Hello, I am once again turning to the great people of this forums!
I have a HDD camera (Panasonic SDR-H200) that has 30gb of internal memory.
The camera no longer supports power. Whether I plug in the battery or the a/c adapter, it won't turn on. Sent it to Panasonic and they can't repair it because they don't have any parts.
I still have videos on the internal memory. For some reason, I can't find any information on what kind of memory the inside of the camera uses.
I plan on taking apart the camera and removing the memory to connect to my computer.
Does anyone know if it's SD, Compact Flash, Sata, IDE, or some other kind? Or is there a way to recover my videos without taking apart the camera?
Thanks in advance for all your help!
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it's got a small hard drive in it. whether ide sata or custom cable you won't know until you get it out.--
"a lot of people are better dead" - prisoner KSC2-303
Thank you for your response. At least I know it has something in it and not just some random concoction of unusable flash memory. Thank you very much!
Turns out it's a 1.8 micro sata. The one type of memory that I don't already have an adapter for. Go figure.!
Thanks again for your help!
Last edited by cynikalhedonist; 1st Oct 2010 at 15:45.