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The D770 is a true SLR with a large eye-level viewfinder, a 2.5-inch color LCD,
a 5X zoom lens with manual focus and zoom control rings, variable sensitivity (ISO 50-400),
a builtin popup flash plus a hot shoe for external "clip on" flash units, JPG or TIF image
capture (1344 x 1024 pixels), PC ATA Type II card storage (CompactFlash, SmartMedia or
MemorySticks in PCMCIA adapter -- will NOT work with IBM Microdrives) and powered
by a Sony NP-F550 InfoLITHIUM rechargeable battery.
(Note: The only difference between the Sony DSC-D770 and the DKC-FP3 is that the
FP3 has a black body and a FireWire IEEE-1394 data interface.)
The user controls have been ergonomically placed on the camera and it doesn't
take long to get used to what knob does what. The newer D770's body is a
darker gray color than the D700 and the button and knob labels are much easier
to read now.
Technical detail on the aperture: F2-11 (Wide), F2.4-11 (Tele) in 21 steps.
Sony DSC-D770 Specifications
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