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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX30 Review
The ultra-thin Cyber-shot DSC-TX30 shows that you can be both stylish and rugged. The camera is responsive, has a beautiful screen (indoors, at least), and has a nice selection of features. Its main problems are mostly related to its display. It's very difficult to see outdoors, scratches easily, and the camera becomes nearly useless underwater, since the capacitive touchscreen does not function.
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70

Sony Cybershot DSC-TX30 Review
All the main camera manufacturers have produced waterproof cameras, but Sony's tend to stand out from the crowd as they look more like a normal camera, rather than some of the tough models that are also available. This doesn't mean the TX30 isn't tough - it's waterproof to 10m as well as being dust, freeze and shock proof. Adding to its stylish look, the 3.3 inch LCD touch screen fills the rear of the camera, with no buttons except for those on the top.
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80

Review: Sony TX30: Calling All Urban Adventurers
Sony keeps on rolling out its Cyber-shot TX waterproof snappers with similar but improved models. The TX30 is a stylish, responsive, hard-wearing underwater snapper that's progressed in many ways ... except for lens quality.
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80