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Advice needed for DVD/VHS recorder

by geekymom / March 4, 2007 1:52 PM PST

Howdy everyone,
I've read the reviews on DVD/VHS recorders but am a bit confused. I need to transfer my old VHS tapes over to DVD and my 8mm Video Cassettes as well. I need a system that I can plug my camcorder into the DVD recorder and transfer my video over to the DVD's. Once on the DVD's I intend on using them on my computer to make home movies.
Making home movies isn't new territory for me, but getting the home videos onto a DVD is. I need a good quality system, and something that will accommodate all my video recording needs. Advice please? Many thanks.

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VHS-DVD recorder combos $150~300.
by jcrobso / March 6, 2007 12:10 AM PST

All of them will copy VHS to DVD and using the video inputs record that to the DVD. Some will also have DVR function using DVD-RAM, but they are the $250+ ones.
I have a very nice Panasonic was $289 at Costco.
Just look at the C-net reviews. John

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Thanks.
by geekymom / March 12, 2007 12:27 PM PDT

Thanks John, I appreciate the advice. I'll brush up on those reviews.

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