Just a few days ago, we reported on a few smartphone lenses from Sony called the ‘Lens G’, that would turn any smartphone into a powerful camera. Today a manual has leaked, detailing the two devices.
One of the lenses carries a model number of DSC-QX100, and touts a 20.2MP sensor, an f/1.8 Carl Zeiss lens with a 3.6x zoom, and includes some of the Sony RX100M II components. The second lens, which is a lower end model is dubbed the DSC-QX10, and contains components from the Sony WX150. It carries an 18MP CMOS sensor and a f/3.5-3.9 lens.
Both devices have a power button, microphone and display panel, with the DSCQX10 touting a microSD and battery indicator as well as a tripod mount, shutter button and a zoom lever.
The two lenses will more than likely be unveiled soon, at Sony’s September 4th event at IFA in Berlin. We should be seeing the Sony Honami unveiled at the same event.
[Via: Phone Arena]