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Sony Cybershot reviews at Steves digicams
Mark Peters : September 27th 2005 - 21:40 CET
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Steve's DigicamsSony Cybershot reviews at Steves Digicams : Our good friends from the US at Steves Digicams have published a series of Sony Cybershot reviews. The T-series of Cybershots are all ultra-compact, ultra-thin and ultra-light weight. The Sony T3 digital camera was launched in 2004 and features Sony’s Real Imaging Processor circuit. This ultra compact Cybershot camera is fast and shoots bursts of up to four full-resolution images at three frames per second. The Sony T7 camera has a 2.5inch hybrid LCD screen, covering about two-thirds of the back of the digital camera and the Sony T33 digital camera is practically the same as the two others, featuring a 5.1 Mega Pixel Super HAD CCD and a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens that operates internally.
Sony Cybershot reviews at Steves digicamsCybershot T5 - Steves conclusion
According to Steve: "Despite its small size, the T5's controls are well-placed on the body and have a positive feel. The LCD viewfinder is also effective indoors, gaining-up the live image in dim lighting conditions. I was pleased with the T5's outdoor shooting results. Our outdoor test images were both well exposed and richly saturated, and had very little chromatic aberration (purple fringing) in high contrast areas. If you're in need of a super-compact digicam that captures high resolution images, the Sony CyberShot T5 could be just the ticket."

Cybershot T7 camera - Steves Digicams rating
Steve continues: "The most distinguishing feature of the Sony T7 is its packaging. The only issue I found with the camera's design was the placement of its lens near the top left corner of the body. It was too easily smudged by my left forefinger, which sometimes became an unwelcome addition to the images I captured. The Cyber-shot T7 also has a "Magnifying Glass" close focusing mode that will focus as close as 1 centimeter, completely filling the frame with an object as small as a dime; I found this feature impractical to use because of the very small working distance to the subject."

Sony T33 - Steves Digicams results
Steve Sanders follows with his third and last Cybershot conclusion: "The Cybershot T33 digital camera has 3 modes of continuous image capture: Burst, Speed Burst and Multi Burst. In Burst mode, I was able to capture 9 images at 8/10 second intervals; during the capture sequence the viewfinder briefly displayed the last captured image, helping you to follow a moving subject. The T33 is a robust performer. From touching the power button till the first shot was captured measured an impressive 1.4 seconds; you will not miss many unposed spontaneous photo opportunities." Interested in Steve's full Cybershot reviews? Click on the link below and continue to read at Steve's Digicams.

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