Sony DXC-390P User Manual (fr, en, de, es)

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Chapter 1
Features
Chapter
 
1
High-quality images
• The high density 1/3 type, three-chip Exwave HAD
TM1)
CCD
2)
, containing some 380,000 (DXC-390) or 430,000
(DXC-390P) effective picture elements (pixels), offers
superior picture quality: 800 TV lines of high horizontal
resolution, high sensitivity of F8 at 2,000 lx, an excellent
signal-to-noise ratio of 62 dB (DXC-390) or 61 dB (DXC-
390P) and a low smear level.
• The adoption of the LSI digital signal processing
technology reproduces a finer, more detailed picture.
• DynaLatitude processing enables you to adjust contrast
finely according to the luminance signal level of each
picture element.
1) Exwave HAD
TM
: Exwave Hole-Accumulated Diode
“Exwave HAD
TM
” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.
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Overview
• The DCC+ (Dynamic Contrast Control plus) function
minimizes the phenomena whereby the whole screen turns
white or a part of the image becomes colorless when
shooting a very bright object.
• The Partial Enhance function enables you to adjust the
sharpness and tint of only a specified color.
Wide Range of Exposure Control
The AGC (Auto Gain Control) function and CCD IRIS
TM3)
function automatically adjust a wide range of incoming light
levels. When the lighting condition is poor, the AGC
function automatically increases the gain up to 16 times.
When incoming light is excessive, the CCD IRIS function
automatically adjusts shutter speed to cut exposure to the
2) CCD: Charge-Coupled Device
3) “CCD IRIS
TM
” is a trademark of Sony Corporation.