Panasonic Camera's have been a great problem for me. We have two where I work. Like the post above said you need to clean the heads. Panasonic does make a great head cleaner. It looks like yur mini DV tapes. You play it for 10 sec and tada....it works again. For the 4th time total mine will not turn on and an important tape is stuck inside.
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You can connect the Camcorder to the Computer using A/V interface to transfer the recordings to Computer.
Once you transfer the recordings from tape to computer, you can use any burning software to burn the recordings to DVDs.
In order to capture the analog videos, you can use the Windows Movie Maker available in the Computer.
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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.
I'm not sure if this will work for you but, sometimes I try to play back some of my tapes and a blue or grey screen comes up instead, although this sounds odd, if I record something(for even one second) it will let me see my film. I know this can cause problems because you may end up taping over film but if it's the only way to see your film it's worth a try!