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September 03, 2014

Sony announces QX1 and QX30 cameras

As a follow-up Sony’s QX10 & QX100 lens-style cameras from last year, the company has now announced the QX1 and the QX30 at IFA 2014.


Just recently, the QX1 has already leaked, leaving very little to the imagination. Basically, the ILCE-QX10 is an alpha in a different form factor, having an APS-C sensor with interchangeable lens (E-mount). The QX30 on the other hand is an update to the QX10, packing 30x zoom.

The products will be available for sale very soon in the US, falling September to December. Local pricing and availability are yet to be announced.

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One Response to “Sony announces QX1 and QX30 cameras”

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