Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX200V
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UNIQUE BUT VERY FRAGILE
Isaac Gonzalez, Amazon
20 December 2014
Summary: PROS: - superb video 1920x1080 60p - good stabilizer - good audio recording - good picture - touchscreen - weather sealed - very tiny camera - sexy and original glass body CONS: - difficult to handle due to its size and touchscreen - extremely fragile due to its glass body - battery compartment not...
Summary: I got the TX200v after I lost my TX100v. The only real upgrade is it being dust and water proof. The picture and video quality is a downgrade compared with the previous model. This camera is poorly designed with the glass over the lens.
Summary: I'm a longtime Panasonic camera guy. I have a couple small pocket ones, and a , and have been very happy with all of them. Pitting them (mostly the higher end, super-zoom Panasonic) against this Sony seemed a little unfair, but I didn't mind the unfairness enough to let it stop me.
Summary: Overall, the camera works well. High quality. But the pictures are misleading. Its a very thick pocket camera. About double the sizes of an Android or Iphone. I returned it for the T-66, which is extremely thin, and has all the same features, except waterproofing and gps, two items i would never...
Summary: Ok, so I really wanted to love this little camera but it's fighting me very step of the way. My main problems are: Cons: This camera uses a microSD card instead of a regular SD card. Why?! Who thinks an SD card is so big you need a microSD card?
Summary: I just took delivery of the Sony TX200v and have played with it for the past several hours. Before I get into specifics, I will tell you that it is going back to Amazon for the following reasons: - While pretty to look at, I don't see the glass front surviving very long.
Summary: The TX200V is a wonderful little gem with some really nifty features. Most notable about this little guy is the outstanding quality of the lens they included. What you're ultimately paying for is a great lens and sensor. However, I don't think it's worth $500. This is much more of a niche cam.