SONY DSC-P31 CAMERA USB DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||31.5 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
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SONY DSC-P31 CAMERA USB DRIVER
Power supplied by two AA batteries or optional AC adapter. Scene mode with Twilight, Twilight Portrait, and Landscape preset modes.
White balance color adjustment with five modes. E-mail x pixel record mode.
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Sensitivity setting with three ISO equivalents, and an Auto setting. Five optional fixed focus settings.
USB cable for connection to a computer driver software included. NTSC video cable for connection to a television set.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-P Digital Photography Review
High-capacity NiMH batteries and charger included! The result is a competitively priced compact camera that doesn't skimp on features or build quality.
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Its compact design make it ideal for a "take anywhere" camera that you can just drop in a pocket and always have with you whenever one of those "life moments" happens that you never used to have a camera handy for. It's easy enough to use that a complete Sony DSC-P31 Camera USB needn't be afraid of it, but has enough features to take good pictures under a wide range of conditions. Great for novices or anyone else who wants a camera that'll take great pictures with a minimum of fuss, but who also don't want to be limited by the constraints of a too-basic unit. Its sleek, smooth design is free from any significant protrusions apart from the very slight handgrip. With dimensions of 4. With an automatic lens cover, you can just turn it off and drop it in a pocket with impunity.
The body of the DSC-P31 is slightly rounded on the lens side, following the shape of the lens barrel and expressing a design style midway between "smooth" and "boxy". A shutter-like, retractable lens cover automatically protects the lens whenever the camera is powered off, sliding quickly out of the way when the camera is turned on. Being a fixed focal length lens, it does not telescope out from the body, speeding startup and shutdown. Also on the front panel are the flash, optical viewfinder window, and AF Illuminator lamp. A small handgrip provides a secure finger rest when holding the camera, but is small enough that you'll probably want to keep the wrist strap securely in place while shooting. The battery compartment Sony DSC-P31 Camera USB on the right side of the camera as viewed from the back.
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A sliding plastic door protects the compartment, and features an inset latch that unlocks the door when you need to change the batteries. Just above the battery compartment is the wrist strap attachment eyelet.
You can also see the Memory Stick compartment door from this view, which opens from the bottom of the camera. The left side of the camera is featureless, displaying only a small Memory Stick logo as decoration. The DSC-P31's top panel is relatively smooth and flat, featuring only the Shutter and Power buttons, both of which barely protrude from the camera's surface.
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The remaining few camera controls are on the back panel, along with the optical viewfinder eyepiece, LCD monitor, speaker, and connector jacks. Three LED Sony DSC-P31 Camera USB next to the optical viewfinder report camera status, indicating when focus is set or the flash is charging. When Power Save is enabled, autofocus is performed only when the shutter button is pressed rather than continuously, and the rear-panel LCD monitor is dimmed slightly.
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