AW-RP50 MANUAL PDF

If the white balance is off, not only will white be reproduced poorly but the color tone of the entire picture will also deteriorate. Page 10 Selecting the settings for a selected remote camera Automatically adjusting the white balance Set the automatic adjustment if the coloring appears unnatural under certain light sources or other conditions. If the white serving as the reference can be recognized, it is possible to shoot with natural coloring. Page 11 Selecting the settings for a selected remote camera Manually adjusting the white balance Setting the R and B gain values As with the automatic adjustment, fill the screen with a white subject. Connect a waveform monitor or color monitor to the video output connector on the currently selected remote camera.

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Even when using only one unit, it m ust still be selected from the wireless remote control or controller. One of f our shooting modes Scen[ When power is supplied to it, the status displa y lamp will light up orang[ The unit is set to the standby [ Up to five units and de vices can be operated using one controller.

Select the unit or units to be operated from the wireless remote control or controller. Even when using only one unit, it m ust still be selected. When performing the operations [ The T op Menu is displa yed. Top Menu Camera Scene[ When performing the operations using the wireless remote control The unit does not move. When the [F] button is pressed, the f o[ When shooting a TV s[ One wa y involv es using the buttons on the wireless remote control or controller; the other wa y inv olves using the Camer a menu or W eb setting.

The gain can be adjusted more precisely using the Camera menu or Web setting. F or fur ther d[ Howe ver , the number of settings that can be registered and called depends on the type of wireless remote control or controller that is u[ If the white balance has shifted out of adjustment, not only will the white be reproduced poorly but the color tones of the entire screen will also be degraded.

If the blac k balance has shifted out of adjustment, not only will the blac k be reproduced poor ly but the color tones of the entire screen will also be deg[ Ask your dealer to perf orm this adjustment. Use an oscilloscope or wa vef orm monitor for the adjustment. Adjust the blac k lev el in accordance with the uni[ Set the iris to the manual [MANU] mode. The monitor is connected to the video signal output connector. The basic camera menu oper ations inv olve displa ying sub-menus from the T op Menu items, and selecting settings on the sub-menus.

Some sub-menus ha ve men u[ With the cursor at the [Return] position, press the jog dial main. For operating the camera menus.

MENU: F or displaying and exitingthe camer a menus. ITEM: F or enter ing the menu items and settings. The camera menu of the A W-HE is displa yed on the monitor.

The basic camera menu oper ations inv olve displa ying sub-menus from the T op Menu items, and selecting s[ Select the mode which best suits the pre vailing shooting condition[ When a higher shutter speed is selected, f ast-moving subjects do not become blurred easily b ut the images will be darker. The shutter speeds that can be set are listed b[ R-B [—31 to [ Output This displa ys the Output screen on wh[ It enables the color bar setup le vel Off: 0.

Return Use this to return to the previous [ Pre-frequency-change confirmation screen Frequency Do you want to set Frequency Wireless Contro[ IP Network This is selected to d[ Subnet Mask This is selected to displa y the subnet mask address which has been set f or [ When the Standby b utton is pressed, the unit is set to the standby mode.

Use this to adjust the zoom magnification to 1. Use this to adjust the zoom magnification [ The more the outside of the pad is click ed, the faster the camera operates. Adjustment is also possible by dr agging the mouse. Right-click the pad to initiate z[ Camera title [0 to 20 half-size characte[ Preset position When the Setup button is clic ked, the Preset position setting screen is displa yed.

Scene1 Scene2 Scene3 Scene4 In these modes, the detailed settings a[ Iris Mode Au[ Select the mode when the coloring is not natural because of the nature of the light source or other f a[ The higher the settings, the more the noise is reduced. Normal This item is used to load the preset color matrix data and compensate for the saturation and color phase.

This is used to register the current status in the preset position now selected on the pull-down menu. The camera direction mov es [ It does not work during automatic adjustments. Use this to make the image lighter. Use this to s witch the picture brightness adjustment between auto and manual. OSD Mix Whether the camera menus , statuses and other displays are to be turned Off or On can be selected here for each output picture.

SDI Out [O[ The authorization of those users who can access the camera from a PC or A W-RP50 and those IP addresses , from which the camera can be accessed, is registered on this screen in order to restrict any other access.

The time is adjusted by the method selected he[ When the SNMP function is to be used, consult with your netw ork administrator. System log sc[ The user name and pass word used [ After displa ying the sav e destination dialog box using the Ex ecute b[ Consult your server administrator.

Internal erro[ Depending on the installation locations, obstacles ma y e xist in the tra vel r ange, and the remote camera ma y make contact with them. In cases like this , contact can be prev ented by setting the limiters just bef o[ T ap the button r ather than pressing it.

When it is pressed f or 2 seconds, the camera men u will appear. If this happens, press the [MENU] b utton again for 2 seconds to clear the camera menu. Then star t again from step 1. When the position is released, the tally lamp blinks twice. Once the saf e mode has been established, some or all of the operations will no longer be ac knowledged to ensure saf ety and pre vent equipment dama[ If any of them occurred, f ollow the instructions to solve each prob lem.

If using Windows[ Solution Check the fire wall settings. Refer to the screenshot. If the DPI is set to[ Ref er to the screenshot. Solution This symptom happens only when the software has been used f or the first time.

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