These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.
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.
If having problems with you camera check out our RCA Small Wonders CC176 Troubleshooting page
- 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
- Image Sensor: 1/3" CCD Imager
- Tripod Mount: 1/4" x 20 threaded hole
- Lens: fl/ 1.8
- 10:1 (6-60mm)
- Diameter: 43mm