Here you go sorry no video
not necessarily a complete list but a good start
following here is a mix of SMD caps and radial aluminum electrolytics
5-3 VIDEO (MAIN) SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM PG 50
C3031 ECEAGJU331B 6V330 ECEAOJKA101
5-36 ANALOG Y/C SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
50V 3R3 330009
16V 10(b) C30010
16v 10uf c300012
16v 10 c30014
16v 10 c30020
50v 1(B) c30027
6v 100 c30031
25v 4R7(B) c30033
50v R22 c30037
6v 100 c30039
16v 22(C) c30062
6v 47uf(C) c30070
5-22 HEAD AMP SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
C502 6V 47/EKA
c501 6v 22/EKA
C555 6V 220 ECEAOJPK221I
C558 6V 47 ECEAOJPK4701
5-21 INPUT/OUTPUT SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
C3986 6v 22 /EKA
c3692 6v 22/EKA
c3918 6v 22
c3913 16v 47EKA
C3921 6V 100eka
5-9 VIDEO CONTROL SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
I am also tooling up for a cap replacement endeavor on a panasonic vcr. This one is an AG-1980 is a EBAY
In the last sentence the word find may be considered the punch line.
Here is the way I am doing it.
Looked through the schematic and make note of all electrolytics that you might need. I compared that against the pars list and also against a visual inventory from the boards themselves and ordered about $60 worth of caps way more than I hope I will need. In most cases I ordered qty of 10 or 25 each for price break. The Idea is to have all the stuff I need when it goes in for surgery. Caps not used will go into stock in my vintage electronics repair shop that is opening third quarter of 2017. Most of the little SMD caps wont get used in vintage electronic but the small conventional aluminum radial electrolytics will.
Have on hand an ESD temp controlled soldering station (mine also has hot air), decent solder wick, tweezers, solder tweezers, solder sucker, Flux. I chose the flux you need to clean off vs the no clean type. Have a big magnifying light and something to hold the small boards as you work on them.
Watch several you tube videos on SMD soldering and desoldering.
Practice on some similar boards which are not too important, I have been working on two B&K oscilliscopes that are failed. Believe it or not they have caps leaking their guts out also. I have to get a feel for the temps on my iron and hot air solder melter.
Utilize an ESR type in circuit capacitor tester and also have a capacitor tester on hand to check the new caps going in and the satisfaction of proving the ones you pulled out are bad. It is my opinion that it is worth targeting bad caps detected in circuit and doing replacement first before doing wholesale replacement. It is entirely possible to induce problems in the circuit boards due to solder blobs, circuit board pad and run damage, heat etc while changing caps. less disruption the better.
Photograph boards before and after as a memory aid. polarity and values in correct location.
(I have an ace in the hole in the form of a newer 100 mhz digital scope which I can verify some basics like power supply ripple/noise and follow the signal flow to localize problem areas.)
on my want list.
NTSC pattern signal generator may be able to use a recording of a pattern for signal tracing as a workaround.
Real from the factory paper copy service manual in color if it is available so far no luck will have to work with pdf copy that I enlarge and tape together.
Let me know how your project works out cabrower. My machine is starting out with a dark barely recognizable picture and the tbc clears up the sync but makes the picture even darker.