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Some of LR readers were correct – the U in the Leica X-U Typ 113 model is for “underwater”. Here are some additional information and technical specifications of the first Leica X waterproof and shockproof camera:
- Waterproof to 15m / 49ft
- Shockproof up to 1.22m / 4ft drop
- 35mm f/1.7 ASPH lens with manual focusing ring
- Built-in flash
- Anti skidding rubber armoring for better grip
- Made in Germany
Read more on LeicaRumors.com: http://leicarumors.com/2015/11/20/this-is-the-new-leica-x-u-typ-113-waterproof-and-shockproof-camera.aspx/#ixzz3s7oxY2TQ
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While for the most part you can expect the same styling and specs from Sony’s latest Xperia models, there have been some vast improvements made to the camera of the mid-range smartphones. Placing a firm emphasis on photography, the C5 Ultra model houses a twin 13-megapixel front and rear camera, with enhanced front-facing flash and 22cm wide-angle lens, making it the holy grail of selfie devices. The more compact M5 model, meanwhile, which also uses a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, boasts an impressive 21.5-megapixel camera on the rear. The M5 also benefits from being waterproof and dust-tight.
Both devices will be available from mid-August, however, details have not yet been released on their retail price. In the meantime, watch the M5 in action below and check out our feature the 6 apps for taking DSLR-quality images on your iPhone.
The latest to be announced is the DxO ONE, which takes DSLR-quality photos on your iPhone or iPad. At just under 7 cm tall, and 108g light, the camera is small enough to fit into your pocket, and attaches to your iPhone or iPad via the lightning connector, turning the display into the camera’s viewfinder. Despite its size, the camera is capable of taking crystal clear images thanks to the f/1.8, 32mm equivalent aspherical lens, and comes with an iOS app which allows you to control the individual settings including aperture, shutter speed and ISO.
In the U.S., the DxO one can be pre-ordered now direct from the DxO website.