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SL-C7

 

1979

 


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                                                       WEGA video3 no: 72088

Overview

Mine is a WEGA video3 and is simular to the C7. A sony C7 a also have but is not repairable. That is now for spare parts for the Wega. The Wega has a new videohead. The infrared remote is present and working.

 

The SL-C7 was a remarkable video for its day. At first sight it looks similar to the SLC-5 but it is an infinitely superior machine. It came on to the market in 1979 as the top of the range machine and was an instant market leader.

With a stylish hi-tech design which put the controls under several tuck away flaps the C7 boasted advanced features not seen in domestic video at that time. The video had full infra-red remote control, multi-event 4 event 2 week timer, APS index marking, microphone input. Also there was full colour in cue/review modes.

Later production SL-C7, identified by an embossed Beta logo on the front flap also had the ability to interface with a multi changer, called a Beta Stack. This was an add on unit which sat on top of the video and would automatically change the cassette tape. Earlier units required a modification before they could operate the changer.