Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T33 Digital Camera

I continue to loath Sony’s constant switching of Memory Stick formats and refusal to switch to the widely available (and cheaper) SD format, but it’s hard to ignore when they make a solid point and shoot offering. The DSC-T33 may be interesting to PSP owners because they both use the Memory Stick DUO format. Imaging Resource recently gave the camera positive marks.
From the Imaging Resource review: “The Sony DSC-T33 is one of Sony’s latest subcompact Cyber-shot models, quite similar to the original T1, and the new ultra-thin T7. A little lighter and slightly bigger, than the T7, the Sony T33 is still a full-featured digital camera, with a 5 megapixel CCD, a 3x optical zoom lens, a huge 2.5-inch LCD screen, and a full complement of options such as variable ISO settings, color saturation, contrast, and sharpness adjustments. Automatic exposure control offers point-and-shoot ease, with a handful of scene modes for more difficult shooting situations. Packaged with a camera dock for quick USB connection to a computer, the Sony T33 offers exceptional portability and a great selection of features. Read the review below for the details, but if you’re looking for a compact and very functional five-megapixel digicam for a little less, the Sony DSC-T33 should be on your list.”
Read the Sony DSC-T33 review

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