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The MVC-FD71 was part of the second generation of dital Mavica cameras, introduced by Sony in 1998 alongside the Mavica FD81 and FD91.
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This series was notable for its use of standard 3.5" computer floppy disks for storage, which simplified transfer of the JPEG images to a computer, helping the series become one of the more popular among early dicams.
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However, after the turn of the millennium, Sony focused on producing other types of dicam, and only re-entered the superzoom segment in 2005 with the announcement of the Cyber-shot DSC-H1.
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The FD71 retains the low 640×480-pixel resolution of the orinal FD7, as well as the 10x zoom, with a 40–400 mm 35mm equivalent range.
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