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REMOTE CONTROL UNIT
RM-B75O
CEV.FR
OPERATION MANUAL
[Japanese/English]
1st Edition (Revised 3)

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  • Page 1 REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B75O CEV.FR OPERATION MANUAL [Japanese/English] 1st Edition (Revised 3)
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Basic Configuration of Menu Display .......... 10(E) Menu Items ................... 14(E) Initial Settings ..................21(E) Setting the Operating Conditions of the RM-B750 ...... 21(E) Setting the Built-in Clock ............. 21(E) Adjusting the Buzzer Sound ............22(E) Adjusting the Brightness of the LEDs .......... 23(E) Adjusting the Brightness of the LCD ...........
  • Page 3: Overview

    Memory Stick slot Features Various data, including scene files and reference files, can be stored on a Memory Stick and reproduced at The principal features of the RM-B750 are as follows: any time. Covering basic camera operations Parallel operation with another control...
  • Page 4: Locations And Functions Of Parts

    BLACK PAINT ENTER IRIS ALARM MENU SELECT BRIGHT CONTRAST REMOTE CONTROL UNIT RM-B750 qa Menu operation block qd White balance/black balance control block 0 ALARM indicator qs Iris/master black control block 1 Memory Stick slot 3 PANEL ACTIVE button Insert a Memory Stick to store setting data, such as...
  • Page 5 • A part of the VTR control functions of this unit may be disabled depending on the combination of camera Note and VTR. For details, ask your Sony dealer. The BARS button takes priority to the TEST button. If the BARS button is lit, press the button to turn it dark Using the RM Configuration menu under the before pressing the TEST button.
  • Page 6 Locations and Functions of Parts qa Menu operation block Camera Menu mode when you press and light this button with the MONITOR button lit. The main menu of the camera appears on the LCD. SCENE/CANCEL: The Scene File menu of this unit A RM menu select/camera B LCD/touch panel menu set buttons...
  • Page 7 qs Iris/master black control block qd White balance/black balance control block A AWB button D IRIS/MB ACTIVE indicator B ABB button A AUTO IRIS E MASTER BLACK button control IRIS/MB AUTO WHITE ACTIVE MASTER IRIS BLACK C WHITE controls B EXT indicator C IRIS control BLACK IRIS...
  • Page 8: Connector Panel

    Locations and Functions of Parts Connect the remote control cable to the CAMERA Connector Panel connector and the BNC cable to the MONITOR connector. 1 CAMERA connector 2 MONITOR connector Cover fixing screw BNC cable (sold separately) Remote control cable 1 CAMERA connector (8-pin) (supplied) Connect to the camera using the supplied remote...
  • Page 9: Menu Configuration And Basic Menu Operations

    Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations The RM-B750 provides menu operations for various Select the item to be adjusted. functions such as adjustments of system equipment. Press the button that shows the name of the item on the menu to obtain the corresponding adjustment display or operation area.
  • Page 10: Basic Configuration Of Menu Display

    Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Basic Configuration of Menu Display Status display When you do not select any of the Menu select buttons (FUNCTION, MAINTENANCE, SCENE, PAINT) of the menu operation block (all unlit), the LCD shows the following status display: On the status display, each item is only displayed.
  • Page 11 Adjustment display (Paint menu) When you select an item on the initial display of the Paint menu, the lower half of the panel becomes the adjustment display for the selected item. Example: when you select “White” from the initial display of page 2 The name of the item selected on the 2 / 8 Clear...
  • Page 12 Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Monitor output set display (Expansion menu) [WF/PIX Select] When you press on an adjustment display of the Paint menu, the upper half of the panel becomes the monitor output setting display. R/G/B: To independently select the R, WF/PIX Monitor Select G, or B signal.
  • Page 13 Function menu displays When you press and light the FUNCTION button of the menu operation block, the Function menu display is obtained. When “Operation” is selected Press v or V to select the desired filter. The number of ND and CC filters you may select depends on the camera.
  • Page 14: Menu Items

    Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Menu Items The “Control items” marked with are those assigned to the control knobs. The other items are operated on the menu display. Paint menu Paint menu consists of pages 1 to 8. Pressing v or V of each page flips pages 1 through 8 in sequence.
  • Page 15 Page Menu Submenu Control item Function Paint 3/8 V Mod Saw R/G/B/Master Adjusts the V modulation. V Mod Saw Off Turns the V modulation ON/OFF. Skin Detail 1/2/3 (common) Level Adjusts the skin detail level. Phase Adjusts the skin detail phase. Width Adjusts the skin detail width.
  • Page 16 Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Page Menu Submenu Control item Function Paint 4/8 Cross Color Suppression CCS Level Adjusts the level for cross color suppression. (Continued) N. Level Adjusts the notch level. Frequency Adjusts the notch frequency. Turns the cross color suppression ON/OFF. Paint 5/8 Knee Point R/G/B/Master...
  • Page 17 Page Menu Submenu Control item Function Paint 7/8 Auto Iris Phase Adjusts the skin tone auto iris phase. (Continued) Width Adjusts the skin tone auto iris width. Normal Mode Selects Normal mode for auto iris. Skin Mode Selects Skin mode for auto iris. Iris Auto Hue Executes the auto hue.
  • Page 18: Maintenance Menu

    Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Maintenance menu Menu 2ndary menu Submenu Control item Function Adjusting Black Shading R/G/B H Saw/H Para/V Saw/V Para Adjusts the black shading. Auto B Shading Executes the auto black shading. White Shading R/G/B H Saw/H Para/V Saw/V Para Adjusts the white shading.
  • Page 19 Menu 2ndary menu Submenu Control item Function RM Config Date/Time Time Hour Adjusts the time for the built-in clock of this unit. (Continued) (Continued) Minute Second Cancel SW Setting Active Mode Setting Active Mode Switches the mode of the PANEL ACTIVE button. Mode 2: FULL/LOCK Mode 3: FULL/PART/LOCK.
  • Page 20 Menu Configuration and Basic Menu Operations Function menu Menu Submenu Control item Function Operation Filter Ctrl Selects the filter remote or local mode. ND (1/2/3/4/5) Selects ND filters. CC (A/B/C/D/E) Selects CC filters. Gamma Selects the step gamma. Master Gain Selects the master gain.
  • Page 21: Initial Settings

    (page 23(E)) By using the RM Configuration menu or LCD setting display, you can set the built-in clock of the RM-B750 Setting the Built-in Clock and adjust various conditions of the RM-B750, such as the sound volume of the warning buzzer and the The RM-B750 has a built-in clock to record the date brightness of the indicators and LCD.
  • Page 22: Adjusting The Buzzer Sound

    Adjusting the Buzzer Sound buzzer is on. [Call Buzzer] : For the buzzer sound when a call signal A buzzer sounds on the RM-B750 when it receives call is received signal or a panel control is operated. [Touch Click] : For the buzzer sound when a button...
  • Page 23: Adjusting The Brightness Of The Leds

    Adjusting the Brightness of the Adjusting the Brightness of the LEDs You can adjust the brightness of the LEDs of the panel You can adjust the brightness of the display of the buttons and indicators. menu control block. To adjust the brightness, proceed as follows: Proceed as follows: [RM Adjusting] [LCD]...
  • Page 24: Memory Sticks

    Memory Sticks Using a Memory Stick Notes on Memory Stick When a Memory Stick is inserted in the unit, the file On Memory Stick data can be stored on the Memory Stick, which enables you to share data among RM units. Memory Stick is a new compact, portable and versatile IC recording medium with a data capacity that exceeds that of a floppy disk.
  • Page 25 RM-B750 may not be used with some cameras. To exchagne the setting data with a camera via a Memory Stick, be sure to use Memory Sticks of a size that can be used with both the RM-B750 and the camera. Memory Stick and are the trademarks of Sony Corporation.
  • Page 26: Specifications

    Specifications General Power requirements 10.5 to 30 V DC Power consumption 4 W max. Maximum cable length 50 m (164 feet) Operating temperature 5°C to 40°C (41°F to 104°F) Dimensions (w/h/d) 197 × 124 × 62 mm × 5 × 2 inches) Mass 0.7 kg (1 lb 9 oz)