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This HDCAM format Studio Editing Recorder that also offers legacy playback of digital Betacam, Betacam/SP, Betacam SX, MPEG IMX tapes. Records and plays HDCAM tapes at frame rates: 1080/59.94i, 50i, 29.97PsF, and 25 PsF. It can also play back tapes recorded at 24PsF and 23.98 PsF.
Sonys HDW-M2000/1 HDCAM Studio VTR w/Multi-Format Playback
HDW-M2000/1 Suggested List Price $63,200.00
HDCAM format playback and Recording Legacy playback of all SD Betacam Formats Up-conversion of playback-compatible Standard Definition tapes to 1080i and down-conversion of HDCAM tapes to 480i is a standard feature. Supports playback and recording of 1080i 59.94, 50i, 29.97 PsF and 25 Psf. Supports playback of 24 PsF and 23.98 Psf Metadata handling, UMID (Unique Material Identifier Data) record capability Tele-File System Capable of handling Dolby E and AC-3 audio Simplified menu setups Firmware upgrades via Memory Stick media
High quality HDTV recording for broadcast and production applications.
Key Competitors and Pricing
Mfg: Model Panasonic AJ-HD3700C: Suggested List Price $99,000.00
For further information about the HDW-M2000/1, please contact your Sony Account Manager or download a more detailed spec sheet from the Sony website.
Business Solutions & Systems Company Sony Electronics Inc. 1 Sony Drive Park Ridge, NJ 07656
2004 Sony Electronics Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All non-metric weights and measurements are approximate. Sony and MPEG IMX are trademarks of Sony. Memory Stick, HDCAM, Tele-File and Dolby are registered trademarks. Created 9/8/03
Time data type indicator This indicates the type of data displayed in the time data display area 1. LTC (longitudinal time code): Time code recorded on a longitudinal track on the tape LUB: LTC user bit values VITC (vertical interval time code): Time code recorded in the vertical blanking interval VIUB: VITC user bit value DF (drop-frame) indicator (for 59.94i, 29.97PsF mode only) This lights when values of drop-frame mode time code are displayed. LTC indicator Regardless of the display in the time data display area 1, this indicator lights when LTC values are being read or recorded. VITC indicator Regardless of the display in time data display area 1, this indicator lights when VITC values are being read or recorded. Capstan lock mode indicator This indicates the capstan lock mode (2F or 4F) set in function menu page 4 or in setup menu item 106. System frequency indicator This indicator shows the current system frequency. Tape format/line standard indicator This shows information about the tape format and the line standard conversion status. Following are some examples and their meanings. IMX 1080: Signals recorded in MPEG IMX format are output after conversion to 1080 line standard format signals. DB 1035: Signals recorded in Digital Betacam format are output after conversion to 1035 line standard format signals. 1035t1080: HDCAM signals recorded in 1035 line standard format are output after conversion to 1080 line standard signals. HD 1080: HDCAM signals recorded in 1080 line standard format are output with no change.
2 Menu display
1 Time data display This displays indicators relating to time data and other indicators.
Time data display area 1 Time data type indicator DF indicator LTC indicator VITC indicator Capstan lock mode indicator System frequency indicator
Tape format/line standard indicator CONFI (ON)/PREREAD indicators
Speed indication area Time data display area 2
Time data display area 1 Normally this displays a CTL count, time code value, or user bit value according to the setting in function menu HOME page for F4 (CTL/TC).
CONFI (ON)/PREREAD indicators These indicate the state of the VTR CONFI playback 1) function. When the CONFI playback function is enabled, the CONFI indicator appears, and when CONFI playback is actually being carried out the ON indicator also appears. When F6 (PREREAD) is set to ON in function menu page 4, the CONFI playback function is disabled and one of the following is displayed. PREREAD: Preread of both audio and video A-PREAD: Preread of audio only V-PREAD: Preread of video only Time data display area 2 Displays data types and time data such as the time code of edit points and the total time of that tape. The following data types are shown. TOTL: Total time of the tape. REM: Remaining time on the tape. Depending on the setting of F5 (T INFO) on function menu page 3, either TOTL (TOTAL) or REM (REMAIN) is displayed. The values displayed are approximate values calculated on the basis of the detected tape diameter. They are not precise to units of seconds. The following appear when the top or end of the tape is reached. BOT: Returned to top of tape. EOT: Reached end of tape. IN: video IN point OUT: video OUT point AIN: audio IN point AOUT: audio OUT point DUR: duration value TCG (time code generator): time code generated by the internal time code generator Speed indication area This indicates the speed of a DMC playback. During a DMC playback, DMC SPD is displayed in time data display area 2. However, CONFI playback is not possible during editing.
1 Memory card slot 2 Memory card ejection button 3 CONTROL PANEL connector
4 PANEL SELECT switch 5 KEY INHI switch 6 Memory stick slot
1 Memory card slot Insert a memory card to update this units firmware. You can save or load setup menu settings onto the memory card.
For details on firmware update and setup menu reading/ storing, refer to the Maintenance Manual Volume 1.
REAR: Enables the control panel connected to the CONTROL PANEL connector on the connector panel. When setup menu item 117 is set to PARA, this switch position also enables the control panel connected to the CONTROL PANEL connector on the switch panel. 5 KEY INHI switch Moving this switch to the ON position disables the controls on the upper and lower control panels. You can specify which buttons and knobs are disabled in setup menu item 118. 6 Memory stick slot Use this to update the firmware. You can also save or load setup menu settings onto the memory stick.
2 Memory card ejection button Press to eject a memory card from the memory card slot. 3 CONTROL PANEL connector (10-pin, round type) Plug in the lower control panel connection cable. 4 PANEL SELECT switch In addition to the lower control panel, you can connect a similar control panel to this unit. When two control panels are connected to the unit, the PANEL SELECT switch is used to specify which panel be enabled to control the unit. FRONT: Enables the control panel connected to the CONTROL PANEL connector on the switch panel.
After inserting a memory stick or memory card, allow at least five seconds to elapse before removing it.
For details on firmware update and save or load setup menu settings, refer to the Maintenance Manual Volume 1.
2-2 Connector Panel
Cooling fan 1 Analog audio input/output section
2 Analog video input/output section (see page 2-16) 3 Digital audio input/output section (see page 2-16)
4 Digital signal input/ output section (see page 2-17) Cooling fan
5 Power supply section (see page 2-17)
7 Time code input/output section (see page 2-18) 8 Audio monitor signal output section (see page 2-18)
4-1-2 Recording Time Code and User Bit Values
There are three ways of recording time code, as follows: Setting an initial value, then recording the output of the internal time code generator Recording the output of the internal time code generator synchronized to an external time code generator
To change the display range of the audio level indications
Press the DISPLAY FULL/FINE button (see page 2-4).
To monitor the simultaneous playback of the recorded video and audio signals
Set the CONFI to ENABLE (see page 9-3) to light the CONFI indicator. It is now possible to simultaneously monitor the video and audio signals being recorded.
To set an initial value then record the time code
If necessary, change the settings in function menu page 1 (see page 9-4). Set the TCG (F1) to INT, and the PR/RGN (F2) to PRESET.
Setting an initial time code value Use the following procedure.
Setting the time code value to the real time With the settings in function menu page 1 set as follows, carry out the foregoing procedure under the heading Setting an initial time code value. In steps 3 and 4, set the value slightly after the current time, then carry out step 6 at the instant the real time catches up with the setting. TCG (F1): INT PR/RGN (F2): PRESET RUN: FREE DF: DF (59.94i, 29.97PsF mode only) Setting a user bit value The user bit values recorded on the time code track provide for eight hexadecimal digits, which can be used to hold the date, time, or other information. Use the following procedure.
Set the CTL/TC to TC. Press the F6 (TCGSET) button. The function menu display changes as follows.
Set the CTL/TC to UB. Carry out the procedure in steps 2 to 6 under the heading above, Setting an initial time code value. You can set each digit to any hexadecimal value, represented by 0 to 9, and A to F.
TCG 00 : 00 : 00 : 00 SET
The first digit of the time code value (8 digits: hours, minutes, seconds, and frames) flashes. To set all digits to zero Press the RESET button.
Press the F1 (T) or F2 (t) button to select the digit to be changed. Pressing the F2 (t) button moves the flashing digit position to the right, and pressing the F1 (T) button moves the flashing digit position to the left.
If any of the settings in item G03 of the shot mark operation menu is set to ON (to write a recording start mark), then the user bits are overwritten with the shot mark data for 20 frames from the start of recording in crash record mode, assemble edit mode, or insert edit mode.
Turn the MULTI CONTROL knob or press the F3 (+)/F4 () button to change the value in the flashing digit position. Until all the digits are set as required, repeat steps 3 and 4. Press the F5 (SET) button. When the RUN is set to FREE in function menu page 1, the time code value immediately starts advancing.
To synchronize the internal time code generator to an external signal
To alternate between normal-speed playback and variable speed mode playback Set the search dial to the position corresponding to the desired variable playback speed, then switch between normal-speed playback and variable speed playback by pressing the PLAY and VAR buttons alternately. For intermittent variable speed mode playback, press the STOP and VAR buttons alternately.
Playback in variable speed mode
In variable speed mode, you can finely control playback speed within the following ranges: HDCAM: 1 to +2 times normal speed Digital Betacam : 1 to +3 times normal speed MPEG IMX: 1 to +3 times normal speed Betacam SX: 1 to +2 times normal speed Betacam/Betacam SP: 1 to +3 times normal speed There are detents on the search dial at the still position and at 1 times normal speed. To carry out playback in variable speed mode, use the following procedure.
Playback using the capstan override function
You can use the capstan override function to adjust the playback speed temporarily. This function is convenient for playback phase synchronization with another VTR playing back the same program.
Press the VAR button, turning it on. Turn the search dial to the desired angle corresponding to the desired playback speed. Playback in variable speed mode starts.
(A) Hold down the PLAY button, and turn the search dial in the desired direction to adjust the playback speed. The range of speed adjustment is 15% in steps of 1%. (B) Hold down the PLAY button, and press the TRIM buttons to adjust the playback speed. The playback speed can be adjusted to 8% only. The SERVO indicator goes off.
To stop playback in variable speed mode, return the search dial to the center position, or press the STOP button.
When the adjustment is completed, release the PLAY button. The tape transport returns to normal speed, and the SERVO indicator comes on again.
To perform continuous capstan override playback
Set setup menu item 111 (TSO PLAY) to TSO. Hold down the DMC EDIT button and turn the MULTI CONTROL knob to select the playback speed. The selected playback speed is displayed in time data display area 2 on the lower control panel of this unit as well as in the character information display on the monitor screen.
Press the PLAY button while holding down the DMC EDIT button. Press the PLAY button or perform any other operation to exit the tape speed override mode.
In insert editing to tape, it is necessary for audio, video, and CTL signals to be recorded in advance throughout the insert editing section on the tape. If you execute an insert edit over a section where these signals are not present, noise or breakup can occur in the audio and video when that section is played back.
Starting automatic editing
When you have set the edit points, press the flashing AUTO EDIT button. The AUTO EDIT button changes from flashing to continuously lit, and the automatic editing operation begins. At the end of the editing operation, the AUTO EDIT button goes off.
After automatic editing, to adjust the edit points and reexecute the edit Hold down the DELETE button and press the ENTRY button to recall the edit points. After adjusting the edit points, press the AUTO EDIT button to carry out the edit again.
For details of how to adjust edit points, see Section 5-1-5 Modifying and Deleting Edit Points (page 5-6).
5-2 DMC Editing
By controlling the player playback speed from the recorder, you can achieve variable speed editing.
5-2-1 Overview of DMC Editing
Conditions for DMC editing DMC editing can be used for insert or assemble editing, but not for audio split editing. Tape movement during DMC editing The following figure illustrates how the tapes move on the player and recorder during DMC editing.
Stop Preroll time x initial speed Player IN point Postroll time x final speed
Time flow Stop Tape moves at initial speed Playback at stored varying speed Tape moves at final speed
5-2-2 Carrying Out DMC Editing
Setting the edit points and player speed
Use the following procedure.
When the initial speed setting is complete, release the DMC EDIT button. Press the PREVIEW button. The tape is prerolled and then the recorder starts operating at normal speed and the player at the set initial speed.
On passing the IN point, the MEMORY indicator begins to flash: turn the search dial to vary the playback speed. While the MEMORY indicator is flashing, the speed variations are stored in memory. On passing the OUT point, the MEMORY indicator changes from flashing to continuously lit, and the variable speed storing ends.
Press the ASSEMBLE button or the desired INSERT button to select the editing mode. Press the DMC EDIT button. This unit switches to the DMC editing mode, and the DMC EDIT button lights.
If the MEMORY indicator lights continuously before the OUT point This indicates that the memory became full at that point. Thus even before the OUT point is reached, it is not possible to record more speed variation. The maximum capacity is a duration of 120 seconds.
Quitting the DMC edit mode
Press the RECORDER button. Holding down the ENTRY button, press the IN or OUT button to set an edit point. Press the PLAYER button, to set the player IN point.
Press the DELETE button and DMC EDIT button simultaneously.
Executing the DMC edit
Press the AUTO EDIT button. DMC editing is carried out at the stored varying speed. Once the editing is carried out, the stored speed variation is lost from memory. To check the editing results Press the REVIEW button.
It is not possible to set the player OUT point.
Holding down the DMC EDIT button, turn the search dial, to set the initial speed. To select normal speed as the initial speed, press the PLAY button. The speed you set appears in the speed indication area.
5-3 Special Automatic Editing Methods
This section describes the following automatic editing methods: Quick editing Continuous editing Standalone editing Manual editing Preread editing
5-3-2 Continuous Editing
After an automatic editing operation, the recorder automatically returns to the OUT point. For the second and subsequent editing operations, you can continue editing by simply specifying the IN and OUT points on the player. In this case the current OUT point on the recorder becomes the new IN point.
5-3-1 Quick Editing
After selecting the edit mode, you can save on editing time by setting the edit points and executing the edit at the same time. For quick editing, use the following procedure.
OUT point of preceding edit = IN point of current edit Recorder Preceding edit segment Current edit segment
Player IN point OUT point
After automatic editing of one edit segment, to carry out continuous editing use the following procedure.
Set the player IN and OUT points. On the recorder the OUT point for the previous edit becomes the new IN point. Press the PREVIEW button to carry out a preview. Press the AUTO EDIT button. This executes the edit. When the editing operation is completed, the recorder stops at the OUT point, and the player stops 2 seconds after the OUT point.
When operating the player, press the PLAYER button, turning it on, and when operating the recorder, press the RECORDER button, turning it on, then stop the tapes on both the player and the recorder at the positions you wish to make the respective IN points. Press the AUTO EDIT button. Editing starts.
To switch the displayed UMID item in the menu display section Rotate the MULTI CONTROL knob.
The function for converting unit count to UTC works only when the unit rate is 2 (24 frames), 3 (24/1.001 frames), 4 (25 frames), 6 (30 frames), or 7 (30/1.001 frames). For other unit rates, the unit rate number and unit rate are displayed in hexadecimal. 5 Altitude XXXXXXXXm: Altitude data indicating the distance from the center of the earth is displayed in this format. S+XXXXXXXm Y+D: Altitude data indicating the distance from sea level is displayed in this format. The meaning of the characters and strings shown is as follows. S (1st character): Indicates data from a Sensor. R is shown for position data from the recording device (Recorder), and T is shown for Target position data. + (2nd character): Indicates higher than sea level. indicates lower than sea level. XXXXXXXm : Altitude data (unit meters). Y: The number of satellites used to calculate position data (hexadecimal). D: DOP (dilution of precision) value. + (between Y and D): Displayed when a supportive apparatus was used. A space (blank) is displayed when no supportive apparatus was used. 6 Longitude Following W to indicate west longitude or E to indicate east longitude, the longitude is displayed in degrees, minutes, and seconds (seconds are shown up to 2 decimal places). Example: E134 5923.00 for East longitude 134 degrees 59 minutes 23.00 seconds 7 Latitude Following N to indicate north latitude or S to indicate south latitude, the latitude is displayed in degrees, minutes, and seconds (seconds are shown up to 2 decimal places). Example: N34 5923.32 for North latitude 34 degrees 59 minutes 23.32 seconds
The function menu allows you to make frequently made settings, such as selection of input video signals and time code settings.
HOME2 page (user-defined function keys)
Up to six function keys can be defined (i.e. six functions can be assigned to the F1 to F6 buttons in the HOME2 page). You can select and define the following function keys: Functions selected from the function menu items in the HOME page and menu pages 1 to 4 Function key to display the setting for setup menu item 211 (REMOTE1 PORT) and to carry out the operation when the menu item setting is panel.
9-1-1 Function Menu Configuration
The function menu consists of seven pages by factory default: the HOME page and six pages numbered 1 to 6. You can also display the HOME2 page by setting user-defined function keys. The following icons appear at the left edge of the menu display section to denote the current page.
10-4 Items in the ExtendedExtended 10-4 Items in the Setup Menu
The extended setup menu contains the following items.
Menu items in the range 100 to 199, relating to the control panels 101 Item number Item name SELECTION FOR SEARCH DIAL ENABLE Settings Select how the unit enters the search mode. DIAL : Turning the search dial switches to search mode at all times except during recording/editing. KEY: One of the JOG, SHUTTLE, and VAR buttons must be pressed to switch to search mode. Select the fast forward and rewind tape speed and also search mode speed during tape playback. MAX : Perform fast forward, rewind, and search mode playback at the maximum speeds. MX/24: Perform fast forward and rewind at the maximum speeds, and search mode playback at up to 24 times normal speed. MX/35: Perform fast forward and rewind at the maximum speeds, and search mode playback at up to 35 times normal speed. 24: Perform fast forward and rewind at 24 times normal speed, and search mode playback at up to 24 times normal speed. 35: Perform fast forward and rewind at 35 times normal speed, and search mode playback at up to 35 times normal speed. Maximum fast forward and rewind speeds HDCAM cassette: 50 times normal speed Maximum search mode speeds HDCAM cassette: 50 times normal speed 103 AUDIO SELECTED LINE OUT (HDW-M2000/M2000P only) Select the output signal to the MONITOR OUTPUT connectors during playback of analog Betacam-format tape. MANU : Output the signals selected by the audio monitor signal selection buttons on the lower control panel. AUTO1: Output stereo, using the AFM channels (3 and 4) for playback from metal tape, and the LNG channels (1 and 2) for playback from oxide tape. AUTO2: Output the signals selected by the audio monitor signal selection buttons on the lower control panel, but during variable speed playback, if AFM is selected, automatically switch to LNG. Select the length of time for which audio muting occurs when the unit switches to playback either from stopped or from still playback in the search mode. OFF : Set the audio muting time to zero (i.e. no muting). 0.1S to 1.0S: Set the audio muting time from 0.1 second to 1.0 second, in 0.1second increments. Select whether or not to display a warning when the video/audio reference signal selected by the function menu item OUTREF, is not supplied or is out of phase with the input video signal. OFF: No warning. ON : Flash the STOP button as a warning. Select the capstan servo lock mode. PANEL : The capstan servo lock mode is determined by the function menu item CAPSTN. 2F: The capstan servo locks every two fields regardless of the setting of the function menu item CAPSTN. 4F: The capstan servo locks every four fields regardless of the setting of the function menu item CAPSTN. 8F (For 50i, 25PsF mode only): The capstan servo locks every eight fields regardless of the setting of the function menu item CAPSTN. Note When operating in 24PsF or 23.98PsF mode, the setting is 2F and this item is not displayed.
ID CODE SW
TCG REGEN MODE
TC OUTPUT SIGNAL IN REGEN MODE
U-BIT BINARY GROUP FLAG
Menu items in the range 600 to 650, relating to the time code generator (Continued) Item number Item name 608 PHASE CORRECTION Settings Select whether or not to carry out phase correction control on the LTC generated by the time code generator. OFF : No control ON: Carry out control. Select whether or not the color framing flag is set in the blank bit of the time code data. OFF : Color framing flag is not set. ON: Color framing flag is set. AUTO: Color framing flag is set or not depending upon the color framing phase relationship between the recorded video signal and the time code signal. When AUTO is selected, color framing is controlled as follows according to the operating mode of the time code generator. In INT PRESET mode (F1 (TCG) is set to INT and F2 (PR/RGN) set to PRESET in function menu page 1, and in modes other than the automatic editing mode): the time code signal is generated with color framing locked to the video signal, and the color framing flag is set. In INT REGEN mode (F1 (TCG) is set to INT and F2 (PR/RGN) set to LTC or VITC in function menu page 1, and in the automatic editing mode), and also in EXT mode (F2 (PR/RGN) is set to EXT): the time code signal is generated without color framing locked to the video signal, and the color framing flag is not set. Select whether or not the time code is automatically regenerated. AS&IN : In automatic editing carried out in either assemble mode or insert mode with this unit as the recorder, regardless of the settings of F1 (TCG) and F2 (PR/RGN) in function menu page 1, the time code generator regenerates according to the time code on the tape. ASSEM: In automatic editing carried out in assemble mode with this unit as the recorder, regardless of the settings of F1 (TCG) and F2 (PR/RGN) in function menu page 1, the time code generator regenerates according to the time code on the tape. MANU: Regardless of whether this unit is the recorder or player, the time code generator operates in accordance with the settings of F1 (TCG) and F2 (PR/ RGN) in function menu page 1. FULL: Whether local or remote and regardless of the settings of F1 (TCG) and F2 (PR/RGN) in function menu page 1, when any of the ASSEMBLE, VIDEO, CH1 to CH4, CUE and TC buttons is lit, the time code generator regenerates according to the time code played back from the tape. Set the output phase of time code signals (LTC). TCG/R : Output the playback time code signal during playback. When the edit preset function is on, and when recording, output the time code signal generated by the internal time code generator. INPUT: Use the same phase as the input video. OUTPT: Use the same phase as the output video. AUTO: Use the same phase as the input video when editing, and use the same phase as the output video at other times (playback, recording, etc.) Select the source time code for HD-SDI embedded VITC which is output after subjected to up-conversion during playback of SD-format tape. when VITC : Select VITC recorded on SD-format tape. LTC : Select LTC recorded on SD-format tape.
VIDEO PROCESS ON CAP LOCK 2FIELD (HDW-M2000/M2000P only. Invalid in 24PsF or 23.98PsF mode.)
BETACAM PB LEVEL (HDW-M2000/ M2000P only) OUTPUT LEVEL
Menu items in the range 700 to 799, relating to video control (Continued) (Items 715 to 720: Settings for controlling the SD video processing system according to the menu settings.) Item number Item name 715 VIDEO GAIN CONTROL Settings Adjust the video output level. 0 to 800H to B50H Note This item is valid for both HD and SD outputs. Adjust the chroma output level. 0 to 800H to B50H Note This item is valid for both HD and SD outputs. Adjust the SD chroma phase. 0 to 80H to FFH Note This item is valid for both HD and SD outputs. 718 Adjust the SD setup level (black level). SETUP LEVEL (59.94i, 29.97PsF mode)/BLACK 0 to 110H to 220H LEVEL (50i, 25PsF mode) (Invalid in 24PsF or Note 23.98PsF mode) This item is valid for both HD and SD outputs when sub-item (D2 SETUP) of menu item 212 (VIDEO REMOTE CONTROL SELECT) is set to black. SYSTEM PHASE SYNC Adjust the SD output signal sync phase. (Invalid in 24PsF or 0 to 80H to FFH 23.98PsF mode) Adjust the SD output signal subcarrier phase. SYSTEM PHASE SC (Invalid in 24PsF or 0 to 3FFH 23.98PsF mode) Y/C DELAY (HDW-M2000/M2000P only. Invalid in 24PsF or 23.98PsF mode.) For playback from an analog Betacam cassette, adjust the Y/C delay. 0 to 800H to FFFH
CHROMA GAIN CONTROL
CHROMA PHASE CONTROL
When you make settings for menu items 715 to 718 or 740 to 747, set the function menu item V.PROC to MENU. When it is set to MENU, all controls for video output processing on the control panel are disabled. When menu item 337 is set to SD, changing the settings of menu items 719 and 720 changes the phase of HD output signals as well as that of SD. After changing the settings, use the F1 (SYNC) and F2 (SC) items or menu items 745 and 746 on function menu page 3 to readjust the phase of HD output signals.
Menu items in the range 700 to 799, relating to video control (Continued) Item number Item name 726 H BLANKING WIDTH (Invalid in 24PsF or 23.98PsF mode) Settings Select the horizontal blanking width of the video output signal. NAROW : Digital blanking (narrow) WIDE: Analog blanking (wide) When WIDE is selected, the horizontal blanking width complies with RS170A, and normally the blanking is widened and the image becomes narrower. It is recommended to select NAROW at the editing stage, then later, for broadcast transmission to select WIDE, to output a signal conforming to the standard. Set the output phase for the video playback signal when any of the ASSEMBLE, VIDEO, AUDIO CH1 to CH4, CUE and TC buttons is lit. INT : The video playback signal output phase is the same as the output phase in E-E mode. Use this setting when editing with a single VTR, or when previewing while watching the VTR output signal. EXT: The video playback signal output phase is the same as the phase of an input video signal or external reference signal. Set the subcarrier H phase. 0 to 800H to FFFH Select the chroma filter through which the composite video output signals pass. WIDE : Output via SMPTE wide STD: Output via SMPTE standard (narrow) Adjust the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector. This adjusts the Y, PB, and PR levels simultaneously. 0.0%(0H) to 100% (800H) to 141.3% (B4EH) Adjust the Y level of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUITPUT connector. 0.0% (0H) to 100% (800H) to 141.3% (B4EH) Adjust the PB level of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector. 0.0% (0H) to 100% (800H) to 141.3% (B4EH) Adjust the PR level of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector. 0.0% (0H) to 100% (800H) to 141.3% (B4EH) Adjust the setup level (59.94i, 29.97PsF mode)/black level (50i, 25PsF mode) of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector. 0 to 110H to 220H Control the H sync phase of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector according to the menu. 0 to 80H to FFH Fine control the H sync phase of the high-definition video signal output from the HDSDI OUTPUT connector according to the menu. 0 to 3FFH
11-4 Moisture Condensation
When the unit is suddenly moved from a cold to a warm location, or used in a very humid place, moisture from the air can condense on the head-drum. This is called moisture condensation. If the tape is run in this state, it can adhere to the drum. To prevent such a condition from occurring, the unit is provided with a moisture detecting function. If moisture condenses on the head-drum while the unit is in use, the ALARM indicator lights and ERR-10 is displayed in time data display area 1. If this happens, the drum and capstan motors stop and the cassette is automatically ejected. Then, the drum starts to rotate again to dry its surface. In this state, the unit is not operable. When the moisture has evaporated, the error message disappears and the ALARM indicator goes off. If ERR-10 appears and the ALARM indicator lights immediately after powering the unit on Leave the unit powered on and wait until the error message disappears and the indicator goes off. While the indicator is lit, you cannot insert a cassette. When the indicator goes off and the error message disappears, you can use the unit. If you move the unit from a cold to a warm location Leave the unit powered off for about 10 minutes, in order to give the unit time to detect moisture condensation.
ALARM indicator If moisture condensation occurs, ERR-10 appears in time data display area 1.
11-5 Regular Checks
11-5-1 Digital Hours Meter
The digital hours meter can display seven items of information, in corresponding display modes, about the operational history of the unit. Use it as a guide in scheduling periodic maintenance.
Displaying the digital hours meter
Display modes of the hours meter
H01: OPERATION mode Displays the total number of hours the unit has been powered on in units of 1 hour.
F6 (EXIT) button
H02: DRUM RUNNING mode Displays the total number of hours the drum has run with tape threaded in units of 1 hour. H03: TAPE RUNNING mode Displays the total number of hours the unit has been in fast forward, rewind, playback, search, recording or editing (except for stop and still) mode in units of 1 hour. H04: THREADING mode Displays the total number of times tape has been threaded in the unit. H12: DRUM RUNNING mode (resettable) Same as H02 except that the count is resettable. This can be used as a guide in determining when to replace the drum. H13: TAPE RUNNING mode (resettable) Same as H03 except that the count is resettable. This can be used as a guide in determining when to replace such components as fixed heads and pinch rollers. H14: THREADING mode (resettable) Same as H04 except that the count is resettable. This can be used as a guide in determining when to replace, for example, the threading motor.
To display the digital hours meter Press the F5 (MENU) button, then turn the MULTI CONTROL knob to display the required item in the time data display. To exit from the hours meter Press the F6 (EXIT) button.
11-5-2 Maintenance Timings
Use the following table as a timing guide for checking and replacing components of the unit. These intervals are not guaranteed lifetimes; the timing for replacing components depends on the particular conditions of use. In particular, depending on the degree of dirt contamination and abrasion, pinch rollers and cleaners may require replacement earlier than suggested by this table. Note that an arrow in the table means that the component to be replaced is part of the assembly the arrow points to, which must be replaced as a whole.
For information on severe conditions (frequent threading/ unthreading) or how to replace components, refer to the Maintenance Manual Volume 1.
Guideline replacement intervals Component Digital hours meter indication (menu number in parenthesis) Drum running time (H02) R: Replace 1000 hrs Upper drum Drum assembly Brush slip ring assembly Video head cleaner (roller) Pinch roller assembly Reel table assembly Pinch application assembly Fan motor (card) Fan motor (MD) Fan motor (power supply) Note Tape running time (H03) Operation time (H01) Replace after 40,000 hours Replace after 40,000 hours Replace after 40,000 hours Tape running time (H03) R R R R (Replace at interval of 4000 hours.) R C: Check, and replace if necessary 2000 hrs 3000 hrs 4000 hrs 5000 hrs 6000 hrs C C C C() C R() R R
Contact a Sony service or marketing representative regarding the replacement and checking of components.
Recording format HDCAM Power requirements 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz Power consumption 2.2 A (220 W), when used without optional devices Peak inrush current (1) Power ON, current probe method: HDW-A (240 V), 20 A (100 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 50 A (240 V), 14 A (100 V) (2) Hot switching inrush current, measured in accordance with European standard EN55103-1: HDW-A (230 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 18 A (230 V) Appel de courant de crte (1) Mise sous tension (ON), mthode de sondage du courant: HDW-A (240 V), 20 A (100 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 50 A (240 V), 14 A (100 V) (2) Mesur conformment la norme europenne EN55103-1: HDW-A (230 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 18 A (230 V) Spitzenstrom (1) Einschaltstrom, Stromsonde: HDW-A (240 V), 20 A (100 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 50 A (240 V), 14 A (100 V) (2) Gemessen in EN55103-1: HDW-A (230 V) HDW-M2000/M2000P 18 A (230 V) Operating temperature 5C to 40C (41F to 104F) Storage temperature 20C to +60C (4F to +140F) Humidity 20 to 90% Mass 23 kg (50 lb 11 oz) Dimensions (w/h/d) 544 mm (16 7/3/1/2 inches)
Ground terminal 2-17
Non-drop frame mark 3-7 mode 9-4
Operation mode 3-7 OUTREF (function menu) 9-7
PANEL SELECT switch 2-14 Parts replacement 11-6 PB controls 2-6 PB/EE (function menu) 9-3 PHONES jack/control 2-2 PLAY button 2-11 Playback capstan override 4-8 dynamic motion control (DMC) 4-10 jog mode 4-7 normal 4-6 shuttle mode 4-7 speed indication 2-8 variable speed mode 4-8 PLAYER button 2-12 Power supply section 2-17 POWER switch 2-2 Preparations for playback 4-5 for recording 4-1 PREREAD (function menu) 9-7 Preread editing 5-14 PREROLL button 2-10 PRESET/REGEN 9-4 Preview 5-7 PREVIEW button 2-13 PUSH/SHIFT indicator 2-8
REMOTE 1-IN(9P) connector 2-18 REMOTE 1-OUT(9P) connector 2-18 REMOTE 2 PARALLEL I/O(50P) connector 2-18 RESET button 2-8 REVIEW button 2-13 REW button 2-11 RS-232C connector 2-18 indicator 2-2 RUN (function menu) 9-4
T INFO (function menu) 9-6 Tape format indicator 2-7 Tape transport control section 2-10 TC button 2-11 TCG (function menu) 9-4 TCGSET (function menu) 9-3 TCR (function menu) 9-4 Tele-File attribute data 7-11 clip data 7-3 format 7-12 memory label 7-1 overview 7-1 resume 7-10 undo 7-10 Time code 4-2 TIME CODE IN/OUT connector 2-18 Time code input/output section 2-18 Time data 3-6 display 2-7 TRIM buttons 2-13
SC (function menu) 9-6 SDI OUTPUT connectors 2-17 SDTI INPUT connector 2-17 SDTI OUTPUT connectors 2-17 Search control section 2-8 Search dial 2-9 SERVO indicator 2-11 Setup 3-5 SETUP (function menu) 9-5 Setup menu basic menu items 10-7 configuration 10-1 extended menu items 10-10 menu bank operations 10-5 operations 10-2 Shot data 6-7 Shot mark function cuing up 6-6 list operations 6-4 operation menu 6-2 operations 6-3 overview 6-1 reading 6-3 sorting 6-8 writing 6-3 Shot mark section 2-13 SHUTTLE button 2-9 Shuttle mode 4-7 SHUTTLE/VAR indicator 2-9 Specifications A-1 Speed indication area 2-8 Standalone editing 5-14 STANDBY button 2-10 STOP button 2-11 Superimposed character information 3-6 Switch panel 2-14 SYNC (function menu) 9-6 Sync signal 3-2 System configurations 1-4 System frequency indicator 2-7
UMID display 8-4 output 8-4 overview 8-1 recording 8-2 Upper control panel 2-2 User bit values 4-2
VAR button 2-9 Variable speed mode 4-8 VIDEO (function menu) 9-5 VIDEO button 2-11 VIDEO CONTROL(15P) connector 2-18 VIDEO CONTROL(9P) connector 2-18 Video test signal (setup menu item 710) 10-24 VID.IN (function menu) 9-3 VITC external sync 4-4 field 3-7 indicator 2-7 V.PROC (function menu) 9-5
Quick Editing 5-13
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