Review posted for Sony T700!|
Zig Weidelich, The Imaging Resource
(Monday, November 17, 2008 - 15:46 EST)
The new flagship Sony T700 is one of the most attractive ultracompact digital cameras around, worthy of Sony's offer to engrave it for you.
But inside the Sony T700 is pretty impressive, too, with a Bionz processor, optical image stabilization, face detection that can tell an adult from a child, and smile technology that knows a grin from a laugh. Most impressive, however, is the Sony DSC-T700's four gigabytes of internal memory and the password-protected firmware that can manage the 1,500 medium resolution images that this unique digital camera can hold. You can sort by folder or date, but you can also just look for adults or children (or even infants) or just pictures with people smiling on the Sony Cyber-shot T700. And when you've found them, you can scrapbook them in the camera as easily as you can run a slideshow. And all of that can be displayed on your HDTV with an optional cable.
The Sony T700 isn't your typical digicam, but after using it for a few weeks, it certainly seems to get the picture. Not every image has to be printed, but it's nice to be able to pocket a year's worth of special events and play them on an HDTV. See our Sony T700 review for more!