Summary: The T700 model earns extra points as a "photo album in your pocket." It has all the features of the T77 unit plus 4GB of internal memory that can store nearly 1,000 full-resolution or 40,000 VGA-quality photos; a 3.5-inch, wide touch panel Xtra Fine LCD screen for photo-like viewing (210...
Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 is a slim, stylish compact that will greatly appeal to gadget addicts with its touch-screen and smile detection. It’s comfortably slimmer than any of the other compacts we’ve tested recently, and when out taking photos with a variety of models, the Sony was invariably the...
Pros: Slim body with non-extending lens., 3in touch-screen monitor., Smile Shutter mode really works., Optional cable for HDTV slideshows.
Cons: Lacking true wide angle coverage., Touch-screen often slow to use., Slim body can be uncomfortable to hold., Stabilisation less effective than rivals.
Excerpt: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 ($299) is a stylish, ultra-slim camera
that features a 4X optical zoom lens, image stabilization, numerous point-and-shoot
features, and a large 3-inch, touchscreen LCD. The T77 comes in a host of fashionable
colors, including silver, black, pink, green, and brown.
Pros: Slim, stylish body (comes in 5 colors) contains a 4X zoom lens, Optical image stabilization, Good image quality in ideal conditions, Widescreen 3-inch touchscreen LCD display, Good performance in most areas, Lots of point-and-shoot features; elaborate playback mode, Impressive face detection, Smi...
Cons: Noise reduction smudges details, mottles sky at low ISOs; unimpressive high ISO image quality, Some corner blurriness, Redeye a problem, Design annoyances: sliding lens cover, tiny buttons and zoom controller, inability to remove memory card when using a tripod, Touchscreen interface and confusin...
Ultra-slim compact camera with touch-screen interface.
Good Gear Guide.au
15 September 2009
Summary: An adequate but not particularly impressive compact, the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77 wins points for style and size but it has a few image quality issues and a somewhat irritating touch-screen interface.
Pros: Slim build, stylish design
Cons: High levels of chromatic aberration, touch-screen interface can be irritating
Excerpt: Being another in Sony's popular T-series of flat-fronted, credit-card sized cameras activated/deactivated by sliding open the lens cover, the Cyber-shot 10.1 million effective megapixel DSC-T77 is slender enough to engender a size zero-style debate on 'how slim is too slim?
Touchscreen cameras: Nikon's S60 takes on Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T77
16 June 2009
Summary: The market for slimline touchscreen cameras is heating up. Nikon's S60 is almost button-less and has a large 3.5in screen for showing off your snaps - but how does it shape up to Sony's classy DSC-T77.