DigitalCameraReview has posted a review on Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T9 and writes:
“With good lighting, this camera takes very pleasing photos that are nice and sharp and well-exposed. The camera is small and light enough to fit in a shirt pocket, and is very portable and fun. In tricky lighting situations, however, the camera’s faults really start to interfere with usefulness of the camera. This is a shame, because you would expect a small and light camera to be used to take pictures at parties, bars, or other situations, all taking place indoors. Because this camera has many problems dealing with tricky lighting, and also due to the “dust problem” I experienced, I would be hard pressed to recommend this camera to beginning photographers or individuals who expect to be able to pick up a camera and “point and shoot” at a subject and get good results.
I was surprised to find a camera that Sony is marketing so heavily as a “low light” camera have so many problems in low light settings. My guess is that Sony’s marketing department spent more time addressing the shortcomings in the T7 than Sony’s engineering department did. As evidenced by my testing, this camera is not a great choice for night shots or low-light situations. As a result, I find it hard to recommend.”