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Steve's Digicams: Review Gateway DC-T50 camera
Mark Peters : February 26th 2004 - 02:20 CET
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Steve's DigicamsOur good friends at Steve's Digicams, full of spirit and ready for the future, have published one of their latest reviews of the new Gateway DC-T50 camera. This new stylish shaped and ultra compact high resolution camera is kind of eye-catching. We have seen this camera before under its original brand; Toshiba PDR-5300. Gateway has no history in cameras, and sometimes this can work out quite well. Every new fresh approach is warm welcomed in the world of digital imaging, but on the other hand it could also turn out in somewhat a disillusion. The Gateway DC-T50 features a 5 Megapixel sensor and is equipped with a 3x optical zoom. The dimensions are attractive for those who are looking for an ultra-compact camera.
Steve's Digicams: Review Gateway DC-T50 cameraBut like they use to say: "size is not everything".

According to Steve: " In automatic mode, the DC-T50 is a point-n-shoot easy enough for a beginner to use, and provides scene modes of sports, portrait and night portrait to help the beginner capture good images in those shooting conditions. The creativity of the advanced user is served by Manual exposure mode as well as aperture and shutter priority modes.", "Shooting performance is below average for a camera of this class. Power-on to first shot captured measured a leisurely 7.5 seconds; this is not a camera that will allow you to capture unposed impromptu moments." and "We had mixed results from our outdoor test shots."

Conclusion? Well, the sun is not always shining in Florida? Hop on over to Steve's Digicams and continue to read the review of the Gateway DC-T50 camera!
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