Tip & How-To about Canon XL1S Mini DV Digital Camcorder

Don't use your digital camcoder next to a magnet this may damage it and result in no movie. also don't use it with the sun direction

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Help my Nickon D2x stopped working today in the middle of a shoot. I pointed it up at my subject with the sun behind their head and wondered if the sun caught the lens and effected the sensor??


Quite possible that the CCD- charge coupled device - which is the optical sensor was damaged by this direct exposure to the Sun. In some cases there can be a trip but need a check at the Nikon service. you can switch off remove battery and keep overnight to see if the camera resets.

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Hey! You need DVD and Video Converter Software to help you convert movies to common videos to your laptop. I think you can give it a shot. Hope that helps.

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change the lcd setting by pressing menu then right arrow. go down to the sun picture and then click the left arrow and put it in the middle. i hope this helps.

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see the contacts on the both side are they rusty current is not passing thru the terminal properly try cleaning them with some rust removing liquid on a cloth and then try it

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