Its the turn of interchangeable lenses as the technology is changing day by day. So, Sony is preparing a series of interchangeable lenses for their devices. Several weeks ago we saw how filtered 20 megapixel camera that would serve as an accessory for other Xperia models. This accessory sensor would have 20 megapixels , battery and internal memory, which could be used independently of the device but if you join it would synchronize with it through Wifi or NFC and operate as a single device.
Well, now new rumors resurface about this accessory, and is to have leaked the first images of the Sony lens mounted on a Sony Honami. The image has been filtered through the web , who speak of up to two different camera lenses, which would be coded under the Norms on the Sony DSC-QX10 and Sony DSC-QX100 .
In the report published by the resources that there would be a single camera lens, but this accessory incorporate a sensor of image , BIONZ processor, support for WiFi and NFC , battery and a slot for cards SD , information coincide with which witnessed previously, partly so you could say it was something else confirm these features.
There would be two different models of camera lenses: Firstly would the high-end model as it were with a sensor Exmor R from 20.2 megapixels and Carl Zeiss lens f1.8 belonging the Sony RX100MII. On the other hand, would be the other lens which would be named Sony Lens G , which would have a 10x zoom and 1/2.3 inch CMOS sensor and 18 megapixels.
As mentioned above, this lens can work independently but also can be attached to a smartphone and become a single device, because once bound is controlled via smartphone. On the other hand, note that these lenses are fixed magnetically to the smartphone and according to the latest rumors suggest it could be compatible with most smartphones Android and iOS and not be limited to the Sony models.
For now know the price they would have these accessories, but probably will not be cheap, nor do we hear of his presentation, although some believe that it is very likely to see the light next to Sony Honami at the IFA in Berlin next month September.