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Sony CyberShot DSC-QX10

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  • Sony Smart Lens DSC-QX10 review

    A clever idea with a sound technical basis, but it's too sluggish to persuade us to dump our cameras

    8 years ago
  • Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10

    Design: 8/10
    Features: 7/10
    Ease-of-use: 7/10
    Image quality: 7/10
    Value for money: 7/10

    Conclusion
    Trying to evaluate the unique Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 has proved to be very difficult. On one hand, it's a dumbed-down, over-priced point and shoot camera that has some intrinsic performance issues. On the other, it's an innovative way for smartphone owners to take better-quality, more versatile photos and quickly share them.

    8 years ago
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    Hands on: Sony QX10 review

    Conclusion
    Overall, the QX10 is an excellent camera which produces great images which are on a par with similar point and shoot compact cameras. If you're looking for more control and even higher image quality, then it's worth taking a look at the QX100, which is more expensive but does give you more options.There are a few downsides to using a QX10, mainly the fact that you're reliant on your smartphone or tablet to take (compose) the picture, so you'll be at the mercy of its battery life – unless of course you can charge it up during the day or via a portable battery charger.Where the camera perhaps really comes into its own is when you want to shoot from an awkward angle or distance, as you can control it from up to around 10 metres away. Great for selfies, parties and perhaps even wildlife photography, it's something that you can really have fun experimenting with.All in all it's an intriguing new prospect that will hopefully improve with age and app development.

    8 years ago