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Playback intermittently plays in slow motion and in fast

When we record on the disk all seems fine and quite often we are only in record or stby mode - no special effects being used when recording (at least I don't think so).

However, once we format the disk to playback we find that about every 45 seconds or so it will run in slow motion for about 2 seconds and then about 5 seconds later it will run faster than normal for about 2 seconds. All other aspects are fine. Is ther a setting that I need to adjust or do I simply have a problem with the camera.

Can't seem to figure it out.

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  • barack Jan 11, 2009

    same camcorder,same problem . after finalizing disc and playing back on dvd player, playback video motion slows and then resumes every 5 mins or so. I am making sure camcorder remains still during finalizing.I have used fujifilm and phillips dvd-r. I am now using sony brand dvd-rw,but have not finalized and viewed yet.

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    When playing back on the TV, it is intermittently slow or stops. However, in reading the manual, it says that "the image may freeze for an instant between scenes depending on the DVD device being used. This is not a malfunction." Go figure.

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Have you tried using a different DVD-RW? If you have used the same one over and over, it may have been corrupted by frequent use.

Has the camcorder done this since you bought it or is this a recent problem. If it is more recent it could be a problem with the read/write heads on the camera itself.

If this doesn't work, comment on the solution post and we can continue to trouble shoot.

Hope this helps!!!

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