The folks over at sonyalpharumors.com posted a strange rumor the other day that they seem pretty confident is true. They claim that Sony is going to make a lens/sensor module that you would connect to, and control with, your smartphone.
Now, we all know that smartphones have made some serious inroads into the photography world and that camera companies are feeling the pinch because of it. But are we really ready for a tin-can size accessory for our phones in the name of better photography on the go?
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