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Jvc 200u problem recording to vhs video tape, from camcorder

When I playback mini tape from cam to tv it is ok,{av3} but when I record to vhs tape in video recorder while tape is playing on tv, when completed and vhs tape is played back it starts of in black and white breifly then picture is distorted. The cam was purchased in usa and is used in uk would ntse system cause this or is there an adjustment I could make, thank you for any help.

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  • sondramcisaa Apr 14, 2009

    its on safeguard and i dont know how to change it...the picture gets all distorted...

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Yes, if the camera is a US camera then it is NTSC. That would be your problem, you are trying to record an NTSC signal to a PAL video. THe frame rates and resolutions are all wrong. I am even surprised that it is playing back on your TV okay...

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