I taped fireworks last night on my sony ccd-trv37 with the nightshot on
it taped but when i try to watch the tape it is in black and white
is there a setting a i am not using? please help
my husband set off $4000.00 worth of fireworks for the town and he would like to watch them thank you
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Re: sony handy cam
Unit may have been set to wrong exposure preset. Taking video at night of fireworks can be tricky as a lens openning for night shots may be overexposed when taking shots of sudden bright flashes of fireworks. You might try moving the camera vantage point at least 60 - 100 feet away. This will give the camera additional time to adjust it's optics
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Yes It Is Possible.
1. Cable options you can use S-video or RCA.
2. VHS payer that has a recording option. Make sure that it supports the Sony Handycam 8mm.
3. The procedure on how to transfer the 8mm to VHS is the same as how you view your video on the TV.
4. S-video or RCA should be connected on the Handycam and the other end is on the TV.
5. You can follow the instruction on page 27 (Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37)
6. You can also follow page 52 (Sony Handycam CCD-TRV37 )
Error C:32:20 indicates that the take up reel of the cassette that winds the tape into the video cassette is not taking up the tape fast enough thus causing slacking when unloading.
Remove the battery or power cable, connect, and perform operations from the beginning.
if this fails take the camera to a repairman to remove the tape manually.
Well the cheapest way is to go into record mode, cap the lens with the black lens cap and record a 'black' picture on the tape. This will erase all the pictures on the tape and leave you with a 'black' screen on the whole tape.
My best solution, is to pull all power sources form the camera for 24 hours. If this does not work, then take the small screws surrounding the Tape housing, in order to try and get the tape out. Best of luck dude ;)