Excerpt: Physical Views The Cyber-shot T70 and a CD for size comparison. Go to Features & Controls Sony DSC-T70 Specifications Image Device: 1/2.5" 8.1 Megapixel Effective Sony Super HAD™ CCD Processor: Bionz™ Engine: Yes (LSI with Dynamic Range Optimizer (DRO) Recording Media: 31MB internal memory Memory Stick Duo Media or Memory Stick Duo PRO Media Zoom: Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar "folded" (internal) 3X Optical, 6.33 - 19mm (38-114mm equivalent) 11 elements in 9 groups (including...
Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T70 is a stylish compact that’s packed with fun technology. The slim body looks great and the sliding cover for the non-extending lens has a very satisfying tactile motion as it snaps up and down. Touch screens aren’t new to Sony, but it still feels unusual and quite fun to point at the settings you’d like to change on the T70’s wide monitor.
Pros: Slim body with non-extending lens., 3in touch-screen monitor., Smile Shutter mode really works., Optional cable for HDTV slideshows.
Cons: Pedestrian 38-114mm lens range., Noise and compression artefacts throughout., Smile Shutter more fun than practical., No manual control over aperture and shutter.
Excerpt: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T70 HDPR Camera Kit Realise your total photography skills with the Cyber-shot T70 HDPR, a complete package that includes the stylish silver aluminium Cyber-shot DSC-T70 digital camera, photo printer, and camera dock which allows you to view your images in full High Definition on any HD-ready TV.
Excerpt: The Slim Line Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T70 The incredible Cyber-shot T70 digital camera may be small, but it’s packed with all the latest Sony technology to produce stunning images, even in difficult conditions. For the style-conscious individual, you can really make a statement with the Cyber-shot T70 which is available in silver, black, white, or pink.
Summary: Another solid touch screen offering from Sony, the Cyber-Shot DSC-T70 is a slightly slimmed down version of the T200. It offers relatively good quality pictures and combines them with a touch screen interface and a slick design.
Pros: Touch screen, good noise performance
Cons: Chromatic aberration issues, some haloing in high contrast areas