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Sony MHS-PM1

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Overall 6

Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1

5 September 2014
  • Summary: The MHS-PM1 Webbie HD represents a step forward for Sony in the minicamcorder arena--but some quirks and only OK video quality prevent it from being compelling enough to best the competition.
  • Pros: Attractive design; captures video at 720p and 1080p "HD" resolution; memory-card expansion slot; swiveling lens; component video cables; rechargeable lithium ion battery.
  • Cons: Price doesn't include an optional memory card (onboard memory is limited to 12MB for capturing video); rechargeable battery doesn't recharge via USB connector; no integrated USB connector; no protective carrying case included.
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Videomaker's 2009 Best Pocket Camcorder: Sony MHS-PM1 Webbie HD Pocket High Definition Camcorder Review

22 October 2009
  • Summary: A solid addition to the growing line-up of pocket Web-oriented HD camcorders.
  • Pros: Fairly easy for beginners, Surprisingly good quality picture, Tiny size
  • Cons: Quirky interface, Cannot zoom smoothly, Ancillary cables and adaptors could have been built-in
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Overall 6

Sony Bloggie MHS-PM1 camcorder review

Pocket Lint
26 February 2010
  • Conclusion: Users are more likely to get a naturalistic performance from their subjects (particularly the smaller members of the family) if approaching them with a camcorder with a diminutive form factor such as this - arguably less intimidating than a "proper" sized device, though the bright orange finish of our review sample may cause a few migraines.
  • Pros: Swivelling lens compartment helps this one stand out from the crowd, inexpensive option for those wanting a portable yet solidly built HD recording device
  • Cons: Screen is small and poky, no HDMI connectivity, built-in microphone picks up operational noise and user adjustments, impossible to smoothly and seamlessly adjust angle of view of top-mounted lens compartment once filming has commenced
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Overall 6

Sony MHS-PM1 review

21 December 2009
  • Summary: A decent budget camcorder, but nothing spectacular
  • Pros: Feels great in the hand, rotating lens
  • Cons: Lack of decent storage, washy images
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Overall 8

Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 review

PC Advisor
5 December 2009
  • Summary: The flashy Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 camcorder offers far more features than most flash camcorders we've seen.
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Overall 6

Sony MHS-PM1 review

26 November 2009
  • Summary: Sony probably considers its arrival to the pocket camcorder party to be ‘fashionably late’, but in reality the MHS-PM1 is an awkward bystander to a conga dance led by the Kodak Zi8 . Not that it’ll go unnoticed for long – its David Dickinson orange finish catches the eye, and there’s also a novel twist with a lens that can be rotated 270 degrees. This helps to protect the lens, and makes it ideal if for those who like to dabble in video blogging.
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Overall 8

The first pocket camcorder with 1080p video recording

Good Gear Guide.au
28 October 2009
  • Summary: For a pocket camcorder, the Sony Webbie MHS-PM1 is loaded with features and produces decent video quality. That said, there are several products on the market that offer superior results.
  • Pros: Lots of advanced features, 1080p recording, good image quality for asking price
  • Cons: Cheap plastic finish, no integrated USB connector, video performance trumped by Flip Mino HD
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Overall 5
Value for money 5
Features 7
Performance 5

Sony MHS-PM1

PC Pro
24 September 2009
  • Conclusion: Neat design is marred by mediocre quality and annoying foibles. It doesn’t take the crown from the Flip Mino HD
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Recursos da minifilmadora da Sony compensam vídeos de qualidade menor

PC World
3 days ago
  • Summary: Com bom preço, Webbie HD MHS-PM1 tem cinco modos de gravação, faz fotos em 5 megapixels reais e aceita cartões de memória.
  • Pros: Oferece bom conjunto de recursos, Versatilidade, câmera gira 270 graus, Aceita cartão de memória
  • Cons: Qualidade de vídeo não é muito boa
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Overall 6

Expert Review

27 October 2009
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