can i have a full screen on the sony hd bloggie mhs-pm5
i have a sony hd bloggie mhs-pm5 and i was wondering if there is anyway i can make the screen a full screen. i don't want the part that tells me the day and the time on it.
The audio has a constant clicking and ruins the video. Sony tech support says it is a defective microphone---hmm, I wonder about that. The memory is not removable. The video cannot be viewed on PC with most software in Windows.Apart from this, The easy-to-use, good-looking Sony Bloggie Touch shoots excellent-quality video at a variety of frame rates, and captures great still images—it's our new Editors' Choice for pocket camcorders.Touch screen is great, easy to use. I have had no problems like some reviewers, the product has stayed in focus and I have had no clicking or other problems. It is has to upload to computer and share.
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