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Sony Cybershot DSC-T10
Sony Cybershot DSC-T10

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Sony Cybershot DSC-T10

Editor's Review

Much like the T30 before it, the Sony Cybershot T10 provides photographers with a satisfying feature set in an eye-catching body. The T10 is available in classic silver, black, pink, and white, perfect for coordinating with outfits and other accessories. The T10 is the quintessential party shooter, thin enough to fit in a pocket and forget about, but ready in an instant when needed. The Super SteadyShot Optical Image Stabilization also makes sure that your shots come out crisp and clear, even if you're not so steady yourself.

Specifications

  • 7.2 megapixels
  • 3x optical zoom
  • Auto focus and exposure
  • JPEG file format
  • Movie mode with sound
  • ISO 80-1000
  • 2.5-inch LCD
  • Memory Stick storage (56MB internal)
  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Release Date: Aug 01, 2006

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Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 Reviews

Sony Cybershot DSC-T10 Reviews by Digital Camera-HQ Users

  • 4.0 out of 5
Purse Camera (Julieanna Crynolyn — 02/13/2009)

My "little" camera. Great for fitting in my purse or pocket when going places that I don't want to bring the big gun to.

  • 5.0 out of 5
AAAAAAWWWWWWEEEEESSSSSSOOOOOOMMMMMEEEEE!!!!!!!!! (Michelle — 04/27/2008)

this camera is awesome i like the touch screen and the smile shuter that auto maticly takes the subjects picture when the subject smile and the paint thing that you can ddecorate the pic What a great camera

  • 4.0 out of 5
Best Purchase for First Time Digital Camera Owner (Meagan — 12/23/2007)

I am not a picky or negative buyer. I like to focus on the positive and remember that what I buy is not going to be perfect. There are always going to be things that could make a product better and I know that manufacturers aren't going to get eveything right (Otherwise they would be freaks of nature).
The Sony Cyber-shot Super SteadyShot DSC-T10 has been a great camera for me. This is the first Digital Camera I have owned and I love it. When I bought it my only request was that I have a camera that was easy to operate and gave me steady shots without the use of a tripod; it has done that for me. It takes clear pictures even when shaking around like you're on a bucking bull.
The downsides are that there are mysterious white spots in some of the pictures (dust particles I have learned) and the red eye reduction doesn't always work. But the mysterious white spots don't bother me much, and there are so many ways to reduce and elliminate red eye at developer locations or on the computer that red eye isn't an issue.
This camera does it for me and I have great memories to prove it!

  • 2.0 out of 5
Red Eye (Sherm — 10/30/2007)

I loved this camera at first. Until I realized that the red eye problems were not because I didn't know how to use the camera. I have a young child and this camera is not useful for any flash photos of people. I will never buy another cybershot and will recommend to anyone listening-DO NOT BUY THIS CAMERA!

  • 1.0 out of 5
shocking camera, multiple failures, crap when using flash (Greg — 05/26/2007)

This has got to be the worst camera made by Sony, mine has has to be repaired twice already and the unit has these terrible white spots on photos taken with the flash (this is supposedly not a problem according to Sony!!!!!) Dont buy, go for a Canon or basically any other brand that might give a s—t about there products.

  • 1.0 out of 5
White Spots (kathy — 05/03/2007)

At first I was very glad with my T10. I was amazed when I got actions shots that were clear. Taking pictures with children running around and jumping with clear pictures were great, until I discovered that there were some shots that have this mysterious white spots. I thought my lens might have been just dirty. Until I tried to search the internet to find out that this is a common problem with the T10. Thanks to this site I discovered that this was due to the dust particles in the air that got reflected by the flash. According to the sony website this is not a malfunction. My sentiments on this is .... Does that mean I will have to check everytime if there will be dust particles in the air before I take a shot? How come other camera brands do not have this problem? Do not tell me that there are no dust in the air everytime we take a shot using other cameras. This is actually very disappointing from Sony. I was actually expecting that they have a very good quality product. But to allow something like a white spot in some pictures to get away and just post that this is not a malfunction, is very very disappointing. We saw a sample of T9 and it was great so we thought T10 would be much better. We should have stick to our original decision to get a T9. Better yet, we should have stick to our old brand.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Red Eye monster (Leonette — 04/09/2007)

I have had this camera for 4 months and I am at the point where I am exhausted from having to go back to my pictures and clean up the red eyes. I called sony for some help and the technician told me that the red eye is from being to close and to tell my subjects not to look into the camera. He could not even tell me how close is too close! I usally take pictures from 4-6 feet away and all my other cameras worked great from that distance. I bought the camera to be the quick point and shoot camera that it is. So I hate to spend so much time cleaning up my images. I have had great results with cybershot cameras that I owned in the past- but I am sorely disappointed with this one. If you were unfortunate enough to buy this camera then you will be restricted to (great) landscape phots and candid shots.

  • 4.0 out of 5
luxury design / incredibly fragile (Sim-1 — 03/27/2007)

it is a wonderful piece of artifact but, the japanese model (which I own) doesn't have the english language menu...and his bug on monitor image disappearing after a couple of weeks using it, it is not recognized abroad as a free replacement fix. :-\

  • 4.0 out of 5
would be excellent if I knew which mode worked best (christabel — 03/09/2007)

This camera is a great!!!When my sister uses it she never gets red eyes but for some reason when I use it it does not get great results indoors..maybe because I have small children and they like to switch the modes.

  • 1.0 out of 5
Lousy Quality!!! (Eternity — 02/24/2007)

I own a white T10 and strange grey dots appeared below the coating of the slider after using for a month. Those dots can't be felt so it couldn't be scratches as what the technician claimed to be. After changing the slider, those dots appeared again after 2 months. He said those dots are caused by the pouch which is totally ridiculous as i use sony cybershot pouch. I spent $800+ buying the camera and its accessories and I am totally disappointed in sony which promises stylish and quality products. I'll discourage anyone from buying sony's products.

  • 3.0 out of 5
Nice one (Hemant kumar — 02/20/2007)

I am using this camera since last 3 months.
I have captured more than 2000 snaps from this,
only red eye is a problem with this.
otherwise it is best.

  • 1.0 out of 5
The money wastage (Yogesh — 01/24/2007)

the sony t10 is an absolute disappointment in terms of its picture quality, extreme red eyes, blurry pictures and terrible photos in the night. i spent a good lot of money on this camera and believe me; my first camera i bought for mere INR 2K was much better in terms of results. This camera has really made me full of regrets on my decision. Please do not buy this at all.

  • 3.0 out of 5
Bad blur, bad nighttime pics (Ray — 01/21/2007)

For daytime pics, this camerais excellent. The video capabilities are great and battery life is also great. The main problem in white spots on some pics, bad blurring, and lowsy nightime photos. Look for cameras w/image stabilizer instead of this...

  • 5.0 out of 5
Mine has no red-eye what so ever!! (Jon — 01/18/2007)

Ive had my sony T10 for 3 weeks now and have had no problems with taking pictures outside or inside. I was worried to get it after reading reviews that mentioned this camera produces red-eye, but it was already being delivered to my home. All the pictures i have taken have come out crisp and clear, i don't even get those white spots that some people have mentioned. If you want a great camera that's also a good price go for this one, mines been perfect!

  • 3.0 out of 5
Terribe Red Eye Ruins Everything (EV — 01/17/2007)

This is such a horrible camera to own. Every person has a obvious red eye problem. All my pictures are ruined. You have to slide the opening to take a shot. Without any case, it keeps slipping open and now the camera lense is scratched. All my photos turned out blurry. It's too easy to accidentally have your finger cover the lense. argh

  • 1.0 out of 5
RED EYE Alert Plus Blurry (EV — 01/17/2007)

Every picture with a person has red eye. I cannot understand why a camera so expensive and well receieved could allow this error. No matter the time of day the red eye still attacks. All my photos came out super blurry and fuzzy. My fingers block the ill-placed lense. I have to open and close the lense cover all the time. If you leave it in your purse without a case, the lense cover will magically open. This happened so many times that my lense got scratched. Don't listen to the hype and reviews. This is one camera that loves to chew your pictures with Red Eyes.

  • 4.0 out of 5
Good camera (dr vidit mathur — 01/10/2007)

i have using it for last 2 months results are good
easy to use

  • 5.0 out of 5
The Best (raymond — 01/08/2007)

After trying to find a replacement camera and after many different opinions from sales persons and after exchanging five different cameras I selected the sony t10, no competition as far as I was concerned. Everything was there, the price the quality, the simpleness of the camera I was hooked. I would tell you try all the cameras until you find what suits you, the image stabilisation is just great and pictures clear and crisp, also navigating is really easy, I am a 100% SATISFIED CLIENT !!!

  • 1.0 out of 5
white spots, blur & red-eye (Natalie — 01/05/2007)

I've had this camera for 2 weeks. Unfortunately I used it for all my Christmas photos. Most photos have white spots from the flash (75%). When flash his not in use, white spots don't appear. Problems with blurry pictures, even with it's so-called "super steady shot" which would tell me there was too much camera vibration even when it was sitting on something! Terrible red eye problems as well. Will be returning to Best Buy even though I will have to pay their unbelievable 15% (over $50) restocking fee.

  • 2.0 out of 5
red-eye and white circles (Becky — 01/01/2007)

I thought this would be a great camera since it is small and sleek and quick to use. I took it to a wedding yesterday and all the indoor pics had extreme red-eye and some pics had white circles which happened the other day too. Its aweful and ruins the pictures. The red-eye is not correctable in sony program b/c it just makes their eyes gray. I'm returning it a.s.a.p!

  • 1.0 out of 5
Return it and get a sony T9 (l torrey — 12/29/2006)

I purchased the T10 to replace the T9 I gave to my daughter. What a shock, the camera is terrible!!! The photos are very soft in focus and the indoor photos are extremely grainy. I also experienced the mysterious white circles on some of my photos. This was the third cy-bershot I have owned. I returned it to best buy and found an old T9 and I'm so happy with the sharpness of my photos and the overall quality improvements. Find yourself a T9!!!

  • 1.0 out of 5
Sony T-10 - They are selling rubbish (jose miguel — 12/27/2006)

My girlfriend just gave me for my bithday a T-10 and I can say as many other reviewers here how frustrated i am with the camera. I have sent an email to sony saying to them the problem everybody has .... RED EYES, but not red eyes. It's incredible, people in the photos look like living in HELL. If flash is off, DONT MOVE, because phantoms will appear... sony sony .... what have you done???

  • 2.0 out of 5
what a shame for sony !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (ahmed besheer — 12/26/2006)

i was attracted to this camera because of its size, that i can through it in my pocket anywhere and as an upgrade in megapixel for my ex sony one which was 5 megapixel but really was awsome. so, this t10 really dissapointed me ,as all my indoor photos had lot of white spots everywhere, i changed it maybe 4 or 5 times by same model, but same problem always. iwas really dissapointed and i compared its photos with my old one. oooohhh, what a difference. at last i sold it after 4 month and i lost about 35% of my money.
pleeeeeeaaaaase don't buy this camera

  • 5.0 out of 5
My best digital camera is a Sony Cybershot T10 (Robert Palmer — 12/23/2006)

SD card cameras are useless when it
repeatedly shows error message.This was my pass problem
Ever since I use Sony memory stick and I have no problem and even works with my PSP.
Does produce several very nice pictures and I love the Lens that does not extend like others do.So far this is my best digital camera.

  • 2.0 out of 5
RED EYE RUINS THIS CAMERA (JIM — 12/18/2006)

Almost every picture that is shot with flash (red eye reduction or not) the person as red eye. It is extremely frustrating. I have had other slim cameras and did not have this problem. It is defective in my view. Do not buy this camera.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Amazing...without the Red Eye. (Scott — 12/17/2006)

I just purchased this camera a few days ago and have taken at least 500 shots! It is amazing indoors and out. I have read the articles here on the extreme red eye and I have to say, I have taken tons of pictures inside....with and without the flash and haven't experienced any red eye... I even after reading these articles took a few shots of myself in the dark and I could actually see the color of my eyes come through and they are dark...NO RED at all??? Anyway...this camera has produced amazing pictures for me - I purchased the Black unit and LOVE IT and all it does!

  • 1.0 out of 5
no red eye reduction (Tonya Baird — 12/15/2006)

The size of this camera is great. The picture clarity, if taken in the daylight is great. However, unless you like red-eye pictures do not purchase this camera. This camera is the biggest disappointment. I purchased a Sony cybershot three years ago and it was great, never had any issues but unfortunately my son broke it so I had to purchase a new one. I did lots of research, read the available reviews and finally decided to purchase the new DSC-T10, "one of the best ones out there". Well I do not agree and neither will you. I have called Sony at least three times to receive help on how to remove the red-eye from my pictures and their only suggestions is to use the red-eye reduction feature, which does not work! I use it every time and I still get red-eye. Their other suggestion is to tell the people to look away from the camera...well it still happens. I am so disappointed in this camera. I can't believe I spent $350+ for this camera and it is the quality it is. I'm ready to give it away I'm so frustrated. One other thing if you like to use the date stamp then you'll need to purchase either a docking station for your computer or purchase their additional software because if you take your memory stick to a store to print out your pictures then the date stamp will not print on them. Neither will it do it if you use an internet site like snapfish.com or kodakgallery.com. The biggest disappointment!

  • 2.0 out of 5
Indoor shots produce extreme red eye (K. Regina Voorhees — 12/15/2006)

I have owned this camera for 2 months and I am very unhappy with my indoor shots due to extreme red eye. The red eye is so bad that none of my photo editing software is able to repair the red eye in my photos. I have 2 other Sony cameras so when I shopped for a more compact camera, I bought Sony. My dad bought a Canon SD630 compact and he does not have this problem. Other than the red eye problems, I love the camera. However, the red eye problem is so bad that I now wish that I had purchased the Canon.

  • 5.0 out of 5
its bombs (Sally — 12/15/2006)

this camera is bombs dot com and everyone thinks i have the coolest camera ever!

  • 2.0 out of 5
Extreme redeye (Dave DiMauro — 12/08/2006)

I have an earlier version of the Sony Cyber Shot and this was an upgrade . I was very excited to take some pictures of my grandson with this camera . Right out of the box this camera did not perform . Every shot that I took of him indoors had extreme redeye.

  • 2.0 out of 5
Poor pictures due to flash (Edward — 12/06/2006)

The camera left 'flash' (faded white circle) spots in various locations on my pictures. The spots did not appear if the flash is not on, but you need the flash most of the time you take indoor pictures. The 'flash spots' continued in a variety of settings and lighting. I exchange the camera for a new one becuase I thought it was an isolated problem. The same problem occured on the new camera. I called sony and they told me that this happens on the t series cameras due to dust particles in the air?

  • 3.0 out of 5
not as good as the t9 (Ian Colledge — 11/25/2006)

after my t9's screen got broken I decided to get the t10 was it looked just the same and fitted in the case my sony R1 and as it has a higher pixel count and had a zoom on the video record function, i thought i couldn;t loose!.....er ....wrong!
My only complaint is a biggy as far as I'm concerned.
The reason that I carry a quality compact with my R1 is that they are great for quick snaps that arnt possible with a prosumer model like the r1, but....
The time it takes to store images at the highest resolution is plainly ridiculous indeed borderline comedy whilst photographing fireworks as by the time it has stored 1 image you have seen another dozen go off and this is just not good enough!

If I was going to but again i would be looking around for an old stock t9 and save a good amount of cash, especially as the t9 and the t10's on screen and printed images are virtually impossible to tell apart

  • 5.0 out of 5
work of class (raheem — 10/29/2006)

the sony dsc t10 is a classy digital camera it is has good sizes and it distinguishes it self from all other didigal cameras by it sleek look and its crisp pictures if u try it once u are going to buy it is smooth.

  • 5.0 out of 5
Best Digital Camera I have owned thus far (Patrick — 10/28/2006)

I love using my T10. Its sleek style and compact size are perfect for my on the go lifestyle. And the digital pictures are top notch too!

  • 4.0 out of 5
T10 (rims — 09/07/2006)

good picture quality, gr8 anti blurr tech, sleek.
over all a good pacakge from sony.. user frendly..

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