Question about Sony Dvcam DSR-300 Camcorder
Question 1: I have a Sony Digital Camcorder DSR-300 which uses DVCAM tapes. Want to hook up to a DVD recorder and burn DVD directly from image being view in camera? If so, is there a certain type of DVD recorder I should use? Does it need to be a top of the line or any DVD recorder would work? How do I hook it up to the camera? Question 2: Is it possible to setup on the image from the camera to be displayed on another TV in another room? How?
Posted by Anonymous on
The latest DVD recorders are able to use Firewire I have one from Lite-On that has a firewire input and was very cheap so you dont have to spend a fortune to get quality.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
Better would be to use the firewire output from the camera into a DVD recorder
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
You can connect this directly to a DVD recorder. I suggest using S-Video and the two audio channels.
Posted on Sep 14, 2005
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