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CANNOT GET FADE IN/FADE OUT

I am unable to get my camera to fade in and out - cannot find the option button for this after lending to a friend.

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  • jmkosier Dec 05, 2008

    My fade in/out is on and I cannot find where to turn it off! Manual not w/i reach - lost!

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Place camera in record mode. Push in on the center of the joystick (round disk that changes modes ). Circle w/icons appears. Looks like a shoe at the top and arrow on left. Push joy stick to left - shows fade on - push to left again and it says off! Push the center of the joystick and the circle disappears and mode is changed. Good luck! PTL Praise The Lord as my Mother would say. I just figured it out myself!! This works for Panasonic mini DV digital camcorder. Hope it does for you too. It's worth a try.

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