Reviews and Problems with Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX66
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX66 Review
Digital Camera Review
4 December 2012
Excerpt: 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?
Excerpt: As slim as a AA battery, Sony's Cyber-shot DSC-TX66 is currently the world's thinnest point-and-shoot digicam on the market (as of 8/2012). It boasts an 18.2-megapixel CMOS sensor, a BIONZ image processor, 5x optical zoom, a gorgeous 3.3-inch OLED touch screen, Full 1080/60i HD video recording, and full resolution high speed burst shooting up to 10 frames per second (fps).
Summary: Sony's slimmest Cyber-shot, the DSC-TX66, is a fun and powerful snapshot camera that might be too small and have too many megapixels for its own good.
Pros: The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX66 captures very good snapshots and video, is fast to focus and shoot, and has plenty of fun shooting options for those looking to do more than just take pictures.
Cons: The TX66's 18-megapixel resolution results in large file sizes, but doesn't make the photos any more usable for enlarging and cropping. Plus, its size and controls will be too small for some users.