I've got an old video camera that I want to hook up. However I'm unsure what the outputs are exactly for, and can't find any manuals anymore. The device is a Panasonic TV Camera, model WV-1550. On the back are three BNC connections. The top is labeled "VD" The middle is labeled "HD/VS" The bottom is labeled "Video" Ok, so how can I use this thing? The Video port had a BNC cable attached, so I believe it was what was used previously for just video. Will getting a BNC->RCA adaptor allow me to plug this into a common video display such as a TV, VCR, etc? And I wonder what the other ports for? Wondering if these could be connected to a Component input with all three outputs, or two of these be combined to allow S-video to work using a BNC->SVideo connector? I'm hoping someone who's had lots of experience with video camera's might recognize the labels and help me out on how they might be used. Thanks.