Discussion in 'Sony' started by nycmat, Jan 10, 2011.
anyone have any opinions on this? been reading reviews. how is it under low lighting? thanks
Hi matt, I have written some reviews on the TX9, as it was released as the "smallest 3D camera in the world".. while actually it is a super 2D camera, packed with user freindly features.. and one 3D semi feature.. the Sweep Panorama mode.
As for the low light the TX9 has some features to overcome low light shots:
1. Natural Flash
"Conventional point-and-shoot camera flash shots just don't capture colors the way the eye sees them. Natural Flash mode takes a reference shot without flash and then uses that reference to correct the color, for far more lifelike images."
2. High Sensitivity Mode (ISO 3200)
"High ISO allows for faster shutter speed, so you can take photos indoors or in low light without the need for a flash".
Here is one review about flash issue:
"The only downside I see to this camera is the shot to shot times when using the flash. It takes at least 3-4 seconds to take another picture with a flash, due to the charge cycle on the flash. It also seems to take the camera a bit longer to process the image after a flash, so that adds time".
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