Question about Sony Handycam HDR-HC7 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
When turned on camcorder gives off a buzzing sound and the picture shakes. At first, this was intermittent, however, 3 month later it is almost a constant problem rendering video unusable. In a local shop I was told that there is some sort of drive and the plastic casing maybe cracked. Any idea for repair? Greatly appreciate any advice-Milan Skarka
It can be the problem with video processing unit of your Camera. It can also be the casing issue. However for that you'll need to check what might be the case. If you have jewellers toolbox and have disassembled any camcoder before then you can check the camcoder yourself. Here is a link to free service manual for your Camcoder---
Sony Handycam HDR-HC5/HC-7 Service Manual
However, if you think you can't fix this yourself then i'll suggest you to get this done from a professional camera tech. If you want professional help then you can contact the nearest camera tech. Please see this link and see the camera tech available near your place--
Sony Handycam Repair link
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