Wi-Fi-enabled lens cameras are certainly in vogue right now, and Sony has been at the heart of producing them. The Japanese electronics giant's QX snappers seem to have been a hit so far with photo aficionados, and in a new software update to the QX range, users will now be treated to full-HD video capture, boosted ISO, and more. Details, as ever, can be seen after the leap.
At the IFA 2013 Press Conference today, Sony unveiled a bunch of new gadgets, such as the waterproof Xperia Z, including the much hyped DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 Cyber-shot smartphone lens cameras. Both the devices are scheduled for availability starting September 27, based on Amazon’s official listing, and are going to provide “DSLR-quality shooting from the convenience of a smartphone”. Let’s take a deeper look at both these models right after the break.