Yes those two teams love to flop when it counts.
my home videos are on cassettes not VHS tapes. Does anyone know how to convert them into something modern like cd's (also I need an opinion on whats better to convert the tapes into; cd's, sd card, my phone, etc so that I can continue watching them in the future).
I have a bunch of mini digital videocassettes made by Sony. I lost the camera years ago and I have no idea where to find the right camera, or how to convert the tapes, or even what video player I can get. Any help?
The tapes say "SONY Premium Digital Videocassette, Mini DV, DVM60 [ME] 60 LP:90"
I have a Zoom H1 microphone and an Insignia lapel microphone. When I plug the Insignia into the Zoom H1 line in, I am not able to record the sound. Does anyone know how to fix this?
I have blank VHS tapes and I d like to find a camera that I can pop one of the tapes into and record straight onto it. Does this exist? I don t want to go through the hassle of transferring footage but rather do it all in one go. Thanks.
I want to get an action camera to capture the highlights of my Orlando trip with my husband in September.
I have been scouring the internet for the best fit for this purpose and I’ve hit a brick wall. I was wondering if any action camera fans or those who have used action cameras on holidays could help me...
I need it to provide proof footage of abuse and neglect in a mental health facility and show it to the higher ups from administration office so we can fire the current staff.
If the system came with an receiving antenna you need to experiment with moving it around. I had to fiddle with my wireless 2.4Ghz security cameras and the antenna a bit to get them to work consistently. You also probably can buy an extension cable to allow the antenna to be closer to the cameras. It all comes...
An "analog/digital converter" or "capture card".
I use https://smile.amazon.com/Elgato-Video-Ca...
Blackmagic Design makes a good converter in its "Shuttle" line.
You are describing a wireless lavaliere mic (sometimes called a "lapel" mic because they come with a clip for a lapel or collar rather than taped to skin.
The lavaliere is connected using a thin wire to a battery powered transmitter. The transmitter sends the audio signal, wirelessly, to a base station....
Pictures taken in low light look way better.
Not worth the trouble.
You can get approximately the same results with standard 8mm (rather than Hi8)
or you could shoot in HD (MiniDV or even a new model of today) and downres in editing.