Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX10
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Sony Cyber-shot TX10 User Review
Angel_Pen "angel_rising", Amazon
12 April 2011
Summary: If you want to read the opinion of a professional photographer, read on... IMPORTANT UPDATE: The TX10 is NOT Compatible with Sony Marine Pack Enclosures or any other enclosures. Pros: 1) The TX10 shines in low-light still photography, it eliminates most of the noise even at ISO 800. 2) The small form factor means you can easily hide the camera from "predators." 3) It is water "resistant' but not truly waterproof aka. you shouldn't go scuba diving with it.
Summary: I was given a Cybershot when they first came out MANY years ago, and have had several cameras since that time. All but my Sony have either broken or had bad picture quality. The old Cybershot still works perfectly, but is VERY outdated and bulky. After doing some research, I was amazed with how much this camera does. I actually brought it to work to show my coworker, as she is in the market for a new camera, and I do believe she's sold on this one!
Summary: i pre-order the Sony Cyber-Shot tx10 for my wife March 3rd and I received it by UPS on Tuesday, April 5th. I bought her an extra battery and charger from the Sony store in Atlanta, GA right after i pre-order the camera. Only because the store was closing...I paid $10 for the extra battery and $18 for the charger.
Summary: I ordered this camera after debating about the TX5 for a while. When this came out I could't resist! Takes great pictures and the time from turning it on until taking the first picture is INCREDIBLY quick. Macro function has phenomenal detail too. I haven't used all the functions yet, but will test this camera's durability this weekend at a Tough Mudder event (toughmudder.com) that I will be snapping photos along the way. I'll post after for review.
Summary: I own the TX9 which has been stellar thus far (with the exception of the flash failing and needing replacement from Sony) with excellent video quality and very good photo quality. My review of the TX10 is based on my experience with the TX9. Rather than getting deep into a wordy review of this camera I will give good/bad qualities: Good: - Water proofing to 15 feet is a really handy feature.
Summary: Fairly satisfied: What I was after was a little camera to carry with them everywhere. The main thing was that it was small, shock resistant o at least 28mm wide angle. I had a TX5 first, but gave up after a month or so after having been dropped from the pocket of a bike ride. I accept that ;) TX10 got through insurance o have had about 3months now. Compared with TX5 TX10 is so clearly plastigare, slower o cluttered menus.
Summary: Amazing camera I have had two similar cameras before Casio and Konica Minolta they've been Ok but this has almost everything you can imagine and then some incredible movies and pictures calculates all the settings yourself panorama where you pull the camera over the man wants to shoot and get with everything in the picture perfect to shoot in confined spaces because of wide lens from Carl Zeiss of Germany shoot in low light without the flash going well for the most part...
Summary: I bought this camera in the store at Scandinavian Photo in Bankeryd and is so far very satisfied. What I was after was a little camera to carry with them everywhere. The main thing was that it was small, water resistance and shock resistance is a big plus. The camera is slightly thicker than a regular cell phone and almost as big as a credit card. During the few days I've had the camera, I have taken approx.
Summary: I was on Y & R in Manhattan to compare against my TX5. Build The feeling is much worse. Sony seems to put this camera on a whole different level. plasticky with sharp edges and not the same nice quality feel,-dull. Zoom button is better to the byline but also it is in a foam plastic. Dedicated video button is however advantageous. It seems as enthusiastic in focus. I recommend that you squeeze a little on camera before ordering. I did not buy anyway.