Canon VB-H610VE Manual (en)

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Focusing positions will vary under different light 
sources, such as fluorescent or infrared, since the 
wavelengths of these light sources vary. One of the 
following methods can be used to adjust the focusing 
position to allow for these differences when switching 
Day/Night Mode.
(5) [Use One-shot AF] 
This is the factory default setting. Select this option to 
use One-shot AF when switching Day/Night Mode.
(6) [Move to registered focus position] 
When switching Day/Night Mode, the focus positions 
preregistered for Day Mode and Night Mode in 
[Register focus position] will be used. For details, see 
(7) [Compensate for light source] 
 
Select this option to adjust the focus position to suit 
the lighting being used when switching to Night Mode.
[Fluorescent]
Select this option to capture video under 
fluorescent, LED, sodium or mercury lighting.
[Halogen Lamp]
Select this option to capture video under halogen or 
incandescent lighting.
[Infrared (740nm)]
Select this option to capture video under infrared 
(740 nm wavelength) lighting.
[Infrared (850nm)]
Select this option to capture video under infrared 
(850 nm wavelength) lighting.
[Infrared (940nm)]
Select this option to capture video under infrared 
(940 nm wavelength) lighting.
(8) [None]  
When switching Day/Night Mode, the camera 
automatically focuses on each of the fluorescent 
lighting focus positions set for Day Mode and Night 
Mode.
Registering the Focus Positions
The focus positions that are used when switching Day/
Night Mode are registered as follows:
[Registered] will appear next to the mode, [Day Mode] 
or [Night Mode], picked in step 1.
[Clear the registered focus position?] will appear when 
selecting (5) or (8), even if only one focus position has 
been registered for either [Day Mode] or [Night Mode].
When switching to (5) or (8), and then back to [Move to 
registered focus position] mode, selecting [No] will 
preserve the registered focus position. Selecting [Yes] will 
clear the registered focus position.
Note
Refer to the following for focus ranges when Day/Night is 
enabled.
 
 Notes on p. 38
(5)
(6)
(7)
(5)
(6)
(8)
1
Select (2) [Day Mode] or (3) [Night Mode] in [Day/
Night] (p. 141).
2
Under the lighting conditions selected in step 1, adjust 
the focus position as required while watching the 
video.
3
Click [Register focus position].
4
Select the remaining mode in step 1, and repeat steps 
2-3.
Important
• If the viewer is exited in [Day Mode] or [Night Mode], auto 
day/night stays disabled even if [Auto] is set in the setting 
page. To set auto day/night to enable, be sure to exit the 
viewer after setting [Auto].
• While making settings with the [Day/Night Mode Focus 
Settings] panel, it is not possible to make settings using 
Admin Tools on another computer.
• If [Use One-shot AF] is activated due to switching between 
Day/Night Mode, the camera may not be able to focus on a 
target subject using One-shot AF if another subject passes in 
front of the target at that time.
• If Night Mode will be used under infrared lighting, turn on the 
lighting before switching to Night Mode.
• Even if you use [Day/Night Mode Focus Settings], focus may 
not be maintained in Night Mode if the light source changes 
(ex. infrared lighting to sunlight).