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Sony DSC-TX30/D 18 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.3-Inch OLED (Orange)


Sony DSC-TX30/D 18 MP Digital Camera with 5x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.3-Inch OLED (Orange)


Capture landscapes with one touch using Sweep Panorama, get that perfect portrait with Smile Shutter, snap wider scenes

  • Capture breathtaking images
  • Image stabilization reduces blur
  • Orange

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  1. 132 of 143 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Loaded with great features, but average photo quality., May 22, 2013
    By 
    Anthony Pantliano “The Photo Guy” (New York State) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

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    The Sony TX30 is a small, feature rich, and fun waterproof digital camera, so it’s a shame the photo quality isn’t better.

    (I’d like to preface this review by saying that I’ve owned the predecessor to this camera, the TX20, and it has stayed waterproof through the many water adventures I took it on. I will also be bringing it up from time to time in this review to compare it to the TX30.)

    The TX30 is a very stylish and modern looking camera. It’s made of three different finishes – there’s a matte plastic, a matte metal, and a textured glossy metal. Together they make even the black TX30 look rich and different. The materials and assembly quality are both high, and the TX30 feels solid and well assembled in the hand. On the back of the camera is a 3.3″ OLED touch screen display that has a plastic cover. The plastic screen is similar to the TX20′s and scratches fairly easily, so be sure to use a case with the camera if you want it to stay flawless. OLED screens tend to wash out in direct sunlight, and the TX30′s is no exception, but you can raise the screen’s brightness to fix that issue, as the default brightness is a bit dim. The camera is very small (a little shorter and slimmer than a deck of playing cards), but there is not much space to grip the camera so you end up holding it gingerly by the edges. Also, be sure to watch your fingers, as it’s very easy to get them in the shot. One thing I’d like to point out is that the TX30 takes the slightly less popular Micro SD memory cards.

    The TX30 is positively full of great and useful features. For those who want to let the camera do all the thinking for them there are two automatic modes. One is the normal automatic, and the other takes multiple photos in quick succession and combines them for the best shot. There is also a program mode than gives you control over ISO, metering, and white balance, amongst other things. There is a custom white balance setting, which is a nice touch, but the TX30 lacks any sort of control over shutter speed or aperture. Rounding out the shooting modes are a variety of scene modes, and art filters (pinhole, illustration, etc). My favorite scene mode is the HDR mode, which takes photos in quick succession and combines them so you get one photo where both the shadows and highlights are properly exposed. Another great feature is the sweep panorama. It lets you stand in one spot and rotate as the camera shoots photos and stitches them together into one long photo. It works perfectly about 90% of the time. One very unique feature is the LED lights around the lens used for taking extreme macro shots. They work well and light up your subject evenly. Lastly, in playback mode there is a beatification feature that lets you tan yourself, remove wrinkles, and whiten teeth. It’s actually pretty effective when used subtly, but it won’t tan your body, just your face.

    The Sony is rated to be waterproof up to 33 feet, an improvement over the TX20, and indeed I had no problems when using the camera underwater. Just make sure that you clean the seal on the battery door of any debris, and rinse the camera in a dish of tap water for a few minutes after having it underwater. Additionally, if you get any sunscreen on the camera make sure to wipe it off immediately as it can stain the camera’s finish.

    Using the Sony is very simple. It has just a shutter button, power button, zoom rocker, and a movie record button. All of the other controls will be handled using the very responsive touch screen. The touch screen has been improved over the TX20, and now responds instantly to commands. You can also customize the functions that appear on the touchscreen and put those that you use most on the main screen. One thing to bear in mind is that the touch screen does not function while underwater, so choose your camera settings before you dive! Built into the camera is an interactive owner’s manual if you need help.

    Speed wise the Sony is blazing fast. When you slide down the lens cover, it’s ready to take the first photo in about 3 seconds. It takes about 1 second to focus in good light, while in low light it may take just about a second longer. It’s ready to take the next photo almost instantly. When continuous shooting you can shoot up to 10 full resolution photos at 10 frames per second, which is great for fast action. When recording movies the camera takes about 4 seconds to start recording. The only time the Sony makes you wait a bit is when zooming in to review photos in playback mode.

    The one place where the Sony TX30 is an average performer is for its photo quality. While the photos are usually well exposed, have natural color, and proper focus, they lack fine details when viewed at 100% on screen, and look a bit “mushy” overall. The situation only gets worse as the ISO speeds rise. The good thing is that the TX30…

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  2. 31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    As Simple as You Want, May 24, 2013
    By 
    Mandy Payne “Is it just me?” (Palm Harbor, Florida) –
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    I’ve been using this camera for about a week and have yet to take it underwater. However, I did take it to a Pirates game yesterday and it rained so hard that it felt as if we were underwater. I continued to snap amazing pictures of the storm, not worried at all about the camera getting drenched. We will be taking this camera snorkeling in the middle of next month.

    You can read all of the specs in the description, so I wont go into all of that. What I would like to share is my personal impressions of the camera thus far.

    I have been playing with all of the features…for a more advanced photographer, this camera does everything. Panoramic photos turn out incredibly clear, in spite of my lack of experience with the camera. The zoom is beyond incredible. And the photos come out so clear that I can blow them up and crop out individual faces for close up shots without losing any clarity. Gorgeous pictures. There are some really fun photo-shop effects you can do right on the camera.

    I love the size. However, I am in my early forties and have been going through that sight-issue, where I need bifocal glasses but go into denial that I am really old enough to need glasses. When i wear cheaters, this camera and its multi-functionality is awesome. When i am out and refuse to wear glasses, I can’t see the camera (or a menu, or a map, or anything i need to read actually) very well. Fortunately, this camera has an Easy Mode that increases the font size and pretty much takes over for you.

    While I was out yesterday, I could really only see basically what I was trying to take a picture of on the small screen (large screen for the size of this camera, small screen for my old-lady eyes). I simply snapped the pictures and hoped for the best.

    When I came in last night and popped the memory card in the computer, I was shocked at how amazingly clear and really gorgeous the pictures turned out. Literally, I pointed and snapped the pictures. The zoom made us look like we had seats IN the dugout, when in reality we were way up in the stands. The pictures clearly showed the faces of the players on the field and the names on their jersey turned out crystal clear. Really incredibly impressed with the camera. I took a couple of shots of the city skyline from our seats and they look like professional shots…keep in mind that I personally could barely see the screen on the camera, so I played no part in their perfection aside from holding the camera. For testing purposes, I took a couple of pictures in my dark bedroom of my closet. The colors and brightness were perfect and without any shadows. The closet looked as if it were out in broad daylight.

    At one point during the game, the camera got knocked off the armrest and clattered under our feet on the cement. Not a scratch…not that I recommend knocking your camera around, but it was worth mentioning that it feels very durable.

    So far, I am very impressed with this camera. With my glasses, I can do so many fun things with the very intuitive and simple, responsive touch screen. Without my glasses, I can still Magoo my way to some pretty incredible photos. The battery life has been really good so far. We used it off and on all day yesterday and the indicator still reads full battery. The internal memory only holds about eight pictures, but I prefer memory cards anyway. The video camera feature is easy to use and, although I only tried a couple boring videos of the dog so far, I can definitely envision becoming a YouTube star in no time. The video played back very clearly on my iPad (which I can see because of the jumbo screen).

    Love it! I have nothing negative to say about this camera.

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