The DVC7 has a 43mm filter thread on its lens. Depending on your Bower's thread size, you may need a step-up or step-down adapter ring to fit it to the DVC.
After checking if you have your sizes correct, you need to remove the DVC7's lens hood. After that, it's just a matter of screwing the wide angle lens to the DVC's lens.
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I take the cover off the door, using the eraser as the end of a pencil - lightly press on the recording head (drum). Put a tape in and watch to see if the tape now wraps around the head and stays in position to record.
I need to see the lens you bought or to let me know the type or brand so i can tell if this to replace the original one.
You can clean the lens with the VFK1901 cleaning liguid and VFK1902 special cloth,you can order them from Panasonic dealer near you.
Yes, I've popped the whole thing apart and the lens is very, very tiny under all that plastic... like a handheld camcorder lens. There appears to be no adjustment options on it... but I'm also afraid to open it beyond where I'm at. I'll continue to investigate and let you know if I come across a solution. I don't mind so much if I damage the lens as the whole cam is already holding on by a thread.
the stripes are caused from one of the heads on the dd cylinder not updating. you need to stick a head cleaner in, if that does not solve the problem then either the head is going need a thorough clean or it is damaged. it will need replacing.
Actually I got it done this evening when I got home. I carefully started pulling screws that appeared to hold the left case side on, and I got lucky and got all the correct ones on the first try. After removing and reseating all of the ribbon cables the camera works perfectly again!
most likely cause of this problem is loose or dirty cable connections to the video head or mechanism in the camera. get a tech to disassemble the cam and check the flex cables connecting the main board to the mechanism. same fix is good for AG-DVC10 and AG-DVC15.