Last week was an exciting one, not just for enthusiasts of mobile phones, smartwatches and tablets; there was some photography news too. Sony(s sne) announced an innovative pair of cameras that look like traditional lenses and clamp onto a smartphone. I was strongly considering either the $249 QX-10 or the $499 QX-100 but after much deliberation, I opted for a Sony NEX-6 interchangable lens camera.
All three of these, however, share a key feature: Integrated Wi-Fi radios.
After just three days with the new Sony camera, I don’t think I’ll ever again buy a camera without Wi-Fi. The NEX-6 doesn’t have NFC like the lens cameras do (darn!), however, it’s still super handy to create a wireless connection between the camera and a phone or tablet for photo edits and sharing. Using my Android(s goog) phone, it’s easy to share images from the NEX-6 because of how Android handles the…
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