Selecting And Operating A Camera; Selecting A Camera; Operating A Camera - Canon RC-IP100 User Manual

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Selecting and Operating a
Camera

Selecting a Camera

Follow the steps below to specify a camera number and select
a camera to operate.
.
1 Display the home screen.
If the home screen does not appear, tap the [HOME] button
on the screen.
2 Tap the left/right buttons of [CAM Group] at the
bottom of the operation panel to select a camera
group.
3 Tap the left/right buttons of [CAM Number] at the
bottom of the operation panel to select a camera
number.
Memo :
0 [Camera Number/Camera Group] under the [CAMERA/
PRESET] tab can also be used to select a camera using the
following steps.
Tap [Group] to light up the button, followed by selecting a
0
group number.
Tap the [Group] button again to turn off the button's light,
0
followed by tapping a camera number.

Selecting and Operating a Camera

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Operating a Camera

Operating the PTZ (pan/ tilt/ zoom)
1 Select a camera to operate.
(A P8 "Selecting a Camera")
2 Tilt the control lever toward the direction you want
the camera to move (pan/ tilt operation).
0 Tilt the lever to the left and right to move horizontally (pan)
and tilt it up and down to move vertically (tilt).
0 The speed of the pan/tilt operation can be adjusted using
the F1/F2/F4 knobs.
(A P9 "Changing an Assigned Function")
0 The movement speed changes depending on the tilt angle
of the lever.
3 Operate the zoom lever to adjust the size of the
field of view (zoom operation).
0 Press the T-end of the lever to magnify the subject
(Telephoto) and press the W-end to make the subject
appear smaller (Wide-angle).
0 The zoom speed changes according to the extent the
zoom lever is being pushed.
0 Zoom operation can also be performed by assigning the
F3 knob with the "ZOOM" function.
(A P9 "Changing an Assigned Function")
0 The zoom movement speed changes depending on the
angle of rotation of the lever.
Performing focus operation
1 Set the focus mode to "MF".
Assign the USER1 or USER2 button with "Focus Mode",
followed by tapping the button to switch to MF.
(A P9 "Changing an Assigned Function")
2 Turn the F1 knob.
Turn counterclockwise: Focus on near objects.
Turn clockwise
Memo :
0 The F2, F3 or F4 knob can also be assigned with the focusing
function.
(A P9 "Changing an Assigned Function")
One-Shot AF
Tapping the F4 knob performs focusing automatically. The focus
mode switches to MF.
Memo :
0 The F4 knob needs to be assigned with "Focus/One Shot
AF".
: Focus on distant objects.

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