VHS-C to VHS Videocassette Adapter
VHS-C Video Cassette Adaptor
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH 8mm/MiniDV/Hi8 Tapes
This VHS-C Video Cassette Adapter is a device designed to play compact VHS-C video tapes in a standard VHS video cassette recorder (VCR). VHS-C stands for VHS-Compact, and it's a smaller version of the standard VHS videotape format. VHS-C tapes were commonly used in camcorders during the 1980s and 1990s.
The adapter is shaped like a standard VHS tape but has a slot where you can insert the smaller VHS-C cassette. When you insert a VHS-C cassette into the adapter and then insert the adapter into a standard VCR, the VCR treats it as a regular VHS tape. This allows you to play the content recorded on the VHS-C cassette on a regular television or transfer it to another VHS tape.
In essence, the VHS-C Video Cassette Adapter acts as a bridge between the smaller VHS-C format and the standard VHS format, enabling users to view or transfer their recorded videos without the need for a specialized VHS-C player.