Does the DMR-E100HS have a PCMCIA Slot?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by BrianEWilliams, Oct 5, 2003.

  1. BrianEWilliams, Oct 5, 2003
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  2. Probably the manual available online at the Panasonic
    site would contain your answer as to what the slot it
    used for.

    Darrel :)
    Darrel Christenson, Oct 5, 2003
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  3. I found it at Beach Camera for $831 plus shipping:

    I have bought from Beach in the past with no problems.
    BrianEWilliams, Oct 5, 2003
  4. BrianEWilliams

    Trevor S Guest

    (BrianEWilliams) wrote in

    It is a PC Card slot (PCMCIA is old nomenclature for the same thing) The
    older HS-2 has one as well
    No, I guess a 802.11g Ethernet card might be handy but I just dub to -
    RAM:) The Pana 200 has a NIC AFAIK but this is for progamme updates I think
    ? Do you mean MPEG 4 or 2 (The 100 supports both) You can copy MPEG 4
    files if you have a a pC Card memory card, (I think) know you can to a
    card in the SD slot, from -RAM or HDD
    Not a real issue, I just high speed dub recordings to -RAM (assuming they
    are on the HDD) and load them onto my PC....

    I use the PC Card slot to play back JPEGS from the CF on wifes digital
    camera, plug the CF into a PC Card adaptor and away you go. You can copy
    the JPGES to HDD from there and produce albums etc if that's your thing...
    I use Uleads DVD Workshop to do that for me onto DVD-RW on my PC.

    Trevor S

    "Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth."
    -Albert Einstein
    Trevor S, Oct 6, 2003
  5. BrianEWilliams

    Daver Guest

    Its for memory cards only.
    The SD slot for SD memory and MultiMediaCard

    The PC slot with adapter for
    SD memory
    Xd Picture card
    ATA Flash card
    Mobile hard drive
    Daver, Oct 6, 2003
  6. Thanks very much for the info. Dumping the files to DVD-RAM is only a
    good option if you have a DVD-RAM drive on your computer which I

    Sounds like a great unit, but I'll wait until the price drops to about
    BrianEWilliams, Oct 8, 2003
  7. BrianEWilliams

    Trevor S Guest

    (BrianEWilliams) wrote in

    DVD-ROM drives that support RAM are fairly easy to come by, realtively
    inexpensive and a necessity in my opion to allow you to trandfer files to
    your PC. I use my DVD-ROM all the time to transfer -RAM .VRO files to my
    PC's HDD, mostly for authoring to DVD-R with TMPGEnc DVD Author.

    I author my digital still pictures to DVD-RW via Uleads DVD Picture Show so
    the abilty to read the them off CF or SD is of no real use to me.
    It is but does have a few minor annyances.... shrug.. but then I guess
    everything does, I still it is the best unit out there for my use.

    Trevor S

    "Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth."
    -Albert Einstein
    Trevor S, Oct 9, 2003
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