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Sony Announces New P-Series Digital CameraDSC P-9 offers 4 megapixel resolution
The new DSC P-9 model offers 4 megapixels of resolution an includes a USB interface for transferring images. It has an AF Illuminator mode that briefly illuminates the subject of a picture with an infrared light for an accurate focus lock in darkness. Multi-point auto focus allows the camera to choose between three separate focus areas within the frame and automatically select the best setting. Additionally, the DSC-P9 offers multi-pattern metering, which divides the scene into a matrix of 49 independently metered cells, which helps the camera select the right exposure in irregular lighting situations. Other features include
- Built-in pre-flash exposure metering.
- Multi-frame burst mode (16 rapid-fire sequential pictures at any of three selected intervals saved as a single digital file).
- New MPEG Movie HQX video mode, which records non-stop, full-screen, high-resolution MPEG videos with audio up to the capacity of the Memory Stick media.
The DSC P-9 includes a 16 MB Memory Stick. (Memory Stick media is also available in 32 MB, 64 MB and 128 MB capacities for $35, $50 and $90, respectively. The DSC P-9 will sell for $600 when it ships in May. For more information, visit http//www.sony.com.
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