Download  Print this page

Normal Shutter; Setting Of The Normal Shutter; External Trigger Shutter; Setting Of The External Trigger Shutter - Sony XC-ES50/50CE Technical Manual

Ccd black-and-white video camera module.
Hide thumbs

Advertisement

Normal Shutter

This mode provides continuous video output with the
electronic shutter selected by switches to capture a
high-speed moving object clearly.

Setting of the Normal Shutter

Using the DIP switches on the rear panel
Shutter
1/125
1/250
OFF
1/10000
(EIA)
1/2000
1/4000
1/8000
(CCIR)
* If you set the mode to flickerless, the positions of DIP switches 1 to 3 are
optional.
Notes
• The positions of DIP switches 6 and 7 are optional.
• The DIP switch 5 position is optional. (The field
setting is recommended.) The field setting can obtain
a sensitivity that is twice that of the frame setting.
1/500
1/1000
Flickerless*
(EIA: 1/100
CCIR: 1/120)
(Unit: second)

External Trigger Shutter

By inputting an external trigger pulse, the camera is
able to capture fast-moving objects clearly.
Set DIP switches 6, 7, and 8 on the rear panel to Mode
1 or Mode 2 (See the table below).
When you set the trigger pulse width to 1/3 of a second
or more, the output signal changes to the normal
VIDEO signal.
There are two modes for timing in which a video
signal is obtained.
• Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)
In this mode, a video signal synchronized with a VD
signal is output after a trigger pulse is input.
– A video signal is synchronized with the external
VD signal when an external HD/VD signal is input.
– A video signal is synchronized with an internal VD
signal when no external HD/VD signal is input.
• Mode 2 (Reset mode)
In this mode, an internal VD is reset, then an internal
video signal is output after trigger pulse input after a
certain period of time.
For details of each timing chart, see pages 14 to 21.
Setting of the External Trigger
Shutter
You can set the shutter speed with the DIP switches or
using the trigger pulse width.
To set the shutter speed with the trigger pulse width, see
page 9.
Using the DIP switches on the rear panel
Mode 1 (Non-reset mode)
1/100
(EIA)*
1/125
1/120
(CCIR)*
1/1000
1/2000
Mode Setting
1/250
1/500
1/10000
(EIA)
1/4000
1/8000
(CCIR)
10
(Unit: second)

Advertisement

Table of Contents

   Also See for Sony XC-ES50/50CE

   Related Manuals for Sony XC-ES50/50CE

Comments to this Manuals

Symbols: 0
Latest comments: