The Cyber-shot DSC-T110 packs a whopping 16.1MP which is a step up from the 14.5MP of the previous Cyber-shot DSC-T99. Let’s see what the DSC-T110 has to offer as we snag the camera for a field test.
The 3.0 inch touchscreen was intuitive enough with thumb-friendly buttons and readable text which you won’t have trouble going through when using the menus. However, we find the touchscreen experience to be sluggish due to the slow transition when cycling through the menus and camera controls. Don’t despair though as the iAuto shooting mode takes care of the camera settings for you which can then minimize menu tinkering.
The T110 sports a 25mm wide angle lens which is best for landscapes and can also zoom up to 100mm for a close-up shot. It has an aperture of F3.5 – F4.6 which is not susceptible for low light shooting though. The camera can also capture HD movies which are saved as .MOV files for easy sharing in Facebook or YouTube.
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