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Sony's P-series digital cameras have been perennial favorites with consumers, being quintessential examples of the "all around" digicam.


They offer a very respectable Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB of features and sophisticated capabilities, with good image quality, good ease of use, all at affordable prices. Sony's P-series cameras share a compact, yet somewhat elongated form factor, a design that I've long felt makes great good sense.

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The relatively slender profile fits into even fairly modest shirt pockets, while the elongated body makes it easy to grip and provides ample room for rear-panel controls. The DSC-P73's 3x zoom lens features automatic focus control, with several fixed focus settings available as well, and an adjustable focus area. Combine this with the ease of automatic exposure control, a handful of preset "scene" modes including two new settings for snow and beach scenesand the creative Picture Effects menu, and the DSC-P73 is an excellent choice for novice consumers who want to take great pictures without hassling with exposure decisions. The DSC-P73 is equipped with a 3x, mm lens, equivalent to a Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB lens on a Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB camera.

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This is a fairly typical range, slightly biased toward the telephoto end relative to the more common mm range found on many 3x zoom-equipped cameras. Normal focus ranges from approximately 1. The net result is about average performance in closeup shooting. An AF illuminator lamp on the front of the camera helps focus at low light levels, a very handy feature I wish more digicam manufacturers would add to their cameras. According to Sony, Smart Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB lets you digitally enlarge the image without any significant loss of image quality.

In actuality, "Smart Zoom" simply means that the camera doesn't interpolate the pixels it crops from the center of the CCD array when zooming digitally. This limits the digital zoom range based on the currently-selected image size, with the 10x maximum zoom only available at the smallest image size, and digital zoom limited to 3.


This is the most reasonable approach Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB "digital zoom," and one that I wish more manufacturers would adopt. For the record, Fuji's digicams have operated this way for some time now. For composing images, the DSC-P73 offers a real-image optical viewfinder and a 1. Exposure is for the most part automatically controlled on the DSC-P73, great for novices and casual users looking for simplicity. You can override the exposure with an exposure compensation adjustment though, a necessary feature for shooting subjects that are uniformly light or dark overall.


While automatic exposure control is nice for novices, more experienced users will appreciate the newly-added Manual exposure mode, which lets you set both shutter speed and aperture manually. The Automatic setting removes all user control, with the exception of flash, macro, and resolution.

Program mode keeps exposure determination automatic, but allows user control over all other exposure variables. Both Twilight modes and the Candle mode optimize the camera for low-light shooting by allowing shutter times as long as two seconds, while Landscape mode sets the Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB up for shooting broad vistas. Beach mode ensures that blue tones are recorded accurately in lakeside or seaside photos. Soft Snap uses a larger lens aperture, to reduce depth of field, helping to isolate your subject against a softer, slightly out of focus background, and also enhances the rendition of skin tones. Although the camera generally controls both aperture and shutter speed, it does report the settings it has chosen on the LCD information display, so you have an idea of what the exposure will be.

Another feature I wish more manufacturers would emulate, even on lower-end cameras. Knowing the actual shutter speed can be very helpful in judging whether or not you'll be able to successfully hand hold an exposure in dim lighting. Under the Picture Effects setting, you can record images in black and white or sepia monochrome, or select the Solarize or Negative Art options, while the White Balance menu gives you options of Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Incandescent, and Flash. As in last year's P72 model, Sony removed the image size setting from the Record menu, and gave it an external control.

This is useful when trying to quickly change resolution settings, as you don't have to fish through menu options. Though you'll still need to call up the menu system to adjust the image quality setting. In Movie exposure mode, the camera captures either xor x pixel resolution moving images with sound for as long as the memory card has Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB storage space.

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Unrestricted other than by card capacity recording at x pixels is quite unusual in digicams, and is the key feature that distinguishes Sony's MPEGmovieVX mode. This year, the P73 also offers MPEG4 format for its movie files, at the x pixel resolution setting. The DSC-P73 also offers a Multi Burst mode that captures an extremely rapid frame burst of low-resolution images, at a selectable rate of 7. Multi Burst shots are played back as a Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB animation on the camera, but appear as a single large file with 16 sub-images in it when viewed on a computer. A Self-Timer mode provides a second delay between the time the Shutter button is pressed and the time that the camera actually takes the picture, giving the photographer time to run around and get into the picture.

A 16MB Memory Stick comes with the Sony DSC-P73 Camera USB, but I'd recommend also purchasing a larger capacity card so you don't miss any shots. How many images can I take with my Sony® Cyber-shot® Camera on the Memory Stick® media?

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