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HD Color Video Camera
Technical Manual
 2013 Sony Corporation


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    A-ES7-100-11(1) HD Color Video Camera Technical Manual SRG-120DH  2013 Sony Corporation...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Basic Functions ...............10 Overview of Functions ..............10 Initial Settings and Preset ............16 Mode Condition ................17 Command List ..............22 VISCA RS-232 Commands ............22 IP Related Setting Command ............. 32 SRG-120DH Commands ............... 34 Specifications ..............50 Precautions ..............54...

  • Page 3: Features

    Features  The 1/2.8 type Exmor CMOS camera (utilising approximately 2 million valid pixels) allows for high- definition shooting with superior picture quality.  Adopts the zoom lens capable of shooting a wide range of 71 degree horizontal angle of view with the 12x optical zoom.  By adopting its wide and dynamic range functions, you can see the optimised shooting image which incorporates bright and dark subjects at the same time.  Adopts the industry standard RS-232 interface of VISCA camera protocol in external communication.  You can use the camera in multi-purpose usages with the pan/tilt functions of high-speed and high noise reduction.  You can use the infrared remote commander to set the camera and also to select panning, tilting and zooming from the setting menu.  You can store up to 16 kinds of camera direction and camera status into the camera. In the case of the infrared remote commander, 6 kinds can be stored.  You can use the LAN cable for external communication. This will make system construction easier.  The camera can be set for a variety of HD video formats and has an HDMI interface terminal. The HDMI video interface is in widespread use.

  • Page 4: Connection

    Connection HDMI cable (not supplied) to HDMI VIDEO to HDMI input VISCA cable (not supplied) to VISCA RS-232 IN to RS-232 to VISCA RS-232 OUT To VISCA IN of other SRG series (when connecting to more than one camera) LAN cable (not supplied) Computer with LAN or to LAN to LAN...

  • Page 5: System Configuration

    System Configuration The SRG-120DH has various system configuration capabilities using optional products. This section describes three typical system examples with the required components and the main usage of each system. Operating a SRG-120DH Using the Supplied Infrared Remote Commander This system allows you: To operate the camera readily from a short distance System configuration SRG-120DH HD video monitor Video signal Infrared Remote Commander Signal flow (supplied)

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    System Configuration Operating a SRG-120DH Using the RM-IP10 IP Remote Controller This system allows you: To perform pan/tilt and zoom operations using the joystick of the IP remote controller, and to perform the Preset operation using the button. System configuration HD video monitor SRG-120DH RM-IP10 IP Remote Controller Video signal Remote Control (VISCA or LAN) signal Signal flow Operating Multiple SRG-120DH Using Multiple RM-IP10 IP Remote Controllers System configuration • You can operate up to 112 cameras using five IP remote controllers.

  • Page 7: Locations Of Controls

    Locations of Controls Camera Front Rear       Lens This is a 12-magnification optical zoom lens.  Infrared remote commander sensors These are sensors for the supplied infrared remote  SYSTEM SELECT switch commander. Used for setting the video format of the signal to be output from the HDMI VIDEO connectors.  POWER lamp For details, see “Setting of the SYSTEM SELECT switch” (page Lights in green when the camera is connected to an AC outlet using the supplied AC power adaptor and AC power ...

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    The reset switch is enabled only when the BOTTOM switch For details, refer to the setting of the BOTTOM switches is set to the LAN connection. When you press down this (page 9). switch with a pointed tip for about five seconds, the camera  Tripod screw hole will reboot and only the setting relating to the IP will return to the factory setting.  Fix-mounting screw holes Factory settings for IP Setting of the SYSTEM SELECT switch IP address: This switch allows you to select the video format of the Subnet mask: Name: CAM1 signal to be output from the HDMI video connector. SRG-120DH Set this arrow to the desired video format.

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    Locations of Controls Setting of the BOTTOM switches Switch position Video format To change the BOTTOM switch setting, select the 1920×1080p/59.94 59.94 Hz system BOTTOM switch with the power of this unit turned off No output (not including standby state), and then turn on the DC 1920×1080p/29.97 power. The setting cannot be changed after the power 1920×1080i/59.94 is turned on. 1280×720p/59.94 1280×720p/29.97 EDID — VISCA CONTROL — 1920×1080p/50 50 Hz system No output 1920×1080p/25 (Initial position) 1920×1080i/50 1280×720p/50 1280×720p/25  VISCA/LAN switch No output —...

  • Page 10: Basic Functions

    Basic Functions Basic Functions Overview of Functions Focus Focus has the following modes, all of which can be set using VISCA Commands. Zoom • Auto Focus Mode The SRG camera employs a 12× optical zoom lens The Auto Focus (AF) function automatically adjusts combined with a digital zoom function; this camera the focus position to maximise the high frequency allows you to zoom up to 144×. content of the picture in a center measurement area, taking into consideration the high luminance and • Optical 12×, f = 3.9 mm to 46.8 mm strong contrast components. (F 1.8 to F 2.0) The minimum focus distance is 10 mm at the optical wide end and 1500 mm at the optical tele end. Digital Zoom enlarges the center of the subject by - Normal AF Mode expanding each image in both the vertical and This is the normal mode for AF operations. horizontal directions. When the digital zoom is used, - Interval AF Mode the resolution deteriorates. The mode used for AF movements carried out at particular intervals. The time intervals for AF You can activate the zoom in the following modes, all movements and for the timing of the stops can be of which can be set using VISCA command. set in one-second increments using the Set Time Standard Mode Command. The initial value for both is set to five Variable Mode seconds.

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    Basic Functions • Manual Focus Mode Automatic Exposure Mode Manual Focus has both a Standard Mode and a A variety of AE functions are available for optimal Variable Mode. Standard Mode focuses at a fixed rate output of subjects in lighting conditions that range of speed. Variable Mode has eight speed levels that from low to high. can be set using a VISCA Command. • Full Auto In these standard and variable modes, it is necessary to send Stop Iris, Gain and Shutter Speed can be set automatically. Command to stop the zoom operation. • Gain Limit Setting • One Push Trigger Mode The gain limit can be set at the Full Auto, Shutter When a Trigger Command is sent, the lens moves to Priority, Iris Priority, Bright and Manual in the AE adjust the focus for the subject. The focus lens then mode. Use this setting when image signal-to-noise holds that position until the next Trigger Command is ratio is particularly important.

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    Basic Functions Parameter 59.94/29.97 50/25 mode Gain mode IRIS 1/10000 1/10000 OPEN 1/6000 1/6000 IRIS curve 1/4000 1/3500 1/3000 1/2500 1/2000 1/1750 Gain curve 1/1500 1/1250 1/1000 1/1000 1/725 1/600 CLOSE 1/500 1/425 1/350 1/300 Dark Bright 1/250 1/215 Controlled Controlled by IRIS 1/180 1/150...

  • Page 13: Noise Reduction

    Basic Functions Wide Dynamic Range Mode (WD) Exposure Compensation The Wide Dynamic Range mode is a function for Exposure compensation is a function which offsets the dividing an image into several blocks and correcting internal reference brightness level used in the AE blocked-up shadows and blown-out highlights in mode, by steps of 1.5 dB. accordance with the intensity difference. It enables you The reference brightness is 0. to obtain images in which portions ranging from dark to light can be recognized, even when capturing a Parameter Step Setting value subject with a large intensity difference that is backlit +10.5 dB or includes extremely light portions. +9 dB Images with wide dynamic range are produced by +7.5 dB combining long-exposure signals (normal shutter) with +6 dB +4.5 dB the signals of the high-intensity portions obtained with +3 dB a short exposure (high-speed shutter). +1.5 dB • About WD Set Parameter 0 dB (Command: 8x 01 7E 04 00 0p FF) −1 −1.5 dB p: WIDE D (Wide dynamic range mode) −2...

  • Page 14: High Sensitivity Mode

    Basic Functions High Sensitivity Mode Camera ID In this mode, higher sensitivity gain is applied as The ID can be set up to 65,536 (0000 to FFFF). As this standard gain increases, reaching a gain level at MAX will be memorized in the nonvolatile memory inside, gain of up to 4x the standard gain. In such cases, data will be saved. however, there will be a high volume noise in the image. Picture Effect It consists of the following functions. Gamma Mode • Neg. Art: Negative/Positive Reversal In this mode, the gamma can be set to ON/OFF. • Black & White: Monochrome Image 0: Standard 1: OFF Check for influence of installation environment on infrared remote commander Auto Slow Shutter On/Off operation When set to “On, ”...

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    Basic Functions Address Set VISCA is a protocol, which supports a daisy chain of up to seven connected cameras via RS-232 interface. In such cases, the address set command can be used to assign addresses from 1 to 7 to each of the seven cameras, allowing you to control the seven cameras with the same personal computer. Be sure to use the address set command to set the address whenever a camera is connected for the first time. Memory (Preset) Using the preset function, 16 sets of camera shooting conditions can be stored and recalled. This function allows you to achieve the desired status instantly, even without adjusting the following items each time. • Pan/Tilt Position • Zoom Position • Digital Zoom On/Off • Focus Auto/Manual • Focus Position • AE Mode • Shutter control parameters • Bright Control • Iris control parameters • Gain control parameters • Exposure Compensation On/Off • Exposure Level • Backlight Compensation On/Off • Auto Slow Shutter On/Off • White Balance Mode • R/B Gain • Aperture Control • WD Parameter • Defog On/Off The settings stored using this function are recalled when the power is turned on. For setting items, see the “Initial Settings, Custom Preset and Backup”...

  • Page 16: Initial Settings And Preset

    Basic Functions Initial Settings and Preset • The initial values are the factory settings. • When the power is turned on, this unit starts operation with the settings stored in preset1. • In “Preset 1 to 16”, the items that are preserved even after the power is turned off are indicated by a circle (), and the items that are not preserved are indicated by a cross (). • When you send the CAM Memory Reset command, or select and press one of POSITION1 to 6 while pressing the PRESET button using the infrared remote commander, the selected number is set as initial value. • The preset 1 is the CAM Memory number “0” in the VISCA command. The preset 2 to 16 are the CAM Memory number “1 to 15” in the VISCA command. Mode/Position setting Initial settings Preset 1 Preset 2 to 16 Pan/Tilt Position Home position   Pan/Tilt Limit Position Maximum range of movement   Zoom Position Wide end   D-Zoom On/Off   Focus Position —...

  • Page 17: Mode Condition

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  • Page 22: Command List

    LAN switch and BAUD RATE SELECT switch correctly. for any such damage. In case that any device having different setting is connected in a daisy chain, the devices do not operate correctly. Overview of VISCA Fig. 1 VISCA daisy chain connection In VISCA, the device outputting the commands, for example, a computer, is called the controller, while the VISCA Controller VISCA Equipment device receiving the commands, such as this unit, is called the peripheral device. In VISCA, up to seven peripheral devices can be connected to one controller using communication conforming to the RS- 232 standard. The parameters of RS-232 are as follows. • Communication speed: 9600 bps/38400 bps • Data bits : 8 • Start bit : 1 • Stop bit : 1 • Non parity Flow control using XON/XOFF and RTS/CTS, etc., is not supported. Peripheral devices are connected in a daisy chain. As shown in Fig. 1, the actual internal connection is a one- direction ring, so that messages return to the controller via the peripheral devices. The device address is assigned to each device on the network. The address of the controller is fixed at 0............................................... VISCA is a protocol developed by Sony for controlling a consumer’s camcorder. “VISCA” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.

  • Page 23: Visca Communication Specifications

    Command List VISCA Communication Specifications VISCA packet structure The basic unit of VISCA communication is called a packet (Fig. 2). The first byte of the packet is called the header and comprises the sender’s and receiver’s addresses. For example, the header of the packet sent to the SRG assigned address 1 from the controller (address 0) is 81h in hexadecimal. The packet sent to the SRG assigned address 2 is 82h. In the command list, as the header is 8X, input the address of the SRG to X. The header of the reply packet from the SRG assigned address 1 is 90h. The packet from the SRG assigned address 2 is A0h. Some of the setting commands for SRG can be sent to all devices at one time (broadcast)*. In the case of broadcast, the header should be 88h in hexadecimal. When the terminator is FFh, it signifies the end of the packet. * The broadcast function is not available for VISCA over IP. Packet (3 to 16 bytes) Terminator Message (1 to 14 bytes) Header Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 Sender’s address Receiver’s address Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0 Bit 7 Bit 6 Bit 5 Bit 4 Bit 3 Bit 2 Bit 1 Bit 0...

  • Page 24: Timing Chart

    Command List Timing Chart Responses for commands and inquiries If two or more commands are to be sent successively, Acknowledge message  wait for a reply command (an Acknowledge or error A message returned by this unit when it receives a message for a general command, and an inquiry packet command. No Acknowledge message is returned for for an inquiry command) of the previous command to an inquiry, cancel, or device setting command. be received before sending the next command. Completion message  A message returned by this unit when the execution Controller Peripheral devices of command or inquiry is completed. In the case of Command1 inquiry commands, reply data for the inquiry is contained after the 3rd byte of the packet. If the Acknowledge of Acknowledge message is omitted, the socket number Command1 will contain 0. Completion of Command2 Command1 Reply Packet Note Acknowledge of Acknowledge...

  • Page 25: Visca Device Setting Command

    Command List VISCA Device Setting Command Socket number This unit has two sets of sockets (buffers) for Before starting control of this unit, be sure to send the commands, so that up to two commands including the Address command and the IF_Clear command using commands currently being executed can be received. the broadcast function. When this unit receives commands, it notifies the sender which socket was used, using the socket number of the Acknowledge message. As each of the For VISCA network administration completion message and error message also has a socket number, you can identify which command has Address*  ended. Sets an address of a peripheral device. Use when When sending the commands continuously, be sure to initializing the network, and receiving the following wait until an Acknowledge message or error message of network change message. the first command is returned, then send the next * Not available for VISCA over IP. command. (Otherwise, it is impossible to identify to Network Change* which command the socket number belongs.)  Even when two sockets are being used, the device Sent from the peripheral device to the controller setting commands and some inquiry messages can be when a device is removed from or added to the executed. The Acknowledge message is omitted for network. The address must be re-set when this...

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    Y0 50 GG GG HH HH JJ JJ KK FF GGGG = Vender ID (0001: Sony) HHHH = Model ID 0511: SRG-120DH JJJJ = ROM revision KK = Maximum socket # (02) X = 1 to 7: Address of this unit in the daisy chain (For inquiry packet) Y = 9 to F: Address of this unit that issued the inquiry +8 (For reply packet) Locked to “X = 1” for VISCA over IP.

  • Page 27: Error Messages

    Command List VISCA Camera-Issued Messages Acknowledge/Completion Messages Command Command Message Comments Acknowledge z0 4y FF Returned when the command is accepted. (y: Socket No.) Completion z0 5y FF Returned when the command has been executed. (y: Socket No.) z = Address of device that issued the message + 8 (Locked to “z = 9” for VISCA over IP.) Error Messages Command Command Message Comments Syntax Error z0 60 02 FF Returned when the format is different or when a command with illegal parameters is accepted. Command Buffer Full z0 60 03 FF Could not accept a command that is received while two commands are currently being executed (two sockets have been used). Command Canceled z0 6y 04 FF Returned when a command which is being executed in a socket (y: Socket No.) specified by the cancel command is canceled. The completion message for the command is not returned. No Socket z0 6y 05 FF Returned when no command is executed in a socket specified by the...

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    Command List VISCA over IP VISCA Controller VISCA Equipment Overview of VISCA over IP VISCA over IP allows you to control this unit from the controller with the IP communication function via the LAN by using VISCA. You can connect up to 5 controllers simultaneously on one LAN segment. VISCA Equipment The communication specifications of VISCA over IP VISCA Controller are as follows: • Interface RJ-45 10Base-T/100Base-TX (automatically discrimination) VISCA Equipment • Internet protocol IPv4 • Transport protocol • IP address Set by the IP card setting command LAN (L2 switch, etc.) • Port address IP communication connection 52381 • Delivery confirmation/Retransmission control...

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    Command List VISCA command Format This is a command from the controller to the These are the specifications of the message header (8 peripheral device. bytes) and payload (1 to 16 bytes). When the peripheral device receives this command, Message (9 to 24 bytes) Acknowledge is returned. After completing command processing, a completion notice is returned. This Message header Payload (1 to 16 bytes) command uses the socket of VISCA. The order of completion notices may be changed if the multiple commands are sent to the same peripheral device. Byte 8 Byte 9 VISCA inquiry This is an inquiry from the controller to the peripheral device. When the peripheral device receives this type of Byte 0 Byte 1 Byte 2 Byte 3 Byte 4 Byte 5 Byte 6 Byte 7 command, the reply for the inquiry is returned. This command does not use the socket of VISCA. The order...

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    Command List Payload type Stores the value (Byte 0 and Byte 1) of the following table on the payload division. Name Value (Byte 0) Value (Byte 1) Description VISCA command Stores the VISCA command. VISCA inquiry Stores the VISCA inquiry. VISCA reply Stores the reply for the VISCA command and VISCA inquiry, or VISCA device setting command. VISCA device setting Stores the VISCA device setting command. command Control command Stores the control command. Control reply Stores the reply for the control command. • Control command Payload length Stores the number of bytes (1 to 16) of data is stored on The following are stored on the payload division of the payload. the control command. Name Value Description Example: When the payload length is 16 bytes. RESET Resets the sequence number to Byte 2: 00h 0. The value that was set as the Byte 3: 10h...

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    Command List If time out occurs on the controller, you can infer the lost message and state of the peripheral device by retransmitting the message using the same sequence number. The following table shows the received message and status by retransmission of the lost message, and the reference of correspondence after retransmission for each case. (Except for the case that a time out occurs for reasons other than loss of message.) Lost message Received message for Status after retransmission Correspondence after retransmission retransmission Command Acknowledge message Command is performed by Continue processing. retransmission. Acknowledge message ERROR (Abnormality in the Command has been performed. If the result by the completion message is sequence number.) If only the Acknowledge needed, retransmit by updating the message is lost, the completion sequence number. message returns. Completion message for the ERROR (Abnormality in the Command has been performed. If the result by the completion message is command sequence number.) needed, retransmit by updating the sequence number.

  • Page 32: Ip Related Setting Command

    Command List IP Related Setting Timing chart Command Controller Peripheral device The following commands are provided for setting the IP address and name of this unit. Time out Name Description Setting Protocol: The controller inquires the Inquiry network setting for the camera. Setting Protocol: The camera replies according to Inquiry reply the inquiry from the controller. Setting Protocol: The controller sets the network Network setting setting of the camera. Setting Protocol: The camera replies according to Network setting reply the network setting of the controller. Timing chart (loss of command) The network setting of the IP card is performed as communication sequence in the following.

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    Command List Command Data Inquiry ENQ:network Broadcast address ( Specified port number (52380) Inquiry reply MAC:**-**-**-**-**-** Broadcast address MODEL:IPCARD ( Specified port number SOFTVERSION:**.**.** (52380) IPADR:***.***.***.*** MASK:***.***.***.*** NAME:xxxxxxxx WRITE:on Network setting MAC:**-**-**-**-**-** Broadcast address IPADR:***.***.***.*** ( Specified port number MASK:***.***.***.*** (52380) NAME:xxxxxxxx Network setting reply ACK:**-**-**-**-**-** “xxxx” Broadcast address ( Specified port number (52380) *1 Uses the ASCII code. *2 Uses the ASCII code. When the network setting has failed, returns as ”NAK:**-**-**-**-**-**”.

  • Page 34: Srg-120dh Commands

    Command List SRG-120DH Commands Execution Command List (1/4) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments AddressSet Broardcast 88 30 01 FF Address setting IF_Clear Broardcast 88 01 00 01 FF I/F Clear CommandCancel — 8x 2p FF p: Socket No. (=1or2) CAM_Power 8x 01 04 00 02 FF Power ON/OFF 8x 01 04 00 03 FF CAM_Zoom Stop 8x 01 04 07 00 FF Zoom Control Tele (Standard) 8x 01 04 07 02 FF Wide (Standard) 8x 01 04 07 03 FF Tele (Variable) 8x 01 04 07 2p FF...

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    Command List Execution Command List (2/4) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_AE Full Auto 8x 01 04 39 00 FF Automatic Exposure mode Manual 8x 01 04 39 03 FF Manual Control mode Shutter Priority 8x 01 04 39 0A FF Shutter priority Exposure mode Iris Priority 8x 01 04 39 0B FF Iris priority Exposure mode Bright 8x 01 04 39 0D FF Bright Mode(Manual control) CAM_SlowShutter Auto 8x 01 04 5A 02 FF Auto Slow Shutter ON/OFF Manual 8x 01 04 5A 03 FF CAM_Shutter Reset 8x 01 04 0A 00 FF Shutter Setting 8x 01 04 0A 02 FF Down 8x 01 04 0A 03 FF Direct 8x 01 04 4A 00 00 0p 0q FF...

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    Command List Execution Command List (3/4) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments CAM_Memory Reset 8x 01 04 3F 00 0p FF p: Memory number (=0 to F) 8x 01 04 3F 01 0p FF Recall 8x 01 04 3F 02 0p FF CAM_IDWrite — 8x 01 04 22 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Camera ID (=0000 to FFFF) CAM_ChromaSuppress 8×01 04 5F pp FF pp: Chroma Suppress setting level 00: OFF 1 to 3: ON (3 levels). Effect increases as the level number increases. CAM_ColorGain Direct 8x 01 04 49 00 00 0p 0q FF p: Color specification q: Gain setting level The range of p is from 0 to 6. 0 : master, 1 : magenta, 2 : red, 3 : yellow, 4 : green, 5 : cyan, 6 : blue The range of q is from 0 to E. The initial value is 4. Gain Up with 5 or more, Gain Down with 3 or less. CAM_ColorHue Direct 8x 01 04 4F 00 00 0p 0q FF...

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    Command List Execution Command List (4/4) Command Set Command Command Packet Comments Pan-tiltDrive 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 03 01 FF VV: P an speed setting 0x01 (low speed) to 0x18 (high speed) Down 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 03 02 FF WW: T ilt speed setting 0x01 (low speed) to 0x14 Left 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 03 FF (high speed) Right 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 03 FF YYYY: P an Position EC00 to 1400 (CENTER 0000) UpLeft 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 01 FF ZZZZ: T ilt Position FB00 to 0500 (CENTER 0000) UpRight 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 01 FF DownLeft 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 01 02 FF DownRight 8x 01 06 01 VV WW 02 02 FF Stop...

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    Command List Inquiry Command List (1/2) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_PowerInq 8x 09 04 00 FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF CAM_ZoomPosInq 8x 09 04 47 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Zoom Position CAM_DZoomModeInq 8x 09 04 06 FF y0 50 02 FF D-Zoom On y0 50 03 FF D-Zoom Off CAM_FocusModeInq 8x 09 04 38 FF y0 50 02 FF Auto Focus y0 50 03 FF Manual Focus CAM_FocusPosInq 8x 09 04 48 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Focus Position CAM_FocusNearLimitInq 8x 09 04 28 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Focus Near Limit Position CAM_AFSensitivityInq 8x 09 04 58 FF...

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    Command List Inquiry Command List (2/2) Inquiry Command Command Packet Inquiry Packet Comments CAM_HighSensitivityInq 8x 09 04 5E FF y0 50 02 FF y0 50 03 FF CAM_PictureEffectModeInq 8x 09 04 63 FF y0 50 00 FF y0 50 02 FF Neg.Art y0 50 04 FF B&W CAM_IDInq 8x 09 04 22 FF y0 50 0p 0q 0r 0s FF pqrs: Camera ID CAM_VersionInq 8x 09 00 02 FF y0 50 00 01 mnpq: Model Code (0511) mn pq rs tu vw FF rstu: ROM version vw: Socket Number (=02) see page 26. CAM_ChromaSuppresslnq 8x 09 04 5F FF y0 50 pp FF pp: Chroma Suppress setting level CAM_ColorGainlnq 8x 09 04 49 FF y0 50 00 00 00 0p FF p: ColorGain setting 0h(60%) to Eh(200%)

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    Command List Block Inquiry Command List Lens Control System Inquiry Commands ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 00 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Source Address Focus Near Limit (H) 0 Completion Message (50h) AF Mode (0:Normal, 1:Interval, 2: Zoom Trigger) AF Sensitivity (1:Normal, 0:Low) Focus Near Limit (L) Digital Zoom (1:On, 0:Off) Focus Mode (1:Auto, 0:Manual) Low Contrast Detection (1:Yes, 0:No) Zoom Position (HH) Focus Position (HH) Camera Memory Recall (1: Executing, 0: Stopped)

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    Command List Camera Control System Inquiry Commands ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 01 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Source Address WB Mode Gain Position 0 Completion Message (50h) Bright Position Aperture Gain Exposure Mode R Gain (H) Exposure Comp. Position 1 Terminator (FFh) HighResolution (1:On, 0:Off) WideD (1:Other than Off, 0:Off) Back Light (1:On, 0:Off) R Gain (L) Exposure Comp. (1:On, 0:Off) Slow Shutter (1:Auto, 0:Manual) Shutter Position...

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    Command List Other Inquiry Commands .........Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 02 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Source Address System (1:1/50, 1/25, 0:1/59.94, 1/29.97) 0 Completion Message (50h) Camera ID (HH) Power (1:On, 0:Off) 1 Terminator (FFh) Camera ID (HL) Reserved Camera ID (LH) Picture Effect Mode Camera ID (LL)

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    Command List Enlargement Function1 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 03 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Source Address AF Interval Time (H) 0 Completion Message (50h) Gamma High Sensitivity mode (1: ON, 0: OFF) AF Interval Time (L) NR Level Chroma Suppress Digital Zoom Position (H) Gain Limit 1 Terminator (FFh) Digital Zoom Position (L) AF Activation Time (H) Color Gain (Master) AF Activation Time (L)

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    Command List Enlargement Function2 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 04 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Source Address Reserved Reserved 0 Completion Message (50h) defog mode 0:Off 1:On Reserved Reserved 1 Terminator (FFh) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved...

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    Command List Enlargement Function3 Query Command ....Command Packet 8x 09 7E 7E 05 FF Inquiry Packet Comments Comments Comments Byte Byte Byte Destination Address Reserved Reserved Source Address 0 Completion Message (50h) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Color Hue (Master) 1 Terminator (FFh) Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved Reserved...

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    Command List VISCA Command Setting Values Gain +43dB Exposure control (1/2) +39dB +36dB 59.94/29.97 Mode 50/25 Mode +33dB Shutter Speed 1/10000 1/10000 1/6000 1/6000 +30dB +27dB 1/4000 1/3500 +24dB 1/3000 1/2500 +21dB 1/2000 1/1750 +18dB 1/1500 1/1250 +15dB 1/1000 1/1000 +12dB 1/725 1/600 +9dB...

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    Command List Exposure control (2/2) Optical Zoom Ratio and Zoom Position (for reference) IRIS GAIN Zoom Position: 0000 (Wide end) to 4000 (Tele end) Bright F1.8 +43dB F1.8 +39dB F1.8 +36dB Optical Zoom Optical Zoom F1.8 +33dB Ratio Position Data F1.8 +30dB ×1 0000 F1.8 +27dB ×2 1970 F1.8 +24dB ×3...

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    Command List Digital Zoom Others Digital Zoom Digital Zoom AF Active Time Ratio Position Data ×1 4000 AF Interval Time ×2 6000 R Gain ×3 6A80 B Gain ×4 7000 Aperture Level ×5 7300 AE Response ×6 7540 Chroma Suppress setting level ×7 76C0 Color Gain setting level ×8 7800 Color Hue setting level ×9 78C0 ×10 7980 Unit: One second ×11...

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    Command List Pan/Tilt Status Code List – – – – 0 – – – – – – 1 A Pan movement all the way to the left – – – – – – – – 0 – – – – – 1 – A Pan movement all the way to the right – – – – – – – – 0 – – – – 1 – – A Tilt movement all the way up – – – – – – – – 0 – – – 1 – – – A Tilt movement all the way down – – – – – – – – – – 0 0 – – – – Pan movement is correct – – – – – – – – – – 0 1 – – – – Abnormal pan position detected – – – – – – 0 0 0 – – – – – – – The Tilt movement is correct – – – –...

  • Page 50: Specifications

    Specifications System Pan/tilt action Horizontal: ±100 degrees Video signal 1920 × 1080p/59.94 Maximum panning speed: 300 1920 × 1080p/29.97 degrees/sec. 1920 × 1080i/59.94 Vertical: ±25 degrees Maximum tilting speed: 126 1280 × 720p/59.94 degrees/sec. 1280 × 720p/29.97 1920 × 1080p/50 1920 × 1080p/25 1920 × 1080i/50 Input/output connectors 1280 × 720p/50 HDMI video Type A (19-pin) 1280 × 720p/25 Control input/output EDID VISCA IN: Mini DIN 8-pin type, VISCA CONTROL RS-232 (switched with the SYSTEM VISCA OUT: Mini DIN 8-pin type, SELECT switch) RS-232 LAN connector: RJ-45 (8-pin), Synchronization 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX auto Internal synchronization discrimination Image device 1/2.8 type Exmor CMOS Power connector Lens 12× (optical), 12× (digital)

  • Page 51

    Specifications Supplied accessories AC power adaptor (1) AC power cord (1) Infrared Remote Commander (1) For safety (1) Operating Instructions (CD-ROM) (1) Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the United States and other countries.

  • Page 52

    Specifications Dimensions Rear Front Side 76.5 (3 1/64) 153 (6 1/32) 153 (6 1/32) Bottom 40 (1 37/64) Ø5, depth 5 40 (1 37/64) 29.5 (1 5/32) 1/4-20UNC, depth 7 Tripod screw hole 64 (2 33/64) 64 (2 33/64) 4-Ø8(A) 60 (2 23/64) 60 (2 23/64) (Leg)

  • Page 53: Pin Assignments

    Specifications License Pin assignments This software partially supports component uIP. VISCA IN connector (mini-DIN 8-pin, female) Therefore the following license conditions apply. Copyright (c) 2001-2006, Adam Dunkels and the Swedish Institute of Computer Science All rights reserved. Pin No. Function Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, DTR IN with or without modification, are permitted provided DSR IN that the following conditions are met: TXD IN 1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above RXD IN copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer. IR OUT R* 2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the IR OUT L* above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the * The IR OUT function of pins 7 and 8 are selectable with the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or BOTTOM switch on the bottom of the camera. other materials provided with the distribution. 3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software VISCA OUT connector (mini DIN 8-pin, female) without specific prior written permission.

  • Page 54: Precautions

    Precautions Software Other Use of the demonstration software developed by Sony Do not apply excessive voltage. (Use only the specified Corporation or use of the software with customer voltage.) Otherwise, you may get an electric shock or a developed application software may damage hardware, fire may occur. the application program or the camera. Sony Corporation is not liable for any damages under these In case of abnormal operation, contact your authorized conditions. Sony dealer or the store where you purchased the product. Operation Start the demonstration software on your computer after you turn on the camera and the image is displayed. Operation and storage locations Do not shoot images that are extremely bright (e.g., light sources, the sun, etc.) for long periods of time. Do not use or store the camera in the following extreme conditions:  E xtremely hot or cold places (operating temperature 0 ˚C to 40 ˚C (32 ˚F to 104 ˚F))  C lose to generators of powerful electromagnetic radiation such as radio or TV transmitters  W here it is subject to fluorescent light reflections ...

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