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8 cm dvd disks where to buy?

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by thfccambs, Sep 17, 2003.

  1. thfccambs

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    Just brought the hitachi DZMV 350 dvd camcorder from crampton moore on ebay.I was wondering where the best place is to buy the 8cm disks.Prc direct have them for £53. for 5 delivered,is there any where cheaper?If anyone is after one of these camcorders crampton moore have at least 1 a week on ebay.I got mine for £550 delivered they have sold some for around £490.
     
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    £2.99 for DVD-R and £8 for the Ram
    They have come down quite a bit since the last time i checked.
    www.cdr-by-mail.co.uk
     
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    I was going to by some but did not get the secure padlock.
    The web sight says......

    Credit Card Security

    Our shopping cart software incorporates a 1024 bit model that encrypts credit card details within the browser on the buyer's PC. The details are only decrypted after they reach our computer. This means that your credit card details are not held in clear text on any web site or during transit across the internet.

    The security model employs an encryption standard called Diffie-Hellman, which is a public-key algorithm for key exchange, and is widely used on the Internet.

    This method of encryption is the most secure model available today and is approved by the High Street Banks.


    The site comes up with it's own page with a padlock but i'ts the first time i have gone to buy something and not got the secure server.
    The site has been there for a while,has anyone else used it.
     
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    cheers for that link m8,just phoned up and ordered 10,ghreat price just hope they work fine.
     
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    Ordered mine yesterday (thus) at 4:30 pm and got them today (fri) at 11.30 am.
    Now thats what i call service.
    It was recored delivery at £2.98
    And the discs work great.

    DVDCAM:smashin:
     
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    Hambone which dvd cam do you have?
     
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    DZ-MV230E
    Last years model,which is much bigger than the current models.
    I have had it since june or july last year.
    The caddys are a different shape for the new models so you will have to put the disc in the caddy supplied with your camera.
    The discs are the same just a dirrerent caddy from yours.
    I only tried out the ram disc as i keep the DVD-Rs for editing on the PC.
    I have used DVD-Rs in the camera when my Rams were full on holiday but at £8 a disc not anymore.
     

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