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Battery life of the P72

Hi, i have a couple of problem with my sony p-72: 1) i have the 2100amp battery from sony and after taking less than 10 shots, i get the change in the battery indicator from full to hal full !!! What'up wth that ? 2) I have bught a kit to add a scren protector and i followed the instruction by using the first the liquid solution on the screena and guess what the screen protector, i had to remove and i saw that my screen now has a big permanent kind of big sport of softwer color than the edge of the screen. No a problem when the screen is on but noticiable still. ? what to do ? Giuseppe Melfi

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Re: battery life of the P72

My P-72 battery indicator seems to work the same way. After shooting a number of pictures, it drops to 1/2. But, if the camera is off for a while, it shows full again. that is, until after many pictures. Then when it starts, it reads below full. I am getting outstanding battery charge life--at least equal to that claimed in the manual. It may be that Nimh batteries cause the indicator to work that way. As long as I am gettng such a large number of pictures off a charge, I am happy. I can't help you with the other problem. Sounds like you should talk to the company that makes the screen protector. Good luck.

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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Just bought a Sony DSC-P72, had a couple questions!!


For some reason the whole image is just a little out of focus. It's beyond "soft". Maybe there's some film on the lens or maybe you are inducing the slightest amount of camera shake. Whatever it is, it seems to sharpen up well (unlike most camera shake). Notice that even the people in the BG sharpened up nicely. I know zero about this camera. I'd advise you to take some shots of some detailed, contrasty type subjects and see if you get better focus. If not the camera may need repair. Or, maybe both of us are expecting too much, image sharpness-wise, out of this camera.

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