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DCViews: Review of the Sony DSC-T1
Mark Peters : April 3th 2004 - 02:59 CET
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DCviewsThe Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T1 is a camera that should be awarded immediately with an award for its design. The beautifully designed housing, consisting of metal, has a large lens slide at the front which is also functioning as on/of switch. The DSC-T1 is a typical design camera but in this case one with a resolution of 5 Megapixels. The large LCD monitor at the back of the camera gives a full experience of the recorded image or recorded movie, stronger than ever before. The camera was introduced in November 2003 and is currently the most compact Cyber-shot camera. The Cyber-shot DSC-T1 is equipped with a new Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch hybrid LCD monitor and a streamlined metal housing.
DCViews: Review of the Sony DSC-T1Although the camera is the smallest Cyber-shot model ever, it is equipped with the latest technology. A newly developed Real Imaging Processor is used, so a shorter response time is reached. The DSC-T1 produces images with an interval of one second, the interval of release from 0.009 second as well as the shutter lag of 0,29 second add to the fast way of operating the camera.

According to DCViews: "From the large number of settings and extra's it is clear that Sony developed this camera with the advanced photographer in mind. Only minor barrel distortion is visible on images made in wide angle and hardly any pin cushioning in maximum telephoto mode. Chromatic aberration (purple colored edges) is only visibly present in some parts of the images with an extremely high contrast."

Looking for an ultra compact high resolution camera, that also flatters the eye? Go on and read DCViews' review!




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