Sony has just unveiled its second generation of iPhone-compatible lens cameras that allow users to capture DSLR-quality images.
First up, the pictured QX30 offers 30x optical zoom while boasting a 20.4-megapixel image processor. It also uses Wi-Fi and NFC to connect to devices. A micro SD card allows images to be stored on the cameraand transferred over to an iPhone when needed.
The QX1 will allow photographers to swap out a number of Sony-compatible lenses.
The QX1 is a bit different. While offering a 20.1-megapixel sensor and a built-in flash, an E-mount will allow users to swap out a number of Sony-compatiblelenses. That system will cost $399.99 and come without a lens.
Both can be preordered now from Amazon.com and will be available to ship in October.