Nokia OZO camera Manual
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1 1 . . Protective Cover (comes fitted to camera)
2 2 . . Large tripod adapter (comes fitted to camera)
3 3 . . OZO Professional VR Camera PC-01


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  • Page 1 O Z O O Z O C A M E R A C A M E R A Box Content Box Content 1 1 . . Protective Cover (comes fitted to camera) 2 2 . . Large tripod adapter (comes fitted to camera) 3 3 .
  • Page 2 4 4 . . Media Cable MC-01, for USB3 data transfer to computer directly from Media Module or cartridge in Docking Station. 5 5 . . Docking Station DS-01, for battery charging and data transfer 6 6 . . Small tripod adapter 7 7 .
  • Page 3 This is the most reliable way of handling the device. Lift the Camera at the "tail" applying a firm and safe grip. Additionally you can hold the device by the OZO Tripod adapter if it is properly attached. Mounting Mounting...
  • Page 4 Securely mounting a base plate (A) to the tripod adapter (B) is recommended. The Device is delivered with the large OZO Tripod adapter attached. The large OZO tripod adapter includes 5 x standard 3/8" tripod mounting hole. The included alternative small OZO tripod adapter includes 1 x standard 3/8"...
  • Page 5: Connecting Power

    For streaming data through SDI and supplying external power, remove the connector cap (A) located below the "tail" section by using the provided T6 Torx tool. For stand alone use, place the connector cap back in the slot and tighten by hand without excessive torque.
  • Page 6: Cartridge Replacement

    Insert the external power plug into the device firmly, and rotate the lock ring (A) clockwise until it is tight. Always ensure the external plug is fully inserted, otherwise the device may not power up, or may use battery power only. Cartridge Replacement Cartridge Replacement...
  • Page 7: Charging Battery

    Before you start make sure the device is stable and mounted correctly. 1. Pull the latch (A) to it's full extension to release the cartridge. Do not pull the cartridge while doing so. 2. Pull the cartridge (B) out (and close the latch).
  • Page 8: Extracting Data

    Extracting Data Extracting Data Connect the supplied USB cable from the Docking Station (A) to a computer with the OZO Creator application installed. Insert the Digital Cartridge (B) with a Media Module inside. Alternatively, connect the supplied USB cable directly between a Media Module (C) and the computer.
  • Page 9: Basic Operation

    The OZO Remote Application is needed for example to set and monitor the exposure of the OZO Camera. The OZO Creator Application is used to process and deploy the captured content to post production tools.
  • Page 10 (by blinking The OZO Remote host computer must have slowly). WiFi enabled to connect to the OZO Camera. Once the booting has finished the indicator The WiFi-button indicator discontinues discontinues blinking and remains lit. The blinking and remains lit to indicate a device always boots into "Broadcasting"...
  • Page 11 Broadcasting over SDI Capturing You can switch from Standby-mode to Press the Capture button to start or stop Broadcasting either by sliding the power- capturing to the internal storage. button (A) to the outmost right position and While capturing to the internal Media Module release (as you did for power on) or by using the Capture button indicator (C) is the controls in the camera-mode panel of the...
  • Page 12 Note: The Rift DK2 display may be in portrait orientation and it must be rotated to landscape orientation. This gets fixed by applying the correct settings: 5. Click the "Gather Windows" button (4) to bring the "Rift DK2" settings window to the main display and apply these following settings (5) to (7): Resolution: Best for display/ Rotation: 90°/ Refresh Rate: 75 Hertz...
  • Page 13 6. After changing the settings, you might need to click "Gather Windows" (8) again to access the Rift DK2 settings. You need to confirm (9) the changes within 15 seconds to keep them.
  • Page 14 Compatible SDI Adapter Compatible SDI Adapter OZO can be used together with Blackmagic SDI adapters. The adapter requires driver installation only. No additional setup is needed. Please visit for download and support.
  • Page 15 R E M O T E Introduction Introduction OZO Remote is an application that allows you to remotely and wirelessly control the OZO Camera and live preview captures. It is needed, for example, to set and monitor the exposure of the OZO Camera.
  • Page 16 Click on the Camera in the panel to connect. To disconnect, use the command "Disconnect" from the "Connection" menu. The wireless range will depend on the operating environment, and is consistent with other Wi-Fi 802.11 systems, that is typically 50-200 ft (15-16-m). Broadcasting and Standby Broadcasting and Standby OZO Cameras can be in broadcasting or standby mode.
  • Page 17 SDI Signal SDI Signal The SDI signal is provided by the connected OZO Camera. If the SDI signal is not displayed by OZO Remote, make sure the SDI cables are properly attached to the Camera, an SDI adapter has been set up in your computer and the connected OZO Camera is in broadcasting mode.
  • Page 18 Double-clicking on any stream enters or exits the single Camera mode. Combining the rectilinear and single Camera mode allows free panning through the scene. Live Preview with Oculus Rift DK2 Live Preview with Oculus Rift DK2 OZO Remote supports interactive Live Virtual Reality Preview with an Oculus Rift DK2 headset. Follow the headset setup instructions to use it with OZO Remote.
  • Page 19 Managing the OZO Camera Settings Managing the OZO Camera Settings OZO Remote can be used to upgrade the Camera firmware and calibration file. Firmware Upgrade Firmware Upgrade It is important to keep the firmware updated with the latest releases to ensure the device operates with optimum stability and performance.
  • Page 20 The basic OZO Creator workflow of managing assets starts by importing files that were captured by the OZO Camera on either the OZO Media Module or an external drive to the Stage. To import assets to the Stage you can use any of the import options in the "Stage" menu (or the import-button below the Stage).
  • Page 21 The editorial can be imported to digital audio workstations. Spatial audio captured with the OZO Camera can be exported as loudspeaker signals. OZO Creator automatically processes the spatial audio for the selected loudspeaker layout.
  • Page 22 Preview and Analysis Preview and Analysis A selection on the Stage or Timeline is automatically made available for preview. The playback controls provide the basic means to play, pause and skip between logical keypoints. Paused frames are automatically rendered for High Resolution preview. Asset previewing and Timeline previewing are using dedicated rulers and playheads to make switching back and forth between them more convenient.
  • Page 23: Files And Formats

    Trimming In/Out Trimming In/Out Precise trimming of an item on the timeline is done by positioning the playhead and using the trim-buttons. A quick way is to use the items in and out handles. Setting the timeline in and out is currently only done by dragging the timeline handles. P R E V I E W P R E V I E W OZO Preview is a simple application that allows you to play previews rendered by OZO Creator...
  • Page 24 Preview with Oculus Rift DK2 Preview with Oculus Rift DK2 OZO Preview supports Virtual Reality Preview with an Oculus Rift DK2 headset. Follow the headset setup instructions to use it with OZO Preview. You can toggle the preview between your computer display and the headset with the HMD button in the toolbar or the "View in HMD"...
  • Page 25 4 4 . . Select your network midi session. 5 5 . . In "Setup" > "Preferences", go to the "Synchronization" tab and activate both "Machine Chases Memory Location" and "Machine Follows Edit Insertion/Scrub". 6 6 . . In your transport controls activate "GEN MTC". You might need to adapt your project to account for ˜600ms of startup buffering latency of the player, after which the content should be in sync.
  • Page 26 Remote Creator Preview Show / Hide clipping low • • Cmd + [ Show / Hide clipping high • • Cmd + ] Show / Hide midrange • • Cmd + / Toggle rectilinear/fisheye view • • Center rectlinear or HMD view •...
  • Page 27 Remote Creator Preview Move 1 frame backward • • Left Move 1 frame forward • • Right Move 1 second backward • • Move 1 second forward • • Down OZO Remote Shortcuts OZO Remote Shortcuts Connection Connection Disconnect Alt+ Cmd + K View View Toggle preview illuminant...
  • Page 28 Save as shift + Cmd + S Edit Edit Undo Cmd + Z Redo Shift + Cmd + Z Cmd + X Copy Cmd + C Paste Cmd + V Stage Stage Import capture Cmd + I Import DPX Shift + Cmd + I Import audio Alt + Cmd + I Export selected asset...
  • Page 29 Zoom out Cmd + - Default zoom Cmd + 0 OZO Preview Shortcuts OZO Preview Shortcuts File File Open Cmd + O View View Toggle Loop Mute / Unmute audio Show / Hide info overlay Disable / Enable MTC sync W A R N I N G S W A R N I N G S...
  • Page 30 Ventilation Ventilation Do not cover the ventilation opening (A). The Device is cooled by air flowing between the outer and inner structure. Keep the device ventilation upright (B). Covering the opening or mounting the device in a way that the openings are not vertically on top of each other would prevent the air from flowing.
  • Page 31 Capture or broadcast will stop on overheat. The Device is protected against overheating by switching to standby when the temperature of the device exceeds a set limit (A). Switching to standby discontinues any kind of capturing because the sensors are powered down.
  • Page 32: Protective Cover

    Operating Temperature Operating Temperature The device should only be used between +32°F and +77°F (0°C and +25°C). Do not use outside this range. Storage Temperature Storage Temperature The device should be stored between -4°F and +122°F (-20°C and +50°C). Do not store outside this range.
  • Page 33: Safety And Handling

    Do not remove the protective cover until the device is fully mounted. Keeping the protective cover on the device for as long as possible decreases the risk of lens damage significantly. To remove or attach the cover, open it only the necessary amount.
  • Page 34: General Warnings

    Handle with care. Mount correctly. The device weight is 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs) including The device must be mounted securely before the digital cartridge. use according to the instructions given in the section "Mounting" p. 16. Do not lift the device by holding the protective cover or cartridge.
  • Page 35 charger may present a risk of fire, explosion, high moisture or humidity. leakage, or other hazard. Repairs / opening the device Repairs / opening the device Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic or conductive objects to contact the battery Repairs should be performed only by qualified terminals.
  • Page 36: Warranty

    Standard Product Warranty Standard Product Warranty A standard product warranty is granted to the original Buyer by Nokia for a period of one (1) year, parts and labor, for the camera, excluding the batteries. ("Standard Product Warranty") The standard warranty for batteries is ninety (90) days from the date of delivery of the products to Buyer.
  • Page 37 Nokia. Any parts replaced by Nokia during warranty repair are the property of Nokia and will not be returned to Buyer. Nokia may use refurbished parts for repairs or replacements. Nokia products are compatible with Nokia software, Nokia parts, and Nokia products only.
  • Page 38 Modification statement Modification statement Nokia Technologies Ltd has not approved any changes or modifications to this device by the user. Any changes or modifications could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Nokia Technologies Ltd n'approuve aucune modification apportée à l'appareil par l'utilisateur, quelle qu'en soit la nature.
  • Page 39 autre émetteur. FCC Class B digital device notice FCC Class B digital device notice This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.

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