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Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 7.2MP Digital Camera with 3x Optical Steady Shot Zoom (Black)

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  • 7.2-megapixel CCD captures enough detail for photo-quality 15 x 20-inch prints
  • 3x optical zoom with Super SteadyShot stabilization; 2.5-inch LCD display
  • High sensitivity (ISO 1000) settings, less color washout
  • Slide Show viewing with select music playback
  • Powered by a lithium-ion battery; stores images on Memory Stick memory cards (includes 56MB internal memory)
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Technical Details

Color: Black
  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: DSCT10/B
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 7.2 MP
  • Optical zoom: 3 x
  • Display Size: 2.5 inches
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 2.2 x 0.8 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000H96C3S
  • Item model number: DSCT10/B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,410 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 8, 2006

Product Description

Color: Black

From the Manufacturer

The Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 packs more great features into a sleek metallic case about the size of a credit card--including 7.2 MP resolution for more detail in big prints and tight crops, top-quality Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 3x Optical Zoom lens for superb image quality, and Real Imaging Processor circuitry for quick camera response to capture fast-moving subjects.

Doubly Effective in Reducing Blur
With the Sony Super SteadyShot Optical Image Stabilization system to help prevent blurred images, you can shoot indoors without flash to preserve the mood. High sensitivity (ISO 1000) lets you shoot at higher shutter speed to catch fast action--and the Sony Clear RAW Noise Reduction system counters the noise associated with higher ISO, so you can shoot effectively in museums and religious sites where flash may not be permitted.

Big-Screen Slide Shows and Stamina Battery Power
With its large 2.5-inch Clear Photo LCD Plus screen, the DSC-T10 lets you create in-camera slide shows with select background music playback, to put on a show for friends and family. And with high-stamina InfoLithium battery, you'll have up to 250 pictures--a whole weekend of shooting.

The Sony Cybershot T10
The Sony Cybershot is small in size, measuring approximately 3 1/2 x 2 1/8 x 3/4 inches.
Ultra-Slim Credit-Card Dimensions
With sleek metallic case, the DSC-T10 fits anywhere, travels with ease, and captures spectacular color images in a style all its own--so you can always have great little Sony Cyber-Shot camera on hand to save your memories.

7.2-Megapixel Super HAD CCD
Another step up in megapixel performance gives you greater detail for making large prints or cropping in tightly on your subject--with the advanced Sony Super HAD (Hole Accumulated Diode) CCD design, more light passes to each pixel for increased sensitivity and reduced noise.

The Sony Cybershot T10
A gyroscope and shift lens help prevent image blur.
Super SteadyShot Optical Image Stabilization
The Sony Super SteadyShot system detects camera movement and sends correcting signals to a stabilization lens to prevent image blur and reduce the effect of camera shake--an advantage when shooting with such a small camera.

Higher Sensitivity
Sometimes flash can change the mood--so the DSC-T10 provides high sensitivity (ISO 1000) for excellent low-light shots at higher shutter speed and for capturing images in museums or religious sites where flash may not be permitted. The Sony Clear RAW Noise Reduction system counters the picture noise traditionally associated with high ISO.

Carl Zeiss 3x Optical/2x Precision Digital Zoom
An ingenious lens design provides 3x Optical Zoom capability in amazingly compact camera dimensions--and even at full zoom the lens doesn't project beyond the camera body, preserving the ultra-slim styling of the DSC-T10.

Capture Images In-Camera
With 56 MB Internal Memory, the DSC-T10 allows you to shoot photos without a flash memory card--so you can always get your shot even if you forgot your card. From internal memory, you can easily transfer your images to Memory Stick Duo media, upload to your computer or make prints on your digital printer.

Adjustable Clear Photo LCD Plus Screen
With its Clear Photo LCD Plus design, the DSC-T10's big, bright 2.5-inch screen raises the standard for built-in, on-screen picture viewing--and gives you adjustable brightness to images look better even in bright sunlight.

Slide Show with Select Music Playback
The DSC-T10 lets you view in-camera images in Slide Show sequence, with one-button operation, selectable transition effects and up to four music background tracks that make it more entertaining to share your memories with family and friends. You can even use supplied Picture Package Music Transfer software to add your own favorite music.

Versatile Color Modes
The DSC-T10 gives you greater creative freedom to adjust color mode for the creative results you want--with new Natural setting for subtle colors and Vivid setting for more intense colors, in addition to Standard, Monochrome and Sepia color settings.

Stamina Power
A supplied NP-FT1 InfoLithium rechargeable battery lets you shoot up to 250 pictures3 on a full charge, recharges quickly and easily, and shows you about how much shooting time remains.

14x Smart Zoom Feature (at VGA Resolution)
The Cybershot DSC-T10 intelligently "crops into" the central portion of interest in your photo without sacrificing full CCD resolution--avoiding the image degradation of other digital zooms.

Real Imaging Processor LSI
To improve camera response and extend battery life, the Sony Real Imaging Processor LSI (Large Scale Integrated) circuit decreases shutter lag, improves picture quality and clarity, and increases battery stamina.

Memory Stick Duo Media
The DSC-T10 has a built-in slot for optional Memory Stick Duo media that provides ultra-compact, high-capacity shooting and recording.

Picture Motion Browser Software
Supplied software makes it easier to upload, organize and search photos on your PC--and provides a convenient map view function to help with sorting images, as well.

What's in the box
Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 digital camera, rechargeable InfoLithium battery (NPFT1), battery charger (BC-CS3), wrist strap, software CD-ROM, and AV, USB, and DC-in multi-connector cables (Note: No Memory Stick media or adapters are included.)

Product Description

The powerful and stylish Cyber-shot(R) DSC-T10 digital camera from Sony is perfect for holding on to life's unexpected moments. Its 7.2 Megapixel Super HAD(TM) CCD imager captures spectacular, true-to-life digital pictures. Plus, with an enhanced ISO 1000 rating, you can be sure to enjoy realistic images with impressive clarity and precise image reproduction. Sony's Dual Blur Free Technology, including Super SteadyShot(R) image stabilization system, compensates for hand shake and jitter while shooting, helping to recreate a sharper digital image. Anti-reflective 2.5 Hybrid Clear Photo LCD Plus also offers the freedom to shoot from any angle without distortion or light interference. Capture more with optional Memory Stick(R) Duo media. Camera also has 56MB internal memory for out-of-the-box or emergency use. Choose from eleven Photo Modes, including Beach , Landscape , or High Sensitivity for blur-free capturing of fast moving scenes. Experience the style and performance of Sony's Cyber-shot(R) DSC-T10 digital camera for your life and style. 56MB Internal Memory - If you forget to bring your Memory Stick(R) Duo media along, don't worry! Capture and store your images directly with the DSC-T10's internal memory though we strongly urge that a 1GB card is recommended for practical use Image Slideshow with Music 3x Optical Zoom (6x Precision Digital Zoom) Folded Path System; Smart Zoom (14x Shooting in VGA video mode) with Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Lens F3.5-4.3, 38-114mm (35mm equivalent) Real Imaging Processor Direct Slideshow Button MPEG Movie VX (Standard/ Fine) Multi-Point AF/Center-Weighted AF/Spot AF/ Single AF/Monitoring AF 16 - 9 Display Mode

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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By mjlnyc on November 27, 2006
Color Name: Silver
The T10 has a great design and feels very well built. It is tiny but feels quite solid in the hand. The on-off mechanism (you flip the built in lens cover down and up) is undeniably cool, and the camera is very speedy both when you turn it on and from pic to pic. On paper it sounds like a great social situation/party ultracompact camera. Small enough to always have with you, ISO to 1000, optical image stabilization for shaky hands. Unfortunately the specs don't tell the whole story. In situations where there is plenty of light I think the T10 takes nice sharp pictures. However indoors you have 2 options: turn off the flash and increase the ISO - this often results in blurry, grainy pics above ISO 400 (the 800 and 1000 ISO settings are not very useful), OR use the flash and get washed-out faces with glowing demon eyes despite using the red-eye reduction mode. The flash is too bright and doesn't adjust it's output according to the situation. The red-eye is a real problem as it is in every pic of a person or pet and very pronounced and hard to get rid of in post-processing. Another negative is the movie mode. It works OK in bright light, although I wasn't super impressed with the picture quality. However in dim light the camera doesn't increase increase its ISO and you can't use the flash during a movie, so many of my movies came out really grainy and dark-looking. You might think it a plus to be able to zoom during movie mode - but when you do this the camera keeps changing its focus, even on objects that are fairly still, so you get a disconcerting intermittent blurriness in your movies. Finally, I thought the battery life was MUCH shorter than Sony claims it to be.Read more ›
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61 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Hawaiiensis on November 14, 2006
Color Name: Black
sony is lame. i agree. they'e inexplicably expensive, provide terrible or non-existant customer service, produce equipment that has major faults, and only support their own proprietary formats and accessories so if you lose a cord or want to increase your memory card, you have to give them even more $.

that said, this camera is amazing, and you should buy one.

1. the small size of this camera makes it a non-decision as to whether to bring it with you, which is a major defect of most larger cameras. look at it this way: if you are not a photographer, you will likely never bring that big camera with you on simple outings, and will probably not even take it out of its case unless a really good photo op happens. so you will spend the same amount of $ on a much better camera that you will never really use. this camera fits in my shirt pocket, and comes everywhere with me.

2. The "magnifying glass" mode on the sony t-series camera cannot be beat except with a much larger, more expensive SLR camera. believe me, i am a botanist and this camera takes such good pictures of flowers that you can see the grains of pollen, in relief. this camera can see better that you can.

3. sony is not the only lame electronics manufacturer.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Ryan Dacca on December 26, 2006
Color Name: Black
I've noticed a few reviews here mentioning problems that are either inherent in ultra-compact digital cameras or must be inaccurate. My first advise to anyone buying a digital camera is to really think about what the most likely circumstances will be when you'll want your camera with you. If you're looking only for excellent image quality, don't even bother with an ultra-compact camera, you will only be disappointed. If you want a camera that you can put in your pocket and take anywhere and can be used in a variety of different conditions, the Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 is an excellent choice.

I think this is an excellent point-and-shoot camera. The form factor is perfect, it's about the same size as my (now defunct) RAZR cell phone, which means this camera is incredibly thin. You can slide the cover down and make simple adjustments like turning the flash off and take a picture with one hand if you need to, something you can't do with the T50 because of the touch screen. This camera is also thinner than the T50. I love the flip-down front on this camera, you aren't going to find a camera that will get from your pocket to taking a picture faster than this camera. This camera is also very well made, surprisingly so, in fact. It feels very solid and nothing on this camera looks or feels cheap or delicate in any way.

I have had no problems with red-eye reduction on this camera as someone else has mentioned. The flash on this camera is very powerful, and if you're taking any close-up shots of people in dim lighting you'll probably want to change the flash to the lowest setting and make sure you have selected the red-eye reduction mode in the setup menu (it is turned off by default).

There are a few "issues" with this camera.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Dale Whitehead on September 29, 2006
Color Name: Silver
I recently purchased this camera to replace my aging 3.2mp Canon Elph. After 2 weeks of picture taking, I'm very happy with it. The steady shot feature is very helpful to thos of us who drink too much caffiene on a regular basis, the pictures are very clear and it's an easy camera to use. The big selling point for me was the portability, it's an easy fit in your front or back pocket! And mine did come with a manual, so maybe they added it after initial release.
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