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11-12-2011, 08:15 AM
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Hi !!

I am not expert. I need to trasfer several old videotapes VHS (PAL) in DVD. I would like to buy one of these two machine: (used machine)

Panasonic VCR S- VHS NV HS 1000 EGC or
Panasonic VCR S-VHS NV FS 200 EG

Both have the TBC , DNR and the function Picture control ....right ?? can someone let me know which is better ???
I hope someone can help me..(sorry my english.) Sangia
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Neither is "better" -- I'd suggest both machines perform about the same.

If you truly only have "several" old VHS tapes, consider a reputable video transfer services instead.
Overall costs would be less for the project. I hate to see people spend money on all of this hardware for just a handful of videos.

And your English was fine.

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