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Sony unveils ILCE-QX1 and DSC-QX30 lens cameras at IFA 2014

Friday, September 5th, 2014

Sony has expanded its lens-style cameras with the new ILCE-QX1 and DSC-QX30 during a pre-IFA event in Berlin, Germany. The Japanese camera maker also added two fresh new colour options for the DSC-QX10.

Available in Singapore from October 2014.

The new lens-style cameras from Sony: ILCE-QX1 (right) and DSC-QX30 (left).

The new lens-style cameras from Sony: ILCE-QX1 (right) and DSC-QX30 (left).

Sony’s lens-style cameras combine the spontaneity and easy sharing of smartphones with the image quality of dedicated cameras.

These cameras are connected to the smartphone via Wi-Fi.

ILCE-QX1 lens camera

The ILCE-QX1 lets serious photographers make use of their E-mount / A-mount (requires LA-EA4 adaptor for A-mount lenses) lens collection – be it zoom, wide angle, tele or macro.

QX1 comes with built-in pop-up flash.

QX1 comes with built-in pop-up flash.

Users can exercise control over exposure, focus and shooting modes.

The camera’s APS-C size Exmor CMOS sensor has 20.1-megapixels works with Sony’s BIONZ X processor that now features improved area-specific noise reduction – producing low-noise images, even when shooting in near-darkness.

The big sensor inside the QX1 also creates pro-style ‘bokeh’ effects with creamy background blur – another trick that smartphones can’t match.

The QX1 comes with many features, including RAW recording and pop-up flash.

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