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Sony MHS-TS20K bloggie touch pocket camcorder review

September 4th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Sony adds up the innovative technology to its product list of camcorders. Sony MHS-TS20K is the latest touchscreen pocket camcorder. The model is designed measuring the dimensions of 15.2 X 107 X 52 mm and weighing around 125 g. The sophisticated slim and rounded edge model is designed to fit in your pocket so that you cannot miss any special moment of your life. Sony presents the cool Sony MHS-TS20K pocket camcorder with attractive colors like pink, black and silver.

The Sony MHS-TS20K comes with built-in 1/25 Exmor CMOS sensor technology. This technology is designed to consume less static power and reduce noise to give good quality image. It is built with image stabilizer that reduces blur effect and produces clear and steady picture. It is useful to capture still images as well as record video clips. It can capture an image of 12.8 megapixel and record HD video with resolution of 1920 X1080 pixels in MP4 format. It has user friendly features with Bloggie touchscreen software.

The classic quality 32 mm lens with F2.8 aperture makes it easy to capture bright and focused image. The sleek model is equipped with a stylish 3 inch touch screen display to give extra sophisticated look. It gives complete view of the subject to be focused while clicking photos or recording videos.

The lens has wide angle autofocus technology which is supported by Bloggie touch. The device can be adjusted to auto macro mode. This enables the user to closely focus on the subject (Just 10 cm away). This mode is used while focusing on written matter or colourful feathers of a tiny bird or a beautiful tiny little creature. Bloggie touch allows the user to record the videos at 360 degrees and frees the pictures all around as it has a 360 degree lens adaptor. 4 hours of HD video shoot is facilitated by Bloggie touch. The device has storage capacity of 8 GB.

The device is not very difficult to operate. We can easily click a still image while video recording is on, without disrupting the recording.

Sony MHS-TS20K pocket camcorder comes with a built in lithium ion battery and a flip out style USB cord. This can be used to charge the battery as well as connect to the computer to share the videos and images with friends on internet. Bloggie touch facilitates this process instantly without installing any software CD. We can even tag the images and send it later. The pre-loaded software called Bloggie simplifies content addition and sharing with Sony’s brand new social networking site Personal Space which is quite easy compared to sending an email with huge attachments.

With all these unique attributes the all new Sony MHS-TS20K pocket camcorder with bloggie touch technology has the capacity to record beautiful moments in life and a day out with friends or family and treasure all the memories for ever. This elegant piece will come in market by November 2010 at affordable base price of $199.99.

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