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Edit S-VHS vcr

Discussion in 'Digital TV & Video Players & Recorders' started by niccam, Dec 20, 2003.

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    hi everybody does anyone know of a good panasonic edit vcr with TBC and the 5 pin edit socket. The new one Panasonic 930 has the TBC but know mention of the 5 pin lanc socket need a price and where to get one. Thank you
     
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    Hi, seem to have drawn a blank here about info on svhs vcr does anyone have any good svhs vcr for sale ? Thank you
     
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    Keep an eye on Ebay...there was a Panasonic NVSF90 sold on there last week for about £60. An oldie but goodie...I know, I have one..:D

    Edit..PANASONIC SVHS HS950 EDITING VCR on Ebay NOW..2 hours to go, currently at £127..

    Item number: 3066819278
     
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    Guess you missed that one??? It went for £187....:suicide:
     
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    Cheers Johndm, I saw it but know joy but thanks for the info,Yors niccam
     
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    I've got a Panasonic NVHD 700 Edit Deck vcr. It is only VHS (but high-end VHS) - we're talking top quality - £800 new.

    It has a built in edit controller, where you mark start and end points of different scenes you want copied. The 700 takes care of operating the other camcorder/vcr - rewinding, fast forwarding etc via the 5 pin edit terminal.

    This machine was only used over a short period at our old house and only ever played the odd bought film (it was the no2 vcr in our lounge and sat with my hifi seperates). The regular vcr sat under the telly.

    This model was bought purely because of it's VHS quality and it's appearence - it looked like a hifi seperate, and fitted in very nicely with the other seperates. The whole front of the machine folds down to reveal the jog/shuttle dial and edit conrols. When folded up, there is a plain front with just several leds on it.

    The machine is in it's original box with accs/instructions and has been up in the loft for the last 4 1/2 years. It is still in brand-new condition.
     
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    Thanks Simon1 but svhs is what I need with edit and TBC, yours niccam
    PS. what price are you asking as it could be used for coping my work Hence svhs to keep the quality up
     
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    £150
     
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    Hi Simon1 I can see where your coming from on the price off the vcr but its too dear as I can buy a new svhs one for the same money but thanks anyway. Maybe somebody out there might buy it off you yours niccam.
     

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