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Instruction Manual

Video Display

Beforeuse,besuretoreadthisguide,includingthe safetyandhandlingprecautions.

Readingthisguidewillhelpyoulearntousethevideo displayproperly.

Storethisguidesafelysothatyoucanuseitinthefuture. English

2 Table of Content

Table of Content

Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 4 Aboutthismanual.................................................................................................................................... 4

Trademarks.............................................................................................................................................. 4

SuppliedAccessories............................................................................................................................... 4

Safety Precautions ....................................................................................................................... 5

Handling Precautions ................................................................................................................... 6

Features ........................................................................................................................................ 8

Nomenclature ............................................................................................................................... 9

Installation/Connection .............................................................................................................. 11 HowtoCarrytheMainUnit.................................................................................................................... 11

Procedurestoattachtheprotectionpanel.............................................................................................. 11

Procedurestoattach/detachstands....................................................................................................... 12

PreventingfromTipping......................................................................................................................... 13

MountingtheMainUnitonaStandorWall............................................................................................. 14

ConnectingtheMainUnittoInputDevices............................................................................................. 15

Turning on the Power ................................................................................................................. 17 TurningonthePoweroftheMainUnit.................................................................................................... 17

Operating the Video Display ....................................................................................................... 18 Operatingthejogdial............................................................................................................................. 18

BasicoperationstousetheOSDmenu.................................................................................................. 18

AdjustingImageQualityWhileViewingtheEntireImage......................................................................... 20

TemporarilySavingParameters(AnchorPointSetting)............................................................................ 21

CalibrationwithoutaPC......................................................................................................................... 22

Export/Import......................................................................................................................................... 23

SetDate/Time........................................................................................................................................ 25

InputtingCharacters............................................................................................................................... 25

UsingtheFunction(F)Buttons............................................................................................................... 26

UsingtheChannel(CH)Button............................................................................................................... 27

CheckingSignalInformationandStatusoftheMainUnit........................................................................ 27

OSD Menu .................................................................................................................................. 28 OSDMenuIndex.................................................................................................................................... 28

Adjustment............................................................................................................................................. 34

ChannelSettings.................................................................................................................................... 43

DisplaySettings...................................................................................................................................... 45

AudioSettings........................................................................................................................................ 48

MarkerSettings...................................................................................................................................... 49

FunctionSettings................................................................................................................................... 54

SystemSettings..................................................................................................................................... 60

3Table of Content

SignalInformation................................................................................................................................... 65

SystemInformation................................................................................................................................ 65

Main specifications/Performance ............................................................................................... 66 Dimensions............................................................................................................................................ 67

Appendix .................................................................................................................................... 68 SupportedSignalFormat....................................................................................................................... 68

Image/FrameDisplay.............................................................................................................................. 79

InputSignalsandAdjustable/SettingItem............................................................................................... 82

Error Messages .......................................................................................................................... 83

Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................... 85

Software Used in This Product ................................................................................................... 87

Index ........................................................................................................................................... 89

4 Introduction

Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Video Display DP-V2410. The On Screen Display (thereafter referred to OSD) default language setting is English. To change the OSD menu language setting, please refer to p. 60.

About this manual

Some of the illustration used in the manual have been simplified for clarity.

Conventions used in this manual

: Indicates a reference page. Note: Indicates a note. Reference: Indicates reference information. CAUTION: Indicates an item you must observe.

Trademarks

HDMI, HDMI logo, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface are trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI Licensing LLC in the U.S. and other countries.

VESA is a registered trademark or trademark of Video Electronics Standards Association in the U.S. and other countries.

Other product and company names herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Supplied Accessories

The following items are supplied with this product. Please check before using.

AC Power Cord HT-21 DP-V2410 Instruction Manual (this document)

5Safety Precautions

Safety Precautions For the customers in the U.S.A. ThisequipmenthasbeentestedandfoundtocomplywiththelimitsforaClassAdigitaldevice,pursuanttoPart15of theFCCRules. Theselimitsaredesignedtoprovidereasonableprotectionagainstharmfulinterferencewhentheequipmentis operatedinacommercialenvironment.Thisequipmentgenerates,uses,andcanradiateradiofrequencyenergy and,ifnotinstalledandusedinaccordancewiththeinstructionmanual,maycauseharmfulinterferencetoradio communications.Operationofthisequipmentinaresidentialareaislikelytocauseharmfulinterferenceinwhichcase theuserwillberequiredtocorrecttheinterferenceathisownexpense.

Donotmakeanychangesormodificationstotheequipmentunlessotherwisespecifiedinthemanual.Ifsuchchanges ormodificationsshouldbemade,youcouldberequiredtostopoperationoftheequipment. UseofshieldedcableisrequiredtocomplywithclassAlimitsinSubpartBofPart15ofFCCRules.

ThisdevicecomplieswithPart15oftheFCCRules.Operationissubjecttothefollowingtwoconditions:(1)Thisdevice maynotcauseharmfulinterference,and(2)thisdevicemustacceptanyinterferencereceived,includinginterference thatmaycauseundesiredoperation.

CanonU.S.AInc. OneCanonPark,Melville,NY11747,U.S.A. TelNo.(631)330-5000

For the customers in Canada CANICES-3(A)/NMB-3(A)

For the customers in Europe Thisproductmaycauseinterferenceifusedinresidentialareas.Suchusemustbeavoidedunlesstheusertakes specialmeasurestoreduceelectromagneticemissionstopreventinterferencetothereceptionofradioandtelevision broadcasts.

CANONINC. 30-2,Shimomaruko3-chome,Ohta-ku,Tokyo146-8501,Japan

CANONEUROPAN.V. Bovenkerkerweg59,1185XBAmstelveen,TheNetherlands

OnlyforEuropeanUnionandEEA(Norway,IcelandandLiechtenstein) Thissymbolindicatesthatthisproductisnottobedisposedofwithyourhouseholdwaste, accordingtotheWEEEDirective(2012/19/EU)andnationallegislation.Thisproductshould behandedovertoadesignatedcollectionpoint,e.g.,onanauthorizedone-for-onebasis whenyoubuyanewsimilarproductortoanauthorizedcollectionsiteforrecyclingwaste electricalandelectronicequipment(EEE).Improperhandlingofthistypeofwastecouldhave apossiblenegativeimpactontheenvironmentandhumanhealthduetopotentiallyhazardous substancesthataregenerallyassociatedwithEEE.Atthesametime,yourcooperationinthe correctdisposalofthisproductwillcontributetotheeffectiveusageofnaturalresources.For moreinformationaboutwhereyoucandropoffyourwasteequipmentforrecycling,please contactyourlocalcityoffice,wasteauthority,approvedWEEEschemeoryourhouseholdwaste disposalservice.FormoreinformationregardingreturnandrecyclingofWEEEproducts,please visit www.canon-europe.com/weee.

6 Handling Precautions

Handling Precautions Places to avoid using the video display

Donotusethevideodisplayinthefollowingplacesorconditions. Placeswithexcessivedustorhumidity

Placesthatwillexposethevideodisplaytodirectsunlight,smoke(suchasfromakeroseneheaterorothersuchsource) orsteam

Nearheatsources,humidifiersorflammablegas

Nearawindowduringrainorsnow

Nearwaterorotherplacesthatcouldcausemoisturetoformonthevideodisplay

Screen Handling

Thescreenmaybedamagedifitisleftfacingstrongsourceoflight.Pleasetakeprecautionswhenplacingitneara window.

Donotpressfirmlyonthescreen,scratchitorplaceanobjectonthescreen.Itcancausenon-uniformityordamage tothepanel.

Thescreenandcabinetmaybecomewarmduringuse.Notethisdoesnotconstituteamalfunction.

About Backlight

Thebacklighthasalimitedservicelifesoitsbrightnessmaydegradeandcolormaychangeduetoaging.

About Temporary Screen burn-in

Ifastationaryimageisdisplayedforaprolongedperiod,screenburn-inmayoccurwhereyouseeremnantsofwhat wasdisplayed.ThisisacharacteristicofLCDandisnotafailure.However,thisisonlytemporaryandwilldisappear whenplayingvideo.

About the LCD screen

Thescreenisproducedusingextremelyhigh-precisionmanufacturingtechniques,withmorethan99.99%ofthepixels operatingtospecification.Lessthan0.01%ofthepixelsmayoccasionallymisfireorappearasblack,red,blueor greendots.Inaddition,thistendencymayincreasethroughlongtermuseduetocharacteristicoftheLCDpanel. Thesedonotconstituteamalfunction.

Condensation

Ifthisequipmentisbroughtintoawarmroomwhileitiscoldoriftheroomisheatedsuddenly,condensationmayform onthesurfaceorinsidetheequipment.Notethattheequipmentmaybedamagedifitisusedundersuchcondition. Ifcondensationhasformedonthesurfaceorinsidetheequipment,donotusethevideodisplayasitmayget damaged.Turnthepoweroffandwaituntilthecondensationhasevaporatedbeforeusingthevideodisplay.

7Handling Precautions

Cleaning

Beforecleaning,besuretounplugtheACpowersupplyandDCpowerplugfromthewalloutlet.

Thescreenhasaspecialsurfacetreatment,avoidtouchingitdirectlywithyourhand.Inaddition,neveraffix adhesiveobjectssuchasseals.

Neverusealcoholorbenzene,thinner,acidiccleaningsolution,alkalinecleaningsolution,abrasiveorchemical wipesbecausethesewilldamagethescreen.

Ifthescreenisdirty,wipegentlywithsoftdryclothsuchascleaningclothoreyeglassescleaningcloth.Wipingthe screentoohardmaycauseunevennessonthescreenordamagetheLCDpanel.Thescreenmaybescratchedif wipedtoohardwithacleaningclothwithforeignparticlesattached.

Whenthescreenisextremelydirty,wipewithsoftclothsuchascleaningclothoreyeglassescleaningcloth moistenedwithwater-dilutedneutraldetergent.

Useablowertoremovedustfromthesurfaceofthescreen.

Wipedirtoncabinetwithasoftcloth.Ifthescreenisverydirty,useamoistenedclothwithwaterormilddetergent dilutedwithwater.Donotusealcohol,benzene,paintthinner,orpesticidesastheymaydamagethesurfacefinish orerasecharactersonthecabinet.

Disposing

Donotdisposetogetherwithnormalwaste.Donotincludethevideodisplayinwastethatwillbetakentolandfill.

Observetherulesandregulationsofyourlocalauthoritieswhendisposing.

8 Features

Features VideoDisplayDP-V2410isareferencedisplaysuitableforvideoproductionforbothdigitalcinemaandbroadcasting. ThevideodisplayprovideshighimagequalitymadepossiblebyCanon'simage-makingtechnologyaswellasbuilt- inperformanceandfunctionssuitableforshootingvideo.Thevideodisplayusesa24-inchpanelwith4096x2160 resolution.ItisalsohighlyportablebecauseitiscompactandlightweightandcanbeusedwithaDCpowersupply.

Image quality and functions perfect for shooting video

Equippedwithapanelwith4096x2160resolutionandbacklightsystem.

Highbrightnessisavailablewhenusedinabrightplace.

Highcontrastof2000:1isprovided.

Highuniformityisprovidedbyminimizingthevariationduetotemperaturechangesandaging.

SupportswideDCI-P3colorgamut.

Equippedwithfunctionstoimproveimagequalityperformance.

-Supports"BoostContrast"toincreasethebrightnesswhenusedinabrightplace. -DisplaysITU-RBT.2020colorgamutattheoptimumlevelandsupports"ConstantLuminance". EquippedwiththeHighDynamicRange(HDR)displayfunction.

SupportsACESproxy(ACES1.0).

EquippedwithfunctionstoassistshootingandvideocheckingincludingWaveFormMonitor,VectorScope, ScreenCapture,Zoom,andFalseColor.

SupportsgammaequivalenttoCRTstandardizedbyITU-RBT.1886.

Acolorgradingcontroller(Element-TkmadebyTangentWaveLtd),externalsensor,orUSBmemorycanbe connectedtotheUSBport.

Separately-soldDisplayControllerCL-01canbeconnectedtotheLANterminal.

EquippedwithaHDMIinputterminal.

Use with other Canon equipment

Supports4KRAW.

Establishes4KRAWworkflowonACES.

CanbeusedwithCinemaEOSSystemcameras.

-Equippedwithfunctionstoautomaticallydisplayacamera'sshootinginformationandswitchimagequality modesbyusingmetainformationofthecamera. -Specialgammafor"CanonLog2"thatEOSC300Mark hasisavailable.

ItcandisplaydataonCanoncamerassupportingHDMITimeCodeoutput.

EquippedwiththeFanStopfunctioninterlockedwiththeRECsignalofCanonprofessional-usevideocameras.

Portability

Small,light-weightbodywitha24-inchpanelandweightoflessthan12kg

Highdurabilityachievedbyametaloutercovering

Thehandleonthemainunitisconvenientforinstallationandtransporting.Thehandleandadjustabletwoposition standprovidesflexibleinstallationandhighportability.

SupportsDCpowersupplyinput.

9Nomenclature

Nomenclature Front face of the main unit

2

1 1

3 4 5 6 7 8

9

1 Stand Therearetwomountingpositions. 12

2 Headphoneterminal Connectionforheadphoneset. 48

3 USBport Connectionforanexternalsensorforcalibration( 22),USBmemory,HUB,orcolor gradingcontroller(Element-TkmadebyTangentWaveLtd).

4 CH1to3buttons Changeschannel. 27

5 CDLbutton SwitchesbetweennormalandCDLmode.

6 F1toF8buttons Executethedefinedfunction.YoucanassigndifferentfunctionsonFbuttonsinthe normalandCDLmodesrespectively.

26

7 MENUbutton Opens/closestheOSDmenu,ormovesuponelevelinamenu. 18

Jogdial MovestheselectionframewithintheOSDmenu,changesthesettings(up/down,left/ right,rotation)anddetermines(press)theselection.

18

RESETbutton Resetstheitemstobeadjustedusingthesliderandenteredcharacters. 18

8 (Power)button TurnspowerOn/Off. 17

9 Powerindicator Displaysthestatusofthemainunit.Thebrightnessofthepowerindicatorcanbeset from"Off"or"1(dark)to5(brightest)"( 62).Evenwhenthepowerindicatoris"Off",it willflashduringfirmwareupgrade,orwhenanerrorisdetected. Off:whenACorDCpowersupplyisnotconnected Greenlit:whenanACorDCpowersupplyisconnectedandthepowerofthevideo

displayison Greenflash:duringcalibrationorfirmwareupgrade Amberlit:duringstandby(anACorDCpowersupplyisconnectedandthepowerofthe

videodisplayisoff) Amberflash:whenerrorisdetected

10 Nomenclature

Back face of the main unit

Aq

Aa

As

Ad

AfAg Ah

Aq Carryinghandle Usedtoinstall,connect,orcarrytheunit. 11

Aa HDMIinputterminal UsedtoinputHDMIsignals. 16

As LAN(10/100BASE) terminal

ConnectionforaDisplayControllerCL-01(separatelysold)orotherequipment.

Ad 3G/HD-SDIoutput terminal

Passthroughoutputcorrespondingto3G/HD-SDIinputterminal.

Af 3G/HD-SDIinput terminal

UsedtoinputSDIsignals. 15

Ag DCpowerinput terminal

ConnectionforDCpowersupply. 17

Ah ACpowerinput terminal

ConnectionfortheprovidedACpowersupplycord. 17

CAUTION

WhenconnectinganexternalsensorforcalibrationtotheUSBport,cablelengthmustnotexceed3m.Otherwise, communicationerrormayoccurandcorrectcalibrationmaynotbepossible.

Forsafety,donotconnectanyconnectorthatmayhaveexcessivevoltagetotheterminalofthevideodisplaywhen connectingperipheraldevices.

PassthroughSD-SDIsignalsarenotoutputcorrectly.

Note

BothFAT16andFAT32USBmemorydevicesaresupported.

ProperoperationcannotbeguaranteedforallUSBmemories.

Itmaytake10secondsormorefortheUSBmemorytoberecognized.IfthefunctiontosavedataonaUSBmemoryis executedduringrecognition,themessage"DetectingUSBmemory"isdisplayed.

11Installation/Connection

Installation/Connection How to Carry the Main Unit

Whenliftingthevideodisplay,besuretoholdthecarryinghandleontheback.

CAUTION

Whencarryingthevideodisplay,handleitcarefullynottotouchordamagethescreen.

Procedures to attach the protection panel

Youcanattachtheprotectionpaneltoprotectthescreenwhencarryingthevideodisplayorwhenusingitoutdoors.

1. Unscrew the four screws on the front face. Usea1.5mmhexagonalkey. Donotlosetheremovedscrews.Donotusethesescrewsforotherpurposes.

2. Place the protection panel by aligning its corners with the screw holes. ( 67). Takecarewhenattachingthepanelinordertoavoiddamagingit.

4M3 7mmdeep(Max.)

CAUTION

Avoidtouchingthescreenduringthisstepasitmaydamageit.

12 Installation/Connection

Procedures to attach/detach stands

Thestandcanbeattachedintwodifferentpositions.Thissectiondescribestheproceduretoattach/detachthestand, tochangethestandposition.Italsodescribestheprocedureforinstallingthevideodisplayonarackorawall.

CAUTION

Useaflat,clearsurfacewhenattaching/detachingthestand.

Thedisplaycantipoverifthestandhasnotbeenattached.

Avoidtouchingthescreenduringthisstepasitmaydamageit.

Detaching

1. Place the display with the screen facing down on a soft cloth or cushioning material that is larger than the display.

2. Remove four fixing screws. Donotlosetheremovedscrews.Donotusethesescrewsforotherpurposes.

Attaching

1. Place the display with the screen facing down on a soft cloth or cushioning material that is larger than the display.

2. Align the position of the stand and screw hole on the video display. Alighttheconvexpartofthestandandconcavepartofthevideodisplay.

3. Fix the left and right stands using two fixing screws respectively.

Rear

Screenside

Insidestandmountingpart

Stand

Standmounting screwhole

Mounting screw

Outsidestandmountingpart

Concavepart

Convexpart

Note

Itisrecommendedtomountbothstandsineithertheoutsideorinsidepositions.

13Installation/Connection

Preventing from Tipping

Fixingthevideodisplayusingscrewholesonthestandscanreducetheriskofthemainunittippingoverorfalling.

1. Use screws that fit the screw holes. Thescrewholesizeisshownbelow.

Screwhole 4 4.5

CAUTION

Whensecuringthemainunittoatableordesk,pleaseensureatableordeskisstrongenoughtocarrytheweightofthe mainunit.

Itisrecommendedtoobtainassistancefromanotherpersonwhenperformingthisstep.

Avoidtouchingthescreenduringthisstepasitmaydamageit.

14 Installation/Connection

Mounting the Main Unit on a Stand or Wall

Thismainunitcanbefittedtoastand*ortoawallmountbracket*.Removethestandsbeforehand( 12). ScrewscompatiblewiththismainunitareM4x7mm(VESAStandard100x100mm). *Commerciallyavailable.

CAUTION

Forsafety,makesuretoperformthisstepwithatleasttwopeople.

Whenmountingthemainunitonawall,makesurethewallhassufficientstrength.Ifnecessary,applyreinforcement.Also, makesuretochecktheloadcapacityofthestandorwallmountbracket.

Whenthevideodisplayisplacedonarackordisplaystandandventilationarounditisblockedbyequipmentplaced aboveorbeloworinasurroundingarea,theoperatingtemperaturemayincrease,causingafailureoroverheating.Inorder tomaintaintheoperatingtemperatureconditionofthevideodisplay(0Cto40C),makeaspaceofatleast1U(4.4cm) aboveandbelowandatleast4cmspacefromitsback.Makeasufficientspacefromperipheralequipment,securevents, orinstallaventilationfan.

Wheninstallingthevideodisplayonawall,makesufficientspacefromthewallsothatcablesarenotsqueezedortwisted.

Whenmountingacommerciallyavailablestandorwallmountbracket,besurethattheydonotcontactthecarrying handle.

Avoidtouchingthescreenduringthisstepasitmaydamageit.

Makesurethatthemainunitdoesnotfallduringinstallation/removal.

1. Attach a commercially available stand or wall mount bracket using four screw holes on the back or side face of the main unit ( 67). Thescrewholesizeisshownbelow.

Rear 4M4 7mmdeep(Max.)

2M4 8mmdeep(Max.)

Sameontheotherside

Side

15Installation/Connection

Connecting the Main Unit to Input Devices

Thevideodisplayhas3G/HD-SDIandHDMIinputterminalsthatinputdevicesareconnectedto.

CAUTION

Checkthatthepowerofthevideodisplayandinputdevicesisswitchedoffbeforeconnecting.

To input 4K signals using 3G/HD-SDI input terminal

3G/HD-SDI

3G/HD-SDIhasfourinputswhichcorrespondtoadisplayarea.Thedisplayareaiconslocatedinthe3G/HD-SDI inputterminalareashowwheretheinputvideoisdisplayedonthescreen.Pleaseensuretheseareconnected correctlyasindicatedbytheicons.

Displayareaicon

SDI(IN)terminal

3G-SDIRAW

Toinput3G-SDIRAW,signalswithaframerateof30.00PorsmallercanbeinputusingoneinputinInputA-D. Signalswithaframerateover30.00PrequiretwoinputseitherInputAandInputBorInputCandInputD.

When the frequency is 30.00P or less When the frequency is over 30.00P

InputAandInputB

InputCandInputD

InputA

InputB

InputC

InputD

Reference

TheconnectionischeckedusingCanareCorp.BNCcable(multi)4VS03A-5C.

3G-SDIRAWthroughoutoutputcorrespondstotheterminal.Evenduringfull-screendisplay,whensignalsareinputfrom InputA,connectthecabletotheSDI(OUT)terminalofInputA.

16 Installation/Connection

To input signals from the HDMI input terminal

HDMIinputterminal

CAUTION

UseaHDMIcablewiththeHighSpeedlogothatcomplieswiththeHDMIstandard.Whenanon-compliantHDMIstandard cableisused,thevideodisplaymaynotworknormally,forexampleavideobecomeschoppyornothingisdisplayed.

17Turning on the Power

Turning on the Power This section describes how to turn on the power of the main unit.

Turning on the Power of the Main Unit

1. Plug the provided AC power cord HT-21 to the AC power supply input terminal at the rear. The video display goes into standby and the power indicator lights up in amber.

When using a DC power supply

DC power supply input terminal specifications are shown below. When connected normally, the video display goes into standby and the power indicator lights up in amber. Check the specifications of the DC power supply input terminal and use a power supply that is compatible with the video display. Using a

power supply with incompatible voltage and polarity may cause fire or electric shock.

Pin No. Signal

1 - (GND)

2 + (24 V to 28 V, allowable current 10 A min.)

3 N.C.

2. Press the power supply button at the front. The power indicator lights green.

CAUTION

When using the provided power plug adapter PU-01, be sure to connect the ground terminal to the ground.

Use a 2 m or shorter DC cord that can bear an electric current of at least 10 A. When a cable longer than 2 m is used, the video display may not work normally for example a video becomes choppy and nothing is displayed.

Do not connect cables for audio devices or sound cables to the DC power supply input terminal, as it may cause damage to the display unit.

Note

Warming-up is necessary to stabilize the brightness of the video display. Wait at least 10 minutes after turning on the power before using.

When an AC power supply is connected during the use of a DC power supply, the power source is switched to the AC power supply. When this happens, the power is turned off temporarily and then turned on again.

Refer to the Canon website for detailed information about DC power supplies for which operation has been confirmed.

18 Operating the Video Display

Operating the Video Display Usingbuttonsandjogdialonthevideodisplay,youcanadjustimagequalityandconfiguresettingsforinputsignals.In addition,youcanassignthefrequentlyusedfunctionstotheCHandFbuttons.

Operating the jog dial

Theprocedurestooperatethejogdialaredescribedbelow.

MENUbutton Opens/closestheOSD menu,ormovesupone levelinamenu.

RESETbutton Resetstheitemstobeadjustedusingthesliderand enteredcharacters.

Jogdial Up,down,left,right/rotation:Usedtomovetoadifferentitemand

changesettings. Press:Confirmssettingsormovestheselectionframeup/down1level.

Basic operations to use the OSD menu

ThissectiondescribesbasicoperationstousetheOSDmenu.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

MainMenu TopScreen

SubMenu SettingOptions

19Operating the Video Display

2. Select an item using the jog dial and press it to determine the selection. Theselectionframemovestosubmenu.

3. Select an item using the jog dial and press it to determine the selection. Theselectionframemovestosettingoptions.

4. Select the setting using the jog dial. Settingschangeaccordingtotheoperationofthejogdial.

5. Press the jog dial to determine the selection. Theselectionframereturnstosubmenu.

6. Exit menu. WhenyoupresstheMENUbutton,theselectionframemovesuponemenulevel.Movetheselectionframeallthe waytothemainmenuonthetopscreenandthenpresstheMENUbuttontoexitthemenu.

Note

PresstheRESETbuttontoreturn"Contrast","Brightness","Chroma","Sharpness","Power","Saturation","Offset",and "Slope"tothefactorydefaultduringadjustment.In"User1-7"modewhereyouareperformingcalibration,thesetting returnstothevalueaftercalibrationinsteadofthefactorydefault.

Toadjustimagequality,warming-upisnecessarytostabilizethebrightnessofthevideodisplay.Waitatleast10minutes afterturningonthepowerbeforeusing.

TheOSDmenuandsliderwilldisappearautomaticallyifnooperationisperformedforapproximately1minute.TheF buttonwilldisappearautomaticallyifnooperationisperformedforapproximately10seconds.

Thesettingsthatcannotbeset,aregrayedout.

20 Operating the Video Display

Adjusting Image Quality While Viewing the Entire Image

YoucanadjusttheOSDmenutodisplayasaslideratthebottomofthescreen.Thisallowsfortheimagequalitytobe adjustedwhilstitisdisplayedonthescreen.

1. Press the jog dial when the selection frame is on setting options. Asliderappearsatthebottomofthescreen.

2. Make adjustments using the jog dial with using the slider as guide.

3. When adjustments are completed, press the jog dial. ThescreenreturnstotheoriginalOSDmenu.

Adjusting "Gain R/G/B, Bias R/G/B" under "Color Temperature"

YoucanadjustRGBallatonceorindividuallywhenthesliderforadjusting"GainR/G/B"and"BiasR/G/B"are displayed.

1. Switch the guide in the upper right area of the slider screen using the jog dial ( ). Theindicationchangesto"RGB","R","G",and"B".

2. When adjustments are completed, press the jog dial. ThescreenreturnstotheoriginalOSDmenu.

Adjusting "x, y" under "Color Temperature"

Youcanadjust"x,y"in"ColorTemperature"onthecolormap.

1. Adjust "x" with the and "y" with . Theadjustedvalueisindicatedbythe" "markonthecolormap.

2. When adjustments are completed, press the jog dial. ThescreenreturnstotheoriginalOSDmenu.

Defaultvalue

Lastusedvalue

Currentvalue

Currentvalue

21Operating the Video Display

Temporarily Saving Parameters (Anchor Point Setting)

Youcantemporarilysaveparametersfor"Contrast","Brightness","Chroma",and"Sharpness"andrecoverthevalues. See 39forsettinganchorpointsduringCDLadjustment.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "Adjustment" using the jog dial and press the dial to determine the selection. Theselectionframemovestosubmenu.

3. Select "Anchor Adjustment" using the jog dial and press the dial to determine the selection. Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Theparameterissavedandsetsanchorpoint.

4. Adjust the image quality again and press the RESET button on the video display. PresstheRESETbuttontoreturntoeachsavedanchorpoint.

CurrentvalueLastusedvalue

Anchorpoint

Note

Executing"Reset"under"Adjustment"or"ResetAllSettings"under"SystemSettings"resetssavedanchorpointsandthe settingsreturntotheirfactorydefaultvalues.

Whencalibrationisperformedin"User1-7"under"PictureMode",thevaluesaresavedasanchorpoints.

22 Operating the Video Display

Calibration without a PC ( 40)

When"User1-7"under"PictureMode"isselected,youcanperformcalibrationusinganexternalsensor,withoutusing thecomputer. ThesupportedexternalsensorsareKonikaMinoltaDisplayColorAnalyzersCA-310andCA-210.Besuretoalsoread theinstructionmanualoftheCA-310andCA-210.

1. Connect the display color analyzer to the USB port of the main unit.

2. Open the OSD menu and select "Adjustment" "Detail Settings" "Calibration". Seteachtargetvalue.

3. Press the jog dial and select "Start". Pleasefollowtheinformationindicatedonthescreen.

4. Initialize the sensor. SetthemodedialoftheUniversalMeasuringProbeto"0-CAL". Pressthejogdialofthevideodisplay,select"OK",andexecuteinitialization.

5. Place the universal measuring probe pointing at the center of the video display. Setthemodedialoftheuniversalmeasuringprobeto"MEAS"andplacetheprobeasshownbelowaccordingto thedisplayedcontent.Pressthejogdialofthevideodisplay,select"OK",andexecutecalibration.

KonicaMinoltaUniversalMeasuringProbe CA-310support:CA-PU32,CA-PU35 CA-210support:CA-PU12,CA-PU15

KonicaMinolta DisplayColorAnalyzerCA-310,CA-210

MainUnit

6. Finish calibration. Whenthemessage"Calibrationiscompleted".isdisplayed,pressthejogdialandselect"OK".

Ifthemessage"Calibrationerror."isdisplayed. Calibrationhasbeenterminatedduetoanerror.Themainunitreturnstothestatebeforecalibration.( 83)

Tocancelcalibration Pressthejogdialduringcalibrationandselect"Cancel".Themainunitreturnstothestatebeforecalibration.

23Operating the Video Display

Note

DuetothecharacteristicofLCDpanelandindividualdifferenceofCA-310andCA-210,thecalibrationresultsmaydiffer.

Performmatrixcalibrationofthedisplaycoloranalyzerpriortocalibration.Ifcalibrationisperformedwithoutperforming matrixcalibration,anerrormayoccur.RefertotheCA-310andCA-210instructionmanualforthedetailoperation.

Warming-upisnecessarytostabilizethebrightnessofthevideodisplay.Waitatleast10minutesafterturningonthepower beforecalibration.

Performcalibrationinadarkroomsothatnoexternallightentersthesensor.Ifexternallightentersthesensor,low brightnesscharacteristicscannotbecalibratedcorrectly.

Export/Import

Youcanexport/importLUTandCDLparametersaswellasmainmenusettings.InsertaUSBmemorystickintothe USBportofthemainunit.

LUT Import ( 39)

LUTcanbeimportedexceptwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"PictureMode"or"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"Color Gamut".

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "Adjustment" "Detail Settings" "LUT Import" using the jog dial.

3. Select the file using the jog dial. Inthe"Filename"field,searchanddisplayafilewithextension".clut"intherootfolder.

4. Select the LUT file type using the jog dial. SelectthefiletypeoftheLUTbyusing"Gamma"or"ColorGamut".

5. Select "Select LUT" using the jog dial. SelectsUserLUT1-8.

6. Select the standard color gamut using the jog dial. SelectthecolorgamutusedwhencreatingtheLUT(when"ColorGamut"under"LUTType"isselected).

7. Select "Execute" using the jog dial. Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Importstarts.

Note

TheLUTfileisproprietarytoCanonVideoDisplay.RefertotheCanonwebsiteforthefileformatandhowtocreate.

Upto1000LUTimportfilesarerecognized.

YoucandeletetheimportedLUT.YoucanspecifythenameofLUT( 39).

24 Operating the Video Display

Export/Import Main Menu Settings ( 64)

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "System Settings" "Export/Import".

3. Select "Export" or "Import" using the jog dial.

Exporting -Select"Target"from"USB"or"User1-3". Export"USB"totheUSBmemoryand"User1-3"tothebuilt-inmemoryofthemainunit. -Select"Filename". Factorydefaultis"dinfo_dpv2410.dat".YoucanchangethenameofthefiletobeexportedtotheUSBmemory within16one-bytecharactersincludingalphabeticalcharacters,numbers,andsymbols. -Select"Execute". Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Exportstarts.

Importing -Select"Target"from"USB"or"User1-3". Specifythedestinationtosavethefiletobeimported. -Select"Filename". -In"Settings",select"All"or"MainMenuName". -Select"Execute". Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Importstarts.

Note

Afterexportto"User1-3",youcanselecttheconfigurationsatstartupfrom"User1-3"in"PoweronSetting"in"System Settings( 64).

Exporting/Importing CDL Parameters ( 39)

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "Adjustment" "CDL" "Detail Settings" using the jog dial.

3. Select "CDL Export" or "CDL Import".

Exporting -Select"CDLPreset". -Selectafileformat".ccc"or".cdl" -Select"Execute". Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Exportstarts.

Importing -Select"Filename". -Select"CDLPreset". -Select"Execute". Whentheconfirmationscreenappears,select"OK".Importstarts.

Note

Theexportedfileisautomaticallysavedunderthename"YYYYMMDDhhmmss_Presetname.ccc(cdl)".

Upto1000CDLimportfilesarerecognized.

25Operating the Video Display

Set Date/Time ( 62)

ThissectiondescribeshowtosettheDate/Time.TheDate/Timeofthisvideodisplaywillberesetifthepowercordis notconnectedforabout20days.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "System Settings""Date/Time". AscreentoinputtheDate/Timeappears.

3. Move the selection frame using the jog dial. Numberschangeasyouoperatethejogdial.Repeatuntilyoucompletesettingtheyear,month,date,hour,and minute.

4. Press the jog dial when you are finished. Theselectionframemovesto"OK".

5. Check the content and press the jog dial to confirm the settings.

Reference

Whenselecting"Cancel"orpressingMENUbuttonbeforeselecting"OK",thesettingswillberesetandthepreviousscreen willbedisplayed.

Inputting Characters

Thissectiondescribeshowtoinputthecharacters.Usethisfunctiontospecifyachannelname,adisplayname,or filename.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. The character input screen appears automatically when character input is required. Movetheselectionframetothelocationtoentercharacters usingthejogdial( orrotation).

3. Select characters using the jog dial ( or rotation). Thefollowingcharacterscanbeselected:Press buttonstodisplaythemonebyone.Youcaninputupto16 characters. Alphanumericcharacters:AtoZ,atoz,0to9 Symbols:,.:;`-+/=%&!?#_|$^~@{}[]<>()space Somecharacterscannotbeusedforafilename.Inthiscase,theyareautomaticallyskipped.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until the desired text has been inputted.

5. Press the jog dial when you are finished. Theselectionframemovesto"OK".

6. Check the content and press the jog dial to confirm the settings.

Reference

Whenselecting"Cancel"orpressingMENUbuttonbeforeselecting"OK",thesettingswillberesetandthepreviousscreen willbedisplayed.

Toerasethecharacterintheselectionframe,presstheRESETbuttonofthevideodisplay.

26 Operating the Video Display

Using the Function (F) Buttons

YoucanassignfunctionstotheFbuttonsonthevideodisplaytoexecutetheminstantly.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "System Settings" "Function/Channel Button" "Display Function" or "Display Function (CDL)" and press the jog dial to determine the selection. AnewwindowopensanddisplaysbuttonnamesF1toF8.

3. Select the name of the button using the jog dial and press the jog dial to determine the selection. TheselectionframemovestonextOSDmenulevel.

4. Select the function to assign using the jog dial. See"DisplayFunction"or"DisplayFunction(CDL)"( 61)fortheavailablefunctions.

5. Press the jog dial to determine the selection. Thesettingisconfirmed.

Reference

Select"FunctionSettings""VariousFunction"andset"FunctionGuide"to"On".Then,youcancheckthelistoffunctions assignedtoFbuttonsonthevideodisplaybypressingthejogdialwhileOSDisnotdisplayed( 58).

27Operating the Video Display

Using the Channel (CH) Button

Youcanassignchannels(varioussettingsrelatedtoinputsignal)totheCHbuttonsonthevideodisplayandswitch channelsinstantly.

1. Press the MENU button to open the OSD menu.

2. Select "System Settings" "Function/Channel Button" "Display Channel" and press the jog dial to determine the selection. AnewwindowopensanddisplaysbuttonnamesCH1toCH3.

3. Select the name of the button using the jog dial and press the jog dial to determine the selection. TheselectionframemovestonextOSDmenulevel.

4. Select the channel to assign using the jog dial. See"ChannelSettings"( 43)fortheconfigurablesettings.

5. Press the jog dial to determine the selection. Thesettingisconfirmed.

Thefollowingcontentisassignedtochannelbuttonsonthevideodisplaybyfactorydefault.

CH CH1 CH2 CH3

InputConfiguration 3G/HD-SDI HDMI 3G-SDIRAW

SelectInputSignal Automatic Automatic Automatic

Format Automatic Automatic Automatic

InternalSync Off Off Off

ChannelName (Blank) (Blank) (Blank)

PictureMode ITU-RBT.709 ITU-RBT.709 CanonLog

ColorRange Automatic Automatic Automatic

Checking Signal Information and Status of the Main Unit

Thevideodisplayisequippedwithabannerfunctionwhichdisplayssignalinformationorthestatusofthemainunit.

1. Press the jog dial when the OSD menu is closed. Thechannelname,signalinformation,andstatusofthemainunitwillbedisplayedinthebanner.Itwillautomatically disappearafter6seconds.

Note

Formoredetailedsignalinformation,pleaserefertothesectionon"SignalInformation"( 65).

The"Detectingsync."bannerwillcontinuetoappearuntiltheinputsignalissynchronized.

28 OSD Menu

OSD Menu OSD Menu Index Adjustment( 34)

PictureMode

Contrast

Brightness

Chroma

Sharpness

BacklightControl

ColorTemperature

ColorGamut

Gamma

HDRRange

IDT

ODT

ODTSurround

ColorRange

CDL

CDLPreset

Power

Saturation

Offset

Slope

CDLBypass

DetailSettings

CDLExport

CDLImport

CDLPresetName

AnchorCDL

ResetCDL

DetailSettings

BoostContrast

LUTImport

LUTName

LUTDelete

2020ConstantLuminance

2020GamutMapping

Calibration

CopyPictureMode

PictureModeName

AnchorAdjustment

Reset

29OSD Menu

ChannelSettings( 43)

SelectChannel

InputConfiguration

SelectInputSignal

Format

InternalSync

ChannelName

PictureMode

ColorRange

DisplaySettings( 45)

ScreenScaling

Zoom

ScalingMethod

FrameHold

BackgroundColor

I/PsF

I/PConversion

PsF

FilmCadence

AudioSettings( 48)

SDIGroup

CHL/R(SDI)

CHL/R(HDMI)

Volume

AudioSwitch

SelectInput

30 OSD Menu

MarkerSettings( 49)

MarkerPreset

AspectMarker

Enable

Mask

AspectRatio

Line

LineWidth

LineColor

LineBrightness

HPosition

VPosition

SafetyZoneMarker1,2

Enable

AspectRatio

AreaSize

Rate(%)

Width(dot)

Height(dot)

Shape

LineWidth

LineColor

LineBrightness

HPosition

VPosition

AreaMarker

Enable

HPosition

VPosition

Width(dot)

Height(dot)

Mask

Line

LineWidth

LineColor

LineBrightness

CenterMarker

Enable

Size

LineWidth

LineColor

LineBrightness

31OSD Menu

GridMarker

Enable

Distance

LineWidth

LineColor

LineBrightness

FunctionSettings( 54)

Peaking

Enable(Peaking1/Peaking2/Off)

Monochrome

Frequency

Range

Color

FalseColor

ScreenCapture

Capture

FrameHold

CaptureSource

PlaybackFile

FinishPlaybackFile

TimeCode

Enable

Type

Size

Position

WaveFormMonitor

Enable

SelectSignal

DisplayType

SelectLine

Position

Guide

StandardLevelHigh

StandardLevelLow

Color

VectorScope

Enable

Target

Position

32 OSD Menu

AudioLevelMeter

Enable

ChannelNumber(SDI)

ChannelNumber(HDMI)

PeakHold

StandardLevel

TestPattern

VariousFunction

Monochrome,BlueOnly,RedOff,GreenOff,BlueOff,Banner,FunctionGuide,OSD Position,OSDSize,BacklightScan

CameraLink

Adjustment

ColorGamut/Gamma

ColorTemperature

ColorRange

DisplayColorGamut

Fan

CameraInformation

SystemSettings( 60)

Network

Language

Function/ChannelButton

DisplayFunction

DisplayFunction(CDL)

DisplayChannel

DisplayName

Date/Time

PowerIndicatorBrightness

DisplayButtonLED

CompatibleSettings

FirmwareUpdate

ProtectSettings

Password

ProtectTarget

Protect

FanSettings

FanControl

FanStop

Export/Import

Export

Import

PoweronSetting

ResetAllSettings

33OSD Menu

SignalInformation( 65)

Channel

InputConfiguration

SelectInputSignal

Format

Resolution

PictureRate,I/P/PsF

SDIPayloadID

VideoStandard

SamplingStructure

BitDepth

PictureRate

ScanningMethod

LinkNumber

PixelEncoding

ColorDepth

Matrix

RGBRange

SystemInformation( 65)

DisplayModelName

DisplaySerialNo.

DisplayFirmwareVer.

DisplayUsageTime

DisplayIPAddress

DisplaySubnetMask

DisplayMACAddress

34 OSD Menu

Adjustment

ThismenuisusedtoadjusttheimagequalityandperformcalibrationwithoutaPC.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

PictureMode

Selectapresetmode.See 41,42foreachsetting. SMPTE-C,EBU,ITU-R BT.709,ITU-R BT.2020,Adobe RGB,DCI-P3:Modesettothe brightness,colortemperature,gamma,andcolorgamutofthethreeprimarycolorschromaticity pointsofeachstandard. User 1-7:Custommodes.Seteachitemof"Adjustment".Youcanchangethemodenamewithin 16one-bytecharactersincludingalphabeticalcharacters,numbers,andsymbols. Canon Log:CanonLogisidealwhenviewingimagecapturedwithCINEMAEOSSYSTEMcamera/ videocamera.PerformslinearconversionanddisplaysCanonLogvideowithouthavingtoimport ViewingLUT. ACESproxy:AmodetodisplayACESproxy(ACES1.0)videosinoptimumgammaandcolorgamut.

Contrast Adjuststhewhiteleveloftheimage.(Incrementsof1)When"BoostContrast"is"On","Contrast [BOOST]"isdisplayed. 0to1500 When"BoostContrast"in"DetailSettings"issetto"On",thesettablerangeisshownbelow. 1500to4000

Brightness Adjuststheblackleveloftheimage.(Incrementsof1) -500to500

Chroma Adjuststhecolorsaturationoftheimage(colordepth).(Incrementsof1) 0to2000

Sharpness Adjuststhesharpnessoftheimage.(Incrementsof1) 0to100

Backlight Control

Switchesthebacklightcontrolmethod. Local Dimming (High, Low):Localdimmingisatechnologytocontroltheamountoflightemitted bythebacklightforeacharea.Thebacklightofbrightareaisincreasedandthedarkareais decreasedaccordingtothedisplayedcontent. Global Dimming:Globaldimmingistheabilitytocontroltheamountoflightemittedbythe backlightontheentirescreen.Iftheimageisdark,thewholedisplayisdarken. Off:Nobacklightdimming.

Note

When"GlobalDimming"isselected,thecontrastmaychangetemporarilyinordertomaintain gradationdependingontheimage.Ifthisisundesirable,turnit"Off"andseeifitimproves.

When"BoostContrast"issetto"On","BacklightControl"turnsto"Off".

35OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ColorTemperature Setsthecolortemperature. D93, D65, D61, D60, D56, D50, DCI-P3:Selectfrompresetcolortemperatures. Gain R/G/B, Bias R/G/B:Canbeadjustedinincrementsof1whenapresetcolortemperatureis selected. Gain R/G/B: 0to1023 (in increments of 1) Bias R/G/B: -500to500 (in increments of 1) Custom (xy):YoucanadjustCIEx,yinincrementsof0.001. x: 0.260to0.360 (in 0.001 increments) y: 0.260to0.360 (in 0.001 increments)

Note

"Custom(xy)"and"GainR/G/B"or"BiasR/G/B"cannotbeselectedatthesametime.

If"Custom(xy)"aremodifiedafteradjusting"GainR/G/B"or"BiasR/G/B"thenboththese valueswillreturntofactorydefault.

When"GainR/G/B"or"BiasR/G/B"valueisadjusted,anasterisk"*"isdisplayedbycolor temperaturepresetmode.

Thedisplayedcolorcoordinates(x,y)arejustaguideandnotguaranteedabsolutevalues.

ColorGamut Colorgamutcanbeselectedwhen"User1-7"or"CanonLog"isselectedfor"PictureMode". SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3:Colorgamutcompliantto eachstandard. Native:Colorgamutthatcanbedisplayedbythisvideodisplay. Cinema Gamut to 709, Cinema Gamut to 2020, Cinema Gamut to DCI, DCI-P3+ to 709, DCI-P3+ to DCI, DCI-P3 to 709, ITU-R BT.2020 to 709:Modeswherethecolorgamutis convertedtomonitorCinemaGamut,DCI-P3+,BT.2020,andDCI-P3videosrecordedbythe CINEMAEOSSYSTEMEOSC500/C500PLandC300MarkII ACESproxy:DisplaysthecolorgamutofACESproxy. User LUT 1-8:SetsbyloadinganexternalLUT.

Note

ForcheckingthevideocapturedwithCinemaEOSSystem,pleaserefertothe"Parameterof CinemaEOSSystemandDP-V2410( 58)"in"Adjustment".

When"ITU-RBT.2020","CinemaGamutto709","CinemaGamutto2020","CinemaGamut toDCI","DCI-P3+to709","DCI-P3+toDCI","DCI-P3to709",or"ITU-RBT.2020to709"is selected,theDP-V2410displaysimagesafterconvertingthecolorgamutasshownbelow. Dataoutsideofthecolorgamutafterconversionisalsodisplayedattheoptimumlevel.

Inputvideocolorgamut Colorgamutafterconversion ontheDP-V2410

ITU-RBT.2020 Native

CinemaGamutto709 ITU-RBT.709

CinemaGamutto2020 Native

CinemaGamuttoDCI DCI-P3

DCI-P3+to709 ITU-RBT.709

DCI-P3+toDCI DCI-P3

DCI-P3to709 ITU-RBT.709

ITU-RBT.2020to709 ITU-RBT.709

36 OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Gamma Sets the Gamma. 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log 2: Select the preset gamma. Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084: Select the gamma for HDR display. User LUT 1-8: When "User 1-7" or "Canon Log" is selected for "Picture Mode", load an external LUT and configure.

The relationship between "Color Gamut" and "Gamma" that can be selected is shown below. When "Color Gamut" is changed, gamma is changed to the underlined value (default value) only when current gamma value is not selectable.

Picture Mode Color Gamut Selectable Gamma

SMPTE-C Cannot be selected 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

EBU 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020

2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

DCI-P3 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

Adobe RGB 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, User LUT 1- 8

Canon Log, User 1-7

SMPTE-C 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

EBU 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020

2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

Adobe RGB 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, User LUT 1- 8

DCI-P3 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

Native 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1- 8

Cinema Gamut to 709, Cinema Gamut to DCI

Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR)

Cinema Gamut to 2020 Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR)

DCI-P3 to 709, ITU-R BT.2020 to 709

Canon Log 2

DCI-P3+ to 709, DCI-P3+ to DCI

Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR)

User LUT 1-8 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, User LUT 1- 8

Note

For checking the captured video with Cinema EOS System, please refer to the "Parameter of Cinema EOS System and DP-V2410 ( 58)" in "Adjustment".

37OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

HDRRange Settingisenabledwhen"CanonLog(HDR)","CanonLog2(HDR)",or"SMPTEST2084"isselected for"Gamma". Canon Log (HDR):Setsthedynamicrangetobedisplayedfrom0to800%that"CanonLog"has.

100 to 800%(in100increments) Canon Log 2 (HDR):Setsthedynamicrangetobedisplayedfrom0to1600%that"CanonLog2"

has.100 to 1600%(in100increments) SMPTE ST 2084:Setsthedynamicrangetobedisplayedfrom0.005to10,000nitthat"SMPTEST

2084"has. 100 to 4000 (2000) nit(in100increments)

Settingprocedures TheproceduresbelowuseCanonLog(HDR)asanexample. Whenthemaximumvalue(800%)isspecified,the800%dynamicrangeofCanonLogisassigned tothedynamicrangeofthevideodisplay.Althoughthebrightnessinappearancelowers,youcan checkthedynamicrangeincludedinvideosignals.When400%isspecified,partexceeding400% isclipped(gradationissaturated)andpartupto400%isassignedtothedynamicrangeofthevideo display. ThisisthesameforCanonLog2(HDR). "SMPTEST2084"hasthedynamicrangeof0.005to10,000nit.Therefore,whenthemaximum value(4000nit)isspecified,partexceeding4000nitisclippedandpartupto4000nitisassigned tothedynamicrangeofthevideodisplay.Althoughthebrightnessinappearancelowers,youcan checkthedynamicrangeupto4000nit.When1000nitisspecified,partexceeding1000nitis clippedandpartupto1000nitisassignedtothedynamicrangeofthevideodisplay. ThebrightnessofthevideodisplaycorrespondstothevaluesetforContrast.

800%

400%

800%

400% 400%

Canon Log 800% signal

(Contrast: 4000)

CanonLog(HDR):Setto800 CanonLog(HDR):Setto400

CanonLog range

CanonLog range

DP-V2410 range

DP-V2410 range

Gradationisreproducedbyassigning therangetotherangeoftheDP-V2410 (whichlowersthebrightness).

Clip(Saturates gradation.)

Brightness value corresponding tothecontrast setting

IDT SetswhetherornottoapplyIDT(InputDeviceTransform)to"3G-SDIRAW"signals( 43)when "PictureMode"issetto"CanonLog"and"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"ColorGamut"orwhen "ACESproxy"isselectedfor"PictureMode". Automatic:Appliedautomatically. Off:Notapplied.

ODT ThisisdisplayedinsteadofGammaandColorGamutwhen"PictureMode"issetto"CanonLog" and"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"ColorGamut"orwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"Picture Mode". ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, DCI-P3:ACESproxyisconvertedintorespectivemode.

38 OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ODTSurround Thisisdisplayedinsteadof"Gamma"and"ColorGamut"when"PictureMode"issetto"Canon Log"and"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"ColorGamut"orwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"Picture Mode". Dim Surround:EnablesDimSurroundprocessspecifiedbyACESproxy(ACES1.0). Dark Surround:EnablesDarkSurroundspecifiedbyACESproxy(ACES1.0).

ColorRange SetsthequantizationrangeforSDIandHDMIrespectively. Automatic:Setstherangebasedonsignalinformationautomatically. Full (0-255):SetstoBlacklevel:0;Whitelevel:1023(10-bit)/4095(12-bit). Limited 1 (16-235):Limitstheblackandwhiterange.

Blacklevel:64(10-bit)/256(12-bit) Whitelevel:940(10-bit)/3760(12-bit)

Limited 2 (16-255):Limitstheblackrange. Blacklevel:64(10-bit)/256(12-bit) Whitelevel:1023(10-bit)/4095(12-bit)

Note

Settingisdisabledwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"PictureMode"or"ACESproxy"is selectedfor"ColorGamut".

Operationswhen"Automatic"isselectedaredescribedbelow. - WhenHDMIisselected,"Full(0-255)"or"Limited1(16-235)"issetautomaticallydepending onHDMIsignalinformation.

- When"DCI-P3"isselectedfor"PictureMode",or"DCI-P3","CinemaGamuttoDCI"or "DCI-P3+toDCI"isselectedfor"ColorGamut","Full(0-255)"isset.

- When"CanonLog"or"CanonLog2"isselectedfor"Gamma","Limited2(16-255)"isset. - "Limited1(16-235)"issetintheothercases.

39OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

CDL ConfiguressettingsforCDL.CDLfilescreatedonCanonVideoDisplayDP-V3010canalsobeused becausethefiletypeisthesame.

CDLPreset SetsCDLpreset.ImportedLUTcanalsobesetaspreset. CDL 1-15, User LUT

CAUTION

When"UserLUT"isselected,all"CDL"items,"Chroma",and"BlueOnly"cannotbechanged.

Power Adjuststhegamma(in0.01increments). 0.50 to 4.00 (1.00)

Saturation Adjuststhecolorsaturationoftheimage(in0.001increments). 0.000 to 2.000 (1.000)

Offset Adjuststheblacklevel(in0.001increments). -1.000 to 1.000 (0.000)

Slope Adjuststhewhitelevel(in0.001increments). 0.000 to 2.000 (1.000)

CDLBypass When"CDLBypass"issetto"On",youcantemporarilydisabletheCDLadjustmentresultand returntotheimagequalitybeforeadjustment.Whentheimagequalityhasreturnedtothestate beforeadjustment,youcannotadjustPower,Saturation,Offset,orSlope. On, Off

DetailSettings CDL Export:ExportsCDLparameters. CDL Preset: CDL 1 - CDL 15, All File Type: CCC, CDL Execute CDL Import:ImportsCDLparameters. Filename:Selectafilename. CDL Preset: CDL 1 - CDL 15 Execute CDL Preset Name:Youcanspecifythenameofpresetmodewithin16one-bytecharacters includingalphabeticalcharacters,numbers,andsymbols.

AnchorCDL Youcantemporarilysaveparametersfor"Power","Saturation","Offset",and"Slope"andrecover thevalues.(anchorpointsetting).

ResetCDL ResetsCDLparameters.

DetailSettings SetsdetailsforPictureMode.

Boost Contrast

Youcanincreasethebrightness. On:1500to4000 Off:0to1500

LUTImport LUTcanbeimportedexceptwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"PictureMode"or"ACESproxy"is selectedfor"ColorGamut". Filename:Selectafilename. LUT Type (Gamma, Color Gamut):SelecttheLUTtype. Select LUT:SelectsUserLUT1-8. Base Color Gamut(SMPTE-C,EBU,ITU-RBT.709,AdobeRGB,DCI-P3,Native):Selectsthecolor gamutusedwhencreatingtheLUT(when"ColorGamut"under"LUTType"isselected). Execute:Performsimport.

LUTName YoucanspecifythenameofLUTwithinone-byte24charactersincludingalphabeticalcharacters, numbers,andsymbols. LUT Type (Gamma, Color Gamut):SelecttheLUTtype. Select LUT:SelectsUserLUT1-8. Input Name:InputtheLUTname.

40 OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

LUTDelete DeletesimportedLUT. LUT Type (Gamma, Color Gamut):SelecttheLUTtype. Select LUT:SelectsUserLUT1-8. Delete:DeletesLUT.

2020Constant Luminance

Setsthecolormatrixconversionmethodtobeusedwhen"ITU-RBT.2020"isselectedfor"Picture Mode". Constant Luminance:YUVsignalsarelinearlyconvertedandthenconvertedintoRGBsignals. Non-constant Luminance:YUVsignalsareconvertedintoRGBsignalswithoutchanginggamma 0.45.

Note

SD-SDIisfixedto"Non-constantLuminance".

2020Gamut Mapping

Setthisitemwhen"ITU-RBT.2020"isselectedfor"PictureMode"orwhen"User1-7"or"Canon Log"isselectedfor"PictureMode"andalso"ITU-RBT.2020"isselectedfor"ColorGamut". Gamut Mapping:MappingisperformedoncolorsoutsidethenativecolorgamutbyCanon's

uniquemethod. Clipping:Colorsoutsidethenativecolorgamutareclippedbyageneralmethod.

Calibration Performscalibrationbasedonsettargetvalueswhen"User1-7"isselectedfor"PictureMode". Luminance:Setsthetargetluminance. 48 to 150 (100) cd/m2

Color Temperature:Setsthetargetcolortemperature. D93, D65, D61, D60, D56, D50, DCI-P3:Selectfrompresetcolortemperatures. Custom (xy):YoucanadjustCIEx,yinincrementsof0.001. x: 0.260 to 0.360 (0.313)/y: 0.260 to 0.360 (0.329) Color Gamut:Setsthecolorgamut. SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3 Gamma:Setsthetargetgamma. 2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886 Start:Performescalibration.

Note

When"Luminance"issettohighbrightness,itmaybecalibratedbeyondthebrightness adjustmentrangeandsetlowerthanthetargetvaluedependingonthe"ColorTemperature" setting.Inthatcase,setthe"Luminance"again.

Copy PictureMode

When"User1-7"isselectedfor"PictureMode",thecontentoftheselectedpicturemodeiscopied. Thefollowingmodescanbeselected: Picture Mode:SMPTE-C,EBU,ITU-RBT.709,ITU-RBT.2020,AdobeRGB,DCI-P3,User1-7(other thanthecurrentlysetparameter) Execute:Performscopy.

Picture ModeName

Youcanchangethenameof"User1-7"within16charactersincludingalphabeticalcharacters, numbers,andsymbols.

AnchorAdjustment Temporarilysavesparametersforadjusting"Contrast","Brightness","Chroma",and"Sharpness" andrecoverthevalues(anchorpointsetting). OK:Performsanchorpointsetting. Cancel:Returnstothepreviousscreenwithoutsettinganchorpoint.

Reset Return"PictureMode"tofactorydefault.Notethatin"User1-7"modewhereyouareperforming calibration,thesettingreturnstothevalueaftercalibrationinsteadofthefactorydefault. Whenselected,themessage"ResetAdjustmentsettingstodefaults?"appears. OK:Performsreset. Cancel:Returnstothepreviousscreenwithoutresetting.

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Thefactorydefaultsettingsforeach"PictureMode"isasfollows:

Item SMPTE-C EBU ITU-R

BT. 709 ITU-R

BT.2020 Adobe RGB

Contrast 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

Brightness 0 0 0 0 0

Chroma 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

Sharpness 0 0 0 0 0

LocalDimming High High High High High

Color Temperature

Preset D65 D65 D65 D65 D65

x 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313 0.313

y 0.329 0.329 0.329 0.329 0.329

GainR/G/B 1023 1023 1023 1023 1023

BiasR/G/B 0 0 0 0 0

Gamma 2.2 2.35 2.2 2.2 2.2

ColorGamut SMPTE-C EBU ITU-RBT.709 ITU-RBT.2020 AdobeRGB

ColorRange Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic

IDT

ODT

ODTSurround

CDLPreset CDL1 CDL2 CDL3 CDL4 CDL5

BoostContrast Off Off Off Off Off

2020ConstantLuminance Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

2020GamutMapping Mapping Mapping Mapping Mapping Mapping

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Item DCI-P3 User 1-7

Canon Log ACESproxy

Contrast 480 1000 1000 480

Brightness 0 0 0 0

Chroma 1000 1000 1000 1000

Sharpness 0 0 0 0

LocalDimming High High High High

Color Temperature

Preset DCI-P3 D65 D65 D60

x 0.314 0.313 0.313 0.322

y 0.351 0.329 0.329 0.338

GainR/G/B 1023 1023 1023 1023

BiasR/G/B 0 0 0 0

Gamma 2.6 2.2 CanonLog

ColorGamut DCI-P3 ITU-RBT.709 ITU-RBT.709 ACESproxy

ColorRange Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic

IDT Automatic Automatic

ODT DCI-P3 DCI-P3

ODTSurround DarkSurround DarkSurround

CDLPreset CDL6 CDL7-13 CDL14 CDL15

BoostContrast Off Off Off Off

2020ConstantLuminance Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

Non-constant Luminance

2020GamutMapping Mapping Mapping Mapping Mapping

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Channel Settings

Thismenuisusedforinputrelatedsettings.Selectthe"SelectChannel"andchooseachannelnumberfromCH1to CH30.Finallydefinetheparameterofeachofthe"ChannelSettings".

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

SelectChannel Displaythechannelnumber.Inaddition,youcanassigneachcontentof"ChannelSettings"toeach channel( 44). CH1toCH30

Note

Itmaytake10secondswhenswitchingchannels.

InputConfiguration Selecttheinput.Factorydefaultdependonthechannel( 44). 3G/HD-SDI, 3G-SDI RAW, SD-SDI, HDMI, (Not set)

SelectInputSignal Setsthesignaldisplaymethod( 15). Automatic:"4KInput"and"SingleInput/DualInput"areautomaticallydetermined. 4K Input:Displaysthesignaltransmittedoverfourinputs.

Single Input/Dual Input:Displaysthesignalofasingleinput(SingleInputA-D)ordualinput(Dual InputA,BorC,D)ontothecenterofthescreen.

Note

ForHDMI,thesettingisfixedto"Automatic".

ForSD-SDI,only"SingleInputA-D"canbeselected.

For"DualInput",only"3G-SDIRAW"canbeselected.

Format Setsthecolorformatandgradation.

SDISignal

Automatic, 4:2:2 YCbCr 10-bit, 4:2:2 YCbCr 12-bit, 4:4:4 YCbCr 10-bit, 4:4:4 YCbCr 12-bit, 4:4:4 RGB 10-bit, 4:4:4 RGB 12-bit, 4:4:4 XYZ 10-bit, 4:4:4 XYZ 12-bit

HDMISignal

Automatic, 4:4:4 XYZ 12/10-bit

Note

HD/SD-SDIisfixedto"4:2:2YCbCr10-bit".

For"3G-SDIRAW",thesettingisfixedto"Automatic".

Ifsetto"Automatic"whenreceiving3G-SDI,allsignalswithoutapayloadformatwillbe renderedin"4:4:4RGB10-bit".Inaddition,ifthereisonePayloadormoreofthefourinputs, theyarerenderedinaPayloadthatisselectedintheorderofpriorityABCDinthe displayarea.

Touse4:4:4XYZ10-bitforSDIsignals,select"4:4:4XYZ10-bit".Then,signalswillbe processedassignalswhereXYZdataisincludedinRGBdataoutputin4:4:4RGB10-bit format.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

InternalSync Synchronizesfourinputsfor"4KInput". On:Forcesynchronization. Off:Donotforcesynchronization.

ChannelName Setsthenameoftheselectedchannel.Youcaninputupto16alphanumericcharacters.

PictureMode Setsthe"PictureMode".

ColorRange SetsthequantizationrangeforSDIandHDMIrespectively. Automatic:Setstherangebasedonsignalinformationautomatically. Full (0-255):SetstoBlacklevel:0;Whitelevel:1023(10-bit)/4095(12-bit). Limited 1 (16-235):Limitstheblackandwhiterange.

Blacklevel:64(10-bit)/256(12-bit) Whitelevel:940(10-bit)/3760(12-bit)

Limited 2 (16-255):Limitstheblackrange. Blacklevel:64(10-bit)/256(12-bit) Whitelevel:1023(10-bit)/4095(12-bit)

Note

Settingisdisabledwhen"ACESproxy"isselectedfor"PictureMode"or"ACESproxy"is selectedfor"ColorGamut".

Operationswhen"Automatic"isselectedaredescribedbelow. - WhenHDMIisselected,"Full(0-255)"or"Limited1(16-235)"issetautomaticallydepending onHDMIsignalinformation.

- When"DCI-P3"isselectedfor"PictureMode",or"DCI-P3","CinemaGamuttoDCI"or "DCI-P3+toDCI"isselectedfor"ColorGamut","Full(0-255)"isset.

- When"CanonLog"or"CanonLog2"isselectedfor"Gamma","Limited2(16-255)"isset. - "Limited1(16-235)"issetintheothercases.

Thefactorydefaultsettingsforeachchannelisshowninthefollowingtable.

CH CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 to CH30

InputConfiguration 3G/HD-SDI HDMI 3G-SDIRAW

SelectInputSignal Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic

Format Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic

InternalSync Off Off Off Off

ChannelName (Blank) (Blank) (Blank) (Blank)

PictureMode ITU-RBT.709 ITU-RBT.709 CanonLog ITU-RBT.709

ColorRange Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic

:notset

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Display Settings

Thismenuisusedtoconfigurethedisplaymethod.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ScreenScaling Defineshowthevideoisscaledanddisplayedonthescreen. Native Input Resolution:Displaystheinputsignalwithoutscaling.

1920x1080(original)

200%:Doublestheverticalandhorizontaldimensions.

1920x10803840x2160

Automatic:Enlargestofullscreen.

1920x10803840x2160

Note

When"Peaking"or"FalseColor"is"On",themagnificationisupto200%,evenif"Automatic" isselected.

Zoom Whentheresolutionis4096x2160or3840x2160,theenlargedimageisdisplayedatthecenterof thescreenoratthepositionselectedscreenofa4-screenlayout. Center, Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right, Off

Center

RightTopLeftTop

LeftBottom RightBottom

Note

WhenHDMIisselected,only"Center"and"Off"canbeselected.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ScalingMethod Setstheinterpolationmethodwhen"ScreenScaling"issetto"200%"or"Automatic". Shape Trace:Canonoriginalprocessingthatproducessmoothslopeswithreducedjaggedlines.

Bicubic:Generalinterpolationprocessthatusesneighboringpixelinformationtocreateinterpolatedpixels.

Nearest Neighbor:Processthatusesnearestneighborpixelinformationtocreate(copy)new pixels.Thisisusefulasitenlargestheoriginalpixels,thusmakinganyjaggedlinesvisible.

FrameHold Pausesthevideo. On, Off

Note

Settingisdisabledwhen"Peaking"issetto"On"or"FalseColor"issetto"On".

BackgroundColor Setsthecoloroftheblackbandtochecktheboundaryoftheblackbandandvideoimage. White, Gray, Off

I/PsF DefineshowtheinterlacesignalorPsFsignalisdisplayed. Automatic:Automaticallydeterminedbasedonpayloadanddisplayed.Ifthereisnopayload,the signalisdisplayedasaninterlacesignal. Interlace:Displayedasaninterlacesignal. PsF:DisplayedasaPsFsignal.

I/PConversion SetstheinterlacedsignalI/Pconversionmethod. Image Priority:Thismodegivesprioritytoimagequality.Processingtimewillbelongerthan"Speed Priority". Speed Priority:Thismodegivesprioritytospeed.

PsF DefineshowthePsFsignalisdisplayed. Progressive:Interpolatesgivingpreferencetoimagequalitybydetectingpairedfields. Interlace:Interpolatesusingtwoadjacentfieldsgivingprioritytospeed.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

FilmCadence Setsthefilmcadencemode( 82). 2-2:Displaysprogressiveimageafterconversionfor2-2pulldownprocessedinterlacedsignalinput. 2-3:Displaysprogressiveimageafterconversionfor2-3pulldownprocessedinterlacedsignalinput. 2-3-3-2:Displaysprogressiveimageafterconversionfor2-3-3-2pulldownprocessedinterlaced signalinput. Off:Doesnotperformfilmcadencemodeprogressiveconversion.

Note

Thiscanbesetonlywhen"I/PConversion"issetto"ImagePriority".

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Audio Settings

Thismenuisusedtosetaudiooutputfromtheheadphoneterminal.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

AudioSettings Setstheheadphoneterminalaudio.

SDIGroup SwitchestheaudiogrouptobeinputduringSDIaudioinput. CH1-CH8, CH9-CH16

CHL/R(SDI) Setstheaudiotobeoutputfromthetwochannels(L/R)oftheheadphonerespectively.Theoptions differaccordingtothe"SDIGroup"setting. When"CH1-CH8"isselectedfor"SDIGroup":CH1-CH8 When"CH9-CH16"isselectedfor"SDIGroup":CH9-CH16

CHL/R(HDMI) Setstheaudiotobeoutputfromthetwochannels(L/R)oftheheadphonerespectively. CH1-CH8

Volume Setsthevolume. 0 to 100 (30)

AudioSwitch Setsthestereooutput. L R, L, R, MIX (L+R)

SelectInput Setstheaudioterminaltobeusedwhen"4KInput"isselected. Single Input A-D (Input A)

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Marker Settings

Thismenuisusedtoconfigurevariousmarkers.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

MarkerPreset Customizesmarkerswhichareassignedtomarkers1to5. Marker 1to5, Off

AspectMarker "AspectMarker"displaysarangeinaccordancewiththespecifiedaspectratio.

Note

"AspectMarker"isnotdisplayedinthefollowingcases:

Whenthereisnosignal,unsupportedsignal,orachannelwith"InputConfiguration"notsetis selected

Whenanenlargedimageisdisplayed

Duringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture"

Whena"TestPattern"isdisplayed

Enable SwitchestheaspectmarkerOn,Off. On,Off

Mask Switchesthemaskcolor.Maskistheblankingareaoutsidetherangeofthemarker. Black:

Half (50% gray):

Off:Turnsmaskoff.

AspectRatio Setstheaspectratiooftheaspectmarker. 16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3, 2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.896:1, 1.85:1, 1.66:1, Variable Theaspectratiocanbeenteredasanumericvaluewhenyouselect"Variable"(0.01:1increments).The grayedoutsliderbecomesactiveandcanbeusedtosettheaspectratio. 1.00:1to3.00:1(1.78:1)

Line Activewhen"Black"or"Half"isselectedfor"Mask".SwitcheslinesonmaskOn,Off. On, Off

LineWidth Setsthethicknessoftheaspectmarkerline. Thick, Normal, Thin

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

LineColor Setsthecoloroftheaspectmarkerline. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

Line Brightness

Setsthebrightnessoftheaspectmarkerline. High, Low

HPosition Changeshorizontalpositionwithoutchangingtheaspect. -65to65 (0)

VPosition Changesverticalpositionwithoutchangingtheaspect. -35to35 (0)

SafetyZoneMarker1,2 Therearetwotypesof"SafetyZoneMarker":1and2,whichsharethesamesettings.Asafetyzone markerisusedtosetthesafezoneoftheimage(actualdisplayedarea)tochecktheimage.

Note

"SafetyZoneMarker"isnotdisplayedinthefollowingcases:

Whenthereisnosignal,unsupportedsignal,orachannelwith"InputConfiguration"notsetis selected

Whenanenlargedimageisdisplayed

Duringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture"

Whena"TestPattern"isdisplayed

Enable SwitchesthesafetyzonemarkerOn,Off. On,Off

AspectRatio Setstheaspectratioofthesafetyzonemarker. 16:9, 15:9, 14:9, 13:9, 4:3, 2.39:1, 2.35:1, 1.896:1, 1.85:1, 1.66:1, Variable Theaspectratiocanbeenteredasanumericvaluewhenyouselect"Variable"(0.01:1increments).The grayedoutsliderbecomesactiveandcanbeusedtosettheaspectratio. 1.00:1to3.00:1(1.78:1)

Note

When"AreaSize"issetto"Variable(dot)",youcannotselect"AspectRatio".

AreaSize Setsthesafetyzonemarkerareasize. 80%, 88%, 90%, 93%, Variable (%), Variable (dot) When"Variable(%)"isselected,thegrayedout"Rate(%)"becomesactive.When"Variable(dot)"is selected,thegrayedout"Width(dot)"and"Height(dot)"becomeactive.Thiscanbesetbymovingthe slider.

Rate(%) Becomesactivewhenyouselect"Variable(%)"underthemenu"AreaSize".Movetheslidertosetthe displayedmarkerareasizewithoutchangingtheaspectratioin1%increments. 50to100 (80)

Width(dot) Becomesactivewhenyouselect"Variable(dot)"underthemenu"AreaSize".Movetheslidertosetthe areawidthin2dotincrement. 360to4096 (3276)

Height(dot) Becomesactivewhenyouselect"Variable(dot)"underthemenu"AreaSize".Movetheslidertosetthe areaheightin2dotincrement. 240to2160 (1728)

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Shape Setstheareashapeofthesafetyzonemarker. Box:

Bracket:

Enclosure:

LineWidth Setsthewidthofthesafetyzonemarkerline. Thick, Normal, Thin

LineColor Setsthecolorofthesafetyzonemarkerline. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

Line Brightness

Setsthebrightnessofthesafetyzonemarkerline. High, Low

HPosition Adjuststhemarkerhorizontalpositionwiththesetaspectandsize. -65to65 (0)

VPosition Adjuststhemarkerverticalpositionwiththesetaspectandsize. -35to35 (0)

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

AreaMarker "AreaMarker"isusedtocheckaspecificareausingarectangularbox.

Note

"AreaMarker"isnotdisplayedinthefollowingcases:

Whenthereisnosignal,unsupportedsignal,orachannelwith"InputConfiguration"notsetis selected

Whenanenlargedimageisdisplayed

Duringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture"

Whena"TestPattern"isdisplayed

Enable SwitchestheareamarkerOn,Off. On, Off

HPosition Setsthestartposition(x-coordinate)todrawtherectangle(inincrementsof2). 0 to 4086 (240)

VPosition Setsthestartposition(y-coordinate)todrawtherectangle(inincrementsof2). 0 to 2150 (120)

Width(dot) Setsthewidthoftherectangle(inincrementsof2). 10 to 4096 (240)

Height(dot) Setstheheightoftherectangle(inincrementsof2). 10 to 2160 (120)

Mask Switchesthemaskcolor(inthemarker). Black,Half,Off

Line TurnsOn/Offtheoutlinesoftherectangularbox. On,Off

LineWidth Setsthewidthoftheareamarkerline. Thick, Normal, Thin

LineColor Setsthecoloroftheareamarkerline. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

Line Brightness

Setsthebrightnessoftheareamarkerline. High, Low

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

CenterMarker "CenterMarker"showsthecenteroftheimage.

Note

"CenterMarker"isnotdisplayedwhenanenlargedimageisdisplayed.

Enable SwitchesthecentermarkerOn,Off. On, Off

Size Setsthesizeofthecentermarker. Large, Small

LineWidth Setsthewidthofthecentermarkerline. Thick, Normal, Thin

LineColor Setsthecolorofthecentermarkerline. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

Line Brightness

Setsthebrightnessofthecentermarkerline. High, Low

GridMarker "GridMarker"ismarkerusedtocheckthehorizontalandverticalposition.

Note

"GridMarker"isnotdisplayedwhenanenlargedimageisdisplayed.

Enable SwitchesthegridmarkerOn,Off. On, Off

Distance Setsthehorizontalandverticallinedistance. 160 dots, 240 dots, 320 dots

LineWidth Setsthewidthofthegridmarkerline. Thick, Normal, Thin

LineColor Setsthecolorofthegridmarkerline. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

Line Brightness

Setsthebrightnessofthegridmarkerline. High, Low

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Function Settings

ThismenuisusedtosetfunctionstolinkwithCinemaEOSSystemcamerasandvideoassistancefunctions.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Peaking CustomizespeakingswhichareassignedtoPeaking1orPeaking2.Theoutlineisdisplayedina color,usedtocheckthefocus.

Note

"Peaking"cannotbedisplayedduringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture".

Enable SwitchesthepeakingdisplaymodeandalsosetspeakingtoOff. Peaking 1, Peaking 2, Off

Peaking1,2 Monochrome:Displaysvideoinmonochrome. On, Off Frequency:Setsthecentralfrequencyofcontourenhancementsignals. Peaking 1 (High, Middle, Low), Peaking 2 (High, Middle, Low) Range:Setsthewidthoftherangetobecolored. -3 ~ +3 (0) Color:Setsthecolortobeused. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta

FalseColor Whensetto"On",differentcolorsaredisplayedaccordingtovideo'sbrightnesslevelsothatyoucan checktheexposureconditioneasily. On, Off Belowaredetailsofthechart.NumbersindicatethelevelofY-signals.

Red Orange Lightorange Yellow Lightgray Mediumgray Darkgray Blue Bluepurple Lightpurple Purple

1023 940 876 812 748 583 419 255 191 127 63

941 877 813 749 584 420 256 192 128 64 0

Note

"FalseColor"cannotbedisplayedduringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture".

ScreenCapture Capturesthescreen.

Capture Capturesthescreen.Thedataissavedunderthename"YYYYMMDD_hhmmss.bmp"intheroot folderoftheUSBmemory.

FrameHold Pausesthevideo. On, Off

Capture Source

Selectsthesourcestocapture. All:Everythingiscapturedincludingvideoassistancefunctionssuchasmarkersandwaveform

monitoraswellasOSDmenu. Video:Onlyvideosignalsarecaptured.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

PlaybackFile Playsbackcapturedimages. Select File:Selectsafile. Execute:Playsbacktheimage.

Note

WhenplayingbackcapturedimagesonotherDP-V2410orPC,colormaynotbeplayedback precisely.

Finish PlaybackFile

Finishesplayback.

TimeCode DisplaythetimecodesuperimposedontheSDIsignal.

VITC 01:23:45.05

Note

"TimeCode"cannotbedisplayedwhen"FrameHold"is"On",duringtheexecutionof "PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture",orwhen"TestPattern"isdisplayed.

Enable SwitchesthetimecodedisplayOn,Off. On, Off

Type Selectsthetype. VITC, LTC

Size Selectsthesize. Large, Small

Position Selectsthedisplayposition. Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, Bottom Right

WaveFormMonitor Configuresvarioussettingsforthewaveformmonitor.Onthewaveformmonitor,thehorizontalaxis showsthehorizontalresolutionofthevideoandtheverticallineshowsthesignallevel.

254

4% 0%

50 %

100 %

0

Signallevel

Horizontalresolutionofvideo

Note

When"FrameHold","Peaking"or"FalseColor"is"On","WaveFormMonitor"cannotbe displayed.

"WaveFormMonitor"cannotbedisplayedduringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under "ScreenCapture",orwhen"TestPattern"isdisplayed.

When"WaveFormMonitor"is"On","VectorScope"is"Off".

Enable SwitchesthewaveformmonitorOn,Off. On, Off

SelectSignal Setsthewaveformtobedisplayed. Y, Cb, Cr, R, G, B

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

DisplayType Setsthedisplaytype.When"Line"isselected,dataforonelineisdisplayed. All, Line Selectsthelinetobedisplayedwhen"Line"isselected. Select Line: 1 to 2160

Position Selectsthedisplayposition. Bottom Left, Bottom Right

Guide Aguideisdisplayedatthespecifiedposition."Guide"isnotdisplayedwhen"255"isselected. 1 to 255

Standard LevelHigh

Setsthestandarddisplaylevel(high)."StandardLevelHigh"isnotdisplayedwhen"255"isselected. 190 to 255

Standard LevelLow

Setsthestandarddisplaylevel(low)."StandardLevelLow"isnotdisplayedwhen"0"isselected. 0 to 64

Color Setsthesignalstobedisplayedandthecolorofsignalsexceedingthestandardlevel. Y, Cb, Cr, R, G, B:Selectsthesignal. Selectsthecoloroftheselectedsignal. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta Defaultvalueofeachsignalisshownbelow. Y(White),Cb(White),Cr(White),R(Red),G(Green),B(Blue) Standard Level High, Standard Level Low:Selectsthestandardlevel. White, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Cyan, Magenta Defaultvalueofeachstandardlevelisshownbelow. StandardLevelHigh(Magenta),StandardLevelLow(Cyan)

VectorScope Configuresvarioussettingsforthevectorscope.Vectorscopedisplaystheintensityofcolorsignals andhuewiththehorizontalaxisshowingthecolordifferencesignalCbandtheverticallineshowing Cr.

Red

Green

Yellow Blue

Cyan

Magenta

(Cb,Cr)=(255,255)

(Cb,Cr)=(0,0)

Cr

Cb

Note

When"FrameHold","Peaking"or"FalseColor"is"On","VectorScope"cannotbedisplayed.

"VectorScope"cannotbedisplayedduringtheexecutionof"PlaybackFile"under"Screen Capture",orwhen"TestPattern"isdisplayed.

When"VectorScope"is"On","WaveFormMonitor"is"Off".

Enable SwitchesthevectorscopeOn,Off. On, Off

Target Setsthetarget. 75%, 100%

Position Selectsthedisplayposition. Bottom Left, Bottom Right

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

AudioLevelMeter Configuresvarioussettingsfortheaudiolevelmeter.Displaystheaudioleveloftheselectedchannel number.

Note

"AudioLevelMeter"cannotbedisplayedwhen"FrameHold"is"On",duringtheexecutionof "PlaybackFile"under"ScreenCapture",orwhen"TestPattern"isdisplayed.

Enable SwitchestheaudiolevelmeterOn,Off. On,Off

Channel Number(SDI)

SetsthenumberofchannelsdisplayedwhenSDIsignalisinput.Optionschangeaccordingtothe settingfor"SDIGroup"under"AudioSettings". When"CH1-CH8"isselectedfor"SDIGroup":2CH (CH1-CH2), 4CH (CH1-CH4),

6CH (CH1-CH6), 8CH (CH1-CH8) When"CH9-CH16"isselectedfor"SDIGroup":2CH (CH9-CH10), 4CH (CH9-CH12),

6CH (CH9-CH14), 8CH (CH9-CH16)

Channel Number (HDMI)

SetsthenumberofchannelsdisplayedwhenHDMIsignalisinput. 2CH (CH1-CH2), 4CH (CH1-CH4), 6CH (CH1-CH6), 8CH (CH1-CH8)

PeakHold Whensetto"On",onesecondofaudiosignalatthepeakiskept. On, Off

Standard Level

Setsthestandardlevel. -40 to 0 (-20)

TestPattern Setsthetestpatternbuiltintothemainunit. White, Gray (20%), Black, Red, Green, Blue, Ramp, 5 Step, Color Bars, PLUGE, Off

Note

Ifthepoweristurnedoffonceandthenbackon,thetestpatternwillnotbedisplayed.

Thetestpatternwillbeerasedinthefollowingcases: -Whencalibrationhasbeenstarted -WhenthechannelischangedusingtheCHbutton,FbuttonassignedforChannelUP/ ChannelDOWN,or"SelectChannel"under"ChannelSettings"

-Whenchanging"InputConfiguration"or"SelectInputSignal"under"ChannelSettings" -When"ResetAllSettings"isexecuted

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

VariousFunction Displaysthefunctionlisttoexecutefunctions. Monochrome (On, Off), Blue Only (On, Off), Red Off (On, Off), Green Off (On, Off), Blue Off (On, Off), Banner (On, Off)*1, Function Guide (On, Off)*2, OSD Position (Mode 1, Mode 2)*3, OSD Size (Large, Small)*4, Backlight Scan (High, Low, Off)

*1Banner When"Banner"issetto"Off",thebannerisdisplayedonlywhenyoupressthejogdialwhileOSDis closed. *2Function Guide On:YoucandisplaythelistoffunctionsassignedtoanFbuttononthevideodisplaybypressingthe

jogdialwhileOSDisclosed. Off:Functionguideisnotdisplayed. *3OSD Position Mode 1 (4096x2160):OSDisdisplayedina4096x2160area. Mode 2 (3840x2160):OSDisdisplayedina3840x2160area. *4OSD Size:ThesizeoftheOSDmenucanbeselectedfrom"Large"and"Small".

CameraLink SetsthefunctionstolinkwithCinemaEOSSystemcameras.

Adjustment Setswhetherornottolinktothecamera'simagequalitysettingwhen"CanonLog"isselectedfor "PictureMode". On, Off When"ColorGamut/Gamma","ColorTemperature",and"ColorRange"areallsetto"On",the followingsettingsareconfigured.

ParameterofCinemaEOSSystemandDP-V2410

CinemaEOSSystem DP-V2410

Color Space

Gamma ColorGamut Gamma Color

Temperature ColorRange

BT.709 Canon Log

ITU-RBT.709 CanonLog D65 Automatic

BT.2020 ITU-RBT.2020 D65

Cinema Gamut

CinemaGamutto709 D65

CinemaGamuttoDCI-P3 DCI-P3

DCI-P3+ DCI-P3+to709 D65

DCI-P3+toDCI-P3 DCI-P3

BT.2020 Canon Log2

ITU-RBT.2020 CanonLog2 D65

Cinema Gamut

CinemaGamutto709 D65

CinemaGamuttoDCI-P3 DCI-P3

59OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ColorGamut/ Gamma

Theimagequalityofthedisplaycorrespondstothegammaandcolorgamutofthecamera. On, Off

Color Temperature

Theimagequalityofthedisplaycorrespondstothecolortemperatureofthecamera. On, Off

Color Range

Theimagequalityofthedisplaycorrespondstotherangeofthecamera. On, Off

DisplayColor Gamut

Setsthecolorgamutshownonthedisplaywhenthecamera's"ColorSpace"issetto"Cinema Gamut"or"DCI-P3+". ITU-R BT.709, DCI-P3

Fan Setswhetherornottostopthefanbylinkingwiththecamera'sRECsignal.Set"FanControl"under "SystemSettings"to"On". On, Off

Note

Whensetto"On",targetstobelinkedareRECsignalsthatarecompatiblewiththisvideo display(SDIorHDMIsignalsofCinemaEOSSystemcamerasandCanonprofessional-use videocameras).

Ataroomtemperature(25C),thefanremainsoffforapproximatelyoneminutewhentheAC powersupplyisusedandtenminuteswhentheDCpowersupplyisused.Selectthetypeof powersupplyaccordingtothepurposes.

Ifthetemperatureinsidethemainunitincreaseswhilethefanisoff,themessage"Fanwillbe rotatedasthetemperatureishigh."isdisplayedandthefanstartsrotatingapproximatelyten secondslater.Sincethetemperatureofthemainunithasincreased,thefanrotatesfasterthan usual.

Thevideodisplay'sfanmaystartrotatingearlierthanthecamerabecausethetemperature insidethemainunithasincreased.

Thefanmaynotstopinsomeconditions,forexamplewhenusedatahightemperature.

Camera Information

Setsconditionstodisplaycamerainformation. Automatic:Camerainformationisdisplayedfor4secondswhentheinformationhaschanged. On:Camerainformationisalwaysdisplayed. Off:Camerainformationisnotdisplayed.

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System Settings

Thismenuisusedtoconfiguresettingsrelatedthesystemofthevideodisplay.

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Network Configuressettingsforthenetworkofthevideodisplay.

ConfigureanIP Address

Automatic:ConfiguresanIPaddressautomaticallywithDHCP/AutomaticIP. Manual:ConfigureanIPaddressandsubnetmaskmanually.

Display 192.168.0.1

SubnetMask 255.255.255.0

Language SetsthelanguageoftheOSDmenuandmessages. English, ,

Function/ChannelButton SetsthefunctionorchanneltoassigntotheFbuttonsorCHbutton.

Display Function/Display Function(CDL)

SetsthefunctiontoassigntotheFbuttonsofthemainunit.SelectanFbuttonandassigna functionfromthefollowinglist.ThefactorydefaultsforthemainunitFbuttonsisasfollow: Normalmode

F1:Contrast F2:Brightness F3:Time Code (On, Off) F4:WFM/VEC (On, Off) F5:Audio Level Meter (On, Off) F6:Zoom (On, Off) F7:Hide OSD (On, Off) F8:Boost Contrast (On, Off)

CDLmode F1:CDL R (On, Off) F2:CDL G (On, Off) F3:CDL B (On, Off) F4:CDL Power (On, Off) F5:CDL Offset (On, Off) F6:CDL Slope (On, Off) F7:CDL Saturation (On, Off) F8:CDL Bypass (On, Off)

Note

Whenthe"BacklightControl"settingisswitchedusinganFbutton,theinformationisapplied to"BacklightControl"in"PictureMode".

When"HideOSD"issetto"On",noOSDisdisplayed.Althoughoperationcanbeperformed evenwhenOSDishidden,OSDfortheoperationisnotdisplayed.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Display Function/Display Function(CDL)

Thefollowingfunctionscanalsobeassigned:

Adjustment Picture Mode (SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3, User 1-7, Canon Log, ACESproxy) Chroma, Sharpness

Backlight Control (Local Dimming (High/Low), Global Dimming, Off)

Color Gamut (SMPTE-C, EBU, ITU-R BT.709, ITU-R BT.2020, Adobe RGB, DCI-P3, Native, Cinema Gamut to 709, Cinema Gamut to 2020, Cinema Gamut to DCI, DCI-P3+ to 709, DCI-P3+ to DCI, DCI-P3 to 709, ITU-R BT.2020 to 709, ACESproxy, User LUT 1-8) Gamma (2.2, 2.35, 2.4, 2.6, ITU-R BT.1886, Canon Log, Canon Log (HDR), Canon Log 2, Canon Log 2 (HDR), SMPTE ST 2084, User LUT 1-8) HDR Range

CDL CDL Preset

CDL SOP/Sat

ChannelSettings Channel UP

Channel DOWN

Select Input Signal (Automatic, 4K Input, Single Input/Dual Input)

DisplaySettings Screen Scaling (Native Input Resolution, 200%, Automatic)

Frame Hold (On, Off)

Background Color (White, Gray, Off)

AudioSettings SDI Group (CH1-CH8, CH9-CH16)

CH L

CH R

Volume

Audio Switch (L R, L, R, MIX(L+R))

Select Input (Single Input A-D)

MarkerSettings Marker Preset (Marker 1-5, Off)

Aspect Marker (On, Off)

Safety Zone Marker 1, 2 (On, Off)

Area Marker (On, Off)

Center Marker (On, Off)

Grid Marker (On, Off)

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Display Function/Display Function (CDL)

Function Settings Peaking (Peaking 1, Peaking 2, Off)

Peaking 1 (Peaking 1, Off)

Peaking 2 (Peaking 2, Off)

False Color (On, Off)

Capture

Wave Form Monitor (On, Off)

WFM Select Signal (On (Y, Cb, Cr, R, G, B), Off)

Vector Scope (On, Off)

Monochrome/Blue Only/Red Off/Green Off/Blue Off (On, Off)

Backlight Scan (High, Low, Off)

Camera Information (Automatic, On, Off)

System Settings Fan Stop (On, Off)

Note

When changing channels with "Channel UP/DOWN", the channels with "Input Configuration" ( 43) set to "" are skipped.

When the "Backlight Control" setting is switched using an F button, the information is applied to "Backlight Control" in "Picture Mode". Likewise, when any marker settings are changed, those changes will be applied to "Enable" under the currently selected "Marker Preset".

Display Channel Sets the channel to assign to the CH button on the display. Select a CH button and register a channel number. A list of settings under the menu "Channel Settings" ( 43) is displayed.

Display Name Sets the name of the main unit. You can input up to 16 alphanumeric characters.

Date/Time Sets the year/month/date/hour/minute.

Power Indicator Brightness Adjusts the brightness of the power indicator on the main unit. The greater the number is, the greater the brightness. Off, 1 to 5 (3)

Display Button LED Sets the F buttons and the lamp on the face. On, Off

Compatible Settings Sets the connection compatibility with HDMI equipment. Normal: All formats are supported. Compatible: Set this option when video is not played correctly in "Normal". "4K50.00P/60.00P" is

not supported when this option is selected.

Firmware Update This function is used to update the video display firmware. Refer to the Canon website for detailed information.

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Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

ProtectSettings Locksthesettingssotheycannotbechanged.WhenyoupresstheMENUbutton,"Signal/System Information"appears,butotheroperationsaregrayedoutbecausetheyarelocked.

Password Setapasswordtoprotectsettings.Useafour-digitnumber(0000to9999).

ProtectTarget Selectsthetargettobeprotected. Picture Mode:Select"On"toprotector"Off"toexcludesettingsfor"PictureMode".

On, Off Select Channel:Select"On"toprotector"Off"toexcludesettingsfor"SelectChannel".

On, Off

Protect Select"OK"toprotect.Whenapasswordhasbeenset,enterthepasswordandselect"OK".

UnlockingProtectSettings

Movetheselectionframeto"ProtectSettings"andpresstheSETbuttonforapproximately 3seconds.Whenapasswordhasbeenset,enterthepasswordandselect"OK".

FanSettings Setstheoperationofinternalfan.

FanControl Makesthefanrotatefasterbeforestoppinginordertopreventtheinternaltemperaturefrom increasing,whenthefanisstoppedmanually. On, Off

FanStop Thefancanbestoppedmanuallywhen"FanControl"issetto"On".Thefannoisecanbemade silentwhenthevideodisplayisusedduringshootingorwhensilenceisnecessary. On, Off

Note

Ifthemessage"Invalidoperationduetohightemperature."isdisplayed,thefancannotbe stoppedevenwhen"On"isselectedforthisitem.Waituntiltheinternaltemperaturelowers.

Ataroomtemperature(25C),thefanremainsoffforapproximatelyoneminutewhentheAC powersupplyisusedandtenminuteswhentheDCpowersupplyisused.Selectthetypeof powersupplyaccordingtothepurposes.

Ifthetemperatureinsidethemainunitincreaseswhilethefanisoff,themessage"Fanwillbe rotatedasthetemperatureishigh."isdisplayedandthefanstartsrotatingapproximatelyten secondslater.Sincethetemperatureofthemainunithasincreased,thefanrotatesfasterthan usual.

Select"Off"torestartthefan.Thefanrotatesfasterthanusual.

Thefanmaynotstopinsomeconditions,forexamplewhenusedatahightemperature.

64 OSD Menu

Item Setting Options (underline indicates factory default)

Export/Import Setstheexport/importmainmenusettings.

Note

Thefollowingsettingscannotbeexportedorimported.Thisisalsotruewhen"All"isselected. -"Calibration"under"Adjustment"(includingcalibrationresults) -"Zoom"and"FrameHold"under"DisplaySettings" -"TestPattern"and"Monochrome/BlueOnly/RedOff/GreenOff/BlueOff"under"Function Settings,"FrameHold"under"ScreenCapture"

-"Date/Time","FanStop","Export/Import"and"PoweronSetting"under"SystemSettings"

DataexportedfromthisvideodisplaycannotbeimportedtootherCanonvideodisplays exceptDP-V2410.

Export Target:Selecttheexportdestination. USB:ExporttoaUSBmemory User 1-3:Exporttothebuilt-inmemoryofthemainunit

Filename:Factorydefaultis"dinfo_dpv2410.dat".Youcanchangethenameofthefiletobe exportedtotheUSBmemorywithin16one-bytecharactersincludingalphabetical characters,numbers,andsymbols.

Execute:Performsexport.

Import Target:Specifythedestinationtosavethefiletobeimported. USB, User 1-3

Filename:Displaysfileswiththeextension".dat"soyoucanselectfromamongthem. Settings (All, Adjustment, Channel Settings, Display Settings, Audio Settings, Marker Settings, Function Settings, System Settings):Selectthesettingstoimport. Execute:Performsimport.

PoweronSetting Youcanselectthestateofthedisplaywhenthepoweristurnedon. Last memory:Thevideodisplaystartsupwiththesettingslastused. User 1-3:Itstartsupwiththesettingssavedin"User1-3"under"Export".

ResetAllSettings Returnsallsettingstofactorydefault.Whenselected,themessage"Resetallsettingstofactory defaults?"appears. OK:Performsreset. Cancel:Returnstothepreviousscreenwithoutresetting.

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Signal Information

Showsthesignalinformation.When"SelectInputSignal"is"4KInput",informationfortheentiresignalandeach inputisdisplayed.Selectasignalwiththejogdialaccordingtotheguideattoprightcornerofthemenu.Whensignal informationhasbeenobtainedalthoughitisnotdisplayedonthescreen,thecontentoftheinformationisgrayedout.

SDI Signal HDMI Signal

Item Display Example Item Display Example

Channel InputConfiguration

SelectInputSignal Format Resolution PictureRate,I/P/PsF* SDIPayloadID VideoStandard SamplingStructure BitDepth PictureRate ScanningMethod

LinkNumber

CH1 3G/HD/SD-SDI (3G-SDILevelA) 4KInput Automatic 4096x2160 24.00P 89C34601 3G-SDI 4:4:4:4GBRA 10-bit 24.00 Progressive/Progressive (Transport/Picture) Single/Link_1

Channel InputConfiguration SelectInputSignal Resolution PictureRate,I/P/PsF PixelEncoding ColorDepth Matrix RGBRange

CH4 HDMI Automatic 4096x2160 60.00P 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit ITU-RBT.709 Full

*Whenacontentisgrayedout,anasterisk"*"maybedisplayedindicatinglow"PictureRate"accuracysuchas"24.00P*".

System Information

Showsthevideodisplaystatusandnetworkinformation.

Item Display Example

Display DP-V2410

SerialNo. 000000000000

FirmwareVer. 1.0.0

UsageTime* 5h

IPAddress 192.168.0.1

SubnetMask 255.255.255.0

MACAddress FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF

*The"UsageTime"isnotalways"0"whenyoupurchasethedisplayduetofactoryinspection.

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Main specifications/Performance

Panel

PanelType IPSLCDpanel

ScreenSize 24inch(61.1cm)

AspectRatio 17:9

Resolution 4096x2160(8.8megapixels)

ActiveDisplayArea Approximately540.7x285.1mm

PixelPitch 132m/193ppi

PanelDriver 1024gradations,10-bitforeachRGBcolor

Image quality

Brightness(Standard) 100cd/m2

ViewAngle(Up,Down,Left,Right) 89(contrastratio10:1orhigher)

SurfaceTreatment Anti-glarecoating

General

BacklightType RGBLED,directdowntype

Power RatedVoltage:100240VACRatedFrequency:50/60Hz 24V28VDCMax.8.9A,XLRterminal

Powerconsumption Atmaximumload(includingchangeinbrightnessthroughaging):Approximately210W Atfactoryshipment:Approximately160W

Environmental Conditions

Operating Temperatureandhumidity:040C(32104F),2085%RH(nocondensation) recommended:1530C(5986F)

Pressure:7001060hPa

Storage/ Transporting

Temperatureandhumidity:-2040C(-4104F),2085%RH(nocondensation) 4160C(105140F),2030%RH(nocondensation)

Pressure:7001060hPa

Dimensions(widthxheightxdepth) Includingstands:Approx.594399187mm(23.415.77.4in.) Mainunitonly,excludingprotrusions:Approx.594378106mm(23.414.94.2in.)

Weight Approximately12kg(26.4lb)

MountingHolePitch VESAstandard100x100mm(3.9x3.9in.)

Interface

Input 3G/HD/SD-SDI 4(1systems)BNC(75)receptacleterminal 3G-SDI:SMPTE2048-2/274M/296/372/425-1/428-19/428-9compliant HD-SDI:SMPTE2048-2/274M/292-1/296/428-19/428-9compliant SD-SDI:CompliantwithSMPTE-259M

HDMI 1(1system)typeAterminalContentsprotectionstandard:HDCP2.2

Output 3G/HD-SDI 4(1pass-thrusystems)

Headphone 1stereominijack,Supportedimpedance:32to64

Control USB 1USBAreceptacleterminal UniversalSerialBusSpecificationRevision2.0compliantLS(LowSpeed)/FS(Full Speed)/HS(HighSpeed)modecompatible CompliantwithEnhancedHostControllerInterfaceSpecificationforUniversalSerial BusRevision1.0

LAN 1RJ-45terminal CompliantwithIEEE802.310BASE-TX/IEEE802.3u100BASE-TX

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Dimensions

Main Unit

Panel center

594 (23.4)

100 (3.9)

106 (4.2)

187 (7.4)

493 (19.4) 355.4 (14.0)

61 (2.4)

41 (1.6)40 (1.6)

47.5 (1.9)

10 (0.4)

10 0

(3 .9

)

4-M4 Depth: 8 (0.3) (MAX.)

4-M4 Depth: 7 (0.3) (MAX.)

31 2

(1 2.

3) 37

8 (1

4. 9)

39 9

(1 5.

7)

23 0

(9 .1

)

37 4

(1 4.

7)

14 4

(5 .7

)

16 0

(6 .3

)

21 (0

.8 )

5 (0

.2 )

15 (0

.6 )

15 (0

.6 )

567.6 (22.3)

4- 4.5 (0.2)

Unit:mm(inch)

Front

Rear

Side

Bottom

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Appendix Supported Signal Format

SDI

Formatswith"*"supportaudiosignals.

Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

SD-SDIx1 720x576i50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE-259M

HD-SDIx1 1280x720P59.94/60.00Hz* 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE292-1 SMPTE2961280x720P50.00Hz*

1280x720P29.97/30.00Hz

1280x720P25.00Hz*

1280x720P23.98/24.00Hz*

1920x1080i59.94/60.00Hz* SMPTE292-1 SMPTE274M1920x1080i50.00Hz*

1920x1080P29.97/30.00Hz*

1920x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz*

1920x1080P25.00Hz*

1920x1080PsF25.00Hz*

1920x1080P23.98/24.00Hz*

1920x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz*

2048x1080i59.94/60.00Hz

2048x1080i50.00Hz

2048x1080P29.97/30.00Hz SMPTE292-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz

2048x1080P25.00Hz

2048x1080PsF25.00Hz

2048x1080P23.98/24.00Hz

2048x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz

3G-SDILevelAx1 1280x720P59.94/60.00Hz* 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE296

1280x720P50.00Hz* 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

10-bit

1280x720P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

10-bit

1280x720P25.00Hz* 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

10-bit

1280x720P23.98/24.00Hz* 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

10-bit

1920x1080P59.94/60.00Hz* 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M

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Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelAx1 1920x1080i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P50.00Hz* 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit

1920x1080i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 10-bit

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 10-bit

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 10-bit

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:2:2YCbCr

2048x1080P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-2

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Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelAx1 2048x1080i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:2:2YCbCr

2048x1080P47.95/48.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

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Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelBx1 1920x1080P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE274M1920x1080i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr* 12-bit

1920x1080P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit

1920x1080i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr* 12-bit

1920x1080P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

1920x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

2048x1080P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

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Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelBx1 2048x1080P47.95/48.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

2048x1080P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

2048x1080P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

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Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelBx1 2048x1080PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

HD-SDIx4 3840x2160i59.94/60.00Hz* 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE292-1 SMPTE274M3840x2160i50.00Hz*

3840x2160P29.97/30.00Hz*

3840x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz*

3840x2160P25.00Hz*

3840x2160PsF25.00Hz*

3840x2160P23.98/24.00Hz*

3840x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz*

4096x2160i59.94/60.00Hz

4096x2160i50.00Hz

4096x2160P29.97/30.00Hz SMPTE292-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4096x2160P29.97/30.00Hz

4096x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz

4096x2160P25.00Hz

4096x2160PsF25.00Hz

4096x2160P23.98/24.00Hz

4096x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz

3G-SDILevelAx4 3840x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M

3840x2160i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr* 12-bit

3840x2160i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

74 Appendix

Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelAx4 3840x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 10-bit

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr* 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB* 4:4:4YCbCr*

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 10-bit

12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4096x2160i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

4096x2160P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-2

4096x2160i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

4096x2160P47.95/48.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-2

75Appendix

Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelAx4 4096x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE2048-24:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3G-SDILevelBx4 3840x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE274M

3840x2160i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr* 12-bit

3840x2160P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit

76 Appendix

Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelBx4 3840x2160i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE274M4:2:2YCbCr* 12-bit

3840x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

3840x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4096x2160i59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

4096x2160P50.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4096x2160i50.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 4:4:4YCbCr

12-bit/10-bit

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 4:2:2YCbCr

12-bit

4096x2160P47.95/48.00Hz 4:2:2YCbCr 10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

77Appendix

Transmission method Signal format Color format Color depth Standards

3G-SDILevelBx4 4096x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF25.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160P23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4RGB 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE428-9 SMPTE428-19 SMPTE2048-2

4:4:4X'Y'Z' 12-bit

4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

4096x2160PsF23.98/24.00Hz 4:4:4YCbCr 12-bit/10-bit SMPTE425-1 SMPTE372 SMPTE2048-2

4:2:2YCbCr 12-bit

78 Appendix

RAW

Signal format

3840x2160P59.94Hz,50.00Hz,29.97Hz,25.00Hz,24.00Hz,23.98Hz

4096x2160P59.94Hz,50.00Hz,29.97Hz,25.00Hz,24.00Hz,23.98Hz

HDMI

Signal format Color format/Color depth

640x480P59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB8-bit

800x600P60.00Hz

1024x768P60.00Hz

720x480P59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:4:4YCbCr12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:2:2YCbC12-bit

720x576P50.00Hz

1280x720P59.94/60.00Hz

1280x720P50.00Hz

1920x1080P59.94/60.00Hz

1920x1080i59.94/60.00Hz

1920x1080P50.00Hz

1920x1080i50.00Hz

1920x1080P29.97/30.00Hz

1920x1080P25.00Hz

1920x1080P23.98/24.00Hz

2048x1080P59.94/60.00Hz

2048x1080P50.00Hz

2048x1080P29.97/30.00Hz

2048x1080P25.00Hz

2048x1080P23.98/24.00Hz

3840x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB8-bit 4:4:4YCbCr8-bit 4:2:2YCbC12-bit 4:2:0YCbC12-bit/10-bit/8-bit

3840x2160P50.00Hz

3840x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:4:4YCbCr12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:2:2YCbC12-bit

3840x2160P25.00Hz

3840x2160P23.98/24.00Hz

4096x2160P59.94/60.00Hz 4:4:4RGB8-bit 4:4:4YCbCr8-bit 4:2:2YCbC12-bit 4:2:0YCbC12-bit/10-bit/8-bit

4096x2160P50.00Hz

4096x2160P29.97/30.00Hz 4:4:4RGB12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:4:4YCbCr12-bit/10-bit/8-bit 4:2:2YCbC12-bit

4096x2160P25.00Hz

4096x2160P23.98/24.00Hz

79Appendix

Image/Frame Display

SDI

Signal system Display Method

720x576 50.00 i 50.00 P

1280x720 23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 P 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

50.00 P 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

1920x1080 50.00 i 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

23.98/24.00 PsF 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 PsF 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 PsF 59.94/60.00 P*

23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 P 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

50.00 P 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

2048x1080 50.00 i 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

23.98/24.00 PsF 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 PsF 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 PsF 59.94/60.00 P*

23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 P 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

47.95/48.00 P 47.95/48.00 P

50.00 P 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

3840x2160 50.00 i 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

23.98/24.00 PsF 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 PsF 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 PsF 59.94/60.00 P*

23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 P 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

50.00 P 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

80 Appendix

Signal system Display Method

4096x2160 50.00 i 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

23.98/24.00 PsF 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 PsF 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 PsF 59.94/60.00 P*

23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

25.00 P 50.00 P*

29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

47.95/48.00 P 47.95/48.00 P

50.00 P 50.00 P

59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

*:Displayingsameframe

81Appendix

HDMI

Signal system Display Method

640x480 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

800x600 60.00 P 60.00 P

720x480P 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

720x576 50.00 P 50.00 P

1024x768 60.00 P 60.00 P

1280x720 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

1280x720 50.00 P 50.00 P

1920x1080 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

1920x1080 59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

1920x1080 50.00 P 50.00 P

1920x1080 50.00 i 50.00 P

1920x1080 59.94/60.00 i 59.94/60.00 P

1920x1080 29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

1920x1080 25.00 P 50.00 P*

1920x1080 23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

2048x1080 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

2048x1080 50.00 P 50.00 P

2048x1080 29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

2048x1080 25.00 P 50.00 P*

2048x1080 23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

3840x2160 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

3840x2160 50.00 P 50.00 P

3840x2160 29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

3840x2160 25.00 P 50.00 P*

3840x2160 23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

4096x2160 59.94/60.00 P 59.94/60.00 P

4096x2160 50.00 P 50.00 P

4096x2160 29.97/30.00 P 59.94/60.00 P*

4096x2160 25.00 P 50.00 P*

4096x2160 23.98/24.00 P 47.96/48.00 P*

*:Displayingsameframe

82 Appendix

Input Signals and Adjustable/Setting Item

Thefollowingitemshavelimitationsdependingontheinputsignals.

Setting item

Input signal

3G/HD/SD-SDI 3G-SDI RAW HDMI

YCbCr/RGB/XYZ RGB

Adjustment 2020ConstantLuminance *1

ChannelSettings SelectInputSignal *2 *3

Format *4 *5 *6

DisplaySettings Zoom *7

PsF

FilmCadence *8

FunctionSettings TimeCode *9

ScreenCapture *10

CameraLink *11 *12

-:Settingisdisabled. *1 :SD-SDIisfixedto"Non-constantLuminance". *2 :Cannotbesetto"DualInput". *3 :Fixedto"Automatic". *4 :SD-SDIisfixedto"4:2:2YCbCr10-bit". *5 :Fixedto"Automatic". *6 :Only"Automatic"or"4:4:4XYZ10/12-bit"canbeselected. *7 :Only"Center"or"Off"canbeselected. *8 :Canbesetonlywhen"I/PConversion"issetto"ImagePriority". *9 :CanbedisplayedonlyonCanoncamerasthatsupportHDMItimecodeoutput. *10 :CannotbeexecutedwhenverifiedbyHDCP. *11 :Canbesetonlywhen"CanonLog"issetfor"PictureMode". *12 :Canbesetonlyfor"Fan".

83Error Messages

Error Messages

Message Description and Action

Calibration Failedtoinitializetheexternalsensor. SeeCA-310andCA-210instructionmanual.

Calibrationerror. Checktheinstallationandconnectionofthe externalsensorandretry( 22).

PerformmatrixcalibrationofCA-310andCA-210 ( 22).

Calibrationiscompleted. (Brightnesssettingislowerthantargetbrightness.)

Setthe"Luminance"incalibrationagain( 40).

Failedtodetecttheexternalsensor. Pleasechecktheconnectionwiththesensor.

CorrectlyconnecttheexternalsensortotheUSB portofthismainunit.

Network Communicationerror. IPaddressmaybeinconflictortheremaybea networkcommunicationerror.Checkthenetwork environment.

InvalidIPAddress. EnterthecorrectIPaddress.

InvalidSubnetMask. Enterthecorrectsubnetmask.

Varioussettings, CDLexport

TheUSBmemoryisfull. UseanotherUSBmemoryordeletethecontentof thememory.

Failedtowritefile. TheUSBmemorymaybedefectiveorprotected. ChecktheUSBmemory.

LUT,Varioussettings, CDLimport

(LUTImport)"LUTType"isdifferent. (CDLImport)"FileType"isdifferent.

Selectthecorrectfileformat.

Failedtoreadfile. TheUSBmemorymaybedefectiveorprotected. ChecktheUSBmemory.

Failedtoimport. Thereisanerrorinthefiletobeimported.Checkthe file.

Noimportfile. Checktoseeifthefilehasbeenimportedtothe USBmemory.

Screen Capture

Failedtocapture. TheUSBmemorymaybedefectiveorprotected. ChecktheUSBmemory.

InvalidSignal. Ascreendisplayingnovideoisbeingcapturedfor examplethereisnosignaloranunsupportedsignal isbeinginput.Checkthesignal,inputitagain,and captureit.

Copyprotectedsignal. Thesignalyoutriedtocapturemaybeprotectedby HDCP2.2whichisacopypreventionstandardfor HDMI.Inthiscase,thesignalcannotbecaptured. ChecktheHDMIsignal.

Failedtoplaybackfile. TheUSBmemorymaybedefectiveorprotected. ChecktheUSBmemory.

84 Error Messages

Message Description and Action

Hardwareerror Backlighterror. Disconnectthepowercord,reconnectit,andthen turnonthepower. Ifthemessagepersists,contactCanonCustomer Center.

Fanerror.

Panelerror.

I/Ferror.

Systemerror.

Invalidoperationduetohightemperature. Thetemperatureinsidethemainunitishigh.Turnoff thepowerandwaituntilthefanstops.

Inputsignal NoSignal Displayedwhenthereisnovideosignalinput.

Unsupported Unsupportedvideosignalisinput.Checkthe supportedsignalformat( 68).

"InputConfiguration"isdifferentfromPayload. Checkthe"InputConfiguration"( 43)and"Signal Information"( 65)settings.Resetanyincorrect "InputConfiguration"settings.

Operation Invalidoperation. Operationisdisabled.Checkthesettingitems.

"ProtectSettings"ison. TousetheOSDmenu,movetheselectionframe to"ProtectSettings"andpressthejogdialfor approximately3seconds.

"CDLBypass"ison. When"CDLBypass"isturned"On",youcannot adjust"Power","Saturation","Offset",or"Slope".

InvalidPassword. Enterthecorrectpassword.

USBmemory USBmemoryisnotconnected. CorrectlyconnecttheUSBmemorytotheUSBport ofthismainunit.

UnsupportedUSBmemory. ChecktheUSBmemoryformatandmakesureitis notprotected.

DCpowersupply LowVoltage. IndicatesthattheinputvoltageoftheDCpower supplyhasbecomebelowapprox.22.5V.Checkthe voltageoftheDCpowersupply.

LowVoltage,Turnoffpower. IndicatesthattheinputvoltageoftheDCpower supplyhasbecomebelowapprox.21.0Vandthe powerwillbeturnedoff.Connecta23.5Vorhigher DCpowersupplyandpressthe buttontoturnon thepower.

InvalidVoltage,Turnoffpower. IndicatesthattheinputvoltageoftheDCpower supplyhasreachedapprox.35.8Vorhigher.Check theinputvoltageoftheDCpowersupply.

85Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Symptom Cause and Action

Powerdoesnotturnon. (Powerindicatordoesnotturnon.)

Pressthe button.

CheckthattheACpowersupplyorDCpowercordisconnected correctly.

Brightnessofthepowerindicatormaybeturnedoff.Turnitonand checkoncemore.

9

17

62

Thescreenisdark. Whenthepowerindicatordoesnotturnon: Pressthe button.

CheckthattheACpowersupplyorDCpowercordisconnected correctly.

9

17

Whenthepowerindicatorislitorange: Pressthe button.

9

Whenthepowerindicatorisflashingorange: Flashingonceevery3seconds: ContactCanonCustomerCenter.

Flashingtwiceevery3seconds: -Turnonthepowerwiththe button. -Thetemperatureofthedisplay rises(orfalls)dependon operationenvironment.Checkthe environmentalconditions( 66)and donotuseindirectsunlight. -Ifthepowerstilldoesnotturnon, contactCanonCustomerCenter.

9

66

ThepowersuddenlygoesoffwhenaDC powersupplyisused.

SomeDCpowersupplyunitsturnoffthevoltagewhenathreshold valueisreached.Inthiscase,themessageindicatinglowvoltageisnot displayed.ConnectachargedDCpowersupplyorACpowersupply.

Theimagedoesnotdisplay. Seteachitemin"ChannelSettings"accordingtoinputsignal. 43

Thereisablankareawhensetto4K Input.

Theremaybenoinputsignal.Lookatthedisplayareaiconinthe interfaceareaandcheckthattheinputareaandsignalcablesare properlyconnected.

Signalswithdifferentresolutionorfrequencymaybeinputfromeach terminal.Checkthesignal.

15

65

Screenistoobright/dark. Adjustthe"Contrast"ontheOSDmenu.

ThereisalimitontheservicelifeofLCDbacklight.Ifthescreen becomesdarkorstartsflickering,contactCanonCustomerCenter.

34

Burn-inimageappears. ThisisacharacteristicoftheLCDpanelandyoushouldavoiddisplaying stationaryimageforalongtime.

Thereisanunlitorred,blue,green,or whitedotonscreen.

LCDdisplayismadeofveryhighprecisiontechnology.Ithaseffective pixelsof99.99%ormore,buttheremaybeblackdotsorred,blue,or greendotsthatmaybealwayson.Thisisnotafailure.

Thereisaninterferencepatternortrace thatremainswhentheLCDpanelis pressed.

Thesymptommayberesolvedbydisplayingawhiteorblackimageon theentirescreen.

86 Troubleshooting

Symptom Cause and Action

OSDmenucannotbeused. Checkthat"ProtectSettings"isnotset. 63

"AspectMarker","SafetyZoneMarker"or "AreaMarker"doesnotappear.

Achannelwithnosignal,unsupportedsignal,orwith"Input Configuration"notsetmaybeselected.Checkthesignal.

65

Thefanstartstorotateevenwhen"Fan" under "CameraLink" is set to "On"or "FanStop"issetto"On".

Thefanstaysoffforapprox.1minutewhenanACpowersupplyisused. Tokeepthefanoffforalongerperiod,useaDCpowersupply.

When"Fan"under"CameraLink"issetto"On",thedowntimemaynot matchthecamera.

59

63

The fandoesnotstopevenwhen"Fan" under "CameraLink" is set to "On"or "FanStop"issetto"On".

Thefandoesnotstopiftheinternaltemperatureofthevideodisplayis high.Configuresettingsaftertheinternaltemperaturehaslowered.

Thefanmaynotstopinsomeconditions,forexamplewhenusedata hightemperature.Usethevideodisplayattheoperatingtemperature ( 66)orlower.

59

63

You forgot the password for "Protect Settings".

Pressthejogdialandthe buttonwhilethevideodisplayisinstandby. Theconfigurationwillberesettothestatewherenopasswordisset.

9

Thevideodisplaydoesnotstartupinthe condition that thepowerwas turnedoff lasttime.

Checkthe"PoweronSetting"ontheOSDmenu.Set"Lastmemory" tostartupthevideodisplayintheconditionthatthepoweristurnedoff lasttime.

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87Software Used in This Product

Software Used in This Product SoftwareinstalledwiththisproductincludessoftwaremodulesfromCanonorthirdparties.

Software Developed by Canon and Free Software

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Index Number

3G/HD/SD-SDI.................................................... 10,15

3GSDIRAW....................................................... 10,15

4KInput.................................................................... 43

5Step(TestPattern).................................................. 57

200%(ScreenScaling).............................................. 45

2020ConstantLuminance........................................ 40

2020GamutMapping............................................... 40

A

ACESproxy................................................................ 34

Adjustment................................................................ 34

AdobeRGB............................................................... 34

AnchorAdjustment.............................................. 21,40

AreaMarker............................................................... 52

AspectMarker........................................................... 49

AudioLevelMeter...................................................... 57

AudioSettings........................................................... 48

Automatic(ScreenScaling)........................................ 45

B

BackgroundColor..................................................... 46

BacklightControl....................................................... 34

BacklightScan.......................................................... 58

Banner...................................................................... 58

BiasR/G/B................................................................ 35

Bicubic...................................................................... 46

Black(TestPattern).................................................... 57

BlueOff..................................................................... 58

BlueOnly................................................................... 58

Blue(TestPattern)..................................................... 57

BoostContrast.......................................................... 39

Brightness................................................................. 34

C

Calibration........................................................... 22,40

CameraInformation................................................... 59

CameraLink.............................................................. 58

CanonLog,CanonLog2..................................... 34,36

CDLBypass.............................................................. 39

CDLExport/CDLImport...................................... 24,39

CenterMarker........................................................... 53

ChannelName..................................................... 25,44

ChannelSettings....................................................... 43

ChannelUP/ChannelDOWN..................................... 61

Chroma..................................................................... 34

CinemaGamutto709............................................... 35

CinemaGamutto2020............................................. 35

CinemaGamuttoDCI............................................... 35

ColorBars(TestPattern)............................................ 57

ColorGamut.............................................................. 35

ColorRange........................................................ 38,44

ColorTemperature..................................................... 35

CompatibleSettings.................................................. 62

ConfigureanIPAddress............................................ 60

Contrast.................................................................... 34

Custom(xy)(ColorTemperature)................................ 35

D

Date/Time........................................................... 25,62

DCI-P3...................................................................... 34

DCI-P3+to709......................................................... 35

DCI-P3+toDCI......................................................... 35

DetailSettings

Adjustment............................................................ 39

CDL....................................................................... 39

DisplayButtonLED................................................... 62

DisplayChannel......................................................... 62

DisplayFunction/DisplayFunction(CDL).................... 60

DisplayName...................................................... 25,62

DisplaySettings......................................................... 45

DualInput............................................................ 15,43

E

EBU........................................................................... 34

Export/Import...................................................... 24,64

F

FalseColor................................................................ 54

FanControl................................................................ 63

FilmCadence............................................................ 47

FirmwareVer.............................................................. 65

Format....................................................................... 43

FrameHold............................................................... 46

Function/ChannelButton........................................... 60

FunctionGuide.......................................................... 58

FunctionSettings....................................................... 54

G

GainR/G/B................................................................ 35

Gamma..................................................................... 36

GlobalDimming......................................................... 34

90 Index

Gray(20%)(TestPattern)........................................... 57

GreenOff................................................................... 58

Green(TestPattern)................................................... 57

GridMarker............................................................... 53

H

HDMI................................................................... 10,16

HDRRange............................................................... 37

HD-SDI................................................................ 10,15

HideOSD.................................................................. 60

I

IDT............................................................................ 37

ImagePriority............................................................ 46

InputConfiguration.................................................... 43

InternalSync............................................................. 44

I/PConversion........................................................... 46

I/PsF.......................................................................... 46

ITU-RBT.709............................................................. 34

ITU-RBT.1886........................................................... 36

ITU-RBT.2020........................................................... 34

L

LAN........................................................................... 10

Language.................................................................. 60

LocalDimming.......................................................... 34

LTC........................................................................... 55

Luminance................................................................. 40

LUTImport.......................................................... 23,39

M

MACAddress............................................................ 65

MarkerPreset............................................................ 49

MarkerSettings......................................................... 49

Monochrome............................................................. 58

N

NativeInputResolution(ScreenScaling).................... 45

NearestNeighbor...................................................... 46

Network.................................................................... 60

O

ODT.......................................................................... 37

ODTSurround........................................................... 38

Offset........................................................................ 39

OSDMenu.......................................................... 18,28

OSDPosition............................................................. 58

OSDSize................................................................... 58

P

Password.................................................................. 63

Peaking..................................................................... 54

PictureMode............................................................. 34

PLUGE(TestPattern)................................................. 57

Power........................................................................ 39

PowerIndicatorBrightness........................................ 62

PoweronSetting....................................................... 64

ProtectSettings......................................................... 63

PsF............................................................................ 46

R

Ramp(TestPattern)................................................... 57

RedOff...................................................................... 58

Red(TestPattern)...................................................... 57

Reset......................................................................... 40

ResetAllSettings...................................................... 64

S

SafetyZoneMarker1,2............................................ 50

Saturation.................................................................. 39

ScalingMethod......................................................... 46

Bicubic.................................................................. 46

NearestNeighbor................................................... 46

ShapeTrace........................................................... 46

ScreenCapture......................................................... 54

ScreenScaling.......................................................... 45

200%..................................................................... 45

Automatic.............................................................. 45

NativeInputResolution.......................................... 45

SelectChannel.......................................................... 43

SelectInputSignal..................................................... 43

4KInput................................................................. 43

SingleInput/DualInput........................................... 43

SerialNo................................................................... 65

Settings............................................................... 24,64

ShapeTrace.............................................................. 46

Sharpness................................................................. 34

SignalInformation...................................................... 65

SingleInput............................................................... 43

Slope......................................................................... 39

SMPTE-C.................................................................. 34

SpeedPriority............................................................ 46

SubnetMask............................................................. 60

SystemInformation.................................................... 65

SystemSettings........................................................ 60

91Index

T

TestPattern............................................................... 57

TimeCode................................................................ 55

U

UsageTime............................................................... 65

USB................................................................ 9,22,23

User1-7.................................................................... 34

UserLUT............................................................. 35,36

V

VariousFunction(FunctionSettings).......................... 58

VectorScope............................................................. 56

VITC.......................................................................... 55

W

WaveFormMonitor................................................... 55

White(TestPattern)................................................... 57

Z

Zoom........................................................................ 45

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This limited warranty only applies if the Equipment is used in conjunction with compatible computer equipment, compatible peripheral equipment and compatible software, as to which items Canon USA will have no responsibility. Canon USA shall have no responsibility under this limited warranty for use of the Equipment in conjunction with incompatible peripheral equipment and/or incompatible software. Non- Canon brand peripheral equipment and software which may be distributed with, or be factory loaded on, the Equipment, are sold 'AS IS' without warranty of any kind by Canon USA, including any implied warranty regarding merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The sole warranty with respect to such non- Canon brand items is given by the manufacturer or producer thereof. If the Equipment contains a hard disk drive, Canon USA recommends that data stored on that drive be duplicated or backed up to prevent its loss in the event of failure or other malfunction of such drive.

Inordertoobtainwarrantyservice,pleasecontacttheauthorizedCanonretaildealerfromwhomyoupurchasedthe EquipmentorcontacttheCANONINFORMATIONCENTERAT855-4K-CANON(855-452-2666)orontheinternetat pro.usa.canon.com/support.YouwillbedirectedtothenearestservicefacilityforyourEquipment.

Technicalsupportprogramspecificssubjecttochangewithoutnotice.

ThisLimitedWarrantycoversalldefectsencounteredinnormaluseoftheEquipmentanddoesnotapplyinthe followingcases:

A. LossordamagetotheEquipmentduetoabuse,neglect,mishandling,electriccurrentfluctuation,accident, impropermaintenance,useofnon-Canonaccessoriesorfailuretofollowoperating,maintenanceor environmentalinstructionsprescribedinCanonUSAsusersmanual; B. IftheEquipmentisdefectiveasaresultofsand,dirtorwaterdamage; C. Ifdefectsordamagesarecausedbytheuseofpartsorsupplies(otherthanthosesoldbyCanonUSA)that causedamagetotheEquipmentorthatcauseabnormallyfrequentservicecallsorserviceproblems; D. IfdefectsordamagesarecausedbyserviceotherthanCanonUSA'sfactoryservicecentersorauthorized servicefacilities; E. Anyinternalmodificationtoproducthardwareorfirmware; F. AnymaintenanceoftheEquipment,includinganyfeesforsuchMaintenance; G. IftheEquipmenthashaditsserialnumberordatingalteredorremoved.

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ThisLimitedWarrantydoesnotapplytoEquipmentpurchasedoutsidetheUnitedStates.ThisLimitedWarrantydoes notapplytoaccessoriesorconsumablesfortheEquipment,whicharesoldASIS,withoutwarrantyofanykindby CanonUSA.PleaseretainthiswarrantycardandyourBillofSaleasapermanentrecordofyourpurchase.Thiscard ensuresthatyouarecontactedpromptlyshouldtherebeasafetyinspection,modificationorproductrecallunder applicablelawsorregulations.Thiscardensuresthatyouarecontactedpromptlyshouldtherebeasafetyinspection, modificationorproductrecallunderapplicablelawsorregulations.

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CANON PROFESSIONAL DISPLAY LIMITED WARRANTY FOR PRODUCTS PURCHASED IN CANADA

ThelimitedwarrantysetforthbelowisgivenbyCanonCanadaInc.('CanonCanada')withrespecttoCanon ProfessionalDisplayEquipment(the'Equipment')accompanyingthislimitedwarrantyintheEquipmentsoriginal container,whenpurchasedinCanada.Thislimitedwarrantyisonlyeffectiveuponpresentationofyourbillofsaleor otherproofofpurchase. CanonCanadawarrantstotheoriginalend-userpurchaser,whendeliveredinnewconditioninitsoriginalcontainer, thattheEquipmentwillbefreefromdefectsinmaterialsandworkmanshipundernormaluseandserviceforaperiod ofONEYEARfromthedateoforiginalpurchase.WhenreturningEquipmentunderthislimitedwarranty,youmustpre- paytheshippingcharges,andyoumustencloseacopyofthebillofsaleorotherproofofpurchasewithacomplete explanationoftheproblem.EquipmentreturnedtoaCanonCanadafactoryservicefacilityandproventobedefective uponinspectionwillbe,withoutcharge: (a)repairedutilizingneworcomparablerefurbishedparts,or (b)exchangedforrefurbishedornewEquipment, asdeterminedbytheCanonCanadafactoryservicecenter,initssolediscretion.TherepairedorexchangedEquipment willbeshippedbackfreeofcharge.Warrantyexchangeorreplacementdoesnotextendtheoriginalwarrantyperiodof theEquipment.Forrepairsafterthewarrantyperiodhasexpired,anestimateofthecostofrepairandanopportunity toapproveorrejecttherepairexpensebeforeitisincurredwillbeprovided.Ifyouapprovetheproposedrepairs, repairswillbemadeandtheEquipmentwillbereturnedatyourriskandexpense.Ifyourejecttheproposedrepairs, theEquipmentwillbereturnedtoyouatnochargetoyoutoanaddresswithinCanada.

This limited warranty only applies if the Equipment is used in conjunction with compatible computer equipment, compatible peripheral equipment and compatible software, as to which items Canon Canada will have no responsibility. Canon Canada shall have no responsibility under this limited warranty for use of the Equipment in conjunction with incompatible computer equipment, peripheral equipment and/or incompatible software. Non-Canon brand peripheral equipment and software which may be distributed with, or be factory loaded on, the Equipment, are sold 'AS IS' without warranty or condition of any kind by Canon Canada, including any implied warranty or condition regarding merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The sole warranty with respect to such non-Canon brand items is given by the manufacturer or producer thereof. If the Equipment contains a hard disk drive, Canon Canada recommends that data stored on that drive be duplicated or backed up to prevent its loss in the event of failure or other malfunction of such drive.

Inordertoobtainwarrantyservice,pleasecontacttheauthorizedCanonretaildealerfromwhomyoupurchasedthe EquipmentorcontacttheCANONINFORMATIONCENTERat800-667-2666orontheinternetatwww.canon.ca/ pro.

Technicalsupportprogramspecificsaresubjecttochangewithoutnotice.

ThislimitedwarrantycoversalldefectsencounteredinnormaluseoftheEquipmentanddoesnotapplyinthefollowing cases: A. LossordamagetotheEquipmentduetoabuse,neglect,mishandling,electriccurrentfluctuation,accident, impropermaintenance,useofnon-Canonaccessoriesorfailuretofollowoperating,maintenanceor environmentalinstructionsprescribedinCanonCanadasusersmanual; B. IftheEquipmentisdefectiveasaresultofsand,dirtorwaterdamage; C. Ifdefectsordamagesarecausedbytheuseofpartsorsupplies(otherthanthosesoldbyCanonCanada)that causedamagetotheEquipmentorthatcauseabnormallyfrequentservicecallsorserviceproblems D. IfdefectsordamagesarecausedbyserviceotherthanCanonCanada'sfactoryservicecentersorauthorized servicefacilities; E. Anyinternalmodificationtoproducthardwareorfirmware; F. AnymaintenanceoftheEquipment,includinganyfeesforsuchmaintenance;or G. IftheEquipmenthashaditsserialnumberordatingalteredorremoved.

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NO IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION, INCLUDING IN RESPECT OF THE MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, APPLIES TO THIS EQUIPMENT AFTER THE EXPIRATION OF THE APPLICABLE PERIOD OF EXPRESS WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY (EXCEPT AS MENTIONED ABOVE). (SOME PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU). CANON CANADA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR LOSS OF REVENUES OR PROFITS, EXPENSE FOR SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR SERVICE, STORAGE CHARGES, LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOSS OR CORRUPTION OF DATA STORED ON THE EQUIPMENTS HARD DRIVE, OR ANY OTHER SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES CAUSED BY THE USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE EQUIPMENT, REGARDLESS OF THE LEGAL THEORY ON WHICH THE CLAIM IS BASED, AND EVEN IF CANON CANADA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOR SHALL RECOVERY OF ANY KIND AGAINST CANON CANADA BE GREATER THAN THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE EQUIPMENT SOLD BY CANON CANADA AND CAUSING THE ALLEGED DAMAGE. WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, YOU ASSUME ALL RISK AND LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE OR INJURY TO YOU AND YOUR PROPERTY AND TO OTHERS AND THEIR PROPERTY ARISING OUT OF USE, MISUSE OR INABILITY TO USE THE EQUIPMENT NOT CAUSED DIRECTLY BY THE NEGLIGENCE OF CANON CANADA (SOME PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU). THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS EQUIPMENT OR THE PERSON FOR WHOM IT WAS PURCHASED AS A GIFT.

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