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This model is a letdown by Sony. Not worth the price. zoom is very less (3x) and you cannot zoom in too much, its a let down. Only good thing is it has big preview screen. the picture quality is good. ALso the quality of pictures taken of moving objects is good. Comes with decent case. The chargers are bulky ones.
Big preview screen has reduced the battery life drastically. Since it is compact it tends to slip while handling.
What a dissapointment,Sony have let themselves and the public down with this model.There are not many things that impressed me with this model but here they are,ok,firstly its small and handy enough to fit in your pocket, a similar size to a large wallet perhaps and it does have a very large screen for such a small camera.I do like the look of the camera from the back.Also the battery life was pretty impressive but that's about it.
The things i don't like about this camera is that from the front it looks cheap in my opinion.Dont even bother attempting to take photo's in poor light conditions especially the dark as you are just wasting your time, most of them come out bad.They are not much better indoors either,they tend to come out a bit blurry.I have seen much better quality shots on cheaper camera's than this one so in my view this is poor value for money!!!
Clarity is everything when it comes to photography and as the new Sony Cyber-shot T3 features Clear Photo LCD technology you can be sure of crystal-clear viewing and framing every time. The high quality 2.5-inch LCD panel covers two thirds of this super-compact camera's back surface area and has a higher contrast, resolution and brightness, as well as an enlarged color range for fine picture detail thanks to the latest Sony engineering. What's more it also features a 5.1 effective Megapixel Super HAD CCD. Quality pictures need quality lenses too and picture excellence is assured with the camera's Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with 3x optical zoom. All this is housed in the most slender of stainless steel bodies and is powered by the unique Sony Real Imaging Processor.