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Video Jumps on Screen

I have a Pansonic DVC7. A friend borrowed it and said the image on the LCD screen kept jumping when you watched what you recorded. Also when you transferred it onto the computer it came out all jumpy. He claimed he cleaned the heads and fixed the problem, but as soon as he gave it back to me and I used it, the footage was all jumpy when I transferred it to the computer. Does anyone know why its doing this and how to fix it? I told my friend it's been acting like this since he gave it back to me and he claims he fixed it and I must have done something to it. I need this camera for work, and so I need it to record perfectly without jumping the image and breaking up the sound.

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  • Caz Vif Jun 28, 2007

    We've used the Panasonic Cleaning tape several times and it hasn't fixed the problem. Will try it again and perhaps take it to a repair shop. Hopefully it won't cost too much. Thanks

  • bryant7903 Nov 19, 2007

    Problem is as discribed, also a message "incompatable data" comes up.

    Head cleaner dose not do any good.

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Sounds like the cleaning job wasn't good enough to get all the dirt. Try a Panasonic cleaning tape; if that doesn't work, find a local repair shop to do a good hand cleaning.

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