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Smaller, lighter, and features built-in Wi-Fi connectivity
Enhanced video performance
Camera is decent
Excellent video quality, Versatile shooting modes
Waterproof without requiring a housing
Amazing and super simple action cam
Good low-budget option
Simple and no-nonsense use, Rotating lens with laser leveling
Lightweight body and offers a decent number of recording options
Best wearable camcorder ever
Initial impressions a good start for Sony - Sony HDR-AS15
Inexpensive, Rugged build
Auto record feature begins recording when movement occurs and ends when movement stops.
Nice camera and a good size to hold on to
'There's no flash or video light.'
'Water- and drop-proof'
'Low light recording is very poor, details are hard to discern.'
'Waterproof to 3m.'
'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. '
Expensive and no optical image stabilization.
Premium price, but definitely worth the extra price.
Great outdoor capabilities
'Excellent HD Camera'
'colours are warm and well saturated – reds particularly eye popping and skin tones bright and healthy looking – with detail and sound impressively clear when viewed back on a flat panel telly.'
'remarkably smooth video'
'Mac users have to manually copy video files to their computers.'
'Big, bright screen.'
'Top-notch video for a pocket camcorder.'
'the Vado's native encoding format isn't compatible with QuickTime.'
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