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Dub from P2 card to tape

 It seems I'm close but there's is a few missing steps I need to dub from the P2 cards to the internal tape deck.

What are the steps?

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Click onto tape mode then press the camera/view button at the back keep your finger on it for 10 seconds till it goes to pc (red) , then press the tumbnail button on the top of the camera then press record . that should do it.

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