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Camera theory and principles
Although this camera processes the signal digitally it still provides all the same functionality as traditional analogue cameras. This section briefly describes the principle of CCD sensors and the necessary processing such as gamma correction and detail addition.
This part of the course briefly covers the principles of high definition television, including the various standards and modes supported by this camera.
An overview of the system
This part of the course describes the interconnection of the camera system, the different options and configurations. This will include the MSU/RCP and the CNU camera network system and the use of Ethernet to form a camera network.
Fibre connection and CCU Principles
This camera uses a fibre system. This section describes the signal flow in each direction between camera and HDCU. This includes audio and control signal processing.
This part of the course explains how to correctly operate the controls.
A brief description of menus and how they are used for both engineering adjustment and aesthetic control is covered in this section. The delegates are assumed to have some experience of Sony RCP so this section can highlight HD operation and new facilities.
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.
Camera System Alignment
This part of the course is the camera system alignment, including principles and various tips.
Signal flow and Board functionality
The signal flow from CCD to HDCU output is covered in detail, explaining the functions of each board to block diagram level. The focus of this section is on speedy fault isolation to assist in board replacement.
HDCU and MSU
The HDCU has its own menu system and this part covers the use of this. Some of the MSU menus relate to system and unit operation. These are described.