Summary: Seller shipped quickly and was well packed. I could not review very quickly as the battery was dead and the purchase did not include a charger. After ordering a charger (and battery in case the one recieved was no good) the camera worked properly. Major defect was the screen which was badly mottled but did not seem to affect the picture taking. In all considering the price I was satisfied.
Summary: I use this camera every day as a general shooter and it has performed well enough. There is a lot of screen glare when trying to see what you are focusing on when there is too much sunlight making it difficult to see if your in frame or not.
Summary: Amazing pictures with a fast shutter speed. You can spend a lot more and get a better camera but this was the biggest bang for my buck back in 2010. Video capabilities are horrid though. Then again it's been nearly 4 years since the release but my iPhone takes better video. This camera still takes better pictures. I suggest buying a cheap 8GB memory card for it.
Summary: I was fascinated by the camera, even knowing very little about it. I decided to buy one and was just thrilled with the performance. I also made that decision based on Amazon reviews of quite a number of Sony cameras like this as well as reviews on You Tube. I have since bought five more. Two were defective and returned via E-bay. Never know what you are going to get when buying used. I would not buy a used one without some type of return or item warranty.
Summary: I bought this back in July 2010, mainly because of the 1080i video recording mode, which I now realize is not exactly the same as a 1080p. In any case, it has been quite reliable and it has received praise from friends for the the quality of the images it produces. I bought another battery and an SD with higher capacity and it hasn't disappointed me in my travels (well, perhaps, sometimes I wished I had a third battery too...).
Summary: After testing this model along with other in the TX Series, the Cybershot TX7 is my favorite. I like the size, sound quality, quick response (less shutter delay) and that it accepts regular SD Cards. I have the TX55 which is newer, smaller, latest firmware and features but lacks with its smaller size camera, screen and accepts only the micro SD card. The Cybershot TX7 has more pleasing images, sharpness, FAR better stereo sound with clear-crisp sound capture.
Summary: My first TX7 was a BLUE one, liked it very much, carried it almost every day for two years, using a light lanyard around my neck so I could not drop or lose this camera. A SHIRT POCKET CAMERA! In 2010, We took it on our 50th wedding anniversary cross-country road trip, and came home with over ten thousand photos, and have taken many more since then . . . but, my "BLUE" started vibrating November this year . . . fuzzy focus . . . no fix.
Summary: SONY tx series seems to be the flagship line of pocket cameras offered by them. Very advanced features in the electronics provide real benefits especially in 1080i 60 mode which is liquid and stunning. very cool camera deal if obtained under USD100. Follow-up models cost much bigger ...
Sony Cybershot TX& is one of the best digital cameras out there
9 September 2012
Excerpt: I purchased the Sony Cybershot TX7 camera right before going on a trip abroad because I wanted a camera that could take amazing photos as well as videos. This camera does both! It has a very large touch screen in the back that is very easy to use and has several convenient features. The panorama mode can be used with great ingenuity after playing around with it (some of the shots can look somewhat fisheye-ish, though), and it has a burst function which is really fun to...