Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P32

Announced Feb 24, 2003 •
3 megapixels | 1.6 screen | 33 mm

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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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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