Sony's 'lens camera' gets outed in high-res photos, coming next month

Shawn Knight

TechSpot Staff
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Last month we entertained rumors of a smartphone accessory from Sony that’s best described as a “lens camera.” The device would attach to the back of your phone and transform the handset into a true digital camera. A crude, low-resolution...

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ikesmasher

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Is it just me or is magnetically attaching things to any sort of computer a not so good idea? cant that mess with stuff?
 
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Gopal Bhat

That is really cool!

Is it just me or is magnetically attaching things to any sort of computer a not so good idea? cant that mess with stuff?
If that was the case, it wouldnt be sold.
Is it just me or is magnetically attaching things to any sort of computer a not so good idea? cant that mess with stuff?
I remember magnets would mess with CRT displays & I know they screw around with the Galaxy Note's S-Pen functionality but I'm sure the vast majority of devices are unaffected nowadays.
 

DKRON

TS Guru
Wouldn't it just be easier clipping it on rather than magnets, not like you would be complaining about size with the hole massive lens attached to the phone and all?
 

p51d007

TS Evangelist
No thanks, I'll keep my real camera for photos, and just the camera phone for quick snapshots.
 
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Guest

The RX100MII sensor is not found in the nikon 1 system, but we wish it was.

Signed,
A nikon DSLR user
 

Skidmarksdeluxe

TS Evangelist
The worlds gone portability mad. Where do we find the space to carry around phones, phablets. tablets, laptops and now camera lenses just to go to the supermarket.
 

IAMTHESTIG

TS Evangelist
The worlds gone portability mad. Where do we find the space to carry around phones, phablets. tablets, laptops and now camera lenses just to go to the supermarket.
Easy, in our new man-purse of course. Kind of like that Seinfeld episode... I'm sorry, I meant a European Carry-All