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Kevin C.
Forwarding and rewinding a new tape
on Oct 29, 2005 at 10:59:31 pm

It was recently recommended to do this. I got a dedicated little rewinder for mini DV. Would this be just as good to do on that than with the camcorder? thanks!



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Thax
Re: Forwarding and rewinding a new tape
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on Nov 13, 2005 at 1:17:55 pm

Yes, it will do exactly as much good as doing it in the camcorder (which to me is, "Not much good.")


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Kevin C.
Re: Forwarding and rewinding a new tape
on Nov 14, 2005 at 3:03:47 am

thanks Thax. I guess this is another urban myth?



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kdawg
Re: Forwarding and rewinding a new tape
on Nov 26, 2005 at 7:42:00 pm

I burned up a couple of camcorders a number of years ago from trying to edit to a vcr. rewinding and fastforwarding was a major cause of it. Remember its always the moving parts on anything that wear out quick. I will take no chances on using the camera motor more than necessary. 30 bucks for a rewinder is a small amount to pay for my paranoia.



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