Question about Cameras
Posted by Anonymous on
Well you said there was a tape with it and that you could see it moving.
But, you have it under Digital Cameras which generally use flash media, nowadays.
Some older camcorders used tape.
I think that the head may be magnetized, or the mechanism for driving it is binding. At any rate, if I were working on it, I wouldn't want to put much effort into fixing it, because tapes were always so troublesome compared to today's flash memory cameras.
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