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Sony’s QX10 ‘lens camera’ is a solid smartphone companion (Engadget review)

September 18, 2013

Sony QX Lens Camera

Sony announced its QX10 “lens camera” back at IFA in Berlin, and I’ve had a couple weeks now to take the smartphone-mounted shooter for a spin. It came along on last week’s Alaskan adventure, and definitely enhanced the photo experience (by a long shot, pun intended) on my AT&T Moto X. The camera, if you’re not familiar, doesn’t include an LCD or even many hardware controls. You connect it to a phone (mounted or not) via WiFi, then use Sony’s PlayMemories Mobile app to tweak settings, frame your shots and capture images. From there, you can send pics directly to the web. It’s available this month for about $250, and you can read all about it in my Engadget review here.

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