Best non-professional camera for the money
Sturdy build and waterproofing
Decent video performance
Shock and waterproof body
'photos were sharp and accurate, and the Bloggie is definitely a serviceable pocket camera.'
'Still, for just £178, it remains a pretty good deal.'
'At 4.4 oz and measuring in at 2 x 4.2 x .59-inches, the Bloggie Touch is remarkably thin. '
Compact camera design, not too bulky to carry around
Capability of recording 'Double Full HD' 3D images
Instant glasses-less 3D monitoring
'sub-HD resolution sensor'
Menus are well laid out and easy to navigate
Large 3-inch touchscreen LCD
'very soft and noisy video'
'Easy to copy files onto an external source, just drag/drop. '
Should have went with a high def model
'Auto-focusing is only a workaround.'
Very easy to use, just point and shoot, no instructions needed
Generally decent performance
Compatible with both Sony Memory Sticks and SD Cards
Good audio quality and has a built-in projector.
'Their sub-HD resolution sensor produces merely satisfactory video.'
'The HDR-CX160 features several automated modes for better recording, including Optical SteadyShot for more stable videos, Tracking Focus to keep focus on a moving object, and Wind Noise Reduction. '
Great battery life
Excellent image quality and Exmor R CMOS sensor offers great low-light video recording.
'Video and stills are sharp and clear.'
The electronic image stabilization won't help you with the lens fully extended.
Especially for those who want to capture family moments in video.
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