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Background and Identification
Sony's Mavica line of digital cameras has been revered for its quality optics and great batteries and especially for its use of floppy discs as a storage medium. But with the advent of higher and higher resolution CCD imaging sensors, the small capacity of floppies has made them a much less practical form of storage, requiring unacceptable levels of JPEG compression to fit even a few images on a disc.
Sony has solved the floppy capacity problem with its newest Mavica--the MVC-CD1000--by using a much more forgiving storage medium: CD-R. To keep the camera's size as reasonable as possible, the CD1000 uses miniature 3-inch CD-R discs that offer 156 MB of image storage--enough space to store 160 2-megapixel images at maximum quality--as well as what is effectively instant image archiving. Additionally, the smaller CD-Rs are readable in almost every CD-ROM drive (including the slot-loading iMacs), and for those few drives that can't handle the smaller CD, the MVC-CD1000 comes with a snap-on adapter.
4.9 x 2.4 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 2.16 pounds
Batteries1 Lithium ion batteries required.
10× zoom lens f = 1/4 – 2 3/8 in (6.0 –60.0 mm) (1 9/16 – 15 3/8 in (39 – 390 mm) when converted into a 35 mm still camera) F = 2.8
Read: Maximum ×8
TFT (Thin Film Transistor
active matrix) drive