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Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS10 Camcorder Review

Sony's newest ultracompact camcorder, whose name hints at its key feature—a 3-inch touchscreen LCD

November 29, 2010
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Introduction

The Bloggie Touch MHS-TS10 ($179 MSRP) is Sony's newest ultracompact camcorder, and its name should give you a hint about its key feature—a 3-inch touchscreen LCD. The Bloggie Touch isn't simply an upgrade over last year's Bloggie camcorders from Sony (the MHS-PM5 and MHS-CM5), it's a completely different camcorder with unique features and a stylish design.

Note: The Bloggie Touch is available in two models: a 4GB version (MHS-TS10) and an 8GB version (MHS-TS20). The MHS-TS20 is available in silver, black, blue, or pink. The MHS-TS10, which is shown throughout this review, is only available in black or silver.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Product Tour
  3. Color & Noise Performance
  4. Motion & Sharpness
  5. Low Light Performance
  6. Compression & Media
  7. Manual Controls
  8. Still Features
  9. Handling & Use
  10. Playback & Connectivity
  11. Audio & Other Features
  12. Kodak Playsport Comparison
  13. Sony MHS-CM5 Comparison
  14. Flip SlideHD Comparison
  15. Conclusion
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