Question about Panasonic NV-GS25 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
SOURCE: my camcorder not playing back
First, try head cleaning by trained technician. Tech will clean manually with cleaning chemical each head to make sure video heads are performing 100%. Otherwise, they will probably quotes you for tracking adjustment. Head cleaning is typically around $25-50. Tracking adjustment might cost you around $100-200 in US depending on service time.
Posted on Mar 18, 2007
try to clean the video head using a blank new tape and fast forward it 5 times if needed...dont use a video cassette cleaner it will ruin your video head...
Posted on Aug 10, 2007
SOURCE: LCD no image
it is same with my camera same type also.the problem is from flexible cable from mainboard to lcd .same of the core is break..until now i can'ot get that cable. you just buy the cable and on your camera and ok. if you have information abaut that cable please submit to me email@example.com
it is same with my camera same type also.the problem is from flexible cable from mainboard to lcd .same of the core is break..until now i can'ot get that cable.
you just buy the cable and on your camera and ok.
if you have information abaut that cable please submit to me
Posted on Oct 22, 2007
SOURCE: PV-GS9 mini dv playback problem
I covered several threads that recommended buying a Mini DV cleaner and
running it up to 4 times. They also suggested to change to change your
video tape as it may have been the cause of the original problem.
These solutions may have worked for many but not me. My camera was becoming progressively worse. It went to blue bars and no sound to no picture at all...just blue. After using a cleaner 4 times I became frustrated to the point I was going to buy a new camera.
However, with the camera still playing, I did the typical guy thing and rolled up my fist and gave it a good hit along side of it. Remarkably it went back to just the blue bars. I hit it again and it went back to a perfect picture. I'm not saying this will work for you and hitting it too hard could make things worse but I was at a point where I didn't care any more and took a chance that paid off.
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
Clean the heads(use the specified cleaning tape sparingly).
Change tape. Using Panasonic video tape? It sounds like no. You might get by with Sony... Try Panasonic.
The tapes are different thickness, durability and therefore suitability for cameras. Try to get ME -type tape( metal evaporated) instead of MP( metal particle) as the particles tend to flake off more readily. The blue often means no signal(video) was recorded in that space(on the tape). Let me know it it helps.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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