But nowhere near as good as cams available on high end smartphones
23 January 2015
Summary: I've had it for several years now. A handy little cam with screens on both sides so you can take regular pics and selfies as well as videos. But nowhere near as good as cams available on high end smartphones, so in a way smartphones have made this product obsolete.
Summary: I bought my Bloggie to record interviews at conferences. It's pretty cool I like the fact that you take photos while you it's recording. You do get decent images and videos at close distances; however, it because fuzzy when used at a distance.
Summary: I bought the bloggie to take videos of my lesson kids riding horses so they can see themselves and it takes great video. The only problem I have is sharing the videos, it takes forever to upload them and you have to use the sony software which is sub-par..
Summary: So just as a caveat I have been using FLIP cameras for quite a while when the Bloggie became available for Vine. Excited that I could get my chance to play with one I was ecstatic when it arrived.
Summary: I read the reviews regarding this device on many sites and I think a lot of people were expecting more than what they paid for. My biggest concern were the reviews pertaining to the Bloggie working with a Mac. I'm happy to say that Sony had the software available at their site.
Summary: I love my bloggie! I'm really happy I purchased it. I use it to make youtube videos. Mostly reviews and vlogging. It's great because it has the outer camera so I can record myself easily. There are a few things that I'm not a fan of. There is a slight buzzing sound when video is played.
Summary: This cute machine which has the option of front and back viewing, I found the camera itself easy to use, great for travel; although, not being very computer literate, the downloading, blogging, burning took me awhile to do.
Summary: I love this camera! I just got it yesterday and it only took about an hour to master the set up and charging. I used the online product guide for more detailed instructions since what came in the box didn't really explain things all that well.