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This may sound crazy, but you can use either a digital camera or camcorder to check whether the Infrared remote control is working or not.
This is because the CCD in digital cameras and camcorders -- or even camera phones -- can "see" infrared light!
Install the battery into the remote and then push them botton on the remote and point the remote control at the lens of the camera or camcorder while the camera or camcorder is turned-on. If the remote control is working properly, you will see the emitter flash on the display of the camera.
If you don't have such a camera, borrow a friend's digital camera or digital camcorder.
I have a Canon MD120. When we purchased this overseas it didnt come with a cable that would connect from the camcorder to the computer - I'm presuming this is the way to download material to transfer onto DVD format. Where would be the best place to purchase one of these cables?
your battery way have went bad shorted internally.
if this is what happen and you pluged the charger in it may have also shorted out your charger.To know for sure get a good battery and test the camcorder,you may need to get a new or recondition charger.hope this has help jerry
I hope the camera you are talking about is ZR200 Mini DV.
As per its specifications.
It has a firewire/DV port.
follow these steps.
I assume you are using this cable.
I am not sure how you used the firewire cable before.
So, try this.
Connect one end of the cable to computer and other to the camera.
Switch on the camera and keep it in play/ edit mode (not in shooting mode).
When you connect the other end to the computer,
There should be a popup asking you what to do.
If there is no popup,
Open Windows Movie maker and import video from device.
You should see the camera in it.
Hope it works.
wow this is an old post...but mine used to do that back when I had a charger for it haha...I tightened up the video tape and make sure the tape didnt have wrinkles in it too...and it seemed to alleviate the problem if not for one recording...the stop and go recording though thats when this emergency eject happened to me...but was resolved with my just turning the wheels in the tape to tighten the tention...of course it sometimes didn't work cause I didnt get it tight enough you just gotta play with it...if all else fails send it to the shop though...