Sony Xperia Tablet Z - A closer look at its camera
Sony's Xperia Tablet Z has a number of great features including its 8 mega-pixel HDR camera. We take a closer look at the snapper which incorporates the latest in camera technology.
Sony unveiled the Xperia Tablet Z at the end of last month and initial reactions towards the tablet have been extremely positive. We're really impressed by the tablet which incorporates the same stunning design and water-proof technology as the Xperia Z smartphone.
Tablets don't tend to have the best cameras, but the Xperia Tablet Z isn't your standard tablet because it comes with a stunning HDR camera. We thought you might like to learn more about the snapper !
Stunning HDR Camera
The Sony Xperia Tablet Z has an 8.1 mega-pixel camera which can capture stunning HDR (High-Dynamic Range) snaps and capture amazing HDR video. Sony have always made some of the best mobile cameras in the world and the sensor in their latest tablet is no different.
The sensor features Sony Exmor R technology which enables it to capture amazing photos in any light conditions. Pictures taken on Sony's tablet will be gorgeous with low-noise even in low-light conditions.
While, the snapper also includes "Super Auto" mode which automatically chooses the optimal shooting-mode based on the conditions. When active the mode combines Scene Recognition with , HDR and noise-reduction to ensure you get perfect pictures every-time.
Sony's sensor also incorporates "Burst Mode" which enables the Xperia Tablet Z to take an unlimited number of snaps at 10 framers per second. Amazingly, even though it acts at such speed it'll still shoot at a 5 mega-pixel resolution.
3G will be reviewing the Xperia Tablet Z very soon so keep posted to get the full down on the camera and the rest of the tablets features.
Sony Xperia Tablet Z Specification
- 10.1 inch Mobile Bravia 2 Display (1920*1200 pixels)
- 1.5 Ghz quad-core processor
- 8.1 mega-pixel camera
- Front-facing 2.2 mega-pixel camera
- IPX5/7 (Water-resistant) & IP5X (Dust-proof)
- Android Jelly Bean (4.1)
By Simon Thomas on 14th March, 2013