Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 review: a neat but flawed lens

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The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 looks and sounds like something 007 might get in the next James Bond movie. However, the camera-in-a-lens might get Bond into some trouble, because what the device has in looks and design can not make up for some cumbersome performance issues.

While Sony should be applauded for trying something new to bolster point-and-shoot camera sales, the device is unfortunately, found wanting.

The QX10 is officially called a “lens-sensor module” by Sony — an all-in-one camera in the form of a zoom lens. It literally has everything a standard camera has: its own sensor, processor, battery, and SD-slot. The only thing it doesn’t have is a viewfinder/LCD.

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