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Old August 14th, 2004, 05:17 AM   #1
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Different tapes - wet and dry

Hi. What is the difference technically between wet lube and dry lube tapes - and is one considered better for the DVX100a?
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Old August 15th, 2004, 01:14 AM   #2
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2 things jeremy
Firstly I had issues useing wet sony tapes with Audio cutting out
so have gone across to the more expensive MQ tapes
have not had any more problems with audio cutting out since useing these tapes
Secondly Ihave read many issues with this camera both here and at dvx user.com
I have owned the 100 and now the 100a and with the greatest respect to all ntsc users it would be nice to liase with some pal users especially with 25p
25p normal and advanced settings different configs and editing
would like to here from more pal users with there experiences
regards dave .......southend just outside of london
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