Hi, i have a Panasonic NV-GS35GC camera, and i want to record my movies on the SD-Card not on the tape...any ideeas ?
Posted by GFXMihnea 5 years ago
I have recently come across a panasonic wv-vf01 crt viewfinder. i dont know the model camera it was from, but i Would like to drive it. i have already found video, i just need the voltage and pinouts. it has a 6 pin connector. and i plan on hooking the crt to my raspberry pi and show the time on it
Posted by devicemodder 5 years ago
Does anyone have the circuit for these batteries please ? There is a temp overload (bimetalic type) and also a two diode (? zener) + resistor in series that I presume identifies the pack (voltage) to the charger. I have burnt out pack that I have new cells to rebuild but not certain about the connection / values for those parts. Thanks
Posted by GeoffS15 2 years ago
Theres ANT1, ANT1_SHORT and ANT1_SGND. I thought maybe solder a cable into ANT1 only and it should work. I need to extend my phones range by a couple of meters (it says 50mts but it doesnt even gets to the 5 mts. probably due to the walls) thanks! i did find this schematics: https://philips.encompass.com/shop/model_research_docs/?file=/MSC/sm/KXTGD224N.pdf in my search. Its the TG220 one. I probably would just solder and try it but i fear i might damage it as i got no replacements
Asked by JohnnyG22 2 years ago
I am fifteen and I wanted to get one of these laptops because they are tough and i thought that they would be pretty cool. I don't want one that is meant to be used for a specific job, i just want one that would be pretty cool. maybe a touch screen? and not too pricey
Asked by yankeee7 8 years ago
Asked by tiredawg 8 years ago
I have no clue how to do it
Asked by miky19522 6 years ago
The motor worked when it was in the VCR. Now I took it out and have no clue how to get it running. The driver circuit has two main parts, an AN3826NK (which is a 28 pin IC) and a PUA 3228, along with various capacitors and what I believe is a hall effect sensor (part marked as "tf35213f3"). The brand of the VCR is Panasonic, but I don't have a model #. Can it be run again?
Asked by aeronut01 7 years ago
I am looking all over the place and can't find an Over the shoulder camcorder under $1000. definition doesn't need to be HD but an external mic input would be nice. i need a camera that looks like you know what you're doing because it feels awkward asking people questions with a dinky HD cam. if over the shoulder isn't possible anything big would be nice. anything would be nice but SD or HDD would be nice.
Asked by redsuit09 8 years ago
One day i was working on a house where i was fixing wood fibre board to the exterior of the house. i was drilling quit alot , 20-30 minutes periods over a 8 hour day. well after a few days, my Panasonic hammer drill started smelling quite unusual. like electrical burning smell. the hammer drill lost power and altough it still worked and the end was still spinning, it was pritty much unusable. i was seeing if anyone could give me any help as to what is wrong with it as im in dire need of it at the moment and i paid too much money for it just to throw it away. any help would be great. thanks
Asked by AshK10 2 years ago
I need help to find the 3 fuses in my tv so I can replace them.manufacturer says there are three of them the model # PT61HX42F100 panasonic projection. I pulled out one of them (the glass one) and took it to radioshack and it is still good. i turn the tv on and it clicks on/off and red button flashes then nothing. I was told its the fuse. How do I check the others when I dont know what they look like?
Asked by teamsigala 8 years ago
I'd like to see if i can put a wide angle lens my cameras and take off the IR filter. If i can get my hands on these manuals it might help me decide if that's possible and then make the project a little more "disaster resistant" ;)
Asked by bcamp1973 8 years ago
Who knows, could make a good instructable. My camera turned on unbeknownst to me, and I leaned on it (in my jacket pocket), which bent the lens to the side. They want $111 to repair it and i am so annoyed that I would rather sell it for $50 to someone on Instructables for the greater good of some new invention. Or who knows, maybe you can repair it. Right now the camera is at Panasonic and I'd want you to pay for shipping from their place to you. Let me know if you're interested! If you have questions about the camera please search the net for specs etc. :)
Posted by susie 9 years ago
Http://www.computinghistory.org.uk/det/4932/CF-41-Personal-Computer/ i would like to convert it to a pdf reader but i want it to be like kindel reader to make it easy to hold with one hand and it have os of win 95 :D
Asked by gogohero 6 years ago
Hello, I'm slightly new to this site but I love the heck out of it. I was wondering if it would be possible to remove the lens out of an old (from like 1995) panasonic palmcorder and put it into a webcam. I'm into brickfilming and I'm getting tired of my webcam's crappy foucus.Here is a picture of the lens from the palmcorder and all it's connections. [img]http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/No-one-at-all/tests/dsc_0001.jpg[/img][img]http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/No-one-at-all/tests/dsc_0002.jpg[/img][img]http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/No-one-at-all/tests/dsc_0003.jpg[/img][img]http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/No-one-at-all/tests/dsc_0004.jpg[/img]
Posted by -ddrblank- 10 years ago
I am looking to build an electronically controlled time lapse pan device for my camera. I want to be able to rotate the camera for a specifically timed time lapse (e.g 90 degrees every 20 minutes of shooting). My problem is finding an electric motor that is slow enough RPM to create this slow of a motion... Right now I would need a motor capable of going down to about 1 rotation in 6 hours... at the very least 1 rotation/hr. So, do those motors even exist? Right now I am thinking the best solution would be to have a stepper motor, connected to a gearbox (right now that would be the inside of a kitchen timer, somehow), that would allow a very slow rotation of 1 axis. However, as this is a mobile build, power constraints are really an issue. I would like to be able to shoot for 6 hours max continually, and I dont know if that could be done without a very low power motor.... If I did the stepper motor connected to a gearbox, do you think that would affect the linearity of the time lapses? E.g would the stepping motion of the motor create a choppy vid? I have looked into the kitchen timer timelapse but have yet to find a timer that can hold up my relatively light Panasonic FZ-100 without locking up...
Asked by astroboy907 5 years ago
I have a 24V Panasonic rotary hammer drill, model EY6813. It came with two 3.0 amp-hr NiMh batteries, both of which had a problem with one of the contacts almost welding itself to the contact in the drill, and also in the charger. I stopped using those batteries. Now, using an external 7.0 amp-hr NiCd, it's worked fine until recently. The drill began to intermittently shut-off, then quit working altogether. I then noticed that the battery, the wire running to the drill, and the contacts in the drill were hot (battery was very warm, the wires & contacts were VERY hot). Any ideas about the problems with the NiMh or NiCd? Could it be the drill and not the batteries? The hot batteries/wires occurred after minimal runtime, so I don't think its a matter of overdrawing the battery, but I'm just not sure. The vent holes on the drill are not blocked.
How long might a Lithium battery (CR1632) power a single LED? here is the CR1632 date sheet:www.componentschip.com/details/Panasonic-BSG/CR1632.html
Asked by DELETED_MakiY2 10 months ago
I have a couple of these cameras around the house for basic security and to watch our pets etc. The web user interface is garbage and horrible on a mobile device (i'm a web developer so I'm a snob about that stuff :). I'd like to "hack" it. I'm assuming it's a firmware hack. Not sure what would be involved, but it could be a fun project. However, i'm having trouble finding enough information online to get started. Anyone out there that has the resources to point me in the right direction or even lend a hand?
Asked by bcamp1973 8 years ago
I would like to run two small computer tower fans off of the two USB ports on a Panasonic TCP50ST30 plasma TV. I am planning on recessing the tv into the wall so it is not visible from the side and I was going to use the two fans mounted in the wall directly behind the television to draw the heat the tv makes out of the cavity. Is this possible? Each fan uses 1.32 W at 0.11 A with a voltage range of 4- 13 VDC. If not is there any other cost efficient suggestions.
Asked by Bubba1648 6 years ago
Hi, I have an Panasonic HVX200 video camera and I made an external switch to control the shutter for stop motion which works fine. But I want to control it wirelessly. Can a normal radio-controlled remote shutter release work for this?
Asked by pulse_wid 8 years ago
Hey all, I am trying to create a TV mount that can switch from horizontal to vertical at the click of a button but I really have no idea where to start. Is there a way I can motorize this mount? https://www.amazon.com/Mount-It-Low-Profile-Landscape-Portrait-Panasonic/dp/B005MHGCSK
Posted by TylerL62 1 year ago
I pulled them out of a laser ink printer but what do i have as far as build a gadget wise??????WHATS A PANASONIC MASQ6MB8LA-DC24V11339RPM-18MAR94NA??????????whats a 94v-0 md-pwb 0050gc sharpwhats a sharp ne49s?what can i use them to make???????......?
Asked by causffect 8 years ago
Www.popsci.com/science/article/2009-12/panasonic-will-market-li-ion-storage-battery-home-use-2011 As its a breach of copyright to post more than the link to the site, I am just saying that this device is what everybody needs if they want to be independent of electricity suppliers.
Posted by Lateral Thinker 8 years ago
My panasonic tv does not have bluetooth. I have new Marley headphones. Theywork well but not when the channel says Dolby or no good with Netflix as they appear to all transmit in Dolby. I purchased both a digital to analogue converter and bluetooth transmitter as advised but still cannot get Netflix audio or those channels using Dolby. Is it because bluetooth will not transmit analogue??
Asked by BarryN16 4 months ago
Basically I found an old digital Panasonic "Messaging System" that doesn't work, but I'm stripping it for parts. Does anyone know which part likely has the memory for audio files or where I could locate it? At the very least I got a speaker out of it :P
Asked by prismspecs 6 years ago
I have an old Panasonic PV220 camcorder. It has a fitting to attach a light fixture for indoor recording, but no light. What information would I need to provide to an enterprising designer to have an LED light created to fit this camcorder? I can go dig it out of storage and give measurements, and any other information necessary. I would really appreciate any help!
Posted by lancer525 4 years ago
Hey i was just wondering if you could make some sort of tilt shift lens for a higher end point and shoot (like panasonic fz100) that has a 52mm filter mount, or do you have to have a DSLR with interchangeable lenses. Thanks in advance :)
Asked by astroboy907 7 years ago
Hi, I have 4x PANASONIC CGR18650CG LI-ION BATTERY 2250mAh 3.7v. I have connected them in series and it gives around 14v. My internet router is working on 12v 500mA. Is this battery pack too much for that router? I was thinking to use that battery pack as backup for my router when there is no electric power, because it's winter and every few days there are problems with power. Thanks!
Posted by AdvanŽ 5 months ago
I was given a TV, (Panasonic TC-1485); it directs the sound to the side rather than to the front and it's not very clear. I was going to take the wires from the internal speaker and solder them to a 3.5 jack socket so that I could use it with headphones. I read today that until recently TVs were 'live chassis', does this mean it would be dangerous to wire up headphones or have I misunderstood? Thank you.
Asked by FriendOfHumanity 8 years ago
I recently bought a new video camera, the Panasonic HC-V750. Don't get me wrong, its an amazing camera and I love it, but I made the mistake of spending 500 bucks on this instead of a DSLR. I am trying to make a short film and want it to look professional. However, I know that this is almost always achieved using a DSLR and nifty editing/lighting techniques. I have the editing and lighting techniques down, but is there any way to adjust my video camera so that I can get DSLR-like quality? Like adjusting shutter or something? I know that the advantages of a DSLR are their large sensors and supreme ability to capture light using these sensors. Can I achieve this, at least a little, with my video camera? I can adjust the white balance, shutter, iris, and focus, on my camera. Any links and/or help is greatly appreciated!
Asked by Adum24 3 years ago
The camera already has a wide angle, i just want to give it a fish eye ability.hehe, fish eye ability, sounds like a super power.camera - http://www.google.com/products/catalog?q=tz4&oe=utf-8&cid=7499637240250354983&sa=image#p
Asked by ho_ 8 years ago
I have a panasonic omnimove camcorder viewfinder that I took apart and plugged in and got it running. It is running on about 5.5 V DC, seems to work, but its very squiggly, like the horizontal or vertical hold is off. when I plug in video from my VCR I can see the image, but it is really squiggly. does anybody know how to adjust this? could i have aything to do with the voltage? Thanks!
Posted by mushroombob 7 years ago
Hello, I have 5V solar panel which will charge my 18650 3400mah Panasonic 3.7V battery. I will use Voltage step up to 5V and I don't know which diode should I use between panel battery? I have all these diodes. IN4148 Diodes IN4007 Diodes IN5819 Diodes IN5399 Diodes FR107 Diodes FR207 Diodes IN5408 Diodes IN5822 Diodes
Asked by muratm7 9 months ago
Hi So I've got a cordless panasonic drill for which the battery charger has been lost. I've been googlin' for a DIY way to make my own li-ion charger for the battery pack, but since these batteries seems pretty sensitive about the way they're charged, and none of the "how to:s" have focused on drill-packs (this one is 14,4v, 3,3Ah) I thought I'd ask the good people here on instructables for a pointer or two. :)
Asked by Kejnao 5 years ago
We have 420 panasonic 2800mAH 3.7V 18650 batteries, which we plan to use in a solar car. I was wondering if anyone is aware of how to many of these at a time. Many of the commercial "capacity tester 18650" online appear to only test a cell at a time. This would take way too long. We need to ensure the cells we are connecting together are well-matched in terms of ESR, capacity, leakage, etc. So is there any solution that exists to accomplish this task?
Asked by -max- 1 year ago
Last night our Panasonic DVD QUIT just as we wanted to play Swiss-Family-Robinson for the grand kids. So we had that Yamaha 6 platter player that first lost its VF display and later the player quit too the only reason its still shelved is its the audio drive for speakers installed around the room.. . What is a bullet proof player with easy to use control and HDMI output in your opinion
Asked by iceng 3 years ago
Hi all,I have taken small videos with my digital camera and with a webcam. The results were, em, really bad. Especially for dark environment or close-ups. So I am thinking about buying a mini-dv camcorder.What do I need:usable for beginnerscheap, max. 300 eurogood for indoorExample: Panasonic NV-GS80EG-SWhich camera do you use for taking an instructable video?And which software?Kind regards,Alex
Posted by alex_weber 11 years ago