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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During recording
Symptom Cause and Correction
Pressing the REC or
PHOTO button will not
start recording.
Is input image copy-guarded?
Is a finalized disc in the DVD video camera/recorder?
Is proper type of disc or card inserted?
Is power switch set to match the recording medium?
When using DVD-RAM disc.
When using SD memory card: Set to “P”.
Is the disc protected or the card locked?
Does disc or card have remaining recording space?
25, 31, 86,
100, 110
Recording starts but
stops immediately.
Is disc scratched or does dirt or fingerprint adhere to it?
Clean the disc. If there is still no improvement, replace the disc.
Is some other AV device directly connected to the video/audio
input/output jack of this DVD video camera/recorder?
If the AV device is connected via several other devices, such as
AV selector, the video signal may not be transmitted incorrectly.
In such a case, reduce the number of devices through which the
video signal is transmitted, or connect AV device directly.
Are you attempting to record image from video game or PC?
From some video games or PCs, image cannot be recorded on
this DVD video camera/recorder.
LCD screen is hard to
Has brightness of LCD screen been adjusted?
Stop recording and adjust the brightness.
Is the DVD video camera/recorder being used outdoors?
Use the viewfinder. When using LCD monitor, adjust its angle so
that LCD screen is not exposed to direct sunlight.
Unevenness appears on
LCD monitor screen.
Did you press the LCD monitor or the area around it?
If the LCD monitor is pressed, some unevenness will occur.
Release your hand and leave the LCD monitor for a while:
Normal display will be restored.
Focus is not correct. Is it difficult to use auto focus with your subject?
Focus manually.
Does “MF” appear?
The DVD video camera/recorder is set to manual focus. Focus
the subject manually, or release manual focus.
Is the diopter control correctly adjusted if you are using the
viewfinder as a monitor?
Adjust the diopter control.
In cases other than the above, set the power switch to “OFF”, and
then set it to “O”, “N” or “P” again.
An error message for
repair appears.
Repair is only possible when the DVD video camera/recorder is
powered by the AC adapter/charger. Remove the disc, and then
insert another disc: The removed disc can later be repaired by
connecting the AC adapter/charger.