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Multi-Format Decks? and just Formats?!?

I understand that there are decks out there that play a bunch of tape formats. I am starting a small biz and need to be able to view MiniDV, DV, 8mm and what ever else is common. Any ideas???

While I have you .... I do not need to know what are the most common formats for sale today but what are the formats that have the biggest comsumer base at this time... any ideas?


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