The Cyber-shot DSC-T100 keeps the same sliding lens cover design as previous Cyber-shot T-series cameras. The sleek metal camera is available in silver, black, and red versions.
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A large, 3-inch LCD screen takes up most of the DSC-T100's back panel. This display is very impressive in that it can be seen clearly from nearly any angle.
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Weighing just six ounces and measuring less than an inch thick, the slim DSC-T100 can fit in almost any pocket.
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We were surprised by the DSC-T100's picture quality. This shot preserved many fine details, like the Flatiron Building's ornate stonework.
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Macro and Super-macro modes help take some amazing close-up shots of flowers, like this photo taken at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens.
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While the DSC-T100 wasn't particularly good at low-light shooting, high-speed shots came out rather well. This photo of the Susquehanna River was taken through the side window of a moving bus.
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