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Canon BCTV Zoom 2019 Operation Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Canon BCTV Zoom 2019 Operation Manual PDF

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This Information Display Manual describes operating instructions and procedures for the information display... Refer to the manual as needed...

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Safety Precautions ... E7 Handling the Product ... E8 Responding to Malfunction or Accidents ... E9 Maintenance and Inspection ... E9 Storage ... E9 Legal Notices ... E10

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4... 1 Confi guration from the Top Screen ... E72 4... 1... 1 Selecting Full Mode ... E73 4... 1... 2 Top Screen ... E74 4... 1... 3 Switching Users ... E76 4... 1... 4 Switching to Basic Mode ... E77 4... 1... 5 Zoom Tracking ON/OFF ... E78 4... 1... 6 Assigning Functions to the AUX Switch ... E79 4... 1... 7 Specifying Iris Gain ... E80 4... 1... 8 Assigning Functions to the AUX1 Switch ... E82 4... 1... 9 Assigning Functions to the VTR Switch ... E83 4... 1... 10 Assigning Functions to the AUX2 Switch ... E84 4... 1... 11 Assigning Functions to the RET Switch ... E85 4... 1... 12 Specifying Iris Torque ... E86 4... 1... 13 Specifying Zoom Curve Mode ... E87 4... 1... 14 Specifying Iris A/M Switch ... E89 4... 1... 15 Assigning Functions to the Seesaw ... E90 4... 1... 16 Escape Operation ... E91

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4... 2 Confi guration from the Menu Screen ... E92 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings ... E93 4... 2... 2 Switch Screen Settings ... E110 4... 2... 3 Preset Screen Settings ... E118 4... 2... 4 Iris Screen Settings ... E124 4... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings ... E130 4... 2... 6 Focus Screen Settings ... E141 4... 2... 7 Info Screen Settings ... E143 4... 2... 8 Fol... Screen Settings ... E146

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

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4... When this product is used under a blazing sun, the inside of the unit may be heated to high temperature... When it is expected that the unit is exposed to elevated temperature, take measures against heat as appropriate on the customers side...

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fingerprints or stains on the lens, use a clean cotton cloth moistened with commercial lens cleaning fluid, or use lens cleaning paper... Gently wipe in a spiral pattern from the center of the lens... Be careful not to rub dust across the lens, which may scratch the lens surface

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

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4... Zoom speed control adjustments also apply to iris control, and you can specify the maximum iris speed... (See 4... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings: Specifying Maximum Zoom Speed Control... )

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[ ] Names of setting items are enclosed in square brackets... [Frame 1] is underlined...

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Control keys Used to configure all settings shown on the display... Identified with five key names, depending on how this interface is used... (See the following table, Using the Control Keys... )

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Note: The display turns off automatically after two minutes if no control keys are pressed... (Auto Off... ) However, the display remains active as long as the Fol... screen is shown... In this case, it is only deactivated when you press the Dis- play switch...

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1... Screen Organization Screens contain 19 setting items in Basic mode, 34 in Full mode, and 3 in Analog mode, with Basic and Full modes also including a follow screen containing three setting items that have relative values... To access frequently used items on the Top screen, press the Display switch... All settings can be confi gured from the Menu screen, which also includes advanced settings... (See Menu Screen in 1... Screen Organization... )

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Top Screen in Full Mode Of the 14 setting items in Full mode, the 8 most common are shown on the Top screen... The other 6 can be accessed by pressing down to scroll down the screen...

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In Basic mode, the 19 setting items and three follow settings with relative values are organized by function into the following 8 screens... (R type lenses have 7 screens... )

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In Full mode, the 34 setting items and three follow settings with relative values are organized by function into the following 8 screens... (R type lenses have 7 screens... )

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*1: There is no single Menu screen... Instead, screens accessed by selecting [MENU] are collectively referred to as the Menu screen...

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1... Basic Mode: Restricted settings and information... Recommended for users who do not require sophisticated settings... This is the default mode...

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To access the Top screen, press the Display switch... A total of 8 items can be confi gured on the Top screen in Basic mode... The fi rst screen displayed is referred to as the Initial Top screen... Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen...

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3... 1... 1 Selecting Basic Mode Basic mode is the default mode, but it can also be accessed from other modes as follows...

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3... 1... 2 Top Screen A total of 8 items can be configured on the Top screen in Basic mode, and these items are configured on the Initial Top screen... (See the following figure... ) Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen... (Shown in the figure below... *1)

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By default, the AUX2 switch for a zoom demand is assigned to the {Frame Preset 1} function, but it can be reassigned as needed...

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Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... To adjust the value, use either the auto iris gain adjustment trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence... The same auto iris gain value applies to all users...

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Important In Basic mode, any adjustments to this setting are not retained when the lens is turned off, and the default value is restored on startup...

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3... 1... 5 Assigning Functions to the AUX Switch Assign your desired functions to the AUX switch...

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3... 1... 6 Assigning Functions to the AUX1 Switch Assign your desired functions to the AUX1 switch...

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3... 1... 7 Assigning Functions to the AUX2 Switch Assign your desired functions to the AUX2 switch...

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Press ... The display changes from blinking to highlighted, indicating confi rmation...

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the zoom seesaw switch... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the analog demand thumb ring... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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In Basic mode, you can view and confi gure 19 setting items and a follow screen with three setting items that have relative values from the Menu screen... * Specifi cally, the Menu screen in Basic mode is organized into 8 (or for R type lenses, 7) screens by function: User screen, Switch screen, Preset screen, Iris screen, Zoom screen, Focus screen (only for A type lenses), Info screen, and Fol... screen... Select [MENU] on the Top screen and press the Set key to access the User screen initially... Press left or right to access the 7 other screens... (See the following fi gure... )

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The following setting items can be confi gured on the User Screen...

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Important The new mode setting is retained even after the lens is turned off...

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After a message is displayed indicating that resetting is in progress, the display reverts to Title: Reset... The settings have now been reset...

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Note In lock mode, only the following items can still be confi gured, and other settings are locked... Preset data (Shuttle shot position, Frame preset position, Preset speed) Auto iris gain setting

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Note Passwords No master password is used on this model... The password you enter each time to lock settings is the password used to unlock them... For this reason, we recommend making a note of the password each time... If you forget the password, contact Canon or your dealer... Passwords can be blank or up to 8 digits...

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Enter the password and press ... The password you entered to lock settings is the password used to unlock them...

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3... 2... 2 Switch Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Switch screen...

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Press ... [AUX] is underlined... The previous or default function is highlighted...

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The AUX1 switch for a zoom demand can be programmed to activate a function of your choice...

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The AUX2 switch for a zoom demand can be programmed to activate a function of your choice...

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3... 2... 3 Preset Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Preset screen...

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Zoom : Move the zoom position to the position in memory Focus : Move the focus position to the position in memory Z+F : Move the zoom and focus position to the position in memory

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Zoom : Move the zoom position to the position in memory Focus : Move the focus position to the position in memory Z+F : Move the zoom and focus position to the position in memory

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Confi gure the zoom speed from any position to the position in memory, as needed... To adjust the value, use either the Memo button (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence...

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3... 2... 4 Iris Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Iris screen...

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(1) Specifying Auto Iris Gain Top Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... To adjust the value, use either the auto iris gain adjustment trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence... The same auto iris gain value applies to all users...

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Note: The current iris gain value is retained even if you reset other settings as described in 3... 2... 1 Resetting Values... For this reason, you will no longer be able to view the default setting... If necessary, make a note of the default setting before adjusting this value...

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Press or ... Press left or right to switch the function to {High} or {Low}...

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Note: The iris may not fully close in some cases when the iris compensation is set to ON while an extender (2... 0) is used... If so, activate detection as described in Iris Close Detection ON/OFF...

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The iris cannot be fully closed when correction is active and an extender (2... 0) is used... As a countermeasure, you can specify a function to detect iris close and close the iris as needed...

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3... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Zoom screen...

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the zoom seesaw switch... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the analog demand thumb ring... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Enable or disable adjustment of the maximum drive unit zoom speed based on the zoom demand...

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3... 2... 6 Focus Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Focus screen...

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Note: These settings take effect when the curve selection switch on the focus demand is set toward FAR...

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Specifying the 3D Function (For information on specifying the 3D function, see the instruction manual of the BC-100 3D cable... ) Specifying Encoder Output Serial Communication with Camera ON/OFF

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Enable or disable encoder output as needed... Enabling output enables virtual connector output... For details, contact Canon or your dealer...

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Two types of cameralens interfaces are available: analog control or control via serial communication... This setting enables you to switch between auto control detection and analog control... By default, this setting is ON, enabling auto detection of whether serial or analog control is used... To restrict the interface to analog control, set it to OFF...

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3... 2... 8 Fol... Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Fol... screen...

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Note: As long as the Fol... screen is shown, the display will not turn off automatically after 2 minutes if left idle... To turn off the display, press the Display switch...

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Escape Operation Jump to user 0 setting status Hold down both the Display switch and Set key for at least 2 seconds...

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From *1 : Set key operation : Right key operation #12 : Only Zoom is shown for R type lenses...

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To access the Top screen, press the Display switch... A total of 14 items can be confi gured on the Top screen in Full mode... The fi rst screen displayed is referred to as the Initial Top screen... Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen...

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4... 1... 1 Selecting Full Mode Basic mode is the default mode, but Full mode can be accessed as follows...

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4... 1... 2 Top Screen A total of 14 items can be configured on the Top screen in Full mode, and 8 items are shown on the Initial Top screen... The other 6 can be accessed by pressing down to scroll down the screen... (See the following figure... ) Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen... (Shown in the figure below... *1)

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Adjust settings for up to ten users (09), to distinguish settings by user... Switch users from this screen, either to use or change the settings...

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User 19 Confi gure advanced settings for each user needed... Settings for the users can then be saved... User 0 User 0 is the default user... Thus, for this user you can adjust settings temporarily but not save them... Setting information is cleared when you switch to users 19 or turn the lens off... User 0 is used if you perform an escape operation... For details, see 4... 1... 16 Escape Operation... Selecting user 0 restores the default settings, except for the auto and remote iris gain values and encoder output setting...

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Press ... The mode switches, and the Initial Top screen in Basic mode is displayed...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... To adjust the value, use either the auto iris gain adjustment trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence... The same auto iris gain value applies to all users, regardless of the current user... Thus, there is no need to switch users in advance... Unlike most other setting adjustments, any changes to this setting also apply to user 0...

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Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... The same remote iris gain value applies to all users, regardless of the current user... Thus, there is no need to switch users in advance... Unlike most other setting adjustments, any changes to this setting also apply to user 0...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the zoom seesaw switch... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the analog demand thumb ring... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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4... Zoom speed control adjustments also apply to iris control, and you can specify the maximum iris speed... (See 4... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings: Specifying Maximum Zoom Speed Control... )

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Hold down both the Display switch and for at least 2 seconds... One of the following messages is displayed, depending on the current user before the operation...

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4... 2 Confi guration from the Menu Screen In Full mode, you can view and confi gure 34 setting items and a follow screen with three setting items that have relative values from the Menu screen... * Specifi cally, the Menu screen in Full mode is organized into 8 (or for R type lenses, 7) screens by function: User screen, Switch screen, Preset screen, Iris screen, Zoom screen, Focus screen (only for A type lenses), Info screen, and Fol... screen... Select [MENU] on the Top screen and press the Set key to access the User screen initially... Press left or right to access the 7 other screens... (See the following fi gure... )

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(1) Copying One Users Settings to Another Lens (2) Copying All Users Settings to Another Lens (3) Responding to Errors

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Important The new mode setting is retained even after the lens is turned off...

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Not supported Although settings cannot be saved, they can be changed temporarily... Switching users or turning the lens off will restore default values...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Initial Top Screen Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Note: Iris gain values, encoder output setting, and camera follow voltage adjustments are not reset... The current value is retained...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Settings are copied to the specifi ed user number, and the display reverts to Screen A...

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Setting information can be copied between information displays of drive units mounted on the display... You can copy either settings for individual users or for all users... Copying requires a dedicated cable, sold separately... For details, contact Canon or your dealer...

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*2: To avoid problems during copying, do not operate controls or press the Display switch on the source or target lenses... Do not perform other operations...

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1... Plug one end of the dedicated cable (20 pin20 pin) into the source lens and the other end into the 20-pin connector of the zoom/focus remote of the target lens...

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*2: To avoid problems during copying, do not operate controls or press the Display switch on the source or target lenses... Do not perform other operations...

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The message at left is displayed if the lenses are disconnected during copying, if a power outage occurs, or if a lens is turned off... In this case, copying is interrupted, which prevents the settings from being copied correctly...

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To ensure that configured functions cannot easily be changed, you can lock the settings of certain functions... Once functions are locked, they are locked for all users... For instructions on locking settings in Analog mode, see 5... Operation in Analog Mode...

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Note Passwords No master password is used on this model... The password you enter each time to lock settings is the password used to unlock them... For this reason, we recommend making a note of the password each time... If you forget the password, contact Canon or your dealer... Passwords can be blank or up to 8 digits...

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Enter the password and press ... The password you entered to lock settings is the password used to unlock them...

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Enter the password and press ... The password you entered to lock settings is the password used to unlock them...

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4... 2... 2 Switch Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Switch screen...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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4... Zoom speed control adjustments also apply to iris control, and you can specify the maximum iris speed... (See 4... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings: Specifying Maximum Zoom Speed Control... )

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4... 2... 3 Preset Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Preset screen...

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Zoom : Move the zoom position to the position in memory Focus : Move the focus position to the position in memory Z+F : Move the zoom and focus position to the position in memory

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Zoom : Move the zoom position to the position in memory Focus : Move the focus position to the position in memory Z+F : Move the zoom and focus position to the position in memory

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Confi gure the zoom speed from any position to the position in memory, as needed... To adjust the value, use either the Memo button (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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4... 2... 4 Iris Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Iris screen...

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(1) Specifying Auto Iris Gain Top Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... To adjust the value, use either the auto iris gain adjustment trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence... The same auto iris gain value applies to all users, regardless of the current user... Thus, there is no need to switch users in advance... Unlike most other setting adjustments, any changes to this setting also apply to user 0...

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(2) Specifying Remote Iris Gain Top Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... The same remote iris gain value applies to all users, regardless of the current user... Thus, there is no need to switch users in advance... Unlike most other setting adjustments, any changes to this setting also apply to user 0...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Note: The iris may not fully close in some cases when the iris compensation is set to ON while an extender (2... 0) is used... If so, activate detection as described in Iris Close Detection ON/OFF...

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The iris cannot be fully closed when correction is active and an extender (2... 0) is used... As a countermeasure, you can specify a function to detect iris close and close the iris as needed...

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4... 2... 5 Zoom Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Zoom screen...

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the zoom seesaw switch... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Confi gure the responsiveness of zoom speed adjustment in response to pressing the analog demand thumb ring... (Note: Another screen is displayed when this setting is confi gured... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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Important First, switch to the user for whom the settings apply... (For instructions, see 4... 1... 3 Switching Users or 4... 2... 1 User Screen Settings: Switching Users... )

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4... 2... 6 Focus Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Focus screen...

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Note: These settings take effect when the curve selection switch on the focus demand is set toward FAR...

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Specifying the 3D Function (For information on specifying the 3D function, see the instruction manual of the BC-100 3D

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Enable or disable encoder output as needed... Enabling output enables virtual connector output... For details, contact Canon or your dealer...

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Two types of cameralens interfaces are available: analog control or control via serial communication... This setting enables you to switch between auto control detection and analog control... By default, this setting is ON, enabling auto detection of whether serial or analog control is used... To restrict the interface to analog control, set it to OFF...

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4... 2... 8 Fol... Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the Fol... screen...

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Indicates values in the full range of mechanical iris, zoom, and focus operations, expressed as relative values in the range of 01000...

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Escape Operation Jump to user 0 setting status Hold down both the Display switch and Set key for at least 2 seconds...

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Switch AUX Fr1P VTR / RET / Fr1P / Fr1F / Fr2P / Fr2F / Sped / Shtl / NON AUX1 Shtl VTR / RET / Fr1P / Fr1F / Fr2P / Fr2F / Sped / Shtl / NON AUX2 Fr1P VTR / RET / Fr1P / Fr1F / Fr2P / Fr2F / Sped / Shtl / NON VTR VTR VTR / RET / Fr1P / Fr1F / Fr2P / Fr2F / Sped / Shtl RET RET VTR / RET / Fr1P / Fr1F / Fr2P / Fr2F / Sped / Shtl A/M Norm Norm / Reve / Auto / Manu SSaw Zoom Zoom / Iris

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To access the Top screen, press the Display switch... A total of 3 items can be confi gured on the Top screen in Analog mode... The fi rst screen displayed is referred to as the Initial Top screen... Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen...

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5... 1... 1 Selecting Analog Mode Basic mode is the default mode, but Analog mode can be accessed as follows... Use this mode for operation of a conventional analog drive unit... Digital functions are not available in this mode... Switches labeled VTR, RET, IRIS A/M, and IRIS INST control the respective functions... The rocker switch serves as a

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5... 1... 2 Top Screen A total of 3 items can be confi gured on the Top screen in Analog mode, as shown on the Initial Top screen... Status of some items can be checked simply by accessing this screen... (Shown in the fi gure below... *1)

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Although this value is factory-set, it can be adjusted as needed... To adjust the value, use either the auto iris gain adjustment trimmer (refer to the Lens Manual) or display operations... Regardless of the method of adjustment used, the most recent setting takes precedence... The same auto iris gain value applies to all users...

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Press ... The mode switches, and the Initial Top screen in Basic mode is displayed...

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In Analog mode, you can view and confi gure 2 setting items from the Menu screen... * From the Menu screen in Analog mode, you can access a User screen... Select [MENU] on the Top screen and press the Set key to access the User screen... (See the following fi gure... )

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5... 2... 1 User Screen Settings The following setting items can be confi gured on the User screen...

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Important The new mode setting is retained even after the lens is turned off...

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To ensure that confi gured functions cannot easily be changed, you can lock the settings of certain functions... Once functions are locked, they are locked for all users... Two display operations are available in Analog mode: auto iris gain adjustment and user switching... However, you cannot switch users when functions are locked, because this function is also locked... Unlocking functions requires the password used to lock them...

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Note Passwords No master password is used on this model... The password you enter each time to lock settings is the password used to unlock them... For this reason, we recommend making a note of the password each time... If you forget the password, contact Canon or your dealer... Passwords can be blank or up to 8 digits...

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Press up/down to fi nd characters and left/right to move the cursor or make corrections... Be careful not to press the Set key until you are fi nished entering the password...

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Escape Operation Jump to user 0 setting status Hold down both the Display switch and Set key for at least 2 seconds...

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AUX ... E30, E79

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Please contact your dealer or the contacts below, if you have questions on the products...

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CANON INC... 30-2, Shimomaruko 3-chome, Ohta-ku, Tokyo, 146-8501, Japan

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