DSC-W35 (serv.man10) - Sony Digital Camera Service Manual (repair manual)

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DSC-W35 (serv.man10)
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SERVICE MANUAL
Auto-ADJ
DSC-W35_ADJ
• Precaution on Replacing the SY-175 Board
• Change of Automatic Adjustment Program
Version of Automatic Adjustment Program has
been changed from Ver_1.1r02 into Ver_1.2r03.
: Points changed portion.
&
: Points added portion.
6-1. CAMERA SECTION ADJUSTMENTS
1-2.
ADJUSTMENT PROGRAMS
1-2-1.
Automatic Adjustment Program
(Supplement-1 page 1)
2.
Start of Automatic Adjustment Program
Double-click the application file (DSC-W35 Auto-Adj
Ver_1.2r03.exe), and the Automatic Adjustment Program will start.
3.
Function of Each Button on Main Menu Screen
When the Automatic Adjustment Program started, the Main Menu
screen in Fig. 6-1-10 will appear. On this screen, select each ad-
justment section.
Fig. 6-1-10
6
This part indicates the version of Automatic Adjustment Pro-
gram.
7
[DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button
The “DESTINATION DATA WRITE” screen appears.
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Ver. 1.2  2008.03
Sony EMCS Co.
9-852-152-86
2008C0500-1
© 2008.3
Published by Kohda TEC
SUPPLEMENT-2
File this supplement with the service manual.
(DI07-273)
• Change of Automatic Adjustment Program
• Addition of “DESTINATION DATA WRITE”
• Correction of Adjustment Condition
DSC-W35
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DSC-W35_ADJ
DESTINATION  DATA  WRITE
If this processing is executed, the SY-175 board is set to the fac-
tory default setting according to the specified destination.
Setting items:
• Font data for camera display
• Initial setting of display language
• VIDEO OUT Default Data
1.
Function of Each Button on Destination Data Write
Screen
Click the [DESTINATION DATA WRITE] button on the Main Menu
screen, and the “DESTINATION DATA WRITE” screen in fol-
lowing figure will appear.
1
[To Menu] button
Return to the main menu.
2
Destination List
Select the written destination
3
[Data Write] button
Write the destination data to the camera.
4
[   ] button
Indicate the destination table.
5
[Procedure] button
Indicate the procedure.
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• Addition of “DESTINATION DATA WRITE”
Precaution on Replacing the SY-175 Board
At first, execute “DESTINATION DATA WRITE” when the SY-175 board was replaced.
By executing this processing, “VIDEO OUT Default Data Check” and “Initial Language Data Check” on page 6-1 and page 6-2 of the
Service Manual is no longer necessary.
2.
Destination Data Write
[Writing method]
1) Prepare a Memory Stick formatted by a camera.
2) Copy all of the font data CX_FONT1.ash to CX_FONT4.ash
supplied with this program to the root directory of the Memory
Stick.
3) Insert the Memory Stick in the set.
4) Select the target destination from the pulldown list.
5) Click the [Data Write] button.
6) When the “Set the camera to PB mode” message is appeared,
confirm that the camera mode is PB. Then click the [OK] button
to continue the processing.
7) Following message will be appeared after completing data
writing.
8) Remove the Memory Stick from the set and disconnect the USB
cable.
9) Execute the Initialize operation using the Setup screen.
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DSC-W35_ADJ
1-4.
CAMERA  SYSTEM  ADJUSTMENTS
1-4-2.
Adjustment Items of Camera System Adjust-
ment
(Service manual page 6-15)
The adjustment items of camera system adjustment are as listed in
Table 6-1-3. The Automatic Adjustment Program divides the ad-
justment items into six, camera adjustment 1-6. Clicking either
CAMERA Adjustment Start button allows the adjustment item
which corresponds to that button to be executed.
The adjustment conditions of the subject and filter vary depend-
ing on which item is adjusted. The Adjustment Program displays
an instruction for the subject and filter as a message during the
adjustment.
• Correction of Adjustment Condition
: Points changed portion.
Button Name
Adjustment
Subject
Adjustment
Adjustment
Page
Address
Siemens star chart with ND filter
CAMERA Adjustment 1
Flange Back Adj.
for minipattern box (Note 1) or
Flange back adjustment jig
Siemens star
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      _
CAMERA Adjustment 2
Flange Back Check
(1.0m from front the lens)
(Illuminance: 200 to 400 lux)
Color Shade Adj. & Check
6F
06, 07
F No. Compensation
6F
60, 6B to 6D
Measure Gain Adj.
Clear chart
6F
6B, 6F
CAMERA Adjustment 3
(Standard picture frame)
78
0C to 0F
Mechanical Shutter Adj.
6F
6B to 6D, B8 to BB,
C7, C8
Light Value Adj.
6F
65 to 67
Table 6-1-3
6D
A4 to B7, D0 to F7
6F
18 to 53
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LANGUAGE GP
DESTINATION
AREA
SELECTABLE LANGUAGE
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DSC-W35_ADJ
(Service manual page 6-16)
Preparation of Flange Back Adj.
(Using the flange back adjustment jig)
(Illuminance: about 300 lux)
Note 3:
When using the flange back adjustment jig, take care of
the following points:
• For the illumination, use a light source such as an in-
candescent lamp or inverter type fluorescent light free
from flickering.
• Do not make an adjustment in the environment where
fluorescent lamp flickering occurs even if the illumi-
nance can be ensured with the room illumination only.
Use an incandescent lamp or inverter type fluorescent
light at a place free from the influence of room illumi-
nation.
1) Install the flange back adjustment jig so that the distance be-
tween it and the front of lens of camera is less than 3 cm.
Note 4:
Take care not to hit the flange back adjustment jig
when extending the lens.
2) Make the height of flange back adjustment jig and the camera
equal.
3) Check that the center of chart meets the center of shot image
screen with the zoom lens at TELE end and WIDE end respec-
tively.
Fig. 6-1-21
2.
CAMERA Adjustment 2
(Service manual page 6-17)
[Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and
sequence]
1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.
2. Flange Back Check
3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.
[Adjusting method]
1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 2.
2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting
during Camera Adj.”.
3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during
Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub-
ject in accordance with the message.
Fig. 6-1-22
1-4-3.
Adjusting Method
1.
CAMERA Adjustment 1
(Service manual page 6-16)
[Automatic Adjustment Program execution items and
sequence]
1. Data Setting during Camera Adj.
2. Flange Back Adj.
3. Release of Data Setting during Camera Adj.
[Adjusting method]
1) Click the [Start] button of the CAMERA Adjustment 1.
2) The Automatic Adjustment Program executes “1. Data Setting
during Camera Adj.”.
3) Upon successful completion of the “1. Data Setting during
Camera Adj.”, the following message is displayed. Set the sub-
ject by referring to “Preparation of Flange Back Adj.”.
Fig. 6-1-18
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&
: Points added portion.
: Points changed portion.
Flange back adjustment jig
Below 3 cm
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