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Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation,
Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation,
Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation,
Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation,
and keep it for future reference.
and keep it for future reference.
and keep it for future reference.
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  • Page 1: Digital Camera

    DIGITAL CAMERA S-3000W / S-3000 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation, Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation, Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation, Please read this operating instructions carefully for proper operation, and keep it for future reference.
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 1. Read Instructions 1. Read Instructions 1. Read Instructions 1. Read Instructions All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated. 2. Retain Instructions 2. Retain Instructions 2. Retain Instructions 2. Retain Instructions The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
  • Page 3 12. Grounding or Polarization 12. Grounding or Polarization 12. Grounding or Polarization 12. Grounding or Polarization This product is equipped with a three-wire grounding-type plug a plug having a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
  • Page 4 21. Replacement Parts 21. Replacement Parts 21. Replacement Parts 21. Replacement Parts When replacement parts are required, be sure the service technician has used replacement parts specified by the manufacturer or have the same characteristics as the original part. Unauthorized substitutions may result in fire, electric shock, or other hazards. 22.
  • Page 5 WICHTIGE SICHERHEITSANWEISUNGEN 1. 1. 1. 1. Alle Alle Anweisungen lesen. Anweisungen lesen. Alle Alle Anweisungen lesen. Anweisungen lesen. Vor Betrieb des Erzeugnisses sollten alle Sicherheits-und Bedienungsanleitungen gelesen werden. 2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren. 2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren. 2. Die Anweisungen aufbewahren. 2.
  • Page 6 11. Stromversorgung 11. Stromversorgung 11. Stromversorgung 11. Stromversorgung Dieses Erzeugnis sollte nur an der auf dem Typenschild angegebenen Stromversorgungsart betrieben werden. Wenn Sie nicht sicher sind, was für eine Stromversorgung Sie haben, so wenden Sie sich bitte an Ihren Erzeugnishändler oder an das lokale Elektrizitätswerk. Beziehen Sie sich für Batteriebetrieb oder andere Stromquellen vorgesehene Erzeugnisse bitte auf die Bedienungsanleitungen.
  • Page 7 20. Besch 20. Beschädigung, die Wartung erfordert digung, die Wartung erfordert 20. Besch 20. Besch digung, die Wartung erfordert digung, die Wartung erfordert Ziehen Sie den Stecker dieses Erzeugnisses aus der Steckdose und wenden Sie sich an qualifiziertes Wartungspersonal, wenn eine der folgenden Bedingungen vorliegt: a.
  • Page 8 MISES EN GARDE IMPORTANTES 1. Lire les instructions 1. Lire les instructions 1. Lire les instructions 1. Lire les instructions Lire toutes les instructions de sécurité et de fonctionnement avant de faire fonctionner l’appareil. 2. Conserver ces instructions 2. Conserver ces instructions 2.
  • Page 9 12. Mise 12. Mise á la terre ou polarisation 12. Mise 12. Mise la terre ou polarisation la terre ou polarisation la terre ou polarisation L’appareil est doté d’une fiche trifilaire avec mise á la terre, dont la troisiéme broche assure la mise á la terre. Cette fiche ne rentrera que dans les prises trifilaires de mise á...
  • Page 10 e. Si l’appareil est tombé ou qu’il a été endommagé. f. Si l’appareil affiche une nette modification de ses performances, cela signifie qu’il a besoin d’être réparé. 21. Pi 21. Piéces de rechange 21. Pi 21. Pi ces de rechange ces de rechange ces de rechange Si l’on a besoin de piéces de rechange, veiller á...
  • Page 11: Table Of Contents

    Contents Composition(including accessories) Video Gain Selection Outline and features White and black balance adjustment Warnings and cautions when using Electronic Shutter setting Note when using Scene File Facility names and functions Camera ID setting Lens installation Genlock Lens flangeback adjustment Setup Card White shading adjustment Viewfinder Indications...
  • Page 12: Composition(Including Accessories)

    Composition (including accessories) When unpacking the camera, check for the following items and accessories.
  • Page 13: Outline And Features

    Outline and features The S-3000W/S-3000 is a new concept 2/3-inch CCD Sensitivity (standard 2000 lux, F11) camera that stresses fundamental camera High gain (+24 dB) and Ultra-Gain (+12 dB) can be performance. combined for up to +36 dB gain increase.
  • Page 14 Outline and features Extensive operational convenience Large aperture lens for comfortable eye Programmable operation switches with relief. functions assigned according to application. Front-rear, left-right, and tilt mechanisms Auto white and shading compensation allow adjustment to best angle. coupled with lens extender. Bayonet mount for direct connection to Gain, detail, gamma and other settings can camera without cable.
  • Page 15: Warnings And Cautions When Using

    Strong electromagnetic fields (e.g., near TV or radio transmitters). In event of difficulty: Disconnect from power Where exposed to rain. and contact the nearest Hitachi Denshi service agency. Do not cover or otherwise obstruct camera heat dissipation during operation.
  • Page 16: Note When Using

    Note when using NOTE CCD characteristic phenomena The following types of phenomena are innate characteristics of a charge coupled device (CCD) and are not malfunctions. Be aware of these when using a CCD camera for broadcast or other demanding applications. Smear When a bright object is picked up, thin trails appear above and below the image.
  • Page 17: Facility Names And Functions

    Facility names and functions 1 Viewfinder connector 8 IIntercom level control Connect the accessory 1.5-inch viewfinder or the Intercom sound level (volume) adjustment when separately sold GM-51 5-inch viewfinder. connected into a system with the RU-Z2/RU-Z1. 2 Viewfinder horizontal lock lever 9 Power select switch Secures the side to side position adjustment of [BATT-CCU/VTR-EXT]...
  • Page 18 Facility names and functions 12 Auto white/black balance switch 15 Audio channel 1 recording level control AWB: Select for automatic white balance The audio recording level can be adjusted (only) adjustment. Set the WHITE BAL switch when connected to a Betacam VTR (BVV-1 or BVV-5).
  • Page 19 Facility names and functions The white balance is set to the 17 Power switch memory value for 3200 K. A or B When the AUTO W/B BAL switch [12] VTR STDBY/SAVE CAM ON/OFF is set to AWB, the white balance is Left: (VTR:STDBY CAM:ON) adjusted automatically according to Both camera and VTR power on and...
  • Page 20 Facility names and functions 24 Scene file LEDs 29 Ultra gain on/off switch Light to indicate the scene file selected by the Increase sensitivity about 12 dB.Operates only when the sensitivity is above +12 dB Scene File buttons 25 . (some loss of horizontal resolution).
  • Page 21 Facility names and functions 32 Video output connector (BNC) 38 CCU/VTR connector (28 pin for CA-Z31, 26 pin for CA-Z32) Composite video signal output (1 Vp-p/75Ω). Use separately sold cable to connect a portable 33 Monitor output connector (BNC) VTR or RU-Z1/RU-Z2/RU-Z3 camera base Video signal output for monitor (1 Vp-p/75Ω).
  • Page 22 Facility names and functions 43 Rear cover 46 150 V Out connector (5 pin, CA-Z32 only) Contains connections for battery and extension Connect 150 V to 12 V power supply adapter adapter, etc. when using a large size lens. 44 DC IN connector (XLR, 4P) 47 Audio monitor connector (minijack) Connect the separately sold AC adapter for Connect an earphone (8 to 10Ω) to monitor...
  • Page 23 Facility names and functions 48 Brightness control 53 Eyecup Adjusts viewfinder screen brightness. Does not 54 Visibility adjust ring/knob affect camera output signal. Adjust for best viewfinder image clarity according 49 Contrast control to the operator. Adjusts viewfinder screen contrast. Does not 55 Tightening ring affect camera output signal.
  • Page 24: Lens Installation

    Lens installation Raise the lens lever and remove the mount cap. Align the lens center mark with the indent at the upper part of the lens mount and install the lens Refer to the lens instructions when using the lens. Notes: The following adjustments may be required according to the type of lens.
  • Page 25: Lens Flangeback Adjustment

    Lens flangeback adjustment When operating a zoom lens, if the focus is not precisely aligned at both the telephoto and wide angle extremes of the lens, the flangeback (distance from the lens mounting plane to the focal plane) is adjusted. This adjustment is generally required only once unless the lens is replaced.
  • Page 26: White Shading Adjustment

    White shading adjustment White shading adjustment is recommended after replacing the lens. The adjustment relates to the camera vertical coloration. If the lens includes an extender, the shading can be optimized for both extender on and off modes. (Vertical coloration refers to an effect whereby the image of an overall white sheet of paper tends toward green at the top and magenta at the bottom, or vice versa.) Adjustment steps Install the lens on the camera (be sure to connect the lens cable).
  • Page 27 White shading adjustment FUNC Operate the Function buttons to produce the Full Function mode Special Set page, then shift to the WHT Shading page. At the WHT Shading page, shift the cursor to Auto Setup. Press the < direction button for about 1 second to conduct AWB. Then press the > direction button for about 1 second to adjust white shading.
  • Page 28: Camera Adapter Installation

    Camera adapter installation     Align the adapter with the camera guide Install the handle with two screws. and guide pin. Attach the adapter and engage the connector. Tighten the screws provided with the handle to secure the camera adapter to the camera.
  • Page 29: Microphone Installation

    Microphone installation Mic holder attachment Attach the MH-Z3 microphone holder (separately sold). Microphone Install the (separately sold) MC-Z2/Z3 microphone and C-300MA microphone cable as follows. Attach the MC-Z2/Z3 microphone to the mic holder. Connect the C-300MA mic cable to the microphone. Secure the cable in the cable clamp and connect to the MIC IN connector.
  • Page 30: Tripod Mounting

    Tripod mounting Use the accessory TA-Z3 tripod adapter to mount the camera on a tripod. Securely attach the tripod adapter to the tripod. Shift the adapter screw position to obtain the best balance. The adapter can accept two types of screws. Use the screw hole that matches the tripod.
  • Page 31: Shoulder Pad Position

    Shoulder pad position The shoulder pad can be shifted up to 15 mm in either direction from the center (factory) position. The position can be adjusted for comfortable operation. Loosen 2 screws. Slide the pad forward or rearward to the best position. Tighten the 2 screws.
  • Page 32: Anton-Bauer Battery Pack

    Procure the separately sold battery holder to operate the camera from an Anton-Bauer battery. Use 4 screws to attach the battery holder to the rear of the camera adapter. Note:The optional buttery holder connecting cable is required. Consult Hitachi denshi service center. Attach the battery pack. Insert and slide the battery pack.
  • Page 33: Gm-51 5-Inch Viewfinder Attachment

    GM-51 5-inch viewfinder attachment Use the separately sold AT-30 viewfinder adapter when installing the GM-51 5-inch viewfinder. Raise the lock lever of the AT-30 horizontally and remove the viewfinder mounting screw from the AT-30. Insert this screw in the bottom of the GM-51. Insert the screw together with the GM-51 into the AT-30 and set the lock lever forward, then turn the lever clockwise to secure it.
  • Page 34 GM-51 5-inch viewfinder attachment Removal Disconnect the viewfinder cable. Turn the AT-30 lock lever B counter-clockwise and pull the release knob to allow removing both the GM-51 and AT-30.
  • Page 35: Vtr Connection

    VTR connection VTR docking Examples of compatible VTRs Sony DNV-5 BETACAM SX Note: BVV-5 BETACAM VTR examples are shown only for PVV-3 BETACAM SP2000PRO general reference. Model names DSR-1 DVCAM and specifications are subject to Matsushita (Panasonic) AU 45H M Promind change.
  • Page 36 VTR connection VTR types and connections Camera setting (see Note) VTR cable System VTR inner Main VTR module VIDEO(VTR) AUDIOLEVEL CA-Z31 CA-Z32 BETACAM COMP -60dB IM-Z3D BVV-5, DNV-5 IM-Z3S PVV-3 C-201TE C-201TB BVW-50 C-501TE C-501TB DVCAM COMP -60dB IM-Z3S DSR-1 COMP -60dB IM-Z3P...
  • Page 37 VTR connection VTR power save When the camera PWR switch is set to VTR Save, the VTR types operate as follows. Operation The VTR goes to power save mode to DNV-5,BVV-5, avoid battery depletion PVV-3, DSR-1, AU-45H,AJ-D80, All VTR operations inhibited. BR-S422, BR-D40 REC review and playback monitor...
  • Page 38: Power Supply

    Power supply When the CA-Z31/CA-Z32 is installed, power can be supplied as follows. Set the Power Select switch accordingly. Connect the separately sold AP-60 AC adapter to the DC IN connector. Connect the camera base station or VTR to the CCU/VTR connector.
  • Page 39: Viewfinder Adjustment

    Viewfinder adjustment Viewfinder installation Turn the lock lever as indicated by the arrow to secure the viewfinder guide. Turn the viewfinder lock lever fully counter-clockwise. Align the 2 viewfinder guide pins with the camera guide holes and insert the viewfinder. Secure the lock lever firmly in the arrow direction.
  • Page 40 Viewfinder adjustment Position adjustment Turn the lock lever in the arrow direction to loosen the horizontal lock. Turn the lock screw in the arrow direction to loosen the front to rear lock. Adjust the viewfinder left to right and front to rear positions for comfortable viewing. Tighten the lock screw firmly.
  • Page 41 Viewfinder adjustment Visibility adjustment Screen adjustments The focus can be fine adjusted to individual As required, adjust the brightness, contrast preference. and peaking controls. Adjust the camera focus. Turn the visibility ring to adjust the focus of the viewfinder image. Press the Flip-up button and raise the eyecup.
  • Page 42: Lris Adjustment

    Iris adjustment Auto, manual and instant auto are selectable. Instant auto functions during manual operation to adjust the iris automatically while the button is pressed. Automatic Set the lens Iris switch to A. The iris is adjusted automatically to accommodate camera video signal changes.
  • Page 43: Zoom And Macro Operation

    Zoom and macro operation Zoom operation Zoom operation can be set for motorized or manual. Motorized zoom Set the zoom switch to S (servo) and operate the T-W switch. Press W for wide angle and T for telephoto. Press strongly for fast and gently for slow operation. Manual zoom Set the zoom switch to M (manual) and manually operate the zoom lever.
  • Page 44: Optical Filter Selection

    Optical filter selection The correct optical filter according to the scene light source needs to be selected in order to obtain correct white balance. Set the CC/ND filter knob as follows. Filter Light source (tungsten or halogen) Studio 3,200K Sunrise, sunset 5,600K+1/16ND Outdoors clear sky Fluorescent lighting...
  • Page 45: Video Gain Selection

    Video gain selection The gain can be raised to enable images in locations with inadequate lighting. Notice that noise increases as the gain is raised. The viewfinder image darkens when lighting is insufficient. If the lens is auto iris, the iris opens completely.
  • Page 46: White And Black Balance Adjustment

    White and black balance adjustment White balance adjustment Note White balance is best adjusted in the sequence AWB (auto white balance), ABB (auto black balance), then The white and black balance cannot be adjusted again AWB. while the setting menu is displayed on the Readjustment is normally not required even at power viewfinder screen.
  • Page 47 White and black balance adjustment Adjust the lens iris. Set the White BAL switch to A or B, then set the Auto W/B BAL switch to AWB. The switch returns to center and white balance is adjusted automatically. During adjustment, the following messages appear on the viewfinder screen. Adjustment is completed in about 1 second, after which the adjustment value is automatically stored in the selected Scene File memory (A or B).
  • Page 48 White and black balance adjustment Auto white balance error messages If auto white balance adjustment fails, the following error messages appear on the viewfinder screen for about 6 seconds. Message Cause Correction Output switch set to BAR. Change switch setting to CAM and readjust. White BAL switch at PRE, or Full Auto Set White BAL switch to A or B, or Full Auto is on (local mode).
  • Page 49 White and black balance adjustment Black balance adjustment Black balance requires adjustment in the following situations. Equipment being used for the first time Equipment idle for an extended period Large change of ambient temperature Gamma setting changed Auto black balance adjustment Set the switches as indicated in the figure.
  • Page 50 White and black balance adjustment Note Observe that the lens connector is engaged and the iris is closed. The iris closes automatically to block the light during black balance adjustment. During black balance adjustment, the gain circuit is switched automatically. Although flicker or noise may appear on the viewfinder screen, these are not malfunctions.
  • Page 51: Electronic Shutter Setting

    Electronic shutter setting Shutter modes The selectable electronic shutter modes and speeds are as follows. Mode Shutter speeds Applications Standard 1/60, 1/250, 1/500, Clear images of quickly moving objects 1/1000 and 1/2000 second LOCK SCAN 1/50.14 to 1/2000 second Reduce horizontal streaking in images of (Lockscan) (1H steps) computer monitor...
  • Page 52 Electronic shutter setting The mode and speed change sequence is indicated below. 1/60 1/250 1/500 1/1000 1/2000 CC FRM Var.1/ Lock scan mode Lock scan mode setting The lock scan mode avoids flicker in scenes showing a computer monitor screen. Set the Shutter switch to SEL to produce the lock scan mode (viewfinder screen indicated in figure).
  • Page 53: Scene File

    Scene file When taking scenes having different conditions, the settings need to be optimized for each scene. The scene file function enables setting the conditions for each scene beforehand and storing them in memory for instant recall at the required time. The 4 scene files can be used for storing 4 sets of scene conditions. File storage items Item Type...
  • Page 54: Camera Id Setting

    Camera ID setting An identification (ID) designation for the camera can be assigned by using the ID SET page of the setting menu. ID No. A 3 place alphanumeric code assigned to each camera. Convenient when controlling multiple cameras from a single personal computer. A specific camera can be accessed from the computer by entering its ID number.
  • Page 55: Genlock

    Genlock The camera can be operated from external synchronization. The mode is automatically switched from internal to external sync when an external sync signal is supplied. Setting Set the Output/Auto Knee switch to Bar and press the Function button to display the Bar Function page in the viewfinder.
  • Page 56: Setup Card

    Setup card A separately sold setup card can be used for storing the setting menu data. The data can then be used to quickly restore the proper setup. A small size general purpose memory card (Compact Flash 2M) can be used as the setup card. Handling The setup card can be inserted and removed regardless of power on or off.
  • Page 57 Setup card Setup card data operation completion of save. Press the button to The Memory Card page of the setting menu is used return to the Memory Card Top menu, then for storing and retrieving setup card data. press the Function button to exit the menu. Note The Memory Card page cannot be used during camera control panel operation.
  • Page 58 Data load failure If Load Error is displayed at above step 5, data were not successfully loaded. The card may be formatted incorrectly or defective. Check and if there is no problem with the card, consult a Hitachi Denshi service representative.
  • Page 59: Viewfinder Indications

    Viewfinder indications Lighted indicators The following lighted indicators appear above and below the viewfinder screen. T:TALLY (Tally) VTR connected: Lights during recording CCU connected: Lights at tally signal T B B:BATT (Battery) Lights to indicate low battery voltage. Immediately replace the battery when lighted.
  • Page 60: Status Indication Of Viewfinder Screen

    Viewfinder indications In addition to the video image, the viewfinder displays messages related to camera settings and operating status, center and safety zone markers and other information. When set to on at the setting menu VF Display page, setting items are indicated at the top and bottom edges of the screen.
  • Page 61 Viewfinder indications Display description Item Description Extender (No indication) Extender off Extender on Wide setting (×0.8) on Shutter off Shutter speed Preset shutter 1/60,1/250,1/500,1/1000,1/2000 Lock scan mode 1/50.14 to 1/2083 CC frame mode CC FRM Auto electronic shutter mode REC Time 000 MIN to 255 MIN Cumulative recording time.
  • Page 62 Viewfinder indications Check mode Set the switch to Check and press the Check button. The CAM mode is returned about 3 seconds after releasing the button. All items of the CAM mode are indicated at the top and bottom edges of the screen (see CAM mode description).
  • Page 63 Viewfinder indications One line indicating mode The switch operation effect is indicated at the 2nd line from the bottom. Display description Switch Description Effect (set to Zebra) ZEBRA ON, OFF ULTRA GAIN ULTRA GAIN ON, OFF FLESH TONE FLESH TONE ON, OFF ON, OFF CONTRAST...
  • Page 64: Status Indication Of Viewfinder Screen

    Status Indication of Viewfinder Screen BARS mode Date Time (Note) Above items are set at the Function (BAR mode) menu.
  • Page 65: Function Menu Screen

    Function menu screen Settings with Function menu Preparation menu Settings can be changed by using the Function menu. The principal settings are as follows. Mode Menu Description 1) CAM Setup Card Settings when using setup card 2) CAM Function 1 Memory items for each scene file 3) CAM Function 2...
  • Page 66 Function menu screen CAM mode (Output switch) Standard menu The setup card screen is displayed only when the setup card in inserted. Main menu Sub-menu →...
  • Page 67 Function menu screen CAM mode (Output switch) Displayed only when setup card is inserted Full menu → → → →...
  • Page 68 Function menu screen Setup card menu detail Save check Load check Format check Save execute Load execute Format execute...
  • Page 69 Function menu screen BAR mode (Output switch)
  • Page 70 Function menu screen Function menu setting items Rectangles indicate initialized settings (press buttons simultaneously). 1. Function 1 (Scene 1 to 4) main menu (corresponds to scene file) NORMAL HIGH CONTRAST Select Normal or High when dark scene components are difficult to see due e.g., to backlighting.
  • Page 71 Function menu screen 1.1 DTL (Scene 1 to 4) sub-menu (corresponds to scene file) DTL LEVEL Sets detail amount. SOFT STANDARD DTL FREQ SOFT: Set to low detail frequency STANDARD: Set to standard detail frequency SHARP SHARP: Set to high detail frequency FLESHTONE Set to on to moderate flesh tone detail amount.
  • Page 72 Function menu screen 3. VF Display menu OFF SAFETY CENTER SAFETY/CENT BOTH EXTENDER ZOOM UPPER MID SHUTTER REC TIME SHT/REC-T FOCUS UPPER RIGHT BATTERY FILTER WHITE BAL GAIN AUDIO IND IRIS 4. Special Set menu MASKING Change screen to masking sub-menu. Change screen to DTL sub-menu.
  • Page 73 Function menu screen 4-2 DTL sub-menu LEVEL DEP Dark component detail can be set in the range of -128 to +127. CRISP Average component detail can be set in the range of - 128 to +127. H/V BAL 128 0 Adjust balance between horizontal and vertical detail.
  • Page 74 Function menu screen 4-4 Knee/clip sub-menu KNEE POINT Sets the level where knee function begins operating. 128 0 KNEE SLOPE Sets knee response slope. 128 0 WHITE CLIP Sets the white clip level. INITIALIZE Simultaneously press the buttons to initialize Knee/clip sub-menu items to values shown in rectangles.
  • Page 75 Function menu screen 4-7 System sub-menu 16:9 ASPECT V-21W only MENU AUTO VF DTL CONT COMP Y/C VBS RGB VIDEO(VTR) Select according to connected VTR. Also Auto (when inner module is 1.COMPONENT connected) 2.Y/C(S-VHS) 3.VBS(U-matic) 4.R,G,B AUDIO Set the audio level to -60 or -20 dB according to the 60dB 20dB LEVEL...
  • Page 76 Function menu screen 5. BARS Function sub-menu GL SET Execute GL SET sub-menu. ID SET Execute ID IND sub-menu. TIME/DATE Execute TIME/DATE sub-menu. ID DSP Y.M.D DATE M.D.Y D.M.Y TIME AUDIO TONE 5-1 GL SET sub-menu H PHASE Adjust horizontal phase during genlock operation. SC COARSE Adjust subcarrier coarse during genlock operation.
  • Page 77: Studio System Operation

    Studio system operation Connection with RU-Z2/RU-Z3 system The camera can be connected into a system conprising an RU-Z2/Z3 camera base station and RC-Z2A / Z21A/Z3 camera control panel to enable remote operation of the camera control functions. The camera and RU-Z2/RC-Z3 can be separated by up to 300 meters, while a 5-inch viewfinder can be used in place of the 1.5-inchi viewfinder.
  • Page 78 Since camera control software is not supplied,refer to the protocol technical data and compile a suitable program according to the computer being used. Technical data are available regarding the software protocol for controlling the camera. Please consult a Hitachi Denshi representative.
  • Page 79 Studio system operation Connection with RU-Z1 system The camera can be connected into a studio system comprising an RU-Z1 remote operation unit and RC-Z1A /Z11 camera control panel to enable remote operation of the camera control functions. The camera and RU-Z1 can be separated by up to 300 meters, while a 5-inch viewfinder.
  • Page 80 Studio system operation Auto setting with RU-Z3 / RU-Z2 / RU-Z1 (plug & play)s System Baud rate Audio level Video output Battery type RU-Z1 62.5K( 1) -20db( 1) 12. 0V( 1) COMP100 ( 3) RU-Z2 /RC-Z3 COMP75 9600( 1) ( 2) (TU-Z3 system) COMP100 9600( 1)
  • Page 81: System Configuration

    5-inch view finder GM-51 MULTI SYSTEM View finder adaptor Camera adaptor Camera cable AT-30 CA-Z31 C-152KR Remote operation uinit Camera control panel C-502KR Microphone holder RU-Z1 C-103KR RC-Z1/RC-Z11 MH-Z3 Microphone ME-66 MC-Z3 VTR cable C-201TE Betacam Microphone MC-Z2 VTR cable C-201TB Microphone cable C-501TB Camera adaptor...
  • Page 82: Service Information

    Service information Connector pin diagrams Camera Remote (4 pin female) MIC IN (3 pin female) Signal Signal +9V output MIC GND SD input MIC(H) IN SD output MIC(C) IN SD ground LENS (12 pin female) VF (8 pin male) Signal AUX SW CALL TRG Signal...
  • Page 83 Camera adapter (CA-Z31/CA-Z32) DC IN (4 pin male) INTERCOM (5 pin male) Signal Signal SHIELD +12V input...
  • Page 85: Safety Instructions

    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Carafully read all safety messages in this manual and safety Instructions on your equipment. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices. SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL This is the “Safety Alert Symbol.” This symbol is used to call your attention to items or operations that ! ! ! ! could be dangerous to you or other persons using this equipment.
  • Page 86 Beijing Service Center B19, Bei San Huan Middle Road Beijing China Phone: 010-6204-3901, FAX: 010-6204-3902 HITACHI DENSHI, LTD. SINGAPORE BRANCH 10 Anson Road #20-15 International Plaza singapore 079903 Phone: 65-223-0030, FAX: 65-223-0206 * Subsidiaries of Hitachi Denshi, Ltd. 9908 15③...

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