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SONY has done it again, this time utilizing all of their cutting-edge, innovative technologies and applied them to the next generation of personal pocket videocameras. SONY electronics has released the SONY Bloggie, a high-definition touch camera, capable of shooting beautiful high-quality HD footage and photos…at the same time!
The SONY Bloggie fits easily in the palm of your hand, has a bright, 3.0’’ LCD screen, and weighs only 4.4 ounces, giving the device a sleek and elegant look of simplicity.
The LCD touch screen allows users to easily slide through their videos and photos, and will auto-rotate for vertical or horizontal viewing based on how the user is holding the camera.
With full HD video capturing ability on such a small device, the Bloggie makes it more convenient than ever to capture moments on video. Bloggie videos are recorded in the universally used MP4 format, allowing the owner to easily upload a video to Facebook or YouTube.
Eliminating the hassle of cables, the Bloggie comes with a built in USB stick; the camera connects with no problem to any compatible computer. The Bloggie also comes standard with an HDMI out port, allowing one to watch their recently recorded HD videos on their HDTV.
The 4GB Bloggie captures up to two hours of HD video, while the 8GB model captures up to four.
The Bloggie’s video camera also doubles as a high-powered, 12.8 megapixel photo capturing camera. With this large of a megapixel count, photos are captured beautifully. Dual Recording is also a feature of the Bloggie, allowing the user to take photos while recording a video. The camera has 4x digital zoom, and a built in macro feature enabling the capture of stunning close-up photos.
Sleek to look at and capable of beautiful video and photo capture, SONY again impresses the electronic market with the release of the Bloggie, and Bloggie accessories (printers, attachable flashes, and cases etc.) make using the Bloggie even more intuitive and enjoyable. www.SonyStyle.com
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Written by Christopher Borgione