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  • in reply to: Help with audio problems (in Adobe) #198914
    in reply to: Anybody own a Panasonic HDC-TM700? Need Help. #198143

    Hi guys. I got the
    Panasonic HDC-TM700 and am having a problem with it. I recall a few people here have one and love
    it, so Im hoping you could help. I read
    the instruction book and searched online but I cant seem to find anybody with
    my specific problem so Im trying to find out if there is something wrong with

    Basically Ive used it twice now, recording to the HDD at the
    60p frame rate and everything else is on auto.
    The first time while i was recording for a while (about 20-30 mins) it popped
    up a message on the screen. I forget
    what the exact message said, but it was something about DATA Processing, and it
    took about 5 minutes for it to go away and then allowed me to record
    again. That was frustrating b/c I missed
    a lot of shots i needed. Then yesterday
    I put it on a tripod to record a 30 minute ceremony, i pressed record,
    confirmed it was recording and walked away.
    I didnt turn it off until the ceremony was over 30 minutes later (so i
    dont know if there was any messages). I
    connected the camera to my computer and pulled the files off from the camera

    The first thing i
    noticed was instead of the ceremony being one 30 minute file, it was broken up
    into 3 files. When i played it back on
    my pc, the first file was 18 minutes, the second file is 5 minutes (and there
    is a 3 second gap in the video), the last file is only 3 minutes (with another
    3 min gap) and then the last 5 minutes of the ceremony are missing.

    I am very frustrated with this and dont know why its
    happening. If you could offer any help
    or advice id really appreciate it.

    in reply to: Accessories for Panasonic HDC-TM700? #200357

    Thanks masterjoint. Do you have a link to the type of lens adapter? I googled it, but see a lot of conflicting recommendations on what to get. Id rather ask somebody who owns one or at least that i can reply to like you. Basically I know i want to end up with a wide angle lens so your saying I would need a lens adapter and lens correct?

    in reply to: Help with prosumer purchase, please. #200262

    Hi XTR-91, well i an open to sugestions. What would be a good camera in the 4000 price range?

    in reply to: Help with prosumer purchase, please. #200260

    Hi doublehamm

    I saw your post, and checked out that cam already. I did also want more manual control as well as a professional looking cam. I also heard lots of bad things about the Sony AX2000, plus im not a huge Sony fan. You said under 3000 doesnt have a lot of options. What would be the cheapest (above 3000) you would recommend?

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