0.001. x: 0.260 to 0.360 (0.313)/y: 0.260 to 0.360 (0.329) Color Gamut: Sets the color gamut.

  • Page 47

    The factory default settings for each "Picture Mode" is as follows: ITU-R ITU-R Adobe Item SMPTE-C BT. 709 BT.2020 Contrast 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Brightness Chroma 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Sharpness Local Dimming Color Preset Temperature 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.329 0.329 0.329 0.329 0.329 Gain R/G/B 1023 1023 1023 1023 1023...

  • Page 48

    User Item DCI-P3 Canon Log ACESproxy Contrast 1000 1000 Brightness Chroma 1000 1000 1000 1000 Sharpness Local Dimming Color Preset DCI-P3 Temperature 0.314 0.313 0.313 0.322 0.351 0.329 0.329 0.338 Gain R/G/B 1023 1023 1023 1023 Bias R/G/B Gamma Canon Log – Color Gamut DCI-P3 ITU-R BT.709...

  • Page 49: 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 Select Channel Display the channel number. In addition, you can assign each content of "Channel Settings" to each channel ( 51). CH1 to CH30 Note • It may take 10 seconds when switching channels. Input Configuration Select the input. Factory default depend on the channel ( 51). 3G/HD-SDI, 3G-SDI RAW, SD-SDI, HDMI, — (Not set) Select Input Signal Sets the signal display method ( 19). Automatic: The display method is automatically determined to match the input signal. Quad Input: Four input signals (Input A to Input D) are displayed. Dual Input A,B: T wo input signals (Input A terminal and Input B terminal) are displayed. Dual Input C,D: Two input signals (Input C terminal and Input D terminal) are displayed. Single Input A, Single Input B, Single Input C, Single Input D: One input signal (any of Input A to Input D) is displayed.

  • Page 50

    Item Setting Options Format Sets the color format and gradation. ■ SDI Signal Automatic, 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit, 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit, 4:4:4 YCbCr 10-bit, 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10-bit, 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit, 4:4:4 XYZ 10-bit, 4:4:4 XYZ 12-bit ■ HDMI Signal Automatic, 4:4:4 XYZ 12/10-bit Note • HD-SDI signal is "4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit" regardless of the setting.

  • Page 51

    Automatic Image Division Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Format Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Internal Sync Channel Name (Blank) (Blank) (Blank) (Blank) Picture Mode ITU-R BT.709 ITU-R BT.709 Canon Log ITU-R BT.709 Picture Mode R ITU-R BT.709 ITU-R BT.709 Canon Log ITU-R BT.709 Audio Input Input A Input A Input A Input A Marker/TC/WFM/VEC Input Input A Input A Input A Input A Picture Function Target Left and Right Left and Right...

  • Page 52: 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. 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→3840x2160 Note • In the following cases, the maximum magnification is 200% even if "Automatic" is selected. When "Peaking" or "False Color" is "On" When "Multi View (Dual)" is selected OSD Menu...

  • Page 53

    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. Zoom Enlarges part of the video image. The zoom function can be used when the resolution is "4096x2160", "3840x2160", "2048x1080" or "1920x1080". Zoom Preset: S ets the zoom display method. There are three presets. Zoom 1, Zoom 2, Zoom 3, Off Magnification: S ets the display scale of zoom. x2, x4, x8 Position: T he zoom adjustment screen is displayed. Use the jog dial to adjust the display position.

  • Page 54

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Frame Hold Pauses the video. On, Off Note • Setting is disabled when "Peaking" is set to "On" or "False Color" is set to "On". Background Color Sets the color of the black band to check the boundary of the black band and video image. White, Gray, Off Note • Setting is disabled when "Multi View (Quad)" or "Multi View (Dual)" is selected. 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. 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. 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. Film Cadence Sets the film cadence mode. 2-2: Displays progressive image after conversion for 2-2 pulldown processed interlaced signal input.

  • Page 55: Audio Settings

    Audio Settings This menu is used to set audio output from the headphone terminal. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) SDI Group Switches the audio group to be input during SDI audio input. CH1-CH8, CH9-CH16 CH L/R (SDI) Sets the audio to be output from the two channels (L/R) of the headphone respectively. The options differ according to the "SDI Group" setting. When "CH1-CH8" is selected for "SDI Group": CH1-CH8 When "CH9-CH16" is selected for "SDI Group": CH9-CH16 CH L/R (HDMI) Sets the audio to be output from the two channels (L/R) of the headphone respectively. CH1-CH8 Volume Sets the volume. (Increments of 1) 0 to 100 (30) Audio Switch Sets the stereo output. L R, L, R, MIX (L+R) OSD Menu...

  • Page 56: 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, Off Aspect Marker "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 an enlarged image is displayed • During the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture" • When a "Test Pattern" is displayed 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 57

    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 an enlarged image is displayed • During the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture" • When a "Test Pattern" is displayed Enable Switches the safety zone marker On, Off.

  • Page 58

    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 59

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Area Marker "Area Marker" is used to check a specific area using a rectangular box. Note "Area 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 an enlarged image is displayed • During the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture" • When a "Test Pattern" is displayed Enable Switches the area marker On, Off. On, Off H Position Sets the start position (x-coordinate) to draw the rectangle (in increments of 2). 0 to 4086 (240) V Position Sets the start position (y-coordinate) to draw the rectangle (in increments of 2). 0 to 2150 (120) Width (dot) Sets the width of the rectangle (in increments of 2). 10 to 4096 (240) Height (dot) Sets the height of the rectangle (in increments of 2).

  • Page 60

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Center Marker "Center Marker" shows the center of the image. Note • "Center Marker" is not displayed when an enlarged image is displayed. 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 Marker" is marker used to check the horizontal and vertical position.

  • Page 61: Function Settings

    Function Settings This menu is used to set functions to link with Cinema EOS cameras and video assistance functions. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Peaking Customizes peakings which are assigned to Peaking 1 or Peaking 2. The outline is displayed in a color, used to check the focus. Note • "Peaking" cannot be displayed during the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture". Enable Switches the peaking display mode and also sets peaking to Off. Peaking 1, Peaking 2, Off Configures detailed settings for "Peaking 1" or "Peaking 2". Monochrome: Displays video in monochrome. On, Off Frequency: Sets the central frequency of contour enhancement signals. Peaking 1 (Low, Middle, High), Peaking 2 (Low, Middle, High) Range: Sets the width of the range to be colored. -3 ~ +3 (0) Color: Sets the color to be used.

  • Page 62

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Time Code Display the time code superimposed on the signal. VITC 01:23:45.05 Note • Time Code cannot be displayed in the following cases: When "Frame Hold" is "On" During the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture" When the location selected for "Time Code" and "Audio Level Meter" to be displayed is the same When "Test Pattern" is displayed Enable Switches the time code display On, Off. On, Off Type Selects the type. VITC, LTC Note • This setting becomes invalid when HDMI signal is input and is fixed to "VITC". Size Selects the size. Large, Small Position Selects the display position. Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right Note • This setting becomes invalid in the "Multi View (Dual)" display.

  • Page 63

    Select Line: 1 to 2160 Position Selects the display position. Bottom Left, Bottom Right Note • This setting becomes invalid in the "Multi View (Dual)" display. Scale Sets the scale of the wave form monitor. Automatic: Sets the scale of the wave form monitor according to the Gamma setting. IRE, Canon Log, Canon Log 2, Canon Log 3, SMPTE ST 2084: Select the scale. Guide A guide is displayed at the specified position. "Guide" is not displayed when "255" is selected. 1 to 255 Standard Level Sets the standard display level (high). "Standard Level High" is not displayed when "255" is selected. High 190 to 255 Standard Level Sets the standard display level (low). "Standard Level Low" is not displayed when "0" is selected.

  • Page 64

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Vector Scope Configures various settings for the vector scope. Vector scope displays the intensity of color signals and hue with the horizontal axis showing the color difference signal Cb and the vertical line showing (Cb, Cr) = (255, 255) Magenta Yellow Blue Green Cyan (Cb, Cr) = (0, 0) Note • Vector scope cannot be displayed in the following cases: When an enlarged image is displayed When "Frame Hold" (during interlace signal or PsF signal) or "False Color" is "On" When "Peaking 1" or "Peaking 2" is selected During execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture" While "Test Pattern" is displayed • Only the signal set by "Marker/TC/WFM/VEC Input" is displayed in the "Multi View (Quad)" or "Multi View (Dual)" display. • When "Vector Scope" is set to "On", "Wave Form Monitor" turns "Off". Enable Switches the vector scope On, Off. On, Off Target Sets the target. 75%, 100% Position Selects the display position. Bottom Left, Bottom Right Note • This setting becomes invalid in the "Multi View (Dual)" display.

  • Page 65

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Audio Level Meter Configures various settings for the audio level meter. Displays the audio level of the selected channel number. Note • "Audio Level Meter" cannot be displayed when "Frame Hold" is "On", during the execution of "Playback File" under "Screen Capture", or when "Test Pattern" is displayed. Enable Switches the audio level meter On, Off. On, Off Channel Sets the number of channels displayed when SDI signal is input. Options change according to the Number (SDI) setting for "SDI Group" under "Audio Settings". When "CH1-CH8" is selected for "SDI Group": 2 CH (CH1-CH2), 4CH (CH1-CH4), 6CH (CH1-CH6), 8CH (CH1-CH8) When "CH9-CH16" is selected for "SDI Group": 2 CH (CH9-CH10), 4CH (CH9-CH12), 6CH (CH9-CH14), 8CH (CH9-CH16) Channel Sets the number of channels displayed when HDMI signal is input.

  • Page 66

    All: Everything is captured including video assistance functions such as markers and wave form Source monitor as well as OSD menu. Video: Only video signals are captured. Playback File Plays back captured images. Select File: Selects a file. Execute: Plays back the image. Note • When playing back captured images on other DP-V2420 or PC, color may not be played back precisely. Finish Finishes playback. Playback File Various Function Displays the function list to execute functions. Monochrome (On, Off), Blue Only (On, Off), Red Off (On, Off), Green Off (On, Off), Blue Off (On, Off), Banner (On, Off)*...

  • Page 67

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Camera Link Sets the functions to link with Cinema EOS cameras and ARRI cinema cameras. Automatic Sets whether or not to link to the camera's image quality setting when "Canon Log" is selected for Adjustment "Picture Mode" (when "SG-SDI RAW" is selected for "Input Configuration" only). (CINEMA EOS) On, Off When "Color Gamut/Gamma", "Color Temperature", and "Color Range" are all set to "On", the following settings are configured. Parameter of Cinema EOS cameras and DP-V2420 Cinema EOS cameras DP-V2420 Color Color Gamma Color Gamut Gamma Color Range Space Temperature BT.709 Canon Canon Log Automatic ITU-R BT.709 BT.2020 ITU-R BT.2020 Cinema Cinema Gamut to 709 Gamut Cinema Gamut to 2020...

  • Page 68

    When an ARRI cinema camera is connected to this device, the "H Position", "V Position", "Width", and "Height" for the "Area Marker" change depending on the meta information. ARRI Frame line 1A, ARRI Frame line 1B, Off Note • This cannot be set when "Marker Preset" is "Off". Sets whether or not to stop the fan by linking with the camera's REC signal. When "Fan Control" under "System Settings" is set to "On", the mode changes so that the fan can be stopped, and when "Fan" is set to "On", the fan can be stopped by linking with the camera's REC signal. At room temperature (25 °C), the fan remains off for approximately one minute. The fan operates at a faster speed than usual before and after the fan is stopped to lower the internal temperature. On, Off Note • This can be operated in "On" with REC signals supported by this function (Cinema EOS cameras, Canon professional-use video cameras, ARRI cinema cameras). • If the temperature inside the main unit increases while the fan is off, the message "Fan will be rotated as the temperature is high." is displayed and the fan starts rotating approximately ten seconds later. Since the temperature of the main unit has increased, the fan rotates faster than usual. • The video display's fan may start rotating earlier than the camera because the temperature inside the main unit has increased. • The fan may not stop in some conditions, for example when used at a high temperature. Camera Sets conditions to display camera information. Information Automatic: Camera information is displayed for 4 seconds when the information has changed. On: Camera information is always displayed.

  • Page 69: System Settings

    System Settings This menu is used to configure settings related the system of the video display. Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Function/Channel Button Sets the function or channel to assign to the F buttons or CH button. Display Sets the function to assign to the F buttons of the main unit. Select an F button and assign a Function/Display function from the following list ( 72). The factory defaults for the main unit F buttons is as follow: Function (CDL) Normal mode F1 : Contrast F2 : Brightness F3 : Time Code F4 : WFM/VEC F5 : Audio Level Meter F6 : Zoom Preset F7 : Hide OSD F8 : Peak Luminance Control CDL mode F1 : CDL R F2 : CDL G F3 : CDL B F4 : CDL Power F5 : CDL Offset F6 : CDL Slope...

  • Page 70

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Network Configures settings for the network of the video display. Note • Setting is disabled when "Power on Setting" is set to "User 1-3". Configure an IP Automatic: Configures an IP address automatically with DHCP/Automatic IP. Address Manual: Configure an IP address and subnet mask manually. Display 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 Display Name Sets the name of the main unit. You can input up to 16 alphanumeric characters. Power Indicator Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the power indicator on the main unit. The greater the number is, the greater the brightness. Off, 1 to 5 (3) Display Button LED Sets the F buttons and the lamp on the face. On, Off Fan Settings Sets the operation of internal fan. Fan Control Fan noise can be eliminated when the main unit is used during shooting or when silent operation is needed. Set this in advance to stop the fan manually or to stop the fan ( 68) by linking with the camera's REC signal. When this is set to "On", the mode changes so that the fan can be stopped. On, Off Fan Stop If "Fan Stop" is set to "On" and when "Fan Control" is set to "On", the fan can be stopped. At room...

  • Page 71

    Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default) Protect Target You can remove Picture Mode and Select Channel from the items to be protected. Picture Mode: Select "On" to protect or "Off" to exclude settings for "Picture Mode". On, Off Select Channel: Select "On" to protect or "Off" to exclude settings for "Select Channel". On, Off Protect Select "OK" to protect. When a password has been set, enter the password and select "OK". • Unlocking Protect Settings Move the selection frame to "Protect" and press the Jog dial for approximately 3 seconds. When a password has been set, enter the password and select "OK". Firmware Update This function is used to update the video display firmware. Refer to the Canon website for detailed information. Export/Import Sets the export/import main menu settings. Note • The following settings cannot be exported or imported. Adjustment Target values of Calibration (including calibration results) Display Settings Zoom Preset, Frame Hold Function Settings Test Pattern, Various Function (Monochrome, Blue Only, Red Off, Green Off, Blue Off) System Settings Date/Time, Fan Stop, Export/Import, Power on Setting • User LUT data cannot be exported or imported to "User 1 to 3" under "Target".

  • Page 72

    The following functions can also be assigned to an F button 69). Item Options Item Options Adjustment Picture Mode Gamma Contrast Brightness 2.35 Chroma Chroma up Sharpness ITU-R BT.1886 Backlight Control Canon Log Gamma Canon Log (HDR) Canon Log 2 HDR Range Canon Log 2 (HDR) Peak Luminance Control Canon Log 3 HDR/SDR View Canon Log 3 (HDR) Gain SMPTE ST 2084 Bias Hybrid Log-Gamma Y Hybrid Log-Gamma RGB Picture Mode SMPTE-C Gamma LUT 1 to Gamma LUT 8 CDL Preset ITU-R BT.709 User LUT ITU-R BT.2020 CDL R...

  • Page 73

    Item Options Item Options Display Settings Screen Scalling Function Settings Peaking Scaling Method Peaking 1 Zoom Preset Peaking 2 Zoom 1 Flase Color Zoom 2 Capture Zoom 3 Time Code Frame Hold WFM/VEC Background Color Wave Form Monitor Audio Settings SDI Group WFM Select Signal CH L Vector Scope CH R Audio Level Meter Volume Monochrome Audio Switch Blue Only Marker Settings Marker Preset Red Off Marker 1 Green Off Marker 2 Blue Off Marker 3 Camera Information Marker 4...

  • Page 74: Signal Information

    10-bit Display Luminance (Max/Min) 1000 - 0.005 cd/m Picture Rate 24.00 White Point x=0.313, y=0.329 Scanning Method Progressive/Progressive Primary Color Red x=0.640, y=0.330 (Transport/Picture) Primary Color Green x=0.300, y=0.600 Link Number Single/Link_1 Primary Color Blue x=0.150, y=0.060 * 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-V2420 Serial No. 000000000000 Firmware Ver. Usage Time* IP Address 192.168.0.1 Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0 MAC Address FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF * The "Usage Time" is not always "0" when you purchase the display due to factory inspection. OSD Menu...

  • Page 75: Main Specifications/performance

    Main specifications/Performance Panel Panel Type IPS LCD panel Screen Size 24 inch (61.1 cm) Aspect Ratio 17:9 Resolution 4096x2160 (8.8 megapixels) Active Display Area Approximately 540.7 x 285.1 mm Pixel Pitch 132 µm/193 ppi Panel Driver 1024 gradations, 10-bit for each RGB color Image quality Brightness (Standard) 100 cd/m View Angle (Up, Down, Left, Right) 89° (contrast ratio 10 : 1 or higher) Surface Treatment Anti-glare coating 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 510 W At factory shipment: Approximately 180 W Environmental Operating Temperature and humidity: 0 – 40 °C (32 – 104 °F), 20 – 85 %RH (no condensation) Conditions recommended: 15 – 30 °C (59 – 86 °F) Pressure: 700 – 1060 hPa Storage/ Temperature and humidity: - 20 – 40 ˚C (-4 – 104 °F), 20 – 85 %RH (no condensation)

  • Page 76

    Interface Input 3G/HD/SD-SDI 4 (1 systems) BNC (75Ω) receptacle terminal 3G-SDI: C ompliant with SMPTE 2048-2/274M/296/372/425-5/425-3/425-1/ 428-19/428-9 HD-SDI: Compliant with SMPTE 2048-2/274M/292-1/296/428-19/428-9 SD-SDI: Compliant with SMPTE 259M HDMI 1 (1 system) type A terminal Contents protection standard: HDCP 2.2 Output 3G/HD-SDI 4 (1 pass-thru systems) Head phone 1 stereo mini jack, Supported impedance: 32 Ω to 64 Ω Control 1 USB A receptacle terminal Universal Serial Bus Specification Revision 2.0 compliant LS (Low Speed)/FS (Full Speed)/HS (High Speed) mode compatible Compliant with Enhanced Host Controller Interface Specification for Universal Serial Bus Revision 1.0 1 RJ-45 terminal Compliant with IEEE802.3 10BASE-TX/IEEE802.3u 100BASE-TX Weight and dimensions are approximate. Error and omissions excepted. The information in this manual is verified as of August 2016. It is subject to change without notice. Main specifications/Performance...

  • Page 77: Dimensions

    Dimensions ■ Main Unit Front 594 (23.4) 567.6 (22.3) Rear (3.9) (3.9) 6-M4 Depth 5 (0.2) (Max.) Center of panel Side Bottom 195 (7.7) 61 (2.4) 47.5 (1.9) 4-M4 Depth 8 (0.3) (Max.) 355.4 (14.0) 40 (1.6) 493 (19.4) 2- 4.5 (0.2) 235 (9.3) Unit: mm (inch) Main specifications/Performance...

  • Page 78: Appendix

    Appendix Supported Signal Format ■ SDI Formats with "*" support audio signals. Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards SD-SDI 720x487i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE-259M 720x576i 50.00 Hz HD-SDI 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...

  • Page 79

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB* 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level A) 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...

  • Page 80

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI 2048x1080i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit (Level A) 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 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 428-9...

  • Page 81

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI 1920x1080P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level B) 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 4:4:4 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...

  • Page 82

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI 2048x1080P 47.95/48.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level B) SMPTE 372 SMPTE 2048-2 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...

  • Page 83

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards 3G-SDI 2048x1080PsF 23.98/24.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level B) 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 Dual Link 3G-SDI 1920x1080P 59.94/60 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-3 (Level A) 4:4:4 YCbCr SMPTE 274M 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1920x1080P 50 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr...

  • Page 84

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Dual Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160P 29.97/30 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-3 Square Division SMPTE 372 3840x2160PsF 29.97/30 Hz (Level B) SMPTE 274M 3840x2160P 25 Hz 3840x2160PsF 25 Hz 3840x2160P 23.98/24 Hz 3840x2160PsF 23.98/24 Hz 4096x2160P 29.97/30 Hz SMPTE 425-3 SMPTE 372 4096x2160PsF 29.97/30 Hz SMPTE 2048-2 4096x2160P 25 Hz 4096x2160PsF 25 Hz 4096x2160P 23.98/24 Hz 4096x2160PsF 23.98/24 Hz Dual Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160P 29.97/30 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-3 2 Sample Interleave SMPTE 372 3840x2160P 25 Hz (Level B) SMPTE 274M 3840x2160P 23.98/24 Hz...

  • Page 85

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level A) 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...

  • Page 86

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 4096x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level A) 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...

  • Page 87

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160P 59.94/60 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-5 2 Sample Interleave SMPTE 274M 3840x2160P 50 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit (Level A) 3840x2160P 29.97/30 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 25 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 23.98/24 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4096x2160P 59.94/60 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-5 SMPTE 428-9...

  • Page 88

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160i 50.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level B) 4:4:4 YCbCr SMPTE 372 SMPTE 274M 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 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160PsF 25.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr...

  • Page 89

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 4096x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 (Level B) 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 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE 425-1 SMPTE 372 4:2:2 YCbCr...

  • Page 90

    Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards Quad Link 3G-SDI 3840x2160P 59.94/60 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-5 2 Sample Interleave SMPTE 372 3840x2160P 50 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit (Level B) SMPTE 274M 3840x2160P 29.97/30 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 25 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 3840x2160P 23.98/24 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4096x2160P 59.94/60 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE 425-5...

  • Page 91

    ■ RAW Signal format 3840x2160P 59.94 Hz, 50.00 Hz, 29.97 Hz, 25.00 Hz, 24.00 Hz, 23.98 Hz 4096x2160P 59.94 Hz, 50.00 Hz, 29.97 Hz, 25.00 Hz, 24.00 Hz, 23.98 Hz ■ HDMI Signal format Color format/Color depth 640x480P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 8-bit 800x600P 60.00 Hz 1024x768P 60.00 Hz 720x480P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 720x576P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 1280x720P 59.94/60.00 Hz 1280x720P 50.00 Hz 1920x1080P 59.94/60.00 Hz 1920x1080i 59.94/60.00 Hz 1920x1080P 50.00 Hz 1920x1080i 50.00 Hz 1920x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 1920x1080P 25.00 Hz 1920x1080P 23.98/24.00 Hz 2048x1080P 59.94/60.00 Hz 2048x1080P 50.00 Hz 2048x1080P 29.97/30.00 Hz 2048x1080P 25.00 Hz 2048x1080P 23.98/24.00 Hz 3840x2160P 59.94/60.00 Hz 4:4:4 RGB 8-bit 4:4:4 YCbCr 8-bit 3840x2160P 50.00 Hz 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit 4:2:0 YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 3840x2160P 29.97/30.00 Hz...

  • Page 92: Image/frame Display

    Image/Frame Display ■ SDI Signal system Display Method 720x487 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 720x576 50.00 50.00 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...

  • Page 93

    Signal system Display Method 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 Appendix...

  • Page 94

    ■ HDMI Signal system Display Method 640x480 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 800x600 60.00 60.00 720x480P 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 720x576 50.00 50.00 1024x768 60.00 60.00 1280x720 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 1280x720 50.00 50.00 1920x1080 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 1920x1080 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 1920x1080 50.00 50.00 1920x1080 50.00 50.00 1920x1080 59.94/60.00 59.94/60.00 1920x1080...

  • Page 95: Error Messages

    Error Messages Message Description and Action Calibration Failed to initialize the external sensor. See CA-310 and CA-210 instruction manual. Calibration error. • Check the installation and connection of the external sensor and retry ( 26). • Perform matrix calibration of CA-310 and CA-210 26). Calibration is completed. Set the "Luminance" in calibration again ( 46). (Brightness setting is lower than target brightness.) Failed to detect the external sensor. Correctly connect the external sensor to the USB Please check the connection with the sensor. port of this main unit. Network Communication error. IP address may be in conflict or there may be a network communication error. Check the network environment. Invalid IP Address. Enter the correct IP address. Invalid Subnet Mask. Enter the correct subnet mask. Various settings, The USB memory is full. Use another USB memory or delete the content of CDL export the memory. Failed to write file. The USB memory may be defective or protected.

  • Page 96

    Message Description and Action Hardware error Backlight error. Disconnect the power cord, reconnect it, and then turn on the power. Fan error. If the message persists, contact Canon Customer Panel error. Center. I/F error. System error. Invalid operation due to high temperature. The temperature inside the main unit is high. Turn off the power and wait until the fan stops. Input signal No Signal Displayed when there is no video signal input. Unsupported Unsupported video signal is input. Check the supported signal format ( 78). "Input Configuration" is different from Payload. Check the "Input Configuration" ( 49) and "Signal Information" ( 74) settings. Reset any incorrect "Input Configuration" settings. Operation Invalid operation. Operation is disabled. Check the setting items. "Protect Settings" is on. To use the OSD menu, move the selection frame to "Protect" and press the jog dial for approximately 3 seconds. "CDL/User LUT Bypass" is on. When "CDL/User LUT Bypass" is turned "On", you cannot adjust "Power", "Saturation", "Offset", or "Slope".

  • Page 97: Troubleshooting

    • Press the button. (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: • Press the button. • 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 : - Turn on the power with the button. - The temperature of the display rises (or falls) depend on operation environment. Check the environmental conditions ( 75) and do not use in direct sunlight. - If the power still does not turn on, contact Canon Customer Center. The image does not display. • Set each item in "Channel Settings" according to input signal. There is a blank area when set to Quad • There may be no input signal. Look at the display area icon in the Input/Dual Input.

  • Page 98

    Symptom Cause and Action "Aspect Marker", " Safety Zone Marker " or • A channel with no signal, unsupported signal, or with "Input "Area Marker" does not appear. Configuration" not set may be selected. Check the signal. The fan starts to rotate even when "Fan" • The fan operates to lower the temperature inside the main unit. The fan under "Camera Link" is set to "On" or stops operating when the temperature inside has lowered. "Fan Stop" is set to "On". • When "Fan" under "Camera Link" is set to "On", the down time may not match the camera. The fan does not stop even when "Fan" • The fan does not stop if the temperature inside the main unit is high. under "Camera Link" is set to "On" or Configure settings after the internal temperature has lowered.

  • Page 99: 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 • libpng...

  • Page 100

    ■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 101: Index

    Firmware Ver. ............. 74 Calibration ............26, 46 Format ............... 50 Camera Information ........... 68 Frame Hold ............... 54 Camera Link .............. 67 Function/Channel Button ........... 69 Canon Log, CanonLog 2, Canon Log 3 ....39, 41 Function Guide ............66 CDL Export/CDL Import ..........30 Function Settings ............61 CDL/User LUT Bypass ..........44 Center Marker ............60 Channel Name ............. 31, 50 Channel Settings ............49 Chroma ..............

  • Page 102

    Gain R/G/B ..............40 Native Input Resolution (Screen Scaling) ....52 Gamma ..............41 Nearest Neighbor ............53 Gamma LUT .............. 41 Network ..............70 Gamut LUT ..............40 Gray (20%) (Test Pattern) ........... 65 Green Off ..............66 Offset ................ 44 Green (Test Pattern) ........... 65 OSD Menu ............22, 33 Grid Marker ............... 60 OSD Position ............. 66 OSD Size .

  • Page 103

    Sharpness ..............39 Signal Information ............74 Single Input ............... 49 Slope ................. 44 SMPTE-C ..............39 Speed Priority ............54 Square Division ............49 Subnet Mask ............. 70 System Information ............ 74 System Settings ............69 Test Pattern ............... 65 Time Code ..............62 Usage Time ............... 74 USB .............. 12, 26, 28 User 1-7 ..............39 User LUT ..............

  • Page 104

    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 105

    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 106

    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 107

    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.

  • Page 108

    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-0013-000 © CANON INC. 2016...

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