Their QX lenses are widely reported to work with just about any device via NFC and/or Bluetooth, and have the ability to work while detached from our phones or tablets. We’ve already seem images -- even specs -- but nothing like these.
Rumor: Sony’s clip-on lens accessory the QX100 priced at around $450
This week, HTC kicked off the #HeresToChange campaign, the Note 3 was leaked extensively, we learned about LG’s tablet comeback, the Samsung Gear was confirmed, we heard some contradicting rumors about the next Nexus, while Sony’s lens attachments got us scratching our heads.
Dubbed the DSC-QX10 and DCS QX100, the lenses won’t have and LCD viewfinder or normal camera controls of any kind. They will rely on your phone or tablet as a viewfinder, and to control the action beyond manual zoom.
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