Less than 24 hours before we’re supposed to officially hear from Sony about the company’s upcoming SmartShot lens cameras, a whole set of press images showing both models from every angle have leaked online.
In case you haven’t been following our coverage, the Sony Lens Cameras — rumored to be called either EspressOn or SmartShot — are smartphone attachable lenses that contain their own image sensor, processor and stabilization. They’ll connected to your smartphone via bluetooth and basically turn your phone into a high-end point-and-shoot.
This newest photo leak comes to us via Photo Rumors. Included are what look to be press images of both models, including a few “real life” ad photos that show the lens cams being used. (Note: Photo Rumors had to blur out the center of each photo because of some inappropriate political messages that came attached).
First up are some photos of the more powerful QX100:
Here are the leaked shots of the QX10:
And finally, a few real world photos:
Previous rumors have the cameras making their official debut sometime tomorrow, with the QX10 priced at $250 and the QX100 at $450. For more info about specs and such, be sure to check out our previous coverage, and keep a close eye on the site over the next 24 hours for the official announcement.
(via Photo Rumors)