Your "Some thoughts on the Sony DCR-TRV350 Digital8 Handycam" article was helpful, but I'm afriad I'm such a beginner that I didn't get full use from information provided. I would appreciate links to "how to" for beginners. I'm a classroom teacher with limited time. I need to record in my classroom. The school has provided a Sony Handycam Digital 8 with NO instructions, no advice, no medium with which to save images, etc. All I can do right now is record images, and hope that nothing important happens, because I will, shortly, need to rewind and record new images over the ones stored. Any feedback or advice, or even a good link would be greatly appreciated.
Other codes on the camera mean little to me, since the camera on a tripod simply appeared in my room without so much as a product manual: Sony Handycam Digital 8, 990X Digital Zoom, DCR TRV 260 NTCS
What looks to me like output ports are at the front of the camera. I assume they are for sending the image to a computer. My 5 year old Gateway may not have the hardware required to transfer the images to a CD. IT also came without any training, information, documentation, or comment. Thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 07:29:42 -0700
Stark, it's easy to get an instruction manual for Sony products. Sony places all of the Sony product manuals online for downloading at Sony eSupport.
Just type in the model number of your camcorder (DCR-TRV260) in the lower right hand corner of Sony eSupport page and click "GO". Click on "Manuals/Specs/Warranty". Then click on "Camera Operations Guide".
Start with the operations guide. It will help you with everything else you read.
Wed, 21 Sep 2005 10:03:13 -0700
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