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Exactly as described, the full user-manual (145 pages). Perfect.
VIDEO ADJUST screen (continued)
Item WDR BIAS Content Sets the low/mid luminance level of the Wide Dynamic Range â To brighten video with low/mid luminance: Increase the value â To darken video with low/mid luminance: Decrease the value [Setting range: -36 ~ 0 ~ 36] Sets the maximum value of the Wide Dynamic Range â To shoot a subject with large difference in brightness: Increase the value [Setting range: 0 ~ 15 ~ 36] Adjusts the output properties for the luminance level of the subject â To further sharpen a dark subject: Increase the value â To further sharpen a bright subject: Decrease the value WDR BRIGHT [Setting range: -18 ~ -3 ~ 18] Adjusts the brightness of the entire video. â To further brighten the entire video: Increase the value [Setting range: 100 ~ 104 ~ 150]
Default setting: LOW
Sets the maximum gain of AGC (Auto Gain Control). You can set this device to maximum gain by the use of the slow shutter. Refer to the chart below and set according to the subject. Setting : Gain
Gain Setting 0dB 10dB 22dB 28dB 34dB 40dB 46dB
OFF LOW MID HIGH SUPER (Ã2) EASY D/N
: Slow-speed shutter
E.g. When set to SUPER (Ã2) As the subject darkens, the 10dB to Ã2 slow-speed shutters operate to brighten the screen. * Sensitivity is increased when the slow-speed shutter is operating, but movement on the screen may appear a little stilted.
VIDEO ADJUST screen (continued)
â When raising the gain, noise will appear in the screen for dark areas. â When in a dark area and setting AGC MODE to SUPER (Ã2) and up: â¢ Video may temporarily lock or noise may be noticeable. â¢ The entire screen may temporarily change from a dark to a bright state. â¢ When especially dark, depending on light intensity, the Wide Dynamic Range (WDR) feature will not function. (The WDR feature will function in normal light intensities.) â¢ The right edge of the screen may temporarily jiggle. â If the EASY D/N mode is turned on, the mode changes automatically to black and white in dark places. As the sensitivity increases, the image may look grainy and white spots may appear. When changing modes, bright portions of image may be emphasized but this is not a failure of the camera.
Default setting: ATW
The white balance adjustment mode is selected. White balance can be adjusted for lighting with color temperature in the range between 2,500K and 10,000K. ATW : The unit will be in the Auto Tracking White Balance mode. The white balance will be adjusted automatically according to the color temperature of the lighting. AWB (SET) : When pressing the SET button (under 1 second), the white balance will be adjusted automatically for the current lighting (color temperature). The result of the white balance automatically adjusted will be stored in the unit memory. Use this setting when using the white balance that has been adjusted automatically. MANUAL.. : Use this setting when manually adjusting the white balance for the current lighting (color temperature). When pressing the SET button, the screen for manually adjusting the white balance appears. ( Page 34) The result of the white balance manually adjusted will be stored in the unit memory. Use this setting when using the white balance that has been adjusted manually.
â When adjusting the white balance for AWB (SET) or MANUAL, fill the entire screen with a white subject (such as paper, cloth, etc.). â If proper colors cannot be achieved in the ATW mode, use the AWB (SET) or MANUAL mode. â In some cases, proper white balance may not be achieved even in the MANUAL mode for artificial lightning such as fluorescent lighting, etc.