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Welche DV Cassette für meinen Camcorder / Cassettenwechsel ?

Which DV tape for my camcorder / cassette change?



Frage von bongo:
September 2005

I spent the last 4 years with a JVC DV camcorder filmed.
Initially, I used SonyDVM60 ME tapes, until one day I asked a seller of was whether I had for a Sony camera. He told me later that these tapes should be used exclusively for Sony cameras, as other camcorder would be damaged.
So I switched to TDK DVM60 ME, until one day they were no longer on the shelf.
Then follow now the Panasonic DVM60 ME tapes.
In recent months I had regular problems with the video head. After about 30min. Recording was both 'displays Head Cleaning Required', and the cleaning cassette was my constant companion.
I then read somewhere once that in a DV camcorder, only one and the same type of tape from the same manufacturer may be used, otherwise mixed together by alternating between brands of tape of the band will wear, creating a removable coating is no longer arises on the head drum.
Meanwhile, reports of a mechanical defect in my camera, so I bought me a new one.
This time it's a Sony.
I now stand before the (s) question (s):

- What kind of tapes to use?
- Do I really have to use the same make?
- Should I previously used tapes, the recording if I no longer need, throw away, or I can safely reuse it in new camcorder?

Is there an expert here in the forum about this topic?



Antwort von improduktion:

exactly synonymous takes me wonder!
synonymous but have heard about it.



Antwort von rtzbild:

"bongo" wrote:

I spent the last 4 years with a JVC DV camcorder filmed.
Initially, I used SonyDVM60 ME tapes, until one day I asked a seller of was whether I had for a Sony camera. He told me later that these tapes should be used exclusively for Sony cameras, as other camcorder would be damaged.


Hello bongo,

after consultation with our first camera, the mischief, which he filmed with the "what is there" and its XL1 would have to be broken for years, because-apart from his camera fly-around all possible locations, where many more are lurking dangers that would than a few particles of a band.

"bongo" wrote:

So I switched to TDK DVM60 ME, until one day they were no longer on the shelf.
Then follow now the Panasonic DVM60 ME tapes.


Yes, good stuff, buy our Cheffe always synonymous.
So far no problems in production, no errors when recording with a minicam and capture with another.

"bongo" wrote:

In recent months I had regular problems with the video head. After about 30min. Recording was both 'displays Head Cleaning Required', and the cleaning cassette was my constant companion.


Possibly. times during cleaning service?

Our technicians said, the head drum, probably would have passed, but would s.Bandmaterial, but natural wear and tear.

"bongo" wrote:

I then read somewhere once that in a DV camcorder, only one and the same type of tape from the same manufacturer may be used, otherwise mixed together by alternating between brands of tape of the band will wear, creating a removable coating is no longer arises on the head drum.


Yes, and French cars with more fuel Carburettant TOTAL-o)

"bongo" wrote:

Meanwhile, reports of a mechanical defect in my camera, so I bought me a new one.
This time it's a Sony.


VX-2100?
Congratulations: o)

"bongo" wrote:

I now stand before the (s) question (s):

- What kind of tapes to use?
- Do I really have to use the same make?
- Should I previously used tapes, the recording if I no longer need, throw away, or I can safely reuse it in new camcorder?


PANA-DV is ok, cheap and quite stable.
We use those things every day and we used it, ALWAYS start only at 2 minutes with the recording, so the band is top-tightens the rewind with the time used outside the area. Works fine: o))

"bongo" wrote:

Is there an expert here in the forum about this topic?


Yes, most people here: o)

BTW: Haste the old JVC yet, to give the games from?

Gruß Olli
* VX-2100-Fan *








Antwort von jens:

"bongo" wrote:

- What kind of tapes to use?
- Do I really have to use the same make?


These 's were some discussions here:
This contribution Jens



Antwort von Jan:

Hello you,

There was not even a circular of JVC with the Recommendation no Sony Premium's packed into a JVC camcorder? I think I remember them easily, but is a little bit ago (about Panasonic, TDK, Emtec, or Fuji tapes were told nothing)
That a permanent change of 1 weeks TDK, Emtec 2 weeks, 3 weeks Fuji, Sony Premium 4 weeks is not necessarily healthy, I think.

But it is striking how often have very early and found the JVC camcorders use Sony Premiums or have permanently changed for me with the service stood.
I eventually asked how much you shoot, when the last cleaning cartridge was due or what you like to use tapes.
Oddly, of every 2 people is - Sony premium.

Everyone can relate their opinion.
There are so camera men / women every day to film a number of tapes that I would be your opinion, are interested though, the question is whether the same with a professional camera, or 400 ¬ Camera as true.

LG

January



Antwort von Markus:

Hi All,

MiniDV tapes are at the ZDF-type Sony Premium unofficial in-house standard for DVCAM cameras (a camera mate works there, so the info). Only in JVC cameras are being used (these coincide with the info of Jan).

Professionals are waiting to have their equipment and replace wear parts, before they cause an outage. Sure has an effect synonymous, regardless of the mixing operations with different bands. Sometime just drives require regular cleaning. Amateur filmmakers to have their equipment always so long cleaning-and maintenance-free run until no visible faults or failures occur. ;-)



Antwort von bongo:

may be that this entry appears twice, but since he has still not surfaced after almost 1 hour, I write it again ...

the only way for the info:

it was (or still is) a jvc dvl107.
am still playing around a little ding and keep yourself s.den innereien. sorry!

have thus received approximately 40 hours, which included playing on the pc about 80h operating results. 1000euro purchase price would then be recording at about 12.50/betriebsstunde or 25.-/stunde.

The tapes were in fact the sony's premium.
somebody has an explanation why they are especially dangerous for the camera?
I want them now in the new sony camera (incidentally, is a HC19, they want to be able rumtragen ;-) recycle, or throw it better?



Antwort von Markus:

Speculation: In my information from (no idea what the source, the dates) will be Sony tapes soft, ie, they leave behind in the drive belt more abrasion. Purified the drive regularly, you experience any problems.

Other brands and bands are to be harder to rub off by itself is not so strong. For this they wear out the video heads mechanically stronger, making the life of the tape drive will be reduced.

Is that true? - Anyone who has other information or explanations?

"Bongo" wrote:
may be that this entry appears twice, but since he has still not surfaced after almost 1 hour, I write it again ...

Posts always appear immediately after you send them. Perhaps there is something wrong ...?!



Antwort von mclach:

"Markus" wrote:
Hi All,

MiniDV tapes are at the ZDF-type Sony Premium unofficial in-house standard for DVCAM cameras


even what the older post but .. currently set for me ....

to the Fragger: these are the tapes?
http://cgi.ebay.de/25-Sony-Mini- DV Tapes-Premium DVM-60-NEW-OVP_W0QQitemZ5815938864QQcategoryZ31180QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem



Antwort von rschultze:

I can only advise not to use a cheap DV tapes. The cheap in the ZDF Sony cassettes are standard, might be a rumor. The pros already use high-quality material.
I have good experiences with SonyDVM60EX2 (Sony Excellence), with DVCam tapes of Sony (PDVM-40N), but synonymous with prof. DC-cassettes of Panasonic made. It is always recommended to stay with a tape mark. This experience from the time of Oxidbänder synonymous applies to the metallized tapes.
Problems I know of synonymous TDK-DV tapes.
So the tape does not necessarily save material, which is just expensive.



Antwort von Markus:

"rschultze" wrote:
The cheap in the ZDF Sony cassettes are standard, might be a rumor.

Sony Premium will find use in DVCAM equipment. I can confirm to you.



Antwort von AndreasBloechl:

Synonymous, I think that the problem with the JVC is synonymous occurred again and again simply because other tapes were used. I think if he had always remained in premium would still run super Cam.









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