Out of 1 Ratings

Owner's of the Hitachi Camcorder DZBX35A gave it a score of 1.4 out of 5. Here's how the scores stacked up:
  • Reliability

    1.0 out of 5
  • Durability

    1.0 out of 5
  • Maintenance

    3.0 out of 5
  • Performance

    1.0 out of 5
  • Ease of Use

    1.0 out of 5
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Disc error has occurred.
Keep disc inside &
Disc error could have occurred during editing of scenes.
Turn off the DVD video camera/recorder with the disc being used
in it, connect AC adapter/charger, and then power the DVD video
camera/recorder again. Repair of scenes will be tried.
Disc error has occurred.
Unfinalizing is not
This message will appear when disc error occurred during
unfinalization, and unfinalizing disc failed. Replace the disc. 103
Disc error has occurred. Use another disc.
See *3 and *4 on page 139.
10, 24
Mismatch in recording information may be caused by editing
done on some device other than this DVD video camera/
Initialize the disc or use another disc.
Initializing the disc will erase all data on it.
Disc full. Cannot
Delete unnecessary scenes before using this disc, or use another
Disc has no data. This message will appear when an attempt is made to execute
playback or editing on Disc Navigation with no scene recorded.
Disc has no PlayList. Switching of play list was selected with no play list stored. 93
Disc includes protected
scenes. Delete scenes?
The disc may be software protected from a device other than this
DVD video camera/recorder. To release this case, use a device
that has executed software-protect.
Disc is full. Cannot add
control info.
The number of entered scenes has reached the limit that can be
entered, so the control information for generating thumbnails
cannot be added.
Combine several scenes or delete them.
79, 81
Disc is not formatted.
Format the disc now?
Has the disc been initialized on a PC?
Choose “YES” and initialize the disc when using it on this DVD
video camera/recorder. Initialization will delete all data on the
See *2 on page 139.
Disc must be finalized
before it can be played
back on DVD player or
DVD recorder.
This message will appear if you remove a DVD-RW (VF-mode)/
DVD-R that has not been finalized from the DVD video camera/
See *5 on page 139.
Drive overheat. Please
retry later.
The temperature inside the DVD video camera/recorder is too
high, and reading or writing of the data on disc may not be
performed normally.
Turn the DVD video camera/recorder off and wait for a while. The
temperature will be effectively decreased if the DVD video
camera/recorder is placed in a well-ventilated spot.
DVD-R* Disc, 16:9
mode cannot be
changed, when Video
mode is STD.
With DVD-RW (VF-mode)/DVD-R/+RW disc, the setting of 16:9
mode will not be possible when the Video mode is STD.
* “DVD-RW (VF)” will appear when using a DVD-RW (VF-mode),
“+RW” will appear when using a +RW.
DVD-R* Disc, Input
Source cannot be
Once a DVD-RW (VF-mode)/DVD-R disc has been recorded in
the 16:9 mode, the input source will not be changeable.
* “DVD-RW (VF)” will appear when using a DVD-RW (VF-mode).
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