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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Use the tele-conversion lens or wide-conversion lens with the following filter diameter and thread
pitch to record subjects for stronger telephoto or wide-angle effect:
Filter diameter: 37 mm for DZ-GX3300A; 34 mm for DZ-GX3200A/DZ-BX35A; 30.5 mm for DZ-
Thread pitch: 0.75 mm for DZ-GX3300A; 0.5 mm for DZ-GX3200A/GX3100A/BX35A
When attaching the optional DZ-TL1 tele-conversion lens or DZ-WL1 wide-conversion lens, use the
optional step-up ring: DZ-SR3437 for DZ-GX3200A/BX35A, DZ-SR3037 for DZ-GX3100A (see
page 132).
1 Remove the lens hood from DVD video
camera/recorder, and attach the step-up ring
over the lens.
When using the DZ-GX3100A, you need not
remove the lens hood.
2 Remove the cap of conversion lens, and screw
the lens into the thread of step-up ring.
When using the DZ-GX3300A, you need not
use the step-up ring.
Be careful not to lose the removed lens hood.
With DZ-TL1 tele-conversion lens, the focusing range
at “T” (telephoto) control side is between approx.
16 feet (5 m) and infinite.
When a conversion lens is attached, note that the four
corners of screen will be slightly dim if you zoom in on
a subject on the W control side (wide-angle side).
When replacing the lens, take care not to drop the
DVD video camera/recorder.
Attaching the conversion lens will disable the function
of the built-in flash (for DZ-GX3300A only): Specify
“Flash: Off” (see page 56).
If a generally available filter is attached, do not attach
the removed lens hood.
Some generally available conversion lenses may not
be usable on this DVD video camera/recorder,
depending on the lens maker.
Tele-conversion lens: For stronger telephoto effect
Wide-conversion lens: For stronger wide-angle effect
Conversion lensLens hood
Step-up ring