EVA1 book - 92 Pages

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1. Sensor & format The AU-EVA1 is a cinema camera recorder, featuring a newly developed super 35mm sized imager with 5.7K resolution, and can record in several formats and compression, offering up to 10-bit 4:2:2 even in 4K. The EVA1 contains V-Log/V-Gamut capture to deliver high dynamic range and a broad color gamut. 1-1. Super 35mm sized imager with 5.7K resolution The new 17:9 imager (5720 x 3016 active pixels) achieves 2000 horizontal TV lines. 5720 x 3016 Active pixels 1-2. Active area The EVA1 uses two different areas on its imager for capturing, depending on frame rate in variable frame...

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(Bold: to be supported with firmware update) Record times are approx.

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Applicable type or speed class of SD memory card varies depends on record format and mode.

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2. Preparation before filming

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2. Preparation before filming 2-1. Terminals Image resolution of HDMI and SDI OUT signals vary depend on the system settings. See 6-3. Output signals (SDI and HDMI)(P.74-76) REAR VIEW USB2.0 HOST (for Wi-Fi adaptor connection) SERVICE terminal (for maintenance)

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2. Preparation before filming 2-2. Accessory and tripod mounting holes The AU-EVA1 has multiple standard screw holes for accessories, industrial standard size and cinema/broadcast equipment standard 3/8-16UNC. Two holes are prepared on the carrying handle and eight holes on the top. Use screws shorter than 5.5mm in length, otherwise damage may occur to internal parts. TOP VIEW Size 1/4-20UNC x8 With a carrying handle Without a carrying handle BOTTOM VIEW

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2-3. HOME screen Centralized control screen can be recalled by pressing the HOME button. Various functions can be rapidly accessed from this screen. COLOR (Gamma & Gamut) See P.13 for details. Frame rate, rates to be listed can be added/removed at MENU > CAMERA SETTINGS > FPS > ADD/DELETE (max. 128) Shutter angle/speed, display mode (deg./sec.) can be switched at MENU > CAMERA SETTINGS > SHUTTER > MODE El (Exposure Index), display mode (ISO/dB) can be switched at MENU > El > MODE Audio settings, See P.14 for details. White balance preset, Values registered in advance can be recalled. Add/remove...

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2. Preparation before filming 2-3-1. COLOR settings On the AU-EVA1, settings of Gamma & Gamut is called “COLOR”. Image COLOR to be recorded can be set in the MAIN COLOR screen. COLOR settings for SDI, HDMI, and LCD output can individually be set. Selectable from V-Log, SCENE1, SCENE2, SCENE3, SCENE4, SCENE5. For more details about SCENE settings, see 6-2. Scene file preset (P.73). MAIN COLOR が「V-Log」の時、V-Log または V-709 を Selectable form V-Log or V-709 when MAIN COLOR is se

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sthiiiiiiii tciiiiiii! Assignment of audio channel sand setting of audio source. INT(L): Built-in MIC (L) INPUT1: AUDIO INPUT1 INT(R): Built-in MIC (R) INPUT1: AUDIO INPUT1 INPUT2: AUDIO INPUT2

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2-3-3. INFO screen This screen can be displayed by pressing INFO button in HOME screen mode. SWITCHES: Displays functions assigned to USER buttons at a glance.

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2. Preparation before filming 2-3-3. INFO screen (continued) VERSION: Displays firmware version of the unit. NETWORK: Displays network related settings.

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2-3-3. INFO screen (continued) AUDIO: Displays audio related settings. SWITCHESVERSION CHI SELECT CH2 SELECT CHI LEVEL CH2 LEVEL HEAD ROOM MONITOR INT(L) INT(R) MANUAL LIMITER:OFF MANUAL LIMITER:OFF 20dB : STEREO DELAY:LIVE AUDIO MEDIA MEDIA: Displays memory card status.

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2. Preparation before filming 2-4. User assignable buttons Features can quickly be recalled from 9 user assignable buttons and a dial. USER 9 (OPEN IRIS FA) USER TOGGLE (SPOT METER) 1. Choose one of the features (shutter, frame rate, audio monitor volume) 3. Operate assigned feature directly

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MENU > SYSTEM SETTINGS > USER SWITCHES > Assign any function to any button. MENOSYSTEM SETTINGS CAMERA SETTINGS REC SETTINGS AUDIO SETTINGS OUTPUT SETTINGS FILE_ NETWORK SETTINGS * See P.20 for assignable functions including their details.

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Menu item |    Description 2-4-2. Assignable functions (0) : Feature that turns OFF when switch off the unit once.

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Press “INFO” button

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3. MENU settings 3-1. MENU items over view The AU-EVA1 has two levels of menu layers. MENU MENU Purpose Most of basic and advanced settings can be set in this layer. How to open Press “MENU” button or keep pressing LCD touch screen for 1 second while VIEW screen is displayed. OPTION MENU Some initial settings. Press “MENU” button while keep pressing “EXIT” button. MENU button EXIT button MENU (Press “MENU” button) SYSTEM SETTINGS (Fundamental settings such as CODEC etc.) [P.24] CAMERA SETTINGS (Sensitivity, shutter etc.) SCENE FILE SETTINGS (Image related settings) REC SETTINGS (Recording related...

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Value (factory default setting underlined) The AU-EVA1 has a key lock switch, Keys and a Dial to be locked or not can be selected.

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HLG The hybrid log gamma curve, which has much wider 1200% of dynamic range. The BT.2020 equivalent color space is applied. " Input (dynamic range, %)

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GAMMA (continued) Dynamic range varies with KNEE SLOPE control

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Effect of color correction

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Image resolution of SDI OUT signal varies depends on the combination of settings, see 6-3. Output signals (SDI and HDMI) (P.74) for the details. SDI signal format and output format (resolution) OUT FORMAT    SDI FORMAT

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Image resolution of HDMI OUT signal varies depends on the combination of settings, see 6-3. Output signals (SDI and HDMI) (P.74) for the details.

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3-1-44. SDI/HDMI INDICATOR Camera status information to be shown on the image can be set individually by SDI/HDMI OUTs.

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3-1-46. LCD INDICATOR Camera status information to be shown on the LCD image can be set individually.

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LCD INDICATOR (continued) Camera status information to be shown on the LCD image can be set individually.

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Marker characters to be shown on the LCD image can be set individually.

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Settings of Exposure index control related.

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Settings of level gauge to be displayed on the LCD image. Menu item    Description    Value (factory default setting underlined) Set color bars type. COLOR BARS TYPE TEST TONE Turn ON/OFF 1 KHz tone when color bars pattern is turned

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