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When I play back video, the sound and the video are out of sinc. What's wrong? Also, the video seems to be in slower motion than it should be.

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Settings of Audio and Video speed are mismatched

Just go on to the settings options in the camera and restore/reset it to factory defaults

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You may also have a bent tape carrier that is putting your video off track. It needs to be pushed or pulled to realign it.

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