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14 thoughts on “Is this a photographer’s dream phone? Sony Xperia 1 V announced!”
I dont buy phones for cameras , there is not room for improvement for regular users….no one talks about battery life these days 😔
But it doesn’t have the software to match… still going to be subpar vs Google, Samsung and Apple.
What about raw video? 🤔
I will not pay that 2200$nzd price tag not worth it
It's a waste of money. For that amount of money. You could just buy a DSLR. Just want a decent camera and features. Features like the Sony Xperia does have like removable storage and headphone jacks. If we could get Android OS to respect removable storage The way it used to that would also be sick but you know I don't expect literally the world. Just a lot.
heck yeah I'll be buy it. This is a major improvements over previous few models
No, at this price one can get canon M50 + any decent midrange phone or M50 + lenses.
The design 👌👌
Will I buy it? No I don't
Why should I pay for a flagship that only gets two OS upgrades when every other makers give us at least 4 years support
Someone should step up and question this
Sony seems to become so greedy and only think of money and nothing else
I might know which phone you like…
You can buy it from PDA Canada and itll cost equivalent to 1000USD.
Which is a stunning deal.
Because the phone is awesome.
Lmao I have 108megapixels on my s21 ultra from Samsung thats when my front facing cam is 40 or 48 mega pixels
Damn, didn't even know don't made phones focused on cameras
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