DVD + discs. What is the difference between

  yuffy 13:06 29 Sep 03

The three disks listed on this site, the Hewlett Packard disc, the Sony DPR120, the Sony DPR 120VD.I have tried to search Sonys site for info, but they don't have any information on them. The Hewlett Packard disc looks very cheap.
I have a Sony DRU510A & will be using the discs mainly to record video from my camcorder.

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  -pops- 13:10 29 Sep 03

Anything here of any help? click here

  The Sack 13:18 29 Sep 03

if they are all DVD+R then there is no difference apart from the maker and even then even though they branded differently they could still be from the same maker.

  yuffy 13:23 29 Sep 03

discs, cheers for the response though.

  yuffy 13:24 29 Sep 03

DPR120 & the DPR120VD.
Anyway, will the cheaper ones be OK to transfer Video onto.

  -pops- 13:31 29 Sep 03

Sorry. I made an error. I meant to direct you to DVD-RHelp.com but my hand slipped in my favourites list and you got that one BUT, the site I meant to direct you to is now defunct anyway!

  The Sack 13:33 29 Sep 03

there is, one has VD at the end of the product name. A DVD+R is a DVD+R if there was any difference it would be out of spec and wouldnt be a DVD+R.

The chances are it uses a different dye or has a coating on the disc but at the end of the day it is still a DVD+R.

I personaly like Infiniti DVD+R which cost £35 for 25 but i recently bought some no name generation 2 discs that cost £14 for 25 and there is no noticable difference in the discs abitlity to store video or data.

  yuffy 13:41 29 Sep 03

buy the discs from.

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