Tomatoes that tolerate low light conditions
I've searched for this already with little success, and I know it's an unusual request, but I'm trying to find a fairly compact tomato that is tolerant of 4 or less hours of direct sunlight while still being able to produce. My sister wants desperately to grow a tomato of some kind, but lives in a city condo that only gets about 3-4 hours of direct sunlight on their balcony. She understands that she may get little to nothing out of the plant under those conditions, but she's just curious if it's even worth a shot. If she could get a handful or two of tomatoes out of it all season long, that would be fine.
I told her I didn't know, but I thought that maybe something small like a tumbling tom or the like, but she'd prefer a larger fruited plant (which I also mentioned is likely not possible). I'm sure there are people on here who have less than ideal sun conditions and get something out of it, if you have any experience or could make any recommendations, it would be much appreciated.