Question about Sony Video Cameras
Yes you might of lost your pictures. If you shut down the unit without saving them or transferring them they may be lost. Think of your camcorder as a mini computer. Always remember to back up regularly, and to transfer files after your done with them. Feel free to ask additional questions.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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