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Background and Identification ¶
While having much success with their other lines of camera, the Sony Cybershot DSC-T1 was Sony's first attempt at an ultra-thin compact camera. Released on October 22, 2003, the DSC-T1 has all the features of a full-size digital camera while being no thicker than a deck of cards. With the attribution of the Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar optical lens, the camera retains a 5-megapixel sensor with 3x optical zoom for a great pocket-sized point-and-shoot camera. However, in 2006, the DSC-T1 was one of eight other Cybershot models to be recalled due to a manufacturing defect to the LCD.
Looking from the top and bottom of the camera, the model name, "DSC-T1", is clearly printed on it--small but noticeable. In the front of the camera, there is a long plate that nearly covers half of the camera that can be moved downward, manually, to reveal the two lens of the camera--a small Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar lens, and a larger lens with the words "Optical 3x" printed to the right of it. Lastly, there is a 2.5-inch LCD on the back with various buttons for settings and controls.