Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32

Announced Feb 24, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 33 mm
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This is a great little camera, and the picture is crystal crear. Being a climber I needed a small lightweight camera, and this did the trick.It's just a point and shoot however and doesn't have any zoom, but that just means it takes pics exactly the way you see them, what's wrong with that? Great camera except if I bought another one I'd get one with zoom. Problems: Right out of the box the view finder had dust in it and you cant clean it out because it's between the panes of glass. The LCD ...

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This is great value for money, it's very ease of use, many features, great image quality (if you know how to take your pictures), and inside there's state of the art technology. Problems: Not any

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I have been using the Sony FD92 over the last couple of years at work. I also have used this camera exclusively for my family vacations and other family events. I wanted a compact, point and shoot camera that I could easily carry around with me vs. the FD92. I used this review site to see if the P32 would work for me. I like the optical view finder which allows me to turn off the lcd screen to save battery power. I like the compact nature of the camera I like the fact that I can use my ...

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Muzzy
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I purchased the P32 just a little before Christmas for a fairly good price tag after comparing prices on the net. As a first time digital user, I must say that I'm very satisfied with this little camera. Apart from the optical zoom its has many of the features a point and shoot camera would need. My first choice was actually the Canon A300 which was said to have good photo quality and alot of features on the side. But when I got to the store I seen the P32 and in terms of contruction it was ...

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This is a good little point-and-click camera that fits easily in your pocket. Photos outdoors are sharp and clear with good colour. I use it for 6x4ins "happy snaps" of my family, friends and places, to go in the family photo album. It is ideal for this. I like the option of the manual settings available. Battery charge life is good. I like the AA size batteries which means you can use ordinary alkaline batts, available anywhere, in an emergency. I like the wide-ish angle (33mm equiv film) ...

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I had a F717 but needed a small portable camera to bring with me. I dont like telescooping lenses so I went for a fixed focal length model. Since I already have Memory Sticks the P32 was the natural choice. The camera also takes standard AA size batteries (R6) which are cheap and also works with alkaline batteries. Its made from plastic but still pretty good feel. GOOD: small, rather light, cheap, fast AF and general operation(ultra fast startup time), fairly powerful flash, good wideangle ...

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This is a super camera for the money. The controls are easily learned the camera responds quickly. The image quality isn't bad, but compared to other cameras in it's class it is a bit lower. The rechargeable NIMH batters are a definite plus. Some claim that this camera doesn't have a macro mode but it says "Auto Macro" right on the box. I've had no trouble taking pictures approximately 10cm from the lens. Overall, I'm very pleased. Problems: The only thing I wish was better was the save time ...

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Quite a nice little package. And I do mean little; it's not much bigger than your average pocket camera. But it takes wonderful pictures. It's simple to use (less than five minutes from box to finished photos) and it's remarkably inexpensive. With the money we would've spent on a higher end model we got an additional memory stick, which you will want, of course, along with another set of batteries, though it seems to be fairly stingy on power thus far. The lack of a macro doesn't seem to be ...

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Samer
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After reading reviews and checking for prices I decided to buy the DSC P52, but when I saw it next to the 32 I switched on this little beauty. The width of the P32 is significantly less than other Sony cameras. You sacrifice the zoom but you get a better price. The camera is easy to use and offers many scene modes for different conditions. My favorite is the "Twilight portrait mode" where the camera uses the flash to capture the foreground object, but the shutter remains open for a while to ...

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Great choice for cheap. I've had this camera for a few months now. It's great. I can just point and click or customise with manual settings. The auto settings have not failed to produce a great picture yet, even compensating for backlight automatically. This camera does have red-eye reduction mode, even though it doesn't say so on the profile here. The video quality is great, but it takes up a lot of memory at 640*480. I get just under 6min of video on my 128 Mb card. It can take about ...

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