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dsc-t50 vs dsc-n2

by jasminlwong / March 4, 2007 5:46 PM PST

Which camera is better the dsc0t50 or dsc-n2?

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Good Question
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / March 4, 2007 10:57 PM PST
In reply to: dsc-t50 vs dsc-n2

I can't decide either.

Here are reviews on both cameras:

Then, here is a comparison of specifications:

Owners of both cameras seem to have complaints about both cameras:

On the side-by-side specification chart, notice the red stars.
Click on the link right under the red stars.
This takes you to owner opinions.
Read them all.
There are only 5 for each (so far).


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Looks like the DSC-N2 is the one to get
by blaine100 / March 5, 2007 2:07 PM PST
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VERY close race
by PMoody / March 5, 2007 2:59 PM PST
In reply to: dsc-t50 vs dsc-n2

I know the dilemma and ended up with a T50. The image stabilization and low light capabilities got me. In a decently lit room, I can fire off more shots and get pretty good, useable pictures. Pictures with the flash proved better but take more time.
I tried the N2 for only a few seconds, it just didn't feel as good.
But with such a close race between the 2, you really can't go wrong. All I say is try both out in person and get what is more comfortable.
Best of luck in your desicions!! might want to wait to peek at the T100 with face recognition and ISO 3200 (if my memory serves me correctly). The news on this one just came out.

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I would prefer ANY of the T series...
by shahrokhan / March 6, 2007 8:20 PM PST
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The T 50 has double anti shake which gives it quite an edge over the N2. The N2 has 10.1 MP pictures are Very BIG and most probably not necessary. They take more space and time to transfer. 8MP is more than enough.

As suggested abovve you could wait for the t100 and t20. Currently the T10, 30 and 50 are almost the same and good enough.

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