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Grainy videos my videos are so grainy they are hard to view! what is going on? i use the factory loaded spec's so i know it is not what i did. help

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Most likely you need a head cleaning tape. Or a professional "tune up".
Hope this helps,
Lee

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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