Series Highlights: 8GB, Full HD 1080p video, 12.8-megapixel stills, 3.0" (diag.) touch screen, flip-out USB arm, MP4 video format HD video on tap. Just pull the Bloggie™ Touch camera out of your pocket and you're ready to capture Full HD video and 12.8-megapixel still shots at a moment's notice. You'll notice the elegant simplicity of a single record button and a large touch screen for showcasing your shots. All the fun is stored on built-in memory, and you can easily upload your movies to your favorite social networking sites like Youtube™ and Facebook™. Touch and Slide The Bloggie Touch camera features a 3.0" (diag.) capacitive touch screen for touching and sliding effortlessly through all of your photos and HD videos. It even auto-rotates for vertical or horizontal viewing based on how you're holding it. Full HD 1080p Video Shoot amazing-looking HD video no matter where you are. And because Bloggie Touch videos are recorded in the web-friendly MP4 format, all of your footage can be easily uploaded to your favorite sharing sites1. The handy HDMI™ out even lets you watch your videos on your compatible HDTV. Slim and Convenient Weighing a mere 4.5 ounces and sporting a svelte profile, this compact video camera is made to move. And there are no messy cables. Just swing out the built-in USB arm and connect directly to your compatible computer. Pre-installed Software If you can shoot it, you can share it. Just tag your favorite photos and videos with software that's built into the Bloggie Touch and upload when you get home. It's perfect for posting to YouTube, Facebook®, Picasa®, Flickr® and Sony's Personal Space. Auto Macro and 4x Zoom The Bloggie Touch can sense when you're close to a subject and automatically engage macro mode for sharp close-ups from just four inches away. The 4x digital zoom lets you get detailed shots of subjects that are farther away. 12.8 Megapixels That's right. This ultra-compact camera captures gorgeous, 12.8-megapixel still photos with enough impeccable detail for cropping shots and large prints. You can even use the Dual Record feature and take snapshots while recording video.