When Sony announced their newest point-and-shoot digital camera, it really got people excited. The Sony Cybershot DSC-T2 is an exciting little camera, but it isn't that much different from its predecessors. One thing that does differentiate the T2 from the competition is the inclusion of 4 GB of internal memory. Read on for the full review of this digital camera.
Having internal memory in a digital camera can be both a blessing and a curse. Of course, it's nice to not have to mess around with memory cards, but sometimes you need to use separate memory cards (or memory sticks in the case of Sony) for different situations. One downfall of the Sony DSC-T2 is that, while it is compatible with Sony memory sticks, you cannot use these memory sticks until the internal memory of the camera is full.
Another downfall of the T2's internal memory is that you must use a proprietary cable to send pictures from the camera to your computer. This means that if you accidentally lose this cable, your pictures are "trapped" in the camera until you buy another cable. A more universal USB cable would have been a better choice for Sony to use with the T2.
Despite these minor downfalls, the Sony DSC-T2 is a great all-around compact digital camera that produces quality images in a speedy manner. This camera features an 8 megapixel sensor, 3x optical zoom, touch-screen interface, and face-detection technology. The Sony DSC-T2 became available in the US in the past two or three months.
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