Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-T500 Review

Posted: Jan 19 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:40pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

 
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Sony announced the DSC-T500 in August of 2008. Everything USB just published a review of the thin point and shoot camera.
Quote from the review: "Perched near the top of the ultra-slim T series line of digital still cameras, the Cyber-shot DSC-T500 is the camera of choice for the fashion conscious - stunning exterior design, competitive feature set, 720p HD video capture, a brilliant widescreen and touch interface, and the often-copied Sony folding lens. Has performance and ease-of-use been sacrificed unnecessarily in the interests of fashion? Or has Sony finally created the ultimate slim high resolution digicam? Read on to find out. Verdict: A stunning supermodel with a horrible personality, the Sony DSC-T500 is gorgeous to look at and an absolute bear to live with. The widescreen LCD is a real conversation-starter, but the lack of buttons hinders regular operation. Sony hits the mark for the digital lifestyle fashion accessory, but as a digicam, there are many better, cheaper, and similarly slim options. Casual users should generally be pleased with the performance, but serious shutterbugs should take a pass. "
Read the full Sony DSC-T500 review.

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