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Same Cam shutdown Issue

It is supposed to do this tech support folks at Sony tell me. I will now try to record to the memory chip to see if with the hard drive shut down the problem might go away.

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My sony ccd-trv52 8mm analogue
since i both it when i begin to record, a message like hand-sign appear and the camcorder stop recording.playback is not affected.
please i try anything i was not sucessfull,
please help

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Hummm, thats fine. go ahead n let me know of out come for knowledge ;)

Posted on May 29, 2008

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