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Question about PRO854 8mm Analog Camcorder

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...playback (however seller mistakenly left a regular 8mm tape inside and it plays videos of his kids just fine). I'm guessing this camcorder only plays regular 8mm? Does this mean I will be buying ...

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Question about Handycam DCR-TRV510 Digital Camcorder

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...playback Hi8 (and/or 8mm) tapes recorded on a Hi8 (or 8mm) camcorder? I believe all Sony model DCR-TRV2XX and 3XX would play Hi 8 and ST8 Such as DCR-TRV265, DCR-TRV285 DCR-TRV340, DCR-TRV355 I hope ...

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Question about Handycam DCR-TRV510 Digital Camcorder

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RCA 8mm video cassette recorder model vr800hf no color on playback - only black/white Clean your video heads using an 8mm tape cleaner.

Question about VME558LE 8mm Analog Camcorder

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PLAY BACK HI8 TAPE Can you tell me if you can playback hi8 tape on a hitachi VM-E568LE 8mm camcorder thanks yes you can

Question about VME558LE 8mm Analog Camcorder

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8mm Samsung camcorder: choppy playback I recently bought a dvdr to put my old 8mm home videos recorded with a Samsung VP-M50 on dvd,but the playback of the camera is very choppy in parts where the ...

Question about Handycam CCD-TRV87 Camcorder

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my sony handycam was stolen how do i play back my 8mm tapes is there an adaptor available? No adaptor for 8mm tapes. You need to have Sony camcorder or video-8 player for playback these tapes.

Question about VM-D6 Camcorder

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...8mm tape will work in a hi 8 playback but the resolution will be just 8mm Just the same if you have hi 8mm tapes you can record on then with regular 8mm cameras. I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM BUT MY 8MM ...

...8mm camcorder. The video playback is incredible. The image has sharp colour and is very steady. The problem is, however, that it will not play back the audio. All I get is a "buzz". mic is bad,so ...

Question about VM-D6 Camcorder

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...unit won't run the camera. Not even anough to open the tape holder Need to get new batteries for it to run it. 8mm is kind of outdated format that doesn't interface well with computers for

...which came with the machine (shot in 2004) plays fine, and records with no issue on playback. All tapes are either 8mm, or HI-8. Unless stored in optimum conditions, magnetic tapes degrade over

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