Sony T900 Reviews

First published on: Saturday, 11 July 2009

Last update (Jul 14, 2009): Sony Cybershot DSC T900 Review at

This post is a compilation of Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 digital point-and-shoot compact camera professional and user reviews, owner opinions and experiences, tests, conclusions, ratings and feedback.

Hopefully, you’ll be able to conclude whether the T900 image quality, and the camera itself as a whole, meets your standards.

Full attribution is given by linking to the source and where available, the author’s homepage or photo gallery.

The Sony T900 was announced on 17-February-2009 — read the press release.

The T900 has a touch screen user interface where most adjustments are made.

Sony Cybershot DSC T900 Review at

Rating score: 84, and the verdict is:

There is a lot to like about the Sony Cybershot DSC T900. It scores highly for ease of use and build quality as well as more innovative and advanced features. Picture quality is good for snapshot sized prints.

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T900 Review at CNET Australia

Joshua Goldman, the reviewer, awarded an overall rating score of 7.2 to the T900, and writes:

Colour and exposure were very good: pleasing and accurate, though reds were occasionally a little too vivid. The camera goes from ISO 80 up to ISO 3200, but usability drops off significantly above ISO 400 (typical of cameras in its class). However, even at ISO 80, photos viewed at full size have a grain to them that only gets more pronounced as sensitivities get higher. It had little to no impact on large prints (13x19 and below) made from test shots taken up to IS0 200. If you’re planning to make prints that large, just keep the ISO as low as possible. In the end, the photos are good for a snapshot camera, but if you’re expecting better quality because of the higher price tag, don’t.

Sony CyberShot DSC-T900 at Digital Trends

David Elrich, the reviewer, awarded the T900 a rating of 7.5, and wrote the following conclusion:

It has great looks, a terrific touch screen, and takes high-def clips and fine photos with enough light. However, it performs pretty poorly in low light without the flash. For outdoor snapshots, photos of friends with smiling faces, and sheer style, it’s a winner. For those who want to move beyond that, look elsewhere.

How many photos on a 4GB card?

According to willysp, a single 4GB memory stick is able to store up to 700 12 MP images.

Best user review on the T900

Read AustinTed’s review of the T900 to get a good idea of the pros and cons of the T900.

He has good things to say about the lens design:

Although often maligned in reviews, I also like the non-telescoping lens of the T series and Sony probably has one of the best implementations of that. Sure it may be optically slower (on the wide end) than a telescoping lens, but it is small, quiet, and less prone to damage.

On Amazon

Amazon has more owner and user reviews on the Sony T900.

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