Sony will reportedly launch a set of "lens cameras" that attach to an existing smartphone or tablet to produce higher-quality photos than the typical device lens, and now a leaked illustration from an owners' manual allegedly gives a more detailed look at the lenses.
The illustration - first published by Sony Alpha Rumors, which previously also published press photos for the lenses - specifically listed and detailed all of the hardware features for the Sony DSC-QX10 and Sony DSC-QX100.
Here's the hardware feature list, according to their number on both illustrations:
- Power buttton
- Small display panel for memory card usage and battery life
- Belt hook
- Tripod Mount
- Separate ring control found on the QX100
- Power-on light indicator
- Zoom toggle for focal length
- Dedicated shutter botton
- Multi-functional jack
- Reset button for lens camera
The DSC-QX100 is set to ship with the same 20.2MP sensor used in the RX100 Mark II , while the DSC-QX10 lens will include a larger 1/2.3-inch 18MP CMOS sensor and 10x zoom. Both lens cameras will purportedly unveil at a press event on 4 September.