Summary: It is a fairly easy camera to use and the clarity of pictures and video is just super. I took underwater videos with it and they came out very nice. However, after using it 3 times for short duration's, the display suddenly went berserk in the standby mode.
Summary: We bought this camera to take on our honeymoon for pictures underwater while scuba diving. Naturally, when you're under water you do need to get relatively close to your target for really good photos, but under water it was pretty good. It also took good pictures above ground.
Summary: The camera in general is pretty good the battery life seems to be okay I recommended to someone who wants to have regular pictures but the person who wants telephoto things like that it does not have a great photo
Summary: I haven't had any problems with my waterproof camera. The only thing I wish was different was the zoom capability. However, I bought it because I wanted a waterproof camera for when I'm swimming/diving/snorkeling in the shallows.The pictures come out beautifully too.
A small camera that's easy to use but functionally limited
Michael Birman, Amazon
3 August 2013
Summary: Having been forewarned by previous reviewers that the Sony DSC-TF1 only accepts Micro-SD cards and that none are supplied in the box, I made sure that I had two on hand and I was ready when the camera arrived.
Summary: Got this camera in Guam during a TDY there. Overall the camera is really good for what it does and puts up with which is why I gave it 4 stars. Here are the pros and cons: Pros: 1. Camera is VERY easy to use and as previous reviews have stated it can automatically detect which settings to use. 2.