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Need to buy tapes for canon camcorder v75hi

Where can i buy tapes for this model please

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  • joannawhitta Dec 21, 2008

    need to buy in uk thanks

  • joannawhitta Dec 21, 2008

    fab...can I use any Hi-8 tapes. do they have to be canon?

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Hi,
You can buy Hi-8 tapes at HERE or Radio Shake or Best Buy.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 21, 2008

    OK,
    Here is Amazon UK website where you can purchase Hi-8 tapes.


  • Shahid Electronics
    Shahid Electronics Dec 21, 2008

    Hi-8 is standard of tape (8mm tape width) and you can use Hi-8 tape in any Hi-8 camcorder like Sony, Canon etc.

    Many companies manufacture Hi-8 Tapes and Sony, TDK etc are well known.

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