Sony DSC-T90 Review

Posted: Aug 27 2009, 4:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:59pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

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The Sony DSC-T90 got announced in February. Our review partner Digital Trends tested the T90 and published this review.
Quote from the review: "We love running around during the summer - the beach, ball games, family gatherings, eating out - the usual stuff. In the heat, however, it's no fun lugging around a hefty DSLR with several lenses. That's why compact point-and-shoot cameras like the 12-megapixel T90 continue to sell well in this moribund economy. Sony and Canon execs both claim camera and camcorder sales remain relatively strong. After all, taking photos and video clips is an integral part of people's lives (post to your Facebook page or YouTube recently?) and people want their cameras with them all of the time.
Since cell phone camera quality is still pathetic, the point-and-shoot digicam lives! And the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T90 is as easy to carry and use as you'd wish. Now let's see if it's worth the $260 it costs in the real world."
Read the full Sony DSC-T90 Review.

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