Summary: During my Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 review, I showed the camera to a few people, receiving plenty of "oohs" and "aahs" from each person. The bright body colors and slide panel on the front of the DSC-T90 make it a very impressive looking digital camera.
Pros: Very stylish looking and cool camera is available in five colors, Macro (close-up) focus is outstanding; easily can shoot text documents, Touch screen LCD is a handy feature, Response times are pretty fast, Zoom feature on LCD is great for making sure photo is in perfect focus
Cons: Camera needs more scene mode options, LCD can be a little tough to see in bright sunlight, Low-light images subject to a lot of noise, Camera's automatic settings sometimes don't work perfectly
Conclusion: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 is a fine camera to pop in your pocket and have with you all the time for quick snapshots and video clips. Although it has a number of flaws, and is truly an aim-and-forget camera, you’ll be happy with the results, and won’t have to think twice about them.
Conclusion: Still believing that ‘thin is still in’, the Cyber-shot T90 is an ultra-compact which is no more than two thirds of an inch thick. Launched together with the T900 (which I reviewed a while back), the Cyber-shot T90 is essentially a slightly smaller, slimmer version of its pricier sibling.
Pros: Image quality is JUST usable, up till ISO 400, Slimmest camera on the market; packs a 4X zoom lens with image stabilization, 3 inch touchscreen LCD (though it has some issues), Quick performance, Elaborate face/smile detection system, redeye removal, 720p HD movie mode recording with selectable b...
Cons: Over-processed photos and strong noise reduction (complete with softness and artifacts), No manual controls; lacks slow shutter for night shots, Slow burst mode, Poor ergonomics; LCD attracts fingerprints, not much space to hold the camera, tiny zoom controller, Touchscreen interface needs firm p...
This super-slim Sony fashion camera takes surprisingly good photos
Good Gear Guide.au
27 April 2010
Summary: We were pleasantly surprised by the image quality of the Sony DSC-T90 digital camera, with its thin body hiding a competent lens and sensor. It has a few novelty features, like a touch screen and high-definition movie recording, and the design makes it pleasant to use.
Pros: Useful touch screen, good optical zoom and image stabilisation
Excerpt: If you're looking for a slim ultra compact, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 certainly fits the bill. If you're looking for a feature rich camera however, you might be disappointed. Weighing in at just 148 grams, and with stats like these – 94 x 57 x 15 millimeter, the DSC-T90 is undoubtedly scrawny.
Excerpt: Sony’s T90 is such a cute and clever piece of design it’s almost irrelevant whether function follows its beguiling form. After a few minutes of handling and admiring this super-slim newcomer, its image quality could have been on a par with the Agfa Clack box camera from the mid-1950s for all I...
Pros: Great looks and styling, Fits any pocket, So easy to use
Cons: Too much of a fashion statement?, Pricey, Few advanced features