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Manufacturer description: The new compact sized DSC-QX30 camera brings the power and versatility of
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Manufacturer description: The new compact sized DSC-QX30 camera brings the power and versatility of a 30x optical zoom lens to mobile photographers, eliminating the frustration and poor quality commonly experienced when zooming-in using a smartphone camera. Additionally, the extensive 30x zoom is aided by Optical SteadyShot image stabilization to minimize camera shake throughout the zoom range.
The Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX30 is an ultrazoom, mobile device-mountable, lens-type compact camera manufactured by Sony. Announced on September 3, 2014, the QX30 is one of Sony's "Smart Lens" cameras, alongside the QX1, QX10 and QX100, that are designed to be specifically used with a smartphone
Find support information for DSC-QX30. Downloads ending for the Sony Raw Driver and some versions of PlayMemories Home, Action Cam Movie Creator, and MVR Studio

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The Sony DSC-QX30 is a compact camera with built in zoom that connects to your smartphone. It works with both iOS and Android devices. You can use it attached to your smartphone or unattached.
The Sony DSC-QX30 lens can capture the area with a wide-angle shot of 4.3 mm. Even if the subject of your picture is extremely distant, you can bring it up close. With 30x optical zoom and a 2x digital zoom, it’s simple to photograph from afar. This accessory can also catch objects in motion with a maximum shutter speed of 1/1600 of a second.