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Panny AJ SD 93 Recording

I have an SD93 that I have only used for loan so people can input material to their edit systems. I would like to now use it to record a DV 1394 signal directly from a camera but am not having much luck as I only get an E92 error message. Any clues ?

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Firewire connector bad

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if you are interested in my services I am Ed
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Good luck. It can be very frustrating, but awesome when it all comes together and works right!!!

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