Displaying various data, Menu screen, Data screen – Sony DSR-45/45P Manuel d'utilisation
Chapter 1 Overview
Displaying Various Data
The unit can display various superimposed data items
on the built-in LCD monitor or on a monitor connected
to the MONITOR VIDEO jack.
To display various data items on the LCD monitor, set
the CHARACTER DISPLAY (LCD) selector to ON or
ON (BLACK BACK).
To display various data items on an external monitor,
set the CHARACTER DISPLAY (MONITOR OUT)
switch to ON.
You can select data items to be displayed using the
DISPLAY SELECT selector.
To display the menu screen, set the DISPLAY
SELECT selector to MENU. You can change or
confirm the menu item settings on this screen.
For details on the menu, see “Chapter 6 Adjusting and
Setting Through Menus” on page 76 (GB).
TC ⁄ UB SET
TC ⁄ UB IN
DV IN TC
JOG TC OUT
To display the data screen, set the DISPLAY SELECT
selector to DATA. You can confirm important
information for recording or playback, such as time
code or remaining tape time, on this screen.
0 0 : 1 2 : 3 4 : 1 2
PHOTO – 1 0
NS 4 8 K
DV I N
Cassette memory indicator
This item is shown when a cassette with cassette
memory has been loaded. If the cassette is ejected
while data is being written on the cassette memory, the
Tape transport mode indicator
Displays the tape transport mode.
Time counter (time code/user bits/count value of
the counter) indicator
Displays the count value of the counter, time code, or
user bits. By setting the COUNTER SELECT selector
on the front panel, you can select the item to be
When the time code is displayed,
appears to its left.
In the drop frame mode, a period is displayed between
the minutes and seconds. (Example: 00:12.58:00)
When the user bits are displayed,
appears to their
When the count value of the counter is negative, “–”
appears as the first digit (leftmost digit). When that
value is positive, the first digit is blank.
The count value of the counter consists of seven digits.
If the self-diagnostic function is enabled, diagnostics
code numbers are displayed.
• The counter operates on a ±12-hour cycle. You
cannot make the counter operate on a 24-hour cycle.
• The count value of the counter consists of seven
digits. The leftmost digit is not displayed. (i.e.; If the
actual count value is “11:22:11:22,” the displayed
value will be “1:22:11:22.” ) However, the unit
recognizes that the hours value is 11.
Remaining tape time indicator
Displays the remaining tape time.
When you insert a cassette in which the tape has been
rewound to the beginning, this indicator will not show
the remaining tape time. The remaining tape time is
displayed after the tape runs for a while.
Displays the search mode when you search for scenes
using the Remote Commander or the DSRM-20 (not
For details on the search function, see “Searching using the
search function” on page 37 (GB).