Frame is suitable for still images, and Field is suitable
If you select Auto, the image mode changes between
Frame and Field automatically: Frame when the
subject is a still object, and Field when the subject is
Select the image quality from Level 1 to Level 10.
A higher level gives a higher image quality, but the
frame rate decreases as the data size increases.
The following table shows the relation between the data
size of a 24-bit image (8 bits for each R, G and B), and
the compression rate for each Level setting.
(in case of 640 × 480 image)
Data size (approx.)
You can display the image flipped vertically on the
When you place the camera on the desk top, select On
to view the image in correct way.
When On is selected, the composite video signal output
from the video output connector (BNC connector) on the
rear of the camera is also flipped.
Select Color or Monochrome.
When the image size is 736 × 480 or 640 × 480 for the
SNC-RZ30N, or 736 × 544 or 640 × 480 for the SNC-
RZ30P, you can trim a portion of the image and display
the trimmed image on the computer. With the trimming,
the transmitting data size, and thus, the network load is
reduced and a higher frame rate is obtained.
Setting the Camera — Camera setting Page
Select On for trimming the image, or Off for no
To trim an image
Set the Image size menu to 736 × 480 or 640 × 480
for the SNC-RZ30N, or 736 × 544 or 640 × 480 for
Set the Area setting menu to On, and click Apply.
Click the Area setting button.
A still image is displayed.
Click on the still image to specify the trimming
A red frame that appears when you clicked
indicates the trimming portion.
The trimming portion is determined as shown
Point rotated by 180° around the
axis of the center of the still image
Center of the
To change the trimming portion, click on another
point on the image.
Click OK at the bottom of the window.
The trimmed image is displayed on the main viewer
To close the image, click
Select the zoom mode.
Select Full to operate the optical zoom of × 25 and the
electronic zoom of × 12, giving × 300 in total. The
electronic zoom will operate after the optical zoom.
Select Optical only to operate the optical zoom of × 25
only. In this case, you can use an electronic zoom of × 2
by clicking the DZOOM x 2 button on the main viewer
page. To cancel the electronic zoom, click the DZOOM
x 1 button. (See "Zooming" on page 11.)
on the upper-right