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Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 8.1MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom with Super Steady Shot Image Stabilization (Silver)
Sony Cybershot DSC-T200 8.1MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Zoom with Super Steady Shot Image Stabilization (Silver)
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing Photos and Touchscreen Trumps Minor Flaws!, September 20, 2007
This camera is amazing! It takes great photos and the 3.5" widescreen touchscreen is very fun and functional at the same time (let the jealousy begin!). I have had no problems selecting options and such with the touchscreen with my finger or the little "stylus" attachment that comes with the camera that attaches to the wriststrap. I was very impressed with the Slideshow mode, which has different style and music options for you to choose (e.g: the "nostalgia" mode plays photos in sepia toning and has slower music). Slideshows also look great when you connect the camera to a a TV. There is also a fun option that lets you draw and put stamps onto photos that you take. Even though I love the camera, there are a few issues that made me give it only 4 stars. The first is that the screen is not very sharp when you are taking photos. In comparison to a Canon Powershot 750 (3" non-widescreen), the viewfinder is a lot more blurry and pixilated, although the photos become much more clear in photo preview mode. I've read that the T200's widescreen has the same amount of pixels as the old T100 3" screen, so maybe this explains the blurriness. Another issue is that as a touchscreen, fingerprints get all over the screen and dust tends to collect at the edges of the screen. Since the back of the camera is all screen (which is awesome), this makes it sometimes awkward to hold the camera when shooting (while also trying to avoid fingers blocking the lens). I used to hold my old Canon a certain way and I had to adopt a whole new way to avoid touching the screen while shooting. I've noticed the screen is easily cleaned though, so it isn't too big a deal if it gets smudgy. Overall, this is a devastatingly stylish camera that you may have to guard with your life when friends come by!

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