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Sony Mavica MVC-FD75

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Sony Mavica MVC-FD75 - Digital camera - 0.35 Mpix - optical zoom: 10 x - black, metallic silver

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      05.02.2004 04:57
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      I love this digital camera. It is very easy to use as well as having many functions including sepia. It has a very effective 10x zoom, better than on many digital cameras in the same price range. I prefer to use floppy disks because they are less fiddly than a USB. You can delete pictures you don't like directly off the disk. I would advise getting a spare battery and keeping it in the camera bag, that way you can take unlimited photos when on holiday. I have taken this camera to many countries for several weeks at a time and never been disappointed with the results. I would also recommend it for use in schools as it is remarkably sturdy and will stand up to quite harsh treatment. Children find it very easy to use. All in all the best budget range digital camera I have ever used.

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      When your child's playing center field, the number of pixels in your digital camera may be far less important than the power of your zoom lens. With a 10X optical zoom, the MVC-FD75 offers superior image quality for a full range of distant subjects-just what you need for sports, nature, travel and dozens of other occasions. Add the convenience of high-speed auto focus and the simplicity of floppy disk storage, and Sony's most affordable Digital Mavica model is a hit.

      Exposure and focus can be adjusted using Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Beach and Snow, Sunset and Moon, and Pan Focus modes. The built-in flash can be set On, Off, or Automatic. Images can be further modified using monotone (black and white), sepia, negative art, and solarization modes.