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Video appears B/W on TV...but not all TVs! Help please...

I have a Canon MVX450 camcorder which doesn't always show video as colour when it should be. All the leads are connected properly so maybe there's something I'm missing. The sound is perfect it's just the picture which isn't right. I've checked all the controls on the TVs as well.

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Check for ntsc / pal video out put on camera.
Some tvs are auto detect so will work straight away .others not

Posted on Nov 09, 2007

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