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Will DHR-1000 play Mini-DV tapes shot in HD video camcorder?

I have a DHR-1000 that I have edited with for years using Mini-DV tapes shot in Mini-DV camcorders. I want to move up to an HD camcorder. Can I continue to use this deck using tapes shot in HD?

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