I didn't have to find drivers or anything like that but the Sony website still has support documentation and drivers for it. It would bee too exspensive making them like this to day. The small memory is plenty for 500 pictures! I continue to get lots of compliments from my pics with these cameras. Individual write-protection also prevents the image from being changed in any way, such as rotating or resizing. With this manual too, the learning process upon the camera product is started.
Liked it so much that I had to buy another in 2005 on eBay much less, natch since my wife and I competed on who was to use it. It's cheap and Zeiss glass. Bottom line: My wife and I love ours and I'm thinking of buying my kids their own! That's a real disadvantage since you can no longer buy them. The S75 also performed very well in the macro category, capturing a minimum area of just 2. Easily blown up to 8x10 or bigger. So, we can say that Sony S75 is a quite heavy compared to other competitions.
The lens is protected by a removable, spring-lock lens cap, which comes with an easy-to-thread lens-strap opening and a small tether strap to keep it from getting lost. Also, built-in flash won't illuminate shots more than 20-30 ft but very few do. So good luck if you can find one, don't hesitate to buy it. And for now, we will talk about the specification of this Germany-made camera, starting with the overall look of it first. The entire Memory Stick can be write-protected by sliding the lock switch on the stick into the locked position, which also guards against the entire stick being formatted. The included InfoLithium battery lasts for nearly three hours of continuous shooting, on average.
Comes with a leather case and extra battery. I am not a photographic fanatic, nor am I an expert in the area of the photography. Color was quite good, with appropriately saturated primary colors, as well as good handling of pastels. The internal flash includes red-eye reduction as well as auto, forced, and off. You can also select exposure metering for a center-weighted average or spot-metering.
In low light, the auto focus is iffy, so I try to use manual focus then. Has all the manual control features you find on much more expensive models. It's a little bulky compared to the new cameras but if thats not an issue by it. Something like specification, operation, camera parts, features, and others will be perfectly stored in here. The audio is just fine. This manual is the best reference for both user and enthusiast who want to learn about this product deeper. Furthermore, the S75 also offers several exposure modes such as Automatic, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Twilight, Twilight Plus, Landscape, Panfocus and Spot Metering exposure modes.
Through the Playback settings menu, you can designate whether the camera numbers each image sequentially from one Memory Stick to the next , or restarts file numbering with each new Memory Stick. The colors are brilliant, focus is great, from a little speck to the horizon. I hate the fact that it uses the original memory stick which is usually about 64 or 128 meg and does not hold many pictures. In Movie mode, the camera reports the available recording time. It is because with the manual, both users and enthusiast will be able to get the needed information about a certain product. Every little space is well used in the design and correlated with other functions. The Playback menu also offers a Resize option, as well as Copy and Rotate tools.
It was a little more complicated to use than my Olympus. Was I ever right, I have been strutting around with this and comparing it to my friends and relatives cameras for awhile now, and I love watching the shocked or jealous look on their faces when I told them how much, I mean how little, I paid for it. . Great one step close-up setting for those eBay pics! Stills are fantastic quality in medium light and better. Image Size options include 2, 048 x 1, 536, 2, 048 x 1, 536 3: 2 ratio , 1, 600 x 1, 200, 1, 280 x 960, 640 x 480, and 320 x 240 pixels E-Mail recording option. I have used it for 6 months and am still discovering new things that I can do with this small camera with the super big capability. With this manual, there will be a lot of information gained too.
The pixels is more than enough for great pictures. I recently purchased this camera as a gift after having one of my own for years. The S75 has compact design as same as its predecissor. I ended up donating it to my son's preschool class ,which my son's teacher was very excited about! This Sony model camera is very easy to learn how to use and takes terrific pictures, and short mpeg and avi movies with sound. Ships safe and secure priority mail within 2-3 days. I never use a lens cap with these, and I toss my S75 around a lot, just throwing it into my briefcase. You may feel comfortable carrying it in a large coat pocket or purse.
Ended up finding it the day before the party, but still used it to try it! The design is very smart, functionality is very user-friendly and compact, well packed into a small space. Overall color accuracy was very high, with only slightly reduced color saturation in the subtractive primaries cyan, yellow, and magenta. So, we can say that manual is the best reference when we want to understand the digital camera product. Metall and hard impackt plast Body,Solid as a Tank! The only negative about this camera is that it's hard to find new as it has been discontinued by Sony. The adapter makes it a bit bigger and with extreme close-ups like 1 ft, flash is 5% blocked i n corner but how many of these do you take? Individual images can be write-protected from accidental erasure except through card reformatting via the Protect option under the Playback settings menu.