The Sony Xperia XZs Records In Slow Motion

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Smartphones have literally taken over the place of casual photography that was once the position of compact digital cameras. After all, people would prefer using a multi-function device rather than one that only offers a single main function. Not only that, newer smartphones have even become more versatile in terms of image and video capture that digital cameras haven’t been at pace with. One example is this new Sony Xperia XZs smartphone.

The new Sony Xperia XZs smartphone has some features that make it an interesting gadget. For one, this smartphone comes with some innovative camera technology that it borrowed from Sony’s Cybershot line of digital cameras. The Xperia XZs comes with the Sony’s patented Motion Eye camera. With this technology, the new smartphone comes with a camera that can capture movement that not normally visible to the human eye and captures it with great precision and detail. For example, the Xperia XZs is capable of capturing and recording video in 960 frames per second. It allows users to capture slow motion videos that can reveal details that the eye can miss at normal speed. The camera also comes with a Predictive Capture feature, this allows the camera to sense movement in front of the sensor and then buffers the images while the user is preparing to shoot. This provides users with a means to check out up to four photos the camera has taken even before the user has pressed the camera button. There are also other camera features such as image stabilization, anti-distortion shutter, 4K recording and more.

The Xperia XZs smartphone comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. It also comes with a microSDXC slot for an additional 256GB of external storage. The Xperia XZs runs on Android and comes with a 5.2-inch Full HD display, protected by Corning Gorilla Glass. It is also water and dust resistant. An unlocked version of the Xperia XZs is now available at Amazon for around $700.

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