I do admire that it may take (being handheld) highly contrasted and resoluted images of a text, in front of the A4/Letter document in the Hanheld Twilight mode. It is then easily and almost error-free recognized by OCR software once the camera is connected to PC thru USB cable and the images of documents are uploaded. It is small pocket size, one charge is enough for photocopying of up to 150-170 pages on the go (at the client's location, etc.), light-weighted portable scanner. As a small ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX55
I'm using the camera for a while now and Though the viewfinder is dim for shooting in the sun (there's no setting to make it brighter) the camera does have some very unique special picture taking capabilities and takes excellent pics and movies. Problems: 7,5View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
I've been more-or-less happy with my Sony T-100 since march 2007, but was wooed by the promises of every latest advance in Digital Camera technology with the TX55. The size was right, the weight an incredible 3 oz less than my already miniscule T-100. I immediately got on the waiting list at B&H, and ordered it within minutes of notification that it was in stock. I guess that it may do everything that they promised, but the first thing I noticed was that the viewing screen is too dim to use ...View review in forums Leave a comment on this review
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