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  • Page 2 M A K I N G V I R T U A L R E A L I T Y...
  • Page 3 Connector Cap Removal Connecting SDI Connecting Power 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 4: Box Content

    Box Content The Protective NANUK 950 carrying case is intended for normal transportation of OZO and included accessories. Please keep the cardboard shipping box and packing, and reuse when transporting the camera by courier or shipping agent.
  • Page 5 1. Protective Cover (comes fitted to camera) 2. Large tripod adapter (comes fitted to camera) OZO Professional VR Camera PC-01 3G-SDI adapter card in protective ESD bag, for external recording/ monitoring T6 tool, for removing Connector Cap of power/SDI slot Digital Cartridge DC-01, including 33Wh Li-Ion rechargeable battery Media Module MM-01, including 500GB solid state storage...
  • Page 6 W A R N I N G S...
  • Page 7 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 8 Overheating 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 9: Operating And Storage Temperature

    Operating and Storage Temperature Operating Temperature The device should only be used between +32°F and +86°F (0°C and +30°C). Do not use outside this range. Storage Temperature The device should be stored between -4°F and +122°F (-20°C and +50°C). Do not store outside this range. +32°F / +86°F 0°C / +30°C -4°F / +122°F -20°C / +50°C...
  • Page 10: Protective Cover

    Protective Cover 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 11: Safety And Handling

    Safety and Handling Handle with care Mount correctly The device weight is 4.2 kg (9.3 lbs) The device must be mounted including the digital cartridge. securely before use according to the instructions given in the section Do not lift the device by holding the “Mounting” p. 16. protective cover or cartridge.
  • Page 12: General Warnings

    General Warnings Do not drop the device Only use the battery with a charging system that has been qualified for use If the device is dropped, it may be with the system. Use of an unqualified damaged or modified externally or battery or charger may present a risk internally and become unusable for of fire, explosion, leakage, or other the intended purpose. hazard.
  • Page 13 Promptly dispose of used batteries in Repairs / opening the device accordance with local regulations. Repairs should be performed only by Battery usage by children should be qualified service personnel. Do not supervised. attempt to open the device, as this may cause damage which will void the The battery should only be charged warranty.
  • Page 14 B A S I C S...
  • Page 15: Device Handling

    Device Handling 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.
  • Page 16 (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...
  • Page 17 Changing the Tripod Adapter Specific force is required to ensure the newly-attached tripod adapter is securely fixed. Carefully remove the mounted adapter using an M8 tool. Attach the alternative adapter (B). Apply exactly 20 Nm with a torque wrench tool and fix securely. Do not overtighten. Do not replace the M8 screw.
  • Page 18 Connector Cap Removal 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 19 Connecting SDI Attaching 3G-SDI card Carefully remove the 3G-SDI SFP+ card from the ESD bag, and insert it firmly into the SFP+ socket (B). To remove, lift the latch on the SDI card and carefully apply backwards pressure to the frame of card, NOT to the DIN sockets. Attaching SDI DIN cable Attach a standard SDI DIN connector to the lower DIN socket shown by...
  • Page 20: Connecting Power

    Connecting Power 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.
  • Page 21: Cartridge Replacement

    Cartridge Replacement Before you start make sure the device is stable and mounted correctly. Pull the latch to it’s full extension to release the cartridge. Do not pull the cartridge while doing so. Pull the cartridge out (and close the latch). To insert the cartridge pull the latch to it’s full extension.
  • Page 22: Charging Battery

    Charging Battery Insert a Digital Cartridge (A) into the Docking Station (B). Ensure a power cable is connected to the Docking Station. The LED on the Docking Station should flash white to indicate charging is in progress, and show solid white to indicate when the Digital Cartridge battery is fully charged.
  • Page 23: 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 and the computer.
  • Page 24 10.11 El Capitan, Windows 10. to quickly access and view rendered content like editorials for audio mixing. Minimum Hardware Requirements: All the OZO applications can be run in a computer with the following specs. Mac Pro (Late 2013) with Dual AMD To get more detailed requirements FirePro D500.
  • Page 25: Basic Operation

    The OZO Remote host computer button indicates booting (by blinking must have WiFi enabled to connect slowly). to the OZO Camera. The WiFi-button Once the booting has finished the indicator discontinues blinking and indicator discontinues blinking and remains lit to indicate a successful remains lit. The device always boots connection to the OZO Remote into “Broadcasting”...
  • Page 26 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 27 W A R R A N T Y A N D L E G A L...
  • Page 28: Warranty

    Upon the expiration of the time of the product in accordance with the Nokia’s periods set forth below, all liabilities of Nokia will specifications and product manual, including terminate. but not limited to: theft, exposure to weather...
  • Page 29 RESULTING FROM THE FAILURE OF ANY PRODUCT Nokia. Any parts replaced by Nokia during warranty OR EQUIPMENT OR FROM DELAYS IN SERVICE OR repair are the property of Nokia and will not be THE INABILITY TO RENDER SERVICE. returned to Buyer. Nokia may use refurbished parts for repairs or replacements.
  • Page 30: Regulatory And Safety Notices

    Hereby, Nokia Technologies Ltd declares that l’appareil doit accepter tout brouillage radioélec- this PC-01 OZO Professional VR Camera product trique subi, même si le brouillage est susceptible is in compliance with the essential requirements d’en compromettre le fonctionnement. and other relevant provisions of R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC and RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU.
  • Page 31 FCC Class B digital device notice • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver This equipment has been tested and found to is connected. comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules.
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