Summary: The 8-megapixel DSC-T70 is the "little brother" to the , and features a 3-inch wide touchpanel LCD and an internal 3x Carl Zeiss optical zoom lens. Both models offer many of the same features, including a durable Stainless-steal exterior.
Summary: If touchscreen compacts are for you, then the classy Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T70 is for you. One of the comeliest compacts we've seen for a while, and respectably-featured with it. Pictures are decent, the shutter is fast enough to take your hand off and did we mention how pretty it is?
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.
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: 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.
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...
Conclusion: If you are looking for a camera that will easily fit into a pocket then the Sony DSC T70 is certainly worth considering. Picture quality is some way above average and I like the sleek design of this part of the Sony range. The very fast shutter response is also a big plus point.
Pros: Low shutter lag - picture quality - design - extra features
Cons: I would like to see a touch more sharpness in some photos.