Between November 2002 and the summer of 2003, Sony released a series of 3.2-megapixel digital cameras. These point-and-shoot cameras are all part of the CyberShot DSC-P series and bear the product numbers P31/P71 and P32/P72.
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The Sony Cybershot DSC-P31 and DSC-P71 share a user manual containing information on how to use the cameras' zoom, how to focus the cameras and their various autofocus points, how to change the scene selection for shooting in twilight mode or for landscape shots, how to reduce noise on long-exposure photos, and how to use the included software (see Reference one).
Released six months after the P31 and P71 models, the Sony Cybershot DSC-P32 and P72 featured minor improvements. The user guides take you through the new Smart Zoom feature; the synchronised fill flash setting for daylight shots; the twilight portrait, beach and snow scene shooting modes; and filming video in clips that can be e-mailed (see Reference two).
Other 3.2 Megapixel Models
If your camera model is not shown here, don't worry. Sony has full user guides and manuals available through its website and an additional series of manuals for specific photography situations, such as how to take photos of babies, birthday parties, holidays, kids and sporting events. Use the Sony support site to find your camera by model number, and download your specific user guide as a printable PDF file (see Resources).
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