Two New Cameras Rolled Out By Sony Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:SNE)

Posted by Peter Lauro December 1, 2013 0 Comment 1651 views


Sony Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:SNE) has released the smallest full-frame digital cameras in the world. The technology giant released the a7 and the a7R digital cameras that have interchangeable lenses. Both these cameras are highly awaited by professional photographers as well as imaging enthusiasts. Both these cameras offer an exceptional mix of customizability, creativity and

portability.

Effective functions

The α7R model has very effective 36.4 megapixel 35mm Exmor-CMOS sensor; this is the highest-resolution sensor in the history of the company’s α-line. It has no optical low-pass filter for the additional resolving power and an enhanced image detail. The α7 model touts an impressive 24.3 megapixel 35mm Exmor-CMOS sensor and the innovative and super-fast Hybrid AF system.

Each of these cameras are equipped with highly-advanced imaging features like a powerful BIONZ® X-processor. They also have a bright and clear XGA OLED Tru-finder, fast AF capabilities, full HD 60p video-recording, Wi-Fi & NFC connection. They are also moisture and dust resistant in addition to everything else.

The SmartWig

On the wearable electronics front, Sony Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:SNE) is moving into different waters and it has now filed a new patent for a SmartWig. It’s much more than just a hi-tech hairpiece and might actually have more functionality that the Google Glass or even a Smart watch. At the moment wearable electronics like armbands and bracelets are very popular and so are glasses like the Google Glass. But apart from the times when many of these products are used in the medical field, the practical benefits of all these products is not yet very clear.

Sony Corporation (ADR) (NYSE:SNE)’s SmartWig might just bust that perception if it eventually gets launched. The wearer of this wig will be able to control its laser pointer just by wiggling his/her eyebrows. Potential applications are for vision impaired users who can use it to navigate their surroundings. It might also have some potential use as a health monitor, or even an EEG interface that can be used for neurofeedback applications.



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