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  • VHS-C tapes were just a mini version ot a full sized VHS deck.

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  • This allowed VHS-C tapes to be played in a full sized tape adapter.

    Sony Ccd Camera | Surveillance

  • Thus, 8mm has a big lead over VHS-C, PCs have triumphed over the Mac, and VHS has overwhelmed Beta.

    The Rule of Three

  • Typically at most two platforms can survive in the broad market: VHS & Beta for video recorders, VHS-C and 8mm for camcorders, PAL and NTSC for television broadcasts, CDMA and GSM for wireless telephony, PC and Mac for personal computing.

    The Rule of Three

  • VHS to VHS-C to 8 mm to mini-DV to DVD to now Blu-ray.

    The Seattle Times

  • * Capture from DV, HDV and Digital8 camcorders or VCRs (requires a FireWire┬« port) * Capture from analog camcorders, 8 mm, HI 8, VHS, SVHS, VHS-C, SVHS-C, or VCRs

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  • VHS-C, the same, assuming that you have the adapter.

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  • It was later directly transferred from VHS-C to Mini-DV tape using two camcorders.

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  • It was originally shot using a VHS-C camcorder about 10 years ago.

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  • Notable variants were VHS-C, which used a smaller cassette, and Super VHS, which had improved audio and video (420 lines of resolution).

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