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MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands all

MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands; Panasonic, (ID = 2185896) Misc MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands; Panasonic, (ID = 2185897) Misc
MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands; Panasonic, (ID = 2185898) Misc MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands; Panasonic, (ID = 2185899) Misc
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MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands; Panasonic, (ID = 2185896) Misc
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For model MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands all, Panasonic, Matsushita, National ナショナル (also tubes); Osaka
 
Country:  Japan
Manufacturer / Brand:  Panasonic, Matsushita, National ナショナル (also tubes); Osaka
Year: 1995 Category: Miscellaneous (Other, Various) - see notes
Wave bands - without
Details Special Tape or Cassette-Format
Power type and voltage No Power needed
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: MiniDV Cassette DVM DVC various brands [all] - Panasonic, Matsushita,
Material Various materials
Dimensions (WHD) 68 x 43 x 10 mm / 2.7 x 1.7 x 0.4 inch
Notes

Mini DV Cassette for digital recording and playback.

This page is for all Mini DV labeled type Video Cassette tapes.
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History (taken from Wikipedia):

DV is a format for storing digital video. It was launched in 1995 with joint efforts of leading producers of video camera recorders.

The original DV specification, known as Blue Book, was standardized within the IEC 61834 family of standards. These standards define common features such as physical videocassettes, recording modulation method, magnetization, and basic system data in part 1. Part 2 describes the specifics of 525-60 and 625-50 systems.[1] The IEC standards are available as publications sold by IEC and ANSI.

In 2003,[2] DV was joined by a successor format HDV, which used the same tape format with a different video codec. Some cameras at the time had the ability to switch between DV and HDV recording modes.

All tape-based video formats are becoming increasingly obsolete as tapeless HD cameras recording on memory cards, hard-disk drives, and optical discs have become the norm, although the DV encoding standard is sometimes still used in tapeless cameras.

Small cassettes, also known as S-size or MiniDV cassettes, had been intended for amateur use, but have become accepted in professional productions as well. MiniDV cassettes are used for recording baseline DV, DVCAM, and HDV. Each tape holds about 13 GB for one hour of video.[17]

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 0.1 kg / 0 lb 3.5 oz (0.22 lb)

Model page created by Edoardo Sigismondo. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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