Summary: Best cammera I have ever had. This camera is hard to break. Even if you drop it 5 times it will only scratch it. Most cameras being dropped will get lens scratches and break. This is my 7th camera and will be my last. The lens are protected, and easy to sneak in concerts. lol.
Summary: i read alot of good and bad reviews for this saw alot of stuff on youtube but i still got this camera for 150.00 it was well worth the money old samsung 65x zoom screen went wacky that still worked but couldnt see nothen but but a black screen and want a new camera i wasnt sure when i was gonna get this but on 6/9/13 bought it and got it 6/17/13 went from brooklyn new york to tucson if your lookin for a small camera i say get this! takes 5hrs to charge ..
Summary: I was really surprised at the quality and ease of operation of this small video camera. Since upgrading to a higher end DSLR with HD video, I now keep my Bloggie in the center console of my car, just in case I see something worth recording. I really like mine.
Summary: I bought this camera on a whim because I was looking for something small, cheap, and something that had a front and back view for filming videos. I like this a lot because it does exactly what it needs to do. You don't really have to look at the directions to know how to use it, there aren't that many controls. It's simple and does the job, plus it has great quality. The usb is definitely very convenient when it comes to charging and transferring videos.
This is one of those cameras that will put the fun back in to photography.
30 September 2012
Summary: As with the exceptional Sony DSC-HX5V movie/pano/burst rate camera, I was completely blown away with the Sony Bloggie MHS-PM5! Even if you already own a DSLR or two, perhaps a compact digicam and maybe an HD camcorder, this one will fire up your acquisitive hormones. Looking more like a mobile phone or iPod, the Bloggie is a digital camera reduced to the absolute minimum, then topped up with a pile of fascinating features.