Sony Cybershot DSC-T11 Versus DSC-T1 Review

Posted: May 21 2004, 9:02am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:33pm CDT, in I4U Gadget Reviews


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The Sony Cybershot DSC-T11 5 Mega-Pixel Digital Camera was announced on April 14th. It is the World's thinnest 5 Mega Pixel Digital Camera to date.
It is only available in Japan.

Dynamism sent us the Sony DSC-T11 to take a closer look and compare it to the DSC-T1. Sony also introduced a black version of the DSC-T1 again also just for the Japanese market. So Japan has two more choices when it comes to the DSC-T1. The Gadget Divide in action!

The DSC-T11 production is actually onhold right now due to possible problem with the pearl-white coating. When it gets scratched the color can rub off. See Sony announcement (japanese). Production should start again in 1 month.

Quote from the Review
" The Sony Cybershot DSC-T11 is technically the same as the Sony DSC-T1 we reviewed earlier this year. Sony managed to create an even thinner casing for the Sony DSC-T11. The DSC-T11 is 17.3mm thick, where the Sony DSC-T1 is 21mm. Sony achieved this through removing the attached lens shield - big trick. The DSC-T11 sports a more fashion oriented look compared to the the DSC-T1 is featuring a more techie look."
Read the Full Review.

You can buy the Sony DSC-T11 and the Black DSC-T1 at Japanese Gadget Exporter Dynamism.

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