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How can I play back a tape produced on the GRHD1U?

Can I use a DV VCR? Can I use any other type of deck?

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Tapes may be played back by the camera itself. If the tape was shot in the 720P (HD) or 480P (SD) modes, it cannot be played back on a standard DV VCR or camera. Tapes shot in the 480i (DV) mode are completely compatible and can be played back on any DV VCR/camera. In addition, tapes can be dubbed to a JVC HD DVHS VCR via the firewire connector.

Posted on Sep 05, 2005

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