Sony Cybershot DSC-TX20 can be operated at a depth of water of up to 5 meters for a full hour. For extreme weather toughness, this camera can last up to a temperature of -10 degrees Celsius. Sony Cybershot DSC TX20 also has MIL STD 810F certification which enables resilient from a height of 1.5 meters.
In terms of design, the Sony gives excessive security for any existing slot. You have to open the slot cover HDMI and USB in order to transfer data. Pretty easy, just click the button beside it. Unfortunately, in terms of finishing, sleek contours so easy to escape from the grip when used in wet conditions. The screen size of 3 inches plus XtraFine features TruBlack TFT touchscreen which has a 920,000 dot pixels, giving a clear display even in bright light conditions though. Unfortunately, the touch panel menu controls are quite small on the screen, make it difficult for those who have big fingers.
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Equipped with Exmor R CMOS sensor with 16.2 megapixel resolution which has auto focus speed is more agile and multishot up to 10 fps. Using a 25-100 mm lens size, which is capable of 4x optical zoom. Its ISO range from 125 to 3200, suitable for use in a variety of lighting conditions. Sony claims the camera is capable of shooting up to 250 photo images with the life of 125 minutes, 3800 still image display with a battery life of 190 minutes or record video with a duration of up to 60 minutes.
How to Recover Deleted Photos?
- Download and install photo recovery software on your computer, for example I use R-Studio
- Connect your camera memory card to a computer with a card reader.
- Launch the R-STUDIO software, if the R-STUDIO’s icon not appear on window you can open it from the START> PROGRAMS> R-STUDIO NTFS / FAT> R-STUDIO NTFS / FAT
- To begin the process of restoring data, please double-click the name of your memory card
- Once the memory card is finished being scanned, it will show some ordinary folder and some folders on the red cross. Folders are at the red cross means that the folder is a folder that has been deleted from the memory card, while the folder is not in the red cross is still there on the memory card.
- Now please find the name of the file that you will return in the folders in red cross by giving checklist in front of the file name.
- After selecting the file, please click on the FILE menu> RECOVER
- Determine the location of the return of the file by clicking the “>” in the right column OUTPUT FOLDER
- Click the OK button
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