Originally Posted by kcrossley2
Thanks, but I found another camera I like on craigslist for about the same price. It's a ZR-950. I checked the specs of the ZR-950 against the ZR-10 and here are the major differences:....Specifications
Does any of this matter?. Do you think the ZR-950 will play the ZR-10 tapes?
It only matters if you plan on using the camcorder to record new videos.
Those specs won't improve the playback of your tapes that already exist, as the data is already recorded.
Tape video cameras are not a good investment in 2013 as that format is long gone.
I suggested the like-new ZR-10 , at that price and condition, as it's cheap enough to justify getting for making the tapes into files for playback and archive.
With the exact camcorder, you don't have to worry about any potential compatibilities issues at all.