Sony DSC-TF1 16 MP Waterproof Digital Camera

Product Classification: Camera

Title: Sony DSC-TF1 16 MP Waterproof Digital Camera with 2.7-Inch LCD

Release Date: 2013

Manufacturer: Sony

Included: carrier bag, user manual, warranty, batteries, charger

You can expect to pay anything between $200 and $250 for the Sony DSC-TF1/B 16 MP Waterproof Digital Camera with 2.7-Inch LCD. It is a camera with most of the perks. First of all it must be stated that this product is waterproof up to 33ft. Moreover it is freeze-proof, dust-proof and shock-proof. In other words it is the type of camera that you can take on a safari and return with it in one piece. As we shall see later, the hardiness of this camera does not make it awkward in any shape or form. On the contrary, its dazzling mix of specifications means that it is likely to have a longstanding relationship with the market.

Sony DSC-TF1 16 MP Waterproof Digital Camera Product Specifications

We start with the unmistakable 16.1 megapixel specification. This comes with a 4x optical zoom, a useful element when trying to capture your subjects in detail. The 720 HD Movie Mode is the perfect way to capture videos. The product comes with an Optical SteadyShot image stabilization which means that blur will no longer be an issue regardless of the shooting conditions or the shooter’s skills. Using the Sweep Panorama feature allows you to turn up to 360 degrees in order to capture breathtaking images. A screen display size of 2.7” belies the true powers of this product. Forget the standard black color; there is a lot to ogle at when you really get down to reviewing the Sony DSC-TF1 16.

Measuring 6.1” by 5” by 1.9”, it is no wonder that this product weighs a mere 12oz. The Pixel Power Zoom is a unique feature which complements the super HAD CCD image sensor. The reason why we are so dazzled by this camera is the fact that it can use contrast in order to bring out every minute detail of the subject. For example the 4x zoom is perfect if you want to take photos at close range or want to capture those exciting moments when you are under water. The camera does not just stop at images but is also quite adept at managing movies with its 720p AVI Movie mode. In any case you can expect to record movie clips of 1280p by 720p in full HD. All this comes at 30 fps. Thus many users will find it easy to share family moments on YouTube and FaceBook.

It is not an exaggeration to say that the Sony DSC-TF1 16 gives both a PC and Mac a run for their money in terms of processing power. In any case all three gadgets can work in tandem when you want to deliver first class images. The LCD display is of the 2.7” (230K dots) Clear Photo variety. A set of simple menus allow you to get to the best features within the camera.

The most attractive thing about the Sony DSC-TF1 16 is its ability to keep going when the going gets tough. This is a camera that you can rely on in the harshest conditions and it also creates wonderful images/videos; a perfect combination of efficiency and effectiveness.

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