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DCR-DVD305 - Annoying SONY disk message

by Salvatz / February 5, 2008 2:02 AM PST

I find it rather annoying that every time I turn my camera on, I get the message that SONY disks are recommended. Does anyone know a way to disable that message? It is annoying becuase you can't see what you are recording until the message disappears.

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Or tap on the screen...
by whizkid454 / February 5, 2008 5:42 AM PST

That gets rid of the message but yes it is annoying. Now tell why you got a DVD camcorder?

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Thanks for that
by Salvatz / February 5, 2008 10:03 PM PST

I got a DVD camcorder basically because it allowed me to send disks to my relatives who dont live close. I have 4 kids and I never have the time to transfer the tape to my PC and then edit it and then burn a DVD. Forget it! Now I can tape a little hello message from the kids and send it off to grandma and grandpa right after they are done..

I know the quality isn't as good as some of the other cameras but I find it to be okay and the ease of use coupled with a good price I got on it made sense

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I do agree...
by whizkid454 / February 6, 2008 5:29 AM PST
In reply to: Thanks for that

For simple things such as what you do with it, a DVD camcorder may be acceptable.

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