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7.8 out of 10

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX66

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Sony CyberShot DSC-TX66

4 weeks ago
  • Summary: Sony’s CyberShot DSC-TX66 is a point-and-shoot with consistency. Pics and clips look good. The size, though, might be too small for some of you.
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Overall 8

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Digital Camera Review
4 December 2012
  • Summary: The TX66 is the first ultra-compact to offer an 18 megapixel resolution. The tiny TX66 will totally blow away any currently available smart phone when it comes to image quality – and it is noticeably less than half the size of the newest Apple and Samsung smart phones, so it is easily small enough to carry with you all the time. The TX66 isn’t cheap, however. With an MSRP of $350 will this camera be able to produce great results from such a small package?
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Steve's Digicams
31 August 2012
  • Summary: For those with an artistic flair, Sony has you covered with Photo Creativity and Picture Effects. Creativity allows more manual control over exposure settings such as brightness, color, and vividness. Picture Effects include HDR Painting, Rich-tone Monocrhome, Miniature, Toy Camera, and others. What's great about both Photo Creativity and Picture Effects is that they can, together or interdependently, be added to pictures before or after they are taken.
  • Pros: Super compact body, can fit into the smallest of pockets, Loaded with easy to use exposure options, Captures surprisingly nice photos for a camera of this size, Unmatched high ISO performance in a camera of this size, Nice, wide 5x optical zoom lens, Touch Screen is easy to use and responsive, Blazing fast shooting performance, Awesome burst mode options, Dual card slot accepts Micro Memory Stick and microSD/SDHC cards, Stylish body available in four colors: Silver, W...
  • Cons: Sliding lens cover/power switch can be difficult to slide down quickly for spontaneous photo opts, microSD cards can be inserted backwards; camera then displays a "please reinsert memory card" warning, Uses "micro" cards, which are tiny and easy to lose, Non-standard tripod mount - requires adapter (included) to mount to standard 1/4-20 tripod or monopod
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Overall 6

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16 March 2012
  • Summary: Think of ultra-thin, ultra-stylish cameras, and Sony Cyber-shots should spring to mind. The TX66 is no exception.
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