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Re: JVC mini cam DVL300
Two possibilities : tape guide mechanism in the VTR needs replacing/adjustment or more likely CCD sensor is outputting a 'noisy' image and the CCD sensor block must be replaced. Many manufacturers of v-cams will repair this fault ( CCD sensor ) free of charge. Find out.
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your best bet would be to find a frys electronics around where you live. They have a great selection of different cables for different devices. If that won't work just type in your camcorder model # on ebay and see what comes up. Good luck
I had this same problem, It is the cable itself, check under system properties/hardware in control panel of windows and make sure the firewire ieee is working properly also. pretty sure you need a new cable though...goodluck
not available - the tapes are different widths for a start, and the two formats use different compression techniques. Adapters are available for VHS-C to VHS because the tape width and the recording format are the same.
i had the same problem with my cam JVC GR-DVL309 and i solve it. HOW! Eject the tape, reinsert it BUT while the tape is going down to read, push the door with your hand just a little bit to right side just a few seconds while is reading the tape and close the door, (i had done this 2 or 3 times) this way i have solve the E04 Error, now i can record and play with my cam.