The new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 was unveiled in August. The Sony Cyber-shot TX1 is supposed to take great photos in low light situations and features the new Party-shot option which automatically takes happy, smiling photos of your family and friends.
Our review partner Digital Trends tested the Sony TX1 and published this review.
Quote from the review: "While DSLRs generate huge amounts of online buzz, point-and-shoot digital cameras generate huge amounts of sales. An analyst told us that over 30 million digicams will be purchased this year, the majority for less than $199. Yet if you’re at this site, a low-priced model is not your target, and we’re not too thrilled with them either.
Enter the new 10-megapixel Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX1 for $379, an aim-and-forget camera that’s loaded with some definite buzz-worthy technology, including a new CMOS sensor, along with the ability to capture great panoramas and quality images in low light. Let’s see how this one worked overall in the real world."
Read the full Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX1 Review.
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