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Old Jan 7, 2011, 3:15 AM   #1
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Default Sony tx100

TX100 .... march - $ 380

TX7 - 10.2 Megapixel
TX9 - 12.2 Megapixel
TX100 - 16.2 Megapixel

3D digital camera TX100V with a 3.5 inch AMOLED Display at CES-2011.The TX100V records in full [email protected] mode.
First world's compact camera with [email protected] !!!

•3.5-inch OLED with touch screen for easy focus selection and photo viewing
•[email protected]: preserve moments in stunning HD clarity.
•16.2-megapixel “Exmor R” CMOS sensor for stunning low-light performance
•3D Still Image and 3D Sweep Panorama modes change the way you view your world
•GPS and Compass records the shot location and direction.



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Old Jan 7, 2011, 12:41 PM   #2
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Hey DonalDuc -

Really enjoyed your photos posted here with the TX-7.

You can find a lot of information on the new 2011 Sony's, including the TX-100V, here:

http://www.sonystyle.com/webapp/wcs/...berShotTabData

Doesn't look like the TX-100V has GPS or Compass though.
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Old Jan 8, 2011, 3:04 AM   #3
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Doesn't look like the TX-100V has GPS or Compass though.


EACH picture shows GPS









TX100V = "perfect" video camera - 1080/60p / EXMOR / AMOLED / stabilization / stereo
TX7/TX9 > 900.000 Pixels non-AMOLED, TX1000 > 1.200.000 Pixles AMOLED


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Old Jan 8, 2011, 5:32 AM   #4
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Yes, I see that - good eye.

Wonder why they don't mention it in the description on the Sony site? They make a big deal of the features on the HX7V.

In any event, that does make the camera a bit more appealing, does it not?

Thank you for pointing it out.

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(Don't know "+1" of what, but you've got some more of it now.)

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Old Apr 20, 2011, 10:22 PM   #5
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JohnWho, you can read th review here: sony tx100

looks really compelling indeed, but I think people will have a hard time deciding between tx100 and tx10
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Thanks, I've seen that one.

Back in January we didn't have as much information about it. The TX100 wasn't even on the Sony website yet.
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Old Apr 24, 2011, 10:19 AM   #7
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Default Dim Light Tx100v video

One of the upgrades of the Tx100v over the older Tx series cameras is the audio quality. This is a video taken in a dim subway staion of a band with drums and elctronic bass, guitar and vocals. Captures the sound accurately (they were not using great equipment for sound). No overload distortion:

http://youtu.be/H8gIrZEfcrQ?hd=1

Taken at 108060p, so choose 1080p for best results (original better, of course).

One of the advantages of the small size of the Tx100v is that you can carry it anywhere and be ready for impromptu (and inconspicouous) filming - looks like a still camera!
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Default Tx100 & tx100v - tx10

These are two different models, the TX100 does not have the GPS; The "V" model does.

Also while the specs of the TX10 and TX100 are quite similiar, the control are different. I have the TX10, and the power and snap are on different side of the same button. You will find yourself powering off the camera when attempting to snap a picture. I like the design of the TX100 style where the power and the snap button are separated and a distance apart as shown in the pictures at the beginning of the thread.

Also the TX10 waste a good portion of the LCD with the icon toolbar on each side of the picture. On earlier TX models, the picture was displayed on the whole LCD with the icons overlaying the pictures. The display pictures really looks small on the TX10.
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Old Jun 5, 2011, 5:13 AM   #9
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TX100

These pictures are (real) 3D, not Sony-3D, but shown only left picture












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TX100 - all freehand













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