Maybe a vehicle that uses Android is no longer a strange thing because many car manufacturers are starting to apply it to some of its flagship car series. But, what would happen if Android was applied to mirrorless cameras?
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Of course, it's an interesting blend right? And you know, it turns out that this has been realized by the Chinese manufacturer Yongnuo by releasing a camera that uses the Android OS which is yakni YN450 ’. Yongnuo said that the device would use a 16MP Four Thirds sensor which is capable of recording 4K video resolution at 30FPS.
Interestingly, the mirrorless seems to be compatible with all EF lenses from Canon! So, we can be sure that this mirrorless will be attractive to a variety of photographers who are currently in Canon's ecosystem. For the specifications, the mirrorless will have a 5-inch 1080p (Full HD) screen, Android 7.1 Nougat, stereo microphone, 4,000 mAh battery, and not 3.5 mm audio jack.
Unfortunately, Yongnou still hasn't provided complete details regarding the price and also the availability of these devices.
Then, what are the advantages of Mirrorless with Android? As we all know, by using Android, you will be much easier to back up because the photos you take will immediately be synchronized with Google Drive / Dropbox or something else. Balum again for sharing and editing photos, there are many applications that you can use to do the various things above.
So, for more detailed information regarding this matter, let's just wait together for some time to come.
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