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The charging system for your camera is not a cable, it is a charger where you have to place the battery in the charger. It is black in color and slightly larger than a pack of cigarettes. Some of the chargers come with an adapter tip that changes the prongs to a straight round tip plug
The cable you describe should be the only cable that you need. You want to make sure that you switch to whichever input you connect to on your TV. If you are getting sound but no picture there may be a problem with either the input or your cable. Connect the cable to a different input to see if it works. If it does then the problem is with the input on your TV. If it doesn't work then there is something wrong with the cable. You may have to get it replaced at the place you purchased the camera from/
for to import from the Sony handy-cam you need a firewire cable ..not a rca..this one will only help you see the video on a tv ...but you will not be able to import them into computer ... just ask at the store..and take the camera with you .. another thing the camera may support even a usb cable that may be available in the box that it came with (infact the iLink cable should be there too ) so ..this is a link to a video I use to explain in detail the procedure to import fom minitape of sony handycam. .http://www.5min.com/Video/Windows-Movie-Maker---import-from-a-DV-tape-6876 after have them into the windows movie maker..just drag them to the story board..(join them if you need) ..and save them by finishing movie...and save to computer ..in best for computer mode...after that just burn them to **** ..using Nero ..or if they are small enough to get into a cd ...use window feature for burning ..
this could be correct as the signal for the Camera LCD screen is now being sent to what ever device is connected on the TV out cable. ensure your connection is Camera - TV out TV - Video in. ensure that your TV is set to the correct channel or input setting to view the signal from the camera.
Most places that sell cameras will probably also sell the cable that allows you to connect your camera to the TV. Depending on your camera, one end of the cable plugs into the camera and the other end probably has the Yellow, Red, White plugs that will plug into your TV. You might also check the camera company website to see if they sell accessories specific to your camera.
To find this information you will have to either go to the Panasonic customer support website and enter your palmcorder model number and check out the frequently asked questions to see if they have already asked this question and have a answer in the form. the website is (http://www.panasonic.com). you can call the customer support telephone number at 1-800-211-7262. Between the hours of 9am-7pm EST. You can also use the customer support e-mail at email@example.com Give them the Brand name and model number of the palmcorder and ask them for the correct type of cable, you will need to use for the connecting the camera to your dvd recorder/ player. I Hope this information helps you with your palmcorder problem.
The cable that goes from the camcorder to the TV or VCR is a simple one to replace. It's got a standard 3.5mm stereo headphone jack at one end and RCA's at the other. So all you need is a cord that is designed to let you play an MP3 player through a home stereo, and Radio Shack sells these, as does Wal Mart. The only thing is that one cable will be red and one white, whereas the original had one yellow and one white. Just plug the red plug into the yellow video-in jack on your TV or VCR.
t could be that the camera has an A/V jack. A/V jacks are 4
segment connectors whereas most stereo cables are three segment connectors. When a three segment jack is plugged in to an A/V port, you only get one channel of audio.
That means your cable should have three rca plugs. Two for the audio and one for the video. I haven't been able to find A/V cables or adaptors in stores. The camera probably should have come with one. I had to special order them on the internet.