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10-11-2021, 01:44 PM
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Hello,

I'm looking for PAL Canon camcorder hi8 with internal TBC.
I can't find any information about TBC on PAL canon hi8 camcorder, does that exists ?

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It pretty much Sony was the leader in the format they created, I doubt you will find any better camcorder than a decent Sony one. The've gotten little more expensive lately due to a surge in capturing but you can still find one with broken camera side for reasonable price if the tape playback is the only feature desired.

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10-12-2021, 05:16 AM
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I'll advise Sony too if this is what you desire.

Based purely on my camcorder pile, Sony's seem to last considerably better than Canon models. I'm a Canon camera nut, but I don't think I'd invest in an old videotape camcorder from them!
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10-12-2021, 06:02 AM
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thanks for your advice, I already have a sony but I want to try something with a canon, preferably with tbc, do you know if there's any canon model with tbc ?
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10-13-2021, 09:29 AM
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The Canon A1DIgital, L1 and L2 included digital DSP on playback that provided a sort of TBC effect (at least in the NTSC versions). They had a 1/2 inch sensor, and could produce a good image back in the 1990s. However, these camcorders tended to develop what appear to be capacitor issues over time. They are now over 25 years old and I would be surprised if you can find one that works well.
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