Apple’s anticipated champagne-colored iPhone hasn’t been announced, but regardless, Sony’s forthcoming QX “Smart Shot” camera lens will be ready for the long-rumored handset. That’s because according to a recent article published by SonyAlphaRumors, the Smart Shot will actually be available in a white and champagne color option.
As a reminder, the Smart Shot will attach to iOS- and Android-powered smartphones in order to enhance the camera capabilities of one’s handset. Though a black color option for the Smart Shot is expected to become available, the images of a champagne color option have surfaced online, indicating that the accessory will look good attached to a champagne-colored iPhone handset – if Apple indeed releases such a model.
Here are the images:
Features of the anticipated accessory, according to SonyAlphaRumors, include:
- The name of these cameras is actually “Smart Shot“. It’s a mix between Smart-phone and Cyber-Shot.
- The SmartShot lenses have in lens stabilization!
- Again, it’s compatible with all Android and iOS devices via Playmemories APP (the new version will come out soon. My sources tested the BETA version). Connection via Wi-Fi/NFC
- Videos in HD video 1080/30p, format MP4. Can be recorded with low noise even in dark places.
- The captured image is saved automatically in both the smartphone and memory in the camera.
- You can control zoom, exposure, white balance, and focus on your mobile device.
- The QX10 has the same 1/2,3 inch 18 megapixel CMOS sensor and f/3,3-5.9 lens as the Sony WX150 ($400 on Amazon). WIll be priced at $250.
- The QX100 costs $450. That is $300 less than the price of the RX100MII camera ($748 here at Amazon) that features the same sensor and lens! Greta pricing! You can get the best compact camera yet on market for $300 less.
Sony is expected to announce the Smart Shot at its IFA event on Sept. 4, 2013.
We’ll keep you updated with further information as we receive it.
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