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Sony DSC-TX7 10.2MP CMOS Digital Camera with 4x Zoom with Optical Steady Shot Image Stabilization and 3.5 inch Touch Screen LCD (Red)

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  • 3.5-inch touch screen for easy focus selection and photo viewing
  • 10.2-megapixel "Exmor R" CMOS sensor for stunning low-light performance
  • iSweep Panorama Mode captures stunning panoramic images
  • Fast capture with 10fps at full 10.2 MP resolution; 1080i AVCHD Movie records high-quality HD movies
  • Accepts Memory Stick Duo/Memory Stick PRO Duo/Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo (not included)
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Technical Details

Color: Red
  • Brand Name: Sony
  • Model: TX7 Red
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 10.2 MP
  • Optical zoom: 4 x
  • Display Size: 3.5 inches

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Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 5.6 x 6.1 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00328HR7Q
  • Item model number: TX7 Red
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,828 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 6, 2010

Product Description

Color: Red

The sleek and stylish DSC-TX7 offers a large 3.5” touch screen to easily take and review photos. An advanced “Exmor R” CMOS sensor provides stunning low-light images and sweeping panoramic views with iSweep Panorama mode. Plus, enjoy 1920x1080 Full HD video recording and playback.

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Customer Reviews

It's in great condition and it takes beautiful pictures !! I also use it to make videos and the quality is excellent !!! Love it Read more ›
I used it with eased to take a pix or video. Picture is excellent and also video too. Now my daugther love it for her to used in her work. Read more ›
I must admit video and pictures are amazing!!!! Professional quality I may even say. Read more ›
Both cameras were in their respective fully-automatic modes. The Canon's images were sharper and clearer by far. The Sony's images were overly color saturated, warmer, and… Read more ›
The anti motion blur is not as sharp but FAR more useful shots than if you had a motion blur! Dark shots are great considering it is a point and shoot.. especially with… Read more ›
I've owned several lines of the Sony pocket cams, and this is by far their best yet. The low light shots are unbelievable good for a pocket camera. I rarely use the flash… Read more ›
The difference was amazing. The quality of this new model is amazing. It captures color so much more cleary and crisply. Read more ›
This camera is great!, all the features are amazing. I brought this camera for my vacation and all the pictures came out really good. Read more ›
It's much simpler to use than previous Sony portables. The touch screen menus are very easy to navigate. It's not perfect but is an excellent choice if you want… Read more ›
It would have been nice though if they could have merged 3 shots instead of just 2. The iSweep (panoramic) function is excellent and I've been using that option quite a bit. Read more ›
The Panorama mode is quite fun, and results in some interesting shots, but this is not a feature I was looking for when I purchased the camera. Read more ›
This camera is awesome!!! The features were easy to figure out without opening the manual. I love the how nice pictures look in low light. Read more ›
There is a lot of screen glare when trying to see what you are focusing on when there is too much sunlight making it difficult to see if…The HI-DEF video is fairly good Read more ›
Was VERY disappointed. Video was fantastic and the camera itself was TINY. BUT while low light function was great, the picture was blurry under multiple settings, the… Read more ›
I intended to use this cam for pictures while having the ability to take video. However, the video quality is so good I've been using it to make videos instead. The stereo… Read more ›
The video quality is just incredible. And I'm not just speaking in comparison to other ultra compact point & shoot cameras. Read more ›
Great camera... I am a hard core canon guy from P&S to DSLR... and I gotta say this Sony Rocks.... EASY to use and loaded with features. Pictures and video are both awesome. I… Read more ›
1920x1080 60i HD video with stereo audio. Video quality is excellent and wrapped up with everything else this camera offers makes it a great choice. With electronics… Read more ›
The camera is very easy to use, and the fact that there is a touch screen means that you get a large viewing area even on such a small camera. It has quick on/off by… Read more ›
It replaced an old bulky Kodak, and her camera now stays in her purse at all times…She thought it was easy to use, and I have been quite impressed with the pictures. Gr… Read more ›
3. Image stabalizing feature 4. Easy to use 5. Easy to control and get use to settings Read more ›
Small in size and easy to use, this camera offers many features that only SRL cameras have. Photo quality is acceptable. Read more ›
small, easy to use, looks cool, only bad thing is that when recording a movie the sound always comes in scratchy. Read more ›
If anything there are too many specialized settings and the menu icons can be confusing. Otherwise very pretty pictures and nice to use. Read more ›
2) Picture formats. We always used our T9 (6MB max) storing 2MB photos, which seems a great balance between size and quality for us (fine for 4x6, 5x7 prints). For the 4x6… Read more ›
4. The touch screen is about as responsive as the iPhone and easy to use. 5. The compact size of the camera make is very convenient to carry. 6. The panoramic mode works… Read more ›
The touch screen interface only takes a few minutes to get used to, and…In general the pictures are very good, but do not compete with the pictures from a full size DSLR. Read more ›
After testing this model along with other in the TX Series, the…I like the size, sound quality, quick response (less shutter delay) and that it accepts regular SD Cards. Read more ›
At first I thought it might be too tiny. But now that I've played around with it for a week, I actually like its size. Read more ›
Compact. I love the size and ease of carrying this camera around. Although the size sometimes caused issues with the way I held it. Read more ›
Bought this for my wife at Christmas and we have been very happy with it. Touch screen is pretty awesome and it takes great pictures. Slips in the pocket easily. Read more ›
Fits very easily into your (purse or) pocket. - The display is nice (and big) Read more ›
Good camera;size is good and the size of the screen is great. The touch screen took a bit to get used to. Read more ›
This is a far superior camera and worth the extra money. The bigger screen is a huge plus and it's a sharper picture too. Even is bright light I can see the screen fine. Read more ›
Most people don't realize that this…The screen is beautiful, but the menu system takes some getting used to, especially if you have been using Nikon or Cannon cameras. Read more ›
the Sony DSC-TX7 has 3.5-inch Xtra Fine LCD touch screen display1 w/TruBlack technology (921K pixels), the largest of Sony's Cyber-shot DSC line makes it easy for viewing… Read more ›
It is not perfect, but it…The best performance I have seen so far is if the light changes are not drastic, otherwise it seems to be trying to compensate for it too much. Read more ›
Now about the photo and video quality. Two things to comment on: fantastic low-light performance and absolutely terrific video performance. Intelligent mode takes care of… Read more ›
Excellent resolution For a compact, good performance at higher ISO's Slim design fits easily into your pocket Read more ›
Pros Excellent low light performance Very good video performance Read more ›
Excellent low light performance Very good video performance Nearly 1 megapixel LCD with touch screen Read more ›
At first the CMOS sensor seems to give very good performance compared to the CCD competition, and the camera excels in low light conditions. Upon closer examination, you… Read more ›
The auto mode is the best I've come across, going from macro to landscape to twilight etc in…Pictures are accurate, sharp, have depth and the colors are bright and natural. Read more ›
- Beautiful exterior design. This camera's color is a deep, metallic red. - This 2010 model takes SDHC cards. Read more ›
I) I must be color blind because my "Blue" camera looks like a deep black color to me. Read more ›
Video pros. The video was amazing, superb color, great sound, and blu-ray quality. PC playback descent but washed out, which may be something to do with my computer? Read more ›
Most of the other reviews have pretty much…I'm by no means a camera expert and I don't have a great eye for color; but with that being said, this is one great camera. Read more ›
I could see reds, purples, and greens like never before. That could be because the photos are saturated with color, I don't know, but I liked the color of the photos. Arches… Read more ›
Battery life is decent... it's not as bad as some people make it out to be. But I'd say definitely pick up an extra battery. Read more ›
I'm not sure how it works on TVs that are not Sony, but if you have a fairly new Sony Bravia with HD just connect the HDMI and…Just make sure your battery is fully charged. Read more ›
Seller shipped quickly and was well packed. I could not review very quickly as the battery was dead and the purchase did not include a charger. After ordering a charger… Read more ›
Sony DSC-TX7 Camera is very portable camera with good battery life. It has good features. Read more ›
I also did some testing for how long time you can shoot high-quality HD video with the fully charged battery. The TX7's battery indicator has 4 segments. Read more ›
After that I could record for about 1.5 min more until the camera closed the file…So it seems with a fully charged battery you can record your clips for about 40 minutes. Read more ›
At 1.0 zoom it goes to a "close focus" mode and lets you get within a quarter of an inch of the subject. The flash is plenty bright and can be easily turned off. There are… Read more ›
Features: The quality of photos with flash is pretty bad in certain scenarios but non-flash pics are a huge improvement. The menu design is a HUGE improvement. Read more ›
These can be a bit overwhelming (to the inexperienced) at first, but there's always the "easy mode" to rely on until you get the hang of it. - Good flash. Bright. Read more ›
For low light indoor picks, turn the flash off. No compact flash can do well indoors, frankly, and it does very well in low light when you make it try. 5. Read more ›
Also, low light photos just do not come out well at all. The Canon outperformed the Sony by far when it comes to natural looking photos and good flash. If you just want a… Read more ›
this is the best and only ultra portable in the market that…camera has a lot of great features which include amazing picture quality, amazing flash and amazing features . Read more ›
The colors are very realistic (not oversaturated like cheap pocket camcorders), there is no visible…The autofocus works great; you can basically shoot videos in macro mode. Read more ›
The optical image stabilization of the Carl Zeiss…Auto focus works well in both daylight and low light situations, especially if in your settings the AF Illuminator is ON. Read more ›
Bright. - Optical zoom, though only x4, is good, and the camera is good at focusing at this range. Read more ›
Ultra compact and light weight. 2. Very good Macro shots - Takes some very nice close focus shots. Never seen such quality macro pics in any other point and shoot cameras. Read more ›
For extreme close-ups, it has two settings, macro and…With super macro, I was able to be one-inch away and still have a super sharp focus on the subject I was pointing at. Read more ›
T…When I was physically walking 4 times closer to the subject and making a shot with the initial 25 mm (equivalent) - the picture was sharp with good contrast and saturation. Read more ›
Instead of "thick layer of make-up" it was quite opposite - all the small details on the face of a woman (in her mid-forties) as well as her eyes looked very sharp and… Read more ›
I had to reduce both sharpness and contrast in Photoshop to make it more natural, but finally it looked much better than the above mentioned one with the man's face under a… Read more ›
In the movie mode you can not set the focus to the center or any other point you choose - the camera selects the focusing area on its own, and if there is something more… Read more ›
The thing is that algorithm put heavy make-up everywhere on the man's face and therefore hid the sensor noise altogether with the most man's wrinkles, but it "recognized" a… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

132 of 138 people found the following review helpful By Photo-Am on February 6, 2010
Color Name: Blue Verified Purchase
I've got my Sony DSC-TX7 from Amazon just a few days ago. First impression - it's very small and thin. Feels very solid and a dark blue color looks pretty good. A wrist strap has been already attached at the factory; otherwise it can easily slip out of your hands. It is pretty good for a party - you can put it into your pocket and do whatever you want, even dance, and this camera will not bother you with its presence.

PROS:

- Very attractive stylish and solid design, especially in dark-blue color
- Ultra-slim body fits any small pocket
- Dust-free optics since the lens is not retractable
- Big high-resolution 920K colorful display looks like a small TV
- Pretty short startup time, no shutter lag, up to 10 frames per sec in burst mode
- Accepts SD/SDHC memory cards as well as Sony's proprietary memory-stick cards
- Wide 25mm (equiv.
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Yash Desai on March 1, 2010
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
Let me start this review with saying that I have owned quite a few digital cameras in the past. Sony (W50, W250), Canon (SD750, SD760IS) and Nikon (S5 or something) are amongst the brands I have tried. All of them were compact point-shoot cameras.

My ideal digital camera is one where the following conditions are met:
1. I don't have to think of the environment I am in (day or night)
2. It MUST be compact so I can carry it around easily, fit it in my pocket, etc.
3. It should just work without changing settings all the time.

This is exactly that!

Good Points:
-> Best low-light pictures (finally!!!)
-> Amazing Panaromic mode. It is sooo easy to use.
-> So many modes, but auto is the best mode.
-> Tap to focus certain areas of the screen! Very cool.
-> The most compact camera I have seen that has a solid build to it. Nothing cheap about it (including the price!)
-> Ability to zoom while recording HD movies! A huge plus.
-> 29 minutes of continuous video recording. (most cameras only allow 10)
-> The touch screen has an 'easy mode' (aka idiot mode), which hides away all the advanced features and makes it very easy to use
-> My SDHC card works (min 8gb recommended)
-> Made in Japan (no offense, but to me this says alot about the build quality)

Minor Points:
-> Battery is not the best, but is not horrible either. Would recommend trying it out first. For most people, it should not be a problem, However, it is so tiny that you can easily carry a couple of them with you. Wait for the prices to come down on the battery and snag a couple of them.
-> The silver is actually dark silver. You could even say its dark grey. Looks much better in reality than in pictures. Having said that, I think the Red would be sexy as well!

Verdict: Definite Buy!
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142 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Senna on March 22, 2010
Color Name: Silver Verified Purchase
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Highly Recommended!!
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By W. Otto on January 29, 2010
Color Name: Blue
The DSC-TX7 was introduced this week (Jan 2010). Overall I am very pleased with it. I can finally take indoor pictures with an acceptable success rate, which has not been possible with older point and shoot cameras except in flash mode. In bright light conditions, or with flash, the camera performs comparably to other point and shoot cameras. Overall, pictures are sharp.

Pros
Excellent low light performance
Very good video performance
Nearly 1 megapixel LCD with touch screen
Excellent lens which does not protrude from camera body
Excellent in-camera panorama function
Can use either SDHC memory or Memory Stick to 32GB
Very slim and lightweight design
Light to aide focusing in low light

Cons
Relatively short battery life and slow charger
Lack of audio notes recording and audio record volume control
Lack of histogram function on pictures
Sliding cover can be difficult to operate under some conditions

It is a very slim camera but the performance beats all the other similarly sized cameras I have tried.

The Cybershot Handbook manual is very cryptic about several things, but the camera performs well. Although the manual is very unclear about this, you can save money on media by getting the SDHC class 4 memory rather than the Sony proprietary memory stick. The camera will use either type. The maximum memory card capacity is 32 GB, enough even for HD movies.

At first the CMOS sensor seems to give very good performance compared to the CCD competition, and the camera excels in low light conditions. Upon closer examination, you will find that Sony has put that fast processor to work doing aggressive noise reduction.
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