Question about Canon ZR100 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
I have just transferred a bunch of my old miniDV tapes to PC using Canon ZR-10. One day later, when I tried to play them again in the same camcorder, I only see a blue screen with all the indicators. It is almost like all the tapes got erased, which they did not, because all of them had erase protection at the time of transfer.
When I tried to record a video, the camera acted normally, showing the image that it was supposedly recording and all the correct indicators on the screen, but when I tried to play the recording back, I got the same blue screen again.
The kicker is that it is not my camera and I now will have to repair it since it happened while in my hands.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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