Question about Panasonic AG-185 Camcorder
Hi folks, I am going to buy next week my first camcorder and, after quite a bit of research, I am leaning towards a Panasonic 3-CCD (PVGS 250 probably). I will make my final decision in the store. Big last minute problem however: I discover on a camcorder forum that Panasonic camcorders (new ones, I mean recently acquired) often have a problem signaled as «dew warning» for which Panasonic declines any responsability and which causes the camcorder to be unusable. If I do not find an appropriate answer to this problem, I may instead opt for a Canon Optura 60. Any comments or suggestions? If so, please reply rapidly, my grandson (5 months old) is waiting for the filming! Thank you very much.
Posted by Anonymous on
The dew sensor is in most if not all makes and models. No maker has the corner on dew sensor failures. What is a problem today is that service fees nearly outstrip replacement costs. The part itself is cheap, putting it in costs. A great tech can fix the issue in about 10 or so minutes.
Posted on Sep 06, 2005
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