Sony Cyber Shot DSC-T9 reviewed


The Sony Cyber Shot DSC-T9, the latest in Sony's T-series of shirt-pocket-size digital cameras, is a great tool whether you're a casual shooter or a more serious photographer. Snapshooters will appreciate the camera's ease of use, and discerning photographers will appreciate the 6-megapixel model's above-average image quality and responsive performance. And while a not-so-wide lens and poor red-eye behavior will mar some indoor portraits, any user will love the camera's 2.5-inch LCD screen, its thin and attractive body, and its image stabilization for keeping low-light pictures sharp. The deal is sweetened by 58MB of internal memory.

Clad in black or silver stainless steel and less than an inch thick with the dimensions of a credit card, the first thing anyone will notice about the 5.6-ounce Sony T9 is its sleek styling; expect to field a lot of questions from gadget junkies when using this camera. The camera is designed well from a usage perspective, too, with a simple menu system and limited manual controls to prevent confusion.

Via C|Net


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