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DSC-H50 RMT-DSC2 Ver. 1.3 2008.09 SECTION 6 Auto-ADJ Revision History ADJUSTMENTS Link Before starting adjustments SERVICE MODE Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards APPLICATION FOR ADJUSTMENT (SeusEX) List of service tools SERVICE MODE DATA BACKUP CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM DESTINATION DATA WRITE USB SERIAL No. INPUT VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS ERROR • Use this Service Manual together with the Automatic Adjustment Program (DSC-H50 Auto-Adj Ver_1.3r04.exe). DSC-H50_ADJ 2008I0500-1© 2...
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DSC-H50 RMT-DSC2 Ver. 1.3 2008.09 SECTION 6 Auto-ADJ

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Before starting adjustments SERVICE MODE Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards APPLICATION FOR ADJUSTMENT (SeusEX) List of service tools SERVICE MODE DATA BACKUP CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM DESTINATION DATA WRITE USB SERIAL No. INPUT VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS

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• Use this Service Manual together with the Automatic Adjustment Program (DSC-H50 Auto-Adj Ver_1.3r04.exe). DSC-H50_ADJ 2008I0500-1© 2008.9 9-852-286-54 Sony EMCS Co. Published by Kohda TEC,

SECTION 6 ADJUSTMENTS Before starting adjustments

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: When replacing the SY-201 board, erase the data in internal memory of the board before replacement. Replaced parts Block Mounted parts Board replacement replacement replacement Adjusting item Adjustment Destination Data Write Destination data write z USB Serial No. Input USB serial No. input z Composite video level Composite video level adj. adjustmentzzComponent out Y level adj. Component video level adjustment Component out Pb level adj. z z Component out Pr level adj. CAMERA adjustment 1 Hall adj. z z CAMERA adjustment 2 Wide limit adj. z z CAMERA adjustment 3 Flange back adj. zzzCAMERA adjustment 4 Flange back checkzzzCAMERA adjustment 5 Light falloff balance adj. zzFNo. compensation CAMERA adjustment 6 Measure gain, LV adj. zzzzMechanical shutter adj. AWB 3200K-5800K standard data input AWB 3200K-5800K check CAMERA adjustment 7 Color reproduction adj. & checkzzzCCD white defect compensation check CCD black defect compensation check CAMERA adjustment 8 Strobe adj. zzzzzCAMERA adjustment 9 Auto focus illumination checkzzzCAMERA adjustment 10 Angular velocity sensor sensitivity adj. zzzV-COM adj. LCD adjustmentzzWhite Balance adj. Table 6-1-1 6-1 Lens block CCD block assy (Including CD-737 flexible board and CCD imager) Flash unit LCD block LCD901 LCD unit LE-042 board D002 (AF illumination LED) SY-201 board IC304 (Timing gen., CCD signal process) SY-201 board IC602 (Video amp.) SY-201 board SE502, SE501 (PITCH, YAW sensor) LE-042 board (COMPLETE) ST-195 board (COMPLETE) SY-201 board (COMPLETE) (Note), 1-2. List of service tools • Oscilloscope • Color monitor J-1 J-2 HASP key and application J-3 for adjustment (SeusEX) Personal computer USB, A/V cable for (Note 1) multi-use terminal Contact our service headquarters of each 1-834-813-11 area how to get the application for adjustment (SeusEX) and HASP key. J-4 J-5 J-6 Pattern box PTB-450 J-6082-200-A 9 colors chart (Note 2) USB cable or 1-829-868-41 Small pattern box For PTB-1450: PTB-1450 J-6082-562-A J-6082-557-A J-7 Clear chart J-8 J-9 For PTB-450: Flange back Minipattern box J-6080-621-A adjustment jig J-6082-353-B J-6082-563-A For PTB-1450: J-6082-560-A J-10 J-11 J-12 Siemens star chart Background paper AC power adaptor J-6080-875-A J-2501-130-A AC-LS5 1-479-284-51 J-13 J-14 Component Camera table video out jig J-6082-384-A J-6082-659-A Fig. 6-1-1 Note 1: Personal computer OS: Windows 2000/XP Home/XP Pro RAM: 256 MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required. Note 2: In using the 9 colors chart on the pattern box PTB-450, adjust the chart size through the procedure shown below so that it matches to the pattern box PTB-450. 1) Prepare a woody board A of the thickness 5 mm, and paint it mat-black. 2) Fit the 9 colors chart in the woody board A, and secure the chart with a black tape, etc. to shield the light. woody board A 360 mm woody board A 155 mm 135 mm 280 mm 9 colors chart 6-2, 6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS 1-1. PREPARATIONS BEFORE ADJUSTMENTS 1-1-1. Preparations 1) Connect the equipment for adjustments according to Fig. 6-1-2. 2) Start up the application for adjustment (SeusEX). AC power adaptor

PC (The SeusEX must be installed in the PC.) AC-LS5

OS: Windows 2000/XP (1-479-284-51) RAM: 256 MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) AC IN Two connectors are required. To DC IN jack

HASP Key

To Multi connector To USB Video system Adjustment connector (Composite video level adj.) Oscilloscope USB, A/V cable for Color monitor Terminated Video multi-use terminal 75 Ω (yellow) (1-834-813-11) Audio (Black) Fig. 6-1-2 Note: The set must be connected to the Component video out jig when performing the “Component out (Y, Pb, Pr) level adjustment” in the “Video System Adjustment”. 6-3, • Connection diagram when “Component out (Y, Pb, Pr) level adjustment” in “Video System Adjustment” is performed. To DC IN jack AC IN AC power adaptor Measurement Point: AC-LS5 (1-479-284-51) Component Out Y Level GND HD_Y CN1 CN2 Component Out Pr Level HD_Pb HD_Pr AUDIO CN3

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Component Out Pb Level VIDEO CN4 Remove the PC jack cover OS: Windows 2000/XP CN5 RAM: 256 MB or more recommended USB: 2.0 recommended (also compatible with 1.1) Two connectors are required. Component video out jig (J-6082-659-A) To USB USB cable connector (1-829-868-41)

HASP Key

To USB connector Fig. 6-1-3 6-4, 1-1-2. Precautions 1. Setting the Switch Unless otherwise specified, set the switches as follows and perform adjustments. 1. Mode dial ... Auto Adjustment 2. W/T (Zoom) button ...WIDE end 3. Digital Zoom (Settings – Shooting Settings – Shooting Settings 1) ...Off 4. Conversion Lens (Settings – Shooting Settings – Shooting Settings 1) ...Off 5. NIGHTSHOT switch ...Off 9 colors chart (Standard picture frame) ABACA= B C = B Green Yellow W14 3 C14: Filter for AWB 5800K adjustment Cyan White Red B C14 Blue Magenta

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Effective picture frame 2 Transparent window Adjust the camera position and direction Fig. a LCD screen or under scan to obtain the LCD screen or the monitor( monitorTVpicture) TV display shown in Fig. a. Fig. 6-1-4 2. Subjects 1) 9 colors chart (Standard picture frame). When performing adjustments using the 9 colors chart, adjust the picture frame as shown in Fig. 6-1-4. (Standard picture frame) 2) Clear chart (Standard picture frame) Remove the 9 colors chart from the pattern box and insert a clear chart in its place. (Do not perform zoom operations dur- ing this time) 3. Setting Distance between Pattern Box and Camera Set the distance from the front of the lens to the pattern box as shown in Fig. 6-1-5. L = About 7 cm Pattern box Front of the lens L Camera Fig. 6-1-5 6-5, 4. Precautions When Using Pattern Box 1) It takes about 30 minutes for pattern box to stabilize its brightness. Turn on the pattern box 30 minutes before the adjustment starts. 2) Make arrangement so that the outside light does not enter the chart surface in the pattern box. Also, place a board between chart and camera, and make a hole at the lens part of the board so that the camera is not reflected in the shot image screen. (Adjustment may not be performed correctly due to the influence of outside light.) Example 1: Place a box to block a section between pattern box and camera. Make the hole of the same Make the hole of the same size as the pattern box. size as the lens. L = About 7 cm Pattern box Front of the lens L Camera Fig. 6-1-6 Example 2: Place a board having a hole in front of the camera and cover the pattern box and camera with a blackout curtain Board that opens hole Cover with a blackout curtain to lens part L = About 7 cm Pattern box Front of the lens L Camera Fig. 6-1-7 3) Control of color chart The color chart will fade if it is exposed to direct sunlight or strong light. Since the fading of color chart progresses even with the light in the pattern box, remove and store the color chart when it is not used. Remove the color chart and store it. Store the color chart in a place not exposed to direct light, avoiding high temperature and humidity. Use the color chart for about three years, and afterward replace it with a new chart. 6-6, 5. 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, C and D of 15 mm thickness. woody board A (2) woody board B (2) woody board C (1) woody board D (1) 400 mm 370 mm 700 mm 370 mm 513 mm 513 mm 700 mm 100 mm 370 mm 730 mm 700 mm 120 mm Fig. 6-1-8 2) Apply black mat paint to one side of woody board A, B and D. 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, C and D are internal. (Fig. 6-1-9) woody board A woody board D woody board B woody board A woody board B woody board C Fig. 6-1-9 L = 50 cm Flash adjustment box Front of the lens L Camera Background paper Fig. 6-1-10 6-7,

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1-2. ADJUSTMENT PROGRAM 3. Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen The DSC-H50 is adjusted by the Automatic Adjustment Program. When the Automatic Adjustment Program started, the Main Menu The Automatic Adjustment Program enters automatically via the screen in Fig. 6-1-11 will appear. On this screen, select each ad- SeusEX the adjustment operations that were formerly entered justment section. manually by the adjustment remote commander (some items may be adjusted by manual operation on the operation screen of the SeusEX). qs 1. Precautions When Using Automatic Adjustment 1 Program qa 1) The Automatic Adjustment Program writes the adjustment re- 2 sults such as EVR data to the set through two-way communi- cation with the camera via the SeusEX. Accordingly, the Au- 4 tomatic Adjustment Program must be used in the environment where the SeusEX operates. 5 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program cannot be used when the SEUS or the SeusCam is running. Exit the SEUS or the 6 SeusCam before using the Automatic Adjustment Program. 7 9 3) The SeusEX must be already started on the PC when using the Automatic Adjustment Program. With the SeusEX not started, 8 0 some adjustment items will take time in adjustment. 4) The program run time may vary depending on the environ- 3 ment of the personal computer used. Fig. 6-1-11 2. Start of Automatic Adjustment Program Double-click the application file (DSC-H50 Auto-Adj 1 [Connecting the Equipment] button Ver_1.3r04.exe), and the Automatic Adjustment Program will start. A connection diagram of the equipment is displayed. 2 [CONNECT] button The mode of Camcorder is switched to the Adjustment Mode. When the Adjustment Mode has switched normally, the op- eration of the buttons 4 – 0 is enabled. 3 [END] button The mode of Camcorder is switched to the normal mode. When the normal mode has switched correctly, the Automatic Adjustment Program is finished. 4 [DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button The “DESTINATION DATA WRITE” screen appears. 5 [USB SERIAL N0. INPUT] button The “USB SERIAL No. INPUT” screen appears. 6 [VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button The “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen appears. 7 [CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button The “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen appears. 8 [LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button The “LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen appears. 9 [SERVICE MODE] button The “SERVICE MODE” screen appears. 0 [DATA BACKUP] button The “DATA BACKUP” screen appears. qa This part indicates the version of Automatic Adjustment Pro- gram. qs [Adjust item] button “Adjusting items when replacing main parts and boards” table is displayed. 6-8,

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4. Setting of Adjustment Mode 5. Release of Adjustment Mode Before performing the adjustment, “Setting of Adjustment Mode” To finish the adjustment, be sure to perform “Release of Adjust- is required. ment Mode”. [Setting method] [Releasing method] 1) Connect the Camera to the PC with a USB cable, and turn on 1) Click the [END] button on the Main Menu screen. the power switch. 2) When the following message is displayed, releasing of adjust- 2) Start the Automatic Adjustment Program, and click the [Con- ment mode has completed. Click the [OK] button in the mes- nect] button on the Main Menu screen. sage window to exit the Automatic Adjustment Program. 3) Turn off the power button of the set when the following mes- Note: The Camera switches to the normal mode by turning sage is displayed. off and on the power switch. After the adjustment fin- ished, turn off and on again the power switch of the Camera to confirm that the USB mode screen is dis- played. 4) Once turn off a set completely by pulling a “DC In Jack”. 5) Connect a “DC In Jack” again and turn on a set by the power button of a body. Click the [OK] button on the message screen when the set started. 6) Upon successful completion of the settings in the Adjustment Mode, the operation of each button on the Main Menu screen is enabled. 6-9,

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1-3. DESTINATION DATA WRITE 2. Destination Data Write Note: The DESTINATION DATA WRITE cannot be set with other [Writing method] than the Service board. 1) Select the written destination with the Destination List. 1. Function of Each Button on Destination Data Write Screen Click the [DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “DESTNATION DATA WRITE” screen in Fig. 6- 1-12 will appear. 2) Click the [Data Write] button. Fig. 6-1-12 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 Destination Check button Current destination setting checked when the “DESTINATION DATA WRITE” screen started is displayed. When this button is clicked, the destination is checked and the display is updated. 3) Following message will be appeared after completing data writing. 3 Destination List Select the written destination. 4 [Data Write] button Write the destination data to the camera. 4) After the destination data writing completed, click the Desti- nation Check button to check the destination 3. Selectable Language Table SELECTABLE LANGUAGE J1JzNTSC JE3 JEzaaaaaaaaaPAL U2 USzaaaaaNTSC CA2 CNDzaaaaaNTSC CEE2aaaaaaazaaaaaaaaaPAL CEE8 AEPzaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaPAL CEE9zaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaPAL CEH UKzaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaPAL E15zaaaaaaaaaPAL E32EzaaaaaaaaaPAL E33azaaaaaaaaNTSC TH6 ThaiaaaaaaaazaPAL AU2 AUSzaaaaaPAL HK1 HKzaaaaaaaaaPAL CN2 CHaaazaaaaaaPAL KR2 KRaaaaazaaaaNTSC AR2 ARazaaaaaaaaNTSC BR1 BRaazaaaaaaaNTSC z: INITIAL LANGUAGE Table 6-1-2 6-10

DESTINATION AREA

Japanese English French German Spanish Italian Portuguese Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese Dutch Russian Korean Persian Arabic Thai Melayu Swedish Norwegian Danish Finnish Polish Czech Hungarian Turkish Greek VIDEO OUT Default, 1-4. USB SERIAL No. INPUT 1. Function of Each Button on USB Serial No. Input The set is shipped with a unique ID (USB Serial No.) written in it. Screen This ID has not been written in a new board for service, and there- Click the [USB SERIAL No. INPUT] button on the Main Menu fore it must be entered after the board replacement. screen, and “USB SERIAL No. INPUT” screen in Fig. 6-1-13 If original ID can be read from the board before replacement, read will appear. it from the board before replacement using the “SERIAL READ/ 1 WRITE” screen, and then write it after replacement. If original ID cannot be read from the board before replacement, write the ID for service using the “MANUAL WRITE” screen. (The ID for service is different from the ID written when the set is shipped.) Enter the PRODUCT ID (last 5 characters of model23name) and SERIAL No. into the screen and write them. Fig. 6-1-13 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 Display area The “PRODUCT ID” and “SERIAL No.” are displayed. 3 [Check Serial] button The USB SERIAL No. data is read from the camera and dis- played in the display area. 4 [Read and Save] button The USB SERIAL No. data is read from the camera and saved in PC as a file. Default file name is as follows: DSC-H50_SERIAL_xxxxxxxx_yyyymmdd.dat Date USB serial number Data name 5 [Load and Write] button The USB SERIAL No. data is loaded from the file saved in PC and written to the camera. 6 Input area Enter “PRODUCT ID” and “SERIAL No.” when writing the ID for service. The “PRODUCT ID” is set from the last 5 characters of model name if the model name is selected. For the “SERIAL No.”, read it from the label on the camera body and enter it. 7 [Write Manually] button The USB SERIAL No. data entered in the input area is written to the camera. 6-11, 1-5. VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-5-1. Function of Each Button on Video System Adjustment Screen Click the [VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “VIDEO SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen in Fig. 6-1-14 will appear. 2 3 Fig. 6-1-14 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 [Preparation] button Notes for adjustment or jigs used are displayed. 3 [Start] button Each adjustment “Composite Video Level Adjustment” or “Component Video Level Adjustment” starts. 4 [Reboot] button When this button is clicked, the camera is rebooted. 5 [Release Data Setting] button The data setting at the adjustment is cancelled. During the data setting, the button color changes from “white” to “red”. When the data setting is cancelled, the button color returns to “white”. (Use this button when an error occurred in the video adjust- ment. If the adjustment completed successfully, the data set- ting is automatically cancelled and the button color returns to “white”.) 1-5-2. Adjustment Items of VIDEO System Adjust- ment The adjustment items of video system adjustment are as listed in Table 6-1-3. The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the ad- justment items if the VIDEO Adjustment Start button is clicked. Button Measuring Adjusting AddressAdjustment Measurement Point Name Instrument Block Page Address Composite VIDEO terminal of USB, A/V cable for Composite Video Video Level multi-use terminal Oscilloscope 11 60 06B8 Level Adj. Adjustment (75 ohm terminated) Component Out Land of HD_Y Oscilloscope 11 60 0680 Y Level Adj. (Component video out jig) Component Component Out Land of HD_Pb Video Level Oscilloscope 11 60 0681 Pb Level Adj. (Component video out jig) Adjustment Component Out Land of HD_Pr Oscilloscope 11 60 0682 Pr Level Adj. (Component video out jig) Table 6-1-3 6-12, 1-5-3. Adjusting Method 4) If the [End] button is clicked, the following message and screen 1. Composite Video Level Adjustment are displayed. Check that the sync signal level and burst level [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and of the video signals satisfies the specified value, and click the sequence] [OK] button in the message. 1. Data Setting during Video Adj. 2. Composite Video Level Adj. 3. Release of Data Setting during Video Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the Composite Video Level Adj. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Setting during Video Adj.”. 3) If “1. Data Setting during Video Adj.” completed successfully, the following screen is displayed during the execution of “2. Composite Video Level Adj.”. Using the [Up]/[Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the sync level of the video signals satisfies the specified value. After the adjustment, click the [End] button in the screen. 5) If the [OK] button is clicked, “3. Release of Data Setting dur- ing Video Adj.” will be executed. 6) Upon successful completion of all item the Composite Video Level Adjustment, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 6-13, 2. Component Video Level Adjustment 5) After that, the following screen is displayed during the execu- [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and tion of “4. Component Out Pr Level Adj.”. Using the [Up]/ sequence] [Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the Pr signal level 1. Data Setting during Video Adj. satisfies the specified value. After the adjustment, check that 2. Component Out Y Level Adj. the sync level of the Pr signals satisfies the specified value, 3. Component Out Pb Level Adj. and click the [End] button in the screen. 4. Component Out Pr Level Adj. 5. Release of Data Setting during Video Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the Component Video Level Adjust- ment. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Setting during Video Adj.”. 3) If “1. Data Setting during Video Adj.” completed successfully, the following screen is displayed during the execution of “2. Component Out Y Level Adj.”. Using the [Up]/[Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the Y signal level satisfies the specified value. After the adjustment, check that the sync level of the Y signals satisfies the specified value, and click the [End] button in the screen. 6) If the [End] button is clicked, “5. Release of Data Setting dur- ing Video Adj.” will be executed. 7) Upon successful completion of all item the Component Video Level Adjustment, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 4) After that, the following screen is displayed during the execu- tion of “3. Component Out Pb Level Adj.”. Using the [Up]/ [Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the Pb signal level satisfies the specified value. After the adjustment, check that the sync level of the Pb signals satisfies the specified value, and click the [End] button in the screen. 6-14, 1-6. CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-6-1. Function of Each Button on Camera System Adjustment Screen Click the [CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “CAMERA SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen in Fig. 6-1-15 will appear. 2 3 Fig. 6-1-15 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 [Preparation] button Notes for adjustment or jigs used are displayed. 3 [Start] button Each adjustment from “Camera Adjustment 1” to “Camera Adjustment 10” starts. 4 [Reboot] button When this button is clicked, the camera is rebooted. 5 [Release Data Setting] button The data setting at the adjustment is cancelled. During the data setting, the button color changes from “white” to “red”. When the data setting is cancelled, the button color returns to “white”. (Use this button when an error occurred in the camera adjust- ment. If the adjustment completed successfully, the data set- ting is automatically cancelled and the button color returns to “white”.) 6-15, 1-6-2. Adjustment Items of Camera System Adjust- ment The adjustment items of camera system adjustment are as listed in Table 6-1-4. The Automatic Adjustment Program divides the ad- justment items into tens, camera adjustment 1-10. Clicking either CAMERA Adjustment Start button allows the adjustment item which corresponds to that button to be executed. The adjustment conditions of the subject and filter vary depend- ing on which item is adjusted. The Adjustment Program displays an instruction for the subject and filter as a message during the adjustment. Button Name Adjustment Subject Adjusting Address Block Page Address Hall Adj. 11 61 0E00 to 0E06, 0E08, 0E09 CAMERA Adjustment 1 Not required Auto Orientation Adj. 11 61 0E0A to 0E0D CAMERA Adjustment 2 Wide Limit Adj. Not required 11 61 0F18, 0F19 069C to 069F, 06CC, 06D8 to 06DF, Siemens star chart with ND filter CAMERA Adjustment 3 Flange Back Adj. 06E8 to 06EF,for minipattern box (Note) or 11 61 0794 to 079D, Flange back adjustment jig 0F1C to 0F1D, 0F20, 0F24, 0F26 to 0F53 Siemens star CAMERA Adjustment 4 Flange Back Check (1.0m from front the lens) - - - (Illuminance: 200 to 400 lux) CAMERA Adjustment 5 Light Falloff Balance Adj. Not required 11 61 0E12 to 0E15 0A4D to 0A4F, F No. Compensation 11 61 0ABD to 0ABF, 0ACB CAMERA Adjustment 6 Clear chart Measure Gain, LV Adj. (Standard picture frame) 11 61 0961 to 0968 Mechanical Shutter Adj. 11 61 0980 to 09AD AWB 3200K-5800K 0C00 to 0C21, 11 61 Standard Data Input 0C24 to 0C49 AWB 3200K-5800K Check 9 colors chart - - - (Standard picture frame) CAMERA Adjustment 7 Color Reproduction Adj. & 11 61 0C50 to 0C57 Check CCD White Defect 11 61 0200 to 03FF Compensation Check Clear chart CCD Black Defect (Standard picture frame) 11 61 0000 to 01FF Compensation Check CAMERA Adjustment 8 Strobe Adj. Flash adjustment box (50 cm) 61 0C72 to 0C75,11 09C0 to 09DD CAMERA Adjustment 9 Auto Focus Illumination Check Flash adjustment box (50 cm) 11 61 0F10 to 0F15 CAMERA Adjustment 10 Angular Velocity Sensor Not required 11 61 0E10, 0E11 Sensitivity Adj. Note: Dark Siemens star chart. Table 6-1-4 6-16, 1-6-3. Adjusting Method 6) If the [OK] button is clicked, “3. Auto Orientation Adj.” and 1. CAMERA Adjustment 1 “4. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be ex- Note: There is no magnetic substance within around 8 cm of the ecuted. camera. 7) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 1, the following message is displayed. Click the [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and [OK] button. sequence] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Hall Adj. 3. Auto Orientation Adj. 4. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of CAMERA Adjustment 1. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Set- Processing after Completing Adjustment: ting during Camera Adj.”. [Checking method] 3) Upon successful completion of “1. Data Setting during Cam- 1) [HOME screen] t [Settings] t [Shooting Settings] t era Adj.”, the following message and screen are displayed. Set [Shooting Settings 2] t Select [Auto Orientation] to “ON”. the camera in accordance with the message. 2) Shoot with the set in respective positions (a) to (c) shown be- low. 3) Check the pictures in the Playback mode to confirm that the pictures are rotated correctly. (a) 4) If the [OK] button is clicked, “2. Hall Adj.” will be executed. 5) Upon successful completion of “2. Hall Adj.”, the following message and screen are displayed. Set the camera in accor- dance with the message. (b) (c) Fig. 6-1-16 6-17, 2. CAMERA Adjustment 2 2-3. Wide Limit Adjustment Perform this adjustment only when replacing the lens block or [Adjusting method] SY-201 board. 1) Click the [Start] button of Camera Adjustment 2, and the fol- lowing screen will appear. Adjustment Block 11 Adjustment Page 61 Adjustment Address 0F18, 0F19 2-1. Preparation when the lens is replaced When replacing the lens, write down the wide limit data given on the data sheet of the replacement lens for service. Note: The wide limit data of lens is written only repair parts. The buttons on this screen provide the following functions. [Read & Save] button • Saves the wide limit data (2-byte data) read out from the set into a file. • Displays a “Wrong Data Error” message if the data value is not correct. • Default file name is as follows: DSC-H50_WLIMIT_xxxxxxxx_yyyymmdd.dat Date USB serial number Data name [Load & Write] button • Writes the wide limit data (2-byte data) read out from the file into the camera memory. • Displays a “Wrong Data Error” message if the value read Wide Limit Data (2-byte data) out from the file is not correct. [Manual Write] button

XXXX • Writes the entered wide limit data (2-byte data) into the cam-

era memory. • Displays a “Wrong Data Error” message if the input value Fig. 6-1-17 is not correct. 2) When the lens was replaced, enter the wide limit data given on 2-2. Preparation when the SY-201 board is replaced the data sheet of the replacement lens for service into the screen, Read out the previous data by using the [Save] button of the auto and press the [Manual Write] button. adjustment program. 3) When the SY-201 board was replaced, press the [Load & Write] Note: If correct data reading failed, replace the lens together with button. the SY-201 board. 4) Upon successful completion of the data writing, the following screen will appear. Perform the Flange Back Adjustment. 6-18

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, 3. CAMERA Adjustment 3 Preparation of Flange Back Adj. [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and (Using the flange back adjustment jig) sequence] (Illuminance: about 300 lux) 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. Note 2: When using the flange back adjustment jig, take care of 2. Flange Back Adj. the following points: 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. • For the illumination, use a light source such as an in- candescent lamp or inverter type fluorescent light free Preparation of Flange Back Adj. from flickering. (Using the minipattern box) • Do not make an adjustment in the environment where 1) The minipattern box is installed as shown in the following fig- fluorescent lamp flickering occurs even if the illumi- ure. nance can be ensured with the room illumination only. Note 1: The attachment lenses are not used. Use an incandescent lamp or inverter type fluorescent 2) Install the minipattern box so that the distance between it and light at a place free from the influence of room illumi- the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. nation. 3) Make the height of minipattern box and the camera equal. 1) Install the flange back adjustment jig so that the distance be- 4) Check the output voltage of the regulated power supply is the tween it and the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm. specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc. 2) Make the height of flange back adjustment jig and the camera 5) Check that the center of Siemens star chart meets the center of equal. shot image screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE 3) Check that the center of chart meets the center of shot image end respectively. screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE end respec- tively. Specified voltage: The specified voltage varies according to the minipattern box, so adjustment the power sup- Below 3 cmFlange back adjustment jig ply output voltage to the specified voltage writ- ten on the sheet which is supplied with the minipattern box. Camera Below 3 cm Minipattern box Camera Fig. 6-1-19 Regulated power supply Output voltage : Specified voltage ± 0.01 Vdc Output current : more than 3.5 A Red (+) Black (–) Yellow (SENS +) White (SENS –) Need not connected Black (GND) Fig. 6-1-18 6-19, [Adjusting method] 4. CAMERA Adjustment 4 1) If the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 3 is clicked, [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and the following message is displayed. sequence] If “Wide Limit Adjustment” is necessary, click the [Cancel] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. button to interrupt the Adjustment Program, and perform “2- 2. Flange Back Check 3. Wide Limit Adjustment”. 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 4. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- ject in accordance with the message. 2) If the [OK] button is clicked, the Automatic Adjustment Pro- gram executes “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- ject by referring to “Preparation of Flange Back Adj.”. 4) Click the [OK] button is clicked, “2. Flange Back Check” is executed. The following messages are displayed, and then op- erate the camera to make a check in accordance with the mes- sages. 4) If the [OK] button is clicked, “2. Flange Back Adj.” and “3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” will be executed. 5) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 3, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 5) Upon completion of “2. Flange Back Check”, “3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” is executed. 6) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 4, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 6-20, 5. CAMERA Adjustment 5 Note: Perform this adjustment only when the Lens Block or CCD Block Assy was replaced. [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and sequence] 1. Light Falloff Balance Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) If the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 5 is clicked, the following message is displayed. 2) Press the [OK] button, and the “1. Light Falloff Balance Adj.” will be executed. 3) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Ad- justment 5, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 6-21, 6. Picture Frame Setting (Standard Picture Frame) 7. CAMERA Adjustment 6 In the “CAMERA Adjustment 6 and CAMERA Adjustment 7”, [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and set the picture frame so as to attain the positions shown in the sequence] following figure when shooting the 9 colors chart. 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Picture Frame Setting Check on the oscilloscope 3. F No. Compensation Measurement Point: Video terminal of USB, A/V cable for multi- 4. Measure Gain, LV Adj. use terminal (75 Ω terminated) 5. Mechanical Shutter Adj. 6. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. 1. Horizontal period [Adjusting method] A = B 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 6. ABA2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Set- ting during Camera Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of “1. Data Setting during Cam- era Adj.”, “2. Picture Frame Setting” is executed. The follow- ing message is displayed, and then referring to Fig. 6-1-20 to Fig. 6-1-22, set the subject and click the [OK] button. Fig. 6-1-20 After that, the next message is displayed. Then, change the chart in accordance with the message. 2. Vertical periodCBCC= B

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Fig. 6-1-21 Check on the monitor TV or the LCD screen 4) Click the [OK] button, and the items from “3. F No. Compen- sation” to “6. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.” A = B C = B 3 will be executed. C14: Filter for AWB 5800K adjustment 5) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERAABAAdjustment 6, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button.

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Green Yellow W14 Cyan White Red B C14 Blue Magenta

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Effective picture frame Transparent window Fig. 6-1-22 6-22, 8. CAMERA Adjustment 7 At this time, the following message is displayed, and click the [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and [Yes] button if the check result display at the upper right of sequence] Color Reproduction Check screen is OK, or the [No] button if 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. NG. 2. Picture Frame Setting 3. AWB 3200K-5800K Standard Data Input 4. AWB 3200K-5800K Check 5. Color Reproduction Adj. & Check 6. CCD White Defect Compensation Check 7. CCD Black Defect Compensation Check 8. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 7. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Set- 6) Upon successful completion of “5. Color Reproduction Adj. ting during Camera Adj.”. & Check”, the following message is displayed. Change the 3) Upon successful completion of “1. Data Setting during Cam- chart in accordance with the message. era Adj.”, “2. Picture Frame Setting” is executed. The follow- ing message is displayed, and then referring to Fig. 6-1-20 to Fig. 6-1-22, set the subject and click the [OK] button. 7) Click the [OK] button, and the items from “6. CCD White De- fect Compensation Check” to “8. Release of Data Setting dur- 4) Click the [OK] button, and the “3. AWB 3200K-5800K Stan- ing Camera Adj.” will be executed. dard Data Input” and “4. AWB 3200K-5800K Check” will be 8) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA executed. Adjustment 7, the following message is displayed. Click the 5) After that, “5. Color Reproduction Adj. & Check” will be ex- [OK] button. ecuted. Upon completion of adjustment, the check result is displayed on the Color Reproduction Check screen. 6-23, 9. CAMERA Adjustment 8 10. CAMERA Adjustment 9 Note: “CAMERA Adjustment 8” is available only once after the [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and power is turned on. If the adjustment is retried, turn off the sequence] power and turn on again. 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2. Auto Focus Illumination Check [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. sequence] 1. Data Setting during Camera Adj. [Adjusting method] 2. Strobe Adj. 1) Click the [Start] button of CAMERA Adjustment 9. 3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.”. [Adjusting method] 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during 1) Click the [Start] button of CAMERA Adjustment 8. Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the “1. Data ject in accordance with the message. Setting during Camera Adj.”. (For the Flash adjustment box, refer to “5. Preparing the Flash 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during Adjustment Box” (see page 6-7).) Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub- ject in accordance with the message. (For the Flash adjustment box, refer to “5. Preparing the Flash Adjustment Box” (see page 6-7).) 4) Press the [OK] button, and the “2. Auto Focus Illumination Check” will be executed. 5) Upon successful completion of the “2. Auto Focus Illumina- tion Check”, the “3. Release of Data Setting during Camera 4) Press the [OK] button, and the “2. Strobe Adj.” will be ex- Adj.” will be executed successively. ecuted. 6) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA 5) During execution of “2. Strobe Adj.”, the following message Adjustment 9, the following message is displayed. Click the is displayed. After checking the flashing of strobe light, click [OK] button. the [OK] button. (This message is displayed 2 times during execution of adjustment.) 6) Upon successful completion of “2. Strobe Adj.”, “3.Release of Data Setting during CAMERA Adj.” is executed. 7) Upon successful completion of all items of the CAMERA Adjustment 8, the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. 6-24, 11. CAMERA Adjustment 10 Preparation: Perform this adjustment only when replacing the angular velocity 1) Read the PITCH sensor (SY-201 board SE502) sensitivity writ- sensor or lens block. When the microprocessor, circuit etc. is dam- ten on repair parts, and named this as S502. aged, don’t perform this adjustment but check the operations only. 2) Read the YAW sensor (SY-201 board SE501) sensitivity writ- ten on repair parts, and named this as S501. 11-1. Precaution before adjustment Before adjustment, read the following data and record them. SY-201 BOARD (SIDE A) When the SY-201 board is replaced, read out the data before the replacement, and record them. Reading out method: 1) Read out the data in Block:11, Page:61, Address:0E10, and name this as Dp. 2) Read out the data in Block:11, Page:61, Address:0E11, and name this as Dy. Note: The previous data (Dp, Dy) can be read from the SY- 201 board and it can be saved in the PC as a file by using the Automatic Adjustment Program. (Refer to “11- 4. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment”) PP: PITCH sensor sensitivity S502 YY: YAW sensor sensitivity S501 11-2. Preparation when the angular velocity sensor or the SY-201 board is replaced Fig. 6-1-23 Note down the sensitivity displayed on the angular velocity sensor of the repair parts. At this time, note down also to which board it was How to read the sensitivity data of angular velocity sen- attached to. sor Be sure to check because if attached incorrectly, the screen will vi- With the pins 1 and 2 of angular velocity sensor placed in the brate up and down or left and right during the steady shot operations. lower position, read the data value. Precautions on the Parts Replacement Description example : The PITCH sensor and the YAW sensor are different parts. For the sensor sensitivity value 60 Precautions on Angular Velocity Sensor43The sensor incorporates a precision oscillator. Handle it with care as if it dropped, the balance of oscillator will be disrupted and opera- tions will not be performed properly. 6 0 Adjustment Block 1112Adjustment Page 61 Hand Writing Adjustment Address 0E10, 0E11 Fig. 6-1-24 Note: The sensor sensitivity of SE501 and SE502 of the SY-201 board is written only repair parts. 6-2543SE502 PP1243SE501 YY 1 2, 11-3. Preparation when the lens is replaced 11-4. Angular Velocity Sensor Sensitivity Adjustment Note down the PITCH/YAW data on the replacement lens for repair. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of Camera Adjustment 9, and the fol- Adjustment Block 11 lowing screen will appear. Adjustment Page 61 Adjustment Address 0E10, 0E11 Note: The PITCH/YAW data of lens is written only repair parts. Preparation: 1) Read the PITCH data written on repair parts, and named this as L1. 2) Read the YAW data written on repair parts, and named this as L2. The buttons on this screen provide the following functions. [Read] button: Reads and displays the previous data (Dp, Dy) from the SY-201 board. [Save] button: Saves the previous data (Dp, Dy) in the PC as a file. [Load] button: Loads and displays the previous data (Dp, Dy) from the file saved in the PC. • Default file name is as follows: DSC-H50_DpDyDT_xxxxxxxx_yyyymmdd.dat Date USB serial number Data name 2) Input the previous data (Dp, Dy) into screen. PITCH/YAW Data If the previous data cannot be read, give a check to the checkbox

P.PP / Y.YY at lower left of screen.3) Input the sensitivity of respective sensors (S501, S502) read at

“Preparation” into the screen. YAW data t L2 If only either sensor was replaced, give a check to the checkbox for the sensor not replaced at the lower left of the screen. PITCH data t L1 4) Input the PITCH/YAW data of lens (L1, L2) read at “Prepara- tion” into the screen. Fig. 6-1-25 If the lens was not replaced, give a check to the checkbox at the lower left of the screen. Note: In order to get the correct value for the adjustment, it is necessary to input a decimal point (“period” or “comma”) as same format as windows setting because “Numeric Value Format” depend on the language. (F:123 456 789,00, GB:123,456,789.00, D:123.456.789,00) “Numeric Value Format” setting is available in “Control Panel”-“Regional and Language Options”. 5) Click the [OK] button, and the adjustment data is then calcu- lated from the sensor sensitivity value and the calculation re- sult is written to the memory in the camera. 6) Upon successful completion of the data writing, the following screen will appear. Check that the steady shot function oper- ates normally. 6-26 P.PP/ Y.YY, 1-7. LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS 1-7-2. Adjustment Items of LCD System Adjustment The adjustment items of LCD system adjustment are as listed in 1-7-1. Function of Each Button on LCD System Table 6-1-5. The Automatic Adjustment Program executes the ad- Adjustment Screen justment items if the LCD Adjustment Start button is clicked. Click the [LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT] button on the Main Menu Button Adjusting Address screen, and the “LCD SYSTEM ADJUSTMENT” screen in Fig. Adjustment 6-1-26 will appear. Name Block Page Address 1 LCD V-COM Adj. 11 60 0401 Adjustment White Balance Adj. 11 60 0409, 040A Note: The adjustment data cannot be read or written the SeusEX. 2 Table 6-1-5 Fig. 6-1-26 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 [Start] button “LCD Adjustment” starts. 3 [Reboot] button When this button is clicked, the camera is rebooted. 6-27, 1-7-3. Adjusting Method 5) Upon successful completion of all item the LCD Adjustment, 1. LCD Adjustment the following message is displayed. Click the [OK] button. [Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and sequence] 1. Data Setting during LCD Adj. 2. V-COM Adj. 3. White Balance Adj. [Adjusting method] 1) Click the [Start] button of the LCD Adjustment. 2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting during LCD Adj.”. 3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during LCD Adj.”, the following screen is displayed during the execution of “2. V-COM Adj.”. Using the [Up]/[Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the brightness of portions A and B on the LCD panel is equal. After the adjustment, click the [End] but- ton in the screen. 4) If the [End] button is clicked, the following screen is displayed during the execution of “3. White Balance Adj.”. Check that the LCD screen is not colored. If colored, using the [Up]/[Down] button on the screen, adjust so that the LCD screen is not col- ored. After the adjustment, click the [End] button in the screen. 6-28, 1-8. ERROR 3. Adjustment Time Out In the case of an error during the execution of adjustment, the Automatic Adjustment Program interrupts the processing at that point, and displays an error message, and then terminates the pro- gram execution there. This part indicates 1-8-1. Error Message the adjustment When an error message is displayed, perform the remedy given item in which an error occurred. below, and then retry adjustment. If the error message is displayed though the remedy was performed, the circuits will be faulty. Symptom Adjustment does not finish within the specified 1. Connect Error, Adjust Control Error time. Cause • Adjustment conditions are wrong. • Data error exists in the camera. Remedy • Check that the conditions such as a subject are correct. • Reset the camera. 4. Adjustment NG Symptom USB communication with the set is abnormal. Cause • USB cable is not inserted tightly. • Power supply is not installed correctly. • Communication with SeusEX is abnormal. This part indicates the adjustment Remedy • Disconnect the USB cable once, and then re- item in which connect it tightly and check that the set is in an error occurred. “USB Mode”. • Install the power supply correctly. Symptom The adjusted data does not become the speci- • Start the SeusEX and click the [Connect] to fied value. check that the connection state is established. Cause • Adjustment conditions are wrong. • Data error exists in the camera. 2. RESET the CAMERA and Try Again Remedy • Check that the conditions such as a subject are correct. • Reset the camera. Symptom The camera is not ready for adjustment. Cause Data error exists in the camera. Remedy Reset the camera. 6-29, 5. Data Save Error 1-8-2. Precautions When an Error Occurred The Automatic Adjustment Program sets the data for adjustment before the adjustment starts. Accordingly, if the adjustment termi- nates by an error, the data during the adjustment may be left in the camera. Note 1: With this data left in the camera, the camera will not op- erate normally. In this case, the [Release Data Setting] button is displayed in “red” on the screen as shown figures below. Click the [Release Data Set- ting] button to cancel the data setting. When the data setting is cancelled, the button color becomes “white”. Note 2: When “Data Save Error” occurred, the [Release Data Set- ting] button is displayed in “white”. To cancel the data setting, perform it on the SeusEX Op- How to cancel the data setting during eration screen. How to cancel the data setting is displayed adjustment is display here. in the error message. Symptom data cannot be saved normally. (The data set- Video System Adjustment screen ting during adjustment cannot be cancelled) Cause • Data writing to the flash memory failed. • Connection is faulty. • Power supply is not installed correctly. Remedy • On the SeusEX Operation screen, [Set] the data to the pages and addresses displayed in the message, and [Save] them. (Cancel manu- ally the data setting during adjustment.) • Check the connection. • Install the power supply correctly. Camera System Adjustment screen 6-30, 6-2. SERVICE MODE 2. Operation • Block change 2-1. APPLICATION FOR ADJUSTMENT (SeusEX) To change the block, click [Block] on the SeusEX screen and The adjustment software (SeusEX) can change operational coeffi- enter the block to be changed. The block is displayed in hexa- cients of signal processing, EVR data, etc. same as the adjustment decimal notation. remote commander. The SeusEX performs two-way communica- tion between PC and camcorder using the USB terminal. The two- • Page change way communication result data can be written in the nonvolatile To change the page, click [Page] on the SeusEX screen and en- memory. ter the page to be changed. The page is displayed in hexadeci- mal notation. 1. Connection 1) Connect the HASP key to the USB terminal of the PC. • Address change 2) Connect the PC and camera with the USB cable. To change the address, click [Address] on the SeusEX screen 3) Start the SeusEX on the PC. and enter the address to be changed. The address is displayed in 4) Click [Connect] on the SeusEX screen. If the connection is hexadecimal notation. normal, the SeusEX screen will be as shown in Fig. 6-2-1, indicating the “connected” state. • Data change Note: The SeusEX will go in “disconnect” state, if the To change the data, click [Set] on the SeusEX screen and enter camcorder is turned off (for instance, by resetting the the data. The data is displayed in hexadecimal notation. set). In such a case, click [Connect] on the SeusEX This operation does not write the data to the nonvolatile memory. screen to restore the “connected” state. • Data writing To write the data to the EEPROM, click [Write] on the SeusEX screen and enter the data value to be written. To write the data to the flash memory, change the data value using the [Set] on the SeusEX screen and then click [Save] to save the data. • Data reading The data displayed on the SeusEX 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 SeusEX screen and update the displayed data. Fig. 6-2-1 6-31, 2-2. SERVICE MODE 2. Switch Check Click the [Switch Check] button on the SERVICE MODE screen, 1. Function of Each Button on Service Mode Screen and the “SWITCH CHECK” screen will appear. Click the [SERVICE MODE] button on the Main Menu screen, and the “SERVICE MODE” screen in Fig. 6-2-2 will appear. 2435Using method: Fig. 6-2-2 Click the [Start] button, and the switch check will start. During execution of switch check, the pressed switch is displayed 1 [To Menu] button in orange. Also, once the switch was pressed, its name characters Return to the main menu. change to blue in color. 2 [Switch Check] button “SWITCH CHECK” screen appears. 3 [LED Check] button “LED CHECK” screen appears. 4 [Record Data] button “RECORD DATA” screen appears. 5 [Aging] button “AGING” screen appears. 6-32, 3. LED Check 4. Record Data Click the [LED Check] button on the SERVICE MODE screen, and Click the [Record Data] button on the SERVICE MODE screen, the “LED CHECK” screen will appear. and the “RECORD DATA” screen will appear. The record data such as Lifetime counter is displayed. Initializing method: Click the [Clear Shot Count] button on the screen, and the Lifetime Count data will be initialized. Using method: LED ON or OFF can be controlled with [LED ON] or [LED OFF] button on the screen. 6-33, 5. Aging (1) 10MODE On the AGING screen, various types of aging can be executed. In the 10MODE, perform continuous recording in accordance with Select the type of aging to be executed with the Aging Mode Se- the CIPA Standard. When the 10MODE starts, the following op- lect buttons. eration is repeated until the battery end. Aging Mode Select button 1) The zoom moves to the TELE end. 2) The camera records a still picture with a strobe light flashed at the maximum level. 3) The camera stands by for the time (sec.) set to the “Rec Inter- val”. 4) The zoom moves to the WIDE end. 5) The camera records a still picture without flashing a strobe light. 6) The camera stands by for the time (sec.) set to the “Rec Inter- val”. 7) Each time 10 still pictures are recorded, the power is turned off, and after the time (min.) set to the “Power Off Interval”, the power is turned on again. At the start of 10MODE, the counter in the camera is initialized. This counter counts the number of recording times during the ex- Supply the power not from an AC adapter but from the fully charged ecution of 10MODE, and it holds the counts even during the power battery and execute the aging until the battery end, so that its bat- off. tery use time and how many pictures the camera can record/play back can be checked. During the execution of aging, the camera automatically repeats recording/playback. During the recording, if the recording memory capacity becomes full, its memory is automatically formatted. Accordingly, when executing the aging, insert the Memory Stick into the camera. [Preparation] For the aging, set the camera as follows: Switch Setting: 1) Mode Dial ... Auto Adjustment 2) Flash button ... Auto Home Items 1) AF Mode (Settings – Shooting Settings – Shooting Settings 1) ... Single Menu Items 1) REC Mode ...Normal 6-34, 10MODE screen and functions of each item (2) AGING_REC In the AGING_REC mode, still pictures are continuously recorded at the interval (sec.) set to the “Rec Interval”. At the start of AGING_REC, the counter in the camera is initial- ized. This counter counts the number of recording times during the execution of AGING_REC, and it holds the counts even dur- ing the power off. 234AGING_REC screen and functions of each item231[Preparation] button 1 Notes for aging is displayed. 4 2 Rec Interval setting and display The setting of recording interval (sec.) is displayed. The set- 5 ting can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. 3 Power Off Interval setting and display The setting of power off interval (min.) is displayed. The set- 1 [Preparation] button ting can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. Notes for aging is displayed. 4 [START] button 2 Rec Interval setting and display The settings of parameters specified by the Rec Interval and The setting of recording interval (sec.) is displayed. The set- Power Off Interval for execution of 10MODE are sent to the ting can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. camera. The 10MODE starts when the camera power is turned off once 3 [START] button and then on again. The AGING_REC starts. In the AGING_REC mode, the ag- The settings for execution of 10MODE are held until the cam- ing starts immediately when the [START] button is clicked. era detects the battery end. They cannot be reset by the power At the battery end, the AGING_REC stops. To interrupt the off or RESET button. To interrupt the 10MODE, use the [STOP] AGING_REC, use the [STOP] button, though the AGING_REC button. stops also by the power off or RESET button. 5 [STOP] button 4 [STOP] button The settings for execution of 10MODE are reset. The AGING_REC stops. 6 [GET] button 5 [GET] button After the 10MODE was executed, the number of recording After the AGING_REC was executed, the number of record- times is got from the counter in the camera. The result is dis- ing times is got from the counter in the camera. The result is played in the “Count” display field. displayed in the “Count” display field. 7 Count display 6 Count display The number of recording times got by the [GET] button is dis- The number of recording times got by the [GET] button is dis- played. played. 6-35, (3) AGING_MREC (4) AGING_PB In the AGING_MREC mode, motion pictures are continuously In the AGING_PB mode, pictures are continuously played back at recorded for the time (sec.) set to the “Rec Time” at the interval the interval (sec.) set to the “Play Back Interval”. (sec.) set to the “Rec Interval”. At the start of AGING_PB, the counter in the camera is initial- At the start of AGING_MREC, the counter in the camera is ini- ized. This counter counts the number of play back times during tialized. This counter counts the number of recording times dur- the execution of AGING_PB, and it holds the counts even during ing the execution of AGING_MREC, and it holds the counts the power off. even during the power off. AGING_PB screen and functions of each item AGING_MREC screen and functions of each item2323411[Preparation] button 1 [Preparation] button Notes for aging is displayed. Notes for aging is displayed. 2 Play Back Interval setting and display 2 Rec Time setting and display The setting of play back interval (sec.) is displayed. The set- The setting of recording time (sec.) is displayed. The setting ting can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. 3 [START] button 3 Rec Interval setting and display The AGING_PB starts. In the AGING_PB mode, the aging The setting of recording interval (sec.) is displayed. The set- starts immediately when the [START] button is clicked. ting can be changed by entering a numeric value in this field. At the battery end, the AGING_PB stops. To interrupt the AGING_PB, use the [STOP] button, though the AGING_PB 4 [START] button stops also by the power off or RESET button. The AGING_MREC starts. In the AGING_MREC mode, the aging starts immediately when the [START] button is clicked. 4 [STOP] button At the battery end, the AGING_MREC stops. To interrupt the The AGING_PB stops. AGING_MREC, use the [STOP] button, though the AGING_MREC stops also by the power off or RESET button. 5 [GET] button After the AGING_PB was executed, the number of play back 5 [STOP] button times is got from the counter in the camera. The result is dis- The AGING_MREC stops. played in the “Count” display field. 6 [GET] button 6 Count display After the AGING_MREC was executed, the number of record- The number of play back times got by the [GET] button is ing times is got from the counter in the camera. The result is displayed. displayed in the “Count” display field. 7 Count display The number of recording times got by the [GET] button is dis- played. 6-36, 2-3. DATA BACKUP 1. Function of Each Button on Data Backup Screen With the “DATA BACKUP”, the adjustment data in the camera Click the [DATA BACKUP] button on the Main Menu screen, and can be backed up in the PC as a file. the “DATA BACKUP” screen in Fig. 6-2-3 will appear. The adjustment data that can be backed up are as follows. System Control Section: 1) Video System Adjustments 2) LCD System Adjustments Camera Control Section: 2 1) Camera System Adjustments Fig. 6-2-3 1 [To Menu] button Return to the main menu. 2 [Data Read and Save] button Read the adjustment data from the camera and save them in PC as a file. Default file name is as follows: DSC-H50_ADJBAK_xxxxxxxx_yyyymmdd.dat Date USB serial number Data name 3 [Data Load and Write] button Load the adjustment data from the file saved in PC and write them to the camera. 6-37E,

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Ver. Date History Contents S.M. Rev. issued 1.0 2008.04 Official Release — — 1.1 2008.05 Revised-1 Replace the previously issued SERVICE Yes (A1 DI08-054) MANUAL 9-852-286-51 with this Manual. • Change of Automatic Adjustment Program Version of Automatic Adjustment Program has been changed from Ver_1.0r01 into Ver_1.1r02. • Addition of Thai Model S.M. revised: Page 6-8, Page 6-10 1.2 2008.06 Revised-2 Replace the previously issued SERVICE Yes (A2 DI08-108) MANUAL 9-852-286-52 with this Manual. • Change of Automatic Adjustment Program Version of Automatic Adjustment Program has been changed from Ver_1.1r02 into Ver_1.2r03. • Correction of Destination Data Write S.M. revised: Page 6-8 1.3 2008.09 Revised-3 Replace the previously issued SERVICE Yes (A3 DI08-258) MANUAL 9-852-286-53 with this Manual. • Change of Automatic Adjustment Program Version of Automatic Adjustment Program has been changed from Ver_1.2r03 into Ver_1.3r04. • Correction of the “Setting of Adjustment Mode” S.M. revised: Page 6-8, Page 6-9]
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