Displaying the Status Screens XF705
Article ID: ART172804 | Date published: 12/20/2018 | Date last updated: 12/20/2018
 

Description

Displaying the Status Screens  XF705

Solution

Displaying the Status Screens
You can use the status screens to check the camcorder’s various settings.
You can also output the status screens to an external monitor.
1 Press the STATUS button to open the status screens.
  • The status screen most recently displayed will appear.
  • You can also press the AUDIO STATUS button to display only the [Audio] status screens 
2 Push the joystick left/right to scroll through the status screens.
3 Press the STATUS button again to close the status screens.
  • You can also press the MENU button to close the status screen and open the menu instead.
[Gamma/Color Space/Color Matrix] screen 
[SDR Gain/Range] screen 
[/Data] screens 
[Camera] screens 
[Assignable Buttons] screens 
[Audio] screens 
[Media] screen 
[Terminal Outputs] screen 
[Recording] screen 
[Metadata] screens 
[Battery/Hour Meter] screen 
[Network] screens 
[GPS Information Display] screen* 
* Only when the optional GP-E2 GPS Receiver is connected to the camcorder

[Gamma/Color Space/Color Matrix] and [SDR Gain/Range] Status Screens ( mode only)
Gamma curve, color space, color matrix, SDR gain and range used for recordings, video output and displays
1 [SD CARD]: Settings used for clips recorded on the SD card 
2 [SDI], [HDMI]: Settings/LUT used for video output from the respective terminals 
3 [LCD], [VF]: Settings/LUT used for the LCD screen and viewfinder
 
4 HLG color 
setting (whether detailed settings in the custom picture file are active or not)
 
 
[/Data 1/3] to [/ Data 3/3] Status Screens ( mode only)



1 Custom picture file name                 2 Custom picture file's [Other Settings] (detailed settings)

[Camera 1/4] to [Camera 4/4] Status Screens (  mode only)

 
1 Automatic exposure (AE)
AE shift (A61), AE response
2 Aperture limit 
3 Shutter speed increment
4 AGC limit
5 Gain settings by switch position
6 White balance 
Setting of the PRESET switch position, shockless white balance and auto white balance (AWB) response
7 Focus 
AF mode, AF frame size and position, AF speed, AF response and focus limit
8 Zoom 
Zoom speed level, high-speed zoom setting and zoom speed settings for the handle zoom rocker, supplied wireless controller and grip zoom rocker


[Assignable Buttons 1/3] to [Assignable Buttons 3/3] Status Screens
Current functions of the assignable buttons
1 On the camcorder’s body Assignable buttons Camera 8 to 13 appear only in  mode
2 On the optional RC-V100 Remote Controller


[Audio] Status Screens

In  mode



In  mode
1 Audio source input, audio level adjustment modeand audio level indicator for each audio channel
2 Audio channels output from the headphones/built-in speaker
3 Headphone volume
4 Audio format, audio bit depth and audio channels used for recording or output
[SD Card]: Settings used for clips recorded on the card.
[SDI], [HDMI]: Settings used for audio output from the respective terminal.
5 Press SET to open the [¡!Audio Setup] menu.
(Only when the [Audio] status screen was opened using the AUDIO STATUS button.)


[Media] Status Screen

1 SD card A/SD card B

For each:
2 Visual bar: Approximate used/available space
3 Total space
4 Used (recorded) space
5 Available space
6 SD/UHS speed class
Only for SD card B:

7 Number of remaining photos

NOTES
• Depending on the SD card, the total space displayed on the screen may differ from the nominal capacity listed on the card.

[Terminal Outputs] Status Screen

1 HDMI OUT terminal status: Output signal, output onscreen displays
2 SDI terminal status: Video output*, 3G-SDI output mapping, output onscreen displays
* The displayed bit depth refers to the video signal’s bit depth.
3 Time code output from the HDMI OUT terminal
4 User bit type


[Metadata 1/2] and [Metadata 2/2] Status Screens ( mode only)


 
1 User memo 
(file name, title, creator, location and description)
2 Clip name and slate information (camera index, reel number, clip number, 
user-defined field, scene number and take number)
3 Unique Material Identifier (UMID) information (country code, organization and user code)
4 Custom picture file embedding in clips


[Battery/Hour Meter] Status Screen
1 Remaining recording time
2 Remaining recording time indicator
3 Battery life indicator
4 Total operation time 
5 Operation time since using [Reset Hour Meter]


[Network 1/6] to [Network 3/6] Status Screens

Connection settings of the current network connection
1 Network configuration name
2 Connection type
3 SSID (network name)
4 Authentication and encryption method
5 WEP index key
6 Wi-Fi frequency band and channel
7 TCP/IP settings of the current network
connection


[Network 4/6] and [Network 5/6] Status Screens ( mode)

Browser Remote settings
1 Camcorder settings 
2 Browser Remote's URL
3 User settings*
* Only default passwords will be displayed. If a password was changed, the status screen will show
only that the field is password protected

[Network 6/6] Status Screen ( [GPS Information Display] Status Screen ( mode only) mode)

IP streaming settings​
1 Streaming video configuration and audio channels 2 Receiver settings and transfer protocol
3 Error correction settings


[Network 4/6] to [Network 6/6] Status Screens (  mode)

 
FTP settings 
1 FTP server settings
(destination server, user name and password*)
2 FTP transfer settings
(destination folder, port number, passive mode,
new folder creation and dealing with samenamed
files)


[GPS Information Display] Status Screen (  mode only)
1 Latitude
2 Longitude
3 Elevation
4 UTC (coordinated universal time) date and time
5 Satellite signal strength
For details refer to Recording GPS Information (Geotagging)