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01-12-2021, 05:31 AM
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I've seen this player listed quite a bit in Japan.

Is this player decent and does it have an English equivalent?

Does it have a TBC? What kind of playback quality wold I expect from it?

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01-12-2021, 06:41 AM
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I have an NV-FJ700 (not SVHS) which performs very well, but as usual, "condition, condition, condition" applies.
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01-12-2021, 10:34 AM
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Judging by some quick googling it looks like it's from around 1990, doesn't look like it has a TBC, and apparently approved by George Lucas?:
https://twitter.com/tas66dc/status/1...862144/photo/3
NV-FS700.jpg
Doesn't seem to have any exact western analogues, though based on Age and look I would guess it would be along the lines of PAL NV-FS100 and US AG1960.

Japan got a ton of crazy VCRs that were never released elsewhere.

The NV-FJ700 is a way newer model, it's not closely related.


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