Sony Cybershot DSC-T9 Review From PC Magazine

PC Magazine has finished the Sony Cybershot DSC-T9 review today. They gave it 3.5/5 which is a good rating. I currently own the DSC-T5 and the H1 cameras by Sony and both are really great. I just received the Sony H1 a few days ago so I will have my own personal review of this camera up as soon as I have used it more. The DSC-T5 is a great camera because I am able to carry it around in my pocket and almost forget that it is even there. That is why I am sure that the DSC-T9 is even better since it has the higher megapixels while maintaining the sleek and thin body. It also has a nice boost of internal memory (58MB) over the DSC-T5 which is always nice to have because you never know when you won’t have room for that last picture. Of course, being a new camera and all, the $499 price tag can make you a little weary. I was able to catch a deal at Dell for my DSC-T5 for $250!

The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 is a super-thin stylish 6MP digital camera that will be sure to get you noticed in a crowd. There are a few issues, but for the most part, it’s a solid buy.

2.5-inch LCD. Very sleek and stylish. Very good picture quality.

Lens distortion. Slightly confusing menus. Pricey.

Read The Review: PC Magazine