Guys hope you all found the solution like me who had same issue. if you
noticed, it says about the aspect ratio and that means the formated
disc aspect ratio is not compatible with the aspect ratio your camera
need. so re-formating the dvd with right aspect ratio solved the
problem quickly and we have peace.
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Well yes you are quite right, 1000's of people all over the world are having major problem with this silly idea of DVD disks being used in movie or any other cameras, DVD is simply not reliable enough to store data on like films, I am a big movie maker, have been over 30 years now, only will use 8mm Video tape, as I like my movies to work, not end up with no movie to look at. I hope as many people as pos call Sony as I have and tell them we want 8mm tape only, no silly rubbish media, our film are too important to us I feel.
Hi there. I undertand how upset you must be. I would be if it happened to me. Did you check the manual for this error code?
If you didn't, I'll tell you what it means. It means one of 2 things: 1) you have a bad disk or:
2) you are trying to use a disk that has been finalized. Once a disk has been finalized, it cannot be recorded on.
I'm sorry, I know it's a bummer, and it's not what you wanted to hear, but it happens occasionally. There is no fix for it. You just have to get a new disk and record it again.
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