I have borrowed a friend's Sony Hanycam Hi 8 camera to transfer all our old 8mm films to video.My problem is that although the pictures are sharp, all the highlights are "burnt out"-just peak white,with the appearanch of a worn TV tube.I have a 100 watt bulb in the projector, and have tried to redce the light output by varous means,without success.Using the Backlight control on the camera,or the Bright Beach/Snow setting is equally unsuccessful. Setting the exposure manally results in a picture that flicks on and off. I am at my wits end, and wonder if I need a Neutral Density filter to reduce the projector output. If you have any ideas, I will be eternally grateful,as my friend will want his camera back for Christmas!I should mention that the camlink is a device whereby you aim the projevtor from one side, and a mirror inside deflects the image to another window where you place the camera. Many thanks, Ron.