Sony highlights Exmor RS camera tech in Xperia Z through video

March 12, 2013
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In a video uploaded recently to online video streaming Web site YouTube, Sony asks viewers a very simple question: “Who are you?” It then goes on to explain that some people see their identity as the sum of all of their life experiences. Which is normal, and incidentally is also the reason why most people feel the need to capture and preserve as many moments in their lives as possible.

The term “moment” here of course refers to any sort of activity — or lack thereof — that can be documented with the use of a camera. And this is where Sony comes in, with its latest Exmor RS sensor-equipped cameraphones, such as the Sony Xperia Z and Sony Xperia ZL. The new video uploaded to YouTube by Sony highlights a few of the things that the Exmor RS mobile camera sensor lets its newest batch of smartphones do.

The Sony Xperia Z’s camera-related capabilities have already been discussed and showcased in the past. In fact, the world had already seen sample photos taken with the Xperia Z itself before it even became available in the market. In any case, Sony’s new video is here to simply make a point, and that is this: the Xperia Z is the tool that you need to capture those special moments in any light condition “if you believe you are the sum of your experiences.”

Head on down to watch the full one and a half minute video for yourself and get a glimpse of what the Exmor RS camera sensor has to offer.

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