Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T7

Announced Mar 8, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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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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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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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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 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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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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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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redx8
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This is a very expensive camera for what you get. The menues are cryptic and it is very difficult to set up the camera properly. The image quality is average to poor with the default auto everything settings. But once I changed the ISO to 64, focus to center weighted, and metering to center weighted, the image quality is night and day better. The macro mode with full 3x telephoto set with a subject distance of approx 15-20 inches produces excellent results with the flash on. The flash is ...

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