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HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C
SERVICE MANUAL
Ver. 1.0 2006.11
Revision History
Revision History
How to use
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N MECHANISM (MDX-N111)
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL INFORMATION TABLE
SERVICE NOTE
DISASSEMBLY
The components identified by
mark 0 or dotted line with
mark 0 are critical for safety.
Replace only with part num-
ber specified.
HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C
9-852-158-11
BLOCK DIAGRAMS
FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS
PRINTED WIRING BOARDS
Les composants identifiés par une
marque 0 sont critiques pour la
sécurité.
Ne les remplacer que par une pièce
portant le numéro spécifié.
DIGITAL HD VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER
Sony EMCS Co.
RMT-831
US Model
Canadian Model
AEP Model
E Model
Chinese Model
Japanese Model
REPAIR PARTS LIST
ADJUSTMENT
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Published by Kohda TEC
2006K0500-1
© 2006.11

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  • Page 1 0 are critical for safety. sécurité. Replace only with part num- Ne les remplacer que par une pièce ber specified. portant le numéro spécifié. DIGITAL HD VIDEO CAMERA RECORDER 2006K0500-1 HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C © 2006.11 Sony EMCS Co. 9-852-158-11 Published by Kohda TEC...
  • Page 2 These specifications are extracted ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE from instruction manual of HVR-V1U/V1N. SPECIFICATIONS System Minimum illumination Dimensions (approx.) 145 × 184 × 431 mm 4 lx (lux) (F 1.6) Video recording system (HDV) (5 3/4 × 7 1/4 × 17 in.) (w/h/d) 2 rotary heads, Helical scanning system “Exif”...
  • Page 3 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 概略仕様 3 200K 5 800K 8 lx F1.6 145 184 431 DVCAM JEITA 145 184 431 (DV) Exif Ver.2.2* NP-F570 CMOS 1.5kg MPEG-1 Audio Layer2 1.9kg NP-F570 Fs48kHz PHDVM-63DM 384kbps DVCAM Fs32kHz (DV) Fs48kHz A/V OUT 1 Vp-p 75 NTSC 1Vp-p 75...
  • Page 4 Model information table Model HVR-V1J HVR-V1U HVR-V1N HVR-V1E HVR-V1P HVR-V1C Destination US, CND Color system NTSC NTSC NTSC • Abbreviation AR : Argentine model AUS : Australian model BR : Brazilian model CH : Chinese model CND : Canadian model...
  • Page 5 CRITIQUES POUR LA SÉCURITÉ DE FONCTIONNEMENT. NE COMPONENTS WITH SONY PARTS WHOSE PART NUMBERS REMPLACER CES COMPOSANTS QUE PAR DES PIÈSES SONY APPEAR AS SHOWN IN THIS MANUAL OR IN SUPPLEMENTS DONT LES NUMÉROS SONT DONNÉS DANS CE MANUEL OU PUBLISHED BY SONY.
  • Page 6 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE • • • • • • • • HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C — 6 —...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Title Page Section Title Page SERVICE NOTE ADJUSTMENTS 1-1. Power Supply During Repairs ········································· 1-1 Before Starting Adjustments ····················································· 6-1 1-2. To Take Out a Cassette when not Eject (Force Eject) ····· 1-1 1-1. Adjusting Items when Replacing Main Parts and 1-3.
  • Page 8: Service Note

    ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1. SERVICE NOTE 1-1. POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS In this unit, about 10 seconds after power is supplied to the battery terminal using the regulated power supply (8.4V), the power is shut off so that the unit cannot operate. These following method is available to prevent this.
  • Page 9: Using Service Jig

    ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1-4. USING SERVICE JIG Connect the CPC-7 jig connector (J-6082-382-A) to the CN1014 on the TT-003 board. CPC-7 (J-6082-382-A) TT-003 BOARD (SIDE B) 1-5. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1-5-1. Self-diagnosis Function 1-5-2. Self-diagnosis Display When problems occur while the unit is operating, the self-diagnosis When problems occur while the unit is operating, the counter of the function starts working, and displays on the viewfinder or LCD viewfinder or LCD screen shows a 4-digit display consisting of an...
  • Page 10 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1-5-3. Self-diagnosis Code Table Self-diagnosis Code Block Detailed Symptom/State Correction Function Code Non-standard battery is used. Use the InfoLITHIUM battery. Condensation. Remove the cassette, and insert it again after one hour. Video head is dirty. Clean with the optional cleaning cassette. LOAD direction.
  • Page 11: Method Of Coping With Shift Lens Error

    ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE Self-diagnosis Code Block Detailed Symptom/State Correction Function Code Inspect the zoom MR sensor of lens block (Pin ed, eg of CN5802 Zoom operations fault on the YY-003 board) when zooming is performed when the zoom (Cannot initialize zoom lens.) switch is operated and the zoom motor drive circuit (IC6004 on the YY-003 board) when zooming is not performed.
  • Page 12 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1-6-1. E : 62 : 02 [Abnormality of IC for Steadyshot] Occurred Order Procedure Turn the power OFF. While measuring with an oscilloscope the output voltage of R6233 in the periphery of IC6203 on the YY-003 board, turn the power ON to check that the output voltage immediately after the power on change as shown in Fig.
  • Page 13 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1-6-3. E : 62 : 11 [Shift Lens Overheating (Pitch)] Occurred Connect the adjustment remote commander (RM-95 or NEW LANC JIG) and perform the following process. Order Page Address Data Procedure Press PAUSE (Write) button. (7D) Press PAUSE (Write) button.
  • Page 14 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1-6-4. E : 62 : 12 [Shift Lens Overheating (Yaw)] Occurred Connect the adjustment remote commander (RM-95 or NEW LANC JIG) and perform the following process. Order Page Address Data Procedure Press PAUSE (Write) button. (7D) Press PAUSE (Write) button.
  • Page 15 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 1. SERVICE NOTE ローディングモータ 安定化電源(+4.5Vdc) HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C...
  • Page 16 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE CPC-7 (J-6082-382-A) TT-003 BOARD (SIDE B) ビューファインダまたはLCD画面 C : 3 1 : 1 1 3.2Hz点滅 詳細コード 対応者分類 ブロック分類 C :お客さま自身で対応 対応方法の違いにより分類 「1-5-3. 自己診断コード表」 H :販売店で対応 例 31・・・テープを入れ直す を参照 E :サービスエンジニア 32・・・電源を入れ直す で対応 HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C...
  • Page 17 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE wl ea HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 1-10...
  • Page 18 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE ed eg YY-003 BOARD (SIDE A) IC6203 R6233 HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 1-11...
  • Page 19 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 1-12...
  • Page 20 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 1-13...
  • Page 21 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 1-14E...
  • Page 22: Disassembly

    2. DISASSEMBLY NOTE FOR REPAIR • Make sure that the flat cable and flexible board are not cracked of bent at the terminal. Cut and remove the part of gilt Do not insert the cable insufficiently nor crookedly. which comes off at the point. (Be careful or some •...
  • Page 23 HELP HELP 2-1. DISASSEMBLY EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST 2-1-1. OVERALL SECTION-1 Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 Handle Section (1-1 to 1-10) 2 Cabinet (L) Section (2-1 to 2-5) 1-9 (#49) 1-8 (#49) 1 Handle Section 2 Cabinet (L) Section 2-1 (#49) 2-2 (#49) 1-1 (#49)
  • Page 24 2-1-2. OVERALL SECTION-2 EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 Cabinet (R) Section (1-1 to 1-16) 2 Mechanism Deck (2-1 to 2-12) 1-9 (#49) 1 Cabinet (R) Section 1-16 1-15 1-14 (#49) (#49) 2-1 (#50) 1-1 (#49) 2-12 2-11...
  • Page 25 2-1-3. OVERALL SECTION-3 EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 BT Block (1-1 to 1-9) 2 OO-003 Board (2-1 to 2-2) 3 TT-003 Board (3-1 to 3-14) 2 OO-003 Board 1-2 (#50) 2-2 (#50) (Claw) 3TT-003 Board...
  • Page 26: Lens Block

    2-1-4. LENS SECTION EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 Center Cassis Block (1-1 to 1-14) 2 Lens Block (2-1 to 2-8) 1-3 (#50) 2-4 (#54) 1-1 (#50) 1-12 (#49) 1-5 (#49) (Note2) 2-1 (#51) HELP Note: On installation of the Center...
  • Page 27 2-1-5. CABINET (R) SECTION EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 Switch Block Control (CF18500) (1-1 to 1-14) 2 RR-003 Board (2-1 to 2-5) 3 LCD Panel Block (3-1 to 3-4) 1 Switch Block Note: On installation of the RR-003 Board, adjust the position of the ZEBRA Control (CF18500)
  • Page 28 2-1-6. CABINET (L) SECTION EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 Switch Block Control (PL18500) (1-1 to 1-7) 2 Cabinet (L) Block (2-1 to 2-7) 1 Switch Block Control (PL18500) 1-7 (Claw) 1-6 (Claw) 1-1 (#53) (Claw) 2-2 (#53)
  • Page 29 2-1-7. HANDLE SECTION EXPLODED VIEW HARDWARE LIST Follow the disassembly in the numerical order given. 1 EVF Block (1-1 to 1-11) 2 GG-003 Board (2-1 to 2-6) 3 Microphone Holder (3-1) 3 Microphone Holder 1 EVF Block 1-1 (#49) 1-10 (#49) 3-1 (#61) (#50)
  • Page 30: Method Of Lens Unit Disassembly

    2-2. METHOD OF LENS UNIT DISASSEMBLY 1 Remove the screw and the tape that is the fixation of Flexible 3 Remove after rotating the Ring Unit a little. Board. Screw Ring Unit Lens Unit Do not damage Flexible Board. Tape Flexible Board Note: Avoid Flexible Board from the Lens Unit when you install 2 Remove three screws for connection.
  • Page 31 HELP Sheet attachment positions and procedures of processing the flexible boards/harnesses are shown. Flexible Board of the Switch Block Control comes in front of the CF Retainer Plate. Loud Speaker Harness arrangement Tape (A) RR-003 Board Claw Hook CF Retainer Plate FP-487 Flexible Board Hook Interception Plate (CMOS)
  • Page 32: Block Diagrams

    3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS Link Link OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/8) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (7/8) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/8) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (8/8) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/8) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/8) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (5/8) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (6/8) POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4)
  • Page 33 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 3-1. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. EE-006 BOARD (G) TT-003 BOARD (1/8) : VIDEO SIGNAL CN5601 CN1003 DCOUT1, DRVOUT1, DCOUT1_G, DRVOUT1_G, DCOUT4, DRVOUT4 DCOUT4_G, DRVOUT4_G...
  • Page 34 3-2. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (2/8) CRECDT DV REC CRECCK OVERALL (3/8) (PAGE 3-3) CRECA1, CRECA2 HDV REC, HDV-i.LINK HDV REC, DV REC RECDT EBS[0] - EBS[7]...
  • Page 35 3-3. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (3/8) : VIDEO SIGNAL : AUDIO SIGNAL VITDT HDV PB RFIN HDV PB, DV PB RFIN OVERALL (4/8) OVERALL (2/8)
  • Page 36 3-4. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. N MECHANISM DECK TT-003 BOARD (4/8) NN-003 BOARD (MDX-N111) FP-491 FLEXIBLE BOARD VIDEO HEAD CN1009 CN5001 RECDT HDV REC, DV REC...
  • Page 37 3-5. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (5/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (5/8) CN1014 REC_CRRT0_C, REC_CRRT1_C OVERALL (1/8) (PAGE 3-1) RF_MON OO-003 BOARD (1/3) OVERALL (4/8) FP-492 FLEXIBLE FRRV (PAGE 3-4)
  • Page 38 3-6. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (6/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (6/8) HH-003 BOARD FP-493 FLEXIBLE BOARD CN1010 CN7201 HM_Y0 - HM_Y7 HM_Y0 - HM_Y7 CN7401 HM_R0 - HM_R7 HM_R0 - HM_R7...
  • Page 39 3-7. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (7/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. OO-003 BOARD (2/3) TT-003 BOARD (7/8) XX-015 BOARD IC6607 FP-492 FLEXIBLE CN8401 (2/2) BOARD ZZ-003 BOARD (1/2) GG-003 CN6602 (2/3)
  • Page 40 3-8. OVERALL BLOCK DIAGRAM (8/8) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD GG-003 BOARD OO-003 TT-003 BOARD (8/8) (2/2) FP-500 BOARD FP-492 (3/3) FLEXIBLE FLEXIBLE RUBBER TACT KEY BOARD...
  • Page 41 3-9. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/4) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (1/4) F4601 ST_UNREG D_2.8V F4603 A_4.6V MT_5V F4604 D_1.8V A_3.3V POWER (3/4) F4605 (PAGE 3-11) D_3.3V D_1.5V...
  • Page 42 3-10. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/4) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (2/4) D_1.0V D_1.0V A_1.2V A_1.2V A_1.2V D_1.2V D_1.2V D_1.2V D_1.2V_K D_1.5V D_1.5V D_1.5V D_1.8V D_1.8V D_2.5V...
  • Page 43 3-11. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (3/4) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (3/4) EE-006 BOARD x 3 CN1002, CN1003, CN1004 CN5601 CMOS_-1.0V CMOS_-1.0V A_-1.0V 3.3V_1 REG L5602 IC1104 (1/18)
  • Page 44 3-12. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (4/4) ( ) : Number in parenthesis ( ) indicates the division number of schematic diagram where the component is located. TT-003 BOARD (4/4) FP-494 RR-003 BOARD (2/2) FLEXIBLE PP-003 BOARD CN1007 CN9601 BOARD (2/2) (2/2) (2/2) CN9005 Q9007, Q9009...
  • Page 45: Printed Wiring Boards And Schematic Diagrams

    4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-1. FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (1/2) J2001 II-003 BOARD (SIDE A) LANC JACK CN5802 LENS BLOCK YY-003 BOARD YY-003 BOARD CN9204 (SIDE B) (SIDE A) CONTROL CONTROL COMPONENT SWITCH SWITCH BLOCK BLOCK (PL18500) (PS18500)
  • Page 46 FP-488 FLEXIBLE BOARD FRAME SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/2) CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (XR91030) FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD CN9802 CN9803 FP-499 FLEXIBLE BOARD ZZ-003 BOARD (SIDE A) CN8202 CN8203 FP-500 FLEXIBLE BOARD GG-003 BOARD ZZ-003 BOARD (SIDE B) OO-003 BOARD OO-003 BOARD (SIDE A) (SIDE B) CN9801 FP-492...
  • Page 47: Schematic Diagrams

    4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (1/2) TO (2/2) TO (2/2) Link Link TT-003 BOARD (15/18) EE-006 BOARD (CMOS IMAGER) (MECHA CONTROL) TT-003 BOARD (1/18) TT-003 BOARD (16/18) (HI CONTROL) (A/D CONVERTER) TT-003 BOARD (17/18) TT-003 BOARD (2/18) (CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS) (DC/DC CONVERTER) TT-003 BOARD (3/18) TT-003 BOARD (18/18) (CONNECTOR) (BASE BAND SIGNAL PROCESS)
  • Page 48 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (2/2) TO (1/2) TO (1/2) WW-003 BOARD (USB/MS CONNECTOR) UU-003 BOARD (EVF, EVF BACKLIGHT) FP-484 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-496 FLEXIBLE BOARD (REMOTE SENSOR (BACK)) (TT-WW CONNECTION) FP-501 FLEXIBLE BOARD JJ-004 BOARD (PITCH/YAW SENSOR) (FP-UU CONNECTION) FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD OO-003 BOARD (1/2) (EVF DRIVE) (HANDLE ZOOM/SS) OO-003 BOARD (2/2)
  • Page 49 ENGLISH JAPANESE 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ENGLISH JAPANESE 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (ENGLISH) THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block) (For schematic diagrams) 1. Connection • All capacitors are in µF unless otherwise noted. pF : µ Pattern box µF.
  • Page 50 ENGLISH JAPANESE 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS ENGLISH JAPANESE 4-2. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS (JAPANESE) Pattern box PTB-450 For PTB-450: J-6020-250-A J-6082-200-A For PTB-1450: Small pattern box J-6082-559-A PTB-1450 J-6082-557-A L = 1 m (PTB-450) L = 40 cm (PTB-1450) Ω HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C...
  • Page 51 EE-006 BOARD Note: In red, green and blue, the same EE-006 board is used respectively. CMOS IMAGER Note: EE-006 complete board and IC5601 are not supplied, XX MARK:NO MOUNT but they are included in prism assy. NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R:REC MODE P:PB MODE R5616 XX CMOS_SO...
  • Page 52 TT-003 BOARD (1/18) A/D CONVERTER SENSOR_VD XX MARK:NO MOUNT SENSOR_HD NO MARK:REC/PB MODE ADC_VD @004 XCS_CMOS_R @008 : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs ADC_HD XCS_CMOS_G and the Transistors with mark, are (2/18) CLPOB XCS_CMOS_B not possible. (2/18) CN1002 CMOS_SO CMOS_SO_BO CMOS_SO AD_B_B05...
  • Page 53 TT-003 BOARD (2/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. CAMERA SIGNAL PROCESS XX MARK:NO MOUNT D_1.2V_K R1417 XX D_1.2V_K D_2.8V FB1401 D_2.8V D_2.5V FB1402 (17/18) D_2.5V A_2.8V HDI_Y7 R1418 XX A_2.8V HDI_Y6 CL1404 R1405...
  • Page 54 TT-003 BOARD (3/18) BASE BAND SIGNAL PROCESS XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are A_2.8V not possible. L1803 10uH HDI_Y0 D0_VM HDI_Y0 D0_VM IC_1801_PLBL IC_1801_PLBL HDI_Y1 D1_VM HDI_Y1 D1_VM IC_1801_PLRE HDI_Y2 D2_VM IC_1801_PLRE HDI_Y2...
  • Page 55 TT-003 BOARD (4/18) COMPONENT OUT AMP XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE A_2.8V FB2001 A_4.6V C2001 D4_-2.8V (17/18) C2003 0.1u D_2.8V EVER_3.0V PLBL R2010 4700 L2003 L2002 Q2001 10uH 10uH 2SA2029T2LQ/R CN1001 BUFFER IC_1801_PLBL D3CN C2012 D3CN R2001 LINE_CNT3 ±0.5% LINE_CNT3 XPSV_D4 XPSV_D4...
  • Page 56 TT-003 BOARD (5/18) HDV-MPEG VIDEO ENCODE/DECODE XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. R2215 R2237 R2211 R2224 R2225 R2226 4700 4700 C2230 AA23 AA24 AB23 AB24 AD24 AC24 AD23 AC23 AD22 AC22...
  • Page 57 TT-003 BOARD (6/18) SDRAM, FLASH XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. D_2.8V FB2401 D_2.8V (17/18) D_1.8V D_1.8V R2401 C2401 C2403 0.1u REG_GND D31A07_SIM D30A06_SIM BMDQS0 BMDQS0 D29A05_SIM BMDQS1 BMDQS1 @033 D28A04_SIM...
  • Page 58 TT-003 BOARD (7/18) HDV STREAM PROCESS D31A07_SIM XX MARK:NO MOUNT D31A07_SIM D30A06_SIM D30A06_SIM : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs D29A05_SIM D29A05_SIM and the Transistors with mark, are D28A04_SIM D28A04_SIM @033 not possible. D27A03_SIM D27A03_SIM D26A02_SIM (3/18) (8/18) D26A02_SIM D25A01_SIM (5/18) (9/18) D25A01_SIM...
  • Page 59 TT-003 BOARD (8/18) DV SIGNAL PROCESS XX MARK:NO MOUNT A_2.8V : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs D_1.5V (17/18) and the Transistors with mark, are D_2.8V not possible. FB2801 D_2.8V L2806 10uH C2820 C2821 0.1u 4.7u REG_GND XVSP_SCK XVSP_SCK @067 (10/18) (15/18) VSP_SO...
  • Page 60 TT-003 BOARD (9/18) HDV/DV i.LINK INTERFACE XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. C3414 C3416 0.1u PD10 PD10 PD11 PD11 PD12 PD12 PD13 PD13 PD14 PD14 @065 PD15 PD15 PD16 PD16 (7/18)
  • Page 61 TT-003 BOARD (10/18) HDMI SIGNAL PROCESS XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. XRST_HDMI XCS_IC_3201 @074 HDMI_SCL HDMI_SCL HDMI_SDA (15/18) HDMI_SDA C3209 0.1u XHDMI_DCIN XHDMI_DCIN HM_B0 HM_B0 HM_B1 FP-493 HM_B1 REG_GND VSS2...
  • Page 62 TT-003 BOARD (11/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. VIDEO OUT, AUDIO IN/OUT XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE D_2.8V L3016 10uH XCS_IC_3001 EP_8.5V XCS_IC_3001 XCS_IC_3002 AU_4.6V XCS_IC_3002 (17/18) L3004 DEM0 @075 10uH AU_4.6V...
  • Page 63 TT-003 BOARD (12/18) DS CONTROL, HI CONTROL XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. CN1011 C3619 @031 REG_GND KEY_AD4 FOCUS (3/18) KEY_AD4_2 X3601 EXP.FOCUS 48MHz R1009 3900 EXPOSURE IC3602...
  • Page 64 TT-003 BOARD (13/18) SDRAM, FLASH, EEPROM XX MARK:NO MOUNT : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. D15_VM D15_VM D14_VM D14_VM D13_VM D13_VM D_2.8V FB3801 D12_VM D12_VM D11_VM D11_VM C3803 D10_VM D10_VM IC3806 D9_VM D9_VM D8_VM...
  • Page 65 TT-003 BOARD (14/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are CAMERA CONTROL not possible. XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R4203 R4206 D4201 R4208 MA2S111-(K8).SO CS_SIRCS_1 @092 FB4201 SIRCS_SIG_FRONT D4202 R4209 D_1.5V MA2S111-(K8).SO (18/18) CS_SIRCS_2 SIRCS_SIG_REAR D_1.2V...
  • Page 66 TT-003 BOARD (15/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. MECHA CONTROL XX MARK:NO MOUNT XPSV_D4 XPSV_D4 XD4CN XD4CN XLINE_CNT1A @049 XLINE_CNT1A XLINE_CNT1B D_1.5V XLINE_CNT1B FB4401 D_1.5V (4/18) XLINE_CNT2 XLINE_CNT2 D_2.8V (17/18) XLINE_CNT3A XLINE_CNT3A D_2.8V...
  • Page 67 TT-003 BOARD (16/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. HI CONTROL XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R:REC MODE D_2.8V P:PB MODE (17/18) EVER_3.0V R4001 VTR_UNREG SYS_V @096 (14/18) SYS_V (15/18) Q4001 VTR_DD_ON SSM6L16FE(TPLR3)
  • Page 68 TT-003 BOARD (17/18) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. DC/DC CONVERTER XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE CN4601 LF4601 ACV_UNREG C4601 C4684 ACV_GND 0.1u J901 0.1u C4602 DC IN BATT_XEXT 0.1u CN4602 R4604 BATT_UNREG...
  • Page 69 TT-003 BOARD (18/18) CONNECTOR XX MARK:NO MOUNT (1/18) @007 CAM_VD (2/18) CAM_VD (3/18) @044 (14/18) XRST_VTR (6/18) XRST_VTR (15/18) YY-003 (1/18) (14/18) @009 (2/2) FP-491 XSYS_RST XSYS_RST (2/18) (15/18) CN5803 FLEXIBLE (13/18) (16/18) VSP_SO VSP_SO @067 (8/18) (11/18) (Page 4-25) (Page 4-40) XVSP_SCK (10/18)
  • Page 70 YY-003 BOARD (1/2) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. LENS DRIVE XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R:REC MODE P:PB MODE LENS BLOCK is replaced as block, so that PRINTED WIRING BOARD and LENS BLOCK SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM are omitted.
  • Page 71 YY-003 BOARD (2/2) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. OIS DRIVE XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R:REC MODE P:PB MODE LENS BLOCK is replaced as block, LENS BLOCK so that PRINTED WIRING BOARD and (2/2) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM are omitted.
  • Page 72 NN-003 BOARD (1/2) REC/PB AMP XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE IC5201 R:REC MODE P:PB MODE 6V REG IC5201 TK11160CSCL-G R5211 L5202 10uH R5205 L5201 R5206 10uH 6800 C5204 C5201 C5202 C5205 C5206 C5213 C5218 0.1u 0.001u 6.3V 0.01u 0.01u 6.3V C5214 0.1u...
  • Page 73 NN-003 BOARD (2/2) : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. SERVO XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE EP_13.5V @201 D_2.8V MT_5V (1/2) VTR_UNREG EVER_3.0V C5421 C5422 C5423 R5436 C5428 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 0.1u 100k MT_GND...
  • Page 74 HH-003 BOARD : Voltage measurement of the CSP ICs and the Transistors with mark, are not possible. HDMI OUT XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R7438 L7403 10uH L7402 FL7401 10uH L7401 D_1.8V 10uH C7411 C7412 C7410 C7403 6.3V 6.3V 6.3V 0.1u IDCK...
  • Page 75 GG-003 BOARD CONNECTOR XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN8202 SIRCS_SIG_FRONT SIRCS_SIG_FRONT F_TALLY_LED F_TALLY_LED A_4.6V VTR_LINREG VTR_LINREG REG_GND REG_GND CH1_CH2_MONI CN8205 CH1_CH2_MONI L8201 N.C. CH1_AUTOMANUAL CH1_AUTOMANUAL FL8201 CH1_LINE_MIC N.C. CH1_LINE_MIC C8240 C8239 AU_4.6V CH2_LINE_MIC CH2_LINE_MIC CH2_AUTOMANUAL AU_4.6V CH2_AUTOMANUAL R8261 C8237 REC_LEVEL_VOL_CH1 AU_4.6V REC_LEVEL_VOL_CH1 CH1_48V_MONI A_GND CH1_48V_MONI...
  • Page 76 • Refer to page 4-3 (English), 4-4 (Japanese) for mark 0. RR-003 BOARD CONTROL SWITCH XX MARK:NO MOUNT CN9601 REG_GND CN9604 SP(+) SP901 SPEAKER SP(-) REG_GND CN9606 BL_-V (-15V) BL_-V (-15V) BL_CONT BL_CONT BL_V (+13V) BL_V (+13V) REG_GND REG_GND PANEL_VD PANEL_VD PANEL_HD PANEL_HD...
  • Page 77 PP-003 BOARD Q9009 LCD DRIVE MCH6305-TL-E-S B+ SWITCH XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R9032 C9023 100k 0.01u L9003 4.7uH L9002 4.7uH R9031 FB9001 L9001 4.7uH Q9007 UNR32A300LS0 C9003 C9002 C9013 C9004 C9008 C9015 C9016 C9022 SWITCH 0.1u 6.3V 6.3V C9020 C9017 0.1u...
  • Page 78 FP-484 FP-501 FLEXIBLE BOARD FLEXIBLE REMOTE SENSOR (BACK) UU-003 BOARD BOARD XX MARK:NO MOUNT EVF, EVF BACKLIGHT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE FP-UU CONNECTION XX MARK:NO MOUNT PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. NO MARK:REC/PB MODE CN4001 CN8601 CN8602 HCK2 LD4033 HCK2 HCK2 HCK2 LD4032 HCK1...
  • Page 79 OO-003 BOARD (1/2) EVF DRIVE XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE 13.1 13.1 L6603 C6615 10uH 4.7u C6617 R6615 C6623 R6622 0.01u 12.4 Q6602 13.1 R6607 C6613 2SA2029T2LQ/R 2.2u B+ SWITCH R6616 6800 13.1 R6617 Q6606 XP4601-TXE R6601 Q6605, Q6606 Q6605 PSIG DRIVE CN6603...
  • Page 80 OO-003 BOARD (2/2) MIC LEVEL CONTROL XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE IC6608 IC6606 IC6608 IC6606 XCS_AUVOL @405 TC7WB66FK(TE85R) TC7WB66FK(TE85R) XVSP_SCK (1/2) VSP_SO L6605 10uH @401 AU_4.6V FL6601 (1/2) C6627 C6626 R6630 0.1u C6645 0.1u R6628 A_GND MIC_RCH/CH2 C6646 C6638 0.027u 0.1u C6636...
  • Page 81 XX-015 BOARD XLR INPUT XX MARK:NO MOUNT Q8419 2SC4177-T1L5L6 NO MARK:REC/PB MODE L8403 D8401 47V REG 4.7uH RB160M-60TR 48.1 47.2 47.2 47.1 Q8404 R8424 R8494 R8467 2SA811A-T1C17 680k 3300 B+ SWITCH 47.7 46.6 R8468 R8425 100k Q8411 240k 2SD2216J-QR(K8).SO R8405 SWITCH R8480 CN8403...
  • Page 82 ZZ-003 BOARD FP-499 FLEXIBLE MIC/LINE AMP XX MARK:NO MOUNT BOARD NO MARK:REC/PB MODE GG-ZZ CONNECTION PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. IC9801 IC9803 CN9804 A_GND A_GND A_GND CH1 MIC/LINE AMP CH1 AMP, VOLTAGE FOLLOWER IC9801 IC9803 A_GND A_GND A_GND NJM2737RB1(TE2) NJM2746RB1(TE2) A_GND A_GND A_GND...
  • Page 83 FP-495 FLEXIBLE II-003 BOARD BOARD HDV/DV, A/V, COMPONENT CONNECTOR TT-II CONNECTION XX MARK:NO MOUNT (PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.) CN9201 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND D9201 SML-512WWT86 CHARGE_LED_VDD CHARGE_LED_VDD CHARGE_LED_VDD CHARGE XCHARGE_LED XCHARGE_LED XCHARGE_LED LND921 LF9201 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND CHASSI_GND REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND CN9202 TH9203...
  • Page 84 FP-496 FLEXIBLE WW-003 BOARD BOARD USB/MS CONNECTOR TT-WW CONNECTION XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE (PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.) CN9401 D9402 REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND 1SS357(T3SONY1) USB_D- USB_D- USB_D- R9405 N.C. N.C. N.C. CN9403 LF9401 R9416 R9418 USB_D+ USB_D+ USB_D+ REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND...
  • Page 85 JJ-004 BOARD PITCH/YAW SENSOR XX MARK:NO MOUNT NO MARK:REC/PB MODE R:REC MODE P:PB MODE FB8001 R2.8 R1.3 R8004 /P0.2 Vref R1.5 R8008 10k FB8005 R8001 /P0.9 SE8001 R8010 XX FB8006 PITCH SENSOR C8016 XX R8009 1M C8001 C8003 C8005 FB8002 4.7u 0.1u CN8001...
  • Page 86 FP-491 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD TT-NN CONNECTION TT-003 HANDLE ZOOM/SS (18/18) (PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.) CN1009 (Page 4-23) REG_GND REG_GND RUBBER RFIN REG_GND TACT KEY REG_GND RF_MON KEY_AD3_123 LND301 LND308 LND309 START/STOP RECCK REG_GND LND302 REG_GND GG-003 REG_GND RECDT REG_GND CN8203...
  • Page 87 FP-492 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-493 FLEXIBLE BOARD TT-003 TT-003 TT-00 CONNECTION TT-HH CONNECTION (18/18) (10/18) CN1012 CN1010 (PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.) (PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.) (Page 4-15) (Page 4-23) AU_GND AU_4.6V IDCK REG_GND REG_GND REG_GND AU_GND AU_4.6V REG_GND MIC_LCH_CH1 AU_GND 64FS_HDMI FS_HDMI...
  • Page 88 FP-485 FLEXIBLE BOARD CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK TT-CONTROL SW CONNECTION (PL18500) XX MARK:NO MOUNT S001 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PL18500) is replaced as block, (EJECT) so that PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted. LND501 XEJECT_SW RV2001 R2003 LND502 REG_GND CN501 (ZOOM) FB2003 LND503 CHASSIS_GND D_2.8V D_2.8V...
  • Page 89 MECHANISM BLOCK NN-003 (2/2) CN5401 (Page 4-27) FP-228 M902 LOADING MOTOR Q901 FLEXIBLE DEW- DEW- PT4850FJE00F TAPE END SENSOR DEW+ DEW+ BOARD SENSOR D902 GL453SE0000F (TAPE LED) Q902 FP-032 PT4850FJE00F XMODE_SW_A XMODE_SW_A TAPE TOP SENSOR XMODE_SW_B XMODE_SW_B FLEXIBLE XMODE_SW_C XMODE_SW_C SW_COM/SW_GND SW_COM/SW_GND BOARD...
  • Page 90: Printed Wiring Boards

    4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS Link Link EE-006 BOARD FP-486 FLEXIBLE BOARD TT-003 BOARD (SIDE A) FP-487 FLEXIBLE BOARD TT-003 BOARD (SIDE B) OO-003 BOARD YY-003 BOARD XX-015 BOARD NN-003 BOARD (SIDE A) ZZ-003 BOARD NN-003 BOARD (SIDE B) FP-488 FLEXIBLE BOARD HH-003 BOARD II-003 BOARD GG-003 BOARD...
  • Page 91 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS (ENGLISH) THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS • : Uses unleaded solder. • Chip parts. • : Circuit board Transistor Diode : Flexible board Pattern from the side which enables seeing. : pattern of the rear side (The other layers’...
  • Page 92 EE-006 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. EE-006 BOARD (SIDE A) EE-006 BOARD (SIDE B) Note: EE-006 complete board and IC5601 are not supplied, but they are included in prism assy. C5635 C5623 C5619 C5609 C5631 C5629 C5606 C5616 C5628 C5634 C5621 C5610...
  • Page 93 TT-003 (10 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. Note: IC3804 is not supplied, but this is included in TT-003 BOARD (SIDE A) TT-003 complete board. LND101 CN1008 A_2.8V D_2.8V CN1012 L1205 L1206 C1260 C1263 R1003 R1022 R1021 D_2.5V C1262 C1601 C1421 R1413 FB1601 C2009...
  • Page 94 TT-003 (10 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. Note: IC2402 is not supplied, but this is included in TT-003 BOARD (SIDE B) TT-003 complete board. C1102 R1116 R1103 CN1007 C1109 L1404 C1124 A_4.6V C1104 D_2.8V R3009 C3015 R1416 R1415 R1113 C3065 C3047 C3031 L3008...
  • Page 95 YY-003 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. YY-003 BOARD (SIDE A) YY-003 BOARD (SIDE B) CL6004 R6025 CL6003 L6002 R6023 CL6005 R6020 R6037 CL6006 R6019 C6025 C6037 R6049 R6048 R6237 C5809 CL6001 Q6204 R6083 CL6002 R6082 R6106 R6047 C6023 R5829 R6085 Q6001 C6225...
  • Page 96 NN-003 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. NN-003 BOARD (SIDE A) CN5001 LND501 C5202 IC5201 C5201 C5212 C5441 R5423 C5417 VTR_UNREG R5203 R5434 C5416 C5408 R5204 D_2.8V C5414 R5422 C5420 R5206 C5413 C5409 C5433 R5431 L5402 C5432 C5213 C5412 R5421 R5429 C5424 R5207...
  • Page 97 NN-003 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. NN-003 BOARD (SIDE B) C5001 R5005 C5002 D5002 1-870-042- HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C NN-003 (SIDE B) 4-52...
  • Page 98 HH-003 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. HH-003 BOARD (SIDE A) HH-003 BOARD (SIDE B) R7229 R7419 R7413 R7228 R7213 R7429 R7421 R7412 R7201 R7434 R7214 R7420 R7411 R7202 CN7401 R7215 R7410 R7203 LF7404 R7426 R7216 R7409 HDMI R7204 IC7402 R7217 R7408 R7205...
  • Page 99 GG-003 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. GG-003 BOARD (SIDE A) LN8202 VD8201 VD8202 R8256 CN8202 R8213 R8212 CN8204 R8234 R8238 R8235 R8239 R8237 R8236 C8240 R8254 1-870-056- GG-003 BOARD (SIDE B) C8220 C8205 R8264 C8257 C8224 R8209 C8201 R8253 G1 F1 E1 D1 C1 B1 C8231 G2 F2 E2 D2 C2 B2...
  • Page 100 RR-003 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. RR-003 BOARD (SIDE A) S9603 S9606 S9613 S9615 S9616 S9603 S9606 S9613 S9615 S9616 STOP PLAY SLOW S9609, S9611 S9601 S9604 S9609 S9611 S9601 S9604 RESET PAUSE S9614 S9607 S9605 S9614 VOLUME/ ZEBRA MEMORY S9607 S9605...
  • Page 101 RR-003 (2 layers) CAUTION Note: Replace the battery holder (BH9601) together Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. when replacing the lithium battery (BT9601) on : Uses unleaded solder. Replace only with the same or equivalent type. the RR-003 board. (The battery holder removed once cannot be used again.) When mounting these parts, mount new battery holder first and attach new lithium battery next.
  • Page 102 PP-003 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. PP-003 BOARD LD9001 R9002 R9001 R9032 C9023 C9012 R9025 LD9004 L9003 C9011 LD9003 C9018 C9015 Q9009 C9010 LD9002 C9016 R9024 R9021 C9017 C9013 C9008 Q9007 R9018 C9022 C9020 LD9005 C9006 LD9006 R9010 IC9002 R9012 LD9007 FB9001...
  • Page 103 FP-486 (1 layer), FP-487 (1 layer), FP-484 (1 layer), UU-003 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. FP-486 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-487 FLEXIBLE BOARD FB601 LND606 LND605 FB602 LND604 LND603 LND602 LND601 39HN T V 1 1-870-109- >PI< J601 (HEADPHONES) R602 1-870-108- FB603 S701 (PANEL REVERSE)
  • Page 104 OO-003 (6 layers) OO-003 BOARD (SIDE A) OO-003 BOARD (SIDE B) : Uses unleaded solder. C6631 R6635 R6632 C6648 C6645 C6647 C6630 IC6608 IC6609 C6625 Q6607 C6639 C6638 R6647 R6646 C6643 CN6601 R6636 R6649 C6626 R6648 R6627 R6626 C6627 CN6603 C6606 L6602 C6644...
  • Page 105 XX-015 (6 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. XX-015 BOARD (SIDE A) XX-015 BOARD (SIDE B) INPUT2 INPUT1 LD8401 CN8401 Q8404 Q8406 Q8414 Q8418 R8467 R8471 R8468 R8481 C8429 R8431 R8432 R8429 R8430 C8428 R8457 R8458 R8455 R8456 R8488 R8487 Q8419 C8404 C8403 C8401...
  • Page 106 ZZ-003 (2 layers), FP-488 (1 layer) : Uses unleaded solder. ZZ-003 BOARD (SIDE B) ZZ-003 BOARD (SIDE A) L9801 Q001 C9822 C9824 C9810 C9821 C9811 R9814 R9819 C9816 R9815 C9815 C9812 R9802 R9801 IC9801 IC9802 R9804 R9803 R9834 C9825 C9826 LD9801 C9813 R9820...
  • Page 107 II-003 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. II-003 BOARD (SIDE A) II-003 BOARD (SIDE B) CN9204 COMPONENT R9209 D9206 R9208 R9207 R9206 VDR921 R9203 VDR924 R9205 VDR922 R9202 D9204 R9204 CN9203 D9205 A/V OUT R9201 D9203 FB9202 FB9201 LF9201 LF9202 CN9202 HDV/DV CN9202...
  • Page 108 WW-003 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. WW-003 BOARD (SIDE A) WW-003 BOARD (SIDE B) D9401 (MS ACCESS) R9412 MEMORY FB9404 STICK R9408 C9403 C9402 R9402 C9401 R9404 CN9403 D9403 R9405 D9402 (USB) D9404 R9419 R9418 R9417 R9416 1-870-054- 1-870-054- HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C WW-003 4-63...
  • Page 109 JJ-004 (2 layers) : Uses unleaded solder. JJ-004 BOARD (SIDE A) JJ-004 BOARD (SIDE B) LD8001 LD8002 C8012 C8018 C8010 C8017 C8002 R8006 C8015 R8009 R8005 SE8001 C8001 C8016 R8008 R8007 (PITCH) R8004 C8011 R8002 R8001 FB8002 FB8006 C8005 C8007 C8004 C8003 C8006...
  • Page 110 FP-483 (1 layer), FP-485 (1 layer) : Uses unleaded solder. FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD LND306 LND305 LND304 LND303 LND302 LND301 LND310 LND312 LND308 S303 LND311 LND313 LND309 1-870-105- (HANDLE ZOOM) START/STOP FP-485 FLEXIBLE BOARD LND501 LND502 LND503 LND504 LND505 LND506 LND507 LND508 LND509 LND510...
  • Page 111 FP-031 (1 layer), FP-032 (1 layer), FP-228 (1 layer) : Uses unleaded solder. Q902 TAPE TOP SENSOR S901 (CC DOWN) FP-032 FLEXIBLE BOARD MIC903 D902 S903 (TAPE LED) MODE SWITCH S902 (REC PROOF) 4 PIN CONNECTOR 1-867-810- FP-228 FLEXIBLE BOARD H902 SENSOR T REEL SENSOR...
  • Page 112: Mounted Parts Location

    4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS 4-4. MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION no mark : side A * mark : side B EE-006 BOARD TT-003 BOARD C5601 * C1112 C1802 * C2401 * C3092 * C4205 C5602 * C1113 C1803 * C2402 * C3093 * C4206 C5603 * C1114...
  • Page 113 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS * C4659 FB3801 D-3 * L4602 R1046 E-3 * R2213 C-4 * R3411 C-4 * C4661 FB3802 E-4 * L4603 R1047 E-3 * R2214 C-4 * R3412 C-4 * C4662 FB3803 D-4 * L4604 R1048 E-3 * R2215 C-5 R3601 D-5 * C4665...
  • Page 114 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS YY-003 BOARD NN-003 BOARD R4023 C-1 R4615 D-2 C5807 R5825 B-1 * C5001 Q5401 D-4 R4024 C-1 R4616 C-2 C5808 R6017 A-2 * C5002 Q5402 D-2 R4026 C-1 R4617 C-2 C6009 R6018 A-2 * C5003 Q5403 E-3 R4027 B-1 R4618 C-2 C6010...
  • Page 115 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS HH-003 BOARD GG-003 BOARD RR-003 BOARD PP-003 BOARD OO-003 BOARD * C7402 CN8202 A-4 * BH9601 A-3 C9002 C6601 R6619 E-1 * C7403 CN8203 A-2 C9004 C6602 R6620 E-1 * C7404 CN8205 A-1 * BT9601 A-3 C9006 C6605 R6621 D-1...
  • Page 116 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS no mark : side A * mark : side B XX-015 BOARD ZZ-003 BOARD JJ-004 BOARD * C8401 * IC8403 C-1 * R8462 C-3 * C9801 * C8001 * C8402 * IC8404 C-2 R8463 B-2 * C9802 * C8002 * C8403 * IC8405 D-1...
  • Page 117: Repair Parts List

    NOTE 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST (1/2) TO (2/2) TO (2/2) NOTE: Characters A to Z of the electrical parts list indicate location of exploded views in which the desired part is shown. EXPLODED VIEWS EXPLODED VIEWS Link Link OVERALL SECTION-1 OVERALL SECTION-2 OVERALL SECTION-3 LENS SECTION...
  • Page 118 NOTE 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST (2/2) TO (1/2) TO (1/2) ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST ACCESSORIES PP-003 BOARD EE-006 BOARD FP-487 FLEXIBLE BOARD RR-003 BOARD FP-031 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-488 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-032 FLEXIBLE BOARD TT-003 BOARD GG-003 BOARD FP-228 FLEXIBLE BOARD UU-003 BOARD HH-003 BOARD WW-003 BOARD FP-483 FLEXIBLE BOARD...
  • Page 119 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST (ENGLISH) NOTE: When indicating parts by reference number, • -XX, -X mean standardized parts, so they may have some differences from please include the board name. the original one. •...
  • Page 120: Exploded Views

    5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1. EXPLODED VIEWS 5-1-1. OVERALL SECTION-1 Handle Section (See Page 5-11) Cabinet (L) Section (See Page 5-9) Overall Section-2 (See Page 5-3) Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No.
  • Page 121 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-2. OVERALL SECTION-2 Overall Section-3 (See Page 5-4) Mechanism Deck Section (See Page 5-14) Cabinet (R) Section (See Page 5-7) - 0 0 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No.
  • Page 122 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-3. OVERALL SECTION-3 ns: not supplied J901 BT Block (See Page 5-6) (Note) Lens Section (See Page 5-5) • Refer to page 5-1 for mark 0. Note: Note: Refer to page 2-1 “Note for disconnecting the harness (co- axial cable)”...
  • Page 123 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-4. LENS SECTION ns: not supplied (Note 3) (EE-006 Complete Board (Note 3) and IC5601 (CMOS Imager)) (Note 1, 2) (Note 3) (8mm x 18mm) Note 2: 。 CAUTION: Note 2: Be sure to read “Precautions for Replacement For the part of 165, cut WOVEN (T0.25), FABRIC NON of Imager”...
  • Page 124 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST HARDWARE LIST 5-1-5. BT BLOCK ns: not supplied BT901 • Refer to page 5-1 for mark 0. Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 2-891-969-01 COVER, BT LOCK 3-968-771-01 SPRING, COMPRESSION 3-060-595-01 CLAW, BT LOCK 2-891-966-01 PANEL, BATTERY 3-968-770-01 SHAFT, BT...
  • Page 125 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-6. CABINET (R) SECTION BT9601 ns: not supplied (Note) BH9601 (Note) - 0 0 SP901 LCD Panel Block (See Page 5-8) : BT9601 (BATTERY, LITHIUM SECONDARY) Board on the mount position. (See page 4-56.) Note: Replace the battery holder (BH9601) together when replac- ing the lithium battery (BT9601) on the RR-003 board.
  • Page 126 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST HARDWARE LIST 5-1-7. LCD PANEL BLOCK LCD901 D901 - 0 0 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 2-892-044-11 CABINET (L), PANEL 1-964-790-11 HARNESS (PR-074) * 302 2-892-045-01 CUSHION, LCD A-1217-232-A FP-487 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE X-2159-313-1 FRAME ASSY, PANEL A-1217-211-A PP-003 BOARD, COMPLETE...
  • Page 127 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-8. CABINET (L) SECTION Cabinet (L) Block (See Page 5-10) Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 1-479-814-21 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (PL18500) 2-891-494-11 SCREW (M2), NEW TRUSTER, P2 (Red) 2-891-976-01 COVER, GRIP A-1217-230-A FP-485 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE 3-080-206-21 SCREW, TAPPING, P2 (Black)
  • Page 128 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST HARDWARE LIST 5-1-9. CABINET (L) BLOCK ns: not supplied Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 2-892-004-01 BELT, GRIP 1-479-811-11 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (PS18500) * 402 2-892-001-01 HOLDER, GRIP BELT * 408 2-891-981-01 PLATE, PS FIXED X-2159-304-1 CABINET (L) ASSY (D)
  • Page 129 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST DISASSEMBLY HARDWARE LIST 5-1-10. HANDLE SECTION EVF Block ns: not supplied (See Page 5-12) (11mm x 11mm) Handle Block (See Page 5-13) 。 CAUTION: For the part of 462: TAPE (11X11) (2-891-422-01), cut WOVEN (T0.25), FABRIC NON (3-076-631-01) into the desired length and use it.
  • Page 130 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST HARDWARE LIST 5-1-11. EVF BLOCK LCD902 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description X-2159-325-1 HOLDER ASSY, VF PANEL 1-870-123-11 FP-501 FLEXIBLE BOARD X-2159-324-1 FINDER ASSY X-2159-328-1 CABINET ASSY (D), VF 2-892-122-01 CUSHION, VF PANEL X-2159-326-1 TILT ASSY, VF 2-633-596-01 SHEET (1), VF PRISM...
  • Page 131 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST HARDWARE LIST 5-1-12. HANDLE BLOCK ns: not supplied Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description 2-892-093-01 CABINET (L), XL 1-479-815-11 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (XR91030) * 552 2-892-094-01 SHEET METAL, XL 2-892-092-01 CABINET (R), XL A-1217-224-A XX-015 BOARD, COMPLETE X-2159-318-1 CABINET ASSY (D), HANDLE...
  • Page 132 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-13. MECHANISM DECK SECTION ns: not supplied M901 LS chassis block assembly (See page 5-15) Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description X-2024-478-1 PENDULUM ASSY 2-342-927-01 SPRING (ARM T), TENSION COIL 2-342-917-02 LED BASE 7-627-850-77 SCREW, PRECISION +P 1.4X1.8 2-541-585-01 SHEET, FLEXIBLE ADHESIVE...
  • Page 133 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-14. LS/MECHANICAL CHASSIS BLOCK ASSEMBLY-1 ns: not supplied (Note) (Note) LS / Mechanical chassis block assembly-2 (See page 5-16) Note: These two screws are the fixing screws of the LS cam plate. These two fixing screws are used for adjsting the LS cam plate position.
  • Page 134 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5. REPAIR PARTS LIST 5-1-15. LS/MECHANICAL CHASSIS BLOCK ASSEMBLY-2 ns: not supplied D902 Q901 S901 M902 Q902 804 810 FP-031 FP-032 (Note 1) H902 (Note 1, 2) (Note2) MIC903 H901 FP-031 (Note 1) Note1: The FP-031 and FP-032 are supplied as the assembled part of the MD (N100) sub ass'y A by attaching them with the adhesive agent.
  • Page 135: Electrical Parts List

    EE-006 FP-031 FP-032 FP-228 FP-483 5-2. ELECTRICAL PARTS LIST Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1223-596-A PRISM ASSY (SERVICE) < COIL > (Not supplied) EE-006 BOARD, COMPLETE L5601 1-400-588-11 INDUCTOR 10uH ********************** (EE-006 complete board and IC5601 are not supplied, L5602 1-400-588-11 INDUCTOR 10uH...
  • Page 136 FP-484 FP-485 FP-486 FP-487 FP-488 GG-003 HH-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1217-229-A FP-484 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE S702 1-786-148-11 SWITCH, PUSH (1 KEY) (PANEL OPEN/CLOSE) ******************************* < CAPACITOR > A-1217-233-A FP-488 FLEXIBLE BOARD, COMPLETE ******************************* C4001 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF...
  • Page 137 HH-003 II-003 JJ-004 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description * CN7401 1-819-696-21 CONNECTOR, HDMI (HDMI OUT) R7416 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1/16W R7417 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1/16W < DIODE > R7418 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1/16W D7402 8-719-056-85 DIODE UDZ-TE-17-8.2B R7419 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R7420...
  • Page 138 JJ-004 NN-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C5402 1-164-858-11 CERAMIC CHIP 22PF C8013 1-137-710-91 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 6.3V C5406 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF C8014 1-137-710-91 CERAMIC CHIP 10uF 6.3V C5407 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF C8017 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C8018...
  • Page 139 NN-003 OO-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description L5401 1-400-202-21 INDUCTOR 4.7uH C6610 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF L5402 1-414-771-91 INDUCTOR 10uH C6611 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF C6612 1-164-739-11 CERAMIC CHIP 560PF < TRANSISTOR > C6613 1-125-838-11 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF 6.3V Q5401...
  • Page 140 OO-003 PP-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C9009 1-164-739-11 CERAMIC CHIP 560PF < TRANSISTOR > C9010 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF Q6601 6-550-119-01 TRANSISTOR DTC144EMT2L C9011 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF Q6602 6-550-232-01 TRANSISTOR 2SA2029T2LQ/R C9012 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF Q6603 8-729-037-74 TRANSISTOR...
  • Page 141 PP-003 RR-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R9025 1-218-969-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R9623 1-218-960-11 RES-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W R9028 1-208-683-11 METAL CHIP 0.5% 1/16W R9624 1-218-964-11 RES-CHIP 8.2K 1/16W R9029 1-208-695-11 METAL CHIP 3.3K 0.5% 1/16W R9625 1-218-960-11 RES-CHIP 3.9K 1/16W...
  • Page 142 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1217-722-A TT-003 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) (NTSC: V1J/V1U/V1N) C1261 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF A-1217-723-A TT-003 BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE) C1262 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF (PAL: V1E/V1P/V1C) C1263 1-127-895-11 TANTAL. CHIP 22uF C1401 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF...
  • Page 143 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C1826 1-100-611-91 CERAMIC CHIP 22uF 6.3V C1827 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C2233 1-112-716-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF 6.3V C1828 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C2234 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C2235 1-100-842-91 TANTAL. CHIP 47uF 6.3V C1829...
  • Page 144 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C3019 1-127-760-11 CERAMIC CHIP 4.7uF 6.3V C3402 1-164-928-11 CERAMIC CHIP 270PF C3022 1-164-943-81 CERAMIC CHIP 0.01uF C3023 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C3403 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP C3024 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C3404 1-100-507-91 CERAMIC CHIP...
  • Page 145 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C4205 1-164-850-11 CERAMIC CHIP 10PF 0.5PF C4631 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP C4206 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C4207 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C4632 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP C4208 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF C4633 1-165-908-11 CERAMIC CHIP C4634...
  • Page 146 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description CN1008 1-779-334-51 CONNECTOR, FFC/FPC 20P FB3801 1-469-082-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005) CN1009 1-817-920-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 80P FB3802 1-469-082-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005) CN1010 1-817-920-11 CONNECTOR, FPC (ZIF) 80P FB3803 1-469-082-21 INDUCTOR, FERRITE BEAD (1005) FB4202 1-414-760-21 FERRITE, EMI (SMD) (1608) * CN1011 1-816-644-51 FFC/FPC CONNECTOR (LIF) 12P...
  • Page 147 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description L1402 1-469-555-21 INDUCTOR 10uH L1403 1-469-555-21 INDUCTOR 10uH < TRANSISTOR > L1404 1-414-755-11 INDUCTOR 22uH L1801 1-400-676-11 INDUCTOR 22uH Q2001 6-550-232-01 TRANSISTOR 2SA2029T2LQ/R L1802 1-400-675-11 INDUCTOR 10uH Q2002 6-550-232-01 TRANSISTOR 2SA2029T2LQ/R Q2003 6-550-232-01 TRANSISTOR...
  • Page 148 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R1043 1-240-678-91 METAL CHIP 1/20W R1044 1-240-678-91 METAL CHIP 1/20W R1831 1-218-990-81 SHORT CHIP R1045 1-240-678-91 METAL CHIP 1/20W R1832 1-218-935-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R1833 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R1046 1-240-678-91 METAL CHIP 1/20W R2001 1-208-671-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 149 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R2605 1-218-990-81 SHORT CHIP R3412 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R2606 1-218-973-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R2607 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R3601 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R3602 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R2608 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R3603 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R2609...
  • Page 150 TT-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R3669 1-218-955-11 RES-CHIP 1.5K 1/16W R3801 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 1/16W R4216 1-218-985-11 RES-CHIP 470K 1/16W R3802 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 1/16W R4217 1-218-953-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R3803 1-218-990-81 SHORT CHIP R4218 1-218-989-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R4219...
  • Page 151 TT-003 UU-003 WW-003 XX-015 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R4614 1-218-941-81 RES-CHIP 1/16W < TRANSISTOR > R4615 1-218-990-81 SHORT CHIP R4616 1-218-944-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W Q8601 8-729-054-48 TRANSISTOR UP04601008S0 Q8602 8-729-054-48 TRANSISTOR UP04601008S0 R4617 1-208-699-11 METAL CHIP 4.7K 0.5% 1/16W...
  • Page 152 XX-015 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C8412 1-125-777-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF D8403 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8).S0 C8413 1-107-820-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.1uF D8404 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8).S0 C8414 1-163-127-00 CERAMIC CHIP 270PF D8405 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8).S0 C8415 1-162-964-11 CERAMIC CHIP 0.001uF D8406 8-719-073-01 DIODE MA111-(K8).S0...
  • Page 153 XX-015 YY-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description R8479 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W < RESISTOR > R8480 1-218-957-11 RES-CHIP 2.2K 1/16W R8481 1-218-977-11 RES-CHIP 100K 1/16W R8405 1-208-894-81 METAL CHIP 0.5% 1/16W R8482 1-218-965-11 RES-CHIP 1/16W R8408 1-218-855-11 METAL CHIP 2.2K 0.5%...
  • Page 154 YY-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description C6222 1-100-442-91 TANTAL. CHIP 10uF 6.3V R6020 1-218-958-11 RES-CHIP 2.7K 1/16W C6223 1-127-895-11 TANTAL. CHIP 22uF R6021 1-208-703-11 METAL CHIP 6.8K 0.5% 1/16W R6022 1-208-721-11 METAL CHIP 0.5% 1/16W C6224 1-127-895-11 TANTAL.
  • Page 155 ZZ-003 Ref. No. Part No. Description Ref. No. Part No. Description A-1217-215-A ZZ-003 BOARD, COMPLETE < RESISTOR > ********************** < CAPACITOR > R9801 1-219-606-11 METAL CHIP 100K 0.5% 1/16W R9802 1-219-606-11 METAL CHIP 100K 0.5% 1/16W C9801 1-125-889-91 CERAMIC CHIP 2.2uF R9803 1-219-606-11 METAL CHIP...
  • Page 156 • EXCEPT J MODEL to J MODEL Checking supplied accessories. Note: This item is supplied with the unit as an accessory, but is not prepared as a service part. Power Cord Conversion (2P) Adaptor CD-ROM AC Adaptor 0 1-782-476-51 (CH) 0 1-569-008-12 (E: NTSC) (AC-L15A) “Manuals for Digital HD...
  • Page 157 • J MODEL 1-823-156-51 1-829-579-41 1-829-414-61 RMT-831 1-478-495-41 2-892-124-01 2-892-688-01 CD-ROM Manuals for Digital HD 8-814-298-90 Video Camera Recorder 2-887-516-01 • 0 HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 5-39E...
  • Page 158: Adjustments

    6. ADJUSTMENTS Link Link Before starting adjustments VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS List of service tools SERVO AND RF SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS AUDIO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS INITIALIZATION OF EVR DATA...
  • Page 159 SECTION 6 ADJUSTMENTS Before starting adjustments EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board The data that is stored in the repair board, is not necessarily correct. Perform either procedure 1 or procedure 2 or procedure 3 when replacing board. Procedure 1 Save the EVR data of the machine in which a board is going to be replaced.
  • Page 160: Adjusting Items When Replacing Main Parts And Boards

    1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards • Adjusting items when replacing main parts When replacing main parts, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Note 1: When replacing the drum assy or the mechanism deck, reset the data of page: 7, address: A8 to AB to “00”. (Refer to “Record of Use check”...
  • Page 161 • Adjusting items when replacing a board or EEPROM When replacing a board or EEPROM, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Note 2: When the repair is finished, confirm the following items. 1. Shoot the all black subject (Attach Replaced part the lens cap and shoot), and con- firm that a vertical line is not dis-...
  • Page 162: List Of Service Tools

    1-2. List of service tools • Oscilloscope • Color monitor • Vectorscope • Digital voltmeter • Frequency counter • Audio level meter • Audio generator • Audio attenuator • Calculating machine capable of calculating hexadecimal numbers Adjustment remote Adjustment remote commander commander LANC cable...
  • Page 163 J-19 J-20 J-21 Cleaning fluid Wiping cloth Super-fine applicator Y-2031-001-0 7-741-900-53 (made by Nippon Applicator (P752D)) J-22 J-23 J-24 Mirror Mini DV FWD/BACK (samall oval type) torque cassette T adjustment J-6080-840-A J-6082-360-A screwdriver J-6082-187-A J-25 J-26 J-28 Torque screwdriver Tape path Mode Selector II J-9049-330-A screwdriver...
  • Page 164: Camera Section Adjustments

    6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS (CAMERA SECTION) 1-1-1. Preparations L = 40 cm (PTB-1450) Note: Before perform the adjustment, check that the data of page: Pattern box Front of the lens 0, address: 10 is “00”. If not, select page: 0, address: 10, and set data “00”. Camera 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig.
  • Page 165 1-1-2. Precaution 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and perform adjustments without loading cassette. POWER switch ............CAMERA AT IRIS LMT (MENU setting) ........F11 FOUCS switch ............MANUAL BACK LIGHT (MENU setting) ........OFF ND FILTER switch ..........
  • Page 166: Initialization Of Evr Data

    1-2. INITIALIZATION OF EVR DATA 2. Modification of A, B, D, 1A, 1B Page Data If the A, B, D, 1A, 1B page data has been initialized, change the Note 1: Pages used for the EVR consists of 39 pages. There are data of the “Fixed data-2”...
  • Page 167 3. A Page table 5. D Page table Note 1: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is“00”. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. Note 2: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to“1. Initializing the Note 2: Fixed data-1: Initialized data.
  • Page 168 1-2-2. Initialization of 8, 9, C, 13, 18, 1C, 1D Page Data 2. Modification of 8, 9, C, 13, 18, 1C, 1D Page Data If the 8, 9, C, 13, 18, 1C, 1D page data has been initialized, change 1. Initializing of 8, 9, C, 13, 18, 1C, 1D Page Data the data of the “Fixed data-2”...
  • Page 169 3. 8 Page table 4. 9 Page table Note 1: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is“00”. Note 1: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. Note 2: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing Note 2: Fixed data-1: Initialized data.
  • Page 170 5. C Page table Initial value Address Remark Note 1: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. NTSC PAL Note 2: Fixed data-1: Initialized data. (Refer to “1. Initializing 72 to 75 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) the 8, C, 13, 18, 1C Page Data”) Fixed data-2: Modified data.
  • Page 171 6. 13 Page table 7. 18 Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 13, set data: 01 to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 18, set data: 01 to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: 3. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: 8.
  • Page 172 8. 1C Page table 9. 1D Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 1C, set data: 01 to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 1D, set data: 01 to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: C. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: D.
  • Page 173 1-2-3. Initialization of Camera Control Page Data Adjustment Page Adjustment Address 00 to FF 1. Initializing of Camera Control Page Data Note 1: If “Initialization of Camera Control Page Data” is ex- Adjustment Page ecuted, all data on camera control page are initialized. Adjustment Address 00 to FF (Only an individual page cannot be initialized)
  • Page 174 2. Modification of Camera Control Page Data 3. 6D Page table If the camera control page data has been initialized, change the Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 6D, set data: 06 to page: data of the “Fixed data-2” address shown in the following table by 0, address: 10, and then select pages: D.
  • Page 175 6D Page table Initial value Address Remark Initial value NTSC PAL Address Remark NTSC PAL MAX GAIN adj. Color reproduction adj. (ND 1) Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) F No. and ND light quality standard data input Color reproduction adj. (ND 2) Color reproduction adj.
  • Page 176 6D Page table Initial value Address Remark Initial value NTSC PAL Address Remark NTSC PAL Linear matrix adj. F8, F9 Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Linear matrix adj. HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-18...
  • Page 177 4. 6E Page table Initial value Address Remark Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 6E, set data: 06 to page: NTSC PAL 0, address: 10, and then select pages: E. By this data set- ting, the pages 6E can be selected. After the data reading/writing finished, return the data on page: 0, address: 10 to “00”.
  • Page 178 6E Page table Initial value Address Remark Initial value NTSC PAL Address Remark NTSC PAL Differential gain adj. Differential gain adj. HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-20...
  • Page 179 6E Page table Initial value Address Remark Initial value NTSC PAL Address Remark NTSC PAL Differential gain adj. Linearity adj. F8 to FF Fixed data-1 (Initialized data) Differential gain adj. HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-21...
  • Page 180 5. 6F Page table Initial value Address Remark Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 6F, set data: 06 to page: NTSC PAL 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F. By this data set- ting, the pages 6F can be selected. After the data reading/writing finished, return the data on page: 0, address: 10 to “00”.
  • Page 181 6F Page table 6. 7B Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 7B, set data: 07 to page: Initial value 0, address: 10, and then select pages: B. By this data set- Address Remark NTSC PAL ting, the pages 7B can be selected. After the data reading/writing finished, return the data Auto white balance adj.
  • Page 182 9. 8F Page table 12. 9F Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 8F, set data: 08 to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 9F, set data: 09 to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F.
  • Page 183 15. AF Page table 17. BF Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages AF, set data: 0A to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages BF, set data: 0B to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F.
  • Page 184 18. C2 Page table 21. C5 Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages C2, set data: 0C to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages C5, set data: 0C to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: 2. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: 5.
  • Page 185 24. CD Page table Initial value Address Remark Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages CD, set data: 0C to page: NTSC PAL 0, address: 10, and then select pages: D. By this data setting, the pages CD can be selected. After the data reading/writing finished, return the data Fixed data-2 on page: 0, address: 10 to “00”.
  • Page 186 25. CE Page table 26. CF Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages CE, set data: 0C to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages CF, set data: 0C to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: E. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F.
  • Page 187 1-2-4. Initialization of 7C, 7E, 7F Page Data 2. Modification of 7C, 7E, 7F Page Data If the 7C, 7E, 7F page data has been initialized, change the data of Note 1: If “Initialization of Pages 7C, 7E, 7F” is executed, all the “Fixed data-2”...
  • Page 188 3. 7C Page table 5. 7F Page table Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 7C, set data: 07 to page: Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 7F, set data: 07 to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: C. By this data set- 0, address: 10, and then select pages: F.
  • Page 189: Camera System Adjustments

    RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 1-3. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 2. PSD Sensor Gradient Adjustment Adjust the gradient of the PSD sensor. Before perform the camera system adjustments, check that the specified values of “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS” are sat- Subject Not required isfied.
  • Page 190 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 3. HALL Adjustment 4. MR Adjustment For detecting the position of lens iris and ND filter, adjust the hall The inner focus lens MR adjustment is carried out automatically. AMP gain and offset. In whichever case, the focus will be deviated during auto focus- ing/manual focusing.
  • Page 191 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 5. Differential Gain Adjustment 5-2. Differential Gain Adjustment (2) Correct the dispersion of between the channels of CMOS imager. 5-1. Differential Gain Adjustment (1) Subject Clear chart (All white) (Note 1) RadarW RadarW RadarW (Temporary Adjustment of F No.) Adjustment Page Perform the F No.
  • Page 192 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 6. Flange Back Adjustment Preparation (Using the minipattern box) (Using the minipattern box or flange back adjust 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following fig- ment jig) ure. Note 8: The attachment lenses are not used. The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out auto- matically.
  • Page 193 Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) Press PAUSE (Write) button. Wait for 2 seconds. Press PAUSE (Write) button. (Note 9) Check the data changes to “01”. Check the data is “00”. Check the data is “00” to “0E”. (6F) Note 9: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: 6F, address: 11, 20 to 3F, 4C, 4D.
  • Page 194 Flange Back Adjustment Adjusting method: (Using the flange back adjustment chart and Order Page Address Data Procedure subject more than 500 m away) The inner focus lens flange back adjustment is carried out auto- matically. In whichever case, the focus will be deviated during auto focusing/manual focusing.
  • Page 195 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 7-2. Flange Back Adjustment (2) Adjusting method: Perform this adjustment after performing “Flange Back Adjust- Order Page Address Data Procedure ment (1)”. Subject Subject more than 500 m away (Subject with clear contrast such as buildings, etc.) Measurement Point Press PAUSE (Write) button.
  • Page 196 Flange Back Check Flange Back Check (Using the Siemens star) (Using the flange back adjustment jig) Subject Siemens star Subject Flange back adjustment jig (2.0 m from the front of the lens) (Luminance: approx. 200 lux) (Luminance: approx. 200 lux) Measurement Point Measurement Point Check operation on monitor TV...
  • Page 197 10. Optical Axis Adjustment Correct a deviation of optical axis between the lens and the imager. If deviated, the screen center will be shifted when the lens is zoomed from TELE end to WIDE end. Note 1: Perform this adjustment only when replacing the lens block.
  • Page 198 10-1. Optical Axis Adjustment (1) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Pattern A (1.2 m from the front of lens) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V jack Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (V period) Adjustment Page 7F (Note 1) Press PAUSE (Write) button. (7F) Adjustment Address 50, 51...
  • Page 199 10-2. Optical Axis Adjustment (2) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Pattern B (1.2 m from the front of lens) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V jack Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (H period) Adjustment Page 7F (Note 1) Press PAUSE (Write) button. (7F) Adjustment Address 52, 53...
  • Page 200 10-3. Optical Axis Check Subject Pattern C (1.2 m from the front of lens) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V jack Measuring Instrument TV monitor Specified value Below 8% Pattern C 10 mm Black White A4 size (210 x 297 mm) Fig.
  • Page 201 11. Picture Frame Setting How to reset the zoom and focus when they deviated: (Color reproduction adjustment frame) If the zoom and focus deviated due to some reason, reset them in the following method. Subject Color bar chart Order Page Address Data Procedure (Color reproduction adjustment frame)
  • Page 202 12. Linearity Adjustment Order Page Address Data Procedure Correct the linearity of AFE (analog Front End). Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Adjustment Page Press PAUSE (Write) button. Adjustment Address F0 to F7 Check the data changes to “01”. Note 1: If reading/writing data on pages 6E, set data: 06 to page: 0, address: 10, and then select pages: E.
  • Page 203 Processing after Completing Adjustment: Order Page Address Data Procedure Press PAUSE (Write) button. Set data noted down at step 5, and press PAUSE (Write) (6F) button. Set data noted down at step 6, and press PAUSE (Write) (6F) button. Set data noted down at step 7, and press PAUSE (Write) (6F) button.
  • Page 204 13. Picture Frame Setting (Center frame) 14. F No. & ND Light Quality Standard Data Input RadarW RadarW RadarW Subject Clear chart (Center frame) Correct the lens iris and dispersion of the ND filter light quantity. 40 cm (PTB-1450) from the front of lens) Subject Clear chart (Center frame)
  • Page 205 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 15. Linear Matrix Adjustment (1) 16. Linear Matrix Adjustment (2) Adjust the matrix coefficient for compensating the variation in Adjust the matrix coefficient for compensating the variation in spectral sensitivity. spectral sensitivity. Adjustment Page Adjustment Page Adjustment Address...
  • Page 206 17. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input 18. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input (ND OFF) (ND 1) RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Adjust the white balance reference at 3200K, and adjust the nor- Adjust the white balance reference at 3200K, and adjust the nor- mal coefficient of the light value.
  • Page 207 19. Auto White Balance Standard Data Input 20. LV Standard Data Input (ND 2) Adjust the normal coefficient of the light value at 3200K. RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Adjust the white balance reference at 3200K, and adjust the nor- Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction mal coefficient of the light value.
  • Page 208 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 21. Auto White Balance Adjustment (ND OFF) Adjusting method: Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. Order Page Address Data Procedure If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility Place the C14 filter on the will be poor.
  • Page 209 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 22. Auto White Balance Adjustment (ND 1) 23. Auto White Balance Adjustment (ND 2) Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility will be poor.
  • Page 210 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 24. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND OFF) 25. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND 1) Adjust the color separation matrix coefficient so that proper color Adjust the color separation matrix coefficient so that proper color reproduction is produced.
  • Page 211 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 26. Color Reproduction Adjustment (ND 2) 27. MAX GAIN Adjustment Adjust the color separation matrix coefficient so that proper color Setting the minimum illumination. reproduction is produced. If it is not consistent, the image level required for taking subjects in low illuminance will not be produced (dark).
  • Page 212: Switch Setting 1) Power

    RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 28. White Defect & HS Defect Adjustment 29. White Defect Adjustment (FD white point) Detect white defective pixels of CMOS image sensor. Detect white defective pixels (FD white point) of CMOS image sensor. Subject Not required Subject Not required...
  • Page 213 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 30. White Defect Check 31. Black Defect Adjustment Detect black defective pixels of CMOS image sensor. Subject Not required Subject Clear chart (All white) (Note 1) Measurement Point Adjusting remote commander Note 1: Shoot the clear chart with the zoom TELE end. Measuring Instrument Note 2: Perform “White Defect Check”...
  • Page 214 32. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment • Perform the angular velocity sensor sensitivity adjustment only when replacing the angular velocity sensor or lens block. When the microprocessor, circuit, etc. malfunctions, do not perform this adjustment but check operations only. • Record the sensitivity label of the angular velocity sensor (re- pair part), including to which side of the board it was attached to, etc.
  • Page 215: Nd Filter

    32-1. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment (1) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Pattern A (1.5 m from the front of lens) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V jack Set the zoom to TELE end, Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (V period) and shoot the pattern A.
  • Page 216 32-2. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment (2) Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Pattern B (1.5 m from the front of lens) Measurement Point Video terminal of A/V jack Set the zoom to TELE end, Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope (H period) and shoot the pattern B.
  • Page 217 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 33. Auto White Balance Check (ND OFF) Checking method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Adjusting remote commander Measuring Instrument Specified Value Data of page: 6, address: 0C is “00”...
  • Page 218: Extender (menu Setting)

    RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW 34. Auto White Balance Check (ND 1) Checking method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Adjusting remote commander Measuring Instrument Specified Value Data of page: 6, address: 0C is “00”...
  • Page 219 RadarW RadarW RadarW 35. Auto White Balance Check (ND 2) Checking method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Clear chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Adjusting remote commander Measuring Instrument Specified Value Data of page: 6, address: 0C is “00”...
  • Page 220: Extender (menu Setting)

    36. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor HD: ND OFF) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 221 37. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor HD: ND 1) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 222 38. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor HD: ND 2) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 223 39. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor SD: ND OFF) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 224 40. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor SD: ND 1) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 225 41. Color Reproduction Check (Indoor SD: ND 2) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction adjustment frame) Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack commander Press PAUSE (Write) button. (AE) (75 Ω...
  • Page 226 42. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor HD: ND OFF) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 227 43. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor HD: ND 1) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 228 44. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor HD: ND 2) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 229 45. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor SD: ND OFF) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 230 46. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor SD: ND 1) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 231 47. Color Reproduction Check (Outdoor SD: ND 2) Checking method: RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Order Page Address Data Procedure Subject Color bar chart (Color reproduction Place the C14 filter on the adjustment frame) lens. Filter ND filter 1.0, 0.4 and 0.1 Measurement Point Video terminal of Adjusting remote A/V jack...
  • Page 232: Electronic Viewfinder System Adjustments

    1-4. ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Before perform the viewfinder system adjustments, check the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. If not, select page: 0, address: 10, and set the data “00”. Note 1: Taken an extreme care not to destroy the liquid crystal display module by static electricity when replacing it.
  • Page 233 1. VCO Adjustment (OO-003 board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. If deviated, the EVF screen will be blurred. Mode CAMERA Subject Not required Measurement Point Pin 4 of CN1014 (EVF_VCO) on TT-003 board Measuring Instrument Frequency counter Adjustment Page Adjustment Address 34, 35 f = 15734 ±...
  • Page 234 2. Back Light Adjustment (OO-003 board) 3. PSIG Level Adjustment (OO-003 board) Set the back light luminance. Set the uniformity improvement signal level to an appropriate level. If deviated, the image may become dark or bright. Mode CAMERA Mode CAMERA Subject Not required Subject...
  • Page 235 4. V-COM Level Adjustment (OO-003 board) 5. RGB AMP Adjustment (OO-003 board) Set the opposed voltage to drive LCD panel to an appropriate level. Set the D Range of the RGB decoder for driving the LCD to the specified value. Mode CAMERA If deviated, the EVF screen image will be blackish or saturated...
  • Page 236 6. Contrast Adjustment (OO-003 board) 7. White Balance Adjustment (OO-003 board) Set the video signal level for driving the LCD to the specified Correct the white balance. value. If deviated, the EVF screen color cannot be reproduced. If deviated, the EVF screen image will be blackish or saturated Mode CAMERA (whitish).
  • Page 237: Lcd System Adjustments

    1-5. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Adjusting method for NTSC model: Before perform the LCD system adjustments, check that the data Order Page Address Data Procedure of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. If not, select page: 0, address: 10, and set the data “00”. Note 1: Taken an extreme care not to destroy the liquid crystal Press PAUSE (Write) button.
  • Page 238 2. V-COM Adjustment (PP-003 board) Adjusting method for PAL model: Set the DC bias of the common electrode drive signal of LCD to Order Page Address Data Procedure the specified value. If deviated, the LCD display will be move, producing flicker and conspicuous vertical lines.
  • Page 239 RadarW RadarW RadarW 3. Transmissive Mode White Balance Adjustment Reflective Mode White Balance Adjustment (PP- 003 board) (PP-003 board) Correct the white balance at transmissive mode. Correct the white balance at reflective mode. If deviated, the LCD screen color cannot be reproduced. If deviated, the LCD screen color cannot be reproduced.
  • Page 240 5. Sample Hold Phase Adjustment (PP-003 board) Set the sampling hold timing of the LCD panel to optimum tim- ing. Mode VTR stop (VCR mode) Signal No signal Measurement Point Check on LCD screen Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value The LCD screen is brightest Note 1: Perform “LCD Automatic Adjustment”...
  • Page 241: Mechanism Section Adjustments

    6-2. MECHANISM SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 1. Preparations for Check, Adjustment and Replacement of Mechanism Block • Refer to the “DISASSEMBLY” section of the SERVICE MANUAL of the respective models for details of removing cabinets and printed wiring boards. • When making any adjustment to a mechanism or replacing mechanical parts, be sure to use the Mode Selector II and select the appropriate status of the mechanical deck such that the mechanical status is suitable for the desired work.
  • Page 242 2-3. Periodic Inspection List Operating hours (H) Maintenance and inspection item Remarks 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 Tape running surface cleaning Be careful not to attach oil Rotary drum cleaning and Be careful not to attach oil degaussing Capstan bearing —...
  • Page 243 2-4. Mode Selector II Operating Procedure 2-4-1. Introduction The Mode Selector II is a mechanism drive tool that assists main- LCD display screen tenance work of the various mechanism decks. It has the follow- Selector button ing functions. Mode Selector II 1.
  • Page 244 2-4-2. Operation 1. Operation Flow Chart Note: The ROM in the Mode Selector II supports the N mechanism. POWER ON MECHA SELECT RVS, FF From any status RVS, FF MODE SELECT Press RVS and FF for 2 sec. simultaneously Main power is turned off STEP TEST AUTO TEST...
  • Page 245 4. Mecha Select When the main power is turned on, the MECHA SELECT display appears on the LCD screen. Select the desired mechanism name MECHA SELECT using the RVS and FF buttons. Selection is complete when the SEL button is pressed. (Fig. A shows the N mechanism.) Note: Set the “MECHA SELECT”...
  • Page 246 2-4-3. Mechanism Status (Position) Transition Table Using Mode Selector II After selecting a mechanism deck, select either the MANUAL or MD name N Mechanism (Display: Z) STEP test (not AUTO) using the Mode Selector II. The desired Code mechanism status (position) can be specified by pressing the RVS or FF button.
  • Page 247: Mechanical Parts

    3. Check, Adjustment and Replacement of Mechanical Parts HELP HELP 3-1. Flowchart of Replacement of Mechanical Parts MDX-N100 3-3. Cassette Compartment Ass'y 3-5. Motor Holder Block Ass'y 3-2. Drum 3-4. TG6 Catcher (page 6-91) (page 6-92) (page 6-90) (page 6-93) 3-6.
  • Page 248 3-2. Drum 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Enter the [ULE] mode. 1) Enter the [ULE] mode. 2) Peel away the portion A of the drum flexible board from the 2) Attach the flexible adhesive sheet 4. flexible adhesive sheet 1. 3) Hold the tape supporter block, and set the reference holes A 3) Remove the three screws (special head screw M1.4 ×...
  • Page 249 3-3. Cassette Compartment Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Enter the [EJ] mode. 1) Enter the [ULE] mode. 2) Remove the three screws (special head screw M1.4 × 1.4) 1. 2) Install cassette compartment ass’y 6 shafts 5 and 4 into the 3) While pushing the frame of the cassette compartment ass’y LS chassis grooves E and D.
  • Page 250 3-4. TG6 Catcher 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Disengage the hook B of the TG6 catcher and remove the TG6 1) Engage the hooks C and B of the TG6 catcher 2 in the capstan catcher 1 from the chassis of the capstan motor block in the motor block.
  • Page 251 3-5. Motor Holder Block Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the two soldering 1 and remove the FP-031 flexible 1) Engage the claw A and install the motor holder block ass’y board 2 from the motor holder block ass’y 5. (loading) 5.
  • Page 252 3-6. L-motor Block Ass’y (Loading) (M902) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Release the dowel A, and remove the motor holder base 1. 1) Align the L-motor block ass’y (loading) (M902) 5 with the 2) Remove the worm shaft (2J) 2. dowel B, insert it into the motor holder 4.
  • Page 253 3-7. END Sensor (Q901) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove soldering at the two locations 1 of the END sensor 1) Engage the TOP sensor (Q902) 6 in the claw 5. (Q901). 2) Solder two locations 4 of the TOP sensor (Q902) and install 2) Disengage the claw 2 and the END sensor (Q901) 3.
  • Page 254 3-8. MIC terminal (MIC903) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Enter the [ULE] mode. 1) While pressing the top of the MIC terminal (MIC903) 4, fix it with the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 2.0) 3. 2) Peel away the MIC cover 1. Tightening torque: 0.06 ±...
  • Page 255 3-9. LED (D901) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the LED (D901) and the FP-031 flexible board 1 from 1) Remove soldering at the two locations A, and install the LED the LED base. (D901) 2 in the FP-031 flexible board. 2) Remove soldering at the two locations A, and remove the LED 2) Roll up the FP-031 flexible board under the LED (D901) 1 (D901) 2.
  • Page 256 3-10. LED Base 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the LED (D901) 1 from the LED base. 1) Install the Reel Lock Cancel. 2) Remove the screw (precision screw M1.4 × 1.8) 2. 2) While passing the LED (D901) 1 through the hole of the LED 3) Float the LED base 3 and remove the dowel.
  • Page 257 3-11. T-reel Table Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) While freeing the claw from the T-reel shaft in the direction of 1) Verify that the part that is going to be installed is the T-reel the arrow, remove the T-reel table ass'y 1. table ass’y.
  • Page 258 3-12. S Positioning 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the tension coil spring (SB) 1 from the hook of the S 1) Insert the claw 4 of the S positioning 5 in the hole of the LS positioning 2. chassis.
  • Page 259 3-13. S Brake Block Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the S brake block ass'y 1 from the S brake shaft. 1) Insert the lever 2 of the S brake block ass'y into the hole of the LS chassis, and install the S brake block ass'y 1 in the S brake shaft.
  • Page 260 3-14. Tension Regulator Block Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 2.0) 1. 1) Apply grease into inside of the TG1 shaft hole. 2) Remove the tension regulator band 2 from the S-reel table ass’y. Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter.
  • Page 261 3-15. S Reel Table Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 2.0) 1 . 1) Insert the S-reel table ass’y 3 into the S-reel shaft. While 2) Remove the tension regulator band 2 from the S-reel table ass’y. rotating it, snap it in.
  • Page 262 3-16. RVS Brake Ass’y 2. Attachment procedure 1. Removal procedure 1) Install the RVS brake spring 2 in the shaft C, and engage the 1) Remove the RVS brake ass’y 1 from the RVS brake shaft. 2) Remove the RVS brake spring 2 from the hooks A and B. RVS brake spring 2 on the hooks A and B.
  • Page 263 3-17. FP-228 Flexible Board 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove soldering at two locations 1 on the FP-031 board and 1) Attach the FP-228 flexible board (DEW SENSOR) 2 to the the FP-228 flexible board, and remove the FP-228 flexible board mechanism chassis and attach the FP-031 board to the FP-228 (DEW SENSOR) 2 from the mechanism chassis.
  • Page 264 3-18. TG6 Block Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the extension spring (return TG6) 1. 1) Apply grease inside the boss of the TG6 shaft hole. 2) Remove the TG6 block ass’y 2. Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter. Re-application of grease to the already-greased-point is not necessary.
  • Page 265 3-19. Pinch Arm Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Move the LS chassis in the direction of arrow A so that the 1) Apply grease on the pinch arm shaft retainer hole and the portion distance between the end of the LS chassis and end of the D of the LS chassis.
  • Page 266 3-20. Pendulum Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the washer 1 from the pendulum shaft. 1) Install the pendulum ass’y 2 to the relay gear hole. 2) Remove the pendulum ass’y 2 from the relay gear hole. 2) Install the washer 1 to the pendulum shaft.
  • Page 267 3-21. Drum Base Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure Enter the [ULE] mode. Install the claw bearing A and then groove B of the drum Remove the three screws (special head screw M1.4 × 2.0) 1. base ass’y 2 in the claws C in two locations and the claw D Remove the drum base ass’y 2 in the direction of the arrow.
  • Page 268 3-22. Coaster Ass’y, Rail 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Load the GL arms (two locations) until the tips of the arms 1) Set the dowel of the rail to the groove of the mecha chassis, reach the position A. and install the rail and install the screw (special head screw M1.4 ×...
  • Page 269 3-23. GL (T) Block Ass’y, GL Arm (S) Ass’y 1. Removal 2. Attachment procedure Enter the [ULE] mode. Remove the GL (T) block ass’y 1 from the GL (T) shaft. Remove the GL (S) block ass’y 2 from the GL arm (S) shaft. Installing the GL arm (S) ass'y Install the GL arm (S) ass'y 2 to the GL arm (S) shaft, while aligning the second gear of the GL rack with the phase...
  • Page 270 3-24. GL Gear (T) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the GL arm claw 1 in the direction of the arrow. 1) Install the torsion coil spring (T) 2 in the GL gear (T) 1. 2) Remove the GL arm (T) ass'y 2. 2) Engage the GL arm (T) claw 3 in the A portion of the torsion 3) Remove the GL torsion coil spring (T) 3 from the GL gear coil spring (T).
  • Page 271 3-25. LS Chassis Block, Mechanism Chassis Block-1 1. Removal procedure Disengage the GL rack groove 5 of the LS chassis block from Enter the [ULE] mode. the GL rack shaft. Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 1.4) 1. Disengage the grooves in two locations 6 of the LS chassis Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 ×...
  • Page 272 3-26. LS Chassis Block, Mechanism Chassis Block-2 1. Attachment procedure 6) Insert the cam gear shaft 6 in the LS cam plate groove 5. 1) Enter the [ULE] mode. Position of alignment 2) Align the phase alignment mark 1 of the cam gear ass’y and Slide the LS chassis to the position so that the conversion gear the mode gear ass’y of the mechanism chassis.
  • Page 273 Apply grease Points to be noted Apply the grease when installing Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter Shaft in the screw hole LS chassis block Apply grease Points to be noted Apply grease Apply Suncall (FG-87HSR) when installing Amount of Suncall: A ball of grease LS chassis block...
  • Page 274 3-27. T Reel Sensor (H902), S Reel Sensor (H901) 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove soldering at the four locations 1 of the T reel sensor, 1) Solder four locations 3 S reel sensor and install the S reel and remove the T reel sensor (H902) 2 .
  • Page 275 3-28. Relay Gear, Conversion Gear 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure Remove the belt 1 from the conversion gear. Install the relay gear 4 in the relay gear shaft. Remove the washer 2 from the conversion gear shaft. Apply grease on the conversion gear shaft. Remove the conversion gear 3.
  • Page 276 3-29. Cam Gear Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 1.4) 1. 1) Apply grease on the specified locations of the cam gear ass’y 2. 2) Remove the cam gear ass’y 2 from the cam gear shaft. Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter.
  • Page 277 3-30.Mode Slider Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure Remove the capstan cover 1 and remove the extension spring Apply grease on the cam gear shaft and the mode slider shaft. (pinch limiter) 2. Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter. Remove the belt 3 from the conversion gear.
  • Page 278 3-31. Cam Gear Ass’y, Mode Gear Ass’y 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure 1) Remove the screw (special head screw M1.4 × 1.4) 1. 1) Apply grease equally on the sliding surface of the FP-032 2) Remove the dowel from the cam base ass’y 2. Slide the cam flexible board and the mode gear ass’y.
  • Page 279 3-32. No. 1 Gear, No. 2 Gear 1. Removal procedure 2. Attachment procedure Remove the No. 1 gear 1 from the No. 1 gear shaft. Install the No. 2 gear 2 in the No. 2 gear shaft. Remove the No. 2 gear 2 from the No. 2 gear shaft. Install the No.
  • Page 280 HELP Application of grease, soldering method and precautions, and phase matching adjustment are compiled and below. Apply grease (1) Motor holder (bottom) 5 L-motor block ass'y (loading) (M902) 4 Motor holder Side of motor worm Screw Amount of grease application (M1.2 ×...
  • Page 281 Apply grease (2) Apply the grease when installing Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter Shaft in the screw hole LS chassis block Apply grease Apply Suncall (FG-87HSR) when installing Amount of Suncall: A ball of grease LS chassis block of 1.0 mm diameter Apply Suncall on the side inside of...
  • Page 282 Apply grease (3) Mode slider assy Cam gear shaft Apply grease when installing Amount of grease: A ball of grease of 1.0 mm diameter Apply grease Cam gear shaft, Mode slide shaft Mode slider shaft Screw (M1.4 × 1.4) 3 Mode gear assy Cam base assy Apply grease equally when installing.
  • Page 283 Soldering (1) FP-031 flexible board Lead-free solder ∅ Wire type Temperature of the : 320 ° C soldering iron tip Soldering at the Contacting time of : within 2 sec. two locations • Be careful not to create the hollow Screw soldering, bridge formation, and the M1.2 ×...
  • Page 284 Soldering (2) END Sensor (Q901) Use the rubber finger tip cover. Lead-free solder ∅ Wire type Soldering iron : 941 made by Hakko Mfg. Soldering iron tip: T1-1BC TOP Sensor (Q902) temperature: 300 ± 10 ° C Soldering iron tip Two solderings Soldering iron tip contacting time within 2 sec.
  • Page 285 Matching Phase GL (T) block ass'y GL (T) arm plate GL (T) arm plate is placed parallel to the chassis. GL arm (T) shaft Alignment mark GL arm ass'y (S) GL arm (S) shaft GL rack GL arm (T) shaft Screw (M1.4 ×...
  • Page 286: Adjustment

    Adjustment 4-1. FWD Position Adjustment Perform this adjustment after the tension regulator ass’y and the S-reel table ass’y are replaced or removed. • TG1 FWD position adjustment • FWD back tension adjustment (Refer to Page 6-125). 1) Enter the R/P mode and confirm the positions of TG1 guide and the TG2 guide. •...
  • Page 287 4-2. LS Cam Adjustment Adjustment procedure Enter the [FWD] mode. Loosen the cam plate fixing screws (special head screw M1.4 × 1.4) A and B by 90 degrees. Pressing the center of the LS chassis block with the force of 10.0 ± 1.0N•m (102.0 ± 10.2kgf•cm) while holding the cam plate fixing screw (special head screw M1.4 ×...
  • Page 288 4-3. Tape Path Adjustment Envelope must be flat 3-1. Adjustment Preparation 1) Clean the tape running surface (tape guides, drum, capstan, pinch roller) referring to section 2-2. 2) Connect the adjustment remote commander (Ref. No. J-1, J-2) to the LANC terminal of the machine. Set the HOLD switch to ON.
  • Page 289 3-2. TG2/TG4 Guide Coarse Adjustment 3-4. TG2/TG4 Guide Fine Adjustment Play back the tracking standard (XH 2-1) (Ref. No. J-13). Play back the tracking standard (XH 2-1) (Ref. No. J-13). Adjust the TG2 and TG4 guides until the RF envelope waveform Adjust the TG2 so that the RF envelope has the larger amplitude becomes flat.
  • Page 290 3-5. TG1 Height Adjustment 1) Replay the tracking standard (XH2-1). 2) Confirm that the waveform of the tape path is flat. (Refer to Fig. 6-2-11, and 6-2-12.) 3) Confirm to see that there are gaps between top edge of the tape and the TG1 flange, and bottom edge and the TG1 flange.
  • Page 291 3-6. TG6 Height Adjustment Repeat the steps from 2 to 5 until the tape height in the CUE Note: Perform “TG6 height adjustment” using the end segment of the mode and REV mode becomes the same. tape which is within the last 5 minutes from the end of the thin DVM-80 tape (commercial item).
  • Page 292 3-8. Check upon Completion of Adjustment CUE/REV Check 1) Play back the tracking standard (XH 2-1) (Ref. No. J-13). 1. Tracking Check 2) Establish the CUE mode. Confirm that the pitches between the 1) Play back the tracking standard (XH 2-1) (Ref. No. J-13). peaks of the RF waveform are equally spaced.
  • Page 293: Video Section Adjustments

    6-3. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 3-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS 3-1-2. Adjusting Connectors 3-1-1. Precautions on Adjusting Note: Before performing the adjustment, check the data of page: The measuring point of the playback RF signal is CN1014 of TT- 0, address: 10 is “00”. If not, select page: 0, address: 00, 003 board.
  • Page 294 3-1-4. Alignment Tapes Use the alignment tapes shown in the following table. Use tapes specified in the signal column of each adjustment. Name Tracking standard (XH2-1) Tape path adjustment Switching position adjust- SW/OL standard (XH2-3) ment Audio operation check Audio system adjustment (XH5-3 (NTSC), XH5-3P (PAL)) System operation check Operation check...
  • Page 295: System Control System Adjustments

    3-2. SYSTEM CONTROL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS (decimal) (decimal) (hexadecimal) (Service model code) 1. Initialization of EEPROM Data 00001 to 65535 If the EEPROM data is erased due to some reason, perform “1-2. − 65536 65536 to 131071 INITIALIZATION OF EEPROM DATA ”, of “6-1. CAMERA −...
  • Page 296 0000 8192 2000 16384 4000 24576 6000 32768 8000 40960 A000 49152 C000 57344 E000 0100 8448 2100 16640 4100 24832 6100 33024 8100 41216 A100 49408 C100 57600 E100 0200 8704 2200 16896 4200 25088 6200 33280 8200 41472 A200 49664 C200...
  • Page 297: Servo And Rf System Adjustments

    1. CAP FG Duty Adjustment (TT-003 board) 3-3. SERVO AND RF SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS Before perform the servo and RF system adjustments, check that RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW the specified values of “Origin Oscillation check” of “1-3. CAM- Set the CAP FG signal duty cycle to 50% to establish an appropri- ERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS”...
  • Page 298 2. Switching Position Adjustment (TT-003 board) Note 3: If bit0 of the data is “1”, the EVEN channel is defective. If bit1 of the data is “1”, the ODD channel is defective. RadarW RadarW RadarW Contents of the defect is see written into page: C, ad- Mode VTR playback (VCR mode) dress: 10 and 12.
  • Page 299 RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW RadarW Error Rate Check (TT-003 board) Adjusting method: Note: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. Order Page Address Data Procedure 3-1. Preparations before adjustments Press PAUSE (Write) button. Mode Camera recording (CAMERA mode) Check that the data of page: Subject Arbitrary...
  • Page 300: Video System Adjustments

    3-4. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-2. S VIDEO OUT Y Level Adjustment (TT-003 board) Before perform the video system adjustments, check that the speci- Mode fied values of “Origin Oscillation Check” of “1-3. CAMERA SYS- Signal No signal TEM ADJUSTMENTS” is satisfied. Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”.
  • Page 301 1-3. S VIDEO OUT Chroma Level Adjustment (TT-003 board) Mode Signal No signal Measurement Point Chroma signal terminal of S VIDEO plug of A/V jack (75 Ω terminated) External trigger: Y signal terminal of S VIDEO plug of A/V jack (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope...
  • Page 302 1-4. VIDEO OUT Level Check (TT-003 board) 1-5. Processing after Complete Adjustment Perform the setting through the procedure mentioned below when Mode you finish the “S VIDEO, VIDEO OUT Adjustment”. Signal No signal Order Page Address Data Procedure Video terminal of A/V jack (75 Ω Measurement Point terminated) Measuring Instrument...
  • Page 303 2. COMPONENT OUT Y Level Adjustment 3. COMPONENT OUT Pr Level Adjustment (TT-003 board) (TT-003 board) Mode CAMERA Mode CAMERA Subject Arbitrary Subject Arbitrary Measurement Point Y signal terminal of COMPONENT Measurement Point Pr signal terminal of COMPONENT OUT jack (75 Ω terminated) OUT jack (75 Ω...
  • Page 304 4. COMPONENT OUT Pb Level Adjustment (TT-003 board) Mode CAMERA Subject Arbitrary Measurement Point Pb signal terminal of COMPONENT OUT jack (75 Ω terminated) Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Pb level: A = 525 ± 10 mVp-p Specified value Sync level: B = C = 300 ±...
  • Page 305: Audio System Adjustments

    3-5. AUDIO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS [Connecting the measuring instruments for the audio] Connect the audio system measuring instruments as shown in Fig. 6-3-9. Menu setting (AUDIO SET menu) XLR SET 1) AU. MAN GAIN ..........SEPARATE Switch setting 1) REC CH SELECT switch ..........CH1 2) AUTO/MAN switch (CH1/CH2) .........
  • Page 306 1. Microphone Power Supply Check 2. INPUT1 LINE Check Mode CAMERA mode Mode CAMERA mode Signal No signal Signal 1 kHz, +3.47 Vp-p (+4 dBs) signal: Measurement Point XLR terminal (INPUT1, INPUT2) XLR terminal (INPUT1) + probe: pin 2, 3 Measurement Point Audio L terminal of A/V OUT jack –...
  • Page 307 4. INPUT1 MIC Check 6. INPUT1 MIC ATT Check Mode CAMERA mode Mode CAMERA mode Signal 1 kHz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: Signal 1 kHz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: XLR terminal (INPUT1) XLR terminal (INPUT1) Measurement Point Audio L terminal of A/V OUT jack Measurement Point Audio L terminal of A/V OUT jack Measuring Instrument...
  • Page 308 7. INPUT2 MIC ATT Check 8. INPUT1 LOW CUT Check Mode CAMERA mode Mode CAMERA mode Signal 1 kHz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: Signal 300 Hz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: XLR terminal (INPUT2) XLR terminal (INPUT1) Measurement Point Audio R terminal of A/V OUT jack Measurement Point Audio L terminal of A/V OUT jack...
  • Page 309 10. REC CH SELECT Check Mode CAMERA mode Signal 1 kHz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: XLR terminal (INPUT1) 2 kHz, +2.19 mVp-p (–60 dBs) signal: XLR terminal (INPUT2) Measurement Point Audio L and R terminal of A/V OUT jack Measuring Instrument Oscilloscope Specified value...
  • Page 310: Service Mode

    2. Precautions Upon Using the Adjustment Remote 6-4. SERVICE MODE Commander (RM-95) Mishandling of the adjustment remote commander may erase the 4-1. ADJUSTMENT REMOTE COMMANDER correct adjustment data at times. To prevent this, it is recommended (RM-95) that all adjustment data be noted down before beginning adjust- The adjustment remote commander (RM-95) is used for changing ments and new adjustment data after each adjustment.
  • Page 311: Adjustment Remote Commander (new Lanc Jig)

    4-2. ADJUSTMENT REMOTE COMMANDER 2. Precautions Upon Using the Adjustment Remote Commander (New LANC Jig) (NEW LANC JIG) Mishandling of the adjustment remote commander (New LANC The adjustment remote commander (New LANC Jig) is used for Jig) may erase the correct adjustment data at times. To prevent changing the calculation coefficient in signal processing, EVR data, this, it is recommended that all adjustment data be noted down etc.
  • Page 312: Data Process

    4-3. DATA PROCESS The calculation of the DDS display and the adjustment remote commander display data (hexadecimal notation) are required for obtaining the adjustment data of some adjustment items. In this case, after converting the hexadecimal notation to decimal nota- tion, calculate and convert the result to hexadecimal notation, and use it as the adjustment data.
  • Page 313: Service Mode

    2. Emergence Memory Address 4-4. SERVICE MODE 2-1. Emergence Memory Address (Mechanism Note: Before performing the adjustment, check the data of page: section) 0, address: 10 is “00”. If not, select page: 0, address: 00, and set data “00”. Page C Address F4 to FF 1.
  • Page 314 2-2. EMG Code (Emergency Code) Codes corresponding to the errors which occur are written in C page, addresses F4, F8 and FC . The type of error indicated by the code are shown in the following table. Code Emergency Type No error Loading motor emergency during loading Loading motor emergency during unloading...
  • Page 315 3. Bit Value Discrimination Display on the Bit values Bit values must be discriminated using the display data of the ad- adjustment bit3 bit2 bit1 bit0 justment remote commander for the following items. Us the table remote below to discriminate if the bit value is “1” or “0”. commander bit7 bit6...
  • Page 316 7. Jack Check (4) Page 3 Address CF Function When bit value = 1 When bit value = 0 HDMI OUT jack (HH-003 board CN7401) Used Not used Using method: 1) Select page: 3, address: CF. 2) By discriminating the bit value of display data, the state of jack can be discriminated. Switch Check (1) Page 2 Address 81...
  • Page 317 9. Switch Check (2) Page 7 Address 63 to 6B Note: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. Using method: 1) Select page: 7, address: 63 to 6B. 2) By discriminating the display data, the pressed key can be discriminated. Data Address 00 to 0C...
  • Page 318 10. LED Check Page 7 Address 00, 01 and 04 Note: Check that the data of page: 0, address: 10 is “00”. Using method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the unit to CAMERA- TAPE mode. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Check the data changes to “01”.
  • Page 319 Initializing method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button. Press PAUSE (Write) button.
  • Page 320 13. Record of Use Check (3) Page 7 Address C8 to CD Note 1: This data will not be erased (reset) when the lithium 3 V power supply (RR-003 board BT9601) is removed. Note 2: Check that the data of page: 0, address 10 is “00”. Address Function Remarks...
  • Page 321 FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a clear sheet for use. For Indoor HD mode (NTSC model) HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N For Indoor SD mode (NTSC model) HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-157...
  • Page 322 FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a clear sheet for use. For Outdoor HD mode (NTSC model) HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N For Outdoor SD mode (NTSC model) HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-158...
  • Page 323 FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a clear sheet for use. For Indoor HD mode (PAL model) HVR-V1E/V1P/V1C For Indoor SD mode (PAL model) HVR-V1E/V1P/V1C HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-159...
  • Page 324 FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a clear sheet for use. For Outdoor HD mode (PAL model) HVR-V1E/V1P/V1C For Outdoor SD mode (PAL model) HVR-V1E/V1P/V1C HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C 6-160E...
  • Page 325 The supplied CD-ROM includes Operating Guide for the HVR-V1 series. (Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese versions). For more details, see “Using the CD-ROM Manual” on page 12. HVR-V1U/V1N © 2006 Sony Corporation...
  • Page 326 WARNING To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the unit to rain or moisture. For Customers in the U.S.A. This symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of uninsulated “dangerous voltage” within the product’s enclosure that may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to persons.
  • Page 327: Important Safeguards

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS Cleaning For your protection, please read these safety instructions completely before operating Unplug the set from the wall outlet before the appliance, and keep this manual for cleaning or polishing it. Do not use liquid cleaners future reference. or aerosol cleaners.
  • Page 328: Replacement Parts

    IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS (Continued) Lightning Safety Check For added protection for this set during a lightning Upon completion of any service or repairs to the storm, or when it is left unattended and unused for set, ask the service technician to perform routine long periods of time, unplug it from the wall safety checks (as specified by the manufacturer) outlet and disconnect the antenna or cable system.
  • Page 329: Read This First

    However, there is no guarantee that interference provided below. Refer to these numbers whenever will not occur in a particular installation. If this you call upon your Sony dealer regarding this equipment does cause harmful interference to product. radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, Model No.
  • Page 330 Read this first (Continued) For the State of California, USA only Perchlorate Material - special handling may apply, See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate Perchlorate Material: Lithium battery contains perchlorate. Notes on use Types of cassette you can use in your camcorder Your camcorder is capable of recording in HDV, DVCAM and DV formats.
  • Page 331 “Memory Stick” (You cannot use it in your camcorder.) Microphone Viewfinder b Notes • You cannot use any type of memory card except b Notes “Memory Stick Duo.” • The camcorder is not dustproof, dripproof or • “Memory Stick PRO” and “Memory Stick PRO waterproof.
  • Page 332 TV, you need an NTSC Zeiss lens, which was developed jointly by system-based TV. Carl Zeiss, in Germany, and Sony • Television programs, films, video tapes, Corporation, and produces superior images. and other materials may be copyrighted.
  • Page 333 Table of Contents IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ..............3 Read this first ...................5 Using the CD-ROM Manual ..............12 Getting Started Step 1: Checking supplied items ............13 Step 2: Attaching the supplied microphone and the lens hood with lens cover ...................14 Step 3: Charging the battery pack ............16 Step 4: Turning the power on and holding your camcorder properly ..19 Step 5: Adjusting the LCD panel and viewfinder ........20 Step 6: Setting the date and time ............22...
  • Page 334 Locating a scene on a tape ..............50 Searching for a scene by date of recording (Date search) ....50 Searching for a recording start point (Index search) ......50 Playing the picture on a TV ..............52 Using the Menu Using the menu items ............
  • Page 335 Using a Computer Connecting to a computer ..............95 Copying still images to a computer ............95 Copying movies on a tape to a computer ..........98 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting ..................101 Warning indicators and messages ............110 Additional Information Using your camcorder abroad ..............113 HDV format and recording/playback ............114 Compatibility of the DVCAM/DV formats ..........116 About the “Memory Stick”...
  • Page 336: Using The Cd-rom Manual

    Using the CD-ROM Manual English The supplied CD-ROM includes versions of the Operating Guide for the HVR-V1 series in Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Simplified Chinese in PDF format. Preparation The following program must be installed on your computer in order to read the Operating Guide contained on the CD- ROM.
  • Page 337: Getting Started

    Getting Started Step 1: Checking supplied items Make sure that you have following items Large eyecup(1) (p. 21) supplied with your camcorder. The number in the parentheses indicates the number of that item supplied. • The cassette tape and “Memory Stick Duo” are not included.
  • Page 338: Step 2: Attaching The Supplied Microphone And The Lens Hood With Lens Cover

    Step 2: Attaching the supplied microphone and the lens hood with lens cover Attaching the supplied Connect the plug of the microphone microphone to the INPUT1 jack Put the microphone cable into the cable holder 4. Select the channel with the REC CH SELECT switch 6.
  • Page 339 To open the shutter of the Lens hood Attaching lens hood with lens with lens cover cover Move the lens cover lever up and down to open or close the lens cover. Move the lens cover lever to OPEN to open the lens cover, and move Lens hood fixing screw the lever to CLOSE to close the lens cover.
  • Page 340: Step 3: Charging The Battery Pack

    Step 3: Charging the battery pack You can charge the battery by With the B mark on the DC plug attaching the “InfoLITHIUM” battery facing the cassette compartment, pack (L series) to your camcorder. connect the AC Adaptor to the DC b Note IN jack on your camcorder.
  • Page 341 After charging the battery Recording time The CHARGE lamp turns off when the Approximate time (min.) available when battery is fully charged. Disconnect the AC you use a fully charged battery pack. Adaptor from the DC IN jack. Recording in the HDV format z Tip Continuous Typical...
  • Page 342 Step 3: Charging the battery pack (Continued) Playing time On the charging/recording/playback time • Times measured with the camcorder at 25 °C Approximate time (min.) available when (77 °F) (10 to 30 °C (50 °F to 86 °F)) is you use a fully charged battery pack. recommended).
  • Page 343: Step 4: Turning The Power On And Holding Your Camcorder Properly

    Step 4: Turning the power on and holding your camcorder properly To record or play back, slide the POWER switch to the respective direction. Hold the camcorder properly. When using it for the first time, [CLOCK SET] screen appears (p. 22). POWER switch Ensure a good grip, then fasten While pressing the green button,...
  • Page 344: Step 5: Adjusting The Lcd Panel And Viewfinder

    Step 5: Adjusting the LCD panel and viewfinder To turn off the LCD backlight to make The LCD panel the battery last longer Open the LCD panel while pressing the Press and hold the DISPLAY/BATT INFO OPEN button 90 degrees to the camcorder button for a few seconds until appears.
  • Page 345 When the picture in the viewfinder is hard to see If you cannot see the picture in the viewfinder clearly under bright circumstances, use the supplied large eyecup. To attach the large eyecup, stretch it slightly and align it with the eyecup groove in the viewfinder.
  • Page 346: Step 6: Setting The Date And Time

    Step 6: Setting the date and time Set the date and time when using this camcorder for the first time. If you do not Select (OTHERS) by turning set the date and time, [CLOCK SET] screen the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial, then appears every time you turn on your press the dial.
  • Page 347 z Tip • The date and time do not appear during recording, but they are automatically recorded on the tape, and can be displayed during p. 73 playback ([DATA CODE] ( Changing the language setting You can change the on-screen displays to show messages in a specified language.
  • Page 348: Step 7: Inserting A Tape Or A "memory Stick Duo

    Step 7: Inserting a tape or a “Memory Stick Duo” b Note Cassette tape • Do not push the portion marked {DO NOT PUSH} while it is sliding in. It See page 114 for details of usable cassettes may cause a malfunction. and prevention of accidental erasure.
  • Page 349 Insert the “Memory Stick Duo” into the “Memory Stick Duo” slot in the right direction until it clicks. Access lamp b Note • If you insert the “Memory Stick Duo” into the slot in the wrong direction, the “Memory Stick Duo,” the “Memory Stick Duo” slot, or image data may be damaged.
  • Page 350: Recording/playback

    Recording/Playback Recording Rec lamp REC START/STOP button B Lens hood Rec lamp PHOTO/EXPANDED FOCUS button POWER switch REC START/STOP button A This camcorder records movies on tape and still images on “Memory Stick Duo.” The procedure for recording movies is below. •...
  • Page 351 Press the REC START/STOP button A (or B). 410min 00:04:50:04 60min [STBY] t [REC] The Rec lamp lights up during recording. To stop the movie recording, press the REC START/STOP button again. z Tips • When recording in HDV format, the aspect ratio is fixed to 16:9. When recording in DVCAM (DV) format, you can switch the aspect ratio to 4:3 ([DV WIDE REC] p.
  • Page 352 Recording (Continued) To record still images Press the PHOTO/EXPANDED FOCUS button. The image is recorded on a “Memory Stick Duo.” Recording is complete when disappears. You can also record still images during movie recording. z Tips • When you are not recording a movie, you will hear the shutter click. •...
  • Page 353: Playback

    Playback Zoom lever POWER switch PLAY button SEL/PUSH EXEC dial VOLUME/MEMORY button MEMORY/PLAY button MEMORY/INDEX button You can play back movies as follows. While pressing the green button, set the POWER switch to VCR. Start playing back. (rewind) to go to the point you want to view, then press N (play) to start Press playback.
  • Page 354 Playback (Continued) • Time code and user bits are not displayed correctly unless time code and user bits are recorded on the tape, or the recorded time code is compatible with your camcorder. z Tips • Indicators displayed on the screen during playback are shown on page 138. •...
  • Page 355: Changing The Settings Of Your Camcorder Recordings

    Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings Using the handle zoom Adjusting the zoom 1 Set the handle zoom switch B to H (high) or L (low). z Tip • You can set the zoom speed of the handle zoom lever in [HANDLE ZOOM] (p. 65). 2 Press the handle zoom lever A to zoom in or out.
  • Page 356: Adjusting The Focus Manually

    Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) Adjusting the focus manually Rotate the focus ring D and adjust the focus. changes to when the focus cannot be adjusted any farther. changes to when the focus cannot be adjusted any closer. z Tips For focusing manually •...
  • Page 357: Adjusting The Exposure/iris

    z Tip Adjusting the EXPOSURE/IRIS • The focal distance information (for when it is dark and hard to adjust the focus) appears for about 3 seconds in the following cases. (It will not be displayed correctly if you are using a conversion lens (optional)).
  • Page 358 Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) z Tip z Tips • This is handy for changing the brightness of the • The range of focus, an important effect of the screen and setting the desired brightness by dial aperture, is called the depth of field.
  • Page 359 Adjusting the volume of light Adjust the picture quality by (ND filter) turning the EXPOSURE/IRIS dial You can record the subject clearly by using the ND filter when the recording environment is too bright. z Tip There are 2 levels of ND filter setting. ND •...
  • Page 360 Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) To hide the zebra pattern Adjusting the shutter speed • Set the ZEBRA switch E to OFF. You can manually adjust and fix the shutter speed. Depending on the shutter speed, you b Note can make the subject look still, or •...
  • Page 361: Adjusting To Natural Color (white Balance)

    Adjusting to Natural Color Indicator Shooting conditions • White balance values (White balance) adjusted for light (MEMORY A) sources can be stored in memory A and (MEMORY B) memory B. Follow the steps below • Recording a sunset/ sunrise, just after Outdoor) sunset, just before sunrise, neon signs, or...
  • Page 362: Customizing The Picture Quality (picture Profile)

    Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) To restore the automatic white Customizing the picture quality balance (Picture profile) Press the WHT BAL button B, or set the AUTO LOCK switch A to AUTO LOCK. b Note • If you set the AUTO LOCK switch A to AUTO LOCK, other manually adjusted items (iris, gain, shutter speed) also become temporarily automatic.
  • Page 363 To change the picture profile Picture profile number (setting Recording condition You can change the settings in [PP1] name) through [PP6]. You can assign your own 1 Press the PICTURE PROFILE button :------ setting. 2 Select the PICTURE PROFILE number by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial During standby, press the A, then press the dial.
  • Page 364 Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) Item Adjustment Item Adjustment [KNEE The starting point of video [CINEMA- [OFF] Normal recording POINT] signal compression, set in TONE [TYPE1] A better tone order to prevent GAMMA] scale than the standard overexposed highlights by video gamma reproduces keeping the subject's high-...
  • Page 365 6 Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust other z Tip items. • Each name can be up to 12 characters long. Characters that can be used in profile 7 Select [ RETURN] by turning the names: SEL/PUSH EXEC dial A, then press •...
  • Page 366: Adjusting The Volume

    Changing the settings of your camcorder recordings (Continued) use the device while the +48V switch is set to Adjusting the volume ON, the device may be damaged. You can adjust the volume of a microphone connected to INPUT1/INPUT2. z Tip •...
  • Page 367: Assigning The Functions To The Assign Buttons

    Assigning the functions to the ASSIGN buttons You may need to assign some functions to the ASSIGN buttons. You can assign a single function to each the ASSIGN button 1 to 6. ASSIGN button 1-3 Functions you can assign to the ASSIGN buttons •...
  • Page 368: Focusing On A Distant Subject (focus Infinity)

    Assigning the functions to the ASSIGN buttons (Continued) The index function will make it easier to check the transition of recording or edit Select [OK] by turning the SEL/ your pictures using index signals. PUSH EXEC dial B, then press the dial.
  • Page 369: Reviewing The Most Recently Recorded Scenes (rec Review)

    Reviewing the most recently Press the ASSIGN button to recorded scenes (Rec review) which [END SEARCH] is assigned. You can view about 2 seconds of the scene The last scene of the most recent recorded just before you stopped the tape. recording played back for about 5 This is convenient during playback of the seconds, and the camcorder enters the...
  • Page 370: Using The Shot Transition

    Assigning the functions to the ASSIGN buttons (Continued) z Tip Assign [SHOT TRANS] to one of • If you press the ASSIGN button again during the last scene review, your camcorder plays the ASSIGN buttons (p. 43). back the last 5 seconds of the most recently recorded movie, then goes to standby at the end z Tip of the recording.
  • Page 371 b Notes 2 Press the ASSIGN button 2 to check the SHOT-A. Press the ASSIGN button • You cannot zoom, focus, or adjust manually 3 to check the SHOT-B. while checking or activating the Shot transition. The selected setting will take effect on •...
  • Page 372: Changing/checking The Settings In Your Camcorder

    Changing/checking the settings in your camcorder Displaying the settings in your camcorder (Status check) You can check the setup value of the following items. • Audio setup such as [DV AUDIO MIX] (p. 70) • Output signal setup ([VCR HDV/DV], etc.) (p.
  • Page 373: Checking The Remaining Battery (battery Info)

    Checking the remaining battery (Battery Info) Set the POWER switch to OFF (CHG), then press the DISPLAY/BATT INFO button C. The approximate recordable time in the selected format and battery information appear for about 7 seconds. You can view the battery information for up to 20 seconds by pressing the button again while the information is displayed.
  • Page 374: Locating A Scene On A Tape

    Locating a scene on a tape Press . (previous)/> (next) 2 on the Remote Commander to select a recording date. You can select the previous or the next date of the present point on the tape. Playback starts automatically from the point where the date changes.
  • Page 375 Press . (previous)/> (next) 2 on the Remote Commander to select an index point. You can select the index signal of the point that you want to start playing back the tape. Playback starts automatically from the point where the selected index signal is recorded.
  • Page 376: Playing The Picture On A Tv

    Playing the picture on a TV Connection methods and image quality differ depending on what type of TV is connected and connectors used. Use the supplied AC Adaptor to obtain AC power (p. 16). Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the device to be connected. Selecting the connection method according to your TV type and connectors High definition TV HD (high definition) image quality*...
  • Page 377 Jacks on your camcorder Open the jack cover and connect the cable. Connecting to a high definition TV : Signal flow Type Camcorder Cable Menu Setting (IN/OUT REC) menu t Component video cable [VCR HDV/DV] t (supplied) (Green) Y [AUTO] (p. 75) [COMPONENT] t (Blue) P [1080i/480i] (p.
  • Page 378 Playing the picture on a TV (Continued) : Signal flow Type Camcorder Cable Menu Setting (IN/OUT REC) HDMI menu t HDMI cable (optional) [VCR HDV/DV] t [AUTO] (p. 75) b Notes • Use an HDMI cable with the HDMI logo. •...
  • Page 379 Connecting to a 16:9 (wide) or 4:3 TV To set the aspect ratio according to the connected TV (16:9/4:3) Change [DOWN CONVERT] setting to match your TV (p. 77). b Note • When you play back a tape recorded in the DVCAM (DV) format on a 4:3 TV not compatible with the 16:9 signal, set [DV WIDE REC] to [OFF] on your camcorder when recording a picture (p.
  • Page 380 Playing the picture on a TV (Continued) : Signal flow Type Camcorder Cable Menu Setting (IN/OUT REC) menu t A/V connecting cable with [VCR HDV/DV] t S VIDEO (optional) [AUTO] (p. 75) [DOWN CONVERT] t (Red) [SQUEEZE]/[LETTER (White) BOX]/[EDGE CROP]* (p.
  • Page 381: Using The Menu

    Using the Menu Using the menu items You can change various settings or make detailed adjustments using the menu items Select the icon of the desired displayed on the screen. menu by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial, then press the dial. CAMERA SET (p.
  • Page 382 Select the desired setting by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial, then press the dial. 1 2 0 --:--:--:-- REMOTE CTRL MENU : END Press the MENU button to hide the menu screen. To return to the previous screen, select RETURN].
  • Page 383: Menu Items

    Menu items Available menu items (z) vary depending on the POWER switch position. Position of POWER switch: CAMERA (CAMERA SET) menu (p. 62) EXPOSURE/IRIS – SMTH SLW REC – CNTRST ENHCR – PROG. SCAN – STEADYSHOT – COLOR BAR – AF ASSIST –...
  • Page 384 Menu items (Continued) Position of POWER switch: CAMERA LCD BRIGHT LCD COLOR LCD BL LEVEL VF B.LIGHT VF COLOR VF POWERMODE DATA CODE – LETTER SIZE REMAINING DISP OUTPUT (IN/OUT REC) menu (p. 75) REC FORMAT – VCR HDV/DV – DV REC MODE DV WIDE REC –...
  • Page 385 Position of POWER switch: CAMERA CLOCK SET WORLD TIME LANGUAGE USB SELECT – PB ZOOM – QUICK REC – DATE REC – BEEP REC LAMP – REMOTE CTRL HOURS METER...
  • Page 386: (camera Set) Menu

    (CAMERA SET) menu Settings to adjust your camcorder to the SMTH SLW REC (Smooth slow recording conditions (EXPOSURE/IRIS/ recording) STEADYSHOT/BACK LIGHT, etc.) Fast moving subjects and actions, which cannot be captured under the general The default settings are marked with B. recording conditions, can be recorded in The indicators in parentheses appear when smooth moving slow-motion.
  • Page 387 Select when a wide conversion lens • When you set [BACK LIGHT] to [ON], (optional) is attached. This mode is the [CNTRST ENHCR] is temporarily turned off. most effective with Sony VCL-HG0862K wide conversion lens. PROG. SCAN COLOR BAR You can record progressive movies with a vertical resolution of 1,080 lines.
  • Page 388 Press the MENU button t select the (CAMERA SET) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. TYPE FOCUS MACRO You can select the color bar type. Since the default setting is [ON], you can focus on a subject within 80 cm (about 2 5/ 8 feet).
  • Page 389 b Note HANDLE ZOOM • If you adjust the iris manually, you cannot obtain the effect of [AT IRIS LMT]. You can change the zoom speed of handle zoom switch positions H and L (p. 31). ATW SENS You can select the zoom speed of position You can set the auto white balance for H of the handle zoom switch from 1 (slow) operation under a reddish light source such...
  • Page 390 Press the MENU button t select the (CAMERA SET) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. SOFT TRANS 1 Select [ON/OFF] t [ON] with the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial. Make the transition slowly at the 2 Perform the following step if you are beginning and end, and linearly in changing the recording time from the between.
  • Page 391 DV FRAME REC SPOTLIGHT You can record pictures with a stop-motion When you set [SPOTLIGHT] to [ON] animated effect by alternately recording a ), you can reduce overexposed few frames and then moving the subject a highlights on faces of people who are under little.
  • Page 392: (audio Set) Menu

    (AUDIO SET) menu Press the MENU button t select the (CAMERA SET) by turning the SEL/ Settings for the audio recording (DV AU. PUSH EXEC dial. MODE/XLR SET, etc.) The default settings are marked with B. FADER The indicators in parentheses appear when the items are selected.
  • Page 393 LINE b Notes Select to input audio signals from an audio • This function is effective only when the AUTO/ jack MAN switches of both CH1and CH2 are set to device through the INPUT2 MAN (p. 42). appears on the status check screen. •...
  • Page 394: (display Set) Menu

    (DISPLAY SET) Press the MENU button t select the menu (AUDIO SET) by turning the SEL/ PUSH EXEC dial. Display settings of the display and the viewfinder (MARKER/VF B.LIGHT/DATA AUDIO CH SEL CODE, etc.) B CH1,CH2 The default settings are marked with B. Select to output sound of CH1 and CH2 The indicators in parentheses appear when from respective channels.
  • Page 395 ASPECT HISTOGRAM You can select whether to display the markers at an aspect of [4:3], [13:9], [14:9] When you set [HISTOGRAM] to [ON], of [15:9] (the default setting is [OFF]). [HISTOGRAM] (a graph to display a distribution of tones in your picture) window appears on the screen (the default setting is [OFF]).
  • Page 396 Press the MENU button t select the (DISPLAY SET) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. TYPE 2 AU.LVL DISP (Audio level display) Enlarges and shows images in white and black. Since the default setting is [ON], the audio level meter is displayed. ALLSCAN MODE When you set [ALLSCAN MODE] to [ON], you can check the area surrounding...
  • Page 397 DEGREE b Notes Select to display the shutter speed in • When you connect your camcorder to outside degrees, where the shutter speed power sources, [LCD BL LEVEL] is automatically set to [BRIGHT]. equivalent to the data reading cycle from the image sensor is displayed as 360°.
  • Page 398: Disp Output

    Press the MENU button t select the (DISPLAY SET) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. B OFF Data code is not displayed. Select to display the selected menu item at double the normal height. DATE Displays the date and time. REMAINING CAMERA DATA B AUTO...
  • Page 399: (in/out Rec) Menu

    (IN/OUT REC) menu Recording settings, input and output HDV ( settings (VCR HDV/DV/DV REC MODE/ DV Plays back only the portions recorded in WIDE REC/ DOWN CONVERT, etc.) HDV format. During i.LINK connection, inputs/outputs only HDV formatted signals from the The default settings are marked with B.
  • Page 400 Press the MENU button t select the (IN/OUT REC) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. DV SP ( EXT REC CTRL Record in the SP (Standard Play) mode of the DV format to record for a longer time You can connect your camcorder to an on a tape than in the DVCAM format.
  • Page 401 480i B SQUEEZE Select when connecting your camcorder to Select to output video signals to a 16:9 a TV with the component input jack. wide TV or compatible. On 16:9 B 1080i/480i On 16:9 wide TV compatible 4:3 TV Select when connecting your camcorder to a TV that has the component input jack and is capable of displaying the 1080i signal.
  • Page 402: (tc/ub Set) Menu

    (TC/UB SET) menu (TC PRESET/UB PRESET/TC LINK, etc.) RESET The default settings are marked with B. You can reset the time code (00:00:00:00). The indicators in parentheses appear when Select [RESET] in step 1 of the the items are selected. [PRESET].
  • Page 403 b Notes TC MAKE • If you want to execute [TC LINK] for more than three camcorders, repeat the steps for multiple B REGENERATE sub camcorders with one main camcorder. Select to make the time code continuous at • Some frame shifting may occur over time after backspace editing.
  • Page 404: Settings For The "memory Stick Duo" (quality/all Erase, Etc.)

    Records still images at the standard image b Note quality level. • The specifications are for the “Memory Stick Duo” made by Sony Corporation. The number Capacity of the “Memory Stick Duo” of recordable pictures varies depending on the (MB) and the number of recordable recording environment.
  • Page 405 2 Select [YES] t [YES] by using the SEL/ NEW FOLDER PUSH EXEC dial. Erasing all data...] is displayed. When you select [YES], you can create a [Completed] is displayed when all new folder (102MSDCF to 999MSDCF) on unprotected images are deleted. a “Memory Stick Duo.”...
  • Page 406: (others) Menu

    (OTHERS) menu Settings while recording on a tape or other basic settings (USB SELECT/QUICK REC/ z Tips BEEP, etc.) • If you select [NEW FILE] in [MEMORY STICK], the profile name is [MS01] (when The default settings are marked with B. saving the camera profile for the first time).
  • Page 407: World Time

    To delete camera profile settings z Tip 1 Select [DELETE] by the SEL/PUSH • Your camcorder offers [ENG[SIMP]] EXEC dial. (simplified English) in case that you cannot fine your native tongue among the options. 2 Select the camera profile you want to delete by the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial.
  • Page 408: Hours Meter

    Press the MENU button t select the (OTHERS) by turning the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. B OFF REC LAMP (Recording lamp) It takes some time to restart recording from the state that the drum has stopped The camera recording lamp will not light up rotating, but the transition from the last during recording when you set this to [OFF] recorded scene is smooth.
  • Page 409: Dubbing/editing

    Dubbing/Editing Dubbing to VCR, DVD/HDD device, etc. Connect your camcorder to the wall outlet using the supplied AC Adaptor for this operation (p. 16). Refer also to the instruction manuals supplied with the devices to be connected. Connecting to external devices The connection method and the image quality will differ depending on the VCR, DVD/HDD device and the connectors used.
  • Page 410 Dubbing to VCR, DVD/HDD device, etc. (Continued) Jacks on your camcorder Open the jack cover and connect the cable. Using an i.LINK cable (optional) The dubbed format (HDV/DV) differs depending on the recording format or the format supported by the VCR/DVD device. See the table below for selecting the appropriate settings, and perform necessary menu setting.
  • Page 411 • When the recorder is HVR-V1U/V1N, set [VCR HDV/DV] to [AUTO] (p. 75). • When the player and the recorder are both HDV1080i compatible devices such as HVR-V1U/V1N and connected with the i.LINK cable, after pausing or stopping and then resuming the recording, the images will be a bit choppy or rough at that point.
  • Page 412 Dubbing to VCR, DVD/HDD device, etc. (Continued) b Notes Dubbing to another device • The following cannot be output via the HDV/ DV interface (i.LINK): – Indicators Prepare your camcorder for – Titles that are recorded on other camcorder playback. •...
  • Page 413: Recording Pictures From A Vcr

    Recording pictures from a VCR You can record pictures from a VCR on a HDV1080i AV device with tape. You can record a scene as a still image compatible device i.LINK jack on a “Memory Stick Duo.” You can record pictures in the HDV format by connecting an HDV1080i specification compatible device.
  • Page 414 Recording pictures from a VCR (Continued) b Notes Connect your VCR as a player to • You cannot record TV programs from the HDV/DV interface (i.LINK). your camcorder. • User bits are not recorded when dubbing from a When an i.LINK cable is connected, the DVCAM (DV) device via an i.LINK cable.
  • Page 415: Copying Movies From Tape To "memory Stick Duo" As Still Images

    Copying movies from tape to “Memory Stick Duo” as still b Note • Movies will be fixed to image size [ 1.2M] images when playing back in the HDV format. Movies will be fixed to image size [ 0.2M] (16:9) or You can record still images on a “Memory [VGA (0.3M)] (4:3) when playing back in the Stick Duo.”...
  • Page 416: Deleting Recorded Pictures From The "memory Stick Duo

    Deleting recorded pictures from the “Memory Stick Duo” z Tips • To delete images from the index screen, use the VOLUME/MEMORY button to move the B mark to the images you want to and perform Set the POWER switch to VCR. steps 3 and 4.
  • Page 417: Printing Recorded Images (pictbridge Compliant Printer)

    Printing recorded images (PictBridge compliant printer) You can print out pictures using a PictBridge compliant printer without connecting the camcorder to a computer. Connect the AC Adaptor to your camcorder One of the images stored on the to obtain power from the wall outlet. “Memory Stick Duo”...
  • Page 418 Printing recorded images (PictBridge compliant printer) (Continued) 1 Select [SET] t [DATE/TIME] t z Tip [DATE] or [DAY & TIME] with the • PictBridge is an industry standard established SEL/PUSH EXEC dial. by the Camera & Imaging Products Association 2 Select [ RETURN] by turning the (CIPA).
  • Page 419: Using A Computer

    Using a Computer Connecting to a Copying still images computer to a computer When connecting your camcorder to a System requirements computer, the following operations are available: For Windows users Copying the still images on a “Memory Stick Duo” to the computer •...
  • Page 420 Copying still images to a computer (Continued) Set the POWER switch to VCR. Press the MENU button. The menu index screen is To USB jack displayed. USB cable (OTHERS) t [USB Select (supplied) SELECT] t [ Memory Stick] with the SEL/PUSH EXEC dial (p.
  • Page 421 Step:2 Copying the pictures Disconnecting the USB cable For Windows users For Windows users Double-click the [Removable Disk] icon If [USB CONNECTING] appears on the displayed in [My Computer]. Then, drag LCD screen, follow the procedure below to and drop a picture in the folder onto the disconnect the USB cable.
  • Page 422: Copying Movies On A Tape To A Computer

    Copying movies on a Copying still images to a computer (Continued) tape to a computer b Notes Connect your camcorder to the computer with an i.LINK cable. • If you are using Mac OS X, turn off the The computer needs to have an i.LINK computer before disconnecting the USB cable and ejecting the “Memory Stick Duo.”...
  • Page 423 Notes on connecting to the computer Format for Recorded copying to Menu setting* • Connect the i.LINK cable to the computer first, format the computer then to your camcorder. Connecting in the opposite order may cause static electricity to [VCR HDV/DV] build up, resulting in a malfunction of your t [HDV] DVCAM...
  • Page 424 Copying movies on a tape to a computer (Continued) z Tip • When images recorded in HDV format are copied to a computer, the file size is about 2GB (almost the same as a DV file) for a 10-minute movie if the video compression format is MPEG2.
  • Page 425: Troubleshooting

    The CHARGE lamp flashes while the battery pack is being charged. • Attach the battery pack to the camcorder correctly (p. 16). If the problem persists, disconnect the AC Adaptor from the wall outlet and contact your Sony dealer. The battery pack may be damaged.
  • Page 426 Troubleshooting (Continued) The battery pack discharges too quickly. • Ambient temperature is too high or low, or the battery pack has not been charged enough. This is not a malfunction. • Fully charge the battery again. If the problem persists, the battery may be worn-out. Replace it with a new one (p.
  • Page 427 The cassette is noisier during rewinding or fast-forwarding. • When using the AC Adaptor, rewind/fast forward speed increases (compared with battery operation) and therefore increases noise. This is not a malfunction. You cannot delete pictures or format the “Memory Stick Duo.” •...
  • Page 428 Troubleshooting (Continued) The shutter sound is not heard when you record a still image. • Set [BEEP] to [ON] (p. 84). • There is no shutter sound while during movie shooting. End search does not work. • Do not eject the cassette after recording (p. 45). •...
  • Page 429 Shutter speed, gain, white balance or iris cannot be adjusted manually. • Set the AUTO LOCK switch to the center position to release the auto lock mode. Tiny spots in white, red, blue, or green appear on the screen. • This phenomenon appears when using a slow shutter speed (p. 36). This is not a malfunction. The subjects passing by the frame very fast appear crooked.
  • Page 430 The movies freeze for a while, or the sound breaks off. • This occurs if the tape or video head is dirty (p. 124). • Use the Sony mini DV cassette. “---” is displayed on the screen. • The tape you are playing was recorded without setting the date and time.
  • Page 431 Date Search does not work correctly. • Be sure to record more than 2 minutes after the date changed. If one day’s recording is too short, your camcorder may not accurately find the point where the recording date changes. • There is a blank section between recorded sections of the tape. This is not a malfunction. No picture appears during End search, Rec review or Last scene review.
  • Page 432 Troubleshooting (Continued) • DVCAM (DV) format pictures input to the camcorder via i.LINK cable (p. 89) cannot be output. • This occurs if you record on a tape in both HDV and DVCAM (DV) formats. Disconnect and connect the HDMI cable, or slide the POWER switch to turn on your camcorder again. The picture appears distorted on the 4:3 TV.
  • Page 433 When you copy a movie shot in wide (16:9) format using an i.LINK cable, the screen stretches vertically. • You cannot output the aspect ratio setting using an i.LINK cable. Set the aspect ratio of the TV instead. • Connect using an AV cable instead. Connecting to a computer The computer does not recognize your camcorder.
  • Page 434: Warning Indicators And Messages

    Some symptoms you can fix by yourself. If the problem persists even after you have E (Battery level warning) tried a couple of times, contact your Sony • The battery pack is nearly used up. dealer or local authorized Sony service •...
  • Page 435: Moisture Condensation

    Fast flashing: QZ The tape is locked - check the • The tape has run out.* tab. (p. 114) Z (Eject cassette warning)* Cannot record due to copyright Slow flashing: protection. (p. 114) • The write-protect tab on the cassette is x “Memory Stick Duo”...
  • Page 436: Pictbridge Compliant Printer

    Warning indicators and messages (Continued) Cannot record still images on Memory Stick. • You cannot record still images in the following cases: – When the shutter speed is 1/60 or less – While using [FADER] – While using [SMTH SLW REC] –...
  • Page 437: Additional Information

    Additional Information Using your camcorder abroad Power supply Viewing HDV format pictures recorded in HDV format You can use your camcorder in any country/region using the AC Adaptor You need an HDV1080i compatible TV (or supplied with your camcorder within the monitor) with a component jack and AC 100 V to 240 V, 50/60 Hz range.
  • Page 438: Hdv Format And Recording/playback

    HDV format and recording/playback Copyright signal Your camcorder is capable of recording in HDV/DVCAM/DV formats. When you play back It is recommended to use a cassette with the If the cassette you play back on your mark to record in the HDV/ camcorder contains copyright signals, you DVCAM/DV format.
  • Page 439 On Sony HDV1080i compliant TVs An HDV format compatible TV with the component input jack is required to view playback pictures recorded in the HDV REC: The cassette can be format. recorded. SAVE SAVE: The cassette cannot be recorded (write-protected).
  • Page 440: Compatibility Of The Dvcam/dv Formats

    Compatibility of the DVCAM/DV formats Mini DVCAM and mini DV cassettes The DVCAM format was developed as a more reliable and higher-end format than The recording format of the picture is the consumer DV format. Explained here defined according to the recorder’s format are the differences, compatibility, and as described below.
  • Page 441 Compatibility on editing using DV b Note jacks • If you use tapes as in 1) to 3) above for editing, the functions may be limited regardless of the When this camcorder is connected to other format of players and recorders. digital video equipment using an i.LINK cable, the recording format of edited tapes Limitations on editing...
  • Page 442: About The "memory Stick

    About the “Memory Stick” A “Memory Stick” is a compact, portable • Data read/write speed may vary depending on the combination of the “Memory Stick” and IC recording medium with a large data “Memory Stick” compliant product you use. capacity. •...
  • Page 443 On image data compatibility • Do not insert anything other than a “Memory Stick Duo” into the “Memory Stick Duo” slot. • Image data files recorded on a “Memory Stick Doing so may cause a malfunction. Duo” by your camcorder conform to the “Design rule for Camera File system”...
  • Page 444: About The "infolithium" Battery Pack

    About the “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack To use the battery pack effectively This unit is compatible with an “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack (L series). • Battery pack performance decreases when the Your camcorder operates only with an surrounding temperature is 10 °C (50 °F) or “InfoLITHIUM”...
  • Page 445: About I.link

    • i.LINK is a more familiar term for the IEEE 1394 data transport bus proposed by Sony, and is a trademark approved by many corporations. • IEEE 1394 is an international standard standardized by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
  • Page 446 About i.LINK (Continued) About the i.LINK Baud rate About the required i.LINK cable i.LINK’s maximum baud rate varies Use the Sony i.LINK 4-pin-to-4-pin cable according to the device. There are 3 types. (during HDV/DVCAM (DV) dubbing). S100 (approx. 100Mbps*) S200 (approx. 200Mbps) S400 (approx.
  • Page 447: Maintenance And Precautions

    • If any solid object or liquid gets inside the moisture condenses on the lens. casing, unplug your camcorder and have it checked by a Sony dealer before operating it any further. • Avoid rough handling, disassembling, modifying, physical shock, or impact such as hammering, dropping or stepping on the product.
  • Page 448 10 seconds after recording. the cassette lid is opened. This is not a To prevent such a problem, use the Sony malfunction. Do not close the cassette lid mini DV cassette. until the cassette is ejected.
  • Page 449 (optional), the video heads • Store in a well-ventilated location subject to may be worn out. Please contact your Sony little dirt or dust. dealer or local authorized Sony service facility • To prevent mold, periodically clean the lens as to have the video heads replaced.
  • Page 450 Maintenance and precautions (Continued) Removing dust from inside the viewfinder Remove the viewfinder. While sliding the viewfinder release lever to the left 1, remove the viewfinder 2. Remove dust from inside the viewfinder and the part shown below with a blower. Attach the viewfinder following the reverse procedure of step 1.
  • Page 451: Specifications

    Specifications System Fast forward/rewind time Approx. 2 min 40 s (using a PHDVM- Video recording system (HDV) 63DM cassette and rechargeable 2 rotary heads, Helical scanning system battery pack) Video recording system (DVCAM (DV)) Approx. 1 min 45 s (using a PHDVM- 2 rotary heads, Helical scanning system 63DM cassette and AC Adaptor) Still image recording system...
  • Page 452 (IEEE 1394, 4-pin information at the time of recording. connector S100) Still image resolution is obtained by the unique pixel array of Sony’s ClearVid LCD screen CMOS Sensor and image processing system (new Enhanced Imaging Picture Processor).
  • Page 453 Mass (approx.) Operating temperature 1.5 kg (3 lb 6 oz) main unit only 0 °C to 40 °C (32 °F to 104 °F) 1.9 kg (4 lb 2 oz) including the NP- Type F570 rechargeable battery pack, Lithium ion cassette (PHDVM-63DM), and lens Design and specifications are subject to change hood with lens cover, microphone without notice.
  • Page 454 • Macintosh and Mac OS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc in the U.S. and other countries. • HDV and the HDV logo are trademarks of Sony Corporation and Victor Company of Japan, Ltd. • HDMI, HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC.
  • Page 455 Quick Reference Identifying parts and controls The numbers in ( ) are reference pages. A Zoom lever (31) L Focus ring (32) B Viewfinder (20) M Zoom ring (31) C Viewfinder lens adjustment lever (20) LANC jack LANC control jack is used for D Viewfinder release lever (126) controlling the tape transport of video E Handle zoom lever (31)
  • Page 456 Identifying parts and controls (Continued) A Hook for the shoulder strap (133) Q Tripod receptacle Make sure that the length of the tripod B EXPOSURE/IRIS button (33) screw is less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). C EXPOSURE/IRIS dial (33) Otherwise, you cannot attach the tripod D PUSH AUTO FOCUS button (32) securely, and it may damage your camcorder.
  • Page 457 A BATT RELEASE (battery release) To attach the shoulder strap button (17) Attach the shoulder strap (optional) to the B Hook for the shoulder strap (133) hooks for the shoulder strap. OPEN/EJECT lever (24) D Grip belt (19) E INPUT2 jack (14) F INPUT1 jack (14) G Lens (8) H Lens hood with lens cover (15)
  • Page 458 Identifying parts and controls (Continued) A LCD screen (20) button has it on the + side). Use it to identify the location of the buttons. B Video control buttons (REW, PLAY*, FF, PAUSE, STOP, SLOW, REC) (29) To attach the jack cover C ZEBRA switch (35) Attach the jack cover as shown in the D ASSIGN 6, MEMORY/DELETE...
  • Page 459 A Remote sensor (front) (136) B Rec lamp (front) The rec lamp flashes if the remaining tape or battery is low. C REC CH SELECT switch (14) D CH1 AUTO/MAN switch (42) E CH1 +48V switch (42) F CH2 AUTO/MAN switch (42) G CH2 +48V switch (42) H CH2 AUDIO LEVEL dial (42) I CH1 AUDIO LEVEL dial (42)
  • Page 460: Identifying Parts And Controls

    Remote Commander may Playback, Fast-forward, Pause, Stop, not function properly. In this case, replace the battery with a Sony CR2025 lithium battery. Slow) (29) Use of another battery may present a risk of fire F ZERO SET MEMORY or explosion.
  • Page 461: Indicators For The Lcd Screen And Viewfinder

    Indicators for the LCD screen and viewfinder The numbers in ( ) are reference pages. The indicators will not be recorded on the tape during recording. Recording movies Recording still images 00:04:50:04 FINE 1.2M HDV1080i A Recording format ( G Recording folder (81) ) (75) H Image size (80) B Remaining battery (approx.)
  • Page 462: Viewing Movies

    Indicators for the LCD screen and viewfinder (Continued) Viewing movies Viewing still images qd qf 00:04:50:04 1.2M 101-0011 MEMORY PLAY HDV1080i L Data file name K Tape transport indicator M Picture number/Total number of Recording mode (DVCAM or DV SP) appears when a tape recorded in the DVCAM recorded pictures in the current or DV SP format is played back.DV.
  • Page 463 Bottom Indicators when you made changes Indicator Meaning HISTOGRAM (71) Upper left Upper right DV AU. MODE 00:00:00:00 (DV Audio mode) (68)* Manual volume control(42) Manual focus (32) Center Bottom Picture profile (38) SPOTLIGHT (67) Upper left Backlight (67) Indicator Meaning SteadyShot off (63) Recording format (75)
  • Page 464: Index

    Index Numeric Battery Computer......95 Battery Info....49 Connect 1080i/480i......76 Battery pack....16 TV ......... 52 16:9 (wide) or 4:3 TV...52 BEEP........84 VCR ......85 480i........76 BLACK FADER....68 COPY ........40 +48V switch ...14, 42, 135 BLK COMPNSTN....40 CURRNT FOLDER .....80 Button-type lithium battery ...........
  • Page 465 INTELLIGENT ....65 D.EXTENDER GAIN button ......36 (Digital Extender) ..67, 104 Grip belt ....... 19 INTERVAL ......66 GUIDEFRAME ....71 INTERVAL REC ..66, 104 IN/OUT REC menu ....75 EDGE CROP ......77 IRIS........34 End search......45 HANDLE ZOOM ....65 i.LINK ........121 END TRIGGER....62 Handle zoom ......
  • Page 466 Index (Continued) MEMORY SET menu ..80 NEW FOLDER....81 PUSH AUTO FOCUS button........32 Memory Stick ...6, 83, 118 NTSC ......106, 113 Memory Stick Duo ..24, 118 NUMBER ......72 Insert/Eject ....24 QUALITY ......80 Number of recordable pictures ......80 QUICK REC ......
  • Page 467 VOLUME/MEMORY button SEL/PUSH EXEC dial ..22 TC MAKE......79 ..........29 SEPARATE ......68 TC PRESET ......78 V-OUT/PANEL....74 SHARPNESS......39 TC RUN ....... 78 SHOT TRANS....46, 65 TC/UB DISP ......79 Shot transition .......46 TC/UB SET menu ....78 Warning indicators .....110 Shoulder strap .....133 Telephoto ......
  • Page 468 Printed on 70% or more recycled paper using VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) -free vegetable oil based ink. Printed in Japan...
  • Page 469 HARDWARE LIST (1/4) #1: M1.7 X 2.5 #2: M1.7 X 4.0 #3: M1.7 X 2.5 #4: M1.4 X 2.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Black) (Red) (Dark Silver) 2-635-562-11 2-635-562-31 2-660-401-01 3-348-998-81 #5: M1.7 X 3.5 (Tapping) #6: M1.4 X 1.7 #7: M1.7 X 1.6 #8: M1.7 X 3.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver)
  • Page 470 HARDWARE LIST (2/4) #21: M1.4 X 3.0 #22: M1.7 X 5.0 (Tapping) #23: M1.7 X 4.0 (Tapping) #24: B1.7 X 5.5 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver) (Black) (Black) 2-662-396-21 3-083-261-01 3-080-204-11 4-679-805-11 #25: M1.7 X 3.0 #26: M1.4 X 2.0 #27: M1.4 X 2.0 #28: M1.4 X 4.0 (Tapping) (Black) (Silver)
  • Page 471 HARDWARE LIST (3/4) #41: M3.0 X 8.0 (Tapping) #42: M2.0 X 4.0 (Tapping) #43: M1.7 X 4.0 #44: M1.7 X 3.0 (Tapping) (Silver) (Silver) (Red) (Silver) 3-065-748-01 7-628-253-00 2-660-401-31 3-078-890-61 #45: M1.4 X 2.5 #46: M1.7 X 3.0 #47: M1.4 X 3.0 (Tapping) #48: M1.7 X 2.5 (Silver) (Red)
  • Page 472 HARDWARE LIST (4/4) #61: M3.0 X 10.0 #62: M2.0 X 3.0 #63: M5.0 X 12.5 (Black) (Silver) (Black) 7-682-549-09 3-080-202-21 3-060-811-21 12.5 10.0...
  • Page 473 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE [Description of main button functions on toolbar of the Adobe Acrobat Reader Ver5.0 (for Windows)] Toolbar Printing a text Reversing the screens displayed once • To reverse the previous screens (operation) one by one, click 1. Click the Print button 2.
  • Page 474 ENGLISH JAPANESE ENGLISH JAPANESE 【Adobe Acrobat Reader Ver 5.0 ( for Windows) ツールバー内にある主なボタンの機能説明】 ツールバー 文章を印刷する 一度表示した画面へ逆戻りする 1. 印刷ボタン をクリックする。 ・ 前の画面 (操作) へ1つずつ逆戻りする場合、 をクリック 2. プリンター、印刷範囲、印刷部数、および他のオプショ する。 ンを指定して 「OK」 をクリックする。 ・ 戻した画面 (操作) を1 つずつ前に進める場合、 をク リックする。 印刷の応用: ページ内で印刷したい範囲を設定するには、 グラフィッ サービスマニュアルへの応用: ク選択ツール を選択し、ページ上をドラッグして印 回路図とプリント図を行き来できるので電圧チェックに 刷したい範囲を囲んでから印刷ボタンをクリックする。 便利です。...
  • Page 475: Revision History

    Reverse 985215811.pdf Revision History S.M. Rev. Ver. Date History Contents issued 2006.11 Official Release — — HVR-V1J/V1U/V1N/V1E/V1P/V1C...

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