SAL35F14G (serv.man3) — Sony Digital Camera Service Manual (repair manual)

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SAL35F14G (1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
SERVICE MANUAL
Ver 1.1  2007.02
Sony EMCS Co.
9-852-108-92
2007B0800-1
© 2007. 02
Published by Kohda TEC
US Model
Canadian Model
AEP Model
Chinese Model
CORRECTION-1
We will inform you that there are printing errors
in the service manual previously issued.
 Correction of Adjustment
 : Point changed portion.
4-3.  PROJECTIVE RESOLVING POWER CHECK
(Service manual page 4-18)
Incorrect
SAL35F14G
(1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Focal-length
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 9)
f (mm)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
100 or greater
32 or greater
63 or greater
Table 4-3-1
Focal-length
Distance (m)
f (mm)
35
1.4
Table 4-3-1
Correct
— 2 —
SAL35F14G (1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 9) on the screen appears
the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Change the focal-length (zoom) and distance of the checking lens, and check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional
(M) at y’= 9) at each focal-length (zoom) and distance is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Focal-length
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 9)
f (mm)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
100 or greater
32 or greater
63 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 15) on the screen
appears the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional (M) at y’= 15) is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Distance (m)
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 15)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
125 or greater
50 or greater
40 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
 : Points changed portion.
!
 : Points deleted portion.
4-3.  PROJECTIVE RESOLVING POWER CHECK
(Service manual page 4-20)
Incorrect
Correct
$
^
— 2 —
SAL35F14G (1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 9) on the screen appears
the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Change the focal-length (zoom) and distance of the checking lens, and check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional
(M) at y’= 9) at each focal-length (zoom) and distance is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Focal-length
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 9)
f (mm)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
100 or greater
32 or greater
63 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 15) on the screen
appears the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional (M) at y’= 15) is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Distance (m)
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 15)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
125 or greater
50 or greater
40 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
 : Points changed portion.
!
 : Points deleted portion.
4-3.  PROJECTIVE RESOLVING POWER CHECK
(Service manual page 4-20)
Incorrect
Correct
$
^
— 2 —
SAL35F14G (1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 9) on the screen appears
the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Change the focal-length (zoom) and distance of the checking lens, and check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional
(M) at y’= 9) at each focal-length (zoom) and distance is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Focal-length
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 9)
f (mm)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
100 or greater
32 or greater
63 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 15) on the screen
appears the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional (M) at y’= 15) is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Distance (m)
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 15)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
125 or greater
50 or greater
40 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
 : Points changed portion.
!
 : Points deleted portion.
4-3.  PROJECTIVE RESOLVING POWER CHECK
(Service manual page 4-20)
Incorrect
Correct
$
^
— 2 —
SAL35F14G (1.4/35G) (35mm F1.4G)
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 9) on the screen appears
the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Change the focal-length (zoom) and distance of the checking lens, and check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional
(M) at y’= 9) at each focal-length (zoom) and distance is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Focal-length
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 9)
f (mm)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
100 or greater
32 or greater
63 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
3)
Turn the mount rotation ring of lens test projector until the projected image at a certain peripheral point (y’= 15) on the screen
appears the most unsharp.
Read the number of the smallest pitched lines (both saggital and meridional: 3 lines) at the peripheral point.
Note:
When reading the number of the smallest pitched lines, be careful of the spurious resolution.
Spurious resolution is the reversed image of 2 or 4 lines which appears on screen when focus is beyond maximum revolving
power.
Do not confuse spurious resolution for the smallest pitched lines.
Fig.4-3-4
4)
Check that the all readings (y’= 0, saggital (S) and meridional (M) at y’= 15) is within the specification of the Table 4-3-2.
Specification
Number of the smallest pitched lines
Distance (m)
Center (y’= 0)
Peripheral (y’= 15)
(Lines per mm)
(Lines per mm)
S
M
1.4
125 or greater
50 or greater
40 or greater
Table 4-3-2
Correct resolution
Spurious resolution
 : Points changed portion.
!
 : Points deleted portion.
4-3.  PROJECTIVE RESOLVING POWER CHECK
(Service manual page 4-20)
Incorrect
Correct
$
^

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