Hi. I just bought the camcorder, and I used it to video my car on a race track. The camcorder was mounted to the roll bar. I used the remote control to start and stop the camcorder. I taped five sessions, and every time, the recording is fine when the car isn't moving, or very slowly, but when I get out on the track and begin to go fast, the camcorder stops recording. I had used the camcorder before and after the track taping, and had no problem. Could there be a vibration issue that causes it to stop recording? The battery was charged. And the camcorder was still turned on after automatically stopping.
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i have a HVR-A1E that uses the same mechanism and it is a real s...t, i used this cam only a few times and had same problem...
i found out on blogs that is a default on those cams... i had to buy another cam to be able to read the recordings i made !
i went to this solution, i bought a FW recorder that records in real time with included battery and hard disk, because the only really sure repair is to change all mechanism (more money than buying another cam !) and must be done by a professional because the mechanism is extremely sensible to mount and adjust !
i tryied many things: let the door open for a long time and then reboot, try to move a little gear that is the responsible of the problem, putting a bit of mechanic oil, and nothing worked !
the problem comes from a little gear that have troubles to move correctly, and this gear is also activating a sensor that says to the main board, that the door is well closed or not...
I don't know if you would call this a solution but I do know that some computers or programs will not except certain cameras. For instance I have a Sony computer and the editing program I have is Adobe Premier which will not except footage from my JVC camera but will except the footage through my Canon camera. I think the Eggheads that design these programs just like to screw with people.