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  • 1. INSTRUCTIONS CLICK ON THE BUTTON TOCONTINUE . IN THE IMAGES, CLICK ONTHE NUMBERS TO CONTINUE.

2. CONTROLS,ACCESSORIES INDICATORS ANDCONNECTORGLOSSARY 3. ACCESSORIESGlossary 4. CONTROLS, INDICATORS ANDCONNECTOR ZOOM LensTop SectionRear Section LCD DoorFront SectionLeft Side SectionRight Side SectionGlossary 5. CONTROLS,INDICATORS ANDCONNECTOR 6. FOCUS ring:Manual focus ring.ZOOM Lens 7. ZOOM lever/ring: This is the manualzoom ring equippedwith a zoom lever. To adjust the zoommanually, turn thezoom mode knob b toposition M.ZOOM Lens 8. IRIS ring: Manual iris ring. Toactivate the auto irisfeature, set the IrisMode switch 7 to A.ZOOM Lens 9. [VTR] VTR triggerbutton:To start/stop shooting. ZOOM Lens 10. [RET] Return video button:You can only monitor the return video signal from the VTR from the viewfinder, LCD monitor and video signal connector whilethis button is pressed.When you set the LENS RET itemto FOCUS ASSIST in the SWITCH MODE menu screen, you can usethis button as the FOCUS ASSISTbutton.ZOOM Lens 11. ZOOM servo control lever: To operate the servo zoom feature with this lever, set the ZOOM knob 12 to S. Pressing the W section of this lever increases theangle of the lens for a wider shooting angle. Pressing the T section of this lever narrows the lens angle perspective for telephoto shots. Pushing harder changes the speed of the zoomZOOM Lens 12. IRIS mode switch:A : Activates the auto irisfeature.M : Allows manual iriscontrolZOOM Lens 13. Momentary auto irisbutton When the IRIS modeswitch 7 is at M, pushingthis button activates theAuto Iris Function while itis held down only.ZOOM Lens 14. [S] IRIS speedadjusting control:For adjusting the iris operation speedZOOM Lens 15. FILTER thread: Protect the lens with a clear filter or UV filterby screwingthe filter onto thethread inside the lens hood from the front.Other filters can be usedfor various effectsZOOM Lens 16. ZOOM servo connector: Connect an optionalzoom servo unit here.ZOOM Lens 17. [ZOOM] ZOOM mode knob:S : Servo zoom mode. Allowsoperation by the zoom servo control lever 6.M : Manual zoom mode.Allows zoom control by thezoom lever/ring 2ZOOM Lens 18. BACK FOCUS ring/fixingscrew:For back focus adjustmentonly. Secure with the screwknob after adjustment.ZOOM Lens 19. Macro focusing ring (for close-up shooting):By rotating this ring in the direction of the arrow, close-up shooting of very smallobjects becomes possible. Normal focus adjustment and zooming are not available in the macro mode. To shootimages in the macro mode, set the focusring 1 to the infinite position () and the zoom ring 2 to the maximum wide-angleposition. To adjust the focus of the macro image, rotate this ring in the direction of the arrow until the object is focused. ZOOM Lens 20. CONTROLS,INDICATORS ANDCONNECTOR 21. Shoe: Makes it possible tomount separately sold lights andaccessories. Front Section 22. Knob:This is the mountingknob for the microphoneholder 3Front Section 23. Microphone holder:Makes it possible toattach the providedmicrophone or aseparately soldmicrophone.Front Section 24. Front Section Front tally lamp:This lamp lights up when the GY-HD110 enters the record mode. It blinks during the transition to therecord mode. When the tape has run out, or the VTR enters the warning mode, it blinks quickly. Use the FRONT TALLY item on the OTHERS [1/2] menuscreen to select whether or not the lamp shouldlight and the lighting pattern. 25. [LENS] Lens control connector:Connect 12-pin lens control cable from lens here.Front Section 26. Front Section[ZEBRA] Zebra switch:When this switch is ON, a zebra pattern is imposed on the viewfinder or LCD areas having luminance levels in accordance with the menu settings made for the video signal. This pattern can be used as a reference for manual adjustment of the lens iris. Zebra patterns are also displayed duringcolor bar display when this switch is set to ON. The default value is 70% - 80%. The luminance level can be changed with the ZEBRA setting in the LCD/VF [1/3] menu screen. While this switch ispressed to the SKIN AREA side, the color tone areas specified with theSKIN COLOR ADJUST item on the ADVANCED PROCESS menu are indicated in the viewfinder. The switch returns to the OFF position when released. 27. Front Section [AWB] Auto white balance button:When the WHT.BAL switch c on page 15 is set to A or B and you press this button, the white balance is automatically adjusted. * It is not activated in preset, full auto shooting, full auto white balance and color bar modes. 28. Lens mountingring/Lens lock lever:Hold the lens and usethe lever to turn the ring anticlockwise to release lens.To mount lens makesure the lens guide pin fits well, andthen turn the ring clockwise until firm.Front Section 29. CONTROLS,INDICATORS ANDCONNECTOR 30. Rear SectionBack tally lamp: This lamp lights up when the GY-HD110 enters the record mode. It blinks during the transition to the record mode.When the tape has run out, or the VTR enters the warning mode, it blinks quickly. Use the BACK TALLY item on the OTHERS [1/2]menu screen to select whether or not the lamp should light and the lighting pattern. 31. Rear Section [PHONES] Earphone jackThis is a stereo mini-jack for connecting anearphone for audio monitoring. Plug in an earphone or headphone with a 3.5 mm diameter plug. Theearphone can also be used to monitor alarm tones in accordance with the circumstances. The audio channel to be output is selected with the AUDIOMONITOR item on the AUDIO/MIC [2/2] menu screen and MONITOR SELECT switch .The audio output level is adjusted with the Audio monitor volume control 3 32. Rear Section Shoulder belt hooks:Allows you to attach a separately sold shoulder belt. 33. LCD monitor:Shows a color camera imageor the VTR playback picture. It is also used for displayingthe following: Menu Setting screens Characters showing the whether the GY-HD110 is set to shooting mode or VTR playback mode Date and time and time code Audio level meter Warning indications, etc.Rear Section 34. Rear SectionTripod mount:Use this hole when mounting thecamera onto a tripod.(Use a screw shorter than 8 mm.) Always make sure that thecamera is securely mounted. 35. Rear SectionRotation-preventive holeUse this to prevent the camera from falling off the tripod.Always make sure that the camera issecurely mounted 36. CONTROLS,INDICATORS ANDCONNECTOR 37. LCD Door[LCD BRIGHT +/] LCD brightness +/ buttonThis button is for adjusting the brightness of the LCD monitor display. Pushing the button in the + direction makes the monitor brighter. Pushing the button in the direction makes themonitor darker. Pushing the +/ buttons simultaneously returns the setting to the standard setting. 38. LCD Door AUDIO SELECT] CH-1/CH-2 audio selector switch Selects the method of adjusting the CH-1 and CH-2audio channel audio levels.AUTO : The audio level is automatically adjustedaccording to the input level. When excessive audiois input, the limiter works to suppress the audiolevel.MANUAL : Allows you to adjust the audio levelsusing the CH-1/CH-2 AUDIO LEVEL volume controls.When excessive audio is input, the limiter works tosuppress the audio level. 39. LCD Door [TC DISPLAY] TC/UB displayswitch Selects the contents displayed on the TC counter of the LCD monitoror in the viewfinder. (This switch works when the TC/UB item on the LCD/VF [2/3] menu screen is set toON.) TC : Set to this position to display time code values. UB : Set to this position to displaythe users bits values. 40. [TC GENE.] Time code generator setting switch Switch for setting the time code generator to preset mode orLCD Door regeneration mode. It is also used to select the time code run mode when the preset mode is selected. FREE : The preset mode is selected, and the time code run mode becomes the FREE run mode. Set to this position to record with the time code or users bits set anew (preset). In this setting, the time code always operates in the run mode.* If this setting is used when recording scenes one after another, the time codes become discontinuous at the transition points between scenes. REC : The preset mode is selected, and the time code run mode becomes the REC run mode. Set to this position to record with the time code or users bits set anew (preset). The time code operates in the run mode during recording only. If this setting is used when recording scenes one after another, the time codes are recorded as continuous time codes. REGEN : Regeneration mode, in which the unit reads existing time codes on the tape and records time codes in continuation of the existing ones. Set to this position when you want to add additional time codes to time codes already recorded on the tape. 41. LCD Door[CAM/VTR] Camera/VTR mode switch buttonEach time you press this button, the mode switches betweencamera mode and VTR mode. When you do this, the VTR indicatorg displays the following statuses.While the mode is being switched: Flashing In VTR mode : Lit Incamera mode : Off Select the Camera mode to record the camera image. Select the VTR mode to playback VTR or to input the HDV/DVsignal from the IEEE1394 connector 4. (HDV/DV signal input ispossible with the GYHD110U/GY-HD111E.) When the power is turned on, the mode becomes theCamera mode. 42. CONTROLS, INDICATORS AND CONNECTOR 43. Monitoring speaker (Cheek pad) In the Camera mode, the input sound can be EE monitored. In the VTR mode, the speaker outputs the VTR playback sound. The sound to be output is selected with the MONITOR SELECT switch e The sound level is adjusted with the MONITOR sound level volume 3. This speaker also outputs various warning sounds superimposed on other sound.Right Side Section 44. Cheek pad setscrew Screw for adjustingthe height of the cheek pad.Right Side Section 45. [MONITOR] Audio monitor volume control Adjusts the volume of the monitoring loudspeaker andearphone.Right Side Section 46. [VF BRIGHT] Viewf