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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Setting Up Camera Functions
This DVD video camera/recorder automatically detects the status of subject and surrounding
situation and records the optimum image: If you choose the shooting mode to match the recording
conditions, clearer images will be recorded.
1 Press the MENU button, use the f/e/
d/c buttons to choose “Program AE” on
the “Camera Functions Setup” screen, and
then press the A button.
The options will appear on the right of
“Program AE”.
2 Use the f/e/d/c buttons to choose
the desired option, and then press the A
button: The selected option will be set.
3 Press the MENU button to end the setting.
The menu screen will disappear.
You can check the selected AE mode by the on-
screen information display. However, nothing will
appear in the Auto mode.
The shooting mode set as above will be stored in
memory even if the DVD video camera/recorder is
turned off.
When recording in a dark area, an after-image will
appear when filming a moving subject or if camera
shake occurs (it is therefore recommended that you
use a tripod in such cases).
If the Sports mode is used under a fluorescent light,
the image may flicker: In this case, use the Auto mode
for recording.
Auto : The camera/recorder automatically
judges the subject and surrounding environment
for optimum recording.
Sports : Reduces blurring when recording
rapidly moving subjects such as in golf or tennis.
Portrait : Makes a subject, such as a person
or a creature, stand out from a blurred
Spotlight : Prevents overexposure of subject
portrait face, etc. when strong light strikes the
subject, as in a wedding or on stage.
Sand & Snow : Prevents underexposure of
subject portrait face, etc. in a place where
reflection of light is intense, such as at the
seaside in midsummer or on a ski slope.
Low Light : Allows user to record in a dark
place even with decreased lighting.
Turn the LCD monitor 180º during recording:
The LCD monitor light can then be used for
Before You Begin
See page 49 for how to set.
No menu screen appears with external input.