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Sony DSC-QX10 camera lens White

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A wireless lens that connects to your smartphone with an 18MP Exmor™ R CMOS sensor & 10x optical zoom
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Sony DSC-QX10, 10.4 - 37.1 mm

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Sony DSC-QX10. Focal length range: 10.4 - 37.1 mm, Focal length (35mm film equivalent): 25 - 250 mm, Optical sensor size: 25.4 / 2.3 mm (1 / 2.3"). Product colour: White

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Reviews
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
Uk has collected 177 expert reviews for Sony DSC-QX10 camera lens White and the average expert rating is 66 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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siliconrepublic.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:40
Left to right) An E-mount lens, the QX1 device, a smartphone mount and, allegedly, the yet-to-be-announced Xperia Z3 smartphone from Sony. Image via sonyalpharumorsA new smartphone-mountable camera component from Sony will be equipped with an E-mount att...
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itreviews.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 ($249.99 direct) is one of two lens-style cameras that the company is marketing for use as add-on lenses for Android and iOS phones. There’s no LCD; instead, the 18-megapixel QX10 sends a Live View feed to your phone’s screen...
Bottom line The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 is an add-on lens for use with smartphones. It's an example of a risky, forward-thinking concept, but some issues prevent us from recommending it...
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tracyandmatt.co.uk
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Sony DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 lens cameras for use with smartphones seem to have polarized opinions in the press with regard to their usefulness with some critics claiming that they are products that are looking for a purpose. Here we will be reviewing...
Bottom line The Sony DSC-QX10 was the 1st device in a long time that has truly amazed me! The slightly laggy response from the viewfinder was forgotten every time I used the camera. I would say that if you are considering the QX10 or that if you are curious about it...
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techview.co
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
Smartphone optics have been a traditional battleground for many companies and with modern smartphones, we've seen companies look at new ways to improve the optics they offer. Whether it's an fully fledges camera running on the Android OS, such as the Gala...
Bottom line The QX10 forms one of two new lenses that Sony is hoping will make the detachable camera lens category a success for them. It offers the capabilities of a point and shoot camera with fantastic optical zoom and the ability to connect to pretty much any And...
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digitalversus.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
Smartphones are slowly pushing entry-level compact cameras towards the sidelines of the market, gradually eating away at their market share. Users are expecting the quality of mobile phone cameras to...
Good Innovative and original concept, Pocket sized, Creative potential for lining up shots, Better picture quality than the average smartphone camera, Speedy autofocus, PlayMemories Mobile app is easy to use, Screw thread for tripod mounting...
Bad Only compatible with Android and iOS, NFC highly recommended!, Generally quite slow to use, Takes up as much room as a small compact camera, 720p video, No manual settings available, No way of monitoring ISO, aperture, shutter speed, Can't be used with th...
Bottom line The Sony QX-10 camera module is the first of a kind. It's an innovative and original concept that can boost the performances and potential of a smartphone or tablet camera. It's intriguing, and the idea is certainly worth taking further. Basically, it nee...
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alphr.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Cyber-Shot DSC-QX10 adds to what's been an extraordinary year for smartphone photography. We've seen phones with 41-megapixel sensors, 10x optical zoom lenses, and now the QX10 – an external camera that clips to your smartphone. It forms a wireless co...
Bottom line A bold experiment to improve smartphone photography, but its failings are manifold...
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techradar.com/au/
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
It's no secret that the smartphone market is rapidly eating into the compact camera market. Many companies are trying to figure out new ways to get consumers to buy dedicated image making devices, but Sony's approach is to produce something that works wit...
Bottom line Overall, the QX10 is an excellent camera which produces great images which are on a par with similar point and shoot compact cameras. If you're looking for more control and even higher image quality, then it's worth taking a look at the QX100, which is m...
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pocket-lint.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
Sony's lens-style cameras are going to divide opinion. Some will love the geekiness of being able to strap a lens to your smartphone, others will see it as a waste of money. But we can't help being excited about the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10, the 10x optic...
Good Great quality, the exposure modes pretty much take care of things, adds real optical zoom to smartphones in a very simple way, versatile and flexible...
Bad Could offer more control for advanced users, slow to get connected, battery life isn't amazing, no flash, some lag on display...
Bottom line The ability to attach the QX10 to your phone, hold it in your hand, or stick it on a tripod while using your phone as a remote - and then throw it into your pocket after - make the Sony DSC-QX10 a versatile companion camera. Although we didn't initi...
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reviewed.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
If there's one thing Sony's camera division has in abundance, it's chutzpah. While some camera manufacturers have stood pat the last few years, Sony has continually pushed to be the first to new technologies, form-factors, and price points. First transluc...
Bottom line As the population of smartphone-only photographers continues to grow, it's inevitable that camera manufacturers will look over the fence for greener pastures—especially those with a background in the mobile phone biz. Samsung has already done so with the...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the most intriguing products to appear at this year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin is Sony's QX-series of "lens cameras." At first glance both the QX10 and QX100 look like conventional lenses for an SLR (single lens reflex) camera but t...
Bottom line I've never been able to take such high quality photos with my cellphone, so for that the QX10 is a winner. If you like to take pictures and are always disappointed by the camera on a smartphone then the QX10 and sister QX100 are worth considering. But if...
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siliconrepublic.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
Over the past year, the rise of smartphone photography – driven by greater camera developments in this area – has begun to eat away at the digital imaging business, particularly the compact camera market. Sony has a stake in both these markets and, with a...
Bottom line The technology that's packed into this small device is impressive, I just wish the usability would measure up to the same high standards. A better-placed NFC chip and faster, less fiddly mounting to a handset would make this ideal for capturing those flee...
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trustedreviews.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
What is the Sony Lens Camera QX10? The Sony QX10 is the lower spec of two new 'lens cameras' just launched by Sony. A very new concept in the camera world, the QX10 clips onto your smartphone and connects via Wi-Fi to boost its photography capabilities. C...
Bottom line The Sony QX10 is a quirky photography smartphone accessory that has specs to suggest it will offer fantastic photos. Whether we can get round the odd design and added weight to our phone, we'll have to let you know in the full review...
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goodgearguide.com.au
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the most intriguing products to appear at this year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin is Sony's QX-series of "lens cameras."At first glance both the QX10 and QX100 look like conventional lenses for an SLR (single lens reflex) camera but the...
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digitalspy.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
As gadgets go, Sony's QX10 has to be one of the strangest. Designed to turn your smartphone into a fully functional compact camera, it has a sensor, a processor, a battery and storage all built into a single lens. The QX10 pairs up with your Android phone...
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techradar.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
It's no secret that the smartphone market is rapidly eating into the compact camera market. Many companies are trying to figure out new ways to get consumers to buy dedicated image making devices, but Sony's approach is to produce something that works wit...
Bottom line Overall, the QX10 is an excellent camera which produces great images which are on a par with similar point and shoot compact cameras. If you're looking for more control and even higher image quality, then it's worth taking a look at the QX100, which is mo...
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amateurphotographer.co.uk
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the mantras we often hear is that the introduction of digital imaging means that cameras dont have to look like cameras any more. The mechanics, wind-on mechanisms and motors are, of course, obsolete nowadays, and even optical viewfinders and sing...
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T3.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
Announced at the same time as the more expensive Sony QX100, the Sony QX10 smart lens also attaches to your smartphone, enabling you to share quality snaps to the web. Connecting via NFC or Wi-Fi, the lens can be used attached to your phone or used frees...
Good Fun to use, Original looking results, Good price...
Bad Doesn't fit some phablets, No flash, No proper photography controls...
Bottom line There's plenty of areas where the Sony QX10 lens camera needs improvement. It should really be smaller and more convenient to carry around. It needs to have proper, granular photographic control. It also badly needs a flash, or at least a way of utilising...
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gizmodo.com.au
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
No matter how many likes you get on Instagram, no matter how many filters or apps you put your photos through: if you took the shot on a smartphone, it sucks. Meet the saviour of mobile photography: the Sony Q lens series. A portable Franken-lens that cli...
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pcworld.co.nz
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the most intriguing products to appear at this year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin is Sony's QX-series of "lens cameras."At first glance both the QX10 and QX100 look like conventional lenses for an SLR (single lens reflex) camera but ther...
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geekgirlmanila.com
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2016-11-26 18:25:07
Hello, geeks! It's been a while since I last wrote a gadget review and I think it's high-time I should post one up.I actually have a LOT of gadget reviews waiting on my backlog — a couple of phones, some powerbanks, a bluetooth keyboard and whatnot — but...
Good It's very portable, and very light weight, Takes very good photos in low light settings, It is able to record HD videos well...
Bad PlayMemories Mobile, the app that you use to take pictures and videos with, is CRAP. The only thing you can do with the app is take photos and videos and the only camera settings you can adjust is the ISO and the exposure. There's really a lot of room for...
Bottom line You'd be better off with a GoPro, honestly.But that doesn't mean that this is a crap gadget altogether. It's a nice gadget to have alongside with your existing smart phone.I personally love it and I use it a lot when I go to blog events. Instead of bringi...
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stuff.tv/my/
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2016-11-26 18:25:07
The 105g QX10 is essentially a mid-range Sony WX200 compact camera, with its lens and sensor transplanted onto a smartphone. As tiny as it is, the QX10's body accommodates a zoom lever, shutter button and a tripod mount.It also contains a micro USB port...
Good Ease of use, Good image and movie quality, Expansion possibilities...
Bad Slow start-up, App currently lacks advanced controls, Power consumption...
Bottom line Kudos to Sony for realising this camera concept. For a first version product, some niggles are to be expected but the hardware is sound and software features should be improved along the way. Think beyond attaching the QX10 to phones, and you have some in...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
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2016-11-26 18:25:07
Editor's note: Parts of this review are from our initial hands-on article where we talked about design, software, and handling. If you're looking for our verdict, feel free to jump to page 2.With digital compact camera sales dropping due to the rise of sm...
Bottom line There are two ways to look at the QX10 – it's an overpriced compact which needs a phone to work, or a perfect companion to a smartphone which allows people to take better quality photos.If sharing photos quickly is a major factor, and your smartphone came...
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tbreak.ae
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2016-11-26 18:25:08
When news of the Sony QX lenses first hit the internet, I thought it was a brilliant but impractical idea. Both the QX10 and Q100 looked too big to fit in the pocket comfortably to be available anywhere and everywhere with your mobile phone. Although it d...
Bottom line For the price tag, you'd expect Sony to give you more but clearly they saw it otherwise. I still think this a brilliant idea but I'll drop the impractical bit. Instead I'll call it badly packaged thanks to a sub par app and so-so specifications especial...
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hardwarezone.com.my
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2016-11-26 18:25:08
As expected , at a pre-IFA 2013 press conference, Sony has announced the Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 and QX100. To recap, these are lens/camera attachments that you can attach to a smartphone to take photos. While we call them lens attachments, Sony still calls t...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
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2016-11-26 18:25:08
As expected , at a pre-IFA 2013 press conference, Sony has announced the Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 and QX100. To recap, these are lens/camera attachments that you can attach to a smartphone to take photos. While we call them lens attachments, Sony still calls t...
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pcmag.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 ($249.99 direct)$198.00 at Buydig.com is one of two lens-style cameras that the company is marketing for use as add-on lenses for Android and iOS phones. There's no LCD; instead, the 18-megapixel QX10 sends a Live View feed to...
Good Sharp lens. 10x zoom range. Compact. On-camera shutter and zoom controls. Wi-Fi with NFC. iOS and Android compatibility.
Bad Image noise at moderate ISO settings. Live view feed can lag. Shutter lag when triggering from phone. Takes time to mount to phone. Slow startup compared to a standalone camera. No support for Windows Phone...
Bottom line The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 is an add-on lens for use with smartphones. It's an example of a risky, forward-thinking concept, but some issues prevent us from recommending it...
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engadget.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
Earlier this month at IFA, Sony introduced an entirely new type of point-and-shoot camera. The QX10 and its big brother, the QX100, are missing a built-in LCD. Instead, framing, image review, configuration and even storage are all handled on another devic...
Good Seamless smartphone integration, Good image quality, Reasonably priced...
Bad Noticeable preview lag, Limited manual control, Mediocre battery life...
Bottom line We were admittedly hesitant when we first heard about Sony's new lens cameras, and we weren't even convinced after an extended hands-on earlier this month. But after spending a full week with the QX10, including shoots in Berlin and Alaska, it's hard not...
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photographybay.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
Sony continues to push the imaging industry with new concepts in a number of different directions. The new Sony QX10 and QX100 camera/lens modules for smartphones is one of those wildly different ideas.And I love the idea of how Sony is pushing the bou...
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mashable.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
I can almost guarantee you've never used a camera like the Sony QX10 before. A camera attachment for your smartphone that already has a built-in camera, you say? Isn't that redundant? For the most part, yes, but using the lens-shaped camera together with...
Good Better image quality than a smartphone camera, Handy optical zoom, Good lowlight shooting...
Bad High $250 price, Weak battery life, Spotty wireless connectivity...
Bottom line I can almost guarantee you've never used a camera like the Sony QX10 before. A camera attachment for your smartphone that already has a built-in camera, you say? Isn't that redundant? For the most part, yes, but using the lens-shaped camera together with...
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whatdigitalcamera.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Sony QX cameras are a innovative idea and a first of their kind. Designed to merge the technology that's used within Sony's compact cameras into a small handheld unit that can be controlled wirelessly by a mobile device via Wi-fi or NFC, it's easy...
Good Great for inconspicuous shots; Battery indicator welcome; Image Quality...
Bad Lag experienced when shooting fast moving subjects; Slow to connect; No Raw support...
Bottom line If you enjoy taking photos on your smartphone, these unique QX cameras will offer you more flexibility, however the amount of use they get will come down to how desperate you are for better image quality. If the slow setup speeds, time lag over the W...
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imore.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
In Berlin, back in early September , Sony gathered members of the press together to introduce its fall range of products. Along side TVs, cameras and Android phones was the Cyber-shot QX10 and QX100. These 'lens cameras' are a unique product, in so much t...
Good A better overall end result than a smartphone camera, Small enough to be considered truly portable, Works with both Android devices and the iPhone, Thirdparty app support in the future, 10x optical zoom...
Bad Too expensive at $250, Sony Playmemories app is pretty horrible, No flash, Can take a while to connect to the iPhone using WiFi Direct...
Bottom line With a sensible head on, it's easy to write off the QX10. It's too expensive, a janky experience as it stands with the Sony application, and whichever way you look at it, it's a tough sell to average joe public. Yes, it takes good pictures – better in alm...
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androidcentral.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
The Sony Cyber-short QX10 is here to fill a need you had no idea needed filled. It mates the improved pictures of a good point-and-shoot camera with your smartphone. Rather than build a phone with a high-powered camera like the Galaxy S4 Zoom , the QX10 i...
Bottom line A stand-alone lens for your phone? It's so crazy it just might workThe Sony Cyber-short QX10 is here to fill a need you had no idea needed filled. It mates the improved pictures of a good point-and-shoot camera with your smartphone. Rather than build a ph...
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theverge.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:41
First I saw Paul Rudd, walking in cargo shorts and a very baggy white T-shirt. Then, not 48 hours later, a scruffy Paul Giamatti walked past me on the street holding hands with his son. In both cases, I knew I had to take a picture — you're not really a N...
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photographyblog.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
It's not often that we review something completely different to the norm, but the new Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 definitely fits that description. The Sony QX10 is officially called a “lens-sensor module”, and it's designed to be the perfect partner for you...
Bottom line Trying to evaluate the unique Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX10 has proved to be very difficult. On one hand, it's a dumbed-down, over-priced point and shoot camera that has some intrinsic performance issues. On the other, it's an innovative way for smartphone ow...
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theunwired.net
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
If you have read my recent column - "Instagram, EyeEm an Co. - or how your Smartphone Photos can become your own Art" - you already know that I'm a big fan of smartphone photography since my smartphone is always with me. Therefore I was absolutely thrille...
Bottom line As said, when the first leaks hit the web, I put the the idea to my virtual "Want List". However, at that time I thought about getting a QX100 instead of the QX10 because that model even comes with a Carl Zeiss lens, an 1.0" Exmor R CMOS sensor and 20.9 m...
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macworld.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the most intriguing products to appear at this year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin is Sony's QX-series of “lens cameras.” At first glance both the QX10 and QX100 look like conventional lenses for an SLR (single lens reflex) camera but th...
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networkworld.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
One of the most intriguing products to appear at this year's IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin is Sony's QX-series of "lens cameras."At first glance both the QX10 and QX100 look like conventional lenses for an SLR (single lens reflex) camera but the...
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technabob.com
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2016-10-27 02:42:42
Yep, the rumors were spot-on. At the 2013 IFA trade show, Sony revealed two of the most unusual cameras you'll ever see. The Cyber-shot QX10 and QX100 Lens Cameras pack all of the necessary hardware inside a tiny cylinder, save for a viewfinder. Why? Beca...
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