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Shoots full 1080p video.
Swiveling lens provides protection.
Compact and lightweight.
Large 2.4-inch screen.
Accepts SD and Memory Stick Pro Duo cards.
Easy to upload clips.
Subpar video quality.
Dismal quality on panoramic videos.
Pronounced rolling shutter effect, motion blur.
No HDMI output.
Awkwardly placed record button.
29-minute recording cap.
Unresponsive record button.
Poor in low light.
By GadgetSpeak on September 27, 2010
This is Sony’s entry into the Small and light Camcorder market. I have reviewed a number of units in this and so far my choice has been the offerings from Flip. Here Sony adds a couple of extras still images and 360 degree images or...
By Stuff NZ on June 15, 2010
The strangely named Sony Bloggie is one of the newer high-definition camcorders to hit the market. The 5-megapixel camera can record videos in HD and take photos, both of which can be uploaded to social media sites such as YouTube by plugging the...
By Digital Trends on April 21, 2010
Sony’s Bloggie MHS-P5K promises 360-degree motion panoramas, but produces nauseating footage unfit for human...
By DigitalVersus on March 26, 2010
360° video An original feature of the Sony Bloggie is its ability to capture 360° panoramic video. To do this, a separate 360° lens containing a concave mirror is attached to the regular camcorder lens. A software application then...
By AsiaOne on March 23, 2010
Both record to memory cards (Memory Stick and SDHC/SD) at a 5-megapixel resolution (still pictures) and 1920x1080 (videos).MHS-PM5K has a clip-on 360-degree video lens, which enables users to record the surrounding environment.The camera is compact...
By TechRadar on March 17, 2010
Sony's MHS-PM5K is a pocket-size camcorder offering full 1,920 x 1,080 resolution and the ability to shoot 5MP stills and take 360° videos.Sony doesn't want you to call it by its product name though; it wants the PM5K to be known as the...
By RegHardware on March 16, 2010
Compared to other models of this ilk, Sony’s MHS-PM5K Bloggie certainly offers decent video and stills. The articulating lens makes shooting easy and creative and even the digital zoom gives better results than you’d expect, it’s just...
By Gizmodo on March 05, 2010
Sure, it has a ridiculous name, but on paper the Bloggie's got it all—1080p video capture, the ability to switch resolutions and frame rate, plus a lens attachment that lets you record 360-degree videos. Bells and whistles galore. Sony thought...
By Stuff.tv on March 05, 2010
Perfect for video bloggers and a doddle to use, but image quality and design flaws spoil the party...
By CNET Australia on March 04, 2010
Bigger than its competitors, the Bloggie rewards with its novel swivelling lens head, decent video quality and 360-degree panoramic lens...
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