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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Do not turn the DVD video camera/recorder off while the ACCESS/PC indicator or
CARD ACCESS indicator is lit or blinking:
The ACCESS/PC or CARD ACCESS indicator is lit or
blinking to show that data is being written to disc or card,
or being read from it. At this time, do not do any of the
following, so as not to damage the data:
Remove battery
Disconnect AC adapter/charger
Plug or unplug PC connection cable
Remove disc or card
Subject DVD video camera/recorder to severe
vibrations or impact
Violently open or close the LCD monitor
The ACCESS/PC indicator will light for a while after
recording is finished. While it is lit, do not subject the DVD
video camera/recorder to any vibration or impact, and do
not disconnect the battery or AC adapter/charger.
If you turn the DVD video camera/recorder off while the
ACCESS/PC or CARD ACCESS indicator is lit or blinking,
turn it on again with the disc or card loaded in it: Repair of
the disc or card will be executed automatically (see page 133).
Do not wipe the DVD video camera/recorder case with benzene or thinner:
The coating of case could peel off or the case surface could deteriorate.
When using a chemical cleaning cloth, follow the instructions.
Also read the instructions attached with optional accessories:
For optional accessories, observe the cautions and follow instruction manuals attached.
The battery provided has not been charged at time of purchase:
Charge it before using the DVD video camera/recorder (see page 27).
The battery will discharge as time passes. (The battery is produced so that it discharges on its own
in order to protect its characteristics.)
Disc cannot be inserted or removed unless a charged battery or AC adapter/
charger is connected to the DVD video camera/recorder.
Be sure to set the power switch to “OFF” when turning the DVD video camera/
recorder off:
Disconnecting the battery or AC adapter/charger while the DVD video camera/recorder is being
powered could cause a fault.
CARD ACCESS indicator