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We have a Panasonic hcv700. camera frozen in playback mode. Will not play video from sd card and will not switch to record video

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Panasonic NV-DS27 - "playback blank"

try to clean the video head using a blank new tape and fast forward it 5 times if needed...dont use a video cassette cleaner it will ruin your video head...

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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SOURCE: JVC Digital Video Camera GR-DVL107E

Assuming you don't see any video through the viewfinder, it could be that the CCD has died on that camcorder. It happens, though not frequently.

If the video though the viewfinder is clear, there might be some sensor on the lens ring to indicate a lens cap, or an automatic lens cap not properly disengaging when put in record mode. 

Posted on Jan 21, 2008

Anonymous

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SOURCE: Is there any way to record a video onto the sd card instead of tape?

You can't. SD card is only to take images in this camera.

Posted on Dec 23, 2008

kram26

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SOURCE: blue lines appear across screen during video playback.

Hi,

thank you for choosing Fixya.com.

it seems that some parts in your Cam are Dirty.
please try to use the head cleaner disk first.
let me know if any changes happen.

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Posted on Mar 03, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: micro sd card mp4 video says " playback error"

i'm still trying to figure out the best quality of video the best format i found so far to work is MPEG4 of .3gp

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The picture that I posted shows a TZ3 mode dial. I added a blue arrow to point out an icon on the mode dial.
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