Reviews and Problems with Sony Bloggie Touch (MHS-TS20/MHS-TS10)
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4 May 2011
Conclusion: The very practical Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20K is a well made camera with all the options you need and the ability to shoot in full HD, but potential are advised to first check out the competition before committing. There is better out there.
Pros: If there’s one thing we love the most about the Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20K it’s how simple it is to use. There’s a single button on the front for recording video, and two more for snapping still photos and turning the power off. It couldn’t be any easier. Other controls let you choose between different video formats such as 1080p and 720p high definition, while the still photo options let you switch it up from 12-megapixels to 2-megapixels to give extra flexibility ...
Cons: The touchscreen interface however isn’t quite as responsive as you might get on some iOS and Android smartphones, with some commands failing to register unless given a second tap. Images might be clear but they lack vibrancy, tending to look rather dull in places. The Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20K might shoot in HD, but don’t expect it to replace full-blown camcorders anytime soon. The autofocus could also do with a little work in darker conditions. There’s a tendency ...
Summary: Pocket camcorders have come a long way since the plasticky, standard def, oh-so-simple Flip hit the market in 2007 – and the Sony Bloggie Touch is testament to that. Clad in a brushed-aluminium jacket and rocking a touchscreen and Exmor CMOS sensor, it’s able to snaffle up Full HD , 1920x1080p clips at 30fps and feels all the way like a premium product.