You can watch anything from your camera on your TV using a video cable. All you need is an RCA connector, which may come included in the package containing the camera.
Make sure both the TV and and camera are turned on.
Check that the camera is in the correct channel.
Check that your television and camera are on the same channel
Plug one end of the video cable into the video input port that is in the back of the TV. Make sure your TV is on and then plug this into the back of it. Make sure it's plugged into the right port and make sure it's pushed all the way in until it clicks. Finally, make sure that there aren't any loose wires hanging out as well!
Connect the other end of the video cable to the output port on the back of the camera.
Now, connect one end of a second video cable to an input port on your TV set's backside.
Turn both your camera and TV on and make sure they're both set to their respective inputs.
If you're connecting a camera with composite video outputs to your TV, then the first thing you need to do is make sure that the TV and the camera are both in the right channel.
The camera should be set on channel 3 or 4 (typically), while your TV should be set on either channel 3 or 4 as well.
If this doesn't work, try setting your TV to 'video 2' instead of 'video 1.'
If you are using composite video cables with an RCA connector, you need to change your camera settings to channel 3 or 4. You can use the same channel for both your camera and TV, but you need to change the channel on your camera first.
This is because the cable only transmits a signal when there is a voltage applied to it (i.e., when there is power). If no voltage is applied, then nothing happens. The same goes for when there are multiple devices connected via cable: they all receive power from a single source and follow a simple hierarchy of priority based on how much current they draw from that source. In other words: if two devices are plugged into one another via cable and only one device has power supplied at any given time – say a laptop computer plugged into an external monitor – then whatever device gets plugged in first will receive priority over any others attached after it; similarly if two devices are plugged into one another but have their own independent sources of power (such as plugging into separate wall outlets), then whichever device gets powered up first will also receive priority over any others attached after it
You can watch anything from your camera on your TV using a video cable.
A video cable is just like an audio cable, but it transmits video instead of audio.
If you have any questions about hooking up your camera to your TV, feel free to contact us at any time. We are here 24/7 and happy to help!