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Ilse Jurriën : August 6th 2005 - 06:00 CET

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T5

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SonySony Cyber-shot DSC-T5 : The Sony Cybershot DSC T5 is the perfect combination of style, size and superior performance, combining a 5.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD, a large and bright 2.5-inch Clear Photo LCD screen, Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens, with a super-slim body featuring a funky vertical design unique to the Sony Cybershot T5. The Cyber-shot T5 is perfect for taking pictures whenever, wherever you are. Although amazingly slim (only 15.3mm at its thinnest point), the Sony T5 has many easy to use features that make it the perfect choice for basic and advanced users. You are assured of excellent picture quality with every shot thanks to a 5.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD.
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T5Sony - Clear Photo LCD screen
The camera's large 2.5-inch Hybrid Clear Photo LCD screen allows you to view your subject, frame your shot or view your pictures easily in any light conditions, including direct sunlight. The large LCD screen is also ideal for clearly viewing your MPEG video clips, or still photos via the slideshow function, for fast, fun and easy sharing of memories. Within the slim aluminum metal body of the Sony T5 is a powerful, high quality Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens to ensure crystal clear shots, no matter how closely you zoom in on your subject.

Cybershot T5 - Smart optical zoom
Its folded path system means that the lens and prism are contained within the body of the camera, to maintain its sleek profile. If you need to zoom even more, no problem: the camera features a 6x Precision Digital Zoom, 12x VGA Smart Zoom to help you view subjects near and far. The Magnifying Glass mode enables you to shoot subjects as close as 1cm, and to view subjects 3.5x larger than actual size on the LCD screen. With the 16:9 shooting mode you can even shoot wide-screen images for playback on your wide-screen TV.

Sony T5 - Memory Stick Duo
Worry-free shooting is a reality with the Sony Cybershot DSC T5 32MB internal memory. Now not only can you shoot and store pictures on an optional Sony Memory Stick Duo, but with the internal memory you can be safe in the knowledge you will never miss a great photo opportunity again. Effortlessly stylish, small and light enough to drop into a pocket or handbag, the Sony Cyber-shot T5 is as at home in a nightclub as it is on the beach, in the park or at a black-tie event. Whatever the occasion, there is bound to be a suitable setting to capture it amongst the ten pre-set Scene Selection modes, including Twilight, Snow, Fireworks and Beach functions. Just choose your preferred mode: the shutter speed and exposure has all been pre-set for worry-free and convenient shooting. Combine this with the 2.5m flash distance (1m more than the Sony T33), and the built-in tripod mount (a first for T-series Cybershot) and you're guaranteed great shots every time.

Sony Cybershot DSC T5 - STAMINA technology
Battery performance isn’t a problem for the Cybershot T5, with its improved Sony STAMINA technology, you can take up to 240 shots on a single charge of the InfoLITHIUM battery, an increase of about 33 per cent more shots than the Cybershot T3 and T33. To keep up with the shooting ability the camera offers, its Real Imaging Processor provides a very quick camera response time. If you do run out of power, just charge it up again with the supplied battery charger.

Cybershot DSC-T5 - Greater appeal
The Sony Cybershot DSC-T5 also features PictBridge, the standard for printing directly to photo printers, such as the Sony DPP-FP50 printer. A greater range of optional accessories further extends the appeal of the new Sony Cybershot T5, including a new Sports Pack for underwater shooting and a selection stylish just-fit cases providing protection when on the move.

Sony T5 - Multiple languages and Availability
Sony has increased the choice of local menu languages to a staggering 15 on the Sony Cybershot T5, another great solution to ensure easier operation. Menu languages now include: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. The Sony T5 will be available in matte black and brushed aluminum versions throughout Europe from mid-September 2005. Colour availability may vary by country.

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