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I'm a golf professional that uses a vhs format for video golf lessons and I wish to upgrade so my students can play back there lesson at home on their computers or I can download the lesson to them. I always give them the tape of the lesson so they can review it at home. Also, after taping the lesson, I would like to leave the camera on the lesson tee and just take the disc back to the studio and preview the lesson.This process would require some sort of player that would be compatable with the camera. Thanks for you help with this problem. It's time I got into the 21st. Century. Bobbyb

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  • Bobbyb01 Mar 14, 2008

    What Camera would you suggest for that recorder????????



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I would think that a camera that uses a DVR medium would be an idea. Pioneer makes a really nice one, Look Here

You could even have a portable player on hand to preview on the tee

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Maybe a hard drive recorder would fit your needs. Check this one out at Newegg:
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I'm looking for a camera to take golf swings. I'm currently using an old ag188u 10,000 fps vhs format. It's time for me to upgrade so I can hand my students a disc that can be played in a computer....


Dear Fixya,

I have still haven't received a model # or Brand of Camera that will be compatible to the DVR player you recommended.

Maybe that's my fault because I wasn't explicit enough.

I need a camera to take golf swing at high speeds and a player to use in the studio.

Thanks for the help!!!!!!!!!

Bobbyb01@msn.com

Mar 14, 2008 | Cameras

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Panasonic PV-810


just for recommendation, try out panasonic. panasonic has way lots of upgrades including repair service. they never run low on chips and stuff. quasar is ok too but never really heard about the tech support...

hope this helps.

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