a) The viewfinder display can be also turned on or
off by using the DISPLAY of the DISPLAY/
ASPECT switch on the viewfinder.
b) For detailed information on the display mode, see
"Change confirmation/adjustment progress
messages" (page 198).
VF DISP 2 page
DISP DC IN
DISP WRR RF
a) When an Anton Bauer battery system or a BP-
GL65/GL95 battery pack is installed, the
remaining battery power is shown as a
percentage value (%) according to the setting of
INT: When one of the above batteries is
installed, the remaining power is shown as a
percentage value (%) when there is a change
in the value or when the power is low.
AUTO: The remaining power is shown as a
percentage value (%) when one of the above
batteries is installed. Otherwise the voltage
(VOLT) is displayed continuously.
Setting the Status Display on the Viewfinder Screen and the LCD Monitor
Remaining disc capacity
Iris opening indicator
Zoom position indicator
Displays the color
Displays the battery
of an internal battery pack
or an external battery
connected to the DC IN
Displayed when the power
is supplied from an external
battery connected to the
DC IN connector.
Displays the video aspect
ratio (16:9 or 4:3).
Displays the reception level
of the wireless microphone.
Displays the recording
During playback, displays
the clip number and total
number of clips.
Displays the timecode.
VOLT: The voltage (VOLT) is displayed
VF DISP 3 page
Selects the type of clip name to
Turns on or off the display of
the number of the currently
loaded scene file.
LOW LIGHT Turns on and off the on-screen
warning that the average level
of the video has dropped
beneath a set level.
Sets the LOW LIGHT
Specifies the remaining battery
capacity level that starts the
flashing warning in the
Turns on and off the mode that
displays numeric menu
settings as absolute values.
a) Displayed clip names are also linked to the
settings of "Display Title" and "Planning Clip
Name in Clip Info. Area" in the Disc Menu.
b) This makes it possible to display settings that
include reference settings, stored with STORE
ALL PRESET or other functions, as absolute
Turn the MENU knob to select the
desired setting (ON, OFF, or value), and
press the MENU knob.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you have set
all of the desired items.
You can limit or suppress the messages that give
details of setting changes and adjustment
progress and results by setting a display mode.
The conditions under which messages are
displayed and their correspondence with the
display mode are as follows: