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I purchased a Panasonic D-snap sv-av100 camcorder in the United States. It records fine, but when I try to copy film on to my Panasonic DVD recorder (I live in Austria, so it is PAL format) I just get a rolling black and white picture. Is this to do with NTSC and PAL compatability and if so, what can I do to get the colour picture I desire. Many thanks in advance. Jerry Haylins.

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