Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX5

Announced Feb 18, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3 screen | 25 – 100 mm (4×)
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I love it, it's full of functions and modes and stuff... But does it really go underwater ? I mean it looks fragile and the front panel has already moved a little since I have it (20 months or so).. Colossus with clay feet Problems: Not very reassuring as a antishock camera

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Bought this camera for it's pocketability, wide-angle lens and waterproof abilities. It's for family outings in the canoe, at the beach, pool, splash-park and whenever pocketabiilty is desired. It excels in that capacity. This camera is incredibly fun and versatile. Pros: - small, light (easily slips in front pants pocket) - zoom range (25mm equivalent wide end is nice) - simplicity of controls (easy for camera neophytes) - touch screen works well, great for selecting focus point - HHT ...

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My wife bought one earlier today, and not least its macro capacity, is fairly stunning. It will replace her old Olympus 725SW, which compared to this little wonder, feels pretty old and feeble! The few pictures we've taken with it proves it to be capable of really nice sharp pictures, even in fairly bad lighting conditions! Problems: None, yet!

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The TX5 is my 5th digital camera. (see my review of Olympus 8010). This is a great little camera. Start-up time is quick & auto focus is quick. Photos are clean & bright & good to A3 size. The CMOS sensor has very low noise levels at high ISO settings. The menu’s are easy to see & navigate it’s small & light so easily fits in my pocket. High speed blows my mind. The 8010 goes click 1001, click 1001, click 1001, the TX5 goes click, click, click, click, click, click, 1001 & the shots are all ...

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I got that after I returned the Olympus 8010, which was a really horrible camera. I nearly gave up (again!) on small sensor cameras, but then I gave the tiny Sony a spin and I love it! it is as small as it is just barely holdable, but then it slips in any pocket. image quality is acceptable, but again for its size I'd say it is pretty good. I miss some rudimental manual adjustements, but then such a camera is not really made for that. the surface is a bit too slippery, but I stuck on a bit of ...

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