Sony has now introduced a new update to its PlayMemories app, bringing a few minor improvements with it. Additionally, Sony has announced a firmware update for its QX lenses that brings an expanded ISO range and improved 1080p video recording support.
The Sony QX lenses are easily the coolest smartphone accessory to come out at IFA, and ones we’ve been anticipating for quite some time. The ability to have your current phone suddenly turn into a really nice point-and-shoot is a real boon for serious mobile photographers.
With the dust settling somewhat from several huge announcements from Samsung, Sony and others yesterday, we look towards the announcements of the day, at IFA Berlin, 2013. We got to spend some... more quality hands on time with Sony’s amazing QX Lenses, the bold and beautiful first true flagship from Sony, the Xperia Z1, and also did a few quick comparisons of the hottest phones of the day...
We were fortunate enough to spend some time at the Sony booth playing with the Xperia Z1 and its accessories. These are our first impressions of the Sony QX10 and QX100 lens attachments.
IFA 2013 kicked off with some pretty amazing announcements. From Sony to Samsung, it seems like everyone brought their A game! Looking for all the juicy details in one place? Look no further!
If you were in doubt about Sony’s lenses, even after seeing the leaks and other info we’ve seen come out over the last few days, the video below should change your mind. Mobile Leaks has a posted a video to their YouTube channel, which showcases the upcoming Sony QX line of lenses.
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.