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1. Forget the VHS-C adapters. Unless it's a powered unit (example: JVC CP7U), it's probably not any good, and will give you problems. Worse yet, many VCRs will "eat" VHS-C tapes -- even professional decks! Instead, you can simply repack VHS-C tapes into normal VHS tape shells. Yes, it takes a little bit of effort, but you also avoid risk associated with the 'C' format of VHS tapes.

Video8 / Hi8


DV / Digital81.


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