Question about Panasonic AG-DVC200 DV Digital Camcorder
My panasonic ag-dvc200 is working fine,but the dv connector to my pc does not work, i knew this when i bought the camera,where can i get this repaired
Je sais ouvrir le Service Menu mais je ne connais pas la procédure.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
you can't do anything on dead pixel but still you can use the unit it will not affect any, else the dead pixel cover half of the screen.
Posted on May 23, 2011
"Dead", "hot" and "stuck" pixels are not repairable. The CCD or "sensor" inside the camera receives the image projected on it by the lens, is made up of thousands or even millions of pixels. These cameras and devices often refer to this number when advertised to indicated differences in the sensor. Your Standard Definition AG-DVC200 is from what I have found, a .48MP sensor camera. That is, the sensor has 480,000 pixels. The High Definition Canon XF100 on the other hand has 2.37 MP or 2,370,000 pixels.
The only "fix" for a pixel problem is replacing the entire sensor. This is usually not only not a DIY project, but is often an expensive repair. Usually this type repair is done only on fairly new devices - only because the technology advances very quickly. It is often better to buy a new camera or device than to repair an older one - within reason of course. You need to carefully weigh the repair costs against investing the repair money in a new, latest, greatest device instead.
You should have the camera professionally inspected and diagnosed so that you can make an informed decision about whether to repair or replace. After all, it's your money.
I hope this helps & good luck!
Posted on Aug 26, 2011
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