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Complete owner's manual in digital format. The manual will be available for download as PDF file after You purchase it.

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Parts and their functions
6 BREAKER switch
If an excessively high current flows inside the unit due to some problem or other, the circuit breaker is tripped and the power is automatically turned off to protect the unit. Push this button in after conducting an inspection or repairs inside the unit. If there are no problems, the power will come back on.

A JOG dial button
This is used to select the menu items and perform settings when the MENU button B is at the ON position. When the synchro scanning mode has been selected for the shutter speed, the shutter speed can be easily adjusted more finely.

B MENU button
This is used to switch the menu ON and OFF.

7 MONITOR (volume) control
This is used to adjust the volume of the monitor speaker or earphone.

C RESET button
This is used to reset the numerical value of the counter or time code. <Note> This value is reset immediately when the COUNTER has been selected. When TC or UB has been selected, the reset button works only when the TCG selector switch is at the SET position.

8 AUDIO LEVEL CH1, CH2 (audio channel 1,

2 recording level) controls
These are used to adjust the CH1 and CH2 recording levels while monitoring the level meter inside the viewfinder.

This lamp lights up green when the power is turned on, and it flashes in green during interval recording. When a warning is given, it lights up red or flashes in red to alert the user. For further details, refer to âWarning systemâ (page 38).

D COUNTER selector switch
This is used to switch the counter display. COUNTER: A relative numerical value is displayed by the counter. However, when the tape recording includes discontinuous parts, the counter reading may also lack continuity. TC : The time code is displayed. UB : The userâs bit is displayed.

The sound can be monitored through this speaker. When an earphone is connected to the PHONE jack, the sound of the speaker will be automatically cut off. What can be monitored is the mixed sound of CH1 and CH2.

E TCG selector switch
This sets the time code operation mode to FREE RUN, REC RUN or SET. For further details, refer to âSetting the time dataâ (page 22).

This enables the camera settings that match the shooting conditions to be selected. For further details, refer to âHow to use file selectâ (page 24).

F AUDIO SELECT CH1, CH2 (audio channel 1,

2 auto/manual level adjustment selector) switches
These are used to select the method used to adjust the audio levels of audio channels 1 and 2. AUTO : The audio level is adjusted automatically. MAN : The audio level is adjusted manually.

< MODE CHECK button
This enables the setting modes of the cameraâs control switches to be checked in the viewfinder.

= QUICK FOCUS button
This supports the focusing of the subject. When it is pressed, the lens iris is opened for about 10 seconds. It makes the depth of field shallower and facilitates focusing.

G AUDIO IN (audio input selector) switches
These are used to select the input signals to be recorded on CH1 and CH2. FRONT: The input signals from the microphone connected to (MIC) the MIC IN connector are recorded. REAR : The input signals from the microphone connected to (MIC) the AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 connector are recorded. REAR : The input signals from the line connected to the (LINE) AUDIO IN CH1/CH2 connector are recorded.

> AUTO IRIS MODE selector switch
This is used to select the position that matches the shooting conditions when shooting by automatically adjusting the lens iris. BACK.L : When making a back-lit subject brighter for shooting STD : For normal shooting SPOT.L : For shooting a spot-lit subject

H Mic power switches
These are used to turn the phantom power (+48V) for each rear jack channel ON and OFF.

? FULL AUTO button
This is pressed when there is no time to check the camera unitâs settings. The lens iris and white balance will be automatically adjusted.


ON or OFF can be set for supplying the phantom power of the front microphone using âFRONT MIC POWERâ on the <MIC/AUDIO> sub-menu screen.

@ FULL AUTO lamp
This lights up when FULL AUTO shooting is being performed.

I Backup battery compartment
For further details on replacing the backup battery, refer to âReplacing the backup batteryâ (page 40).


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