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: LEAD FREE MARK Unleaded solder has the following characteristics. Unleaded solder melts at a temperature about 40C higher than ordinary solder. Ordinary soldering irons can be used but the iron tip has to be applied to the solder joint for a slightly longer time. Soldering irons using a temperature regulator should be set to about 350C. Caution: The printed pattern (copper foil) may peel away if the heated tip is applied for too long, so be careful! Strong viscosity Unleaded solder is more viscous (sticky, less prone to flow) than ordinary solder so use caution not to let solder bridges occur such as on IC pins, etc. Usable with ordinary solder It is best to use only unleaded solder but unleaded solder may also be added to ordinary solder.
TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. SERVICE NOTE
1-1. SERVICE NOTE 1-1 1. POWER SUPPLY DURING REPAIRS 1-1 2. TO TAKE OUT A CASSETTE WHEN NOT EJECT (FORCE EJECT) 1-1 3. NOTES ON HANDLING THE OPTICAL PICK-UP 1-1 4. PRECAUTION FOR CHECKING EMISSION OF LASER DIODE 1-1 1-2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1-2 1. SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION 1-2 2. SELF-DIAGNOSIS DISPLAY 1-2 3. SELF-DIAGNOSIS CODE TABLE 1-2 PD-188 (1/2)(LCD DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-13 PD-188 (2/2)(BACKLIGHT DRIVE) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-15 LB-084 (EVF CONNECTOR, EVF BACK LIGHT) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-17 FP-608 (USB, LANC) FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-18 MA-420 (PITCH/YAW SENSOR, REMOTE SENSOR, MIC) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-19 CK-127 (CONNECTOR, FUNCTION SWITCH) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-21 FB-220 (FUNCTION SWITCH) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-23 FP-610 (EXT MIC) FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-23 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (KP-CX5500, PS-CX5500) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-25 Shematic diagram of the MD-097, SS-174T and VC307 board are not shown. Pages from 4-27 to 4-78 are not shown. FP-611 (AUDIO/VIDEO JACK) FLEXIBLE SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 4-79 4-3. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS CD-428 (CCD IMAGER) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-83 PD-188 (LCD DRIVE, BACKLIGHT DRIVE) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-85 LB-084 (EVF CONNECTOR, EVF BACK LIGHT) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-87 FB-220 (FUNCTION SWITCH) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-87 MA-420 (PITCH/YAW SENSOR, REMOTE SENSOR, MIC) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-89 CK-127 (CONNECTOR, FUNCTION SWITCH) PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-91 FP-612 (PANEL REVERSE) FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-91 FP-608 (USB, LANC) FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-93 FP-609 (PLUNGER, EJECT) FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-93 FP-610 (EXT MIC) FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-93 FP-611 (AUDIO/VIDEO JACK) FLEXIBLE PRINTED WIRING BOARD 4-93 Printed wiring board of the MD-097, SS-174T and VC-307 board are not shown. Pages from 4-95 to 4-104 are not shown. 4-4. WAVEFORMS 4-105
2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4. 2-5. 2-6. 2-7. 2-8. 2-9. 2-10. 2-11. 2-12. 2-13. 2-14. 2-15. 2-16. 2-17. 2-18. 2-19. 2-20. 2-21. 2-22. 2-23. 2-24. 2-25. 2-26. 2-27.
F PANEL SECTION 2-2 MA-420 BOARD 2-2 CABINET (R) SECTION 2-3 SIDE CABINET (25) ASSEMBLY 2-4 P CABINET (C)(25M) ASSEMBLY 2-5 LCD UNIT 2-6 PD-188 BOARD 2-6 LIQUID CRYSTAL INDICATOR MODULE 2-7 LCD HINGE ASSEMBLY 2-7 CK-127 BOARD 2-8 FB-220 BOARD 2-8 LOUD SPEAKER (1.6 cm) 2-9 TRIPOD (LARGE) 2-9 CONTROL SWTICH BLOCK (KP-CX5500), CABINET (R) (25) ASSEMBLY 2-10 BATTERY PANEL SECTION 2-10 EVF SECTION 2-11 LB-084 BOARD (REMOVING OF THE EVF)-1 2-12 LB-084 BOARD (REMOVING OF THE EVF)-2 2-13 LB-084 BOARD (REMOVING OF THE EVF)-3 2-14 LENS SECTION 2-15 LENS DEVICE (LSV-650E) 2-16 VC-307 BOARD 2-17 MD-097 BLOCK ASSEMBLY 2-19 CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK (PS-CX5500) 2-20 FP-609 FLEXIBLE BOARD 2-21 CIRCUITE BOARDS LOCATION 2-22 FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION 2-23 Disassembling procedure of MD-097 block assembly are not shown. Pages from 2-24 to 2-26 are not shown.
5 Screw (M1.7 2.5), lock ace, p2
2-18.LB-084 BOARD (REMOVING OF THE EVF)-2
Visibility knob (40)
VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly To raise the VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly, insert a flat head (-) screwdriver into the position shown by the arrow. VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly
3 B 5 C
1 Tapping screw (M1.7 3.5)
VF slide cabinet (lower)
2 Open the lock of the VF slide cabinet (lower) in the direction of the arrow A, 3 while slanting the VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly in the direction of the arrow B, 4 remove the Visibility knob (40) from the VF slide cabinet (lower), and 5 remove the VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly by sliding it in the direction of the arrow C.
RE-ASSEMBLING THE VF SLIDE CABINET
1 VF slide assembly
2 Align the dotted portion of the VF slide assembly with the dotted line of the VF slide cabinet (lower).
When re-assembling, slide the Visibility knob (40) to the fully right-end beforehand. Visibility knob (40) When re-assembling is completed, the VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly and the VF slide cabinet (lower) are assembled as shown. VF slide cabinet (upper) assembly
3 Slide the VF slide cabinet assembly up to the position in the direction of the arrow where the two claws are locked.
4 Tapping screw (M1.7 3.5)
VF slide cabinet (lower) VF slide cabinet (lower) Two claws
2-19.LB-084 BOARD (REMOVING OF THE EVF)-3
1 Two screws (M1.7 2.5), lock ace, p2
2 Pull out the VF slide assembly fully in the direction of the arrow.
VF slide Cabinet (upper) assembly
VF slide assembly, etc.
A 3 Slide the VF slide cabinet assembly and others once to the deep end, then slant them in the direction of the arrow A to release the claw portion of the VF slide assembly and finally pull them out in the direction of the arrow B and remove them.
6 Remove the LCD cabinet assembly and others from the two dowels and cut-outs of the VF slide assembly.
When attach the Sheet (VF), fold the FP-603 flexible board as shown in the illustration. FP-603 flexible board Sheet (VF)
VF slide assembly
4 Screw (M1.7 2.5), lock ace, p2 Cut-outs
qs Lamp guide (40) qj LCX032AN-5 (16P) 7 Sheet (VF) qa Cushion LB (40) q; Two craws 8 FP-603 flexible board qh LCD cabinet assembly qg LCX032AN-5 qf Prism sheet (40) 9 Two craws qd Illuminator (40)
A 4.6V AU 4.6V EP 4.6V DRV A4.6V L4028 L4018 L60
IMG VH IMG VL
S007 POWER 30 30
V CONT LANC DC
INQ4015 SWITCHING L4002 D 2.5V DRV MT 4.6V MT 4.6V Q4039 2.5V REG L4009 LQ4017 SWITCHING L4003 L4027 WG1 D 2.5V WG1 A 2.5V A 2.5V DRV MT 4.6V DRV A 4.6V WG1 D 2.5V WG1 A 2.5V A 2.5V D 2.5V 1 A 2.8V D 1.5V D 2.8V
J9001 LANC 10 LANC DC
TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM(3/3)
VSOFT 2.5V REG 3
3.1V REG 7 Q4038
3.1 V REG
D 3.1V IMG VH
Q4026 13.5 V REG
IMG VL D4006 RECT
D9051 LED 6
Q4901,4902 PLUNGER DRIVE CN4907
D 2.8V PLG VCC
VTR DD ON
3-6. POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (2/3)
CN1007 EP 13.5V
VC-307 BOARD (2/2)
LB-084 BOARD INTELLIGENT ACCESSORY SHOE
LCD901 2.5INCH COLOR LCD UNIT
EP 2.8V EP 13.5V L2203 CN2201
EP 4.6V EP 2.8V
COLOR LCD UNIT
CN1008 SHOE UNREG SHOE UNREG
(1/2) (10/18) (10/18)
20 EP 4.6V D 2.8V
TIMING GENERATOR 8
BACK LIGHT DRIVE RGB DRIVE
TIMING GENERATOR 14 POFF ND901 BACKLIGHT
INVERTER BACK LIGHT DRIVE
BL HIGH CN6101
AUDIO I/O MT 4.6V AU 4.6V AU 2.8V AU 4.6V AU 2.8V Q2307 REG SP VCC
AUDIO D/A CONV. A/D CONV.
ZM RST LED FC RST LED
D 2.8V D 1.5V
CAM DD ON 189
TO POWER BLOCK DIAGRAM (1/3)(MD-097)
HI CONTROL DIGITAL STILL CONTROL
32Mbit FLASH MEMORY
DVD SYSTEM CONTROL
CHASSIS GND S002 EXPOSURE
POWER ZOOM 14P LNDLNDZOOM_AD D_2.8V XS/S_SW POWER_VCC POWER_LED CHARGE_LED_ON VTR_UNREG XRHOTO_STBY_SW XCAM_ON_SW XVTR_ON_SW XPHOTO_FREEZE KEY_AD0 REG_GND TO VC-307 BOARD (17/18) CN1002 LNDLND004 W D002 POWER LNDLNDLNDLND008 CHG D001 TLOU1008(T05,SOY) 8 LNDLNDLNDLNDLND013 (MOVIE) (PLAY/EDIT) (STILL) LNDREG_GND
6P 6 LNDLNDREG_GND DIAL_B REG_GND DIAL_A LND003 FOCUS TO CK-127 BOARD CN5205
S001 ADJUSTMENT NEAR+ FARLND002 LND001
CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(KP-CX5500) is replaced as a block. So that this PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.
S007 POWER ON OFF(CHG)
LND015 CHASSIS GND
CONTROL SWITCH BLOCK(PS-CX5500) is replaced as a block. So that this PRINTED WIRING BOARD is omitted.
Schematic diagram of the MD-097, SS-174T and VC-307 boards are not shown. Pages from 4-27 to 4-78 are not shown.
For Schematic Diagram Refer to page 4-94 for printed wiring board of FP-611 flexible board.
FP-611 FLEXIBLE BOARD
FP-611 FLEXIBLE A
8P REG_GND VIDEO_I/O TO VC-307 BOARD (17/18) CN1009 AV_JACK_IN REG_GND AUDIO_R_I/O REG_GND AUDIO_L_I/O REG_GND 1
LD9151 LDLDLDLDLDLDLDD9151 01ZA8.2(TPL3) D9152 01ZA8.2(TPL3)
FB9152 0uH FB9153 0uH
C SIGNAL PATH
CD-428 BOARD PD-188 BOARD LB-084 BOARD FB-220 BOARD MA-420 BOARD CK-127 BOARD FP-612 FLEXIBLE BOARD FP-608/609/610/611 FLEXIBLE BOARD
COMMON NOTE FOR PRINTED WIRING BOARDS MOUNTED PARTS LOCATION CIRCUIT BOARDS LOCATION
WAVEFORMS FLEXIBLE BOARDS LOCATION
THIS NOTE IS COMMON FOR WIRING BOARDS (In addition to this, the necessary note is printed in each block)
(For printed wiring boards) : Uses unleaded solder. : Pattern from the side which enables seeing. (The other layers patterns are not indicated) Through hole is omitted. Circled numbers refer to waveforms. There are a few cases that the part printed on diagram isnt mounted in this model. C: panel designation
Ref. No. LCD902
Part No. 3-080-614-01 3-080-198-11 X-3953-119-1 3-080-617-11 X-3953-602-1 3-078-890-01 3-074-433-01 X-3953-603-2 8-753-036-70
Description SHEET (40), PRISM SCREW(M1.7),LOCK ACE,P2 CABINET ASSY, LCD CABINET (LOWER), VF SLIDE CABINET (UPPER) ASSY, VF SLIDE SCREW, TAPPING LABEL, COLOR (VF) EYE CUP (55) ASSY LCX032ANA-5
5-1-5. MD SECTION
Cabinet (L) section (See page 5-8)
213 Refer to LEVEL 3
Exploded views of MD-097 block assy. (Pages 5-11 and 5-12)
Ref. No. 206 207
Part No. 3-078-889-11 3-084-658-01 A-7078-812-A 3-080-204-21 CAUTION
Description SCREW (M1.7) FRAME, JK FP-611 BOARD, COMPLETE SCREW, TAPPING, P2 TAPE (0716)
Ref. No. 212 213
Part No. 3-084-742-01 3-084-662-01 3-080-198-31 3-087-264-01 A-7078-813-A
Description BASE (650), NS BLIND, ZOOM SCREW(M1.7),LOCK ACE,P2 SHEET, INSULATING, VC VC-307 (960) BOARD, COMPLETE (SERVICE)
3-084-743-01 KNOB (650), NS
A-7111-651-A MP-097 BLOCK ASSY (SERVICE)
CAUTION : For the parts of 206 : TAPE (0716) (3-084-668-01) cut WOVEN (T0.25), FABRIC NON (3-076-631-01) into the desired length and use it.
5-1-6. CABINET (L) SECTION
Ref. No. 259
Part No. 3-078-890-01 A-7078-811-A 3-084-664-01 X-3953-601-3 X-3953-598-2 3-068-457-01 3-973-497-91 3-080-204-01 X-3953-599-1
Description SCREW, TAPPING FP-609 BOARD, COMPLETE SHEET METAL, PWB RETAINER CABINET (L) ASSY FRAME ASSY, EJECT SHAFT, STRAP SCREW (M1.7), 0-NO. +P 2 SCREW, TAPPING, P2 HINGE ASSY, D LID
Ref. No. 268
Part No. 3-087-322-01 3-084-764-01 3-084-737-01 3-084-771-01 A-7078-800-A CAUTION 1-477-795-11 3-080-204-21 3-084-645-01
Description SCREW (M1.7), EG GRIP, P2 COVER, D LID CLAW, LID LOCK BELT, GRIP FP-608 BOARD, COMPLETE TAPE (0716) SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (PS-CX5500) SCREW, TAPPING, P2 COVER (L), JACK
CAUTION : For the parts of 265 : TAPE (0716) (3-084-668-01) cut WOVEN (T0.25), FABRIC NON (3-076-631-01) into the desired length and use it.
5-1-7. CABINET (R) SECTION
FB -22 0
LCD section (See page 5-10)
316 B 319 313
CAUTION 1 : Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type.
: BT5201 (Lithium battery) CK-127 board on the mount position. (See page 4-91)
Ref. No. 313 Part No. 3-055-257-11 X-3953-607-1 3-078-890-01 1-688-707-11 A-7078-807-A CAUTION2 1-688-712-11 3-084-697-01 3-078-889-11 A-7078-809-A Description TRIPOD (LARGE) FRAME (25) ASSY, BOTTOM SCREW, TAPPING FP-602 FLEXIBLE BOARD CK-127 (25) BOARD, COMPLETE TAPE (0716) FP-607 FLEXIBLE BOARD SHEET METAL, FB RETAINER SCREW (M1.7) FP-610 BOARD, COMPLETE Ref. No. SP901 Part No. 3-080-204-21 1-477-796-11 X-3953-604-1 X-3953-638-1 3-084-693-01 3-084-706-01 4-942-636-01 3-084-696-01 3-084-817-31 CAUTION2 Description SCREW, TAPPING, P2 SWITCH BLOCK, CONTROL (KP-CX5500) CABINET (R) (25) ASSY (DVD100) CABINET (R) (25) ASSY (DVD100E) COVER (U), JACK CUSHION (25), PANEL EMBLEM (NO.3.5), SONY SPRING, HINGE BLIND SCREW (M1.7), SCOTCH GRIP, P2 TAPE (HS)
Procedure Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Check that the whole of the screen is white. Perform the following adjustments.
Processing after Completing Adjustments After completing Auto White Balance Standard Data Input, Auto White Balance Adjustment and White Balance Check, release the data setting. Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Set the data. Set the data.
Note5: The adjustment data will be automatically input to page: F, address: 1A to 1D.
14. Auto White Balance Adjustment Adjust to the proper auto white balance output data. If it is not correct, auto white balance and color reproducibility will be poor. Subject Clear chart (All white frame) Filter Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Filter C14 for color temperature correction Display data of page 1 (Note3) Adjustment remote commander F 1E to 21, 2E to 31 R ratio : 2B80 to 2C00 (NTSC) 2B80 to 2C00 (PAL) B ratio : 58C0 to 5940 (NTSC) 58C0 to 5940 (PAL)
Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data 02
Procedure Set the data. Check that the whole of the screen is white. If not, perform 12. Picture Frame Setting (All White Frame). Place the C14 filter for color temperature correction on the lens. Set the data. Set the following data, and press PAUSE button. 2B (NTSC), 2B (PAL) Set the following data, and press PAUSE button. C0 (NTSC), C0 (PAL) Set the following data, and press PAUSE button. 59 (NTSC), 59 (PAL) Set the following data, and press PAUSE button. 00 (NTSC), 00 (PAL)
F 01 2E 01
Note1: This adjustment should be carried out upon completion of Auto White Balance Standard Data Input. Note2: The data of page: 0, address: 10 must be 00. Note3: Check that the data of page: 6, address: 02 is 00. If not, to page: 6, address: 01, set data: 00, and press the PAUSE button. Note4: Displayed data of page 1 of the adjustment remote commander. 1 : XX : XX
Note5: NTSC model: DCR-DVD100 PAL model: DCR-DVD100E
Switch setting: 1) MODE... MOVIE ( ) 2) NIGHT SHOT... OFF 3) FOCUS... MANUAL 4) DIGITAL ZOOM (Menu setting). OFF 5) STEADY SHOT (Menu setting).. OFF
Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Check that the data changes to 01. (Note6) Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Set the data. Check that the display data (Note4) satisfies the R ratio specified value. Set the data. Check that the display data (Note4) satisfies the B ratio specified value.
Procedure Pitch sensor check (MA-420 board SE5502) Set the data. Check that the display data (Note1) satisfies the specified value. (Note3) Yaw sensor check (MA-420 board SE5501)
Set the data. Check that the display data (Note1) satisfies the specified value. (Note3) Set the data. Move the camcorder, and check that the steady shot operations have been performed normally
Note3: Dont move the camcoder.
1-4. COLOR ELECTRONIC VIEWFINDER SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT
Note1: When replacing the LCD unit, be careful to prevent damages caused by static electricity. Note2: Before performing the adjustments, check the data of page: 0, address: 10 is 00. If not, set data: 00 to this address. Note3: As the PANEL CLOSE switch is attached to the cabinet (R), this cabinet must be attached when performing adjustments. If you perform the adjustments with cabinet (R) removed, set the following data. 1) Select page: 3, address: 00, and set data: 00. 2) Select page: 3, address: 02, set data: 02, and press PAUSE button. Reset the data after completing adjustment. 1) Select page: 3, address: 00, and set data: 00. 2) Select page: 3, address: 02, set data: 00, and press PAUSE button. Note4: NTSC model: DCR-DVD100 PAL model: DCR-DVD100E
Remove the CPC lid (bottom).
Switch setting: LCD panel... Closed [Adjusting connector] Most of the measuring points for adjusting the viewfinder system are concentrated in CN1003 of VC-307 board. Connect the Measuring Instruments via the CPC-8 jig (J-6082-388A). The following table shows the Pin No. and signal name of CN1003. Pin No.
Pin No. 17 19
Signal Name GND PANEL VG XHD/PSIG EVF VCO D 3.1V MS XIN MS BS MS SCLK C PIO5 S TXD
Pin No. 18 20
Signal Name GND H START EVF VG EVF BL LANC SIG MS DIO MS VCC ON ACCESS LED C PIO4 S RXD
1. VCO Adjustment (VC-307 board) Set the VCO free-run frequency. If deviated, the EVF screen will be blurred. Mode MOVIE ( ) Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Arbitrary Pin 7 of CN1003 (EVF VCO) Frequency counter B 51, 52 f = 15734 30Hz (NTSC) f = 15625 30Hz (PAL)
Note1: The data of page: 0, address: 10 must be 00. Note2: Refer to Table 6-3-1. Hexadecimal-decimal Conversion Table.
Adjusting method for NTSC model: Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data. 2 B 51 Change the data and set the VCO frequency (f) to the specified value. Press PAUSE button. Read the data, and this data is named D51. Convert D51 to decimal notation, and obtain D51. (Note2) Calculate D52 using following equations (Decimal calculation) When DD52 = D51 + 24 When D51 > 231 D52 = 255 Convert D 52 to a hexadecimal number, and obtain D52. (Note2) B 01 DSet the data, and press PAUSE button. Set the data.
Adjusting method for PAL model: Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data. 2 B 52 Change the data and set the VCO frequency (f) to the specified value. Press PAUSE button. Read the data, and this data is named D52. Convert D52 to decimal notation, and obtain D52. (Note2) Calculate D51 using following equations (Decimal calculation) When DD51 = DWhen D52 < 24 D51 = 0 Convert D51 to a hexadecimal number, and obtain D51. (Note2) B 01 DSet the data, and press PAUSE button. Set the data.
Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data. 2 B 63 Change the data so that the brightness of the section A and that of the section B is equal. (Note3) Subtract 2 from the data. (Note3) 00 Press PAUSE button. Set the data.
Note3: The data should be 80 to BF.
8. White Balance Adjustment (PD-188 board) Correct the white balance. If deviated, the reproduction of the LCD screen may degenerate. Mode MOVIE ( ) Subject Measurement Point Measuring Instrument Adjustment Page Adjustment Address Specified Value Arbitrary Check on LCD screen B 67, 68 The LCD screen should not be colored.
Note1: Check the white balance only when replacing the following parts. If necessary, adjust them. 1. LCD panel 2. Light induction plate 3. IC6001 Note2: The data of page: 0, address: 10 must be 00.
Adjusting method: Order Page Address Data Procedure Set the data. 4 B B B 68 7D 65 Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Set the data, and press PAUSE button. Check that the LCD screen is not colored. If not colored, proceed to step 10. Change the data so that the LCD screen is not colored. Press PAUSE button. Change the data so that the LCD screen is not colored. Press PAUSE button. If the LCD screen is colored, repeat steps 5 to 9. 00 Set the data.
6-2. VIDEO SECTION ADJUSTMENT
2-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS
Use the following measuring instruments for video section adjustments. 2-1-1. 1) 2) Equipment to Required
TV monitor Oscilloscope (dual-phenomenon, band width above 30 MHz with delay mode) (Unless specified otherwise, use a 10:1 probe.) 3) Frequency counter 4) Pattern generator with video output terminal 5) Audio generator 6) Audio level meter 7) Audio distortion meter 8) Audio attenuator 9) Adjustment remote commander (J-6082-053-B) 10) Extension cable (100P 0.5mm) (J-6082-352-A) For extension between the MD-097 board (CN4902) and the VC-307 board (CN1008) 11) CPC-8 jig (J-6082-388-A)
Precautions on Adjusting
Note1: Before performing the adjustments, check the data of page: 0, address: 10 is 00. If not, set data: 00 to this address.
The adjustments of this unit are performed in the PLAY mode or MOVIE mode. To set to the PLAY mode, set the mode dial to PLAY/EDIT ( ) or set the Forced PLAY mode using the adjusting remote commander (Note2). To set to the MOVIE mode, set the mode dial to MOVIE ( ) or set the Forced MOVIE mode using the adjusting remote commander (Note3). After completing adjustments, be sure to exit the Forced MOVIE Mode or Forced Camera Power ON Mode. (Note5) The front panel block (Microphones, MA-420 board (S VIDEO jack, remote commander receiver, infrared LED, angular velocity sensors)) need not be connected except for the case that the S VIDEO jack is used. To remove it, disconnect the following connector. MA-420 board CN5503 (22P, 0.5mm) Cabinet (R) (CK-127 board, LCD block) need not be connected. But removing the cabinet (R) (disconnecting the VC-307 board CN1007) means removing the lithium 3V power supply (CK127 board, BT5201), data such as date, time, user-set menus will be lost. After completing adjustments, reset these data. But, the self-diagnosis data and the data on history of use (user initial power on date, final condensation occurrence data) will be kept even if the cabinet (R) has been removed. (Refer to 63.Service Mode for the data on the history use and the selfdiagnosis data.) To remove the cabinet (R), disconnect the following connectors. VC-307 board CN1007 (39P, 0.3mm) The EVF block (LB-084 board) need not be connected. To remove it, disconnect the following connector. VC-307 board CN2201 (20P, 0.5mm) The intelligent accessory shoe need not be connected. To remove it, disconnect the following connector. VC-307 board CN1001 (10P, 0.5mm) The lens block (CD-428 board) need not be connected. To remove it, disconnect the following connectors. VC-307 board CN1301 (24P, 0.5mm) VC-307 board CN1201 (24P, 0.5mm) VC-307 board CN1010 (2P, 0.8mm) By setting the Forced PLAY mode or the Forced MOVIE mode, the video section can be operate even if the control switch block (PS-CX5500) has been removed. When removing it, disconnect the following connector. VC-307 board CN1002 (14P, 0.5mm) To open the VC-307 board, use the following extension cable between the VC-307 board CN1008 and MD-097 board CN4901. J-6082-352-A (100P, 0.5mm)
7. Record of Use check Page 7 Address A4 to AC
Note1: This data will be kept even if the lithium battery (CK-127 board BT5201 of the cabinet (R) assembly) is removed. Note2: The data of page: 0, address: 10 must be 00.
Address A4 A5 A6 A7 A8 A9 AA AB AC
Function User initial power on date (BCD code) Final condensation occurrence data (BCD code) Fault of writing to or erasing the flash memory (VC-307 board IC3401 )(BCD code)
Remarks Year Month Day Year Month Day Year Month Day After setting the clock, set the date of power on next
Using method: 1) The record of use data is displayed at addresses: A4 to AC.
8. Record of Self-diagnosis check Page 7 Address B0 to C6
Address B0 B1 B2 B4 B5 B6 B8 B9 BA BC BD BE C0 C1 C2 C4 C5 C6
Self-diagnosis code Repaired by code (Occurred 1st time) *1 Block function code (Occurred 1st time) Detailed code (Occurred 1st time) Repaired by code (Occurred 2nd time) *1 Block function code (Occurred 2nd time) Detailed code (Occurred 2nd time) Repaired by code (Occurred 3rd time) *1 Block function code (Occurred 3rd time) Detailed code (Occurred 3rd time) Repaired by code (Occurred 4th time) *1 Block function code (Occurred 4th time) Detailed code (Occurred 4th time) Repaired by code (Occurred 5th time) *1 Block function code (Occurred 5th time) Detailed code (Occurred 5th time) Repaired by code (Occurred the last time) *1 Block function code (Occurred the last time) Detailed code (Occurred the last time) *1: 01 t C, 03 t E
Using method: 1) The past self-diagnosis codes are displayed at addresses: BC to C6. Refer to SELF-DIAGNOSIS FUNCTION for detail of the self-diagnosis code except for the code being written in the following table. Self-diagnosis Code Repaired by: E E Block Function Detailed Code Symptom/State Correction
Data on A page or D page are Make data on A page and D rewritten. page correct value. Fault of writing to or erasing the Inspect the flash memory flash memory (VC-307 board IC3401)
Note: When the fault of writing to or erasing the flash memory (E:94:00) is displayed. After repair, clear the error information in the following method. 1) Select page:0, address:01, and set data:01. 2) Select page:7, address:00, and set data:EE. 3) Select page:7, address:01, set data:EE and press the PAUSE button. 4) Check that the data of page:7, address:02, changes from 00 to 01. 5) Select page:0, address:01, and set data:00.
OPTICAL AXIS FRAME
Take a copy of OPTICAL AXIS FRAME with a clear sheet for use.
FOR CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION ADJUSTMENT
Take a copy of CAMERA COLOR REPRODUCTION FRAME with a clear sheet for use.
For PAL model
Ver. 1.0 Date 2003.08 History Official Release Contents S.M. Rev. issued
Ver 1.0 2004. 04
Before starting adjustments
CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS
PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMS VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ERROR INITIALIZATION OF DATA
Use this Service Manual together with the Automatic Adjustment Program (DSC-P100_P120 Auto-Adj Ver1.r.exe) and the Color Shading Adjustment Program (W1P100ColorShade.exe).
Note:  (numeric value) of the file name varies depending on the version of Automatic Adjustment Program.
CONTENTS 1. SERVICE NOTE 2. DISASSEMBLY 3. BLOCK DIAGRAMS 4. PRINTED WIRING BOARDS AND SCHEMATIC DIAGRAMS LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 a a OVERALL POWER CD-511 FLEXIBLE, CH-146, SY-104 BOARD ST-105 FLEXIBLE, ST-102, MS-207 FLEXIBLE, JK-266 FLEXIBLE EXPLODED VIEWS ELECTRICAL PARTS a (CH-146, SY-104 BOARD)
2004D0500-1 2004.4 Published by DI CS Strategy Div
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section Title Page Section Title Page
1-6-2. Precautions When an Error Occurred 6-24 1-7. Initialization of Data 6-25 1. Initializing All Page Data 6-25 2. Initializing Single Page Data 6-25 6-2. Service Mode 6-26 1. Setting the Test Mode 6-26 2. Bit Value Discrimination 6-26 3. LED Check 6-27 4. Switch Check (1) 6-27 5. Switch Check (2) 6-28 6. Mode Dial Check 6-28 7. Self Diagnosis Code 6-28 * The color reproduction frame is shown on page 6-29.
Before Starting Adjustment 6-1 1-1. Adjusting Items When Replacing Main Parts and Boards 6-2 6-1. Camera Section Adjustments 6-3 1-1. Preparations Before Adjustments 6-3 1-1-1. List of Service Tools 6-3 1-1-2. Preparations 6-4 1-1-3. Precautions 6-5 1. Setting the Switch 6-5 2. Subjects 6-5 3. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box 6-6 1-1-4. Using Method of SEUS 6-7 1. Connection 6-7 2. Operation 6-7 1-1-5. Precaution on Use of SEUS 6-7 1-2. Adjustment Programs 6-8 1-2-1. Automatic Adjustment Program 6-8 1. Precautions When Using Automatic Adjustment Program 6-8 2. Start of Automatic Adjustment Program 6-8 3. Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen 6-8 1-2-2. Color Shading Adjustment Program 6-9 1. Application Environment 6-9 2. Installation Method 6-9 3. Notes When Using the Color Shading Adjustment Program 6-9 4. Starting Method of Color Shading Adjustment Program 6-9 5. Screen and Function of Each Button of Color Shading Adjustment Program 6-9 1-3. Video System Adjustments 6-10 1-3-1. Function of Each Button on Video System Adjustment Screen 6-10 1-3-2. Adjustment Items of Video System Adjustment 6-10 1-3-3. Adjusting Method 6-11 1-4. Camera System Adjustments 6-12 1-4-1. Function of Each Button on Camera System Adjustment Screen 6-12 1-4-2. Adjustment Items of Camera System Adjustment 6-13 1-4-3. Adjusting Method 6-14 1. Camera Adjustment 1 6-14 2. Camera Adjustment 2 6-15 3. Picture Frame Setting (Standard Picture Frame) 6-16 4. Color Shading Adjustment 6-17 5. Camera Adjustment 3 6-18 6. Camera Adjustment 4 6-20 1-5. LCD System Adjustments 6-21 1-5-1. Function of Each Button on LCD System Adjustment Screen 6-21 1-5-2. Adjustment Items of LCD System Adjustment 6-21 1-5-3. Adjusting Method 6-22 1-6. Error 6-23 1-6-1.Error Message 6-23 1. Connect Error 6-23 2. Reset the Camera and Try Again 6-23 3. Adjustment Time Out 6-23 4. Adjustment NG 6-23 5. Data Save Error 6-24
DSC-P100/P120 SECTION 6 ADJUSTMENTS
Before starting adjustment EVR Data Re-writing Procedure When Replacing Board
Remove the flash memory from the board of the machine that is going to be repaired. Install the removed flash memory to the replaced board.
Remove the flash memory and install it.
When the data cannot be saved due to defective flash memory, or when the flash memory cannot be removed or installed, save the data from the same model of the same destination, and download it.
Download the data. Save the data.
(The same model of the same destination)
After the EVR data is saved and downloaded, check the respective items of the EVR data. (Refer to page 6-2 for the items to be checked.)
1-1. Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards
When replacing main parts and boards, adjust the items indicated by z in the following table. Note 1: The automatic Adjustment Program does not support the Initialization of data. Perform it manually. Note 2: Use the Color Shading Adjustment Program (W1P100ColorShade.exe) when performing Color Shading Adjustment of Camera System Adjustment.
Replaced parts Block replacement Mounted parts replacement (Timing gen., CCD signal process) Flash memory Board replacement replacement
LCD901 LCD unit
CD-511 board (COMPLETE)
CH-146 board (COMPLETE)
SY-104 board (COMPLETE)
CD-511 board IC101
CH-146 board IC101
SY-104 board IC301
SY-104 board IC302
SY-104 board IC801
(Note 1) VIDEO adjustment CAMERA adjustment 1 CAMERA adjustment 2 (Note 2)
Initialization of data Video output level adj. Flange back adj. Flange back check Color shading adj. F No. compensation Mechanical shutter adj. Light value adj. AWB 3200K standard data input AWB 5800K standard data input
z z z z z z z z z z z z z z z
z z z z z
CAMERA adjustment 3
AWB 5800K check AWB 3200K check CCD linearity check Color reproduction adj. CCD white defect compensation check CCD black defect compensation check Strobe adj. Auto focus illumination check VCO adj. Contrast adj. V-COM adj. White Balance adj.
CAMERA adjustment 4
SY-104 board IC502
CD-511 board D104
(Camera system control) (With built-in flash memory)
(AF illumination LED)
Back light unit
6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS
1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS
AC power adapter 1-1-1. List of Service Tools Oscilloscope Color monitor Vectorscope Calculating machine capable of calculating hexadecimal numbers. J-1 J-2 HASP key and application for adjustment (SEUS) Personal computer (Note) USB cable 1-827-038-11 Contact our service headquater of each area how to get the application for adjustment (SEUS) and HASP key. J-5 Pattern box PTB-450 J-6082-200-A or Small pattern box PTB-1450 J-6082-557-A J-7 J-8 Color bar chart For PTB-450: J-6020-250-A For PTB-1450: J-6082-559-A J-9 Filter for color temperature correction (C14) J-6080-058-A J-6 Clear chart For PTB-450: J-6080-621-A For PTB-1450: J-6082-560-A J-3
Minipattern box J-6082-353-B
Siemens star chart J-6080-875-A
Background paper J-2501-130-A
Multiple connector 1-818-383-11
USB multi cable 1-829-109-11
Note: Personal computer OS: Windows98/98SE/Me/2000/XP Home/XP Pro RAM: 256MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required.
1-1-2. Preparations 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. 6-1-3. 2) Start up the application for adjustment (SEUS).
L = About 28 cm (PTB-450) L = About 12 cm (PTB-1450)
Note: Connect the PC and camera with the USB multi cable (1-829-109-11) without using the multiple connector (1-818-383-11) when performing CAMERA Adjustment 1.
Insert the Memory Stick.
OS: Windows 98/98SE/Me/2000/XP RAM: 256MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required.
USB cable (1-827-038-11) To USB connector To A/V OUT jack AC power adaptor
To USB connector AC IN
To DC IN jack
Multiple connector (1-818-383-11)
Vectorscope Color monitor Terminated 75 Video (yellow)
1-1-3. Precautions 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and perform adjustments. 1. Mode Dial.. P (Program auto) 2. ZOOM switch (Control switch block (SW) S002, S003).. WIDE end 3. Video Out (SET UP setting). NTSC 4. Digital Zoom (SET UP setting). Off 5. EV (Menu items). 0EV 6. Focus (Menu items).. Multi AF 7. WB (Menu items).. Auto 8. ISO (Menu items).. Auto 9. Flash Level (Menu items). Normal 10. P.Effect (Menu items). Off 11. Saturation (Menu items).. Normal 12. Contrast (Menu items).. Normal 13. Sharpness (Menu items).. Normal Color bar chart (Standard picture frame)
B A A=B/2
B A Enlargement
V Fig. b (monitor TV picture)
Fig. a (VIDEO terminal of A/V jack output waveform) Difference in level
Adjust the camera zoom and direction to obtain the output waveform shown in Fig a and the monitor TV display shown in Fig. b.
2. Subjects 1) Color bar chart (Standard picture frame). When performing adjustments using the color bar chart, adjust the picture frame as shown in Fig. 6-1-4. (Standard picture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the color bar chart from the pattern box and insert a clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations during this time)
3. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box A dark room is required to provide an accurate flash adjustment. If it is not available, prepare the flash adjustment box as given below; 1) Provide woody board A, B and C of 15 mm thickness.
woody board A (2) 400 mm woody board B (2) 370 mm woody board C (1) 700 mm
2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A and B. 3) Attach background paper (J-2501-130-A) to woody board C. 4) Assemble so that the black sides and the background paper side of woody board A, B and C are internal. (Fig. 6-1-6)
woody board A
woody board B
woody board B woody board C
Using Method of SEUS
The application for adjustment (SEUS) is used to change the coefficient for calculating the signal processing or EVR data. The SEUS performs two-way communication between PC and set through the USB terminal. The two-way communication result data can be written to the nonvolatile memory. 1. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Connection Connect the HASP key to the USB terminal of the PC. Connect the PC and set with the USB cable. Confirm that the set starts in the USB mode. Start the SEUS on the PC. Click [Connect] on the SEUS screen. If the connection is normal, the SEUS screen will be as shown in Fig. 6-1-7, indicating the connected state. Note: The SEUS will go in disconnect" state, if the set is turned off (for instance, by resetting the set). In such a case, click [Connect] on the SEUS screen to restore the connected state.
2. Operation Page change To change the page, click [Page] on the SEUS screen and enter the page to be changed. The page is displayed in hexadecimal notation. Address change To change the address, click [Address] on the SEUS screen and enter the address to be changed. The address is displayed in hexadecimal notation. Data change To change the data, click [Set] on the SEUS screen and enter the data. The data is displayed in hexadecimal notation. This operation does not write the data to the nonvolatile memory. Data saving To write the all changed data to the nonvolatile memory, click [Save] on the SEUS screen and wait for 3 sec. Data reading The data displayed on the SEUS screen are the data values at the time when the pages and addresses were set, and they are not updated automatically. To check the data change, click [Read] on the SEUS screen and update the displayed data. 1-1-5. Precaution on Use of SEUS Wrong SEUS operation could clear correct adjustment data. To prevent the data clear by mistake, it is recommended to save all adjustment data by clicking [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen before starting the adjustment. Saving Method: 1) Click [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 2) Click [Page], and enter the page number to be saved. 3) Click [Page] to read the data to be saved from the camera. 4) Click [File] and save the data to PC. Loading Method: 1) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 01. 2) Click [Page Edit] on the SEUS screen to display the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 3) Click [File] and load the data from PC. 4) Click [Write] on the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 5) Click [Close] to close the SEUS PAGE EDIT screen. 6) Click [Save] on the SEUS screen. 7) Wait for 3 sec. 8) Select page: 00, address: 01 and set data: 00.
QUICK START GUIDE
Your new life of photography has begun.
With the advent of digital photography, people are taking more pictures, but many of those pictures just wind up sitting in a folder on some computer hard disk drive. All this is about to change now that Olympus has come up with a new way to let users truly integrate digital photography into their daily lives: Dock&Done. What is ? Dock&Done is a total system that puts personal imaging into a single process. For example, by simply docking the digital camera on the cradle, new pictures are saved, photo printing is prepared, and the cameras batteries are recharged. Viewing on TV
mode and PC mode
The unit supports the Dock&Done mode and the PC mode. The available functions vary depending on the selected mode. mode By docking the cradle of the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera (IR-300, etc.) onto the unit, you can easily dock the digital camera onto the cradle to store images and recharge the camera. Moreover, by connecting a printer (PS100 etc.), you can print images which have been reserved for printing. Docking a digital camera: When docking a Dock&Done-compatible digital camera, you do not need to connect any cables because the cradle of the digital camera is docked directly to the unit. Just dock the digital camera on its cradle. Automatic saving of image les: By simply connecting a Dock&Donecompatible digital camera to the unit, image les contained in the digital camera can be automatically stored to recordable DVDs and CDs*. As only new image les are stored, images stored on the DVDs or CDs* will not be duplicated. You can easily copy image les onto a disk to share them with your friends: Just set the digital camera to CREATE SHARE DISK mode and connect to the cradle. You can copy image les in the digital camera and nalize them on a disk. The share disks are highly compatible with other devices and can be read on most PC CD/DVD drives, etc., so you can easily share them with your friends. You can easily print image les: When connected to a Dock&Donecompatible printer, you can print the image les in the digital camera with a single action. Playing back stored image les: Images stored on disk can be displayed in the LCD monitor of the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera.
Using in the Dock&Done mode
Shoot pictures and make print reservations with your Dock&Donecompatible digital camera in advance. For details on using the digital camera, refer to the advanced manual supplied with the digital camera.
Preparing for Dock&Done mode
Make sure the power of the unit is off before connecting with other components or AC adapter.
The digital camera IR-300 and the printer P-S100 are used for the following explanations. Items displayed on the camera monitor, the function, the shape of the body and cradle differ depending on the digital camera.
Cradle* Printing from the camera
a Press the PUSH button to open the docking connector cover, and dock the cradle of the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera onto the unit.
Editing pictures and making an album by PC
Thank you for purchasing this OLYMPUS DVD Storage S-DVD-100. This guide contains instructions for basic operations to use the storage immediately after purchase. For details on operations and handling of CD-ROM, refer to the supplied users manual. For inquiries, contact the OLYMPUS service center on the back cover of the users manual.
Connecting by Connecting by USB cable cable KP16*
Digital Photo Printer*
Print directly by
* Sold separately
Checking the contents
Unit AC adapter Power cord *
A Dock&Done-compatible DVD storage unit (S-DVD-100)
This unit is compatible with Dock&Done 2.0. Image les can be stored and played back easily by docking the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera. The camera battery will be recharged at the same time.
PC mode You can use the unit as an external CD/DVD drive if you connect the unit to a PC. The unit can read from and write onto recordable DVDs and CDs* and read DVD-ROM/CD-ROM. Image le management using OLYMPUS Master software: When the unit is connected to a PC, by installing and using the supplied OLYMPUS Master software and Bs CLiP6 software, you can conveniently manage and edit high volume image les stored on the disk in the unit by using the functions of OLYMPUS Master software such as the calendar function,etc. Recognition from the PC: When the unit is connected to a PC, the PC automatically recognizes the unit and compatible printer and digital camera connected to the unit. * DVD-R/DVD+R/DVD-RW/DVD+RW/CD-R/CD-RW
b Connect a Dock&Done printer and the unit using the Dock&Done cable KP16, and connect the AC adapter and power cord to the unit.
Insert the power cord plug into the power outlet.
B Dock&Done-compatible digital camera
By setting the camera on the cradle when used in combination with the Dock&Done-compatible storage, storing and playing back images and battery charging can be done with ease.
A B D C
CD-ROM (OLYMPUS Master, Bs CLiP6) USERS MANUAL QUICK START GUIDE (this guide) Warranty card Tape sheet Pad
* The shape of the plug differs from country to country.
Before using the unit, upgrade your IR-500 rmware to be compatible with Dock&Done 2.0. For details on upgrading, refer to the Olympus website indicated on the back cover of the users manual.
c Set the Dock&Done mode/PC mode switch to QDOCK.
C Dock&Done-compatible digital photo printer
By connecting to the Dock&Done-compatible storage with the Dock&Done cable KP16, storing images and photo printing can be done with ease.
Using the pad
To stabilize the cradle when the digital camera is detached applies the supplied pad to the bottom of the cradle. If adhesion fails by getting a dust and debris, peel the pad from the cradle, and wash it in clean water.
User registration To stay informed of important updates and news regarding your Olympus product, it is recommended to register your purchase. You can register by the following way: Register online Install the OLYMPUS Master software from the supplied CD-ROM. When restarting your computer after installation, the registration screen appears.
By connecting your PC to the Dock&Done-compatible storage, you can store pictures to your PC for organizing and editing.
The image les inside the camera can be displayed here instead of on the LCD monitor in the Dock&Done-compatible digital camera.
Availability of these models may vary from country to country.
When connecting to the PC, make sure that the power of the unit is off. Then set the Dock&Done /PC mode switch as follows. A Remove the disk. B Perform the PC hardware removal procedure. C Turn off the unit. D Set the Dock&Done mode/PC mode switch to QDock. While the unit is processing in PC mode, do not change the setting of the Dock&Done/PC mode switch. This may cause data loss while recording from your PC to the unit, or a system error on your PC rendering it inoperable. In this case, shut down your PC, power off the unit, and restart your PC and then the unit.
When disconnecting the digital camera from the cradle, grasp the cradle by the hand rmly.
Conducting automatic storing, playing back, and printing
a Turn the power switch on.
Check that the power indicator (green) and the QDOCK-side indicator (green) are illuminated.
PAP RIBB ON
Turn the printer on in advance.
b To automatically store image les, set a disk into the unit.
Use a disk formatted by the unit, a disk formatted to UDF1.5 format using Bs CLiP6 software, or a blank disk. We recommended using a blank DVD+RW, or DVD-RW disk for auto storing.
STORE : NEW ALL PRINT: New image les are stored and printed. STORE : QPRINT ORDER: Store new image les and then print images which have been reserved for printing. STORE ONLY: Conduct only storing of new image les. STORE : SEL. PRINT: Store new image les and proceed to the print setting screen. NEW ALL PRINT: Print new image les. QPRINT ORDER: Print images which have been reserved for printing. SEL. PRINT: Proceed to the print setting screen. EXIT: Exit Dock&Done mode and returns to cameras playback mode without storing or printing image les. When no menu is selected for 20 seconds, processing such as storing is performed automatically. 3) Press the 9 button. The ACCESS indicator (blue) blinks while images are storing (the printers indicator blinks while printing). When storing and/or printing are complete, the digital cameras power will automatically turn off.
When closing the storage function, select EXIT from the menu on the digital camera. If you disconnect the digital camera from the cradle without exiting from the menu of the camera, the data in the disk may be corrupted (the ACCESS indicator blinks red). To play back images from another disk, rst close the storage function on the menu of the digital camera. Then, after disconnecting the digital camera from the cradle, change the disk and operate the storage function again.
Using in the PC mode
Be sure to use the OLYMPUS Master software to store the image les on the PC, and browse, edit, print, or manage image les on the disk when the unit is connected to the PC. For details on using the OLYMPUS Master software, refer to the OLYMPUS Masters help and the on-line manual.
Share disk creation
Be sure to use the OLYMPUS Master software supplied with the unit. The OLYMPUS Master software supplied with the digital camera may not work properly, depending on its version. Before you use OLYMPUS Master software, you need to install Bs CLiP6 software on your PC. You cannot use Bs CLiP6 with any other packet-writing software at the same time. Be sure to uninstall any other packet-writing software on your PC before you install Bs CLiP6 software.
Connecting with a PC
c Wait until the ACCESS indicator (blue) goes off, then dock the digital camera onto the cradle.
The menu screen will be displayed in the digital camera LCD monitor.
b From the top menu in the digital cameras playback mode, select MODE MENU and then CREATE SHARE DISK.
For details on digital camera menu operations, refer to the advanced manual supplied with the digital camera.
Make sure the power switch of the unit is off before connecting with other components or AC adapter.
a Connect the AC adapter and power cord, and connect the unit to a PC using the USB cable.
Do not switch to the PC mode while the unit is processing in the Dock&Done mode. The unit does not switch from PC mode to Dock&Done mode until the unit is writing the data ends. When you store an image with sound recording with the digital camera onto a disk, a sound le will also be created and stored. Even though the image and sound les are separate, you cannot playback the sound le on the image.
c Insert a blank disk into the unit. E D B
You can charge a battery of a Dock&Done-compatible digital camera even while the power is turned off.
d Select the desired store option on the digital camera.
1) If a blank disk is inserted, select whether to format or print only. To format, select FORMAT DISK with the a button and press the 9 button. When the YES/NO selection screen appears, selecting YES and pressing the 9 button starts formatting (Formatting will take some time depending on the type of disks). After formatting is complete, the Dock&Done menu screen appears. To conduct printing only, select NOT STORE and press the 9 button. The Dock&Done menu screen will appear in the digital camera LCD monitor. If a disk has not been set in the unit, or if an incompatible or incompatibly-formatted disk has been inserted, a message appears for 3 seconds before the Dock&Done menu screen appears. In this case, although saving cannot be conducted, printing will be possible. 2) Select the desired store setting using the digital cameras a/c buttons. The items displayed in the Dock&Done menu screen will differ depending on the model of the digital camera or its settings and reservation conditions.
The data is deleted automatically after storing, when ERASE is set in the STORE AND menu of a Dock&Done compatible digital camera. When the PRINT AND setting on the digital camera is set to CANCEL, the printing reservations will be automatically canceled after printing ends. If CANCEL is not set, cancel printing reservations, manually. If the unit is in the Dock&Done mode, the connected digital camera and the printer are not accessible from the connected PC.
d Wait until the ACCESS indicator (blue) goes off, then dock the digital camera on the cradle.
Formatting of the blank disk will commence. After formatting is complete, image le copying and disk nalizing will automatically be conducted. If a disk has not been inserted in the unit, or if an incompatible disk or a disk other than a blank disk has been inserted, an error message will appear. After removing the digital camera from the cradle and pressing the b button to return to the mode menu, inserted a blank disk compatible with the unit, and repeat from step 2.
b Set the Dock&Done mode/PC mode switch to PC, then turn the power switch on.
e Play back the stored images by operating the digital camera.
If you turn on the power again while the digital camera remains docked on the cradle, the digital camera enters playback mode. You can display the disk contents on the digital cameras LCD monitor by selecting STORAGE from the menu. For details on the operating the storage function, refer to the advanced manual supplied with the digital camera. The available operations of the storage function vary depending on the disk.
Do not switch to the PC mode while the unit is processing in the Dock&Done mode. The unit does not switch from PC mode to Dock&Done mode until the unit is writing the data ends. Do not turn off the unit, or disconnect its cable while the ACCESS indicator (blue) is blinking, otherwise a store or print error may result. The status of storing/printing or error messages are displayed on the LCD screen of the camera. Do not remove the camera while the ACCESS indicator (blue) is blinking. In this case, operate from the camera to cancel the process before removing it from the cradle.
While the unit is processing in the PC mode, do not change the setting of the Dock&Done/PC mode switch or disconnect the USB cable or AC adaptor. This may cause data loss while recording from your PC to the unit, or a system error on the PC rendering it inoperable. In this case, shut down your PC, power off the unit, and restart your PC and then the unit. Be sure to install Bs CLiP6 software before you use OLYMPUS Master software. When writing data to a disk using a PC, writing may sometimes fail. Be sure to conrm that the writing was successful each time.
Set Safety mode of Bs CLiP6 software to on if you use DVD+RW or DVDRW discs to increase reliability. The default setting of safety mode is on when installing. For details, refer to the Bs CLiP6s help.
DOCK MODE STORE PRINT ORDER STORE ONLY STORE SEL. PRINT EXIT 20SEC. TILL AUTO STORE
9 button a c buttons
Occasionally, image playback or display time may be delayed if there is a signicant increase in les added to the disk. If you perform STORAGE for a large movie/sound le, the movie or sound may be played intermittently or not smoothly depending on the digital camera. Erasing an image using the storage function is only possible on these disks: DVD-RW/DVD+RW/CD-RW. The unit is only compatible with ERASE, so even if you select ALL ERASE, only the rst image will be erased. If you execute All ERASE, the next image may take a long time to display, which may cause malfunction In Dock&Done mode, you cannot rotate, protect, or delete the image les on CD-R/DVD-R/ DVD+R disks. If you select ALL in the slideshow, the oldest image may be delayed when switching from the newest. We recommend to playing back images by selecting SELECT ALL FROM DATE.
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