Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX100V
Released March, 2011
The Pros:Very easy to use, literally just point-and-shoot. Pictures come out sharp and clear with a huge amount of detail. Can handle low light conditions and still get great detailed images.
The Cons:Zoom is very limited, pictures usually turn out a little blurry when its used. Battery gets drained fairly quickly.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX100V is one of five 3D-compliant digital cameras released together in early 2011. In particular, It is the first Sony Cyber-shot camera to ever feature a 3.5” OLED XtraFine display with touchscreen functionality.
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It uses TruBlack te chnology to display deeper blacks and vibrant colors. Plus it supports a faster response time than a conventional LCD touchscreen. Also featured is a 16.2MP back-illuminated CMOS sensor, a Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar 4x optical zoom lens, and USB / SDHC / HDMI interface connectivity ports. Like its waterproof counterpart, the DSC-TX10, the Cyber-shot DSC-TX100V supports 3D still images and 1080/60i videos.
All five models (DSC-TX10, DSC-TX100V, DSC-HX7V, DSC-WX10, DSC-WX9) use a single lens and imager to produce 3D still images. They do this by taking two consecutive pictures in different focus positions. These images are then combined to create a 3D effect.
- 16.2MP Exmor R CMOS Sensor
- 4x Carl Zeiss Vario-Tessar Optical Zoom Lens
- 3D Still Images
- 3D Sweep Panorama
- Full 1080/60i HD Video
- 3.5" OLED Touchscreen Display
- TruBlack Technology
- Superior Auto Mode
- Smile Shutter
- Backround Correction
- Background Defocus
- Natural Flash
- Face Detection
- SD/SDHC/SDXC Expansion
- USB Rechargeable Battery
- HDMI Interface
- Picture Motion Browser (PMB)
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User Reviews (2)
very easy to use, literally just point-and-shoot
pictures come out sharp and clear with a huge amount of detail
can handle low light conditions and still get great detailed images
image stabilization works well, a little hand movement doesn't seem to ruin the picture
small enough to fit in a shirt pocket easily, very light
zoom is very limited, pictures usually turn out a little blurry when its used
battery gets drained fairly quickly
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