Along with the Xperia Z1, Sony today has finally introduced its much talked about attachable lens camera series for smartphones. As expected, the two initiators in this rather innovative lens series are the QX100 and QX10. Though enough had been leaked about the specs and features of these lenses, what comes as an interesting part is that the lens will be compatible with all iOS and Android running smartphones via the PlayMemories mobile App, which will be required to operate the camera from a smartphone.
Continue reading Sony unveils the DSC-QX100 and DSC-QX10 lenses for $499 and $249 respectively
For the past few days we have been reporting about Sony’s attachable camera lenses for smartphones. Now, SonyAlphaRumors is reporting that these rumored camera attachments will also be able to connect with the iPhone. Reportedly, the lens assembly will magnetically latch on to the phone, while the user is able to control the lens via Bluetooth and an app on the phone.
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Well! Well! Well! Look who’s here at our studio? It’s the Canon Powershot A810 digital camera!
The Powershot A810 is a budget one and might fit in your hands for a little price of Rs. 4,885. Phew! That’s very less even if you get a 16-megapixel camera and a 5X Optical Zoom!
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After announcing the new phones in the Galaxy S4 series individually, Samsung has today showcased the S4 Mini, the S4 Active and the S4 Zoom at the Samsung Premier 2013 event at London. These phones are unveiled along with Samsung ATIV Q convertible tablet and the NX camera which comes with interchangeable lens.
Continue reading Samsung showcases the Galaxy S4 Active , Galaxy S4 Mini and Galaxy S4 Zoom
Sony India has launched what it calls the world’s smallest and lightest 30x optical zoom camera, called the Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V. The camera is available in India for Rs 22,990.
In terms of design, the Cyber-shot DSC-HX50V is just 108x64x38mm in size and weighs in at 272 grams. Specifications-wise, the camera sports a 20.4-megapixel that supports a maximum resolution of 5184×2920 pixels with a 1/2.3″ BSI CMOS sensor and 30x Optical Zoom capabilities.
The camera features in-built Wi-Fi and GPS and includes 3-axis SuperSteady Shot image stabilization and can shoot at up to 10 frames per second for 10 frames. It also comes with a Lithium-Ion NP-BX1 battery, which Sony claims is good for around 400 shots-per-charge.
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