Wednesday, September 4, 2013

The Sony DSC-QX100 and QX10 Lens Cameras = INCREDIBLE

As far as tech-rumors go, this one turned out totally true... 
The new Sony Lens Cameras are not only beautiful, but also innovative and practical. 

Read more about them below: 

Both camera lenses lack the displays a traditional digital camera has. Instead it pairs with your smart phone/tablet via Bluetooth. This allows traditional configuration when attached or when separated, a more comfortable use when you need that hard to get angle shot... 
There are two flavors on offer here, and while they look similar, internally they're quite unique. The DSC-QX10 is the "high-zoom" model, with a relatively compact 10x optic. That 18.2-megapixel model will ship in black or white for $249, but it's specifically geared toward entry-level shooters, with mid-range optics and limited manual control. Advanced photographers are going to want to focus on the "quality" QX100, which features the same 1-inch 20.2-megapixel sensor and 3.6x f/1.8-4.9 lens as the $750 RX100 Mark II. It's no surprise, then, that this chunkier lens camera will retail for $499. With it, you'll have access to advanced modes like aperture or shutter priority, but Sony opted to exclude access to a full-manual mode, so you'll need to use exposure compensation to make any tweaks. We weren't able to review image quality in detail with either model, but both performed quite well during our hands-on.

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