I have had my Sony DCR-DVD92 for over a year and have had no problems until now. It was not in use for about six months storied in the closet. I took it out and the picture was very fuzzy. It appears like dirt or something is inside the camera, on the inside of the lens. How could this happen and how could I fix it myself? I am very good at taking things apart and putting them back together.
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This camera uses a separate battery charger. It won't charge in the camera. As you didn't get the charger with the camera, you will have to obtain one. I found lots of them by searching for "DCR-DVD92 charger" on Amazon.
Yes the good old DVD camera, you like millions of others get this problem with that model, it is looking like DVD disk cameras have a 84% break-down problem, we need to get Sony to start to make proper cameras that use 8mm tape again, it is a media which does work well.