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Mine is nearly 1 year old now and had no GPS.
Oct 29, 2013 by Glen Hurley
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all the items came in one package.
Feb 18, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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any warranty included? Aug 25, 2013
The camera comes with the manufacturer 1 year warranty(against manufacturer defect) BUT I added 3 years total care/accidental damage warranty from Sony for 30 dollars that is in case the camera get dropped & breaks and they will have to replace it for free. Call Sony and ask them for extended total care/extended warranty, it is worth it.
Aug 25, 2013 by Tunaprince
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I am a novice photographer but find the flash to be more than adequate!
Sep 19, 2014 by Jody H.
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I bought it as a gift.Sorry can't help
11 days ago by TDK66
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You can use the usb, but the battery charger is much faster.
Sep 28, 2014 by Ruth A. Webb
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NOTHING, THERE BOTH THE SAME
Sep 14, 2014 by Emerito T. Delacruz
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None to speak of. You have several options. You can take multiple exposures. You can video and take pictures along the way. I have found the camera to be most flexible in the options you have. I hoe this answers your question.
Sep 14, 2014 by Eric M. Notheisen
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It's a Lithium Ion 3.6 V, 4.5 Wh, 1240 mAh rechargable pack. I bought mine with a second one not from Sony (it was part of a whole package including a camera bag as well) - this one is from Bower, also a Li-Ion, 3.6 V, but 1800 mAh. I didn't keep track which one of them was better, since I charge them both, put one in the camera, and then shoot more photos than with any camera before without worrying about the battery. It just runs and runs and runs... When the camera finally announces a battery being nearly empty, I switch them and charge the empty one. Piece of cake.
Aug 13, 2014 by Luke
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The camera has a manual program where you can set the values of aperture, ISO, and exposure so yes, I'd say you can. The larger the aperture, the greater blurr-out-effect you get on the objects out of focus. And yes, you can even choose the focus manually.
Jul 19, 2014 by Luke
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