I have the same camera, all you have to do is buy audio/video cables most are red, white and yellow.look close on the sides of the camera and you will see a spot kinda like a little door.about 2 in long, open it and you will see a black and yellow hookup for the audio/video cables. run them to the vcr or dvd recorder if you have one.
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Yes It Is Possible.
1. Cable options you can use S-video or RCA.
2. VHS payer that has a recording option. Make sure that it supports the Sony Handycam 8mm.
3. The procedure on how to transfer the 8mm to VHS is the same as how you view your video on the TV.
4. S-video or RCA should be connected on the Handycam and the other end is on the TV.
5. You can follow the instruction on page 27 (Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37)
6. You can also follow page 52 (Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37 )
The 8mm recording system is totally different to the VHS system and therefore cannot be played in a VHS player. No adaptor is available such as the VHS-C to VHS adaptor.
Sony did release a dedicated 8mm Player/Recorder many years ago although these tend to be difficult to find offered for sale. RHN
amigo, desconecta el cable de alimentación y la bateria.
Con la video en "LOOCK", volve a conectar todo, y mantene apretado el "EJECT" y luego de un rato te la abrira.
se toma su tiempo porque rebobina la cinta hasta soltarla.
espero esto te ayude.suerte
You will have download your analog video to the computer by accessing the utility on the computer programs. Make sure you select the NTSC format on the computer then upload the video to DVD recording. If our camera has S-video output, use this for better resolution
Look for the output jacks on your camera, hook them to your computer's audio/video input. Try accessing the recording utility on the computer then upload footage through NTSC format. You can then edit the footage. If your camera and computer utilize S-video, use them for best resolution