Sony Mavica FD200

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The MVC-FD200 is another Sony digital camera in the Mavica series, using floppy disks for image storage, or optionally using a Memory Stick slot. It was introduced in 2002 alongside the FD100, with the FD200 offering a higher 1600×1200 image resolution. However at the FD200's highest image-quality settings, a 1.4 MB floppy can store at most four JPEG images. These were the final floppy-disk Mavicas in the series begun in 1997 with the Mavica FD5 and FD7.

As with its predecessor the FD87, its lens is a modest 3x range 6.4–19.2mm f/3.8–3.9 (41–123mm 35mm equivalent) zoom.

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