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Re: DV terminal

This terminal allows for direct digital transfers to other equipment with DV input terminals, such as JVC's GV-DT1 multimedia printer or the video capture card in your computer. The same terminal when bi-directional ( in and out ) allows dubbing from another DV source.

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My computer has USB Terminal, and my Canon Mini Digital Camcorder ZR60 has DV Terminal. How to connect ?


you have to buy and install IEEE1394 Firewire adapter to connect DV devices to your computer. Probably a cable too.

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Our Canon XL2 has problem with Terminal DV and Terminal. The screw is loose inside. It's totally not work. CAn you fix it? We are in San Jose area, Can we have your phone number?


It's fairly easy to do there's a video on Vimeo on how to do it. I personally suggest you get a ground strap from fry's before attempting this fix. only 5 screws or so to disassemble the unit and I'd suggest you don't disconnect the 2 flex cables between both halves because they're a pain to align just right and you'll definitely pop a main fuse if not seated properly. The main fuse is about the size of a grain of sand and a pain to install.

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Use firewire(DV terminal), some JVC models do not support USB streaming. Good Luck

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The IEEE1394-compliant DV terminal also lets you connect the ZR90 to a DV-compatible computer or another Canon DV camcorder. That means you can easily transfer your digital movies to your computer's hard disk, edit your scenes, and then use them to create high impact Web sites, video e-mail, interactive CDs and DVDs, or a personal video album.

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There is small switch located at front circuit board that is not working properly and causing "cover not open" message.
Take off LCD cabinet section then remove front cabinet section, remove screws on circuit board and turn it to see that switch.
There can be lose connection on switch terminals or switch is not being pressed properly with lens cover lever. Please check it carefully.
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  1. connect VCR(recorder) to TV, select TV proper channel to get signal from VCR
  2. connect Mini DV to VCR, for example, you are using AV1 input on your VCR
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Hi I don't really understand what are you asking here but check the manual. There is a s-video connection, i.Link (DV) connection and a regular A/V connection. btw the DV cable is not included with the camera.

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DV terminal question


This terminal allows for direct digital transfers to other equipment with DV input terminals, such as JVC's GV-DT1 multimedia printer or the video capture card in your computer. The same terminal when bi-directional ( in and out ) allows dubbing from another DV source.

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Connection using Firewire


Use a DV cable to connect the camcorder to the computer. Determine whether your computer has a 4-pin or a 6-pin DV terminal. Use an appropriate, commercially available DV cable for your computer's DV terminal. When making this connection, the use of the compact power adapter is recommended. How to connect ? 1. Turn the camcorder's POWER switch to . ? 2. Move the TAPE/CARD switch to . ? 3. Connect the computer's DV terminal and the camcorder's DV terminal with the DV cable as shown in the image below. The location of DV terminals differs between computers. For more information, please refer to the documentation that came with your computer. Important: 1. Operation may not work correctly depending on the software and the specifications/settings of your computer. 2. If the computer freezes while the camcorder is connected, disconnect and reconnect the DV cable. If the problem persists, do as follows. (1) Disconnect the DV cable, and then turn off the camcorder and the computer. (2) Turn the camcorder and the computer back on and reconnect them with the DV cable. 3. The image files saved on the hard disk drive of your computer are original data files. If you wish to edit these image files on your computer, make copies of them first, and use the copied file, retaining the original.

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Connection


Only DV connections (IEEE1394 connections) are possible when connecting your camcorder to a computer. DV connections (IEEE1394 connections) Your camcorder can be connected to a computer equipped with an IEEE1394 (DV) terminal or OHCI-compliant IEEE1394 capture board. You can transfer taped recordings (digital video signals) to the computer by connecting the camcorder to the computer. Use the editing software supplied with your computer/capture board to transfer video recordings from tape to the computer. If you are using a computer running Windows XP, you can also record the video simultaneously on your computer's hard disk and on the tape using DV-PC Recorder Software. You can download the DV-PC Recorder Software from Canon's DV-PC Recorder Web site. Making the connection Connect the camcorder to the computer as shown in the figure below. The computer's IEEE1394 (DV) terminal is either a 4-pin or a 6-pin type, depending on the computer used. Use either the CV-150F (4-pin - 4-pin) or the CV-250F (4-pin - 6-pin) DV cable (sold separately), whichever fits your computer's terminal. Precautions (1) There are cases where the connection may not work correctly, depending on your system specifications/settings. (2) If the computer freezes while you have the camcorder connected to it , disconnect and reconnect the DV cable. If the problem persists, take the following actions. (2-1) Disconnect the DV cable from the camcorder and the computer, and then turn off the camcorder and the computer. (2-2) Turn the camcorder and the computer back on and then reconnect them with the DV cable. (3) Your camera cannot be used with DV NETWORK SOFTWARE (DV Messenger).

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