Its slim, lightweight design makes the charger extremely convenient for travel use and it is one of the most compact battery chargers on the market. The home and car travel rapid charger charges battery in approximately 1 to 2 hours based on the battery capacity. Input: AC 100 ~ 240V worldwide compatible; Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.75 x 1.5 inch; Weight: 2.4oz. Please note the charger is not original, it is a replacement made by iTEKIRO. The charger is certified by CE & RoHS.
Part Number: Hitachi.DZ.BP7S.AC.charger.M50
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Do not use the DVD video camera/recorder for professional applications:
This DVD video camera/recorder is designed and produced for home-use recording and playback.
The recorded contents cannot be compensated for:
Hitachi cannot compensate for any damages caused when recording is not made normally or recorded contents cannot be played back because of a defect in the DVD video camera/recorder, disc or card. Also, Hitachi cannot be responsible for your recorded video and audio. If you or a third party make a mistake when handling this DVD video camera/recorder, disc, card, etc., the recorded contents may be lost. We cannot be responsible for compensation for damage due to loss of recorded contents. Data recorded on the disc or card in this DVD video camera/recorder using other digital/analog media or devices are protected by the copyright act and cannot be used without permission of the owner of copyright, except for personal enjoyment. Be aware that recording is restricted for some demonstrations, performances and exhibitions, even for personal enjoyment. English
Read This First
To guide you, we've included following six chapters. The section on Setups explains how to set up the DVD video camera/recorder, battery, and set the date/time. The section on Basic Techniques explains the basic operation of this DVD video camera/ recorder - recording of movies, still images, external input, and playback of recorded images. The section on Advanced Techniques explains settings on this DVD video camera/recorder for more advanced usage. The section on Disc Navigation explains editing with Disc Navigation: Refer to this section when finalizing DVD-R disc and initializing DVD-RAM disc. The section on Connecting to PC explains the contents of provided CD-ROM and how to install the software included. Subsidiary Information includes an introduction to products sold separately, proper cleaning, and troubleshooting. We want this manual to be as helpful as possible, so it includes two easy ways to find the information you need: A quick index for the information you use most often (this page). A detailed table of contents directing you to specific information quickly (see page 13-15). Get to know your DVD video camera/recorder by using this manual, and get to know Hitachi. We appreciate your business.
Available Discs.. 25 Recording Movie... 49 Playing Back.. 58 Connecting to a TV.. 77 Functions Available with Disc Navigation. 109 Connecting to PC.. 140
With this DVD video camera/recorder you can view the picture being recorded or the playback picture whether on the LCD monitor or in the viewfinder. Opening or closing the LCD monitor switches the picture to appear on the LCD monitor or in the viewfinder. The following text describes the operation assuming that the viewfinder is used as a major monitor device.
About This Manual
Displays in this manual
Understand that the displays are different from those you will actually see in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen.
Notation of cancel button
Press the stop/cancel button to stop your operation midway, or return the menu screen to the preceding one. The expression press the C button will be used in this text. English
1, 2 and 3 marks beside headings
Some functions of this DVD video camera/recorder are unavailable with disc or card used. Refer to the marks at right above each function to identify whether the disc or card is compatible with the function. Refer to these marks and identify the functions and operation to match the disc or card you use.
Illustrations in this manual
Although the external appearances of DZ-MV550A and DZ-MV580A are different, the method of operating both models is identical. The illustrations of DZ-MV580A are used for the explanation in this text.
You can start recording immediately after stopping playback (P.49, 58)
Unlike tape devices, you do not need to search for the recording start position or locate the beginning of blank portion. You can stop playback and immediately start recording: New recording will not overwrite any previously recorded data.
If you stop playback midway and start recording, overwrite will not occur.
You can immediately play back desired recorded scenes (P.107)
You do not need to rewind, unlike recorders using tape. You can select any scene you want and immediately play it back (using Disc Navigation function).
You can easily print without PC (P.120)
Use DPOF to set the photos to be printed and the print number among the photos recorded on SD memory card or MultiMediaCard: This is useful when printing photos on a printer conforming to SD memory card or when asking a photo lab to print them.
Use Disc Navigation to create your original movie (P.126)
You can delete unnecessary scenes, move any scenes, etc., and create your original movie work (Play List).
You can easily edit scenes, which is quite difficult with tape (P.86)
When the DVD video camera/recorder is turned on, the
self-diagnosis function will work and a message may appear. In this case, refer to Trouble Messages on page 165 and take corrective action. While the ACCESS/PC or CARD ACCESS indicator is lit or blinking, do not violently open or close the LCD monitor.
Pressing REC once will start recording; pressing it once again will temporarily stop recording.
Insert a recordable DVD-RAM or DVD-R disc into this DVD video camera/ recorder. Sound is recorded from the stereo microphone on the ACCESS/PC
1 Turn the DVD camera/recorder on.
Set the power switch to O VIDEO to turn the DVD video camera/recorder on. After the ACCESS/PC indicator goes out, perform the subsequent operation:
2 Check the subject on the screen (viewfinder or
LCD). If using the viewfinder, pull it out.
3 Press the REC button.
The m mark in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen will change to the n mark, and recording will start. During recording, the recording indicator on the front of DVD video camera/recorder will light. Pressing REC again during recording will set the DVD video camera/recorder to the recording pause status.
front of DVD video camera/recorder: Take care that this microphone is not blocked. You can press the REC button immediately after the DVD video camera/recorder enters the recording pause status, but no further recording can be made while DISC ACCESS is being displayed. Recording will restart after the message disappears. Do not turn power off while message DISC ACCESS is being displayed. Take care that power is not interrupted while the ACCESS/PC indicator is blinking. The minimum recordable time of movie is approximately 3 seconds. See page 103 for setting of Record LED (recording indicator) On/Off. For various functions available during recording, see Setting Up Camera Functions on page 90. Hitachi cannot be responsible for video and audio that cannot be recorded or edited because of any defect. The power switch can be changed over even during recording, but the operation will not be changed. Each time the DVD video camera/recorder enters the recording pause status, the counter display will be reset to 0:00:00. When using DVD-R disc, do not perform the following, or data on the disc may not be read: - Using another device, doing additional recording on DVD-R disc recorded on this DVD video camera/ recorder - Using this DVD video camera/recorder, doing additional recording on DVD-R disc recorded on another device - It is recommended that you set the LOCK switch to (to the left) to prevent the power switch in the O VIDEO position from accidentally moving toN PHOTO.
WHEN THE HINGE OF ROUND DVD HOLDER COMES OFF
1 Push the hinged portion of the holder piece
marked SIDE A with thumb and middle finger, and warp it in the direction of arrows (4).
2 Fit the hinged portion of the other holder piece
into the warped hinge portion.
Note: Handle the disc carefully so that no scratch, dirt, fingerprint or dust adheres to the recording/playback surface. When not using the Round DVD Holder, store it in case: Do not leave a bare holder as is. Be careful of drop or impact: If you drop the Round DVD Holder, the disc may pop out. Do not subject the Round DVD Holder to force.
SIDE A mark side
Use a soft, dry cloth to lightly wipe off any dust, dirt, etc. adhering to disc, as shown in the figure. Never use solvent. Do not use thinner, water, antistatic spray, etc. to clean disc.
Use soft cloth to clean from inner to outer circumference in axial direction.
Recording (Dubbing) Images
Before connecting this DVD video camera/recorder to another device, be sure to turn both devices off. Insert a recordable disc or card* in this DVD video camera/recorder (see P 25,. 28).
* Only photos can be recorded: No video can be recorded.
RECORDING (DUBBING) IMAGES FROM OTHER VIDEO DEVICE
You can record (dub) images from other video devices to disc or card in this DVD video camera/recorder. Use the AV/S input/output cable (provided) to connect the DVD video camera/recorder to the other video device as follows:
To S-VIDEO output jack of VCR, etc.*
To video/ audio output jacks
AV/S input/output cable (provided)
* If you are using DZ-MV580A and the connected AV device has an S-VIDEO output jack, you can connect the S-VIDEO jack of AV/S input/output cable.
1 Set the input source on
the DVD video camera/ recorder to LINE (L IN).
Switch the input referring to Input Source on page 98. Choose S LINE to input S-VIDEO signal. (Only for DZ-MV580A)
Recording will start on this DVD video camera/recorder. The operation of this line-input recording is the same as for recording movie.
2 Turn on the connected device, and start
playback. The picture will appear on the LCD screen or viewfinder of this DVD video camera/ recorder.
Note: If you operate the DVD video camera/recorder connected to another device, always power the camera/ recorder from AC outlet using the AC adapter/charger. If you use a Hitachi VCR, it will be operated by the remote control provided with the DVD video camera/recorder. When recording an image from a Hitachi VCR, change the remote control code of the VCR to other than VCR2. With DZ-MV580A, using S-VIDEO will enable you to record clearer images. The DZ-MV550A cannot record S-VIDEO input. Reduce the volume of external input sound heard from the built-in speaker: The loud volume may cause noise to enter the recorded image. The recorded contents can be played back in the same manner as when playing back camera images recorded on this DVD video camera/recorder. Still images can also be recorded on DVD-RAM disc or card. See Switching External Input Recording Method (PHOTO Input) on page 98 for details, and Recording Stills on page 50 for how to record still images. The Input Source setting will return to CAMERA whenever DVD video camera/recorder is turned off. Recording of most images is prohibited by the copyguard signal to protect the copyright, except for images recorded on camcorders for personal enjoyment. COPY PROTECTED appears in these images: They cannot be recorded on this DVD video camera/recorder. Typical copyright protected images include those of DVD video, LD, recorded video tapes, some parts of digital satellite broadcasts, etc. If a video signal that cannot be read by this DVD video camera/recorder is present - even in images recorded on camcorder for personal enjoyment without copyguard signal - the input image may not be recorded normally. If the input signal is interrupted by switching the channel on TV or switching the signal using video selector (see Terminology, P. 160), normal recording cannot be performed.
RECORDING (DUBBING) IMAGES FROM OTHER VIDEO CAMERAS
You can record (dub) images from other video cameras on a disc or card* in DVD video camera/recorder. Use the AV/S input/output cable (provided) to connect the DVD video camera/recorder to the other video camera.
* Only photos can be recorded: No video can be recorded. Signal flow
3 relay adapters (generally available) To AV input/ output jack AV/S input/output cable (provided) To S-VIDEO output jack of video camera, etc. *2
DVD video camera, 8mm video camera, VHS video camera, etc.
*1: The AV/S input/output cable provided with this DVD video camera/recorder can be directly connected to some video cameras. *2: If the video camera to be connected has an S video output jack, you can connect it to the DVD video camera/ recorder (DZ-MV580A only).
Switch the input referring to Input Source on page 98.
Note: With DZ-MV580A, using S-VIDEO will enable you to record clearer images. Reduce the volume of external input sound heard from the built-in speaker: The loud volume may cause noise to enter the recorded image. Still images can also be recorded on DVD-RAM disc or card. See Switching External Input Recording Method (PHOTO Input) on page 98 for details, and Recording Stills on page 50 for how to record still images.
Choose S LINE to input S-VIDEO signal. (Only for DZ-MV580A)
RECORDING (DUBBING) IMAGES ON OTHER VIDEO DEVICES
You can record (dub) images played back on this DVD video camera/recorder, on other video devices. Use the AV/S input/output cable (provided) to connect the DVD video camera/recorder to another video device as shown in the following figure:
To S-VIDEO input jack of VCR, etc.*
To video/ audio input jacks
* If the video device to be connected has an S video input jack, you can connect it to the DVD video camera/ recorder.
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 2 Select a scene to be played back. 3 Press the playback (A) button on this DVD
video camera/recorder and the record button on connected device: The DVD video camera/ recorder will start playback and the recorded device will record (dub) it.
Note: Using an S-video jack will deliver clearer images. Audio is heard from the speaker: If the volume is too high, noise may enter the dubbed image. It is recommended that you use Disc Navigation to create a play list including the scenes to be dubbed among the scenes recorded on this DVD video camera/ recorder (P.126). Be sure to use the AC adapter/charger to power the DVD video camera/recorder from AC outlet, to prevent battery power from shutting off during recording on another video device. If you are using a Hitachi VCR, using the remote control provided with this DVD video camera/recorder may operate the VCR. To record (dub) images from the DVD video camera/recorder to Hitachi VCR, change the remote control code of VCR to a position other than VCR2.
This section explains about various settings to further extend the usefulness of this DVD video camera/ recorder.
Checking Flow of Normal Display Mode
The following two on-screen menu modes are available with this DVD video camera/recorder: Quick mode: To display only the fundamental menu items for first timers (P.63) Advanced mode: To display all menu items for experts Camera Functions Press the MENU button while the camera image is being displayed on the LCD monitor, with the QUICK MODE switch set to OFF: The menu of Advanced mode will appear. Tilt the joystick up, down, to left or right to select a menu item, and then press the A button to choose the option. See page 88 for the setting method. The screens used here to explain are displayed when DVD-RAM disc is used. Some items will not appear when a DVD-R disc or card is used, or when no disc is inserted. No menu appears during recording. <Menu screen for setting>
S : Camera
Selection of setup items Functions Setup
T : Record Functions U : Date Setup V : LCD Setup W : Initial Setup
Camer a F u nc t i on s P r o g r am AE Wh i t e Ba l. EIS D i g. Zoom M IC. F i l t e r 16:9 ENTER RETURN
Setup Auto Spo r t s Po r t r a i t Spo t l i gh t Sand&Snow Low L i gh t RAM
Flow of Normal Display Mode
Refer to page indicated for details of each function. Camera Functions Setup
Came r a Fun c t i ons P r o g r am AE : Wh i t e Ba l. : EIS : D i g. Zoom : M IC. F i l t e r : 16:9 : ENTER RETURN Se t up Au t o Au t o On 40x Of f Of f RAM
Da t e Se t up
Da t e Mod e : M / D / Y Da t e Se t
Program AE (P. 90) White balance (P. 91) EIS*1 (P. 93) Digital zoom (P. 56) Microphone filter*2 (P. 93) 16:9*3 (P. 94)
*1: Displayed on DZ-MV580A only in O VIDEO status. *2: Displayed only in O VIDEO status. *3: Not displayed on DZ-MV550A. Displayed on DZMV580A only for movies using DVD-RAM disc.
Display format (P. 38) Date setting (P. 37)
LCD S e t u p
B r i gh t n e s s Co l or L e v e l ENTER RETURN RAM
Recording Functions Setup
Rec o r d F u n c t i o n s Se t up V I DEO Mode : F I NE I npu t S o u r c e : CAMERA OSD Ou t pu t : On
Brightness (P. 101) Color density (P. 101)
I n i t i a l Se t up Beep Power Save Re c o r d LED L a ng u age Demo Mode Reset ENTER RETURN : : : : : On Of f On Eng l i s h Auto RAM
Movie quality*4 (P. 96) Input selection (P. 98) External still input*5 (P. 98) Self-timer*6 (P. 99) On-screen information display output*7 (P. 100)
L IN REM 9
choose PHOTO Input on the Record Functions Setup menu screen, and then press the A button. English
Re c o r d F u nc t i on s S e t u p I n p u t Sou r ce PHOTO I n p u t F r ame Field Se l f T i mer
Still external input icon
2 Select the desired option and then press the A
Note: The PHOTO Input setting can be confirmed using the on-screen information. The PHOTO Input setting will be stored in memory even when the DVD video camera/recorder is turned off. Refer to Recording (Dubbing) Images, P. 83 to see how to connect the DVD video camera/recorder to another device.
You can record photos using the self-timer function, as with ordinary cameras. The self-timer function is valid only when recording photos (stills).
choose Self Timer on the Record Functions Setup menu screen, and then press the A button.
Re c o r d F u nc t i on s S e t u p I n p u t Sou r ce Se l f T i mer OSD Ou t p u t
4 Press the REC button.
The recording indicator at the front of DVD video camera/recorder will blink. The self-timer indicator will start to count down, and recording will commence approximately 10 seconds later.
Note: You can also check that self-timer has been set by reviewing the on-screen information. To release the self-timer mode, choose Off on the menu screen or turn DVD video camera/recorder off. To suspend self-timer, press the REC button again before recording starts, or press the C button.
2 Select On, and then press the A button.
The self-timer will be set.
10 REM 9
SETTING ON-SCREEN DISPLAY OUTPUT ON OR OFF (OSD OUTPUT)
If you connect this DVD video camera/recorder to a TV to view images on TV screen, you can switch off the on-screen information (displayed in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen) from the TV screen.
choose OSD output on the Record Functions Setup menu screen, and then press the A button.
Note: The OSD Output setting will be stored in memory even when the DVD video camera/recorder is turned off. Even if Off is chosen, the on-screen information will appear during playback. See page 62 for playback onscreen information display. Even after the on-screen information is removed from the TV screen, it will still appear in the viewfinder or on the LCD screen. The on-screen display output functions only when the input selection is set to camera: It cannot be set during external input.
5 The Fade Set screen
RAM ENTER will appear: If you are sure you want to add the fade effect to the scene, press the A button.
Thumbna i l Sk i p F ade Comb i ne D i v i de RETURN
If you want to change the scene to which fade is added, you can change it on this screen.
6 Select the special effects
for IN and/or OUT, choose Enter, and then press the A button.
Fa d e IN None OUT None
Wh i t e Wi pe Wh i t e Wi pe En t e r
B/W B/W Canc e l
ENTER To cancel setting, choose Cancel. After setting, the Fade Set screen will be restored. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to add fade to other scenes.
COMBINING MULTIPLE SCENES (EDIT - COMBINE)
If you have recorded numerous short scenes, combining them will be facilitated by the use of Disc Navigation. Be sure to select consecutive multiple scenes. Combining scenes is possible only when Category: All is specified. (P.138) Stills cannot be combined.
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 2 Select the consecutive multiple scenes to be
Note: Scenes in different programs (different recording dates) cannot be combined: Create a play list first, and then combine such scenes on the play list.
3 Press the MENU button. 4 Choose, Scene, Edit,
Combine and then press the A button.
5 The Combine Scenes
RAM ENTER screen will appear: If you are sure you want to combine the selected scenes, press the A button.
Thumbna i l Sk i p Fade Combine D i v i de RETURN
If you want to change the scenes to be combined, you can change them on this screen.
combination will appear: Choose YES, and then press the A button.
Comb i ne Sc e n e s
Comb i ne s c e n e s ? YES NO ENTER
The two images appearing on the verification screen are those of the first and last scenes to be combined. Choose NO to cancel combination. After Yes or No setting, the Combine Scenes screen will be restored. The thumbnail of the first scene will appear in the combined scene. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to combine other scenes.
DIVIDING MOVIES (EDIT - DIVIDE)
You can divide a scene into two parts. To delete unnecessary portion of scene, first divide the scene, and then delete the unnecessary portion.
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 2 Select the scene to be divided. 3 Press the MENU button. 4 Choose, Scene, Edit,
Divide and then press the A button.
5 The Divide Scene
RAM ENTER screen will appear: If you are sure you want to divide the selected scene, press the A button: The selected scene will be played back.
DISPLAYING INFORMATION USING MENU SCREEN (DETAIL)
You can display various information for a scene: the recording mode, recording date/time and length, special effects and movie quality mode.
1 Press the DISC NAVIGATION button. 2 Select the scene whose information you wish to
If you have selected multiple scenes, the information shown below will appear. Pressing the C button will restore the thumbnail display screen.
(When using disc)
De t a i l V I DEO : 1m i n43sec ( 2s c e n e s ) ( XTRA) : 0m i n 0sec ( 0s c e n e s ) ( F I NE) : 1m i n43sec ( 2s c e n e s ) ( STD ) : 0m i n 0sec ( 0s c e n e s ) ( - - - ) : 1m i n 0sec ( 0s c e n e s ) PHOTO : 0 RETURN
3 Press the MENU button. 4 Choose Scene, Detail, and then press the
A button. The detailed information on the scene will appear.
De t a i l Sc e n e N o. 7 V IDEO (F I NE ) 1m i n13 s e c Da t e : 9 / 30 / : 00:00AM S k i p :O f f Fa d e IN : None OUT :None PREV NEXT RETURN
*1 *2 *3
(When using card) *2
De t a i l Sc e n e N o. 7 1000007(640) Da t e : 9 / 30 / : 00:00AM L o c k :O f f DPOF Number o f p r i n t s : 6 PREV NEXT RETURN
*1 Not displayed with DVD-R disc. *2 May not appear if the loaded card does not comply with DCF. *3 Number of pixels on still in horizontal direction: This may not appear with a JPEG file that does not conform to this DVD video camera/recorder. Note: Tilting the joystick to right will display information on the following scene; tilting the joystick to left will display information on the preceding scene.
*1 With DVD-R disc, the quality mode (FINE, STD or LPCM) selected first will appear. *2 Number of scenes whose quality mode is unknown: This will appear when the disc has a scene recorded on a device other than this DVD video camera/recorder, only if the disc has a scene whose mode is unknown. Also, this will not appear when a DVD-R disc is used. *3 This will not appear with DVD-R disc, since no still image can be recorded on it. (When using card)
Before installing the UDF driver (DVD-RAM driver) provided with this DVD video camera/recorder, check to see if another UDF driver* has already been installed your PC. *InstantWrite provided with the DZ-WINPC1, DZ-WINPC2 or DZ-WINPC2B PC kit for the Hitachi DZ-MV100A DVD video camera/recorder, or with the DZ-WINPC3 PC editing kit for the Hitachi DZMV200A, DZ-MV230A or DZ-MV270A DVD video camera/recorder. If the UDF driver has been installed, uninstall it and then install the UDF driver on the provided CDROM. Use Control Panel Add or Remove Programs or Add or Remove Applications to uninstall the UDF driver. If any question messages appear that mean This file is not used on another application. Do you wish to delete it together? during uninstalling, click No for all such questions.
DISPLAYING INSTALLER SCREEN
1 Turn the PC on.
Do not connect the DVD video camera/ recorder to PC yet. First, if any software is being run on the PC, terminate all the programs being used.
3 Use the Windows My Computer or Explorer to
open the drive in which the CD-ROM is located.
4 Double-click the Setup.exe icon.
The.exe extension may not appear, depending on the PC being used.
2 Insert the provided CD-ROM into the CD-ROM
drive of PC. The installer screen will automatically appear.
If the installer screen does not automatically appear, use the following procedure to display it:
INSTALLING USB DRIVER
With Windows XP
1 Click USB Driver Installation on the installer 4 The message on Windows logo test will appear:
2 The USB driver installer screen will appear:
Click USB Driver Installation.
Carefully read it and then click Continue Anyway. Installation will start.
3 Check the contents and then click OK. 5 Click Quit.
Installing the USB driver is now complete.
With Windows 2000/Me/98 Second Edition
1 Click USB Driver Installation on the installer 3 Click Quit.
Click USB Driver Installation. Installation will start. English
INSTALLING UDF DRIVER (DVD-RAM DRIVER)
The UDF driver must be installed before using the disc in DVD video camera/recorder on PC.
DELETING OTHER APPLICATIONS
To uninstall the other applications, use Control Panel to open Add or Remove Applications, choose the applications to be uninstalled from the displayed list of applications, and then click the Change/ Remove button.
Note: After uninstalling software, be sure to restart the PC.
Cautions When Using DVD Video Camera/ Recorder by Connecting It to PC
Note: Do not use Windows application to finalize a DVD-R disc recorded on this DVD video camera/recorder: The disc will not be recognizable on the DVD video camera/ recorder. When formatting a DVD-RAM disc on Windows, use the UDF2.01 format (2.0 if 2.01 cannot be selected) (see Terminology on page 160). Formatting with other standards could cause the DVD video camera/recorder to malfunction. Before processing or editing photos, be sure to copy the JPEG files in 100HPNX1 folder to the hard disk of PC. Ordinary data on PC can usually be written to DVD-RAM disc in this DVD video camera/recorder, but Hitachi does not guaranteed the operation. If the PC is started from suspend (see Terminology on page 160) (or sleep or standby) with this DVD video camera/recorder connected to the PC, the DVD video camera/recorder may not be recognized: Disconnect the DVD video camera/recorder from PC once, and restart the PC. Multiple DVD video camera/recorders cannot be simultaneously connected to PC. Use a reference of approx. 30 minutes at approx. 86F (30C) or less for operation when connecting this DVD video camera/recorder to PC. - Use a reference of a continuous 30 minutes or less for write operation when using the DVD-MovieAlbum copy tool provided with DVD-MovieAlbumSE. - If the temperature of this DVD video camera/recorder is too high, writing or reading on this DVD video camera/recorder may be faulty. And in particular, note that, if an error occurs during writing to DVD-R disc, the disc will not be usable. Take care that the temperature of this DVD video camera/recorder is not too high.
Introduction to Optional Accessories
Wide conversion lens (DZ-WL1)* Tele-conversion lens (DZ-TL1)* Video flash (DZ-FLH3)**
When using camera accessories, be sure to read the instruction manuals for each accessory. * When attaching the wide or tele-conversion lens to this DVD video camera/recorder, be sure to remove the lens hood at the end of the lens (see P. 57). ** Unusable on DZ-MV550A.
VIDEO scene cannot be No movie can be copied to card. copied to card. Select stills and copy them to card. Write protected. Check card. Write protected. Check disc.
A locked card or write-protected disc is inserted. Release the lock or write-protect using the Card or Disc
*1 This message may also appear when dirt adheres to disc. If this message appears when a recorded disc is recognized immediately after it is inserted, do not repair the disc; remove it and then use a soft, dry cloth to clean off the dirt before using it. This message may also appear when condensation occurs. In this case, do not repair the disc; turn the DVD video camera/recorder off, wait until it dries out, and then turn it on again. If the repair message appears when you turn the DVD video camera/recorder on from off with a disc loaded after recording on it, choose repair. If the repair message appears when recording and playback are normally possible with another disc and no condensation occurs and the disc is not dirty - choose repair. *2 This message may also appear when dirt adheres to disc. In this case, do not initialize the disc; remove it and then use a soft, dry cloth to clean the dirt before using it. This message may also appear when condensation occurs. In this case, do not initialize the disc; turn the DVD video camera/recorder off, wait until it dries out, and then turn it on again. Initialization will delete all data on disc. *3 This message may also appear when dirt adheres to disc. Remove the disc and then use a soft, dry cloth to clean the dirt before using it. This message may also appear when condensation occurs. Wait until the DVD video camera/recorder dries out, and then turn it on again. This message will appear when a single-sided disc is inserted in reverse. Reinsert the disc correctly. (Insert the disc with the label printed surface facing the outside.)
Check to see the following before asking for a repair. If the suggested solution still cannot restore the DVD video camera/recorder to normal, do not attempt to repair it yourself, but consult your dealer.
Battery cannot be charged.
Cause and Correction
Service Hotline: 1-800-HITACHI (1-800-448-2244)
To Order in the Canada
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
with FCC Rules for Electromagnetic Compatibility Products: Models: Trade Name: DVD VIDEO CAMERA/RECORDER DZ-MV550A/DZ-MV580A HITACHI
This device complies with part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Responsible Party: HITACHI AMERICA, LTD. HOME ELECTRONICS DIVISION 900 Hitachi Way Chula Vista, CA 91914-3556 U.S.A Tel: 619-591-5200
16:9... 94 240x (Dig. Zoom)... 56 40x (Dig. Zoom).. 56 500x (Dig. Zoom)... cm DVD-R disc... cm DVD-RAM disc... 25 Detail (scene).. 122 Dig. Zoom... 56 Diopter control.. 34 Disc... 25 Available.. 25 Capacity.. 29 Finalize Disc.. 137 Format... 135 Handling.. 27 Protect... 134 Update Control Info.. 136 DISC EJECT button.. 46 Disc guide... 44 Display.. 52 Information LCD.. 52 Scenes information.. 122 Viewfinder.. 34 Divide.. 117 DPOF.. 120 DVD player.. 79, 80, 160 DVD-R.. 25 DVD-RAM... 25 DVD video format.. 160 DVD video recorder.. 79, 160 DVD video recording (DVD-VR) format. 30, 160
AC adapter/charger.. 43 ACCESS/PC indicator.. 49, 50 Add (edit).. 129 Advanced mode.. 87 All programs... 123 Auto (program AE).. 90 Auto-focus.. 71 AV input/output jack.. 77
Backlight correction.. 51 Battery.. 39 Attaching to DVD video camera/recorder. 40 Charging.. 39 Recordable time on DVD video camera/ recorder.. 41 Removing from DVD video camera/ recorder.. 40 Setting Up.. 39 BATTERY EJECT button.. 40 Beep... 102 Black & White fade.. 115 Brightness... 101
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