DCRP Review: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T1
by Jeff Keller, DCRP Founder/Editor
Last Updated: April 12, 2004

You read our review of this camera, right?

The photographs below were taken at default settings, with the ISO fixed at 100. The image quality and resolution were at their highest levels.

Photos 1-3 were taken in my lovely housing development. Look, open space! But how long will it stay that way?

Photos 4-8 were taken in the Napa Valley.

Photos 9-12 were taken in Chinatown.

Photos 13-14 are from the Financial District (more or less). Bonus points if you know where.

Photo 15 was taken at the parents' house.

Clicking on the thumbnail will display a reduced, 800 x 600 image. Clicking on the link below that will show the full-size (large!) image. Please do not judge the photo quality from any image except for the full-size image, as these smaller images were recompressed when they were downsized.

I've noted any special modes I used underneath the photo. You can click on "View EXIF data" to get additional information about each photo. 


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Cats just have it so tough, don't they?

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