Camcorder Sony DSR-300 want to burn direct to DVD recorder
I have a Sony Digital Camcorder DSR-300 which uses DVCAM tapes. Want to hook up to a DVD recorder and burn DVD directly from image being view in camera? If so, is there a certain type of DVD recorder I should use? Does it need to be a top of the line or any DVD recorder would work? How do I hook it up to the camera?
Is it possible to setup on the image from the camera to be displayed on another TV in another room? How?
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Try playing one of the tapes on another Sony DV/DVCAM device and make sure the tape is OK. Also, try running a cleaning tape through the camera for 8-14 seconds (no longer!) on playback. If this does not remedy the problem, then your camera needs repair.
You need to use longer tapes. The DER-11 is a DVCAM deck which when recording, uses a faster tape speed then mini DV. Think of your older VCR's. They had SP, two hours, and EP or SLP, which would be six hours. The SP speed would give a better picture. DVCAM is more like an SP recording except digital and a lot better. More information is laid down on the tape.
You'll have to jump up to the full size DVCAM tapes in order to record the full hour.
Dear carooooo, You are dealing with tape not film. Your problem might be in your tape.
Try running your tape on record the full length. Keep your lens cap
on. Color balance and use new tape that's for your Sony.