What Is a Panasonic Omnivision VHS?


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Panasonic Omnivision VHS may refer to different products within the brand. One is a television that includes a built-in videocassette recorder. Others include a VCR and a combination DVD/VCR component.

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VHS was jointly developed with JVC and introduced to the consumer market in 1977. Despite the decline in both VHS players and programming on VHS tape, many people still like and use VHS, especially for its ease of use in recording. Many still own VHS collections, and their videos of personal events are on VHS.

In 1918, Konosuke Matsushita founded Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, Ltd. The company changed its name to Panasonic in 2008.

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