Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T20
Released February, 2007
The Pros:Reliably takes great portraits, no red eyes or focus problems. Image stabilization works very well, creates a sharp picture every time. Sexy slim design, looks very sleek and impressive.
The Cons:Built-in memory is extremely small, need to add memory right away. Colors aren't very rich, things are a bit washed out.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T20 is a discontinued, mid-range, 8.1MP compact digital camera. Available in four colors, the camera features a very slim design, but only 3x optical zoom. SteadyShot image stabilization reduces blur, face detection technology brightens faces while reducing glare, and creative effects can be added in the camera itself after a shot is taken.
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The DSC-T20 contains 31 MB of internal memory, allowing it to store hundreds of images without a flash memory card. The camera features a 2.5" sunlight-viewable LCD screen, and shoots video in 640x480. An HD output enables high-resolution image slideshows on an HDTV.
- 8.1 megapixels
- 3x Carl Zeiss lens
- 2.5" LCD
- Super HAD (Hole Accumulated Diode) CCD design
- SteadyShot image stabilization
- Clear RAW noise reduction
- Face detection
- Memory Stick Duo/PRO Duo slot
- 9-point auto focus
- 15x Smart Zoom (digital)
- D-range optimization
- HD output
- HD slideshow support
- 31MB internal memory
- 640x480, 30fps video capture
- 2 1/4" thick
- 5.5 oz (with battery, memory card)
User Reviews (1)
reliably takes great portraits, no red eyes or focus problems
image stabilization works very well, creates a sharp picture every time
sexy slim design, looks very sleek and impressive
LCD is great looking, easy to find the subject and frame it right
easy to pick up and start using right away, not complicated at all
no delay between pressing the button and the shutter releasing, nice response
built-in memory is extremely small, need to add memory right away
colors aren't very rich, things are a bit washed out
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