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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1

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Sony DSC-TX1

Steve's Digicams
13 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Cyber-shot TX1 Features: 10.-Megapixel "EXMOR R" CMOS sensor with 4:3, 3:2 and 16:9 aspect ratios Carl Zeiss "folded" 4x Optical Zoom Lens (35-140mm range for still photos) Optical SteadyShot image stabilization Super-thin, durable and stylish stainless metal body: four colors available (blue, pink, gery and silver) HD 720p (1280x720) and SD (640x480) movie mode options w/audio at 30fps Intelligent Auto exposure mode (iAuto) with scene recognition (iSCN) technology...
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Overall 6
6.0
Value for money 6
6.0
Features 8
8.0
Performance 6
6.0

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1

ITP.net
29 March 2010
  • Excerpt: Sony's new DSC-TX1 is driven almost completely by a touch-based interface. This being the case the rear of the camera is dominated by a large 3-inch LCD, though there are a few buttons (such as shutter control and zoom) strewn across the camera's top body.
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Overall 10
10

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1

Tech2
1 March 2010

Review: Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1

reviewexplorer.com
17 February 2010
  • Excerpt: If you thought that touch-screens were just for phones, then think again – Sony have installed one in their latest Cyber-Shot offering, the DSC-TX1. Retailing from around £225, this point and click camera isn’t cheap, but is packed with features, looks stylish and sophisticated and, most importantly, takes some very good photos.
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Sony Cybershot DSC-TX1 - Review

recensionivere.net
29 December 2009
  • Excerpt: Available in five different colors (gray, silver, gold, pink and "non-blue"), the Cybershot DSC-TX1 Sony's 10.2 megapixel back to wearing what has become a classic Cybershot dress. Usual solid and well finished metal body, rounded lines, compact size (93.8 x58, 2mm) and - above all - thin (16.5 mm). The feeling is that of holding the best technology concentrated in a very narrow size, but will this really happen?
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Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1 Review

Digitaltrends
15 September 2009
  • Pros: Incredibly compact; 10 fps shooting; handheld Twilight and Sweep Panorama modes
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Overall 9
8.6
Value for money 8
8.0
Features 10
10
Ease of use 9
9.0
Photo quality 8
8.0
Build quality 9
9.0
Color and saturation 8
8.0

Sony DSC TX1

Cameras
2 weeks ago
  • Conclusion: Taking into a count all the features the Sony Cybershot DSC TX1 has, plus the fast shutter response times I think this camera works very well. Picture quality is good without being perfect and I found very little to trouble me. All in all this is an impressive camera.
  • Pros: Ease of use - features - design and style - minimal shutter delay - fast turn on time
  • Cons: Very small built in memory
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Overall 8
8.0

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1

Trusted Reviews
6 February 2011
  • Summary: Sony's 10MP touch-screen marvel is super-slim but breathtakingly expensive
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Overall 8
7.5

A thin and quick camera with an advanced image processor

Good Gear Guide.au
9 May 2010
  • Summary: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 is a super-slim camera that packs in a competent image sensor and takes reasonable photos. It's not particularly fast and its high ISO settings introduce significant noise, but it might be a decent camera to take out for a night on the town.
  • Pros: Good low light shooting with new image sensor
  • Cons: Bad image noise at high ISO settings
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1

PhotographyBLOG
27 January 2010
  • Excerpt: The DSC-TX1 is the latest model in a long line of fashion-conscious Sony Cyber-shot touch-screen compact cameras, coming after the T90 and T900 which rated well on Photography Blog earlier this year. Like both of those earlier models, the TX1 features a sliding faceplate that covers and protects the lens when not in use, and also acts as another means of activating the camera when it's slid open.
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