Summary: this will not work in low light at all. tried taking videos n pics indoors and they come out soooo dark. the led light makes no difference. it looks great touch screen is cool. during day love taking video n being able to snap stills at same time, but as soon as its dusk its useless. currently the simple touch video button is not working for me..
Summary: The Sony Bloggie Sport is an interesting piece of work. I got this to make a few home movies in all weather situations. How-ever, the touch screen is a pain in the butt to use. It is VERY slow to respond, even after being repeatedly calibrated. This camera seems to be well sealed against dust, dirt, mud and water intrusion. It can even withstand a fall from about twelve feet! (I dropped it off of a ladder!
Summary: I have used this quite a bit for a while now, and I have to say it takes very good video. The learning curve isn't bad at all, and I like the portability and ruggedness of the Sony Bloggie Sport. It does have decent internal storage and video settings, as well as a format feature to clear up space. The fact that it is waterproof is nice, and it's easy to hold and mount to a tripod. The USB feature is great, I love that.
Summary: Good value and great Amazon service. My son has used it at the skate park and put several You Tube videos up with it. He loves it and if he can't kill it, it must be well made. The best camera for a teen you can get, IMHO. The telephoto could be better, but action shots are clear out to around 30 feet or so. He also used it in the local swimming pool and it remained water tight. He has had no problems hooking it to the computer (an older XP Pro, dual processor).