Table of Contents Precautions..........3 Overview ............ 4 Functions of Parts and Controls....5 Attaching to the Camera......8 Turning on the Viewfinder ...... 10 Adjusting the Viewfinder Position ..10 Adjusting the Height and Tilting/ Panning...........10 Adjusting the Front-Back Position (HDVF-L770 only) ......12 Adjusting the Screen ......
On installation Precautions • Allow adequate air circulation to prevent internal heat build-up. Do not place the unit on surfaces (rugs, blankets, etc.) Handling the screen or near materials (curtains, draperies) that may block the ventilation holes. • The LCD panel fitted to this unit is manufactured with •...
Assignable switches are provided on the front (2 switches) and on the left and right handles (2 switches each, HDVF-L770 only) for frequently used functions. The HDVF-L750/HDVF-L770 is a 7.0-inch LCD viewfinder. Tally indicators This viewfinder has the following features.
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An error message (see page 26) may be displayed at the same time. Turn off the power and contact your Sony The threshold battery voltage value at which this service representative. indicator begins flashing can be set by the camera. For details, refer to the manual for the camera.
(DC 10.5 V to 17.0 To attach the viewfinder to the camera, mount the V). In this case, contact your Sony service representative. viewfinder in the V-wedge shoe attachment attached on top of the camera.
Remove the four plastic caps from the camera. • When attaching the viewfinder to the HXC-D70 or PMW-320/350/400/500, use the shoe conversion bracket (supplied) (see page 9). (HDVF-L750 only) Plastic caps For how to change the position of the viewfinder attached to the camera, see “Adjusting the Viewfinder Position”...
HDVF-L770 Button Lever HDVF-L770 Attaching the shoe conversion bracket (HDVF-L750 only) When attaching the viewfinder to the HXC-D70 or Connect the CAM connector to the camera’s VF PMW-320/350/400/500, use the shoe conversion bracket connector. (supplied). Clamp the connecting cable with the cable clamp as Remove the cover on the handle of the camera, then shown in the following figure.
Turning on the Adjusting the Viewfinder Viewfinder Position When the camera is turned on and the POWER switch of Adjusting the Height and Tilting/ the viewfinder is set to ON, power is supplied to the Panning viewfinder. The image will be displayed several seconds after supplying power to the viewfinder.
(toward the lock position) to secure the position of the viewfinder. 10 cm (4 inches) HDVF-L750 Adjust the height of the viewfinder by loosening the lift fixing screw, then fix it by fastening. The height of the viewfinder can be adjusted in 2 Maximum adjustment range: 10 cm (4 inches) levels.
Adjust the viewfinder angle. Adjusting the Front-Back Position (HDVF-L770 only) Tilting adjustment You can adjust the front-back position of the viewfinder by sliding or rotating the mounting position of the mounting wedge and upper and lower plates at the bottom of the viewfinder.
Slide or rotate the mounting wedge, lower plate, and/ Adjusting the Screen or upper plate as required, then tighten the screws. When the mounting wedge is slid forward: The viewfinder moves 15 mm (19/32 inches) toward Note the camera operator from the factory default position.
To attach the hood, hook the hood to the groove the viewfinder. The angle of the hood can be changed up to 45° upward. Groove HDVF-L750 HDVF-L770 Outdoor hood (optional) Tighten the screw to fix the viewfinder. Screw...
Attaching a Number Plate Using the Focus Assist Insert the tabs on the sides of the number plate into each Function slit in the up-tally lamp. HDVF-L770 For details on menu operations, see “Using the Menu” on page 18. Number plate (supplied) PEAKING PLUS Function This function can be used to sharpen the edges of an...
• HUE PHASE: Hue center position Adjust the amount of correction with the PEAKING • HUE WIDTH: Hue range control. • SAT WIDTH: Saturation range Only the edges of the object within the area selected – direction: in step 3 will be sharpened. Narrows the effective range Turn the control clockwise to make the edges sharper.
Adjust the amount of correction with the PEAKING MODE1: Standard magnified display control. The edges of the object that coincides with the color detected in step 4 are sharpened within the area selected in step 3. Turn the control clockwise to make the edges sharper.
to item select mode. Press the MENU switch again Using the Menu to change to page select mode. Select menu items. Many of the viewfinder’s functions can be set by a menu With the mark positioned to the left of a menu item operation.
The setting is entered and the menu returns to item select mode. If you press the MENU switch before pressing the MENU control, the setting returns to the value that was previously set and then the menu returns to item select mode.
List of Menu Items • “– – –” appears to the left of settings that cannot be Notes selected. • Some settings cannot be selected unless the previous menu item is set to “ON.” Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ FUNCTION ASSIGN.
Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ [OFF]/ON FUNCTION KNEE For turning the KNEE correction circuit ON or OFF. (This setting does not affect the camera’s output signals.) [OFF]/ON MONOCHROME For selecting color display (OFF) or black-and-white display (ON). (This setting does not affect the camera’s output signals.) CHROMA –99 to  to 99...
Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ –99 to  to 99 HUE WIDTH For specifying the hue range of which edge enhancement is PEAKING to be performed. –99 to  to 99 SAT WIDTH For specifying the saturation range of which edge enhancement is to be performed.
Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ WAVEFORM Displays a simplified input signal waveform as a sub display. The right illustration is an example of the waveform monitor when a color bar Selected signal is input. LINE Note The waveform monitor allows for easy checking of an image waveform.
Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ [OFF]/ON PRESET PRESET For selecting whether to enable the settings of the BRIGHT, CONTRAST, PEAKING controls and the chroma level in the FUNCTION menu, or to enable the preset “PRST BRIGHT,” “PRST CONTRAST,” “PRST PEAKING,” and “PRST CHROMA”...
Page Menu Item Settings Function (default in [ [ZEBRA]/FALSE ZEBRA/FALSE SELECT Switches the support function for setting exposure. ZEBRA/FALSE [OFF]/ON Toggles between the normal display (OFF) and the ZEBRA/ FALSE COLOR display (ON). ZEBRA SELECT /2/BOTH Sets the type of ZEBRA display (ZEBRA1, ZEBRA2, or both of them).
Storage temperature –20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F) DEVICE ERROR Other device errors Mass HDVF-L770: 3.0 kg (6 lb 9.8 oz) (not including hood) HDVF-L750: 1.7 kg (3 lb 12 oz) (not including hood) Error Message / Specifications...
External dimensions HDVF-L750 HDVF-L770 Unit: mm (inches) Unit: mm (inches) 295 (11 308.6 (12 147 (5 167 (6 381.5 (15 310 (12 342.5 (13 62 (2 310 (12 62 (2 When the optional VFH-790 is installed. When the optional VFH-790 is installed.
EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR Pink 41.3% to 45.3% ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER. Green 30.3% to 34.3% • SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CLAIMS OF Blue 2.5% to 4.0% ANY KIND MADE BY USERS OF THIS UNIT OR MADE BY THIRD PARTIES. Purple 0% to 2.5%...
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