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The tape will be badly damaged if trapped in camera, this always happens when the camera has got dirty heads and capstan rollers, some times the door wont open if this happens, but if it does open your local camera shop may get the film out.
it should be connected with a computer because almost all camcorders have a connection to it by using USB. First install the CD driver from camed with your camcorder's box to your computer and after that connect it with a USB. it should be recognize the camcorder after you insert it. you can check also your camcorder's manual.
My panasonic camera does the same- from what research I've done online
the only method (that REALLY works) is removing the battery pack and
hitting the camera (where the battery was at, don't hit it too hard)
with the palm of your hand. I didn't believe this until I tried and
*poof* it worked back normal.
i have NV-D60EN model panasonic mini dv camer but when i use to record and play back, its red light falshing for about some second later switching itself off. it does not function any thing so that if you don't mid give me the solution please