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Features The Bloggie shoots true p video and p video at 60 frames per second, with SteadyShot electronic image stabilization and 4x digital zoom. What sets it apart from this growing crowd of evolved pocket cams? A swiveling, top-mounted lens.
It faces into the belly of the camera while closed, keeping it protected, then rotates out degrees to shoot forward for normal videos, up for panoramas not to mention riveting ceiling and sky footage and back for shooting moody video diaries to put on YouTube.
The all-plastic body also keeps it relatively light, too, at only 4. On the bottom, a ridged slider moves to poke the stubby, built-in USB connector out the side, popping off a tiny plastic door in the process. The power button and mono mic reside up top on the left and right sides, respectively. The thumb naturally gravitates to the middle of the screen when gripping it, making this arrangement somewhat awkward unless you want to use two hands.
Around the corner, an exceptionally flimsy feeling zoom slider lets you glide through different levels of the 4x zoom. Only a portion of the 2. Closing the lens which automatically powers the camera on when swiveled and going into review mode allows you to use the full screen in landscape mode for playing back videos.
The PM5 delivers acceptable video on par with many of its peers, but suffers from many of the same flaws, too. Low light performance on the PM5 is particularly abysmal.
Other cams do the same, but manage to maintain fluid video. Even with a still shot, the blocky, poorly exposed image still lags well behind what other cams manage to do with the same lighting. Fluorescent lights, especially, seemed to throw the PM5 for a loop, making scenes look dingy and yellow.
Highs: Shoots full p video, 5-megapixel stills Swiveling lens provides protection, versatility Compact and lightweight.
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