Quote from the review:
“The C-765UZ features an improved image processor called TruePic TURBO, that improves image quality and delivers faster overall processing speeds. TruePic TURBO captures information from all 4.0 million pixels with pixel “micro- smoothing” that delivers clearer and more color-accurate photos. The camera also utilizes PictBridge technology, which allows users to print directly to any PictBridge compatible printer without the use of a computer.
The C-765UZ offers a wide variety of record modes. In full Auto mode, the camera offers basic point-and-shoot simplicity. In Program AE mode, you can have the ease of Auto mode with the ability to change setting for Metering, ISO, etc. The A/S/M symbol on the mode dial gives you access to more advanced controls with Aperture priority, Shutter priority, and Manual exposure modes. The scene program modes provide fully automatic exposure adjustments for Portrait, Sports, Landscape, and Night Scenes. The special “My Mode” feature saves time by allowing users to assign frequently used settings to the mode dial for quick access. ”
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