Question about Canon Video Cameras
No matter what DV Cassette tape I use, from least expensive to $8-10 tapes, I get some distortion of the image on 10-20% of the left side. I would describe the distortion as "pixelation" for lack of a better adjective. Small "blocks" appear, intermittently that distort the image. I tried cleaning the heads with a Panasonic dry-type head cleaner but saw no change. Any ideas? Do I need to send the camera for repair?
Sam Kulp firstname.lastname@example.org
The problem has to be in the heads, they may need a more comprehensive cleaning or replacement.
Yes I would take it toa repair man to be checked.
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