Sony Cybershot DSC-T100Digital Trends have reviewed the new Sony Cybershot DSC-T100. It features an 8 megapixel sensor, optical image stabilisation, a 5x optical zoom lens, and a large 3″ screen. The T100 is available for £259 from Amazon:

“The DSC-T100 easily slips into a pocket but make sure there’s no change or keys there to prevent scratching the 3-inch LCD screen on the back. The LCD takes up most of the rear real estate, as you’d imagine.”

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0 Responses to Sony Cybershot DSC-T100 Review

  1. Brian says:

    hi, i bought a sony cybershot dsc-t100 quite recently, and to be honest, i’m not happy with it at all. this camera is not very good at all, the battery life is poor, ignore what it says in the manual, battery lasts for an hour at the most, also, if there is no charge in the battery, then you can forget about connecting it to your computer as the usb lead provides no power to the device (WHAT THE HELL!?) this is unacceptable. now, for the main point, this camera is absolutely no good in doors, i recently tried to take pictures at a party and using all available settings i failed to produce even a single acceptable shot from this camera. i advise everyone to stay well clear of this camera, it’s really no good at all.

  2. Brian says:

    hi, i bought a sony cybershot dsc-t100 quite recently, and to be honest, i’m not happy with it at all. this camera is not very good at all, the battery life is poor, ignore what it says in the manual, battery lasts for an hour at the most, also, if there is no charge in the battery, then you can forget about connecting it to your computer as the usb lead provides no power to the device (WHAT THE HELL!?) this is unacceptable. now, for the main point, this camera is absolutely no good in doors, i recently tried to take pictures at a party and using all available settings i failed to produce even a single acceptable shot from this camera. i advise everyone to stay well clear of this camera, it’s really no good at all.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I also recently bought a T100 and love it, the battery lasts for days at a time. I have taken shots under all conditions and am very pleased with the results. Do you work for Canon by any chance? The USB cable does supply power as far as I know. I find it very user friendly also….

  4. Anonymous says:

    I also recently bought a T100 and love it, the battery lasts for days at a time. I have taken shots under all conditions and am very pleased with the results. Do you work for Canon by any chance? The USB cable does supply power as far as I know. I find it very user friendly also….

  5. Geoff says:

    I agree with anonymous, I recently got this camera and went out with it yesterday, using it from about midday to about 11 at night (alright maybe not using it the ENTIRE time, but 300 photos is roughly what it says in the manual and it apparently still has life in it), I’m really happy with the quality of the photos and how easy it is to take quick pictures.Not having any problems with the USB power, but then again I have a cradle I charge it on. The photos from the party were great, with both night and indoor pics coming out pretty much perfectly. The burst mode is great, especially when taking multiple pics of moving objects, there was almost no wait between shots.

  6. Geoff says:

    I agree with anonymous, I recently got this camera and went out with it yesterday, using it from about midday to about 11 at night (alright maybe not using it the ENTIRE time, but 300 photos is roughly what it says in the manual and it apparently still has life in it), I’m really happy with the quality of the photos and how easy it is to take quick pictures.Not having any problems with the USB power, but then again I have a cradle I charge it on. The photos from the party were great, with both night and indoor pics coming out pretty much perfectly. The burst mode is great, especially when taking multiple pics of moving objects, there was almost no wait between shots.

  7. Simon says:

    I just bought one of these as well, expecting that an 8.1mp camera would take amazing, super sharp photos. I have found that ALL of my photos when viewed at 100% on the computer are anything but sharp. Edges are wobbly and poorly defined. I have since returned the camera, hoping it was a fault, and recieved a replacement, which takes exactly the same quality photos. I’m chasing Sony to have it looked at, as I love everything else about the camera! I’m hoping perhaps it’s a bad batch of CCDs or something. If not, then I’ll have to look for another brand to replace it. I’d love to trade some pics with other owners to compare!

  8. Simon says:

    I just bought one of these as well, expecting that an 8.1mp camera would take amazing, super sharp photos. I have found that ALL of my photos when viewed at 100% on the computer are anything but sharp. Edges are wobbly and poorly defined. I have since returned the camera, hoping it was a fault, and recieved a replacement, which takes exactly the same quality photos. I’m chasing Sony to have it looked at, as I love everything else about the camera! I’m hoping perhaps it’s a bad batch of CCDs or something. If not, then I’ll have to look for another brand to replace it. I’d love to trade some pics with other owners to compare!

  9. Simon Saint says:

    Sorry, I should have logged in so anyone who can trade some pics for comparison can get in touch with me!Simon (from the comment above)

  10. Simon Saint says:

    Sorry, I should have logged in so anyone who can trade some pics for comparison can get in touch with me!Simon (from the comment above)

  11. Anonymous says:

    For Simon. Before I would be spending so much time with Sony looking for fault, I would put the camera on a stable surface and use the timer to test for sharp pictures. I would also use a tripod and the timer to test for sharpness. Hand holding such a small camera often introduces shake in spite of the stabilization. In fact, the other side of that coin is that perhaps you are holding the camera too steady. Image stabilization when turned on, “hunts” for movement. Just a couple of ideas,

  12. Anonymous says:

    For Simon. Before I would be spending so much time with Sony looking for fault, I would put the camera on a stable surface and use the timer to test for sharp pictures. I would also use a tripod and the timer to test for sharpness. Hand holding such a small camera often introduces shake in spite of the stabilization. In fact, the other side of that coin is that perhaps you are holding the camera too steady. Image stabilization when turned on, “hunts” for movement. Just a couple of ideas,

  13. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the tip about trying it without the image stabilization, anonymous. My experience was much the same as Simon’s. I loved everything about the camera but I wasn’t getting the same detail that I got previously with my Sony DSC-P100. I tried shutting off the image stabilization this morning and the images looked far more detailed.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for the tip about trying it without the image stabilization, anonymous. My experience was much the same as Simon’s. I loved everything about the camera but I wasn’t getting the same detail that I got previously with my Sony DSC-P100. I tried shutting off the image stabilization this morning and the images looked far more detailed.

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