Sony Bloggie Camera (Black)

October 15, 2015 - Comment

Shoot, share and enjoy watching HD movies every day with the MHS-FS1 Bloggie camera. It features 4GB of internal memory which is good for recording up to two hours of HD video. You can also snap 5-megapixel still photos. Loaded with features like Auto Macro and SteadyShot image stabilization, you’ll find more ways to express

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Shoot, share and enjoy watching HD movies every day with the MHS-FS1 Bloggie camera. It features 4GB of internal memory which is good for recording up to two hours of HD video. You can also snap 5-megapixel still photos. Loaded with features like Auto Macro and SteadyShot image stabilization, you’ll find more ways to express yourself than ever before. A vivid 2.7″ (diag.) screen will rotate its orientation automatically making it simple for shooting and reviewing your shots. In addition to a flip-out USB arm, the Bloggie has pre-installed software so can easily tag your memories for easy uploading to sites such as YouTube, Facebook and Personal Space by Sony.

Comments

Bruno says:

Easy To Use, 1080p Camera, Built For Sharing! I got my camera today and I was excited to take it for a test drive. My initial impression while unboxing it was how sleek & well packaged it was (the heavy thick internal box was very much like iphone and ipod). You get the camera, a usb extender cable, a camera tether/strap and the documents. The software is built into the camera so don’t be shocked when you don’t see it. The battery was fully charged when I got mine so I was instantly able to power it on and check it out. I started to read…

Gregory Bravo says:

Missing Essential Features, but Easy to Use I bought this specifically to record band rehearsals and performances. I think I might take it back because it is missing a couple of essential features, although it is quite easy to use and has surprisingly good audio quality. 

Inna Tysoe says:

Good camera but the manual especially needs work Let’s start with the bottom line. Sony’s first 3D camera is good, especially considering the price but the manual especially needs a bit of work. 

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