Posted by Ardie1939 on Aug 21, 2007Report abuse
RECENTLY i HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN A STUDY CONCERNING THE DEFORMITY OF CANE TOADS; A STUDY THAT REQUIRES FILMING AT NIGHT.. After
filming much footage my camera seemingly died. I have not been able to get it to focus on any thing, it will not rewind, it does not play any of the hi 8 that was recorded on it.. I am unable to present any previous material to others working on such a vital subject as aforementioned...... what can I do to over come such a problem especially when some folks are suggesting that Hi 8s are a thing of the past?
Comment by Ardie1939, posted on Aug 21, 2007
My camera is Digital CCD - TRV 16 HI8 DIGITAL NOT THE CCD TR4 16 AS HAS BEEN ASSUMED.. i NEED ANSWER FOR THIS CAMERA AS OPPOSED TO THE ANALOG...
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I also have a SONY 460x Handycam Vision CCD-TRV68 NTSC video Hi8 Steady Shot not able to record a picture but will record audio, playback is the same. Unfortunatly this occured after warranty was out. Seems like this might have been a manufactors defect.
I have a sony handycam ccd-trv 308 hi8 analog camcorder and I was trying to transfer videos from it to my computer. However, when I plug the S-video cable to the handycam and my computer, nothing happens. Does my computer require a driver to recognize the handycam because I cannot find any in the sites of sony for my handycam's model. Or am I using the wrong wire?