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Sony DSC-T9 digital camera
at a glance
2816 × 2112
3x optical zoom
2.5" lcd viewer
MS duo (pro)
Sony li-ion NP-FT1
Sony DSC-T9 review summary
camera date Nov 05  out of production
pixels / class 6.2M  compact digital camera
overall rating above average overall camera rating  5 reviews
image quality good image quality rating  
ease of use good usability rating  
camera body good camera body rating  ultra thin
digital features average it its class digital features rating  limited flash range
photogr. ctrls poor photographic controls rating  
user profile user profile: digital photography recreational
Sony DSC-T9 specifications
lens / zoom  38mm - 114mm (3x) (dig. 2x)
focus / macro  auto / 50cm / 1cm
metering mode  
aperture  F3.5 - F4.3
white balance  auto / presets
shutter  auto / 1s - 1/1000s
exposure  +/- 2EV in 1/3EV steps
flash / mode  internal - 4 modes
viewfinder  lcd only
iso ratings  80/100/200/400/640
image size  2816×2112  / 2816×1872  / 2048×1536 / 1920×1080 / 1280×960 / 640x480
image format  jpeg
image compr.  
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 10s
video options  mpeg1 640x480 / (16.6fps | 30fps), video mail (160x112, 8.3 fps)
audio options  available
connectivity  usb 2.0 (high speed) / A/V
storage  58 MB internal, memory stick duo (pro)
Sony DSC-T9 links
Reviews for novices and shutterbugs
31Jan06 Sony DSC-T9 review at Quesabesde (es)
27Jan06 Sony DSC-T9 review at Steves-digicams
Reviews for shutterbugs and professionals
02Feb06 Sony DSC-T9 review at Imaging-Resource
12Dec05 Sony DSC-T9 review at DCResource
Introductions, previews and other reviews
01Feb06 Sony DSC-T9 review at DesignTechnica
News, guides, hints & tips
01Nov05 Sony DSC-T9 press summary
Forum discussions Sony Talk Forum  Sony Forum Sony Forum
Who can help me with this camera 

Sony DSC-T9 announcement clippings

The new six-megapixel DSC-T9 delivers more detailed images with significantly less blur and graininess than typical point-and-shoot cameras. Optical image stabilization reduces image blur from hand movement, while high light sensitivity helps to lessen blurriness resulting from low-light conditions. The end effect is better-focused, expressive images that look more like the way you see them, imitating the human eye.

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