Review The tiny power button on this Sony Cyber-shot seems rather superfluous, as sliding the lens cover switches the DSC-TX7 on or off rather neatly. The touchscreen is large, clear, bright and responsive. The on-screen icons are arranged vertically on both sides of the screen, and a nice touch is that you can customise the icon display.
The default setting has the menu button on the top left, and below, icons for movie mode, flash, timer and burst mode. But if you want to swap say, the ISO icon for the timer icon, you simply drag the former onto the left side of the screen to make the switch.
You can use also a touch focus system, and write or draw over images using a paint feature.
The menu system uses large, clear icons. However, one thing I didn’t like was that every time you make an adjustment, you are taken out of the menu system – annoying if you want to tweak more than one setting.
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