Sony Cyber-shot TX1: Macro Shots
On a beach trip to Punta Fuego, I dropped by Bag of Beans in Tagaytay. The restaurant was a great place to try out the Sony Cyber-shot TX1′s macro capabilities.
It’s possible to set the camera to macro mode manually, but most likely you’ll never have to, as the TX1′s auto mode is smart enough to go macro if it thinks you’re trying to take an up-close shot of something. Below are shots of a strawberry shake, the details of a utensils, and part of my car’s steering wheel. Click on the thumbnails to view the full-size (and large) versions.
What do you think? Personally, for a camera with such a small sensor size, the macro shots are very detailed. The is particularly obvious with the shot of the utensils. More on the Cyber-shot TX1 to come! In the meantime, you might be interested in joining the Love the Night contest by Sony Philippines, the grand prize of which is a Sony Cyber-shot TX1.
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