The focus is automatically adjusted when the Focus
mode menu on the Camera setting page is set to Auto
(see page 21). When you set it to Manual, you can
adjust the focus manually from the image control
section, or adjust it with a push of the button.
Adjust the focus manually by clicking the two buttons
Click this button to adjust the focus instantly.
• When you have changed the Focus mode menu on the
Camera setting page, click the Control button on the
menu section to update the focus mode setting on the
image control section.
• You can change the operation mode of the manual
focusing using the NEAR/FAR buttons from the
Camera control mode setting section on the Camera
setting page (see page 22). When you have changed
the operation mode, click Control on the menu
section to update the operation mode setting on the
image control section.
• If the NEAR, FAR and ONE PUSH AF buttons are not
displayed, click the FOCUS button on the image
control section. The three buttons appear and the
FOCUS button name changes to PRESET.
Moving the Camera to the Preset
When you click this button, the PRESET list box
The PRESET button name changes to FOCUS.
PRESET list box
Click the down-arrow button and select the preset
position name from the drop-down list. Then, the
camera will move to the preset position that you have
stored in memory using the Preset position setting page
(see page 29).
Operating the Camera from the Monitor Image
Operating the Camera
from the Monitor Image
You can operate panning, tilting and zooming of the
camera by clicking the mouse on the monitor image.
Zooming is also operative using the zoom bar under the
For this function, user access right Level 2 to Level 4 is
required (see page 27).
To enable this function, click
You cannot operate panning, titling and zooming from
the monitor image when you use the Server push viewer.
Panning and Tilting by Clicking the
Click on the monitor image, and the camera moves so
that the clicked portion goes to the center of the display.
Panning, Tilting and Zooming by
Specifying the Area
Click and hold the left button of the mouse on the
monitor image, and drag the mouse diagonally to draw a
red frame around the portion you want to enlarge. The
camera moves so that framed portion goes to the center
of the display and is zoomed in.
• When the Zoom mode menu on the Camera setting
page is set to Full (see page 20), zooming of the
specified area stops at the TELE end of the optical
zoom. If you want to zoom in further using the
electronic zoom, specify the area again.
Control on the menu