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Lines on video

My family does a bit of water skiing and when recording on my JVC Everio GZ-MG50AA recorder, playback has fine vertical lines which are very distracting and make the picture blurry. Whenever the suject moves or the camera moves, even slowly, this happens. (VERY slow moving or still objects come out quite clearly but it's really annoying trying to watch any action!) I have tried all the settings I can think of without any success. At the moment I'm getting much better quality video with my fuji digital camera than the camcorder, which sort of defeats the purpose of having it! Any tips please?

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I've found out that if the little internal battery that holds the date and time is run down, then the camera can't focus on moving things well. I left mine plugged in all weekend, now can record action. Some can be replaced - like a big watch battery.

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