Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T10

Announced Aug 2, 2006 •
7 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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Have had my T10 for some time now and it's had a good few outings and done some useful work for me. I like the user interface, which I find clear and easy to use. I came to the Sony from an Olympus C120 and have to say that that camera was optically better even though it is very much technically inferior. The T10 is very fast to use. Problems: Silver body is easily scratched and the camera must be kept in the supplied fabric cover.

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This is definitely not a camera I liked. It does look nice, it's well built (nice LCD screen), but the menu system continued to be confusing to me. Also its range of manual controls is very limited. But most importantly the image quality is horrible. Indoors you practically can't use this device. Either you are faced with noise at even the lowest ISO setting, or you use the flash which ALWAYS causes red eyes and halo reflections of dust (because the flash is way to close to the lens). Because ...

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HORRIBLE CAMERA! If I take pictures any where other then direct sunlight I have red-eye and/or glare in every picture. I've turned the red-eye reduction on and off... still get it. I've had the people I'm taking pictures of look away from the camera...still get it. This camera is not worth $10 much less $555 (after the extended warranty & memory stick you have to buy). The design of the camera is nice and small and the screen is nice size but heck if you can't get a good picture what does ...

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Bought this for the wife. Good news: She loved the small form factor. Bad news: "Dust bunnies" in most pics taken in low light with flash. Grrrr! Outdoor pics were great. In addition, you have to use Memory Stick for storage (Pro Duo for video), which costs more than other formats like SD. I returned it because the dustbunny problem ruined about 10 of our vacation pics. Will check out the new DSC-T100 instead. Problems: Dust Bunnies in low light with flash - a HUGE problem. No cradle or doc ...

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Rob13
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There are many point & shoots that look good and others that don't look so good but take better pictures. This camera falls into the 1st caterory, STYLE, BUILD, SIZE/PORTABILITY are terrific. It sure is eye catching. But in terms of P&S, there are many others (Canon & Fuji)that take better pictures in daylight or in less than optimal lighting conditions respectively. For those that want style and portability and just want to capture the occasional shot are who are not hobbyists, this ...

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I have a Contax T3 and I'm still a beliver in film camera. I bought this T-10 mostly for my wife who needs something slim enough to fit in her clutch bag. I kinda tested it for a week before I let my wife have it. It takes okay shots under bright light (if you don't mind the over-the-top saturation and contrast), but not interior or night shots. I always used "P" mode and toned down the colour to "natural" and contrast to "minus" but still the images are very contrasty. Not for someone who ...

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I use this little beauty as complement to my D80. Whenever I don't want to carry a big cam I take this amazing piece of technology. It is VERY compact and incredibly easy to use. The steady-shot feature increases the low-light performance sigificantly and the macro abilities are simply stunning. The direct qucik-review is so convenient. Yes, the number of manual settings is limited, but this is absolutely ok for such camera. And yes, the high ISO perfomance is not great, but we have to be ...

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KTMax
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Beautifully build super compact camera. A real pocket cam. Menus & controls are quick and easy to understand and use. Better than various Canons I've used before. While in shooting mode the review button to look at the last picture taken is a minor but very convenient function and a great improvement over the continuous switching between shooting & play mode like on Ixus models. Live histogram is great just as the excellent screen. The sliding door combining lens cover and power on specific ...

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This camera although not in the same class as the 828 or A100 is an acceptable camera for general outside shots. Certainly for the amateur, a neat camera with reasonable features for general use. I will be using it as a back up when I dont want to take the larger 828 with me. It must be accepted that this is not for professional use, but a useful camera for family snaps etc. In normal daylight hours this camera does a good job for scenery and for portraiture. Best used without the zoom ...

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Returned this camera today, to the store where it was purchased a month ago. Very disappointed. As long as the lighting, whether indoors or outside, was perfect, the photos were good. Bought it for the anti-shake feature which seemed to work quite well, and I loved the small size of the camera. Problems: Flash photos always too white no matter what ISO setting was used. Tried moving away and zooming in, but still too bright. Also got weird halos in dark rooms using the flash. Outdoor ...

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