Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900
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18 July 2012
Summary: I ordered a Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 4x Optical Zoom and Super Steady Shot Image Stabilization I received a very different is a Sony Cybershot DSCT200 8.1MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom with Super Steady Shot Image Stabilization and do not receive all accessories shown in the picture, is very disappointing not getting what I thought had ordered
Summary: The T900 is a great camera, does everything the Sony "T's" do, very well. But, $399 for what amounts to last year's model is a bit steep, when the new Sony TX7 does everything T900 does plus real 60-frame 1080i video, Panorama shot, HDR (both are fantastic), a CMOS to improve low-light, SDHC-card compatible (goodbye Memory Sticks!), and half the thickness, for only, um, $399.
Excerpt: The new DSC T900 is the latest fashionable Cybershot offering from Sony . The camera is a wafer thin, 12.1 megapixel snapper that takes photographs in full 1080i HD quality and can also record 720p HD video to the memory card. The device is operated by a large and bright touch screen on the rear which sadly is a fingerprint magnet. It is very responsive, especially with the included stylus-like attachment for the wrist strap.
Summary: Too bad this camera does not come with any carrying case, with these kind of quality, a lot more pictures can be taken with proper carrying cases. The Sony cases that sold separately can't be clipped on.
Summary: This is my first digital camera and I love it. The picture quality is very clear and you can even record for long periods of time. My only qualm is that it's completely touch screen and I'm worried about the screen cracking. Other than that, it's a great product.
Summary: my friend had the 700 series... after using that one, i decided to get one, one of the 900 series.. not much of a difference other than picture size and probably built in memory.. only thing i found as negative is that it has very small memory, so you have to get a memory stick, 2gb sony memory stick, so it will add$15-25 to price you pay for the camera , not as much as the price, but extra work. battery-wise, if you don't use video a lot, it's alright..
Summary: Had this camera for about a day now and tested it on a variety of subjects. Style and handling are very good, as is the amazingly bright and sharp touch display. As with many digital cameras, i had to tweak some settings to get the optimal results for my personal taste: PGM mode, 200 ISO, vivid colors, auto focus throughout the frame. And yet, it seems that many pictures lack the total sharpness i have expected.
Summary: I never thought about buying a Sony camera. However I have a Sony credit card and accumulated a lot of points. So I thought I would buy this because my wife want something small. I did not have high expectations. Boy was I surprised. Took some pictures and it just completely blew me away. I did not bother with any settings and just used the automatic settings. All the pictures, including people and landscape came out sharp and vibrant.
Excerpt: Having had sony cybershots since the T1 and also the N1 and N2 I decided to have a new T900. I like the other chap on here bought the largest Sony Pro Duo card (he never gave the size) mine was a 16GB but the camera (well mine at least) does not function with that card I have bought another 16GB just incase it was faulty but No good all it keept saying "please reinstall memory card" Anyway I then rang the sony people "Hu what a laugh I may as well spoke to my dog!