Question about Panasonic Palmcorder PV-D209 Camcorder
Hi. I've had this problem a few times myself when I was tent camping or outside for a long time.
Remove the battery, and see what happens. If it keeps happening, I let it sit out of the bag for a couple of hours in the car with the battery removed.
I would not suggest hitting the camera.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
I've got the 203 and all i had to do was take the bat. off and give it a couple of good hits on my palm, hitting the bottom of the camera. At sounds odd, but trully works. On the 203 its an electrical issue. Before doing this, be sure to open open the tape case, and remove your memory card and, if you can, the internal bat.
it worked for me.
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