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  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    R E A L I T Y Connecting Power Connecting SDI Cartridge Replacement Charging Battery Extracting Data OZO Applications Basic Operation 25 - 26 W A R R A N T Y A N D L E G A L Warranty 28 - 29...
  • Page 3: Box Content

    Media Module MM-01, including 500GB solid state storage The Protective NANUK 950 carrying case is intended for normal transportation NOTE: Due to the size the case should travel as hold luggage when flying with of OZO and included accessories. Please keep the cardboard shipping box and OZO but the cartridges (containing Li-Ion batteries) should be removed and packing, and reuse when transporting the camera by courier or shipping agent.
  • Page 4: W A R N I N G S

    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 W A R N I N G S from flowing.
  • Page 5: Overheating

    Overheating Operating and Storage Temperature Capture or broadcast will stop on Operating Temperature overheat The device should only be used The Device is protected against between +32°F and +77°F (0°C and overheating by switching to standby +25°C). Do not use outside this range. when the temperature of the device exceeds a set limit (A).
  • Page 6: Protective Cover

    Protective Cover Safety and Handling Do not remove the protective cover Handle with care Mount correctly until the device is fully mounted. The device weight is 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs) The device must be mounted Keeping the protective cover on including the digital cartridge. securely before use according to the device for as long as possible the instructions given in the section Do not lift the device by holding the...
  • Page 7: General Warnings

    General Warnings Do not drop the device Only use the battery with a charging Promptly dispose of used batteries in Repairs / opening the device system that has been qualified for use accordance with local regulations. Repairs should be performed only by If the device is dropped, it may be with the system. Use of an unqualified Battery usage by children should be damaged or modified externally or...
  • Page 8: B A S I C S

    This is the most reliable way of handling the device. Lift the device 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. B A S I C S...
  • Page 9: Mounting

    The Device is delivered with the large Carefully remove the mounted OZO Tripod adapter attached. adapter using an M8 tool. The large OZO tripod adapter Attach the alternative adapter (B). includes 5 x standard 3/8” tripod Apply exactly 20 Nm with a mounting hole.
  • Page 10: Connector Cap Removal

    Connector Cap Removal Connecting SDI For streaming data through SDI and Attaching 3G-SDI card supplying external power, remove Carefully remove the 3G-SDI SFP+ the connector cap (A) located below card from the ESD bag, and insert the “tail” section by using the it firmly into the SFP+ socket (B).
  • Page 11: Cartridge Replacement

    Connecting Power Cartridge Replacement Insert the external power plug into Before you start make sure the the device firmly, and rotate the lock device is stable and mounted ring (A) clockwise until it is tight. correctly. Always ensure the external plug is Pull the latch to it’s full fully inserted, otherwise the device...
  • Page 12: Charging Battery

    Insert a Digital Cartridge (A) into the Connect the supplied USB cable Docking Station (B). from the Docking Station (A) to a computer with the OZO Creator Ensure a power cable is connected to application installed. Insert the the Docking Station.
  • Page 13: Ozo Applications

    The device always boots connection to the OZO Remote The OZO Preview Application is a tool into “Broadcasting” mode to allow Application. to quickly access and view rendered immediate preview over SDI.
  • Page 14: Basic Operation

    To monitor the live image from the external device. Camera make sure the SDI adapter and cables are connected to your OZO Remote host computer. Use the Capture Settings panel in OZO Remote to set the exposure.
  • Page 15: Warranty

    GIVEN BY NOKIA AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER and all warranties unless otherwise approved tion of the product in accordance with the WARRANTIES EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED.
  • Page 16: Regulatory And Safety Notices

    The antenna should be Nokia Technologies Ltd has not approved any and, if not installed and used in accordance with CAN ICES-3 (B) / NMB-3 (B)
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