Question about Cameras
There is no way that the cameras to be strangely set or something like that .. specially in the same time with only 2 of the cassettes ..so the only explanation will be either that someone messed around with them like a sick joke..or the tapes that do not work were exposed to something strongly magnetic ..or those 2 were damaged from the start ..My advice is to get them to a professional recovery store and try to see if there is anything on them ...cause if they were made in the same cameras with those that work ...and in the same settings the issue can not be but one of those 2 explanations I just mentioned..
probably either human error on use..or someone erased them in purpose or mistake (strange to be mistake on 2 of them in separate cameras) or the tapes were already demagnetize from start ..and useless..
Posted on Sep 29, 2010
Hello. Take your tapes to a camera shop rather than risk erasing them. J.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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