The position and shape of the operation buttons, screens displayed, and setting items may differ according to the model you use.
You can record clips that have a slow motion or fast motion effect during playback, simply by selecting the desired slow / fast motion rate. Available slow / fast motion rates will vary depending on the resolution and frame rate currently selected. Sound is not recorded when slow & fast motion recording is activated.
1. Set the power switch to CAMERA.
2. Press the MENU button.
3. Select [ Recording Setup ] -⋗ [Slow & Fast Motion].
4. Select the desired slow & fast motion rate.
5. Select [ ].
|Resolution||Frame rate||Available slow/fast motion rates|
|3840x2160||25.00P||x2, x4, x10, x20, x60, x120, x600, x1200|
|1920x1080||50.00P||x2, x4, x10, x20, x60, x120, x600, x1200|
|Resolution||Frame rate||Available slow/fast motion rates||Playback bit rate|
|3840x2160||25.00P||x2, x4, x10, x20, x60, x120, x600, x1200||160 Mbps|
|1920x1080||50.00P||x2, x4, x10, x20, x60, x120, x600, x1200||45 Mbps|
- Dual recording
- Relay recording
- Color bars
- The time code mode can be set to [ Regen.], or to [ Preset ] with [ Rec Run ] running mode.
- If the time code running mode was set to [ Free Run ], the time code running mode will be changed automatically to [ Rec Run ] when slow & fast motion recording is activated.
- When slow & fast motion recording is turned off, the time code running mode will return to its previous setting.
- The time code signal cannot be output from the SDI OUT terminal ( only) or HDMI OUT terminal.