Sony CCD-TRV68 Hi8 Camcorder Review and Specs
Camcorder media type:Hi8, Video8 20x optical and 460x digital zoom lens with image stabilization; 2.5-inch camera display Viewfinder type:LCD and Viewfinder color support black and white Includes 1 Li-ion rechargeable battery Includes A/V cable; includes a number of special effects and faders for custom creations
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3 thoughts on “Sony CCD-TRV68 Hi8 Camcorder Review”
Ours didn’t work.Holding up better than the Funai combo VHS player It was as described, but tracking is off, making it less than ideal for copying tapes decent for an old machine Great camera…we were looking for a Hi8 camcorder and have been very pleased.The first camera arrived and didn’t work properly.Unfortunately no cables but no big deal.It kept ejecting the tapes.Thank you[/review2][review3] I am so sorry , but I have been desapointed because they told me it was in a good condition but the product does not work properly .However I was able to contact DSB electronics and they exchanged my Sony CCD-TRV68 for a Sony DCR-TRV350 within the week! I bought a used one of these from Dynamite Deals.The Sony camera is great and we will recommend to my client.replaces nearly identical one I have had for years, which unfortunately decided to stop working.00 Love this camera.I wanted an inexpensive model that could handle my 20 year old non-digital tapes for transfer and editing.
thanks so much for your provided service… it was exactly what I was looking for & needed to resolve an issue I had.I have used this poor camera tirelessly over the last 8 years and it has never failed to work properly for me.Works great.I had a remote on my previous Sony, and it was invaluable in editing my tapes to VHS.–had a hard time getting my video back too- The lesson to be learned to just pay a video transfer service to get those 8 mm videos onto DVD.It would no longer record properly.This happened with our first camera, but you could see the video but there was no sound-also the amplifier.I finally committed to buying one with a less than $400 budget.Lots of features, reasonably priced.This only came to my attention when I received the camcorder from the owner who supplied a letter stating that this was a good buy even though the recording capabilities no longer worked.