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JVC GR-270U Blue screen with playback

Hey. I have a JVC GR-270U and wanted to download my video to my pc. Connected the camera via 1394 cable. Computer recognizes the camera, but the camera only shows a blue screen. I shows that it is playing and can fast forward, rewind, but now video...just a blue screen. Took it for repair at authorized JVC dealer...said he got it working fine...came home tried to play and connect to computer using DV cable and blue screen again...Please help me. Thanks!

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  • boombatz Aug 16, 2007

    It uses the mini DV tapes.

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A 1394 cable is specified for the GR - D - 270 but the GR - 270 U , not listed ( does your camera use VHS/c , or mini DV tape ? )

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