Conclusion: The Sony Cyber-shot T9 features a 6 megapixel CCD, 3x zoom lens, 2.5 inch LCD, optical image stabilization and high sensitivity mode. The 2.5 inch LCD is high in resolution though not that clear in low-light. Despite that, at least you won't get many blurry photos with the T9's optical image stabilization and usable high sensitivity ISO 640 mode. There are somethings the T9 lacks like improved movie mode (with zoom, maybe?
Pros: Good battery life, Optical image stabilizer, High-resolution 2.5 inch LCD, 1 cm macro mode, Usable high ISO (Even at ISO 640), Unlimited VGA 30 FPS movie mode, Average image quality
Cons: No manual controls (at all!), Slow and limited continuous shooting, Performance could be faster and better, Weak flash, Redeye and some corner softness
Excerpt: Two years ago Sony shook up the digital camera world with the introduction of the DSC-T1, the first 5-megapixel model with a huge 2.5-inch LCD screen and an ultra thin form factor thanks to a non-extending 3x optical zoom lens. Even at $550, it was a smash hit and was followed by many competitors and various iterations by Sony itself.
Pros: Super thin 6MP digicam with optical image stabilization
Excerpt: Introduction The Sony Cybershot DSC-T9 is Sony's latest entry into its ultracompact T Series (DSC-T1, DSC-T5, DSC-T9), all credit card sized cameras with Carl Zeiss optics and sliding lens covers. The immediate predecessor to the T9 is the T7, a model that got less than stellar reviews due to user complaints of a slow lens and weak flash, allegedly making the camera all but useless in low-light environments. With the T-9, Sony has attempted to address these issues and...
Excerpt: When I first saw photos of the new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 ($449), my first thought was "oh good, ANOTHER one of these!". Upon further inspection I found that this is more than another ultra-thin T-series Sony camera. The T9 is the first camera in Sony's ultra-compact lineup to feature an optical image stabilization system, something which is quite uncommon on ultra-thin cameras like this.
Pros: Stylish, ultra-thin metal body, Optical image stabilizer, Very good photo quality, Impressive high ISO performance for a compact camera, Snappy performance, Large, high resolution LCD display; visible in bright outdoor light and dim indoor light, AF-assist lamp; good (but sluggish) low light focusing, Tons of built-in memory, Enhanced slideshow feature, Nice movie mode, Support for USB 2.0 High Speed protocol
Cons: Redeye, No manual controls; custom white balance and long shutter speed modes needed, Annoying sliding lens cover, No optical viewfinder, Flash, while better than before, is on the weak side, Flimsy cover over memory card / battery compartment, Bundled software isn't the greatest
Excerpt: Physical Views The Cyber-shot T9 and a CD for size comparison. Compare the T9 and the Casio Exilim EX-S500 Go to Features & Controls Sony DSC-T9 Specifications Image Device: 1/2.4" 6.0 Megapixel Effective Sony Super HAD™ CCD Still Image Sizes: 6M 2816x2112 6M(3.2) 2816x1872 3M 2048x1536 HDTV (16:9) 1920x1080 1M 1280x960 VGA 640x480 Recording Media: 58MB internal memory Memory Stick Duo Media or Memory Stick Duo PRO Media up to 2GB Zoom: Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar...
Sony Cyber-shot T9: ultratenký kompakt se stabilizací
3 February 2013
Excerpt: Společnost Sony uvádí na trh digitální fotoaparát řady Cyber-shot s označením T9. Jedná se o typický kompaktní přístroj v elegantním hávu, který nabízí malé rozměry a hmotnost, rozlišení 6.0 MPix, 3x optický zoom a stabilizátor obrazu Super Steady Shot.
Excerpt: Può darsi che le marche abbiano iniziato a prendere sul serio gli utenti di fotocamere digitali. Ciò, accanto all'evoluzione logica del settore, rende possibile che alcuni nuovi modelli come la Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 giochino un doppio ruolo che prima era incompatibile. Squisito design ultracompatto e stabilizzatore di immagine si danno appuntamento in una fotocamera che ormai non si accontenta di essere attraente, ma che aspira ad aggiornare la T7 con interessanti...
Pros: design affascinante, equipaggia uno stabilizzatore ottico, buon rendimento a sensibilità alte, utili accessi diretti…
Cons: limitazioni dell'autofocus con poca luce, il display mostra aberrazioni in controluce, immagini un po' ammorbidite…