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Panasonic NV-GS35 I have one of these cameras, and some how someone (possibly me lol) has added fade in and out when you start and stop recording. Now I can not get it to stop. I can work out how to change from white to black fade, but not stop it altogether. Makes it very hard when creating DVDs

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The problem will disappear resetting the camera settings from menu, or removing camera battery for five minutes.

If the problem does not disappear, then the camera is faulty.

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Check your audio settings on your camcorder. You may have an option to zoom in on the sound or record sound all around you. Try switching between either of those and see if that helps.

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Hello :

Here is the driver that you are looking for . Please don't forget to rate if that helped :

Panasonic NV-GS35 Mini DV Digital Camcorder driver .

good luck .

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