(Credit to Paradigm The Great for the original typeface.)
This is the second font I've made so far and currently my "dream font", if such a thing like that exists.
I've never seen a typeface with a capital R, S, and number 4 like this one, as the only one I've come across by the beginning of August 2023 would be "Videotape", however even that would be misaligned and wonky. This font is the sequel to my first font, "Tracking Knobs", but with more glyphs and lowercase letters.This is a clone of CHARGEN '92
VHS style font based on the JVC character generator, as seen in the JVC GR-C1 camera manual. Some tweaks for spacing and a few additional glyphs also included.
Free to use however you like. Originally created for use in the game Super VHS: https://store.steampowered.com/app/2344680/Super_VHS/
A VCR/camcorder-type pixel font. This is the vector version, which as far as I can tell looks the same except for some subtle differences in kerning and 2px higher line height.
Gitlab repo (contains FontForge source for the bitmap version)
This is my recreation of the pixelated large font used on the Sony Digital Handycam DCR-TRV17, made through carefully copying each character pixel by pixel from pictures of the LCD screen.
As Handycams mainly use all capital letters (minus "InfoLITHIUM"), those are the only letters included. While the letters, numbers, and a couple punctuation were copied correctly, others are either based on existing characters or are from a screenshot of the CCD-TR728E demo on YouTube (for mostly accented characters. The Cyrillic characters won't be included unless a screenshot of the second page of letters is shown).