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My Canon FS200 DVC isn't transferring files

The Canon FS200 FLASH that I recently purchased takes great movie files as long as you play them on the actual camera. When I try to move them over to my PC it slows the PC right down so that they won't transfer using the supplied software. I have even tried putting them on another SD card but that did not help. At first it wouldn't even recognize that I had the camera plugged in via USB. Now it will at least recognize the camera it just won't let me use the image mixer to trasfer the files. Any help available?

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Hi mate, I had same problem as you, took the cam into store and teh guy helped me out.

Make sure you get the recharger for the camcorder, then plug it into teh camcorder and also to the wall power when you are uploading the files. It can needs an extra power boost to get the files onto your computer.

- so plug in your camcorder to computer
- also plug in the battery recharger cord to the camcorder

Should work fine!!

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