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Stopping the Panasonic Proline AG-DVC7 for powering off

I would like to use the DVC7 as a studio camera at church. The only problem is that, to save the battery, if powers down after 5 mins. Even if it's using AC power, it still powers off. Is there a way to stop it from powering off when it is connected to AC Power?

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Make sure that there is no tape in the camera.

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WISH TO FIND OUT IF YOU CAN REPAIR MY PANASONIC AG-DVC7 MINI DV COMCORDER. WHEN I TURN IT ON, A MESSAGE APPEARS "THIS CAMERA NEEDS TO BE SERVICED"


I take the cover off the door, using the eraser as the end of a pencil - lightly press on the recording head (drum). Put a tape in and watch to see if the tape now wraps around the head and stays in position to record.

Sep 15, 2011 | Panasonic AG-DVC7 MiniDV Proline Camcorder

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It turns on but when you push the recorder button it shuts off


Bad power switch... very, very common with the DVC7 and DVC15. Get the power switch/recorder button assembly replaced and hopefully you won't have the problem again until the new one decides to act up.

Apr 09, 2010 | Panasonic AG-DVC7 MiniDV Proline Camcorder

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Camcorder will not turn on.


I'm not a technician, but we just sent our AG-DVC7 to a repair shop. For $45.00 they told me the CCD Unit and the CCD board were bad. they wanted $250.00 for parts alone. The camera is 8 yrs. old and I don't see a $400-500 repair as a good investment, as the new unit is only $1000.00

Jan 19, 2010 | Panasonic AG-DVC7 MiniDV Proline Camcorder

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Part number(s) for the recording head(s) for the panasonic ADDV-7


Panasonic lists video heads for the AG-DVC7 at about $250.00. p/n VEG1576.

Apr 02, 2009 | Panasonic AG-DVC7 MiniDV Proline Camcorder

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Need to replace lens


Hi!
The DVC7 has a 43mm filter thread on its lens. Depending on your Bower's thread size, you may need a step-up or step-down adapter ring to fit it to the DVC. 
After checking if you have your sizes correct, you need to remove the DVC7's lens hood. After that, it's just a matter of screwing the wide angle lens to the DVC's lens.
Hope this helps!

Nov 14, 2008 | Panasonic Proline AG-DVC7 Mini DV Digital...

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No playback just blue screen


sounds like the dvc7 needs a cleaning tape.

Sep 24, 2008 | Panasonic Proline AG-DVC7 Mini DV Digital...

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Sound driver


plz visit the manufacture website there you will get free download

May 02, 2008 | Panasonic Proline AG-DVC7 Mini DV Digital...

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Panasonic AG DVC 20


check beneath the fold-out LCD screen.

Dec 01, 2007 | Panasonic AG-DVC7 MiniDV Proline Camcorder

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Ag-dvc7


most likely cause of this problem is loose or dirty cable connections to the video head or mechanism in the camera. get a tech to disassemble the cam and check the flex cables connecting the main board to the mechanism. same fix is good for AG-DVC10 and AG-DVC15.

Nov 14, 2007 | Panasonic Proline AG-DVC7 Mini DV Digital...

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