Sony reveals Bloggie Touch pocket camera

Sony has announced its newest pocket camcorder, which comes with built-in USB and Bloggie software for easy uploads of your memories to social networks.

The colorful video camera has a “easy to grab” clean and  slim design with rounded edges and brushed aluminium finish.  It is powered by Sony’s Exmor CMOS Sensor, capable to shoots Full HD 1920×1080 videos and  12.8 megapixel stills still images and offers 4x digital zoom. Boasts a bright 3-inch  LCD touchscreen and a sleek new user interface with ‘touch and flick’ capabilities. Bloggie Touch features a 32mm F2.8 lens with wide angle function, SteadyShot image stabilization, packs 4GB or 8GB of internal memory and has a flip-out build-in USB, allowing you easy uploads, as well charges the camera’s battery. It is also capable to records 360-degree panoramic videos and photos,  “free-style shooting”, which allows you to capture movie both in landscape and portrait and a new auto macro mode to focus sharply on objects as close as 10cm away.

Sony Bloggie touch

The Bloggie is available in pink, silver and black finishes and comes built-in Bloggie software for easy uploads to Personal Space, the brand-new online service by Sony for sharing content safely and securely.

Sony Bloggie touch

The new Bloggie™ Touch MHS-TS20K mobile HD snap camera will be available from November 2010.

Key specifications:

Model name

MHS-TS20K

Image sensor

7.22mm (1/2.5 type) Exmor CMOS

Gross pixels

13.0M (approx.)

Still image recording

12.8M (approx.)

Lens

Sony lens

Digital zoom

4x

Auto Macro

Yes(10cm)

Image Stabilisation

SteadyShot

Recording media

8GB Internal Memory*

Video format

MPEG4 AVC/H.264 (MP4)

Video resolution

1920 x 1080 / 30p (16:9)
1280 x 720 / 60p (16:9)
1280 x 720 / 30p (16:9)

LCD Panel

7.6cm (3.0type)/288k dots

Face Detection

Yes(AF/AE)

Interfaces

HDMI
USB (built-in plug)

USB charge

Yes

Built-in Software

Bloggie Software

Weight

125g (including Battery)

Dimensions

15.2 x 107.0 x 52.0 mm (approx.)

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