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Mavica FD92 Digital Camera

by Sony

Price: $799.91 + $5.49 shipping
Only 1 left in stock.
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  • 1.3-megapixel CCD, 1472x1104
  • 8x optical, 16x digital zoom
  • 3.5'' FD/Memory Stick slot
  • Connects with Macs and PCs via included USB cable
  • Features a 2.5-inch color LCD screen; rechargeable InfoLithium battery; quick battery charger; and movie-clip recording
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Product Details

Product Manual [2.91mb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 7.2 x 4.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005I9P3
  • Item model number: MVC-FD92
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #27,012 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 2, 2002

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I recomend this camera to anyone in the market for one.
"logtar"
In doing my research I found that this is a very similar camera to the MVC-FD90 camera.
David
The 92 has a great 8x optical zoom and offers pretty good 1.6 megapixel resolution.
Rheumor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

136 of 136 people found the following review helpful By David on May 10, 2001
I just got this camera. In doing my research I found that this is a very similar camera to the MVC-FD90 camera. This one is the 2001 model while the other is the 2000 model. There are some differences, which I'll mention, but in general, I think this is a great camera for the price.
The reason I got this camera is because I needed the versatility of a digital camera with a removable medium (the disks) because over a long vacation memory sticks will fill up, and unless you have either a laptop to download your pictures to, or a lot of extra money lying around to purchase large mega byte memory sticks, this is the way to go.
The nice thing about this camera is that is will use either disks or a memory stick. You don't have to buy the memory stick adaptor like with the other Mavicas, it's built into the camera - so you have the best of both worlds.
This camera will shoot up to 1.6 mega pixels. This is ample for what I use the camera for, which is e-mailing, looking at the pictures on the computer, or printing out 5 X 7 pictures for a scrapbook. Yes, the more mega pixels the larger the picture you can print with no distortion, but you will also pay more for the camera and then have to buy a larger memory stick as most stick cameras come with only an 8 meg card, which starts to add up.
The FD92 does the movies and that is extremely cool. I use it all the time and I cannot express how neat it is. It will shoot 15 - 60 second movies depending on the quality you want. These are perfect for e-mailing. It's like having a moving memory to look at without having to watch hours of wasted videotape. If you've watched someone else's home movies, you know what I mean.
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50 of 50 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 3, 2001
I bought this camera and it is great! I waited for this model to come out since it offers dual media whereas you can write pictures to a floppy or memory stick (which I highly reccomend you get). The floppy is great for quickly emailing picutres by simply making it an attachment from your A drive. The great thing about the memory stick is you can take tons of picutres without having to swtich diskettes. I have 2 32mb modules and I know at last count, I was able to get 45 picutres and still had room. The zoom is another great feature. It has a 16x digital which is almost as good as my binoculars.
Get this camera...it is so user friendly and highly flexible.
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56 of 57 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 23, 2001
I bought the FD92 to replace a very early digital Epson that I had been using for a couple of years. My decision to purchase this specific Mavica was influenced by the fact that it could use both the floppy disc as well as a memory stick, a feature I had been waiting for. Almost all of my photos are published on the web so it was perfect for quick uploads from both my company Sony laptop as well as my small travel laptop or the desktop I have at home. With the addition of a wide conversion lens I found pics taken at trade shows and indoor exhibits with good artificial lighting were really good bordering on excellent. Battery life is excellent. I bought a spare and didn't really need it. Plus, I could get 30 Internet quality (640x480) shots on a 3x5 floppy disc. All in all I was quite happy with my FD92 until 3 months and 2 weeks after my purchase the lens stopped focusing correctly while I was using it during an event weekend. Hey, I paid a premium because it's a great brand name right? So I sent it back to Sony at which point my happy experience ended. Seems the warranty is 90 days parts and labor and parts only after that. Seems typical, right? Problem is Sony's policy is that the minimum labor charge is $149. No parts will be provided unless you pay the $149 minimum labor charge, and the cost could be higher if more than 2 hours labor is needed to repair the camera. So, no matter what's wrong with the camera it's a minimum bill of $149 and this from a camera in use under 120 days with a manufacturers defect. At this point while I like the camera, I don't think I would do business with Sony again because the high price simply isn't paired up with support worth paying that premium for.
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54 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Rheumor on May 29, 2001
This itineration of the Mavica line offers their traditional sturdy feel, quality optics, and the media versatility of being able to use floppies or sticks {and no stick adapter needed}. The 92 has a great 8x optical zoom and offers pretty good 1.6 megapixel resolution. All the Mavs have demonstrated great color fidelity and this one is no exception. Lastly, it brings pretty good MPEG stats to the deal, able to record a video quite nicely on whichever media you have in place. NOW THEN, why the waning Mavica enthusiasm you might ask? SIMPLE: we are only a few *WEEKS* away from the release of a new breed of Mavicas, making 1000s of shots on a single disc or even 90 minutes of movies on the same disc possible. That will take these Mavicas-CD to a whole new level of freedom & versatility. And the really good news: the prices are comparable to the old Mavica-FDs. If you're anything like me, you just have to love this kind of development.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By David Wilson on July 22, 2001
This Mavica is the best of both worlds. Storage to floppies or to a memory stick. It has an impressive 8x optical / 16x digital zoom and macro capacity to 1.2 inches. The resolution is tops and color rendition is great. Battery life is also extrodinary and it accurately displays the time left for the battery on the LCD screen. And the LCD screen is much larger that most of the other cameras on the market; 2.5". Top shutter speed is 1/500 second. I shopped around a lot and tried the cameras my friends had. I think this one is the best.
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