Sony’s new QX100 and QX10 camera lenses connect to your smartphone

Hmm, technology is running so fast. But it looks functional and practical.

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The smartphone camera versus the compact point-and-shoot camera: a battle, which has become an uphill battle, for the conventional camera companies. Sony seems to have discovered the solution: Combine the two.

Though there are plenty of add-on gizmos and gadgets that connect an assortment of lenses onto your smartphone, the new Sony Cyber-shot QX100 and QX10 camera lens introduced today, syncs wirelessly with your phone via WiFi or NFC, raises the bar to producing high-quality images. The lens cameras are controlled by the Android or iOS (iPhone) PlayMemories Mobile app to control the shutter, focus and allow viewing the image through your smartphone.

QX10_White-300pxIt’s really a circular-shaped camera without the viewing screen and shutter controls, which can be attached to the phone to give you a more conventional feel or can be hand-held away from the phone for a variety of angles.

Sony’s ingenuity should make this a hot seller…

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