Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB Driver
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Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB Driver
As much as 3. Built-in flash with five modes. Memory Stick storage, 16MB card included.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32 – Tether Tools
USB computer interface and supplied cable. Power supplied by two AA batteries or optional AC adapter. White balance color adjustment with five modes. E-mail x pixelBurst 2, and Voice record modes. Multi-Pattern and Spot metering modes.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32 3.2MP Digital Camera - Silver
Sensitivity setting with three ISO equivalents, and an Auto setting. Five optional fixed focus settings.
Video cable for connection to a television set. It offers the convenience of point-and-shoot simplicity, but with enough advanced features to make it possible to take photos in otherwise challenging situations low light, fast action, etc.
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Unfortunately, given the exposure variation and inaccuracy I found with it, I don't feel I can Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB recommend it. Since I strongly recommend people purchase cameras equipped with zoom lenses anyway, I'd suggest looking at Sony's P72 model instead, as it has an optical zoom lens and seemingly none of the exposure bobbles that I found in the P Its case is free from any significant protrusions, making it well-suited to life Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB a pocket.
The DSC-P32's dimensions of 4.
The all-plastic body keeps the DSC-P32 light weight as well, at just 7. The front of the DSC-P32 is rounded on the right side, echoing the shape of the lens Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB and supporting the smooth design aesthetic. A shutterlike, retractable lens cover protects the lens whenever the camera is powered off, flipping quickly out of the way when the camera is turned on again. Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB on the front panel are the flash, optical viewfinder window, AF illuminator lamp, and small microphone.
A small, sculpted ridge serves as a finger rest when holding the camera, improving your grip to a surprising degree.
Still, this ridge is small enough that you'll probably want to keep the wrist strap securely in place while shooting. On the right side of the camera as viewed from the back is the battery compartment. A sliding Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB door protects the compartment, and features a latch that prevents it from accidentally popping open while shooting.
Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB Just below the compartment is the wrist strap attachment eyelet. The opposite side of the camera features only the Memory Stick compartment, at the very bottom. A hinged, plastic door opens downward to reveal the card slot. I heartily approve of providing side access for both the Memory Stick and battery compartments, as this greatly helps when shooting with a tripod.
Given the large amount of studio work I do, I always appreciate being able to quickly change out batteries or memory cards without dismounting the camera from the tripod. The DSC-P32's top panel is fairly smooth and flat, featuring only the Shutter and Power buttons, both of which barely protrude Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB the camera's surface.
The few remaining camera controls are on the back panel, along with the optical viewfinder eyepiece, LCD monitor, speaker, and connector jacks. Three LED lamps next to the optical viewfinder report camera status, indicating when focus is set or the flash is charging.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32
A small speaker grille is on the left side of the LCD monitor. Two ridges on the outside of the plastic flap serve as a thumb grip while holding the camera. Kudos for the rugged metal tripod socket, many cameras use plastic here.
Menu setup is similar to previous Cyber-shot designs, though the DSC-P32 does have a couple of changes relative to prior units. For starters, all of the camera's scene and exposure modes are now accessible through Sony DSC-P32 Camera USB Record menu, and the mode selection dictates the available menu options.