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Sony Bloggie Live MHS-TS55 HD
Sony Bloggie Sport HD MHS-TS22
Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20
Sony MHS-TS20K
Sony MHS-FS2
Sony Bloggie Live MHS-TS55 HD Camcorder
Sony Bloggie Sport HD MHS-TS22/R Camcorder
Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 High Definition AVC  AVCHD Camcorder
Sony MHS-TS20K Camcorder
Sony MHS-FS2 Bloggie 4 GB  Hard Drive Camcorder
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Release Date
Jan 2012
Mar 2012
Sep 2010
Dec 2010
Jan 2011
Depth
0.625 in.
0.84 in.
0.63 in.
0.6 in.
0.75 in.
HDD Size
8.0 GB
4.0 GB
8.0 GB
8.0 GB
4.0 GB
Recording Format
Flash Media, High Definition
MP4 (MPEG-4 AVC (H.264))
Flash Media
Flash Media, High Definition
AVC, H.264, MPEG-4
Camcorder Type
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
Memory Still Resolution
12.8 MegaPixels
5.0 MegaPixels
12.78 MegaPixels
12.8 MegaPixels
5.04 MegaPixels
Recordable Media
MPEG-4
Flash Media
Flash Media
MPEG4 AVC/H.264 (MP4)
Flash Media
Use
Video
Video
Video
Video
Video

  • The Bloggie Live's benefits include a lower price tag and a simpler feature set. It's a dedicated camcorder, so you don't have to worry about all the other features, apps, and costs associated with owning a smartphone. Then again, if you already have a smartphone that can record and transfer video wirelessly, then there's really no good reason to buy a Bloggie Live.


  • The Sony Bloggie Live is an excellent pocket camcorder with groundbreaking wireless features, but it's a tough sell in the age of do-everything smartphones.


  • Without a doubt, the Sony Bloggie Live is the most versatile pocket camcorder we've tested in terms of wireless streaming, peer-to-peer sharing, and still-image resolution. Admittedly, it lacks a couple of useful features found in Kodak's Zi8, such as a mic-in port, a dedicated macro/landscape toggle, and removable storage. Is it a compelling alternative to a higher-end smartphone? That depends on whether you already own a smartphone, and on how much you value the Bloggie's live-streaming skills.


  • Sony's bloggies have never quite been the value option. If you want a decent waterproof pocket Internet camcorder, then Samsung's W200 is very keenly priced, Polaroid's X720 even more cost effective, and then Panasonic's HM-TA20 and Kodak's Playsport Zx5 are also both cheaper than the bloggie Sport. Features are also very limited, even for a camcorder of this type. But this is a typically solid Sony device, and of course image quality is top of the genre.

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    The Bloggie Sport won't challenge the pro-level video cameras in terms of features and quality, but its simple interface and sturdy, waterproof body is likely to appeal to families at the beach or the extreme sports enthusiast who regularly finds his or her camera submerged in water.


  • The Sony Bloggie Sport is much like previous Sony pocket camcorders only a lot hardier. Waterproof and impervious to dust and (moderate) drops onto hard surfaces, you'll struggle to break it. It's simple to use, with barely any settings to tweak and one huge record button to kick off video although the touchscreen can be slightly unresponsive at times.


  • If you're looking for a simple shoot-and-share minicamcorder, the Bloggie Touch is a good option--that is, as long as you understand its limitations.


  • 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.


  • Although the Sony Bloggie Touch offers a beautiful design and excellent still-image quality, it stumbles on its core function: capturing video.


  • Now that more and more phones are offering video recording at HD resolutions, with Internet upload abilities built in, the writing would appear to be on the wall for pocket Internet camcorders such as the Bloggie Touch.

    However, Sony has still managed to give it some features that could lure you away. For a start, the much larger sensor means image quality in low light will be significantly better. But the 360-degree attachment is also unique.


  • Overall the Sony Bloggie Touch feels like a bit of a missed opportunity. It's beautiful on the outside, small, well made and lightweight, and captures good-quality video and stills, but lacks anything truly stellar to elevate it beyond the competition - especially given its price tag.


  • Great fun, easy to use, and shoots top quality 1080p video to boot. Move over Flip, here comes Bloggie.


  • With its second front-facing display, Sony's Bloggie Duo (MHS-FS2) is a near-perfect pocket camcorder for self-shooters. But if it the best performance you're after, the Bloggie Touch still reigns supreme.


  • The Sony Bloggie Duo (MHS-FS2) is a digital video recorder built to fit comfortably in a pocket.


Top 5 pocket sony camcorder:

  1. Sony Bloggie Live MHS-TS55 HD Camcorder
  2. Sony Bloggie Sport HD MHS-TS22/R Camcorder
  3. Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 High Definition AVC AVCHD Camcorder
  4. Sony MHS-TS20K Camcorder
  5. Sony MHS-FS2 Bloggie 4 GB Hard Drive Camcorder