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I have video cassett size 8...I dont have the camcorder to watch it, I need to transfer it the regular DVD or any size...please help...thanks

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Look online or in some electronic stores for an adapter--the tape fits into a vhs format case and the vhs adapter is inserted into player theirs a vhs play adapter made for just about all compact tape units

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