Panasonic VHS Camera

Charlote Davis

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Its a nice article, not related to my posted question.
You should learn more about a topic if you wish to study this at Uni, not just ask for quick answers. Do you want us to solve the whole exam as well? It is not fair towards others who are really studying this and working hard to get admitted. :)
 
No that does not helps at all, as the list starts from 2002.


The company's first VHS camcorder, the NV-M1, was developed in 1985 as a VHS video recorder with a built-in camera that allowed recording using a standard VHS cassette. In those days, there was a mounting need for a video with a built-in camera that could easily be used by anyone.
Adopting a new loading system, a compact head cylinder and other brand-new technologies, the video was compact and very light, weighing only 2.5 kg.
 

Isabella.B

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The company's first VHS camcorder, the NV-M1, was developed in 1985 as a VHS video recorder with a built-in camera that allowed recording using a standard VHS cassette. In those days, there was a mounting need for a video with a built-in camera that could easily be used by anyone.
Adopting a new loading system, a compact head cylinder and other brand-new technologies, the video was compact and very light, weighing only 2.5 kg.
Re-read the question.
 
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