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Sony Cybershot T20

The fashionista's favorite camera... and perhaps the photo lover's, too. The Sony T20 is a new ultra-stylish addition to Sony's Cybershot line of T model cameras. Similar to its big brother the T100, this camera has a slightly smaller LCD and le...

Grade: C Price: $0.00

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Sony CyberShot T30

Sony's CyberShot DSC-T30 won't shake, rattle, or roll your important moments, instead providing the perfect setup for flawless photos. The T30 has the stylistic flair of other Sony ultracompacts while coupling it with a high-powered 7.2 megapixel ...

Grade: C- Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot T300

Packed with cutting edge "intelligent" features, the Sony Cybershot T300 is the cream of the crop of new supercompacts. Leading the list are a 3.5-inch touch-sensitive LCD screen, an advanced face detection function that can recognize smiles and d...

Grade: C+ Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot T50

Sony keeps making these cameras, and they're all good, but we really think they need to vary their design a bit. The T50 is stylish and very attractive, but it looks just like every other Cybershot ultracompact Sony has released in the past year o...

Grade: C Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot T90

The Sony T90 is yet another stylish offering from one of the leading names in digital photography. A 4x optical zoom Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens with Optical SteadyShot image stabilization and high quality 12.1-megapixel resolution ensures that y...

Grade: F Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot T99

The T99 is yet another ultra-sleek model in the pricey Sony T series. This looks to be a pretty standard ultracompact shooter, circa 2010, with a 14 megapixel CCD sensor and run-of-the-mill 4x zoom lens. The 3-inch touchscreen certainly drives up ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot TX1

The Sony Cybershot TX1 is a challenge to Fuji's traditional strength: low-light performance. Poor low light performance is a perennial complaint for casual photographers, and the TX1 aims to resolve it with their Exmor R CMOS sensor, which they cl...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot W230

This model is one year old. It will still be a fine performer, but take a look the newer W330. It has a similar price, a little more power, and SD-card support. Here's what we had to say about the W230 last year:The Sony W230 is yet another stylis...

Grade: C+ Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot W290

Even though the Sony Cybershot W290 is not a blockbuster, revolutionary camera, Sony has done all they can to make it interesting, with some success. The unassuming ultracompact is outfitted with an array of appealing features that definitely make...

Grade: B- Price: $0.00

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Sony Cybershot W330

Replaced by the W530. Here's what we had to say back in early 2010:The W330 is pretty standard fare for a point-and-shoot circa 2010: 14.1 megapixels, 4x optical zoom, 3-inch LCD, a bunch of auto and preset-scene modes. The best part is the sleek,...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-shot W510

We always appreciate Sony W-series cameras for their stylish designs and consumer-friendly prices. The W510 looks like it'll carry on the tradition. It isn'tthe most fully-featured camera on the market, or even in the cheap point-and-shoot space, ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony Cyber-shot W560

Sony's W-series cameras are always stylish and versatile shooters for affordable prices, and the W560 is no exception. It isn't the most fully-featured camera on the market, but it's a great deal for the price. The W560's 25mm wide-angle, 4x optic...

Grade: B+ Price: $0.00

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Sony DSC-H200

Shoot with style and get close to the action with this feature-rich, 20.1 MP, 26x zoom camera. Keep everything blur-free with Optical SteadyShot image stabilization and even capture HD video. This well-rounded handheld also adds a 3" LCD for easy ...

Grade: B Price: $0.00

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Sony DSC-W710

Cameras for under $100 that can still take crisp images are rather hard to come by, but this Sony seems to do the trick. Retailing at $99 MSRP, this camera isn't as fast or crisp as more advanced Sony models, but the images are detailed and clear ...

Grade: B+ Price: $90.00