The U-matic video format was once a broadcast quality format. Today it lives on in colleges and
advertisement agencies. This page is for those of you who wish to relate your U-matic
U-matic Lore Submissions
- Alan Barnett: Umatic at University - April 6, 1999
- Mike Stevens: Local Video Group - June 15, 1999
- Steven Tutty: Vintage Vtrs - January 29, 2001
- Harvey Platter: Learning on old 'uns - March 9, 2001
- Dominic Gallagher: U-matics at Trinity College - December 4, 2001
- Ryan Schweitzer: Cutting my teeth with U-matic - February 5, 2003
- Michael Nagoda: I found an old one - Tuesday, May 27, 2003
- Torben Larsen: First experiences with VO-2800 & VO-2850 - Monday, Sep 11, 2006
Submitting Your Umatic-Lore
Submit your own "U-matic Lore"
article, to be posted here for the enrichment of all. Submissions may take a couple of days to appear.
Please note the Umatic-Lore pages are not a guest book. To sign the PALsite guest book join the
Umatic PALs. Thanks.
This page is based apon Beta-Lore created by Wallace White (wallace*remdesign.com).
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