Friday, January 20, 2012

Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX10: Fantastic Digital Still Camera for Outdoors and Underwater

The Sony Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX10 digital camera can easily be used for an evening in town or for a trip underwater. This digital camera is not only very stylish, but will fit into a small pocket or small handbag. Its airtight design enables it to be dust proof, waterproof up to 16 feet and 10 inches and shatter proof from up to 5 feet 9 inches. This device is tough enough for extreme weather conditions from 14 degrees to 104 degrees.

When thinking about this type of digital camera, not only do you have to know what the companies say their camera will do, and what their warranty says, but check out the reviews of people who decided to buy the camera. Be aware of all the positives and also negatives to enable you to make an informed decision. You still won't know until you use the camera yourself, if it will exceed your requirements. Initially, this may seem like a good outdoor and underwater camera. Nevertheless, many people who bought the camera weren't all that impressed with it. For a compact point and shoot model, it has excellent picture and video quality. To be the ideal outdoor digital camera, it appears to lack a few essential practical things.

The size alone is fantastic for bringing it to the beach or cafe. It comes with an amazing screen display, and a slide cover, which protects the lens when shut. You can take terrific photographs with the camera's 25 mm wide-angle lens. Aside from taking great pictures, it is also able to take 1080i HD video at 60 fps rather than 30 fps. On a huge flat screen TV, the video images seem nearly life like. Unlike the latest Cannon Powershot, this camera's water proof feature is an added bonus and works perfectly.

For some, one of many frustrating features of this camera is the surprisingly slow startup-to-photograph time. You will find there's a delay of up to seven seconds from when the digital camera is turned on to when it actually begins filming. This can be very frustrating, and might be to you, also. Even though they say it is tough, it has the look of being easily broken or scuffed up. Try to avoid placing the device in your pocket with your keys since the keys may scuff the screen. The battery life isn't all that great and the camera does not have its own charger.

Sony Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX10 16.2 MP Waterproof Digital Still Camera looks like it's an excellent form factor for day to day use, but not a tough camera. It can take awesome pictures and videos, which is in all probability what you would like, but if you're a rugged outdoor person, you might want one that is more tough.
Once you have decided on buying a camera you will need digital camera tips to help you get the most out out of your purchase. 

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