So yes, we’ve already fallen in love with the Xperia Z ever since it was unveiled during CES 2013. Even though we needed any more reason to lose our hearts to this beauty, here’s the latest astounding feature this phone has.
The Xperia Z’s 13.1 MP rear camera with its Exmos RS sensor can apparently click unlimited images at the rate of 10 images per second with a 9 MP resolution. A new video has surfaced on the internet, demonstrating how the phone managed to click 999 images within a duration of just 68 seconds. As mind-blowing as it sounds, you may wonder why on earth anyone would want to click so many pictures of one particular subject, especially if the subject is still.
However, its potential is immense for those extreme shutterbugs – think of how this mode can be used to click multiple images in motion, almost depicting the series like a slow moving video. It’s a brilliant device, which just got even more drool-worthy thanks to this feature. Now, Sony, could you please just put an end to our helpless waiting and release the phone into the markets already?