Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100
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Sony Cybershot DSC-T100 Digital Camera Review
6 December 2007
Excerpt: This ultra compact digital camera feels like… a toy made of plastic! More than that, the pocket camera can be purchased in colors as pink, red, green, grey, crÃ¨me, brown and black. The Sony DSC-T100 is powered by the Bionz processing engine, first used in Sonys Alpha digital SLR camera system.
Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T100 is the current top of the T line of ultra-slim, ultra-compact digital cameras from Sony. It shoots at up to 8.1 megapixels with a stabilized 5x optical zoom lens and you can frame your shots on a large 3 inch LCD.
Pros: 5x optical zoom, 3 inch LCD, Quick speed of operation, Excellent battery life
Cons: Sluggish, non-intuitive menu system, Heavy noise reduction at higher ISO settings
Excerpt: I have to admit that I've been a bit jaded when it comes
to Sony's Cyber-shot T-series of cameras. Each iteration was basically the
same thing: higher resolution, maybe a larger LCD, and maybe a choice of body
Pros: 5X zoom in a compact, stylish body, Good image quality, Optical image stabilization, Huge 3-inch LCD display, Snappy performance, AF-assist lamp; good low light focusing, 1 cm minimum focus distance in "super" macro mode, Face detection and redeye removal features work well, though limited to jus...
Cons: Considerable corner blurriness; noise reduction a little heavy-handed, Redeye a problem (though it can be removed in playback mode), Annoying sliding lens cover makes it too easy to accidentally turn the camera on or off, Clunky, confusing new menu system, LCD difficult to see outdoors, Flimsy pl...
Conclusion: I would’ve given this camera an Editor’s Choice designation except for one problem. Although Sony promotes the fact this camera outputs HD-quality shots to your HDTV, the only way you can do it is by purchasing an optional accessory for at least $40. Bummer.
Summary: The more you use your PC, the more your files will become fragmented, split into multiple chunks and scattered all over your hard drive. Everything still works, just slowly, as your drive heads must do extra work to access the same information.