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Canon BCTV Zoom Lens Operation Manual PDF

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2... 10 Frame Preset2 ... 2-22 (1) Frame Preset2 ... 2-22 (2) Frame Preset2 ON/OFF ... 2-23 (3) Frame Preset2 ON/OFF A ... 2-24

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3... 4 Preset ... 3-35 Frame Preset1 ... 3-36 Frame Preset1 ON/OFF ... 3-37 Frame Preset1 ON/OFF A ... 3-38 Frame Preset2 ... 3-39 Frame Preset2 ON/OFF ... 3-40 Frame Preset2 ON/OFF A ... 3-41 ... 3-42 ... 3-43 ... 3-44

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3... 8 Info ... 3-67 ... 3-68 ... 3-69 / ... 3-71 ... 3-72

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1... User ... Fig1-3 2... Switch ... Fig1-4 3... Preset ... Fig1-5 4... Iris ... Fig1-6 5... Zoom ... Fig1-7 6... Focus 2 ... Fig1-8 7... Info... ... Fig1-9

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Top Top 14 Top 1

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User 0 User 1 9User OFF User 0 3-26 User 0 F-Hold

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Top User 0 9UserA User 0 9 MENU 3... MENU User A

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(D) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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1 2 MANUAL 3TELE OPEN WIDE CLOSE 43-59

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MENU 33 3 MENU User Switch Preset Iris Zoom Focus A Info Fol... 8 R 7 Top MENU Set User 7

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User 0 User 1 9User OFF User 0 3-26 User 0 F-Hold

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User 0 9User A User A3-19 3-25 User No...

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(D) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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A/M ... 3-32

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3 TELE OPEN WIDE CLOSE 4 3-59

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Frame Preset1 ON/OFF ... 3-37

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Posi Posi 1

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Zoom Focus

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ON OFF ( ) ON Manual OFF

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Shtl / NON / VTR / RET / FRM1 / FRM2 / Sped

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VTR / RET / FRM1 / FRM2 / Sped / Shtl FRM1 / FRM2 / Sped / Shtl / NON / VTR / RET

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Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation... This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: -- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna... -- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver... -- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected... -- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help...

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This lens comes with operation manuals: Lens Manual and Information Display CD-ROM, and Poket Guide... Information Display Manual contains the operation method and operation procedure of the information display... Please refer to the Information Display Manual when it is needed...

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2... 10 Frame Preset2 settings ... E2-22 (1) Frame Preset2 preset speed setting ... E2-22 (2) Frame Preset2 zoom ON/OFF selection ... E2-23 (3) Frame Preset2 focus ON/OFF selection ("A" type lens only) ... E2-24

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3... 4 Preset Screen... E3-35 Setting the Frame Preset1 preset speed ... E3-36 Setting the Frame Preset1 zoom to ON or OFF ... E3-37 Setting the Frame Preset1 focus to ON or OFF ("A" type lens only) ... E3-38 Setting the Frame Preset2 preset speed ... E3-39 Setting the Frame Preset2 zoom to ON or OFF ... E3-40 Setting the Frame Preset2 focus to ON or OFF ("A" type lens only) ... E3-41 Setting the zoom speed in the preset mode ... E3-42 Setting the zoom start characteristics for preset operations... E3-43 Setting the zoom stop characteristics for preset operations ... E3-44

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3... 8 Info Screen ... E3-67 Encoder output setting... E3-68 Initialize operation setting ... E3-69 Setting the camera serial communication to ON or OFF ... E3-71 Adjustment of Camera Fol Voltage ... E3-72

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The safety warnings and cautions provided on the product or its operation manual must be observed... Failure to observe these warnings and cautions provided to guard against hazards may result in injury or accident... Read this operation manual carefully to familiarize yourself with its contents and ensure that you can operate the product properly... Also, store this manual in a safe place where it can be easily reached whenever re- quired...

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4... Do not bring the lens, kept in a very cold ambient temperature, into a warm room, because the lens may fog on the inside or condensation may occur... In these cases, the lens cannot be used until these problems clear... If the lens must be used under such conditions, countermeasures are recommended... (For instance, before bringing the lens into a warm room, put it in a vinyl bag with an effective desic- cant, and then bring it into the room... After the temperature acclimatizes to the same level as the room temperature, take out the lens out of the vinyl bag... )

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Gently blow or brush away dust or dirt on the lens surface using a lens blower or a soft lens brush... Re- move any fingerprints or other stains with a clean cotton cloth moistened with commercially available lens cleaning fluid or lens cleaning paper... Gently swirl the cloth or cleaning paper over the lens surface, starting at the center area of the lens, and then circling gradually outward until whole lens surface has been covered... Be careful not to rub dust across the lens, as the lens surface may be scratched...

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2... Canon shall make no guarantees about the product quality, functions, or operation manual and its marketability and suitability for the customer's purpose... Moreover, Canon shall bear no responsibility for any damage, direct or incidental, that results from us- age for the customer's purpose...

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This makes it possible to select whether to use the preset speed or maximum speed to move to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this speed is set... )

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Refer to the table below for the product models that correspond to the major lens types featured in the text...

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Digital function selector This key is used to perform all the setting operations on the display... Depending on the operation method, one of its five functions may be set... (Refer to Control key names and operation methods in the table below... )

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Checkpoint: If the control key is not operated for 2 or more minutes, the display turns off automatically... (Auto OFF) However, while the Fol... screen is shown, the display will not turn off automatically no matter how many minutes elapse... It is turned off only by pushing the DISPLAY switch...

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The 33 setting items and 3 follow-up relative value displays appear on the display screen of this product... The most frequently used items are displayed in a simplified format on the Top screen (screen which appears when the DISPLAY switch is pushed)... The setting of all the items and the detailed settings can be performed on the MENU screen (see next page)...

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1... User screen ... (See Fig... 1-3 below) 2... Switch screen ... (See Fig... 1-4 below) 3... Preset screen ... (See Fig... 1-5 below) 4... Iris screen ... (See Fig... 1-6 below) 5... Zoom screen ... (See Fig... 1-7 below) 6... Focus screen *2 ... (See Fig... 1-8 below) 7... Info screen ... (See Fig... 1-9 below) 8... Fol... screen ... (See Fig... 1-10 below)

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The screen which appears when the DISPLAY switch is pushed is referred to as the Top screen... A total of 14 items can be set on the Top screen... The first screen to appear is referred to as the Top initial screen, and 8 items are displayed on it... When the down key is pushed, the display is scrolled down each time so that the other 6 items appear one after the other... (See figure below) Depending on the item concerned, its setting status can be checked... (See *1 in the figure below)

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The settings can be changed for each of 10 users, who are indicated by the numbers 0 to 9, so that the appropriate settings will be used by the appropriate user... The user who will use them or the user for whom the settings are changed is selected here... When A is selected, the analog mode of a conventional type of drive unit can be established... When the analog mode is established, the digital functions can no longer be used...

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User 0 This is the default user for whom the settings can be changed and used on a temporary basis... The settings cannot be saved... The settings are released when switching to User 1 to 9 or User A (analog mode) or when the power is turned off... When the escape operation is performed, User 0 is set... For details on the escape operation, refer to page E3-26... When User 0 is selected, the factory settings (except for the auto iris gain value, remote iris gain value, F-Hold setting, encoder output setting, Initialize operation setting and Adjustment of Camera Fol Voltage) are established...

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On the Top screen, the user (User 0 to 9) who will be performing the operations can be switched and the analog mode (User A) can be selected... The detailed User 0 to 9 settings are performed from the MENU screen... (Refer to "3... MENU Screen") For details on selecting the analog mode (User A), refer to the following pages...

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Concerning the password This model does not have a special password setting screen... The password which is established every time a lock operation is performed is the password which is needed to unlock the function... This means that you should make a note of each password... If you have forgotten the password, contact Canon or one of its distributors... Anything from blanks to a maximum of 8 digits can be input as the password...

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0 (D)1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A Settings cannot be stored... The settings cannot be stored but they can be changed temporarily... The default values are restored by selecting the user or turning off the power of the lens...

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5 Input the password, and push the key... Password character input Use the up and down keys to search the characters, and the left and right keys to move from one digit to another or make corrections... Do NOT press the SET key until the password input is complete...

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User A (analog mode) This is selected when a conventional type of drive unit (with analog specifications) is to be operated... When the analog mode is established, the digital functions can no longer be used... The following applies to the drive units when this mode has been set... The VTR, RET, IRIS A/M and IRIS INST switches perform the functions that correspond to the lettering

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(2) Changing the user The procedure for changing from the analog mode to another user depends on the lock mode setting status...

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Set3 Input the password, and push the key... Password character input Use the up and down keys to search the characters, and the left and right keys to move from one digit to another or make corrections... Do NOT press the SET key until the password input is complete...

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The auto iris gain has already been set to the appropriate level at the factory but it can be changed if so desired... There are two ways to change its setting: one involves using the auto iris gain adjusting trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual), and the other is through display operations... The setting established last takes prece- dence...

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The same remote iris gain setting is used for all the users regardless of the user who is indicated on the display... For this reason, there is no need to select the user before performing the setting... As an excep- tion to the general rule, any change made in the setting is reflected for user 0 as well...

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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This makes it possible to select whether to use the preset speed or maximum speed to move to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this speed is set... )

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This makes it possible to select enable or disable for the zoom operations up to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this zoom operation is set... )

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This makes it possible to select enable or disable for the focus operations up to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this focus operation is set... )

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This makes it possible to select whether to use the preset speed or maximum speed to move to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this speed is set... )

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This makes it possible to select enable or disable for the zoom operations up to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this zoom operation is set... )

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This makes it possible to select enable or disable for the focus operations up to the memory position... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when the focus operation is set... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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This item makes it possible to change the zoom speed characteristics which is established in response to the amount by which the zoom seesaw switch is pushed in... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when these characteristics are set... )

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This item makes it possible to change the zoom speed characteristics which is established in response to the amount by which the analog demand is tilted... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when these characteristics are set... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Precautions when the iris function has been allocated Note 1: Zoom operations cannot be performed using the seesaw switch... Note 2: Before the iris is to be operated using the rocker switch, the iris mode must be set to MANUAL... Note 3: When the TELE side is pushed down, the iris operation is set to the OPEN side; conversely, when the

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All the 33 setting items and the 3 follow-up relative values displays on this information display can be set or indicated on the MENU screen*... The MENU screen is organized as 8 different function screens (or 7 different function screens for the R type lens): the User screen, Switch screen, Preset screen, Iris screen, Zoom screen, Focus screen, (only for the A type lens), Info screen, and Fol... screen... When [MENU] on the Top screen is selected and the Set key is pushed, the User screen is the first to appear... The display can be switched to the other 7 screens by pushing the left key or right key... (See figure below)

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User 0 This is the default user for whom the settings can be changed and used on a temporary basis... The settings cannot be saved... The settings are released when switching to User 1 to 9 or User A (analog mode) or when the power is turned off... When the escape operation is performed, User 0 is set... For details on the escape operation, refer to page E3-26... When User 0 is selected, the factory settings (except for the auto iris gain value, remote iris gain value, F-Hold setting, encoder output setting, Initialize operation setting and Adjustment of Camera Fol Voltage) are estab- lished...

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The user (User 0 to 9) who will be performing the operations can be switched and the analog mode (User A) can be selected... For details on the analog mode (User A), refer to pages E3-19 to E3-25... The User No... is switched to perform settings by individual user...

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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The operating steps taken be- tween steps 1 to 5 (within the two dotted parallel lines) can be undone without resetting the settings... To return to the original screen, move the up key... To turn off the display without resetting the settings, push the DISPLAY switch...

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The operating steps taken be- tween steps 1 to 5 (within the two dotted parallel lines) can be undone without resetting the settings... To return to the original screen, move the up key... To turn off the display without resetting the settings, push the DISPLAY switch...

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The operating steps taken be- tween steps 1 to 7 (within the two dotted parallel lines) can be un- done without copying the settings... To return to the original screen, move the up key... To turn off the display without copying the set- tings, push the DISPLAY switch...

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Set8 Push the key... The settings are copied into the specified user number, and the display returns to Screen A...

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With the drive unit installed the information display, the setting establisbed on the information display can be copied into another information display drive unit... There are two copy types... 1:Copying the data settings established for one user (See this page)... 2:Copying the data settings established for all the users (See the page E3-12)... A dedicated cable purchased separately is required for this operation... For further details,consult a Canon sales representative or your Canon dealer...

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*2: Refrain from operating the op- eration switch or pushing the DISPLAY switch on either the copy source lens or copy des- tination lens while the settings are being copied... Otherwise, the copying operation may not be conducted properly...

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of the copy source lens and the other end into the corresponding connector of the copy destination lens... 2... Turn on the power of the copy source lens and copy destination lens... 3... Push the DISPLAY switch on the copy source lens to turn on the display... (Do not turn on the display of

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*2: Refrain from operating the op- eration switch or pushing the DISPLAY switch on either the copy source lens or copy des- tination lens while the settings are being copied... Otherwise, the copying operation may not be conducted properly... Note: If the settings were not copied successfully, an error message will appear...

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If, during copying, the cable was disconnected or the power of the copy destination lens dropped or it was turned off, the screen with the message shown on the left will be displayed... In a case like this, data copying has been stopped before it was completed and, as a result, the data is not copied properly...

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Concerning the password This model does not have a special password setting screen... The password which is established every time a lock operation is performed is the password which is needed to unlock the function... This means that you should make a note of each password... If you have forgotten the password, contact Canon or one of its distribu- tors... Anything from blanks to a maximum of 8 digits can be input as the password...

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Concerning the password This model does not have a special password setting screen... The password which is established every time a lock operation is performed is the password which is needed to unlock the function... This means that you should make a note of each password... If you have forgotten the password, contact Canon or one of its distribu- tors... Anything from blanks to a maximum of 8 digits can be input as the password...

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The same password which was input to lock the function serves as the password to unlock it...

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The same password which was input to lock the function serves as the password to unlock it...

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Concerning the password This model does not have a special password setting screen... The password which is established every time a lock operation is performed is the password which is needed to unlock the function... This means that you should make a note of each password... If you have forgotten the password, contact Canon or one of its distribu- tors... Anything from blanks to a maximum of 8 digits can be input as the password...

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Settings cannot be stored... The settings cannot be stored but they can be changed temporarily... The default values are restored by selecting the user or turning off the power of the lens...

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Set6 Input the password, and push the key... Password character input Use the up and down keys to search the characters, and the left and right keys to move from one digit to another or make corrections... Do NOT press the SET key until the password input is complete...

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Concerning the password This model does not have a special password setting screen... The password which is established every time a lock operation is performed is the password which is needed to unlock the function... This means that you should make a note of each password... If you have forgotten the password, contact Canon or one of its distribu- tors... Anything from blanks to a maximum of 8 digits can be input as the password...

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Two types of operations can be performed on the display: the auto iris gain can be adjusted, and the analog mode can be changed to another user... If the lock mode is established, it must be released (Unlock) before these operations can be performed... The password used at the setting stage is required to release the lock mode...

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(2) Changing the user The procedure for changing from the analog mode to another user depends on the lock mode setting status...

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Set3 Input the password, and push the key... Password character input Use the up and down keys to search the characters, and the left and right keys to move from one digit to another or make corrections... Do NOT press the SET key until the password input is complete...

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Even when the jump operation is performed, the settings of the following items will remain the same as before the jump operation: auto iris gain value, remote iris gain value, F-Hold setting, encoder output setting, Initialize operation setting and Adjustment of Camera Fol Voltage...

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Setting the iris A/M switch ... E3-32

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Precautions when the iris function has been allocated Note 1: Zoom operations cannot be performed using the seesaw switch... Note 2: Before the iris is to be operated using the rocker switch, the iris mode must be set to MANUAL... The

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Setting the zoom speed in the preset mode ... E3-42

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Whether to use the preset speed or maximum speed to move to the memory position can be selected... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this speed is set... )

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The zoom operations up to the memory position can be enabled or disabled... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when the setting is performed... )

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The focus operations up to the memory position can be enabled or disabled... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this setting is performed... )

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Whether to use the preset speed or maximum speed to move to the memory position can be selected... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this speed is set... )

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The zoom operations up to the memory position can be enabled or disabled... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when the setting is performed... )

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The focus operations up to the memory position can be enabled or disabled... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when this setting is performed... )

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The zoom speed from any position up to the memory position can be set... There are two ways to change the speed setting: one involves using the Memo button (refer to the Lens Manual), and the other is through dis- play operations... Either way can be used, but the setting established last takes precedence...

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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(1) Auto iris gain setting ... E3-46

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The auto iris gain has already been set to the appropriate level at the factory but it can be changed if so desired... There are two ways to change its setting: one involves using the auto iris gain adjusting trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual), and the other is through display operations... The setting established last takes precedence...

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The same remote iris gain setting is used for all the users regardless of the user who is indicated on the display... For this reason, there is no need to select the user before performing the setting... As an exception to the general rule, any change made in the setting is reflected for user 0 as well...

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Note: The iris may not close completely when the iris correction function is set to ON and the extender (2... 0x) is used... If this is the case, follow the procedure for Setting the iris close detection to ON or OFF, and set the detection to ON...

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Note: Depending on the camera, it may not be possible for the iris to operate properly due to the interaction between the iris correction func- tion of the lens and the iris control exercised from the camera... At such a time, set the iris close detection to OFF...

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Setting F-Hold to ON or OFF ... E3-53

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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F-Hold can be set to ON or OFF... The same F-Hold setting can be used for all the users regardless of the user who is indicated on the display... For this reason, there is no need to select the user before performing the setting... As an exception to the gen- eral rule, any change made in the setting is reflected for user 0 as well...

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The characteristics applying when the zoom starts to move when a zoom operation is performed using a switch such as the zoom seesaw switch can be set...

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The characteristics applying when a zoom operation, which has been performed using a switch such as the zoom seesaw switch, is stopped can be set...

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The characteristics applying when a zoom operation, which has been performed using a switch such as the zoom seesaw switch, is stopped at the zoom mechanism end can be set...

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The characteristics of the zoom speed can be varied in response to the amount by which zoom seesaw switch is pushed in... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when these characteristics are set... )

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The characteristics of the zoom speed can be varied in response to the amount by which the analog demand is tilted... (Bear in mind that the display is switched to another screen when these characteristics are set... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Note: When {Posi} has been selected, the seesaw switch can no longer be used... When {Posi} has been selected, only one demand connector can be connected... Normally, {Sped} is selected...

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Two kinds of VTR switches, a momentary type and alternate type, are provided on the zoom demand... Both of these switches can be set... Since the momentary type is normally used, select "300M... " Select "300A" only when a zoom demand such as the "ZSD-300A" or "ZGA-200A" is to be used...

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Focus demand curve characteristics (A type lenses only) ... E3-66

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Prior to operation, select the user for whom the settings will be made... (For details on how to select the user, refer to page E2-5 or E3-4... )

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Initialize operation setting ... E3-69

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The encoder output function for zoom and focus can be enabled or disabled... The encoder can be out put from the virtual connector if the setting is set as enabled... For further details, consult a Canon sales representative or your dealer...

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The system can be set the lens position when the power is turned ON... Since the lens features an encoder, the correct position of the lens must be detected each time the power is turned ON... If the initialize operation has been set to ON, then when the power is turned ON, the lens operates the initialize operation automati- cally which detects its position... If it has been set to OFF, the lens position is detected when, in the course of normal operation, the lens has passed a specific position (normally near the center)... However, at the initialize operation ON setting, the same operation as for the OFF setting will be performed if the lens is set to Manual...

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4 The zoom initialize operation setting is established by moving the key... The focus zoom initialize operation setting can be established by moving the key twice...

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As an interface between the camera and the lens, two ways of control, the serial communication control and the analog control, are used... Use this setting to switch between the automatic identification setting and the analog control setting of the interface... The default setting is ON: enabled and with this setting, the lens automatically identifies the control setting as whether the serial communication control or the analog control... Set to OFF: disabled for selecting the analog control as an interface between the lens and the camera...

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The camera fol voltage is adjusted at the time of shipment... There is no need to change usually... However, the lens side can be changed by the situation on the camera side (indicators, etc... )... The camera fol voltage is used by all users... There are the voltages sent back to the camera for zoom, iris and focus... A password is required in order to ensure that the content of the setting is not easily changed... Please contact Canon Inc... or the distributing agent when you need the password... This operation cannot be done in the analog mode...

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Please contact Canon Inc... or the distributing agent for the password that is needed for this operation... When the password is entered and the key is pushed, the data of the selected item is displayed... When this operation is performed for the first time, the factory default settings at the time of shipment will be displayed... These are the values that have been adjusted to each individual lens... Make a note of them in case they are to be restored...

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Lens follow-up displays (iris, zoom and focus) ... 3-76

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Note: The display is not automatically turned off during the Fol... screen even when no operation has been un- dertaken for more than two minutes...

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E3-26 Hold down the Display sw and Set key for more than 2 seconds...

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< > The factory default settings established at the time of shipment can be changed... Up key operation

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Top ... C1-2

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(D) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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VTRRETIRIS A/MIRIS INST

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VTRRETIRIS A/MIRIS INST

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(D) A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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AUX... 2-15,... 3-28 FOCUS... 3-65 FRAME... PRESET... 2-19,... 3-35 RET... 2-18,... 3-31 VTR... 2-16,... 3-30 ... 2-12,... 3-46 ... 2-25,... 3-48 ... 3-68 ... 3-71 ... 2-26,... 3-54 ... 2-14,... 3-52 ... 3-72,... 3-75 ... 2-4,... 3-3

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