Reviews and Problems with Sony Bloggie Touch (MHS-TS20/MHS-TS10)
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20 April 2011
Summary: This isn’t the cheapest flash-based camcorder going. But it comes with the kind if sturdy build and top-end features we’ve come to expect from Sony. If you like your kit to have a bit more to it than the basics, but don’t want to break the bank, then the Bloggie Touch is a worthwhile option.
Conclusion: The easy-to-use, good-looking Sony Bloggie Touch shoots excellent-quality video at a variety of frame rates, and captures great still images—it's our new Editors' Choice for pocket camcorders.
Pros: Excellent video quality. Small, sleek form factor. Large, touch-screen LCD. Shoots high-quality 12MP still images. HDMI out. Simple drag-and-drop interface on computer.
Cons: USB arm feels a bit flimsy. Touch screen interface is occasionally confusing. No support for accessories. No HDMI cable included.
Excerpt: Despite a few design quirks, the Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 is a definite improvement over its non-touchscreen-equipped predecessor. It is capable of taking very attractive video and is ultra-stylish to boot.
Sony Bloggie Touch review: a Full HD pocket cam aimed at bloggers
Good Gear Guide.au
10 April 2011
Summary: Despite a few design quirks, the Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 is a definite improvement over its non-touchscreen-equipped predecessor. It is capable of taking very attractive video and is ultra-stylish to boot.
Pros: Good Full HD video performance, attractive design, user-friendly interface
Summary: The Sony Bloggie Touch will probably be ideal if you're seeking a mini-camcorder that you can stash in your pocket and use to capture decent video. A lack of settings and a sluggish autofocus limit its uses, though.
Pros: Shoots in 1080p, Produces high-quality video, Simple, sleek design
Cons: Digital zoom best avoided, Often sluggish autofocus