My Panasonic Palmcorder PV-L353 VHS Shuts off after about 10 mins.
I have a Panasonic Palmcorder PV-L353 VHS and it shuts itself off after about 10 mins even when I am using it. I can flip the switch to off and flip it back on and it will come back on. I am not using a battery I have it plugged into the wall with the cord. What is causing this and how can I correct it?
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By power pack do you mean the actual battery or the charger unit that plugs into the wall to charge or power your Palmcorder? Either way, bot are available on Ebay as universal units and you should make sure the charger or battery pack is for or a 6 volt capacity. Many chargers for these Palmcorders are labeled as VHS-C / 8MM, that should work with your camera. Universal battery packs are made reversable, meaning that you can flip the battery to accomodate several other camcorder models. I've replaced my batteries and charger for my Panasonic Palmcorder from Ebay.
The only thing you can do with an analog camcorder is to transfer the video and audio from the camcorder to the PC via video/audio capture device and appropriate software. This will convert the analog signals to digital format for the computer to work with.
You don't give enough details. More details would help.
I have a Panasonic IQ PV-IQ403 old palmcorder. I know how to connect it to a TV screen. I am not sure how a camcorder would connect to a computer. Maybe this information can be of help to you. I have separate flap door covering my RCA connections on my camera, located near the battery compartment. I just plug one end of the RCA cord into those connectors and the other end into the RCA connectors on my TV. I have to change the power switch on my camera over to the VCR position (take it off of the camera position). The TV has to be on channel 3 (or 4). I push play on my camera, and I can see what I have recorded on my TV screen.
This might work on your computer monitor. I am not an expert, but this information may be helpful.