Which One Is Better between these Sony CyberShots?

Discussion in 'What Camera Should I Buy?' started by Arian, Aug 25, 2008.

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  1. Arian

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    1.Cyber-shot® T2 Digital Still Camera
    2.Cyber-shot® T70 Digital Still Camera
    3.Cyber-shot® T300 Digital Camera DSC-T300
    4.Cyber-shot® T77 Digital Camera
    5.Cyber-shot® T700 Digital Camera

    So Which is is better between these 5?
    Explain please thanks.
     
  2. usapatriot

    usapatriot Well-Known Member

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    Image quality wise they all appear to use the same sensor so image quality should be very similar between all the models. The newer models might have features that the older ones do not have.
     
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    isT700 the newest model?
     
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    The T77 and T700 were just announced a couple of weeks back.
     
  5. Arian

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    awsome!
    which is has better function tho ? ><
     
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    please tell me info
     
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    Andy Stanton Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Since the T77 and T700 have just been announced, there hasn't been enough time for them to generate reviews, so we don't know how they compare with the others. There doesn't seem to be much of a difference among the T70, T2 and T300.
     
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    hmm i want to get T700 is it out yet?
     
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