Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T5 ReviewPosted on 2005-09-15 00:33:11 by LSDsmurf
Modeled in the same sleek style as preceding Sony Cyber-shot T-series models, the DSC-T5 is ultra thin and compact, like a small makeup case. The camera's thin profile is chic and attractive, with smooth panels and very few protrusions. A horizontal sliding lens cover is a unique twist on the typical lens cover design, and doubles as a finger rest when open. The T5 has a vertical lens design (similar to what we've seen on Minolta's Dimage X series digital cameras), which eliminates any lens protrusion on the front panel. With its diminutive size, the DSC-T5 is definitely pocket friendly and travel-worthy. The biggest feature on the DSC-T5 is its large, 2.5-inch color LCD monitor, which takes up most of the camera's rear panel. Though small, and ultimately a point-and-shoot style digital camera, the DSC-T5 doesn't skimp on features, offering a 3x optical zoom lens with a range of focus options, a 5.1-megapixel CCD for high-resolution images, and a host of preset shooting modes and exposure options. Read on at Imaging Resource to learn more about this 5.1 megapixel digital camera from Sony.
Link: Imaging Resource