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Need the manual on how to work this video recorder but i cannot afford to buy one

Need a free manual on a sony video camera recorder model no. is ccd-tr7. need to know how to operate it

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Click Sony Support to download instruction manual of CCD-TR7

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Try these links. The second link may contain software that you can use for your camera although I did not see your specific model listed, Sometimes you can use a closer model numbers software and it will work the same.
Manuals and contact support link. As Sony to send you the cd or provide you with a ftp link: http://support.sony-europe.com/dime/camcorders/v8c/v8c.aspx?site=odw_en_GB&m=CCD-TRV208E
ALternative software for other models that Might work: http://www.helpdrivers.com/ingles/listado/panellis.asp?marca=Sony&perif=camaras1

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I don't know this exact model, therefore this will be generic.

There should be an A/V output on your camera. You will require an A/V capture card and software installed on the computer. You will need the A/V cable set that is compatible to go between the computer and the camera.

If the camera has a fire-wire output which most all the new ones now have, you will need to install a fire-wire card and the necessary software on to the computer to read videos from your camera.

If your computer is too old, or too slow, or does not have adequate resources and RAM's, it will not be able to handle the video from your camera. Make sure your computer will be compliant before running out and buying the extra hardware and software to do this with your computer.

Jerry G.

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Click Sony Support for details.

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