Nikon DSR-1500AP Bedienungsanleitung

Stöbern Sie online oder laden Sie Bedienungsanleitung nach Kassettenrekorder Nikon DSR-1500AP herunter. Nikon DSR-1500AP User's Manual Benutzerhandbuch

  • Herunterladen
  • Zu meinen Handbüchern hinzufügen
  • Drucken
  • Seite
    / 112
  • Inhaltsverzeichnis
  • FEHLERBEHEBUNG
  • LESEZEICHEN
  • Bewertet4.5 / 5. Basierend auf9 Kundenbewertungen
Seitenansicht 0
DSR-1500A/1500AP
© 2002 Sony Corporation
3-619-326-12 (1)
Digital
Videocassette
Recorder
Operating Instructions
Before operating the unit, please read this manual
thoroughly and retain it for future reference.
Seitenansicht 0
1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 111 112

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Seite 1 - Recorder

DSR-1500A/1500AP© 2002 Sony Corporation3-619-326-12 (1)DigitalVideocassetteRecorderOperating InstructionsBefore operating the unit, please read this m

Seite 2 - Owner’s Record

10Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 Overviewa POWER switchPress the “ ” side to power on the unit. This causes the audio level meters and the

Seite 3 - Important Safety Instructions

100TroubleshootingChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingError MessagesThis unit is provided with a self-diagnostic function that detects internal

Seite 4 - Table of Contents

101TroubleshootingChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingAlarm messages and associated directionsAlarm message on monitor screen(Cause)Direction A

Seite 5

102TroubleshootingChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingTape end has been detected. Use a new cleaning tape. Tape end!Tape not editable. Use a ta

Seite 6 - Overview

103PrecautionsAppendixesPrecautionsOn safety• Should any liquid or solid object fall into the cabinet, unplug the unit and have it checked by qualifie

Seite 7 - Compact Size

104Specifications AppendixesSpecificationsGeneralSignal system DSR-1500A: NTSCDSR-1500AP: PALPower requirements100 V to 240 V AC, 50/60 HzPower cons

Seite 8 - Optional Accessories

105Specifications AppendixesAudio performanceFrequency responseTwo-channel (48 kHz) mode:20 Hz to 20 kHz ±1.0 dBFour-channel (32 kHz) mode:20 Hz to

Seite 9 - Front Panel

106Specifications AppendixesOutput for headphonesHEADPHONESStereo phone jack, −∞ to −13 dBu (DSR-1500A)/−11 dBu (DSR-1500AP), 8 Ω, unbalanced, −20 d

Seite 10 - Chapter 1 Overview

107GlossaryAppendixesGlossaryA/B roll editingAn editing method that uses two or more playback VCRs to create special effects such as dissolve and wipe

Seite 11

108GlossaryAppendixesS/NAbbreviation of Signal-to-Noise (ratio). The higher the S/N value, the less noise and higher the picture quality.Search modeA

Seite 12 - CH1 1/2 CH2 3/4

109IndexIndexIndexNumerics2CH indicator 1732K indicator 1644.1K indicator 1648K indicator 164CH indicator 179P indicator 16AA/B roll editi

Seite 13

11Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewWhen CH-1/2 mode is selected with the METER CH-1/2 3/4 button:When CH-3/4 mode is selected with th

Seite 14 - C Display section

110IndexIndexMMaintenance 8, 95Menu 56AUDIO CONTROL 66AUTO FUNCTION 72changing settings 73contents 59DISPLAY CONTROL 61indications 59I

Seite 15

111IndexIndexOUTPUT PHASE mode 71Videoperformance 104process control 8test signal 12Video/audio input setting section 12VITCfield indication

Seite 16

Sony Corporationhttp://www.sony.net/

Seite 17 - REW PLAY F FWD STOP REC

12Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewB Video/audio input setting sectiona SDTI/i.LINK (SDTI (QSDI) interface/i.LINK selection) buttonEa

Seite 18 - E Menu control section

13Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 Overviewis possible to adjust the audio levels on the two channels separately.You can switch the audio rec

Seite 19 - Rear Panel

14Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewC Display sectiona INPUT signal display sectionIndicates the input video and audio signal formats

Seite 20 - AUDIO IN

15Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewVIDEO indicators: The indicator (COMPOSITE, S VIDEO, Y−R,B, SDI, or SG) corresponding to the selec

Seite 21 - AUDIO OUT

16Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewAUDIO indicators: Comprise the CH 1/2 indicator and CH 3/4 indicator to indicate the channel selec

Seite 22

17Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 Overviewo REC MODE (audio recording mode) displayThis indicates the audio recording mode currently selecte

Seite 23 - Recording and Playback

18Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewE Menu control sectiona MENU buttonPress this button to display the menu on the monitor screen and

Seite 24 - Checking the tape for slack

19Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewRear Panela AC IN connectorUse the supplied power cord to connect this to an AC outlet.b DV IN/OUT

Seite 25 - Inserting a cassette

2Owner’s RecordThe model and serial numbers are located at the bottom.Record these numbers in the spaces provided below. Refer to them whenever you ca

Seite 26 - Press the EJECT button

20Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewA Analog video/audio signal input section (optional DSBK-1505 Analog Input Board)The connectors in

Seite 27 - Recording

21Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewB Analog video/audio signal output sectiona VIDEO OUT connectors (BNC type)There are the following

Seite 28 - Settings for Recording

22Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewC Digital signal input/output section (optional DSBK-1501 Digital Input/Output Board)The connector

Seite 29

23Usable CassettesChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackUsable CassettesThis unit can use the DVCAM cassettes listed below.The * in each model name is actua

Seite 30 - 6 Select the audio mode

24Usable CassettesChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackDVCAM cassettesThe following figure illustrates the DVCAM cassettes.Notes on using cassettes• Befo

Seite 31

25Usable CassettesChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackPreventing accidental erasureSet the REC/SAVE switch on the cassette to SAVE to prevent accidental

Seite 32

26Usable CassettesChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackNo double insertion of cassettesWhen you insert a cassette, the orange lock-out plate appears in t

Seite 33

27RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackRecordingThis section describes the necessary settings and operations to perform recording on this unit.

Seite 34 - Playback

28RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackSettings for RecordingWhen controlling this unit from an editing control unit connected to the REMOTE con

Seite 35 - 2 Press the PLAY button

29RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackWhen the REMOTE indicator is lit, selection of the time data type is carried out at the editing control u

Seite 36 - times normal speed) in

3• Read these instructions.• Keep these instructions.• Heed all warnings.• Follow all instructions.• Do not use this apparatus near water.• Clean only

Seite 37 - 4 Press the PLAY button

30RecordingChapter 2 Recording and Playback6 Select the audio mode.Select either two-channel mode (2 CHANNEL) or four-channel mode (4 CHANNEL) with

Seite 38

31RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackNotes• When controlling this unit from an editing control unit connected to the REMOTE connector of this

Seite 39 - 1 Press the MENU button

32RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackIf the REC INHI indicator lights:It indicates that the REC/SAVE switch of the loaded cassette has been se

Seite 40 - >> REP TOP

33RecordingChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackTo perform the following operationsReference level for recording in DV (SP) formatOn many consumer DV dev

Seite 41 - 8 Press the g button

34PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackPlaybackThis section describes the settings and operations necessary to perform playback on this unit. The

Seite 42 - 10Press the G button

35PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackPlayback ProcedureNoteWhen controlling this unit from an editing control unit connected to the REMOTE conn

Seite 43

36PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackTo perform the following operationsa) When the SEARCH ENABLE menu item (see page 60) is set to ENABLE.Oper

Seite 44 - Convenient Functions

37PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackRepeat Playback—Automatic Cyclical PlaybackProceed as follows to perform automatic cyclical playback of re

Seite 45 - Setting the Time Data

38PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackSetting the current tape position as point A or BProceed as follows to set the current tape position as po

Seite 46 - Time counter display

39PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and PlaybackInputting time code values for points A and BUsing the following procedure, you can modify the time code v

Seite 47 - Time Codes

4Table of ContentsTable of ContentsChapter 1 OverviewFeatures... 6DVCA

Seite 48 - 3 Press the G button

40PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and Playback3 With “OPERATIONAL FUNCTION” selected, press the G button.The display changes as follows.4 With “REPEAT F

Seite 49 - 7 Press the SET (YES) button

41PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and Playback6 Press the G button.The display changes as follows.7 Press the F button to select “A POINT.”8 Press the g

Seite 50 - Not DVCAM!

42PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and Playback9 Press the F button to select “A PRESET.”10Press the G button.The A PRESET MODE screen appears. The time

Seite 51 - Determining Editing

43PlaybackChapter 2 Recording and Playback13Press the SET (YES) button to confirm the defined value.The message “NOW SAVING...” is displayed on the

Seite 52 - Digitally Dubbing Signals

44Setting the Time DataChapter 3Convenient Functionsfor Editing OperationSetting the Time DataThis unit is provided with the following functions relat

Seite 53 - Executing

45Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationMonitor screen contentsThe contents of the monitor screen are shown below

Seite 54 - SV unlocked

46Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationTo display the desired time data in the time counter displayPress the COU

Seite 55 - No DVCAM/DV

47Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing Operation2 Set the TIME CODE menu items (see page 63) as shown below.3 Press the T

Seite 56 - Menu Settings

48Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing Operationautomatically synchronize with the external time code input to the unit v

Seite 57 - Menu organization

49Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing Operation4 Press the F button to select “TC INSERT.”5 Press the G button.The follo

Seite 58 - (Continued)

5Table of ContentsAuto Mode (AUTO FUNCTION) Execution Menu... 72Changing Menu Settings ...

Seite 59 - Menu Contents

50Setting the Time DataChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationPress the SET (YES) button to end the operation and do it over again afte

Seite 60 - Chapter 4 Menu Settings

51High-Speed and Low-Speed Search—Quickly and Accurately Determining Editing PointsChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationHigh-Speed an

Seite 61

52Digitally Dubbing Signals in DVCAM/DV FormatChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationDigitally Dubbing Signals in DVCAM/DV FormatIn add

Seite 62

53Digitally Dubbing Signals in DVCAM/DV FormatChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing Operation3 Press the G button.This displays the items on le

Seite 63

54Digitally Dubbing Signals in DVCAM/DV FormatChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing Operation9 When the dubbing is completed, press the MENU bu

Seite 64

55Digitally Dubbing Signals in DVCAM/DV FormatChapter 3 Convenient Functions for Editing OperationIn either case, the source tape section recorded i

Seite 65

56Menu OrganizationChapter 4Menu SettingsMenu OrganizationAs shown in the following figure, the menu system consists of four levels and is functionall

Seite 66

57Menu OrganizationChapter 4 Menu SettingsMenu organizationOPERATIONAL FUNCTIONREPEAT FUNCTIONAUTO EE SELECTREPEAT MODEREPEAT TOPREPEAT ENDA PRESET

Seite 67

58Menu OrganizationChapter 4 Menu SettingsVIDEO CONTROLAUDIO CONTROLMENU GRADEC PHASE MODEADJ RANGEVIDEO GAINCHROMA GAINCHROMA PHASESETUP LEVEL a)BL

Seite 68

59Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsMenu ContentsSetup MenuThe purpose and settings of the setup menu items are described below.Indications of men

Seite 69

6FeaturesChapter 1OverviewFeaturesThe DSR-1500A/1500AP is a 1/4-inch digital videocassette recorder using the DVCAM™ digital recording format. The uni

Seite 70

60Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsAUTO EE SELECT [> Auto EE]: Determine whether the unit enters EE mode or PB mode when audio and video signa

Seite 71

61Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsPLAY START [> PLAY start]: Set the timing for switching from stop mode to playback mode.In an editing syste

Seite 72

62Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsSUB STATUS [> Sub status]: Select supplementary status information superimposed on output from the B−Y/CPST

Seite 73 - Changing Menu Settings

63Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsTIME CODE [Time code]: Settings related to the time code generatorDescription of settingsTC MODE [> TC mode

Seite 74 - >> 50%

64Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsVITC POS SEL-1 [> VITC pos-1]: Select a line to insert the VITC in.NoteYou can insert the VITC signal in tw

Seite 75 - Displaying Enhanced Items

65Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsVIDEO CONTROL [Video]: Settings related to video control Description of settingsINT VIDEO SG [> Video SG]:

Seite 76 - Menu grade

66Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsPROCESS CONTROL [> Proc ctrl]C PHASE MODE [>> C Phas MD]: Select the phase rotation mode for chroma p

Seite 77 - Information

67Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsINPUT ARRANGE [> Input arng]: Make settings for input audio mixing.NoteWhen, in 4-channel mode, analog audi

Seite 78

68Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsJOG CONTROL [> Jog ctrl]: Select whether to adjust the audio playback speed during slow playback.OFF [>&

Seite 79 - Settings

69Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsSETUP BANK OPERATION [Setup Bank]: Settings related to menu bank operationsDescription of settingsRECALL BANK1

Seite 80

7FeaturesChapter 1 OverviewNoteWhen playing back a tape recorded in DVCPRO (25 Mbps) format, the outputs in SDTI format of this unit are muted. Furt

Seite 81

70Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsEE OUT PHASE settings for time code outputUse the following as reference information when setting the EE OUT P

Seite 82 - About reference video signals

71Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsVIDEO OUTPUT PHASE modeThe time code output signal is synchronized with the output video signal.This mode is a

Seite 83

72Menu ContentsChapter 4 Menu SettingsAuto Mode (AUTO FUNCTION) Execution MenuThe following table shows the purpose and function of the items in the

Seite 84

73Changing Menu SettingsChapter 4 Menu SettingsChanging Menu SettingsThis section explains how to change menu settings. Buttons Used to Change Setti

Seite 85

74Changing Menu SettingsChapter 4 Menu Settings2 With “SETUP MENU” selected, press the G button.This displays all items on menu level 1.3 Press the

Seite 86 - Control signal connections

75Changing Menu SettingsChapter 4 Menu Settings8 To change other settings, press the g button to return to the previous screen, then repeat steps 5

Seite 87

76Changing Menu SettingsChapter 4 Menu Settings2 With “SETUP MENU” selected, press the G button.This displays all basic and enhanced items on menu l

Seite 88 - Connection of a video monitor

77Displaying Supplementary Status InformationChapter 4 Menu SettingsDisplaying Supplementary Status InformationWhen you set the SUB STATUS menu item

Seite 89

78Displaying Supplementary Status InformationChapter 4 Menu SettingsDisplay format of supplementary status information when the SUB STATUS menu item

Seite 90

79Connections for a Digital Non-Linear Editing SystemChapter 5Connections andSettingsNoteProduction of some of the peripherals and related devices des

Seite 91

8FeaturesChapter 1 Overviewin both directions. You can also search frame-by-frame in jog mode.At search speeds up to 10 times normal speed in both d

Seite 92

80Connections for a Digital Non-Linear Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsSettings on the DSR-1500A/1500APFor details of video/audio in

Seite 93

81Connections for a Cut Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsConnections for a Cut Editing SystemThe following figure shows a cut editing

Seite 94

82Connections for a Cut Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsSettings on the DSR-1500A/1500APs (recorder and player)a) for player onlyb)

Seite 95 - Maintenance and

83Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsConnections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemThe following is an example

Seite 96

84Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and Settingsa) An I/O delay of several frames occurs on DME switchers and other de

Seite 97 - Head Cleaning

85Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsAudio monitor system connectionsThe following shows an example of audi

Seite 98

86Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsControl signal connectionsThe following shows an example of control si

Seite 99

87Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsVideo/audio signal connectionsThe following shows an example of video/

Seite 100 - Error02-603

88Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsSettings on the DSR-1500A/1500AP (player)Connection of a video monitor

Seite 101 - Troubleshooting

89Connections for an A/B Roll Editing SystemChapter 5 Connections and SettingsSettings on an editing control unitWhen connecting an editing control

Seite 102

9Location and Function of PartsChapter 1 OverviewLocation and Function of PartsFront PanelPOWERPHONESREW PLAY F FWD STOPEJECTLOCALREMOTEREC/PBLEVELP

Seite 103 - Appendixes

90Connections for SDTI (QSDI) DubbingChapter 5 Connections and SettingsConnections for SDTI (QSDI) DubbingThe following shows an example of connecti

Seite 104 - Specifications

91Connections for Analog RecordingChapter 5 Connections and SettingsConnections for Analog RecordingIt is possible to record analog playback signals

Seite 105 - Input connectors

92Connections for Analog RecordingChapter 5 Connections and SettingsSettings on the DSR-1500A/1500AP (player)Switch/menu item SettingLOCAL/REMOTE sw

Seite 106 - Optional accessories

93Adjusting the Sync and Subcarrier PhasesChapter 5 Connections and SettingsAdjusting the Sync and Subcarrier PhasesWhen using two or more players,

Seite 107 - Glossary

94Adjusting the Sync and Subcarrier PhasesChapter 5 Connections and SettingsPerforming a phase adjustment operation1 Press the SCH button on the vec

Seite 108

95MaintenanceChapter 6Maintenance andTroubleshootingMaintenanceCondensationIf you move the unit suddenly from a cold to a warm location, or if you use

Seite 109

96MaintenanceChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingDisplaying the digital hours meterUse the following procedure.1 Press the MENU button in the m

Seite 110

97MaintenanceChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingTo end the digital hours meter displayPress the MENU button in the menu control section.To res

Seite 111

98TroubleshootingChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingTroubleshootingIf an alarm message appears on the monitor screen, or if the unit appears t

Seite 112 - Sony Corporation

99TroubleshootingChapter 6 Maintenance and TroubleshootingMonitor problemsSymptom Cause RemedyData is not superimposed on the monitor screen.The CHA

Kommentare zu diesen Handbüchern

Keine Kommentare