September 3, 2014
The firm has brought two new models to Germany, thus expanding a QX family that was launched precisely at the IFA last year. The first of these is the QX30 -on the cover-, a proposed 24-720mm f / 3.5-6.3 with a 30x optical zoom and a 20.4 MP Exmor R sensor (CMOS 1 / 2.3). The photographic device supports 1080 / 60p video recording and has an ISO of 12,800, similar to that of the Xperia Z3.
The images you capture can be stored both on the device’s microSD and on the smartphone, via WiFi transmission. It has NFC and a microUSB port, through which you can charge its battery, capable of holding 200 shots or 45 minutes of video.
via Sony QX1 and QX30, the new smart lenses for your smartphone – Engadget en español.
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