A. Support bracketry to keep video image aligned

B. Mini switches for video picture settings

C. Pivoting point of the upper half of video camera.
Maximum tilt is 45 degrees. This allows the video camera
to be used on different setups.

D. Iris control.

E. BNC connector for the signal and 4-pin Hirose
connector for power. The connector housing
swivels so cables can point in any desired
direction. Since it swivels close to the
center of the optics it provides more
stability to the image alignment. Strain-
relieving the cables is still strongly recommended.

F. Focus adjustment wheel.

G. Picture sensor can be rotated (90 degrees) for setups on
different film cameras.

H. Access hole for loosening and tightening the screws for
centering the image on the video monitor.