Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T7

Announced Mar 8, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
skychase
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iPhoto problems with Sony. Theu do not give option to delete the images in the camera after the download into the Mac. Nikon and Canon cameras provide this option.

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taylorta
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Sony sucks. Problems: This is camera is a perfect example of why you should buy Canon.

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This is the worst Sony to market, and I thought the S40 was a bad camera, not only is this big waste of money, the image looks washed/terrible/blurry on the screen I actually feel bad to all who buy it. My suggestion: SD550, SD450, Stylus 600, or F460 Problems: 1. Zoom button is a tooth pick 2. Battery is a joke, better get a least two more 3. Image quality like all Sonys are terrible 4. Minimum ISO 100 and won't get many good pics indoors 5. 1" shutter not ideal for night shots 6. I ...

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MartyFX
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Bought one of these two months ago to carry everywhere I go. A very sexy looking camera but an absolute waste of money. You are investing in a camera not a flashy sheet of metal. This thing takes crap indoor/lowlight pics and is worthless in all these conditions. Most people who would buy this camera are those of us who like to go out at night and whilst out on the town, use a camera. Don't waste your hard earned money on this junk. Buy it for your mantle piece, it will look good there. I ...

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I use the DSC-T7 as a walk-around pocket camera (I use a Nikon D1x for more serious stuff). I find that the T7 is very well built - very solid. The image quality is excellent for such a small camera. You need to watch for 2 things: 1 - don't obscure the lens with your fingers 2 - be sure to keep the lens clean. It is easy to touch it, which will leave finger grease on the lens and result in an unclear picture. Check frequently!

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Blown away at the shots I get from this little wonder. I've had the Sony T1, T33, and now T7 - the best of the bunch. I also have had the Canon S400, and many other small cameras. This one RULES. I have a Nikon D70 for the big stuff, but the fact is, who wants to carry around a big camera ALL the time? The magic of this camera is that IF you are a half decent photographer and work with what you have, you WILL get fantastic shots from this T7. I don't know why some people complain about ...

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Not worth your hard-earned money. It's a stylish little thing, thinner and lighter than a deck of cards and an absolute jewel to show off to your friends - until you've taken indoor and low-light pictures, that is. Abnormal amounts of noise and a general blanket of dimness are prominent in all indoor and low-light shots. Overall, it's a wonderfully stylish camera and it's very fun to use, but these do not make up for its ability (or lack thereof) to take good pictures. Problems: - Very poor ...

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I really like this camera. I'm a Pro and use two Nikon D-1x which are 2.5 LB each. The T7 is a neat little pocket photojournalist camera to carry all the time. I like the extreme close up feature, good for shooting bugs. See my web page I put up with sample pictures>> larrymulvehill(dot)com Problems: Finger prints I get on the little lens...used to having lens in the middle of body.

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rwoold
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I used this camera on a recent 5 day trip to Disneyland with my granddaughters, and I was extremely pleased with the results. The battery life turned out to be a non-issue, I carried a spare but never used it, took around 60 pix and a couple videos every day. The battery recharges very quickly in the supplied charger. The low light performance isn't too good, but overall I am very impressed with the camera, and it is SOOO easy to carry in my shirt pocket! One feature I really appreciate is ...

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