Sony Cyber Shot DSC TX1 for Great Low Light Photography
Written By Vizz| 28 August 2009| One Comment
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Cyber Shot DSC TX 1 sports Exmor R CMOS Sensor for Brilliant Low Light Photos
Leading electronics giant Sony rolls out its new CMOS sensor based Cyber Shot DSC-TX1 compact camera. Sony’s compact cameras generally have a poor low-light performance, but this scenario is about to change with the all new TX1.
After Fujifilm and Samsung, we will see Sony making use of high quality and high speed CMOS sensors. The new Cyber Shot TX1 comes with a new Exmor R 10.2-mega pixel back-illuminated CMOS sensor, that claims to be twice as sensitive as a traditional CMOS sensor with a reduction of 50 per cent in noise. It would be perfect for all the nocturnal beasts like party goers, night clubbers, and all those who love to hang out and click pics in the night.
To further improve the image quality, this Sony master piece combines the Exmor R technology with hand-held twilight and anti-motion blur modes which delivers a great result in low-light photography. This will now enable the photographers to capture images of stunning detail and low noise without a flash or a tripod.
Cyber Shot DSC-TX1 is a Feature Rich 10.2 Mega Pixel Compact Camera
DSC-TX1 camera has a resolution of 10.2-mega pixel and boasts of 4x Carl Zeiss Vario-Tesar optical zoom. It also features a 3 inch touch screen and ability to capture HD videos at 30 frames per sec at 720p. The TX1 also features a new pet mode which stops the eyes from looking hellishly red, along with Sony’s BIONZ processor, Smile Recognition, Anti-Blur and Multi-Shot modes.
The TX1 digital camera is just 14.1mm thick and has a 3″ Clear Photo Plus LCD touchscreen with new easy to use touch interface. It flaunts a stylish design similar to other Sony T series cameras including the Sony T90. It will be available in Silver, Gray, Pink and Blue colours.
Sony Cyber Shot TX1 Complete with Sweep Panorama and Burst Mode
This new camera also includes Sony’s Sweep Panorama and 10 frames per second Burst Shooting features, which were introduced first in the Sony DSC-HX1 camera. It is as easy as “press and sweep” to capture a wide angle landscape image. Sweep Panorama mode goes beyond the traditional wide-angle lens and captures breathtaking stills. The high-speed Exmor R CMOS sensor allows the camera to shoot continuously while you sweep across the scene. It then uses the BIONZ imaging processor to automatically stitch the pictures together, delivering a stunning panoramic photo instantly.
With an elegant appeal and mind blowing capabilities & performance, it is a great choice for your next camera. The Cyber Shot is compatible with an optional dock that can pivot and tilt the camera and can take photos automatically by detecting smiling faces.
The Sony DSC-TX1 will be rolled out this September, priced at around $380.