Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T20

Announced Feb 27, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)

This camera is like a small computer with the way the user menus interact with the person using it. The features seem to be endless, music plays with the slideshows, the slideshows look like movies because of some auto zoom and pan software. The camera takes almost perfect pictures all the time. In low light it's clear without graininess, and the more light it gets, the better photos it takes. Besides that it's compact but takes full size camera quality shots. It's fast at focusing and not ...

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Sony DSC-T20 was an excellent replacement for my stolen camera Sony DSC-T5. This camera have some noticable features: Oustanding shapes: In my opion, the real shape of this camera (especially the black one) is more beautiful than any other camera in the T-series (until now). Excellent features integrated in a point-n-shot camera: + Anti-blur technology, + HDTV compatitie, + ISO up to 3200, + Unlimited-shoot-series, + Face recognize Problems: + Acceptable image quality + Shoot time and ...

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I have owned many point and shoots in the years. From Canon to Sony. I must say this is the best Sony T series yet. It attracts too many finger prints, but by far the most impressive design with excellent battery life. Too bad no info-lithium system. The camera seems a tad thicker then the T9/T10 that I owned. It is because the body is thicker and the lens cover is thiner. Im impressed with the photo quality although it seems the video is noiser then the T10!

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