Question about Sony MSDW-904 Comopsite Video Input Board MSDW904 Camcorder
You can take your tapes to a video transfer service and get them to transfer to DVDs. Any large metro area will have these services but if not, you can mail off the tapes to a known service. Look online (google) for a reliable service with BBB rating and customer testimonials. Look locally first.
You may find a working Sony 8mm camcorder on your local Craigslist.com or at a Goodwill store or other second hand outlet or in the newspaper ads or online but that is unlikely since they are so dated. Remember that a Sony Hi8 camcorder can also read 8mm tapes so if you can find one of those for $50 to $80, they would read the tapes.
Lastly you could repair the camcorder but it may not be worth the cost. Local electronics repair shops may be able to fix the camera.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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