Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9

Announced Nov 1, 2005 •
6 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
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I was looking for the smallest camera possible to replace my 2 MP Kodak that is is about the size of a brick and is really not what I would consider portable because it cannot be pocketed and I don't enjoy wearing one of those really cool camera cases on my belt whenever I take it out. So, I was looking for 2 things, better zoom and small size. Megapixels is unimportant to me because anything I print off is no bigger than a 4x6 and most pictures will stay on my computer anyways. In my ...

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torags
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I couldn't get comfortable with the shutter button. Found real problems trying to press half way (big fingers). LCD screen colors are very disconcerting. Battery didn't last long.

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I have about 12 cameras ranging from compacts to 2 dslrs and consider myself an enthusiast. I have several prosumers as well. I did not have a truly subcompact and had read a lot of good things about the T9. Even SonyStyle recommended it to me over the T30 and the N1. I also wanted IS. I have the F30, Casio P700, OlyC7000, Panny LX1 and TZ1 right now, e900, FZ5, Sony V1, Sony H1 and others. Much as I tried the T9 and invested in the T9 leather case and a duo stick anticipating I would love ...

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chris33
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This camera is simply stunning...! The only reason it doesn't get a 5-star rating for picture quality is you probably wouldn't believe me... Problems: None what so ever.

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Great Camera - SONY is really listening to its Customers. I have taken a number of test images for your review. These images have been captured with SONY's DSC-T9 camera, with no out-of-camera post image processing other than cropping, and no Photoshop work whatsoever. The Camera's internal settings generally are: Program mode with Sharpness and Saturation both turned up one tick for images to DSC00043; For images DSC00044 and over, the Saturation remains up one tick, the sharpness setting ...

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Andy G
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One thing that is very good is the LCD screen. If you compare the Sony T9 to Canon's latest SD630 the Canon's screen looks so bad - less pixels and an extremely soft image. The Sony screen is smaller but with more pixels and much much sharper & clearer. If you put the cameras side by side the Canon LCD looks terrible.

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I had about 6 different digital small cameras, Panasonic, Nikon, and a few cybershots from Sony and let me tell you that this small digital camera is one of the "best" I had, its small and comfortable to carry anywhere and excellent pictures!! Problems: None what so ever!!

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Compared to the T1, this camera is quite an upgrade. The image stabilizer works quite well for such a small camera. Compared to many other pocket cameras, this camera needs much improvement though. Problems: One of the biggest problems with this camera is that the flash is too close to the lens, this causes major red-eye and also causes unwanted reflections. The auto whitebalance is not correct under indoor lighting and there is no manual setting that can correct this. Also, the speaker is ...

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satorib
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Excellent pocket cam, with IS. Small enough to take anywhere comfortably. I had an older T1 and this camera improves upon it in every respect. Better images, flash, and ISO performance. Problems: No.

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Best overall subcompact, with the addition of higher ISO, cleaner lower ISO and image stabilization. Problems: None.

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