Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX7

Announced Jan 7, 2010 •
10 megapixels | 3.5 screen | 25 – 100 mm (4×)
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Great 921K LCD. High ISO and twilight mode do deliver. Fun to operate. No red-eye with flash! A real winner, Sony.

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I have owned the TX7 for 1 week and have already taken a lot of photos, many of them of a technical nature. As I become more familiar with the features and operation of the camera my opinion of it grows. For years I have been looking for a non-extending lens camera that will take good quality pictures and THIS IS IT! The picture quality is excellent notwithstanding that the camera is very small and very pocketable. Its low-light performance can be quite awesome, but probably its biggest ...

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I am extremely happy of the quality of photos in particular low light. But the main reason for my purchase was to have a cheap underwater camera with full HD avdhd capabilities. The result are excellent and can be seen by searching on youtube for "Test of Sony DSC-TX7 MPK-THJ" Problems: No problems so far, but compared to the H5, the TX7 misses GPS and compass, while the H5 is more feature rich but misses the underwater case...

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* very good Intelligent Auto mode pictures * face detection mode * great HD video mode with zoom * supports SD and MS cards * compact form factor Problems: * needs two handed operation to avoid slippage, shake * zoom control not smooth to operate * cannot release shutter using touch screen * no Aperture priority, Shutter priority, Manual modes * Intelligent Pantilter accessory is novel but very limited range and lacks settings

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Own this camera for two months now and I'm still delighted with it every day. It takes great pictures automatically, the 1080i movie mode is excellent and the high resolution touch screen is gorgeous. No SLR replacement but really a photo/video camera you can take anywhere for the occasion and snap great pictures and video's without fuzz. Problems: No problems encountered but things that could improve: - it is too easy to put your finger before the lens - since the sensor is more sensitive it ...

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gmph
 
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I've had this camera only for a day. These are my impressions so far (please take into account that I haven't fully explored all the features of this camera). First a quick explanation of my ratings: Construction 4.5 - basically excellent: slim, solid, nice movement of the sliding lid, fantastic glass (confirm?) display, zoom cleverly incorporated inside the camera body (in my opinion the best solution for compact cameras) - only drawback the tiny control buttons and particularly the zoom ...

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Best compact camera ever made by Sony...enough said...

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lilia24
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i agree that the colours of the body look faded and give the camera tired and worn out look....

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PRO excellent pictures. excellent High Dynamic Range results. excellent low-light pictures due to the EXMOR-R sensor. excellent automatic panoramas. nice and compact layout Problems: CONTRA Many functions remain a mystery and unused due to the 170 pages pdf handbook on the CD only. You can't read it on the couch or before going to sleep. Shaky controls, you tend to press the camera down when releasing the shutter. Battery can't be charged with the camera in dock.

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NJX
 
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A definite two thumbs up. The TX7 specs along with positive reviews on the net, and Sony’s support of SD memory, put Sony in my crosshairs. While the jury may be out regarding touch-screen (imode) operation, for me the TX7 seems to have the proper mix between imode and external controls. The Power, Zoom, Mode selection for Photo/Movie/Playback, and shutter, all use external buttons, while camera settings are relegated to imode control. The TX7 touch-screen doesn’t seem to be effected by ...

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