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JVC camera GZ-S3 connector

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Angel Vilaseca, Jan 23, 2005.

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  1. Hi,

    A friend gave me a JVC GZ-S3 camera and I want to use it with my VCR.

    This camera has a 10-pin connector to its power supply and VCR.
    Unfortunately, I don't have any of the original units, so I cannot do
    anything with the camera.

    I want to homebrew a power supply or adapt one of the units I already have
    and use the video signal for my existing VCR.

    Does someone have some data about the GZ-S3 connector wiring?

    This camera is a nice unit, with expensive optics, it was state-of-the art
    back in the '80s. I hate the idea of ripping it apart for parts.

    Thanks in advance

    Angel
     
  2. Stan

    Stan Guest

    }Hi,

    Hi.

    }A friend gave me a JVC GZ-S3 camera and I want to use it with my VCR.

    Sounds like fun.

    }This camera has a 10-pin connector to its power supply and VCR.
    }Unfortunately, I don't have any of the original units, so I cannot do
    }anything with the camera.
    }
    }I want to homebrew a power supply or adapt one of the units I already have
    }and use the video signal for my existing VCR.

    Cool

    }Does someone have some data about the GZ-S3 connector wiring?

    Yes, it's in the sci.electronics FAQ which everyone should peruse
    before posting here.

    The particular FAQ entry will point you to:

    http://repairfaq.ece.drexel.edu/REPAIR/F_Pinouts3.html#PINOUTS_011

    Go to chapter 7 for Cameras.

    Remember: FAQs & GOOGLE.

    HTH.

    Stan.
     
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