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A readjustment might be necessary depending on the configuration of the shooting object or the lens installed. To perform a readjustment, the AGC switch on the back of the unit should be turned OFF before adjusting the LEVEL. Turn the AGC on again when the adjustment has been completed. â¢ LEVEL adjustment Monitor screen Direction of Rotation of LEVEL control
Too bright Too dark Anti-clockwise, towards L (Low) Clockwise, towards H (High)
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â¢ If the sensitivity adjustment LEVEL is turned too far to L, the sensitivity will increase due to the AGC function of the camera, making the image look grainy.
Back focus adjustment
Back focus has been optimally adjusted at the factory for CS-mount lenses, but it may need re-adjustment if the mount is changed for C-mount lenses. If required, adjust as follows:
â¢ With a fixed-focus lens If the focus can not be adjusted correctly by rotating the lens focus ring, adjust the back focus as follows. 1. Loosen the back focus locking screw by turning it anti-clockwise ( ) with a screwdriver. 2. Point the camera at a test pattern. 3. Turn the lens focus ring to '. 4. Turn the back focus adjustment ring to find optimum focus. 5. Tighten the back focus locking screw by turning it clockwise ( ). â¢ With a zoom lens If the lens does not track (loses focus) at any point in the zoom range, adjust as follows: 1. Loosen the back focus locking screw by turning it anti-clockwise ( ) with a screwdriver. 2. Point the camera at a comparatively dark scene with thin lines. 3. Set the lens to the maximum telephoto position, and adjust the lens focus. 4. Set the lens to the maximum wide-angle position, and turn the back focus ring to adjust the focus. (Repeat steps 2 and 3 two or three times.) 5. Tighten the back focus locking screw by turning it clockwise ( ).
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SETTING SWITCH (The illustration shows the factory-set default settings.)
To set the camera in LL mode for synchronization with the power supply frequency, do the following : 1. Turn switch 2 to âLLâ; 2. Press the + or â button 1 to make the phase variable. Adjust with the button 1 so that the vertical phase of the camera matches the vertical phase of another camera (or system) with a multi-channel oscilloscope. To reset the setting, press the + and â buttons 1 simultaneously. U type : 60Hz power region only E/EG type : 50Hz power region only
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White balance can be adjusted within the scope of 2300 K to 10000 K color temperature. When switch 3 is at ATW (Auto-Tracking White Balance), the white balance is automatically adjusted according to the color temperature of the ambient illumination. When the white balance is set to AWB (Auto White Balance), press and hold the SET button 7 for 2 seconds to adjust or readjust the white balance. Once the white balance is adjusted, the setting will not track changes in the color temperature of the ambient illumination.
BLC (Back Light Compensation)
The switch 4 helps to rectify the situation where a subject appears dark because of backlighting. Set this switch to ON for strongly backlit subjects.
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AES (Automatic Electronic Shutter)
Turning this switch 5 âONâ when a lens with a manual iris diaphragm is used enables the automatic adjustment of image brightness. In this case the shutter speed changes according to the brightness of the subject.
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Hunting may occur at a certain object brightness due to the mechanism of the AES circuit, but this is not a fault.
AGC (Automatic Gain Control)
The switch 6 automatically increases the cameraâs sensitivity when the level of ambient light drops. ON: AGC is activated. OFF: AGC is not activated.
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: 1/3-inch interline-transfer CCD TK-C750U : 510 (H) = 492 (V) TK-C750E/TK-C751EG : 500 (H) = 582 (V) Synchronization method : Internal Line lock (U type: 60 Hz, E/EG type: 50 Hz, regions only) Scanning frequency : U type : (H) 15.734 kHz, (V) 59.94 Hz E/EG type : (H) 15.625 kHz, (V) 50 Hz Resolution : 330 TV line (H) Typ. VIDEO OUT : Composite video signal 1 V(p-p), 75 1, unbalanced Video S/N ratio : 50 dB (AGC OFF) Minimum required illumination : 0.28 lx typ (F1.2, 25%), 0.55 lx typ (F1.2, 50%) Lens mount : C/CS mount Power supply : TK-C750U : AC 24 V ` 60 Hz, DC 12 V }, 3.3 W and power consumption TK-C750E : AC 24 V ` 50 Hz/60 Hz, DC 12 V }, 270 mA TK-C751EG : AC 220 V - 240 V ` 50 Hz/60 Hz, 42 mA Ambient temperature : â10 ËC to 50 ËC (operation) 0 ËC to 40 ËC (recommended) Mass : TK-C750 : 340 g TK-C751 : 680 g Provided accessory : WARRANTY CARD (TK-C750U only) ... =1 DIMENSIONS (Unit: mm) (Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.)
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