Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T7

Announced Mar 8, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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I got this camera as soon as it came out. mostly because of its size and features. The quality is great ONLY if the external conditions are good. Its horrible at night, with no flash or in and movement! too sensible for anything. If is not a bright day you can be sure of a blur picture. For it's price it is the worst deal I have ever done. Problems: no image stability at all poor images at night auto balance sucks horrible w/o flash indoors

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ada8li
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This was my very first digicam and I received it as a gift from a friend. It is ultra compact and I got so many glances and passerby-comments just from holding it. The one great thing about Sony's Cybershot is it's color quality. Otherwise... see problems below Problems: The slow shutter speed meant LOTS of blurry photos that you see when you connect the images onto a computer. The flash strength is weak, and night shots are impossible... also shots where people are standing too far away. Pic ...

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I love this camera, and I'll be sad when I finally replace it with a newer model. Sure its got loads of problems, such as weak flash, no image stabilisation so extremely susceptible to camera shake, poor quality images in low light, extremely noisy, unbelieveably short battery life (sometimes go through two batteries in one night!!!), overpriced and the black paint on the lens cover flakes off when chipped by the keys in my pocket! so why do I love it so much? Simply because if I didn't have ...

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I actually like the T7 better than any of the other "T" series Sony cameras. The flash is a little further away from the lens than any of the others, and the pictures are actually pretty good for such a small camera. Since it's the slimmest "T" available, you can always have it with you wherever you go. Problems: The sliding lens cover always ends up open when the camera is in your pocket and it has a clear coat on it that gets scratched way too easily. Battery doesn't last that long, but is ...

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Image quality with flash very poor, very noisy. In day ligt hard to take a stady picture. Problems: The battery life too short

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Wonderful point and shoot. I have had this cam for about a year and a half and have been consistently impressed with the results. Problems: No.

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I gave this as a present to my wife who was looking for something small and easy-to-use, and that also had a little style. It has met most of her requirements and she is quite satisfied. Overall I also find the camera to be quite OK, but I do find the slide-down cover and location of the lens so off-putting as to make me actually dislike the camera. With lens located exactly where most people would hold this small camera body, it is difficult/impossible not to get finger prints on it. And ...

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Very practical to use, mainly due to its thickness (actually to its thinness). I often put it in my shirt pocket and secure with the supplied loop around my neck. In this configuration you can allways access the camera very fast and easily without having a fear to drop it. Image quality is very good in normal lighting situations but has some limitations in low-light due to its miniature size. Problems: I had several shots showing my left hand finger. Be carefull when holding the camera!

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I like the fact that you can take this camera virtually anywhere and still get 5.1MP. I can put it in my pocket while out bike riding or going out to dinner--it's extremely versatile. I also like the big screen, which I use as a photo viewer. The shutter cycles much faster than my DSC V1, which I will continue to use for manual exposures. The T7 has just the right weight for its size. The build quality is solid and it is a lot of fun to use. Image quality on Auto is virtually ...

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VincentJ
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Fortunately I didn't buy this camera. My cousin bought it to shoot candids of her kids since it is small and light. A week after she bought it she called me to ask why the pictures were "not as good as the old canon film P&S she was using". I looked at the images and they were downright awful. I use a G6 and have used several P&S's but this one was probably the worst of the lot. We got it exchanged for a canon S80 and she's been happy with the image quality and battery life. Problems: Battery ...

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