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DVD Recorder/DV advice

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by speedy_gonzales, Mar 19, 2003.

  1. speedy_gonzales

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    I'm planning on buying a DVD recorder soon, within a month, and am still wondering on which format to buy. Read a lot on -r & +r but my main query is in regard to DV or i-link. My new recorder will be used to capture Digital Camcorder footage and so I would like a recorder with a DV input, but the preferred recorders, Panasonics, don't seem to support this, or at least the ones I've seen. Any advice guys & gals?
     
  2. Ragnar1976

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    I may be wrong, but I think I read somewhere that the new Panasonic DMR-E60 will have a I-Link socket, I believe that's the difference between the DMR-E50 & the E60.
     
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    You should go for the E60, which is part of the new range of Panny models.
     
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    The Panasonic HS2 has a link for a camcorder, records automatically to the hard drive if it can remotely operate the camera. You can then edit the video and burn to a dvd-r, or store it temporarily on the hard drive or on a dvd-ram.

    Works fine with my JVC camcorder
     

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