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Sony MHS-PM1 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
DateMay 2009
Lens system
Digital zoom4x
Weight & dimensions
Width23.5 mm
Depth55.3 mm
Height103.3 mm
Weight120 g
Picture quality
Camera typeCompact camera
Megapixel5 MP
Sensor typeCMOS
Scene modesBacklight, Sports, Landscape
Colour of productOrange

Reviews of Sony MHS-PM1
Reviewed on 2010-04-16
While many current DSLRs are capable of shooting high quality HD video, They're all a bit large for casual use. Many digicams can also shoot video, though the one's capable of HD are usually the more expensive models. Enter the Sony MHS-PM1 "webbie"...
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Reviewed on 2009-08-19
Offers 1080p video resolution; good sound; easy top use controls; removable battery.
Poor video quality; zoom stutters; no image stabilization or an external microphone jack; no HDMI output.
It’s hard to think about camcorders without thinking about Sony, whose standard-sized camcorders have a devoted following. So it’s not surprising to see that Sony wants a piece of the pocket camcorder market, which is heating up. Sony’s pocket camcorde...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-09
Swivel lens allows for a wide array of shooting angles, Fun, lightweight design with three color options, Sharp 1440 x 1080 video
Jerky zoom, Blurry still photos, Lacks flip-out USB connector or HDMI output, No editing tools software
When Sony starts selling sub-$200 pocket camcorders, you know the category is here to stay. The company’s $169 MHS-PM1 Webbie HD Camera is one of a kind, thanks to its swivel lens. Unlike most competitors in its price range, this pocket cam shoots 108...
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Reviewed on 2009-05-12
The Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM1 looks like a toy, but don't let its basic looks and controls fool you: the Webbie has the most well-rounded feature set we've seen.The Sony Webbie HD MHS-PM11 has five different shooting modes: Auto, Backlight, Low-Light, Sp...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-22
Attractive design; captures video at 720p and 1080p "HD" resolution; memory-card expansion slot; swiveling lens; component video cables; rechargeable lithium ion battery.
Price doesnt include an optional memory card (onboard memory is limited to 12MB for capturing video); rechargeable battery doesnt recharge via USB connector; no integrated USB connector; no protective carrying case included.
Sonys first entry in the minicamcorder arena was 2007s NSC-GC1 Net-sharing Cam. That model didnt fare too well in , but Sony seems to have learned from that experience as evidenced by its new line of YouTube-friendly budget camcorders, dubbed "Webbi...
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Reviewed on 2009-04-12
The affordable, tapeless HD camcorder is a hot market area today, and it was only a matter of time before Sony followed in the success of Sanyo and Panasonic with a serious effort of its own. Aimed at being a combination of features and easy accessibil...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Fairly easy for beginners, Surprisingly good quality picture, Tiny size
Quirky interface, Cannot zoom smoothly, Ancillary cables and adaptors could have been builtin
Sony MHS-PM1 Webbie HD Pocket High Definition Camcorder Reviewed (page 2) ...
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Reviewed on 2009-10-23
Lots of advanced features, 1080p recording, good image quality for asking price
Cheap plastic finish, no integrated USB connector, video performance trumped by Flip Mino HD
Note: pricing for this product is in US$.As you may have noticed, high-definition pocket camcorders are growing up fast. Pure Digital's popular Flip line of camcorders (which includes the standard-definition Flip Mino and the high-def Flip MinoHD) has scored well in the market, so it isn't surprising that the past year has seen big-name companies such as Kodak, Creative, and RCA entering the pocket-camcorder ring as well.And now we can add another big name to the mix. Sony recently announced
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