Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T7

Announced Mar 8, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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Well, even after reading all the negative things said about this camera I still went out and bought one since I was able to get a damaged box one at my local Circuit City store for $399.99. It's the size that makes it sell so well! I've had the camera for about 3 weeks and after getting a slave flash I've managed to get some good photos out of it. The key to getting good indoor photos is to use Program mode, set the ISO at 100 and use the HVL-FSL1B Sony slave flash which mounts to the bottom ...

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PIECE OF JUNK I bought this camera because of its size, and the fact it was a Sony. Great size, and materials, a bit heavy, but it feels like its worth $500. BUT, after charging the tiny battery outside the camera, in a poorly designed wall charger, (thats right you have to remove the battery to charge it, it cannot, even with extra accessories, be charged in the camera!) I loaded a duo and the battery and set out for the day of testing. Some of the worst pictures I have ever seen from a ...

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I hated the T7, now I own two. Once I got used to it and its limitations, I really like it. There isn't anything else that is as small and can shoot so well. (as long as you have enough light! Depend on the flash and your Instamatic does better.) Shoot in the Program mode with the adjustments mentioned here and it generally does well. I have missed some shots, but since I always carry it, I have caught many more that I would have missed if my camera was at home.

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testrada
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I like this camera but I would not buy it again. Pros: 1. the size - easiest to carry and decent pic quality for such size. 2. style - looks good even in the OFF position 3. strong quality built - metal body, glass screen 4. burst shot mode 5. decent movie resolution with no buffer fill-up time limit. 6. histogram is cool and somewhat useful (not YRGB split) 7. good playback features Problems: Cons (or improvements needed): Most important problem: this camera is no good for point and shoot ...

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Pimletto
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IGNORE THE NAYSAYERS... I bought this along with a Nikon D70s DSLR for the serious stuff. The T7 is for parties, nights outs, BBQs and generally any place a great lump of SLR is too impractical. Those who say image quality is poor are either using the T7 incorrectly or are expecting way too much from a piece of kit this size. I took a photo of my car in normal daylight and plugged the camera straight into my Canon IP4000 and printed a glossy 6x4. 90% of people would not notice if you ...

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Excellent stills. This is truly a camera that I take everywhere. Excellent movie mode, live histogram and plenty of information about your shot as you compose. Problems: Nada

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jonny b
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The T7 (£270)Worse Than My 4yr Old DSC-P50 (2.1mp) which can focus much better with-out the blurrness encounted with the T7. This was a Impulse Buy because it packed so much in to it (CZ lens, 3x Optical, HQ movie mode) but even with a 1GB Card you are looking at 13mins of video, at the highest setting.... So Its going in the Bin... I'm holding on to the P-50 as it takes AA battries (4 AA gives me 3 hrs of shooting non-stop)I can buy more. (1600x1200) res photos look clear, plus i have the ...

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derekz
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I have a cybershot dsc p10 (5.0 mp) and I just got this one a couple months ago. Produces great pictures and is very easy to use. I actually got it free through an online offer (see below). I'd say the only issue I have with it is the battery life, which isn't so bad, but it would be nice if were a bit longer. Overall, I'd give it a 9 out of 10. Check out this site totally FREE digital cameras! http://tinyurl.com/8yudw I've joined and you should as well. It's a completely legitimate offer, ...

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humara
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Well well well, as most people have said and probably will agree with, the dsc-t7 is just plain horrible indoors or in any dimly lit areas. color noise is just completely unacceptable with this camera. indoor focus ability also an issue, but at least you can kind of "manually" focus it by preselecting a focal length. outdoors the camera is fine, color is good and focus is achieved quickly. shot to shot is ok. burst mode is not nearly as good as the canon sdx00 line. people really get hung up ...

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qy
 
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I was looking for a ultrathin, quick response and over 5Mb DC and here it is the T7 is the thinese DC in the market at the time of post, probably the quickest too. This camera has got all it could offer for its size, the 2.5" color LCD give very good color reproduction in day light. I think this is the quickest response camera of its class. As soon as you slide the lid, you can shoot almost immediately. Saving time is very fast too with the Pro Duo MS. You can quickly take a 2nd shoot ...

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