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Yeah this is a problem I ran into to. Its the zoom feature that does it and it is just made like that. Well its not actually a problem considering it cannot be fixed, just a feature that happens with this camera.
I don't know how you can easily tell the spec for the anti-shake is working on your camera. There is a specific specification for how much it can compensate. There is a factory spec that specifies that with a specific lens magnification ratio, the camera can be moved a specific number of arc-seconds and display within a specific amount of movement error. At home it would be impossible to do a technical evaluation of this feature.
What you can do as a user is to read the instruction manual about the option and see how to make sure that it is turned on in the camera's menu section. It is possible that your model may not have the feature. This you have to check in the spec sheet that came with the camera.
When the anti-shake is turned on, you should see the picture appear to be more stable than when it is turned off. With high zoom settings, it will be less stable looking than with wider angles of zoom. It does have its limitations.
Professional photographers normally don't like the anti-shake feature for shooting videos. For still pictures it is a good feature if you want this type of performance. This is because with moving video taping when the camera is being panned in small motions, the smoothness of the pan is taken away. The stabilizer starts to work at the beginning of the pan and then it gives out in sort of stepping actions. This can create a sort of jerking type of pan motion in the pictures.
I've just solved that problem in the VSX 7000 of my girlfriend's Job.
Your VSX7000 has at least 4 video outputs, 1 for VGA and Supervideo 1 and Supervideo 2.
Firstly you should try VGA connector, because the main menu may be there, so you could change the configuracion.
If you can't see main screen in any of the output connectors you'll have to use the http tool.
In your internet browser enter the camera IP address, and you'll get the Web Interface of the VSX7000.
It will prompt you for user & password, the default options are "Admin" and your VSX7000 serial number (14 digits) you can find this number under the camera.
Once you're in the Web Main Menu, click on Site Map. There you can choose what you want to see in the screen of Monitor1 (My menus are in Spanish, maybe your menu says something like "screens" but I'm sure you'll find it)
If you choose Monitor/Screen 1 as Svideo, and select it as output for Local, Remote and Content you should see the Main Menu after the VSX7000 Reboots.
I hope it would be useful for you, if you have any problem with this let me know... This VSX7000 is working fine now, so yours should work!