• MANUAL...: Sets the manual opening/closing of the Iris.
-Select “MANUAL...” using the Rotary Wheel and press SET button to display the following screen.
LEVEL[ 00 ]
-Set the value using the Rotary Wheel.
-Press the MENU button to return to the previous menu.
-You can set the
-The numbers following the AUTO and FIX items indicate the num- ber of fields stored. The higher the number is, the lower the speed of the shutter becomes. Images, therefore, appear most clear with still pictures. With moving images, however, the object can appear blurred.
-Setting the Value
From the SHUTTER Menu press ENTER to adjust the values. Select the value using the Rotary Wheel and press ENTER to complete the setting.
OFF ’ 1/120(1/100) ’ 1/250 ’ 1/500 ’ 1/1000 ’ 1/2000 ’ 1/4000 ’ 1/10K ’ OFF ’AUTO X2 ’AUTO X4 ’AUTO X6 ’AUTO X8 ’ AUTO X12 ’AUTO X16 ’AUTO X24 ’AUTO X32 ’AUTO X48 ’ AUTO X64 ’AUTO X96 ’AUTO X128 ’ OFF ’ FIX X2 ’ FIX X4 ’ FIX X6 ’ FIX X8 ’ FIX X12 ’ FIX X16 ’ FIX X24 ’ FIX X32 ’ FIX X48 ’ FIX X64 ’ FIX X96 ’ FIX X128.
WHITE BALANCE: ATW, AWC.., MANUAL...
•You can turn on the White Balance function that enables the color white to appear normal regardless of the color temperature of light.
•ATW : Monitors the change in color temperature and adjusts the set- ting of the White Balance accordingly.
•AWC : Adjusts the setting of the White Balance to the color tempera- ture only once and then maintains the setting. While in the AWC screen, place a white paper in front of the camera and press the SET button.
•MANUAL... : Select “MANUAL” using the Rotary Wheel and press the SET button to display the following screen. Then you can choose 3200K, 5600K or USER Mode and set the White Balance manually depending on the current lighing conditions.
-3200K : Sets the color temperature at 3200° K.
-5600K : Sets the color temperature at 5600° K.
-Set to “OFF[USER]” to display the following screen. Press ENTER and then select the proper values of RED and BLUE to manually set the color temperature.
RED [ 00 ]
BLUE[ 00 ]
Press the MENU button to return to the previous menu.
•Select “SPECIAL..” using the Rotary Wheel and press ENTER to dis- play the following screen. Press the MENU button after completing the setting to return to the previous menu.
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•AGC : AGC(Auto Gain Control) function On/Off.
•MIRROR : Horizontally reverses the video output signals.
•POSI/NEGA : Sets the video output signals to either normal or reverse output.
•ZOOM SPEED : Sets the moving speed of the Zoom.
-1: Takes about 17 sec from x1 to x12 (the lowest speed)
-2: Takes about 10 sec from x1 to x12 (low speed)
-3: Takes about 6 sec from x1 to x12 (high speed)
-4: Takes about 3 sec from x1 to x12 (the highest speed)
•DETAIL : Adjusts brightness vertically and horizontally.
FOCUS: Set the Focus to MF or ONEAF.
•MF: Manual Focus Mode allows the user to Focus.
•ONEAF: When the Zoom moves from the Wide to the Telephoto direction, AF occurs only once after the Telephoto function is com- pleted.
-ONEAF works like MF Mode when there are still images and like AF Mode when the Zoom moves in the Telephoto direction.
•The Motion Detect feature is used to detect motion of an object. By turning on the Motion Detect, you can detect the motion of an intruder during
•Select “MOTION DETECT” using the Rotary Wheel and press ENTER to display the following screen. Press the MENU button after completing the setting to return to the previous menu.