Some notable specs are TBC/DNR (NR can't be turned of seperately from TBC) and Image Stabilizer (cannot be used same time with TBC). I will add more details later if I have time - if you need to know something in particular please ask.
The unit is like new. I bought it new and it was not used except for few times. It has less than 1 hour of drum time and comes in original packaging which will be wrapped in a bigger cardboard box with damping materials. Included is remote controller, english manual and coax cable. From the look of the picture without TBC I think it may need slight calibration using test tape. This is quite cheap operation to do. It might be that this 7000 series mechanism just is like that and relies on the TBC(?).
I can post sample captures if needed. I'm very busy with work until xmas - please be patient.
Ask for s&h quote to your area. Item is located in Finland.
Odd. I notice yours is a 220-240V only model. Mine was the full range worldwide, 120-240V, and it only requires a plug shape adapter to be used in North America. No matter, a cheap $15 voltage converter fixes that issue, nothing for a buyer to worry about.
I've always been satisfied with this machine. Good for PAL VHS playback.
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