Changing An Assigned Function; Selecting A Preset - Canon RC-IP100 User Manual

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Changing an Assigned Function

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Functions assigned to a knob or button can be changed.
The following describes the steps to assign the F1 knob with
"Focus" and the USER1 button with "Focus Mode".
1 Select [F1] on the operation panel.
2 Select "Focus" from the function selection area
on the right side of the screen.
If the function you want to select is not displayed, tap
to jump to the next page.
3 Select [USER1] on the operation panel.
4 Select "Focus Mode" from the function selection
area on the right side of the screen.
If the function you want to select is not displayed, tap
to jump to the next page.
You can switch between "AF" and "MF" focus using the
USER1 button. Setting focus to "MF" allows you to adjust the
focus using the F1 knob.
5 Tap the [ENTER] button.
Tapping the [ENTER] button confirms the selected setting
and returns the display to home screen. Tapping the [HOME]
button cancels the selected setting and returns the display to
home screen.
Memo :
0 The functions that can be assigned to each button or knob
are as follows. Some functions might not be configurable
depending on the camera to be connected, and the menus
cannot be operated in this case.
F1/F2
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Focus, Iris, Gain, WB R : Gain, WB B : Gain, PT Speed, Focus
Speed, Zoom Speed, Shutter Speed, Clear Scan,
Slow(Second), AGC Limit, AE Shift, Color Temperature, R
Gain, B Gain, Sharpness : Level, Sharpness : Limit, Noise
Reduction, Knee : Slope, Knee : Point, Knee : Saturation,
Master Pedestal, Master Black R, Master Black B, Black
Gamma Level, Black Gamma Range, Black Gamma Point,
Color Matrix : Gain, Color Matrix : Phase, Color Matrix : R-G,
Color Matrix : G-R, Color Matrix : B-R, Color Matrix : R-B,
Color Matrix : G-B, Color Matrix : B-G
F3
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Zoom, Iris, Focus, None
USER1/USER2
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Shooting Mode, Iris, Shutter Mode, Gain, ND Filter, Metering
Mode, None, One Shot AF, Focus Mode, White Balance
Mode, WB Calibration, Rec, Preset Color Settings, Gamma,
Color Space, Color Matrix, HLG Color, Noise Reduction,
KneeーActivate, Knee-Automatic
F4
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Focus/One Shot AF, PT Speed/None

Selecting a Preset

What is preset?
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This system allows multiple shooting positions and settings
to be registered for one camera. Such a registered shooting
position or setting is referred to as a "preset". Up to 100
presets can be registered for a remote camera. This product
manages the presets by dividing them into 10 groups. For
example, the first preset of the camera corresponds to the
first preset of Group 1 on this product, while the 11th preset
corresponds to the first preset of Group 2.
Selecting a Preset
Follow the steps below to specify a preset number for retrieving
the corresponding camera shooting position or setting.
1 Select a camera to operate.
(A P8 "Selecting a Camera")
2 Tap the [VIEW] button on the operation panel.
3 Select the [CAMERA/PRESET] tab.
4 Tap [Group] of [Preset No./Preset Group] to light
up the button, followed by selecting a group
number.
5 Tap the [Group] button again to turn off the
button's light, followed by tapping a preset
number.
The registered shooting position or setting is being retrieved.
Memo :
0 The number of the button is displayed in white if a preset
number is registered to it.
Registering a Preset
1 Select a camera to operate.
(A P8 "Selecting a Camera")
2 Tap the [STORE] button on the operation panel.
3 Select the [CAMERA/PRESET] tab.
4 Tap [Group] of [Preset No./Preset Group] to light
up the button, followed by selecting a group
number.
5 Tap the [Group] button again to turn off the
button's light, followed by tapping a preset
number.
6 Tap the [ENTER] button.
The current shooting position or setting is registered to the
preset number of the selected preset group.
Deleting a Registered Preset
1 Select a camera to operate.
(A P8 "Selecting a Camera")
2 Tap the [DELETE] button on the operation panel.
3 Select the [CAMERA/PRESET] tab.
4 Tap [Group] of [Preset No./Preset Group] to light
up the button, followed by selecting a group
number.
5 Tap the [Group] button again to turn off the
button's light, followed by tapping a preset
number.
6 Tap the [ENTER] button.
The registration information of the selected preset number of
the preset group is deleted.
Selecting and Operating a Camera
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