>> Josh: Hi, I'm Josh Goldman, Senior Editor for CNET Reviews and this is the Sony Cybershot DSCT77 it's a 10 megapixel camera with
a 4X optical zoom jammed into this extraordinarily tiny body, so tiny that my mitts had trouble holding it without occasionally
getting my fingers in the shot. It's pretty lean on controls too since most things are handled by the 3 inch touch-screen LCD on back.
There's just a shutter button, this miniscule zoom rocker, a playback button and a slightly redundant power button since the camera
powers on and off by sliding the front lens cover down. If you're in need of a very fast ultra compact the T77 is a good option as it
is one of the faster models this size that we've tested. Photo quality is good but not great as the shots tended to be a bit soft,
but otherwise it's one of the better ultra compacts we've tested. I'm Josh Goldman and that's the Sony Cybershot T77.
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