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Sony DCR-HC 36E On video recording image appears OK and all seems tp be recording well, display normal. However when playing back the image appears in bands of the currently recorded video with alternate bands of the previously recorded video. Is this a menue feature or has the camera a problem & how do I rectify it?

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No its not a menu feature.its a faulty lens just clean the lens.or the battery is old.change the battery.

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Can you clarify what do you mean with bands. Have you tried reseting the camera to default settings that can be done either in the menu or there should be a reset button.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

  • Ekse Aug 25, 2008

    The video heads may be dirty use a cleaning Casette to see if things improve



    http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/stor...





    there are some special effects you can turn on and off in the settings, but as you reseted the camera they should be all OFF
    There is a reset button / switch. I suppose you have found it.

  • Ekse Aug 25, 2008

    there is a MOSAIC FADER setting in the camera.


    also if you record in the LP mode, a mosaic like noise may appear in the video or sound may be interrupted when you play back the tape on other devices.


    if you mix with SP and LP mode, the picture may become distored.







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-I can't be on guard 24/7

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