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CAMERA CONTROL NETWORK ADAPTOR
CNA-1
TECHNICAL MANUAL
[English]
1st Edition (Revised 1)

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  • Page 1 CAMERA CONTROL NETWORK ADAPTOR CNA-1 TECHNICAL MANUAL [English] 1st Edition (Revised 1)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    How does the CNA-1 work? ..........3 Terminology ..............3 Application example ............3 Sony camera control application ........3 Your system participates in CNS as “Sony Camera” ...3 CNA-1 Configuration ..........4 Examples of system configurations........4 One camera control by your system ......4 Multiple camera control application with your system ..............5...
  • Page 3: Overview

    Abstract Your system can control a Sony Camera via CNA-1 (RCP- mode configured) with SSCP. CNA-1 is a network point that works as a “Protocol converter”. It acts as an entrance to the Sony Camera Network System (CNS). Your system...
  • Page 4: Cna-1 Configuration

    CNA-1 Configuration Examples of system configurations One camera control by your system Your system work as controller Camera head Network hub Bridge mode CNA-1 CNA-1 setup For details of the following setting items, see “Operation Manual (page 17).” CNS Configuration...
  • Page 5: Multiple Camera Control Application With Your System

    Device No. Configuration for CNA-1 In this case, Device number of CNA-1 must be set to different number from RCPs connected to the network. CNA-1 will be recognized as one of RCP and CNA-1’s Device number is handled as RCP number in CNS.
  • Page 6: Your System Controlled By Sony Rcp Peer-To-Peer

    Your system controlled by Sony RCP peer-to-peer Your system work as camera Bridge mode Network hub CNA-1 CNA-1 setup For details of the following setting items, see “Operation Manual (page 17). ” CNS Configuration CNS Mode Bridge Master Mode Disable...
  • Page 7: Your System Participates In Cns As One Of Sony Camera

    CNA-1’s Device number is handled as CCU number in CNS. CNA-1’s Device number is set to (3). Therefore, MSU can find CNA-1 as Camera (3) and also RCP (3) can control CNA-1 as Camera (3).
  • Page 8: System/Command Log Configuration

    • Do not operate CNA-1 with USB flash drive. USB flash drive is development use only. CNA-1 can record system event log and SSCP command log. Log processing with USB flash drive may interfere with This utility function assists you to develop and validate CNA-1’s SSCP connection if an inserted USB flash drive...
  • Page 9: Sony Simple Camera Protocol

    Data: ASCII character codes: CNA-1 configured for RCP mode • Available ASCII printable characters: 1 CNA-1 searches for a Sony Camera or Sony CCU by CNS – Lower alpha: “a” .. “z” configuration. – Higher alpha: “A” .. “Z” – Digit: “0” .. “9”...
  • Page 10: Examples Of Using Commands

    CNA-1 configured for CAM mode • Knee (Bit5) = ON • Gamma (Bit4) = ON 1 After booting CNA-1, it listens to the specified TCP port, • Flare (Bit3) = OFF and awaits connection from your system immediately. • S-EVS (Bit2) = OFF •...
  • Page 11: Types Of The Command

    Other command query. Depends on CMD-GP, details are described in the list of commands. Absolute control: Set the state at the PARAM0 address to PARAM1 or a response of the value of the parameter from the Camera. Sony Simple Camera Protocol...
  • Page 12: Rules

    Panel Active command and your system’s Panel Active state should be controlled by the CNS Master device because CNA-1 behaves in the same way as the Sony Control Panel in RCP-mode. In a single connection (CNA-1 configured Bridge mode of CNS setting), the permission control is managed by CNA-1 itself.
  • Page 13: Appendix

    Send command to Invalid Valid command CNA-1 Send command Return complete Send failed to start Command filtering NOP, put off (Connection refused) the command Unknown Operative command command Return to start Change your system status Status change complete Sony Simple Camera Protocol...
  • Page 14: Example Of Startup Sequence (Your System Works As Controller)

    12: [SSCP] scan_camera_status ( ) Send status query command(s) your system want to receive 13: [SPP] scan_camera_status ( ) 14: change camera status ( ) 15: [SPP] reply_status ( ) 16: [SSCP] reply_status ( ) 17: refresh ( ) Sony Simple Camera Protocol...
  • Page 15: Example Of Startup Sequence (Your System Works As Camera)

    10: [SPP] start_session ( ) 11: [SPP] session_accept ( ) 12: [SPP] scan_camera_status ( ) 13: [SSCP] send_command ( ) 14: change_camera_status ( ) 15: [SSCP] reply_command ( ) 16: [SPP] reply_camera_status ( ) 17: Refresh_display ( ) Sony Simple Camera Protocol...
  • Page 16: Extended Commands Of Optional Software

    HZC-MSCN1 that enables “MSU-mode” of Emulation command has to be added to a head of control command to mode. In MSU-mode, CNA-1 works as a Sony MSU in Camera control the destination of the command. Network System to handle multiple control sessions between A command with “Address Selector”...
  • Page 17 Your system has to wait 50msec or more if your system requires responses from Camera/CCU. Session switching by “Camera Select” command takes several tens of milliseconds to ready to setup session between CNA-1 and Camera/CCU. Address Selector command Format: Add an attribute to control a command destination.
  • Page 18: Rcp Assignment Control (Hzc-Racn1)

    RCP Assignment control (HZC-RACN1) Overview RCP assignment function is for managing the assignment between RCP and Camera on Sony Camera Network System (CNS). You can get their assignment status and change them. This chapter explains how the SSCP commands work with RCP assignment by showing some concrete examples.
  • Page 19: Rcp Assignment Control Commands

    “01”: RCP Status which is represented by bit CNS Master device, you need one Master device in you CNS, info. and the task of CMD-GP 0x6d is communication with Master bit 1: 0 = Assignment is default, 1 = device. Assignment has been changed bit 0: 0 = not Available, 1 = Available Each command in this group is distinguished by PARAM0.
  • Page 20: Commands To Get Camera Status Information

    Commands to get Camera status information Receive: “6d,89,05,fe,01,01,00,01\n” Reply from Master is: Camera No.1 is available. There are four kinds of commands to get Camera status information from CNS Master device. Each kind has request 2. Request status of Camera No.1, Camera No.2 and Camera command and reply command.
  • Page 21: Commands To Get Rcp Status Information

    Receive: Example: “6d,8b,26,fe,0c,01,00,01,02,00,00,03,00,00,04,00,0 1. Request status of RCP No.1. 1,05,00,00,06,00,00,07,00,00,08,00,00,09,00,00,0a, Send: “6d,4d,05,fe,12,01,00,01\n” 00,00,0b,00,00,0c,00,00\n” Receive: “6d,8d,08,fe,12,01,00,01,fe,01,01\n” Reply from Master is: Reply from Master is: There are 12 Cameras. RCP No.1 is assigned to Camera No.1, its assignment is Camera No.1 and No.4 are available, and others are not default and it is available.
  • Page 22: Commands To Change Rcp Assignment Status

    Parameters: “fe”: Fixed value. No other value is permitted. DLEN: Data length after “[DLEN]” CAM No.: Camera to which you want to assign, “fe,12”: Fixed value. No other value is permitted. “01”-“60” (1-96 in Decimal), “00”=None NUM: Number of parameters on this “00,00”: Fixed value.
  • Page 23 Reset All RCP assignment status ” Type Format Request 6d,ae,02,fe,12\n Reply same as reply of “Get RCP status info” (Reply contains RCP status info of which assignment has been changed) Parameters: None Example: When RCP No.1 is assigned to Camera No.1, and RCP No.4 is assigned to Camera No.1.
  • Page 24: List Of Available Commands

    CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) * Receive only When Sony CCU inputs a Tally signal via External I/O, The CCU sends the tally command to CNA-1 TALLY_ tally 0x08 0x20 – command DATA TALLY_DATA= bit0 Red...
  • Page 25 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) Bit5-0 00: 1/60 01: 1/100 02: 1/125 03: 1/250 04: 1/500 05: 1/1000 06: 1/2000 07: 1/3000 shutter_ INC/DEC 0x00 – 08: 1/4000 speed value 09: 1/5000 0A: 1/10000 0B: 1/32 0C: 1/33...
  • Page 26 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) Bit5-0 00: 1 01: 0.95 02: 0.90 03: 0.85 04: 0.80 05: 0.75 06: 0.70 07: 0.65 master_ INC/DEC 08: 0.60 gamma_ 0x06 – value 09: 0.55 select 0A: 0.50 0B: 0.45...
  • Page 27 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) hyper_ INC/DEC gamma_ 0x16 – value select user_gamma INC/DEC 0x17 – _select value Bit5-0 blk_gamma_ 00: Low Range INC/DEC RGB_low_ 0x18 – 01: Lower Middle Range value range 02: Higher Middle Range...
  • Page 28 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) Bit5-0 00: -6dB 01: -3dB 02: 0dB 03: 3dB 04: 6dB 05: 9dB 06: 12dB 07: 15dB 08: 18dB 09: 21dB acg_max_ 0A: 24dB INC/DEC 0x21 –...
  • Page 29 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) Bit5-0 00: 0% (OFF) 01: 5% 02: 10% 03: 15% 04: 20% 05: 25% 06: 30% 07: 35% 08: 40% ns_level_ INC/DEC 09: 45% 0x2a – mode value 0A: 50%...
  • Page 30 7: CHU Saturation Enable * If your system (works as Camera) has Saturation control function, your system should send this command with bit7=1 to chu_system_ ON/OFF bit Sony Control Panel. 0x85 – mode value 6: ECS Display Type 5-2: N/A...
  • Page 31 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) flicker_ reduction_ ON/OFF bit 7-1: N/A 0x99 – power_ value 0: 50Hz=0, 60Hz=1 frequency chu_mode_ ON/OFF bit 0xa0 – 7: Adaptive Matrix sw00 value 6-0: N/A 7: N/A 6: Auto ND ON 5: AE ON...
  • Page 32 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) detail_black_ 0x0e value H value L limiter master_ black_ 0x10 value H value L gamma black_ 0x11 value H value L gamma_R black_ 0x12 value H value L gamma_G black_...
  • Page 33 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) skin_detail_ 0x44 value H value L Effective size = 10bits width chu_optical_ 0x47 value H value L Effective size = 15bits unsigned level skin_detail2_ 0x54 value H value L phase skin_detail2_...
  • Page 34 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) matrix_GR_ 0xa3 value H value L matrix_BR_ 0xa4 value H value L matrix_RG_ 0xa5 value H value L Effective size = 10bits matrix_BG_ 0xa6 value H value L matrix_RB_B 0xa7...
  • Page 35 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) SD_detail_ 0xe2 value H value L H/V_ratio SD_detail_ 0xe3 value H value L limitter SD_detail_ 0xe4 value H value L white_limitter SD_detail_ 0xe5 value H value L black_limitter Function Word...
  • Page 36 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) Only absolute control. This command helps you to send Bit-type command absolutely. PARAM0-1 are same as an absolute Bit Other chu_switch_ MASK_ Utility 0x29 SW_ADDR SW_DATA command.
  • Page 37 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) mono_ 0x07 value H value L saturation mono_hue 0x08 value H value L crop_ 0x70 value H value L position SD_detail_ 0x8c value H value L limiter SD_detail_ 0x8d...
  • Page 38 Command Command Command Command CMD_GP PARAM0 PARAM1 PARAM2 Usage Category Type Name (Relative/ Absolute) request_ camera_ 0x48 COMMAND number_ range_info reply_of_ camera_ 0x88 COMMAND number_ range_info request_ camera_ 0x49 COMMAND status reply_of_ camera_ 0x89 COMMAND status request_ available_ 0x4a COMMAND camera_ status_list reply_of_...
  • Page 39 0xae COMMAND assignment_ reset Format list * If your system works as Camera that need to display a Sutter value on Sony Control Panel, your system must send Format value with these commands in advance. chu_ mode04 format_mode (0x91) chu_system_mode (0x85)
  • Page 40 Sony Corporation CNA-1 (SY) 4-431-827-02(1) © 2012...