Equipment information:

Sony RCP-920 Video camera
Manufacturer:
Sony
Model: RCP-920
Date: 2009
Category: Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia
Group: Video camera
Description: Remote Control Panel
Information:
                                    The HXC-100 is a 2/3-type high-definition portable video
camera equipped with CCD units for 2,200,000 pixels, which
can be used as a standalone camera as well as in a studio in
combination with the HXCU-100 or HSCU-3001) Camera
Control Unit.
The camera incorporates the latest image capturing device
and digital signal-processing LSI, and it performs newly
developed digital transmission with the camera control unit
(CCU), thus yielding high picture quality and high stability in
image creation in addition to superior camera functions and
operability.

Features
High picture quality and high performance
The latest 2/3-type Progressive IT CCD units for 2,200,000
pixel achieve high sensitivity and low smear. In addition, the
14-bit A/D converter and an original developed signalprocessing
LSI provide high picture quality of optimal grade.
Multiple formats
The camera covers 1080/59.94i, 720/59.94P, 1080/50i, and
720/50P.
With its wide-range down-converter, the camera also enables
output of high-quality SD signals (525i/625i) from the camera
and the connected CCU, establishing an optimum camera
system for SD-system operations.
Newly designed integrated unit with low center
of gravity
The camera has stylish appearance with low-slung design.
Even when used in combination with a studio-use viewfinder,
stable operation is achieved, thanks to its low center of
gravity.
Optimized handle shape and VF slide
mechanism for stable shooting
A new handle design has been adopted. A slight protrusion of
the upper front part of the handle enables stable holding of the
camera while you are shooting, by holding the front part of the
handle. Furthermore, a slide mechanism is located at the
viewfinder attachment position. Any difference in weight
balance caused by having a different lens attached can be
counteracted by adjusting the viewfinder attachment position,
in combination with the movable shoulder pad position. This
provides the best balance for shooting with the camera on your
shoulder.
Position-adjustable shoulder pad
The position of the shoulder pad can be adjusted for stable
shooting according to the build of the camera operator, the
type of lens in use, or the shooting style.
A low-repulsion shoulder pad (position fixed) is available as an
option. (Part No.: A-8286-346-A)
Function-assignable switches
The camera has buttons to which various functions can be
assigned on the side panel and the rear. You can activate your
desired function, such as electronic color-temperature
conversion, instantly when shooting by assigning it to one of
these buttons in advance.
Buttons on the handle are also available as function
assignable switches.
Auto Lens Aberration Compensation function
The Auto Lens Aberration Compensation function (ALAC) is
provided with this camera. This automatically reduces
chromatic aberration of magnification when a lens that
supports auto aberration compensation is attached.
For details on lenses supporting auto aberration
compensation, contact a Sony sales representative or Sony
service representative.
Focus assist functions
The VF detail function and focus assist indicator function
facilitate focusing.
VF detail
Various functions are provided for the VF detail signal, which
can be added only on images on the viewfinder screen in order
to facilitate focusing in various situations: Functions for
coloring the VF detail signal, flickering the VF detail
signal by
adding modulation, thickening the VF detail signal, and
automatically compensating the VF detail level according to
the zoom position.
Focus Assist Indicator
The focusing level indicator on the viewfinder screen provides
a guide for focusing. The best focus setting can be easily
determined by observing fluctuation of the level indicator as a
guide.
“Memory Stick” 1) operation
The camera is equipped with a “Memory Stick” port, which
enables setup data storage and software upgrading using a
“Memory Stick.”
1) “Memory Stick” and are trademarks of Sony
Corporation.
Various color-reproduction functions
Selection of multiple gamma tables
Seven types of standard and 4 types of hyper gamma tables
are provided with this camera. The hyper gamma values
enable cinemalike image creations with wide dynamic range,
which are different from those achieved with conventional
video gamma.
Multimatrix color correction
In addition to the standard 6-axis matrix function, the camera
has a multimatrix function that permits you to adjust the hue
and chroma for color components in 16-axis directions
independently. This is quite useful in color matching among
multiple cameras.

These manuals are available for the above equipment:

Sony -- RCP-920 -- User Manual
File name: Sony-5108-Manual-Page-1-Picture
Manual Type: User Manual
Pages: 149
Size: 5.01 Mbytes (5250153 Bytes)
Language: english
Revision:
Manual-ID/Number: 4-137-706-02(1)
Date: 2009
Quality: Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
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Downloads: 420 since 21 December 2013
Information:
Overview....................................................................
4
Features
..........................................................................4
System Configuration
......................................................5
Standalone operation example ..................................5
System operation example (with a Camera Control
Unit)
.......................................................................6
Parts Identification
...........................................................6
Front right
..................................................................6
Front left
....................................................................7
Rear
...........................................................................8
Operation panel
.........................................................8
Connector panel
........................................................9
Installation
...............................................................
10
Connecting a Camera Control Unit (CCU) ....................10
Attaching a Lens
...........................................................11
Attaching a Viewfinder
..................................................11
Attaching a Microphone
................................................12
Mounting the Camera to a Tripod
.................................13
Adjusting the Shoulder Pad Position
.............................14
Preparatory
Settings............................................... 14
Adjusting the Black Balance and White Balance ..........14
Setting the Electronic Shutter
........................................15
Setting the Local Time
..................................................16
Adjusting the Flange Focal Length
................................16
Setting the Focus Assist Function
.................................17
Setting the Camera Outputs
..........................................18
Outputting a Trunk Signal
.............................................20
Basic Procedure for Shooting ............................... 20
Menus.......................................................................
21
Displaying Menu Pages
................................................21
Setting the Menu
...........................................................22
Editing the USER Menu
................................................23
OPERATION Menu
.......................................................26
PAINT Menu
..................................................................29
MAINTENANCE Menu
..................................................32
FILE Menu
.....................................................................34
DIAGNOSIS Menu
........................................................36
Appendices..............................................................
36
Precautions
...................................................................36
Error Messages
.............................................................37
Using a “Memory Stick”
.................................................37
Specifications
................................................................38
Menu Tree
.....................................................................40
Sony-5108-Manual-Page-1-Picture
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