Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX10
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Have had this for a year and it's still like new
invisible man, Amazon
15 April 2013
Summary: This camera is good-looking, waterproof, small and feature-packed, and durable. I have maybe 5 compact digital cameras plus an SLR and this one is at the top of the pile. It works amazingly well in water, and has saved me ruining my phone when I need to take pictures near the water or in the rain. It also has many features, which I did not expect in a water-resistant camera.
Summary: Very light and easy to use. The video quality is amazing but the software is cumbersome to figure out anything. I used it under water and it works great. I have never been a big fan of putting so many options on a camera that you don't really know which is the best setting. I would rather point and shoot for the best image. It's hard to rate a camera when a phone does so much in one package.
Summary: Great product. The touchscreen took a little getting used to (we were using my wife's old cannon) but aside from that I lobe it. Already had its licks from hitting the pool as well as two beaches and works as well as day 1. I do say I listen to the instructions and I think that's why I don't run into any issues from saltwater so just be smart and follow the instructions you'll be loving your underwater pics.
Summary: I really like Sony cyber-shots. I think I used to own the first one they came out with. I've tried other small camera brands like Canon and Nikon, but I prefer the quality and ease of the Sony types. I really love the panorama option. I miss some of the silly options that the other cyber-shots had, but they aren't very important. I could just make the effort to do some photo editing once the pictures are on my computer.
Summary: The camera is great...amazing photos and a ton of features. It's easy to use for beginners and has plenty of options for experienced photographers as well. It is very small, so I would imagine that guys with large hands would find it difficult to easily maneuver the controls. On the other hand, I love the size, since it takes up so little room in my purse or backpack.
Summary: I purchased my Sony TX10 over a year ago, in August 2011. Since then, I've used it repeatedly in the ocean, pouring rain, pools, snow, fine sand beaches, in clubs and at parties, and in geothermal and volcanic environments. I've dropped it on rocks and in water and in alcoholic beverages, and once, in soup! It has never, ever failed me. I carry it with me every day and every where I go, to capture the beauty of living in New Zealand.