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Identification ¶ 

The RCA Small Wonders Camcorder CC176 was first released in 1993. It uses a VHS-C tape to do its recordings. It was one of the first RCA cameras with an auto-focus feature that was a huge in its time of realease. One of the few things that allow you to tell if it is a cc176 camcorder is the mixture of the black and gray color to its design, along with the small and compact view of it all.

Troubleshooting ¶ 

If having problems with you camera check out our RCA Small Wonders CC176 Troubleshooting page

Design Specifications ¶ 

General ¶ 

  • Power Requirement: 6VDC
  • Power Consumption: 6 watts (normal)
  • Weight: 1.6 lbs (690g)
  • Dimensions: 184 x 120 x 111mm

Video Recorder Section ¶ 

  • Format: VHS-C
  • Record/PLayback System: Two video record/playback heads and One flying erase head
  • Video Signal: EIA Standard NTSC color

Camera Section ¶ 

  • Image Sensor: 1/3" CCD Imager
  • Tripod Mount: 1/4" x 20 threaded hole
  • Lens: fl/ 1.8
  • 10:1 (6-60mm)
  • Diameter: 43mm

Additional Information ¶ 

User Manual

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