Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX10
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WARNING ** DSC TX10 ** SONY does not stand behind this camera!
20 August 2011
Summary: WARNING ** WARNING** WARNING** SONY does NOT Stand behind this product!!! It survived only two trips into the water!! I followed the instruction book to the letter. I only opened the HDSD Card door once for fear of damaging the seals on the door.
Summary: This is an awesome camera!! Absolutely love it! Pictures are clear and vibrant, touchscreen works great, the panorama option is the best I've ever used! So nice to take a camera around water and not worry about it. I can't say enough good about this camera. It is well worth it.
Summary: We recently purchased this to replace a Pentax optio underwater camera. That camera took fantastic photos of everything... from sports to night shots and especially underwater. Unfortunately, I literally lost that camera in the middle of a lake last month. I am not a professional photographer.
Summary: First, some background on what I was looking for: I'm a casual photographer. I wanted a waterproof camera which would produce high-quality photos in all settings (indoor, outdoor, and underwater. My intention was to completely replace my 7.2MP Sony DSC-W7, which I LOVE.
Sony falsely advertises that this camera is waterproof
KW in MA, Amazon
9 August 2011
Summary: Sony's warranty is no good. I bought this camera for my vacation and used it in a pool. The camera leaked and stopped working. When I sent it to Sony they told me that they found corosion and the warranty was void.
Summary: I purchased this item based on my experience from other sony products, but this one is a disappointment. I took it on vacation and midway through the camera died on me when water got in near the multimedia compartment. Water activities were at the beach and mostly in the pool.
Summary: Indoor shot quality is definitely better than most waterproof camera. But the touchscreen performance is erratic and there so many similarly named functions that makes navigating confusing. But after you get past that, the camera should be fun to use.
Summary: My wife dropped her old Sony Cybershot in a rice paddy while in Bali and it was ruined. Ever since I've been looking for a shock/waterproof camera. I bought this because you can now use SDHC cards like every other camera in the world, but I promptly lost my charging cable.
Summary: I bought this so I could take underwater pictures in Fiji. I like cameras I can just shove in my jeans pocket so the lack of a lens that sticks out is great. I had last year's Olympus waterproof camera and the pictures were poor at best.
Summary: We also on a Cybershot DSCT90. With the exception of a wider profile, the DSC-TX10 resolves many of the issues with former incarnations of the Cybershot: 1) Proprietary Memory Card - Pricier Sony Cards are no longer required 2) Battery Life - almost double that of our former DSCT90.