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Sony CCU-TX50P Service Manual

Sony CCU-TX50P Service Manual (194 pages)

For Cameras  
Brand: Sony | Category: Control Unit | Size: 16.19 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
(j)5................................................................................................................................................................
Manual Structure7................................................................................................................................................................
Purpose Of This Manual7................................................................................................................................................................
Relative Manuals7................................................................................................................................................................
Contents7................................................................................................................................................................
Spare Parts9................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Repair Parts9................................................................................................................................................................
Exploded Views10................................................................................................................................................................
At-15513................................................................................................................................................................
Electrical Parts List16................................................................................................................................................................
Au-30024................................................................................................................................................................
Cn-247430................................................................................................................................................................
Cn-251632................................................................................................................................................................
Cn-264733................................................................................................................................................................
Supplied Accessories83................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Fixtures83................................................................................................................................................................
Overall89................................................................................................................................................................
Dm-14090................................................................................................................................................................
Tr-133a92................................................................................................................................................................
Iv-5795................................................................................................................................................................
En-156a96................................................................................................................................................................
Mb-1062101................................................................................................................................................................
Iv-57a119................................................................................................................................................................
Sw-1257143................................................................................................................................................................
Vda-62a150................................................................................................................................................................
Cn-2474a152................................................................................................................................................................
Cn-2653155................................................................................................................................................................
Vda-62157................................................................................................................................................................
Frame Wiring158................................................................................................................................................................

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Sony CCU-TX50P Operating Instructions Manual

Sony CCU-TX50P Operating Instructions Manual (194 pages)

Camera Control Unit  
Brand: Sony | Category: Control Units | Size: 2.74 MB
Table of contents
Camera Control Unit2................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents6................................................................................................................................................................
Overview7................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Cd-rom Manual7................................................................................................................................................................
Cd-rom System Requirements7................................................................................................................................................................
Preparations7................................................................................................................................................................
Reading The Manual In The Cd-rom7................................................................................................................................................................
Function And Location Of Parts And Controls9................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel9................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel13................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Ccu-tx50/50p To The Video Camera16................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Connections16................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostics17................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Self-diagnostics Mode17................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of The Camera17................................................................................................................................................................
Status Display Of The Unit17................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostics Of The Camera System17................................................................................................................................................................
Results Of The Self-diagnosis Of The Internal Boards Of The Unit18................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Page Of The Camera20................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting The Self-diagnostic Mode20................................................................................................................................................................
When An Error Occurs20................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Use21................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications21................................................................................................................................................................
General21................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signals21................................................................................................................................................................
Output Signals21................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Input/output Signals22................................................................................................................................................................
Supplied Accessories22................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Accessories22................................................................................................................................................................
Product Configurations32................................................................................................................................................................
Features34................................................................................................................................................................
Features On The Dxc-d50/d50p/d50ws/d50wsp34................................................................................................................................................................
Features On The Dxc-d50ws/d50wsp36................................................................................................................................................................
Location And Function Of Parts37................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Head37................................................................................................................................................................
Vcl-920by Zoom Lens43................................................................................................................................................................
Dxf-801/801ce Viewfinder45................................................................................................................................................................
Replacing The Lithium Battery48................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting A Vtr50................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Camcorder Grip51................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting The Lens54................................................................................................................................................................
Using Accessories56................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Viewfinder56................................................................................................................................................................
Using An Optional Microphone57................................................................................................................................................................
Fitting To A Tripod58................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Position Of The Shoulder Pad58................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Lc-hb330 Carrying Case59................................................................................................................................................................
Connections60................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Portable Vtr60................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Number Of Cameras (using A Camera Control Unit)60................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting A Number Of Cameras (without Using A Camera Control Unit)62................................................................................................................................................................
Power Supply63................................................................................................................................................................
Using Battery Packs63................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Adaptor Power Supply64................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Stick65................................................................................................................................................................
Using A Memory Stick65................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Memory Sticks65................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Procedure For Shooting68................................................................................................................................................................
Shooting With The Dsr-1/1p71................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Edit Search Function While Back Space Editing71................................................................................................................................................................
Dip Switch Settings72................................................................................................................................................................
Shuttle Shot Function72................................................................................................................................................................
Viewfinder Screen Indications74................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Viewfinder Display74................................................................................................................................................................
Viewfinder Normal Indications77................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Operation80................................................................................................................................................................
Displaying The Menus80................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Menus81................................................................................................................................................................
User Menu82................................................................................................................................................................
Using The User Menu83................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Menu87................................................................................................................................................................
Paint Menu90................................................................................................................................................................
Maintenance Menu93................................................................................................................................................................
File Menu95................................................................................................................................................................
Storing And Retrieving A Scene File97................................................................................................................................................................
Storing To And Retrieving From A Memory Stick98................................................................................................................................................................
Items Stored In A File99................................................................................................................................................................
Adjustments And Settings102................................................................................................................................................................
White Balance Adjustment102................................................................................................................................................................
Saving An Appropriate White Balance Value In Memory102................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Preset White Balance Settings104................................................................................................................................................................
Light Sources And Color Temperature105................................................................................................................................................................
Using The Atw (auto Tracing White Balance) Function105................................................................................................................................................................
Black Balance Adjustment106................................................................................................................................................................
Shutter Settings107................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Clock And Timestamping Recordings109................................................................................................................................................................
Viewfinder Screen Adjustments110................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Lens111................................................................................................................................................................
Flange Focal Length Adjustment111................................................................................................................................................................
Aperture Adjustments112................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Aperture Sensitivity113................................................................................................................................................................
Macrophotography114................................................................................................................................................................
Settings For Special Cases115................................................................................................................................................................
Skin Detail Correction115................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting Color In The Specified Area115................................................................................................................................................................
Appendix116................................................................................................................................................................
Important Notes On Operation116................................................................................................................................................................
Phenomena Specific To Ccd Image Sensors117................................................................................................................................................................
Warning Indications118................................................................................................................................................................
Related Products120................................................................................................................................................................
Chart Of Optional Components And Accessories122................................................................................................................................................................
Front And Right Side131................................................................................................................................................................
Switches And Knobs On The Rear132................................................................................................................................................................
Connectors And Switches On The Rear And Left Side134................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting On Video Camera136................................................................................................................................................................
Removing From The Camera137................................................................................................................................................................
Input/output Connectors138................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories Supplied138................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories Not Supplied138................................................................................................................................................................
Locations And Functions Of Parts144................................................................................................................................................................
Operation Panel144................................................................................................................................................................
Connector Panel152................................................................................................................................................................
Mounting On A Console153................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Configuration And Basic Menu Operations154................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Operating Procedure154................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Configuration Of Menu Display155................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Items With The Dxc-d50-series Cameras159................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Items With The Dxc-d30/d35-series Cameras166................................................................................................................................................................
Menu Items With The Dxc-637-series Cameras173................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Settings177................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Operating Conditions Of The Rcp-d50/d51177................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Built-in Clock177................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Buzzer Sound178................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Brightness Of The Leds179................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Functions Of The Rotary Encoders179................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Brightness/contrast Of The Lcd180................................................................................................................................................................
Assigning A Function To The Assign Button180................................................................................................................................................................
Specifying The Security Codes181................................................................................................................................................................
File Operations183................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Scene Files185................................................................................................................................................................
Transferring Scene Files Between The Camera And A Memory Stick (with The Dxc-d50 Series)186................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Setup Files (for Dxc-d30/d35 Series Only)187................................................................................................................................................................
Skin Detail Correction/skin Matrix Adjustment (for Dxc-d30/d35/d50 Series Only)188................................................................................................................................................................
Multi-camera Control189................................................................................................................................................................
Connections And Preparatons189................................................................................................................................................................
Adjusting The Iris/master Black Of Multiple Cameras At One Time189................................................................................................................................................................
Data Transfer Among Multiple Cameras189................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Multiple Cameras From One Rcp Unit -command Link190................................................................................................................................................................
Memory Sticks191................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Memory Stick191................................................................................................................................................................
Sony CCU-TX50P Service Manual

Sony CCU-TX50P Service Manual (90 pages)

Camera Control Unit  
Brand: Sony | Category: Camera Accessories | Size: 4.61 MB

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Sony CCU-TX50P Operating Instructions Manual

Sony CCU-TX50P Operating Instructions Manual (19 pages)

Sony CCU-TX50/TX50P Camera Control Unit Operating Instructions  
Brand: Sony | Category: Control Unit | Size: 0.42 MB
Table of contents
Camera Control Unit1................................................................................................................................................................
Table Of Contents3................................................................................................................................................................
Overview4................................................................................................................................................................
Function And Location Of Parts And Controls5................................................................................................................................................................
Front Panel5................................................................................................................................................................
Rear Panel9................................................................................................................................................................
Output Connectors10................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Ccu-tx50/50p To The Video Camera12................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Connections12................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostics13................................................................................................................................................................
Entering The Self-diagnostics Mode13................................................................................................................................................................
Settings Of The Camera13................................................................................................................................................................
Status Display Of The Unit13................................................................................................................................................................
Self-diagnostics Of The Camera System14................................................................................................................................................................
Results Of The Self-diagnosis Of The Internal Boards Of The Unit14................................................................................................................................................................
Diagnostics Page Of The Camera16................................................................................................................................................................
Exiting The Self-diagnostic Mode16................................................................................................................................................................
When An Error Occurs16................................................................................................................................................................
Notes On Use17................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications17................................................................................................................................................................
General17................................................................................................................................................................
Input Signals17................................................................................................................................................................
Output Signals17................................................................................................................................................................
Camera Input/output Signals18................................................................................................................................................................
Supplied Accessories18................................................................................................................................................................
Optional Accessories18................................................................................................................................................................

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