• Change the Screen Brightness - :pulse

    Change the Screen Brightness

    In certain conditions, you may need to change the brightness of the screen. For example, if you are filming in dark conditions, you may want to lower the brightness to make it easier to see the settings.

    To change the brightness of the screen:

    1. Switch on your :pulse unit (see Switch :pulse On and Off).
    2. Press the control knob.

    3. Turn the control knob to scroll to the Display Settings option.
    4. Press the control knob.

    5. Turn the control knob to scroll to the Set Brightness option.
    6. Press the control knob.

    7. Turn the control knob to change the brightness level (1 is the minimum brightness, 100 is the maximum brightness).
    8. Press the control knob to confirm your selection.

    When you confirm your selection, the :pulse applies the setting and displays the main screen.

  • Screen Saver - :pulse

    Screen Saver for Preserving Battery Power

    By default, your :pulse's screen is always lit. By using the Screen Saver feature, you can set the screen to turn off automatically after eight seconds of inactivity. This helps to preserve battery power. As soon as you turn the control knob, the screen will light up again.

    To turn the screen saver on or off:

    1. Switch on your :pulse unit (see Switch :pulse On and Off).
    2. Press the control knob.

    3. Turn the control knob to scroll to the Display Settings option.
    4. Press the control knob.

    5. Turn the control knob to the appropriate option:
      • Screensaver On
      • Screensaver Off
    6. Press the control knob to confirm your selection.

     

  • Button Lock - :pulse

    Button Lock

    The :pulse unit's small design means it can be carried alongside other equipment with ease. But if your :pulse is likely to knock into other objects, the control knob could be turned and pressed accidentally, potentially changing the :pulse's settings. To prevent this, you can turn on the Button Lock feature. With the lock enabled, any accidental presses or rotations of the control knob will have no effect on the :pulse's settings.

    To get to the settings when Button Lock is enabled, you first have to manually deactivate the lock.

    To enable/disable Button Lock:

    1. Display the Main Screen.
    2. Turn the control knob to scroll to the screen that shows Button Lock: at the top.

      The Button Lock screen will present you with one of two messsages:

      • Press to Lock - This message is shown if Button Lock is currently disabled. if you press the control knob, Button Lock will be enabled. The :pulse will not allow you to access the menu options again until the Button Lock has been disabled.
      • Press to Un-Lock - This message is only shown if Button Lock is currently enabled. If you press the control knob, Button Lock will be disabled. You will be able to access the menus again, by pressing and turning the control knob.
    3. Press the control knob to confirm your selection.