Sony came up with an amazing idea of QX series cameras which are bigger and clunky Wi-Fi Model, but DxO will be giving a tough time to Sony with its new phone attached camera.
DxO’s small, grip size camera plugs into a Lightening connector which will convert your IPhone or IPad into a display for a camera that has 20 Megapixels, 1-inch-sensor and f1.8 camera.
the dimensions are 2.7 x 1.9 x 1 in/67.3 x 48.3 x 25.4mm and it weighs 3.8 oz/108 g. The front has a cover that slides over the lens. When you slide it down, it turns the camera on; sliding down again pops the Lightning connector out of the side of the body. When connected to the phone, it acts as a grip, and has a real two-stage shutter button (for half-press prefocusing), though the camera uses an electronic shutter. A small touchscreen status LCD on the back switches between still adn video mode witha swipe. Below the LCD we can see a covered compartment with the MicroSD slot and USB connector. Most cameras have between one and threeaspherical lenses but this one
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