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Transferring files Can I get the videos from this "ancient model" camcorder on to my PC , or a flash drive, to use for a research paper I have due?

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Hi i am Bidzoni .Of hourse If you have

 tv card(or grafic card with solution to capture).

Cable  ( to connect your cam with your card,came with camcorder)

Sorry on my english .Let me now do you have something of this card.Then i explande what to do next.

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