Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T200

Announced Aug 21, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 3.5 screen | 35 – 175 mm (5×)
Abu Baqer
 
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All around camera. I use it almost in macro close up. Its results excellent. Also for landscape. But for portrait I found it not good. Using flash only to freezing subject.

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Babya
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I actually have the T70-which is quite similar to the T200, except for a 3" screen and 3x zoom (T200-5x zoom, 3.5" screen). As always for Sony cameras, the build quality is excellent-almost all aluminiun construction makes for a very nice feel. With a touch screen interface offering intuitive options like easy spot focus and face detction and a great range of scene modes-it's easy to take great photos. The smile shutter function is another Sony feature that is very nice-takes a image only ...

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NVSBMW
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At first the camera is well designed, however, the screen interface meant that the screen was dirty very easily and the operation was not always accurate. Image wise, the camera does very good images. Noise level become a little obvious at an ISO of 400. The manual control option is very well designed and easy to use if you get around of the quirky screen interface. Other than that, this camera produces excellent macro shots. Being a consumer, I want every bang of my buck to count, this ...

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I actually have DSC-T70, which is the little sibling of DSC-T200. The only difference between the two is 3x vs 5x zoom, and 3inch vs. 3.5inch LCD. I love this camera - it looks high class, ultra-compact for prtability, has all the features found in a P&S camera of this kind and more, wide screen LCD is great for slide show and pictures are amazing. 3x zoom is enough indoors because you have to stand closer to the subject for the flash to work adequately. 5x zoom is nice for outdoors. Generall ...

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Image quality as others mentioning here, in Previous T series was much better than this T200. FYI: I have been using it for 3 months everyday.

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Image quality as others mentioning here, in Previous T series was much better than this T200. FYI: I have been using it for 3 months everyday.

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I went to buy a Casio EX-V8 to find a compact camera with decent video and decent pictures that had more than a 3X zoom. Prices dropped a lot on the previously-unaffordable DSC-T200 so I played with it at the store. Ended up buying it. The touchscreen takes a little getting used to. Where's the record button? How do I switch to photos? Where are the settings? It takes a little mindset change and practice to get up to speed. Like many compact cameras, the weakness is indoors. Don't use ...

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Comparison to the DSC-T1, picture quality, despite many grat functions is very POOR! Probably due to the image stabiliser and lenses designed rather for leaflets purpose than image quality, which is ALWAYS blured on the edges, independently on which zoom You adjust. Very poor, but very good looking camera!!! Problems: Large, poor quality TFT screen, makes it impossible to handle with hands. Either You place Your finger into the lens, or You press any function on the screen. If You can, buy ...

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I have recently purchased. The camera features are excellent. Touch screen, slide show with diferent musics, smile shutter. The best part is 3.5" LCD screen. I have surveyed many cameras available in UAE market. Not one with these features. The bad part is image quality. I expected better image quality than my earlier DSC-W5. But not satisfied. Problems: Image quality is poor.

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you have to come into the subcompact camera market with a realistic outlook. all of these small cameras are not so good in a dark room. all of these small (sensor) cameras are not so good w/noise above ISO200 or 400. you can't buy these things in a quest for perfect IQ. rather, you buy them for convenience, class, overall decent IQ, and for FUN. this little camera excels at being what it is: a fun, handy, technologically sexy little camera that gets the job done and is always handy. i've ...

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