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    							Camera Setup
    Adding the Camera’s IP Address to Trusted Sites
    When the security level for internet sites and intranet sites is set to [High] in Internet Explorer, it is necessary to add the IP 
    address of the camera to the list of trusted sites.
    A confirmation message is displayed.
    The camera will be added as a trus ted site for Internet Explorer.
    The added information will be loaded when Internet Explorer is re started. Close and restart Internet Explorer if it is running.
    Checking the Video
    After configuring the initial settings of  the camera, access the camera to check whether video is displayed correctly.
    1Select a camera from the camera list.
    2Click the [Maintenance] menu > [Add to Trusted Sites].
    3Click [Yes].
    1Launch the Camera Management Tool (P. 38)
    2Select the camera to open the Viewer in the camera list.
    3Click [Viewer]. 
    The authentication screen for the Viewer is displayed (P. 53).
    The web browser starts and the Camera Viewer is displayed.
    The web browser only starts when [Connectable] or [Connectable (error)] is displayed for [Connection Status].
    Accessing the Camera from Web Browser
    Cameras with the factory default settings are configured to obtain an IP address from the DHCP server. However, you can 
    access a camera connected to a network env ironment without a response from the DHCP server by entering a specific IP 
    address (
    4Enter the administrator name and adminis trator password (P. 39), and click [OK].
     You can only access a camera 30 seconds after connecting the camera to the network environment without a response from the DHC P 
    server using the IP address.
     If there is a response from the DHCP server after 30 seconds has  elapsed, the camera switches to the address assigned by the DHCP 
     When accessing a camera by entering in a web browser, set the computer to an IP address with the same subnet  (
     If multiple cameras with the factory default setting s exist on the same network, the cameras cannot be accessed. 
    							Camera Setup
    The [Initial Settings] top page will be displayed.
    After the camera reboots, the Setting Page is displayed and you can configure the settings.
    1Launch the web browser.
    2Enter, and press the Enter key.
    3Enter the administrator name and administrator password, and click [Apply]. 
    Setting the Camera Angle
    After installing the camera, set the camera angle while checking the video displayed in [Camera] > [Camera 
    Angle] on the Setting Page.
    Adjust the camera angle when installing the camera or after changing the installation location.
    The camera angle settings are configured by accessing  the Setting Page (P. 88).
    Step 1 Configuring the Camera Before Setting the Camera Angle
    Set the digital zoom, image stabilizer, and  image flip, which affect the camera angle.
    [Digital Zoom] (P. 108) and [Image Stabilizer] (P. 108) in [C amera] > [Camera] > [Camera Control] on the Setting Page. 
    [Image Flip] (P. 111) in [Camera] > [Camera]  > [Installation Conditions] on the Setting Page.
    Step 2 Setting the Camera Angle and Focus
    Sets pan, tilt, zoom, rotation and focus.
    [Camera] > [Camera Angle]  (P. 47) on the Setting Page.
    Flow for the Setting of the Camera Angle
    [Camera] > [Camera Angle] on the Setting Pa ge is for camera installation adjustment and is not intended for regular use. It may  damage 
    the camera if used frequently. 
    							Setting the Camera Angle
    Select [Camera] > [Camera Angle] on the Setting Page to set pan, tilt, zoom, rotation and focus.
    [Camera Angle] can be also launched from the Camera Management Tool. For details, please refer to “Camera Management Tool User 
    Camera Angle Screen Composition
    (1) Video Display Area
    Camera video is  displayed here.
    (2) Control Assist Display Displays the available directions for the camera with  dotted lines when performing pan/tilt operations.
    (3) [Pan] Buttons Pan the camera.
    (4) [Tilt] Buttons Tilt the camera.
    (5) [Zoom] Buttons Zoom the camera.
    (6) [Rotation] Buttons Rotate the camera.
    (7) [Rotation] Slider Click on the slider or drag the s lider to rotate the camera angle.
    (8) [Reconnect] Buttons Reconnects to the camera. Can be operat ed when not connected to the camera.
    Setting the Camera Angle
     When starting to set the camera angle, the Viewers and  recording software connected to the camera are disconnected.
     Connections to a single camera are limited to 30 minutes. Since the camera is automat ically disconnected after 30 minutes elapse, 
    click the [Reconnect] button to reconnect to the camera  if you have not finished setting the camera angle.
     Multiple computers cannot simultaneously connect to a single camera, using the [Camera Angle] tool.
    (7) (4)
    (9) Control Assist CorrectionIf you click [Exec] when the control assistance display  does not match the actual camera angle, an operation is 
    performed which confirms the actual camera angle, and  the position of the control assistance display is 
    automatically corrected.
    Correction takes approximately one minute.
    (10) [Camera Settings] Operate the focus.
    (11) Digital Zoom Range Displayed when [Digital Zoom] is set to [Enable] in [Camera] > [Camera] > [Camera Control] on the Setting 
    (12) [Zoom] Slider Click on the slider or drag t he slider to zoom the camera.
    (13) [Control Assist Display] Buttons Switch whether to display control assist in the video display area.
    (14) [Apply] Click [Apply] to apply the changed settings.
    (15) [Clear] Click [Clear] to revert to the previous settings.
    Setting the Camera Angle and Zoom
    You can set the camera angle and zoom us ing the video display area or buttons.
    Configuring the Settings with th e Operation Buttons and Sliders
    Set the angle and zoom using the [Pan],  [Tilt], [Zoom], and [Rotation] buttons.
    These buttons operate while pressed and stop when released.
    To operate with the [Zoom] slider, drag  the slider to change the camera zoom ratio according to the position on the 
    If you set [Digital Zoom] to [Enable] in  [Camera] > [Camera] > [Camera Control]  on the Setting Page, the digital zoom 
    area (yellow) is displayed and digital zoom becomes available.
    The higher the digital zoom ratio, the lower the video quality becomes.
    If you change the camera angle after configuring the intelligent  function, privacy mask, preset, and ADSR, those settings must  be 
    configured again.
      Pans left or right.
      Tilts up or down.
      Operate the zoom ratio (telephoto/wide-angle). 
    							Setting the Camera Angle
    To operate the camera angle using the [Rotation] slider, click the slider or drag the tab to adjust the camera to an 
    angle where the subject in the video is horizontal.
     Setting Camera Angle by Clicking Video
    If you click anywhere in the video display area, the camera angle will change to center on that location.
    If you click outside the pan or tilt r ange, however, the camera angle will only  change for the one which is within its 
    If the camera moves differently than the intended operation, or  if settings in the full range displayed by control assist cannot be 
    made, control assist may be out of alignment with the actual camera angle. In this case, click [Exec] for [Control Assist Corre ction], 
    and set the camera angle again.
    Setting the Focus
    You can automatically or manually focus on the subject, or fi x the focus at infinity. When manually operating the focus, you 
    can use the One-shot AF feat ure to focus on the subject.
    For precautions, etc. regarding the focus, pl ease refer to the “Important” and “Note” sections of [Camera] > [Initial Setting] 
    > [Camera Settings] > [Focus] on the Setting Page (P. 114).  
    Controls the rotation.
    Digital Zoom Range 
    Selects the focus.[Auto]
    Automatically adjusts the focus.
    You can click and hold the [Near] and [Far] buttons in [Adjust  Focus] to adjust the focus in the near and far directions.
    When you click [Exec] in [One-shot AF],  the camera will focus once using autofocus and then switch to manual mode.
    [Fixed at infinity]
    You can set the focus so that it is fixed near infinity.
    If you click [Apply] to apply changed camera angle settings, the  zoom and focus settings are also reflected in [Initial Setting]. 
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