Excerpt: The Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS10 is a lean piece of equipment, with dimensions of about 52x15x107mm. Dominating its back are a 3-inch touchscreen and a record button. The left side offers a HDMI port, while the right side has the power button and the trigger button to snap still photos. On the bottom is a foldout USB connector.
Excerpt: Despite a few design quirks, the Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 is a definite improvement over its non-touchscreen-equipped predecessor. It is capable of taking very attractive video and is ultra-stylish to boot.
Summary: The Sony Bloggie Touch will probably be ideal if you're seeking a mini-camcorder that you can stash in your pocket and use to capture decent video. A lack of settings and a sluggish autofocus limit its uses, though.
Pros: Shoots in 1080p, Produces high-quality video, Simple, sleek design
Cons: Digital zoom best avoided, Often sluggish autofocus
Summary: Pocket camcorders have come a long way since the plasticky, standard def, oh-so-simple Flip hit the market in 2007 – and the Sony Bloggie Touch is testament to that. Clad in a brushed-aluminium jacket and rocking a touchscreen and Exmor CMOS sensor, it’s able to snaffle up Full HD , 1920x1080p clips at 30fps and feels all the way like a premium product.
Excerpt: Following the success of its Bloggie camcorder, Sony has introduced a new model featuring a touchscreen, along with several other nifty improvements. We were on hand at IFA 2010 to take a look at the new pocket camcorder and this is what we thought.
Pros: Compact design, touchscreen, HD video, 360 lens
Summary: The very practical Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20K is a well made camera with all the options you need and the ability to shoot in full HD, but potential are advised to first check out the competition before committing. There is better out there.
Summary: This isn’t the cheapest flash-based camcorder going. But it comes with the kind if sturdy build and top-end features we’ve come to expect from Sony. If you like your kit to have a bit more to it than the basics, but don’t want to break the bank, then the Bloggie Touch is a worthwhile option.