Summary: This is not an intuitive piece of electronics. I find it somewhat complicated to use. Once the video is downloaded though, it's got some decent user applications. The quality of the built-in speaker is abysmal.
Summary: Is a pause button an option? This is the third bloggie I have owned and none of them can do the simple act of letting you pause while recording. I do not understand how you can make good vidio's without being able to pause while recording,or maybe its just me.
Summary: I think this is a great device if you want to have a comparable camera separate from your smart phone. It is great for vblogs, documenting, capturing soccer games. As long as the subject is pretty well lit, it is pretty good quality. I came to the conclusion that I would rather have the galaxy s3.
Summary: I've been using the Duo for a few months now and I've notice some faults with it and how to avoid them. I've notice when I first got the Duo that the 1080p recording setting seemed to have video skipping issues. When I switched to 720p @ 60 fps it didn't happen for a long time.
Summary: I'm not one for really reading instructions, so I guess it's a good thing this camera came with very few. That seems to be the trend lately, so if you need detailed steps or want to explore the fancier functions of this camera, you'll have to go online to download the instructions in PDF file.
Marshall Carter "Ornery Gamer, Fiend Club Member", Amazon
23 June 2011
Summary: The Bloggie itself is a decent enough little camera for the price. Neither the video or picture quality is out-of-this-world good, but I really don't expect it to be at this price-point. Video is definitely the stronger-suit of the Bloggie.
Summary: The Sony Bloggie is a petite little HD (1280x720 pixels at 30 frames per second) camcorder with a welcome image stabilization feature to cut down on the tiresome "shakeycam" syndrome seen in so many family videos.