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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
Sony CyberShot DSC-T33

1. Introduction

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T33 Review, Dimitrios Tolios, July 2005

Review based on a production Sony Cybershot DSC-T33 model

S/N: 4504055, firmware version 1.00

Introduction

Shortly after the CyberShot T3’s introduction, Sony decided to widen its ultra-compact digital camera range with yet another 5.1 MP model. The CyberShot DSC – T33 features a slim metal body which reassembles but still improves aesthetically the original design Sony introduced with the DSC – T1. Highlighted into the specifications sheet are the impressive 2.5” TFT screen and the 3x zoom Carl Zeiss Vario Tessar lens which does not protrude from the body while in use.

Sony clearly states in its site that the T-series cameras are designed as “Snap-shot” Cameras with ease of use as their primary trait. But given the high sensor specifications and the relatively high price, we would like to see if image quality and creative options are just as advanced.




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