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I have a small color security camera with infrared that is intact. This camera is an exclusive Harbor Freight Tools distributed product. I have attached pics of it, the last pic of the small connecting box looking into the connection starting from left to right are 4 wires 1=yellow 2=blue 3=orange 4=white. I hope this is of some help to you. I unfortunately don't have the other end of the connector and am looking for pinouts to hard wire it to my monitor. If some one has this info please pass it on to my email zimpmd at aol. Thank You Michael Zimpleman
Just like the human eye your camera has an electronic iris that automatically opens and closes to adjust to varying light levels. It appears that the internal light compensation circuit is stuck open. That is why you have a picture at night but not during the day - there is simply too much light entering the camera during the daytime. Try disconnecting the power from the camera for a minute or so and then repower back up. After several attempts if this does not work then you will need to replace the camera. One thing you do not mention is the type of lens on the camera. You will either have a standard lens that simply brings into focus the image or one with a cord that plugs into the camera. This type has a built-in auto iris feature which also controls incoming light levels. If your camera uses the standard lens (no cord) you may be able to purchase an auto iris type lens to compensate for the camera's malfunctioning internal circuitry. If you need additional help please contact me.
Fist of all I like to inform in computer S-Video output of the camera usually does not fit to computer. Only if the computer has S-Video Input card it will be possible. However logic is simple. Digital Camera or Camcorders uses 1394 or USB connection to connect to the computer. You havent indicate what model of JVC you use, almost all JVC Digital Cameras come with USB connection option. All you need to put USB cable in between. If it asks driver, use the CD comes with the Camera or download from JVC's support website. http://support.jvc.com/
Based on your post/description, your power supply is faulty. 1. It your 24VAC adapter/power supply is the original one that came with the camera, then most likely a component failure inside. More often it is the filter capacitor. 2. If it is a replacement, then possibly the ratings are not compatible with the camera, specifically the current or power (Amps or Watts). 3. In some instances the built-in regulator might be shot since your source is 24 but your load rewuires only 12.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
you have not mentioned which model JVC camera you have bought, any ways, if it has with both memory card and minidv cassette facility, then you require a fire wire card to transfer cassette contents, and for stills on card insert the card to the slot and then connect it to the computer through USB cable, then the computer will recognise your camera.