What is a easy way to describe my barely used camcorder, that has been used only twice, for a total of eight hours. Has some things still in origional plastic and two batteries from 2000 purchased for it?
the case is included and all of the paper work is there.
i want to try to get top doaller for it but have no stats on how good this thing is?
can someone please help my unusual troubleshooting problem?
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This would probably be the type of item you would find on eBay. While there are none available right now, you can set up a saved search and an email will be sent if any are up for sale. - http://pages.ebay.com/help/buy/save-searches.html
the sound you refer to during recording on the ag-456up is probably bad bearings on the video head. unfortunately, this part is no longer available. any good electronic repair shop should be able to clean the lens. a new battery should be available from wal-mart, circuit city, best buy, etc.
that cam is an analog. well, as long as there are full size VHS VCR's there is going to be full sized VHS camcorders as well. The convenience of dealing with only one tape format is undeniable. Not having to convert the tape out of the camcorder and into your VCR, without wires or adaptors or losing quality can seem more important to some people, than the overall size of the unit. By utilizing the optional professional wide-angle lens you can cover all the bases. This unit is straightforward and easy to operate and the results are top notch too! A full-size VHS camcorder, the AG-196U is ideal for those just getting started in video, as well as for educational and institutional applications. It offers a 14: 1 two-speed power zoom lens, low-light capability, Audio/Video fade, has advanced recording and playback functions as well as digital effects to meet almost any application. Extremely sensitive 1/3" CCD with 420, 000 pixels provides outstanding picture quality, even under low-light conditions.
I think it's possible if you change a setting on your camcorder. Turn your camera on to VCR and then hit the menu button. Look at 4. AV In/Out Setup and make sure your DV Out is set to ON. I think this will make it work. If not, try changing your playback functions. I think the problem either lies with the fact that the camera is using its RCA connections as outputs instead of inputs, or it's not sending the signal on to the VCR.
Hope this works for you -
No. Since VHS-C Palmcorder Camcorders feature only analog outputs, it is not possible to connect the camcorder directly to a PC unless your computer video card is equipped with analog inputs. The only way to transfer images from the camcorder to a PC is by using an external device capable of analog/digital signal conversion.