Question about Panasonic AG-DVC15 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
During recording the camera shuts off. It doesn't shut down, it just turns itself off. It will turn back on again, but it is big problem while recording. It's a recent problem. It's happened three times now, all at different locations while recording depositions. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks! - Vanessa
What is the age of the camera and how well used are the batteries? are you recording from battery or from power cable? The only things you can do are make sure the battery and power is good and make sure the recording media is good. With that in mind if the camera is older than 5 years, they have a battery inside the case that you cannot change. This battery keeps the date and time in memory and when it looses charge, the camera has to be sent in for repairs.
Posted on Dec 23, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Panasonic PV-DV203
the reel sensor is the problem of your camera...most of that problem is a poor connection of reel sensor to the main board socket or connector....it is need to be service now your camera...
Posted on Sep 09, 2007
SOURCE: my camera is panasonic nv-ds29
if that is happen and when you eject the tape there are some tape left...open the camera and unplugged the capstan motor wiring to the socket and put it back again....to make sure it last solder it to the circuit board..please don't attempt to do this if you are not a technician ok...
Posted on Sep 14, 2007
SOURCE: Panasonic PV-DV203
I had the same problem and took the camera into a Panasonic certified repair shop. They did a thorough cleaning, then said something was broken in the tape function and it would cost $300+ to fix it. I declined to have it fixed, but the cleaning seems to have done the trick, because it's been working fine ever since (even though the repair guy assured me that was not the problem and I needed to go for the more expensive fix)! I did read online that a good cleaning was a potential fix for the problem, and it seems to have worked! I wasn't able to achieve the same results with my own cleaning cassette, I think it really had to be taken apart and cleaned thoroughly, which could probably be done by any camera repair shop. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
SOURCE: DEW DETECTED / EJECT TAPE
My panasonic model # DV203D displays the Error Message DEW DETECTED. I thought after several years of storage surely the message would have disappeared, but much to my disappointment it is still Detecting Dew? What genius came up with that error message. Please Help
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
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