Sony has launched two brand new lens-style cameras, both the ILCE-QX1 and the DSC-QX30, which can be connected to smartphones via a specific mount and Wi-Fi.
The cameras include one-touch connection rates from near field communication (NFC) that is faster than the last generation, using firmware updates for the QX100 and QX10 cameras and enhancements to the PlayMemories Mobile program.
The ILCE-QX1 camera APS-C size Exmor CMOS sensor with 20.1-megapixels captures enormous amounts of detail. This is coupled with Sony’s advanced BIONZ X processor reduces sound. The lens produces low-noise images even while shooting near-darkness.
The big sensor inside the QX1 helps produce pro-style’bokeh’ effects with background blur that is creamy.
Superior Auto recognises heaps of unique scenes – such as landscapes or backlit pictures – adjusting camera settings for top-quality results. For all those photographers who like post-production editing, the QX1 can shoot RAW picture files and utilizing QX1, use pop-up flash to brighten up pictures, gloomy interiors and night scenes.
The LCS-QXA Case and Strap Kit add a bit of luxury with its tough brown leather-look finish. The QX1 is guarded using a choice of shoulder strap or belt-mounting options.
The brand new full-frame lens covers the commonly used 24-105mm focal length range, providing outstanding G Lens imaging functionality with the most lightweight design in its own class 1, maximising its flexibility and usability. Sony say it may be used for versatile shooting like portrait photography and weddings. The lens also includes rapid, precise and quiet autofocus capabilities in both still and movie shooting, making it an perfect complement for Sony’s broad line-up of E-mount cameras.
Sony’s lens brand new lens provides excellent corner-to-corner sharpness throughout the entirety of its zoom range. The high picture quality is made possible because of the advanced optical design which features four aspherical lens elements, two of which are high precision AA (advances aspherical) lenses. There are also three strategically located ED (Extra-low dispersion) glass elements that operate to minimise chromatic aberration and ensure that the greatest resolution is captured.