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    help please! anybody know about changing software of SONY PC350?

    To all the tech experts there...
    I've been given a sony pc350 handycam, BUT the screen fonts/language is in japanese! ... and there is no option for changing the language.
    i've seen one sony pc109 (japanese version) , but the language has been converted to english.
    they do some kind of formatting or something like that, and then download an english software back to the cam.
    can anybody help me...

    THANKS!

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    Download the manual from the link below and have a look at page 24 - "Setting the screen language". Hope this helps.

    http://www.mediacollege.com/equipmen...a/dcrpc350.pdf
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    thnx, but...

    Yeah thanks for the manual but like i've said there is no option for changing the language... in the TIME/LANGUAGE MENU there are only 2 submenus: time/date , and World time.

    There is a procedure the camera technicians do, its like 'reformatting' the cam and loading it with an english version of the software.

    anybody has an idea abt this?

    thanks again.

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    Oh I see. Sorry, I don't know about that but I'll ask Scratch - he deals with this sort of thing.
    Dave Owen
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    Ciao! thanks.. i'll be waiting for that.

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    Sorry Joseph, I haven't been able to find any information about this. Apparently it's a bit different doing this with consumer-level equipment and none of the techs I know have done it.

    Could be a trip to the repair shop
    Dave Owen
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