Question about Video Cameras
On some camcorders that means that there is too much moisture inside the camcorder to operate properly. Keep it inside, out of any case it may have been in or has, at room temperature for awhile and see if it dries out....it should but it may take awhile. This happens sometimes if you have had it outside and bring it inside and there is a temperature change such that it causes condensation to form inside the cam and the sensor shuts the systems down, alerts you to the situation (DEW) and thus you know to let it sit awhile.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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