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A/V in and out on Sony Camcorders

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by lurcher, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. lurcher

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    Hi,
    Any one with a Sony that has a/v i/o can explain to me how the sytem works and with what cables/remote signals.

    I am trying to acheive the following,
    Record to a/v in from bullet camera then replay from a/v out to monitor. Any lead swopping involved ? Is there one port for both signals ? Is it just commands from a remote ?

    NB. Not got this equipment yet.

    Thanks
     
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    It's one port, depending on the model of cam you go for:

    cosumer: Y/C & composite (using S-Video port & phono port, sometimes on a 3.5 mini jack lead)

    pro: Component, Y/C & Composite (using either BNC or phono & S-Video)

    You record in VCR mode not Camera mode, so make sure that your bullet cam gives a LINE level audio out.

    You can remote record via infrared & sometimes LANC remote, depends on exact model of cam & controller
     
  3. lurcher

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    Roy ,
    Thanks for the quick response. Prob something along the lines of the HC32E I was thinking of.
    So I would have to remove av in lead and replace with av out to monitor to instantly review footage ?
     
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    fraid so, it can only be input or output at one time, not both.
     

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