Summary: I thought I was getting a Pink Sony Bloggie MHS-TS20 8GB because that is what the item description says. But I received a Silver Sony Bloggie MHS-TS10 4GB. The seller "Kryonet" didn't even warn me that the item description was different to what they actually sold me. The colour is wrong. The internal storage space is wrong. They have given me an older/worse version of what they claim to be selling. I can't believe I forked over £111.99 for a second-hand 4GB camera!
Summary: Outstanding in appearance. The whole product promises much. I'm on Windows 8 but I can't get the Bloggie to work. The instructions tell me to make certain the on/off switch is turned off but, after pressing the switch several times, there is no appearance of anything other than a flashing red light near the two switches. I've had it on 'charge' but it makes no differnce. I have tried going on-line to Sony but no connection is ever completed.
Summary: Bought this for my son as he's really into animation at the moment. He finds it really easy to use and has used to make videos and still animations. It's the size of a big mobile phone & charges using the USB ports on his laptop. The quality of video and sound is great and just what he wanted. It's easy to transfer videos on to the computer. The price was good as I didn't want to spend lots of money incase he broke it or lost it. It's quite sturdy though!
Summary: It a great camera and has an amazing prices to quality ratio. I bought because it's one of the few cameras that record HD 720p @ 60fps (what i use more) in its prince range. And, if i want more quality, with a few touches, it records full HD 1080p @ 30fps. It also is capable of great quality photos with 12MP. I recommend to anyone who wants a great quality camera for the lowest price possible.
Summary: pictures not clear, films not clear. i found it hard to work out how to do anything on it. not good bearing in mind the price has gone up to nearly a hundred pounds - maybe for 30 but not 100.