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Sony had given its Bloggie video camera line the touchscreen treatment.

The upcoming Bloggie Touch sports a 4in LCD on the back and a 12.8Mp camera on the front also capable of capturing 1080p video at 30f/s or 720p at 60f/s.

Sony Bloggie Touch

Sony will bundle a clip on adaptor to all the cam to take full 360° shots.

There's 8GB of on-board memory - of which 7.7GB is available to you to store your footage. A USB connector is ready to flip out to copy over your videos. Face-recognition and shot stabilisation will make for better material, Sony reckons.

The Touch's rechargeable battery is good for four hours' filming.

Sony Bloggie Touch

There's no word on pricing yet, but the Touch - model number MHS-TS20K - will be out in November. ®

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