HDC-1700 Camera System Vision Control

Learn how to operate, set up and adjust the look of the HDC-1700 Dual Format HD camera system

Price per delegate: €950

Duration: 2 day

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What will you learn

You will learn how to operate, set-up and adjust the look of the HDC-1700 Dual Format HD camera system, including: the CCU (HDCU-1000/1500) and the MSU/RCP remote control system. At the conclusion of the course the delegate will be able to set the camera to the required look using camera menus, RCP control and files as appropriate.

Who should attend

This course is designed for those with a good knowledge of television engineering and production processes with some knowledge or experience of cameras, wishing to operate vision control of the HDC-1700 camera channel. If required this course can be run as a half-day course so that two groups of staff can be trained in one day. This achieved by focussing on the most important parts of the training and omitting aspects such as the camera menu operation.

Course contents

An overview of the system

If required, an introduction to High Definition and the different modes of operation can be included for those delegates unfamiliar with HD.

This part of the course also describes the interconnection of the camera system, the different options and configurations.

Camera Operation

This part of the course explains how to correctly operate the controls.

RCP operation

A comprehensive description of RCP operation and menus and how they are used for both engineering adjustment and aesthetic control is covered in this section.

MSU Operation

The MSU is used to both adjust the look of the picture and configure the system. Much of the control is similar to RCP control so this section focuses on the difference in menu structure and those facilities not available from the RCP.


Courses can be run at various locations. Courses must have a minimum number of attendees in order to run. To discuss the exact location and times available please click ‘Enquire Now’ at the top of the page.