Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX20 Review

December 26, 2012 | Matt Grayson | |

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11:27 am - Thursday, December 27, 2012

#2 Saad Masood

nice one cyber shot cameras are good. i more of a Nikon guy but i must say that this is a good camera

8:34 am - Friday, December 28, 2012

#3 Juhlien Hääkuvaus

I have used Sony Cyber-Shot cameras before and can’t wait to try this new one. Still, I don’t believe that it beats Nikons overally.

10:55 am - Friday, December 28, 2012

#4 Joe Prete

To our readers,
From the Staff and Writers at we want to wish you all a safe and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! And may your future include many new Cameras!
Drive Safely,
... Joe Prete

10:24 pm - Monday, December 31, 2012

#5 Mike S

I love this Camera just got back from a snowboarding trip, and it works really well for a tough camera, its small as well.  No one even new that it was a tough camra as it is a normal size.  Got some great panoramic photos and 3D photos also, and am really pleased with the quality.  I also purchased a Camera Demon and used this with the Sony TX20 and got some great footage, really high quality.  It is really easy to use while attached to your helmet, as they have a seperate record video button.  All in all a great all round tough camera that gives great images.  Well done Sony!

11:51 pm - Wednesday, March 27, 2013

#6 Lakbay Diva

the touch screen is useless underwater… it’s not satisfactory for people who love to snorkel.

4:04 am - Sunday, May 5, 2013

#7 Juan Carlos

Hi to all, beware of SONY waterproof cameras, specifically CYBER-SHOT models, the battery cover crack resulting in the camera being leaky so you are left without waterproof camera, and what is worse SONY is not responsible of the repair

7:27 pm - Wednesday, July 31, 2013


This camera has been marketed wrong,  I use as an action sport camera on my motorcycle,  it beats the pants off the Hero sports camera.. I bought a second one to attach to my car for my driving while in Hawaii

5:52 pm - Sunday, January 12, 2014

#9 Jeon

Supposed to be shock proof but unfortunately it wasn’t. Accidentally dropped it at a height of less than 3 feet and the battery lid cracked. And Sony centres wanted to charge me RM350 to replace the cover. Note that the cover is made from very low quality plastic.

4:52 pm - Tuesday, May 19, 2015

#10 Joe Prete

At close to 3 feet, it’s quite a bit more than one could expect from a Shockproof camera, but a battery door is not difficult to replace, so maybe you should buy the part, and put it on yourself. …(assuming that everything else still works okay). Look for the part, at their site and you may find that shipping is included, so it may be worth it.
FYI- Parts can also be found on and where I just found a few, one for $8.00 and several at $9.95 each. I am in the US, but you shouldn’t have much trouble finding this part, even if it’s not available at Sony. Try the Toll-Free number with your Owner’s Guide first, they may be able to order it quicker that way.
(Note: The Part Number is usually stamped inside the Door)
… Joe Prete

6:12 pm - Tuesday, May 19, 2015

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hd video, hd, 3 inch LCD, wide-angle, 16 megapixel, touch-screen, touch screen, 10fps, 1080i, 4x zoom, 25mm, waterproof, shockproof, dustproof, freezeproof, 200mm, Cybershot, sony tx20, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX20 Review, sony dsc-tx20

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