When it comes to innovative and quality products, Sony never tends to disappoint. With its electronic products like TV, Gaming console, and phones come with top-notch specs and durability. Originally based from japan, it’s a tech giant company with its headquarters located in Tokyo. with its market worldwide. And this comes as no surprise as Sony is planning to launch it’s new phone Xperia 1 II, With nick did lick, a famous photographer from Vancouver Canada talk about the details of the Xperia 1 II. It’s picture quality and many more. Read on to know more about the latest entry from the Xperia smartphones.
Sony released a video on the channel about the latest flagship smartphone Xperia 1 II also known as ( 1 mark 2). Along with nick did lick, a pro photographer who shares his insights and the experience he had with the camera of the smartphone. Didlick has 40 years of expertise in photojournalism and sports activities pictures, thus he knows his stuff.
When asked about the camera, nick praised the smartphone’s camera, explaining all the features this phone possesses. With advanced features required from a professional’s perspective on how to capture breathtaking pictures like. ISO, shutter pace, and white stability. He also mentions many of the features are taken from Sony’s Alpha series of cameras. Which we can expect some high-quality pictures worthy of alpha series of cameras.
Specification of Xperia 1 II.
Among many features of this phone is the possibility to shoot pictures with 20 frames per second. In other words, sony Xperia 1 II supports non-stop burst shooting with autofocus and auto-exposure features. Besides, we have constant autofocus & exposure up to 60 times per second. This phone is also the first to make use of glass Zeiss lenses, along with human eye monitoring in Xperia 1, however, mark 2 also observe your pet’s eyes for focus.
Along with the aforementioned features, this flagship smartphone comes with four rear sensors. Which features a 12MP 1/1.7-inch Exmor RS image sensor with f/1.7 aperture, and a secondary camera with 12MP resolution with ultra-wide lens and f/2.2 aperture. And lastly, a third telephoto (70mm equivalent) camera also packing 12MP resolution and finally a 3D iToF sensor to capture depth data.