Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T3 Review - The World's Thinnest 5MP Camera

Posted: Nov 29 2004, 5:05am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:13pm CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

 
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T3 Review - The World's Thinnest 5MP Camera
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We had the pleasure to be the first to review the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T1, when it came out in Japan. We also reviewed the Japan-only Sony DSC-T11, when it came out. Thanks to our friends at Dynamism, we are able to continue the tradition to review the World's Thinnest 5MP Digital Camera from Sony.

The DSC-T3 is thinner than the DSC-T1 through a design change of the lens-cover.

Dynamism sent us the black version of the Sony DSC-T3, that is only available in Japan. Sony made a strange move a couple weeks ago pulling back the launch of the Sony Cyber-shot T3 in the USA. The silver version of the DSC-T3 is shipping in Europe and of course in Japan. The US is officially left with the Sony DSC-T1. Although there are several small online stores that offer the DSC-T3 in the USA.

Read my review below to see if the T3 is actually is better than the T1.
Read the Full DSC-T3 Review (many photos, sample shots and more.)




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