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Getting dvd's from the tiny video tapes?

I have a video camera that takes the small tiny vcr type tapes. Is it possible to get them onto a DVD? I would rather take them somewhere to do as I am not very computer savvy...
AND.. is it worth it to just go buy a video camera that TAKES The dvd's instead of a tape? If I do, can those tapes just be put in my home dvd player to watch???????
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When you bought that CAM it should came with the interface cable and software to transfer from your CAM to DVD or your computer if you lost the software you still download from that factory Web
It won.t help you if now you will buy another CAM DVD, your previous mini DV tape still need a computer to burn into the DVD format
Give me your CAM branch and model I can tell you more OK

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