Take Beautiful, High Quality Photos Just By Waving At This Sony Camera
Taking photos in low-light can be challenging, often resulting in blurry images even with the steadiest of hands and a trusty tripod. To solve this problem, many have tried utilizing in-built self-timers in cameras and their smartphones to serve as remote controls.
Finding a solution within the very technology of its electronic viewfinders, Sony has now developed a touchless shutter application. Users will be able to activate the shutter by simply waving against the viewfinder, and control bulb shooting by waving a second time to end exposure.
Consumers whose cameras have a built-in or optional electronic viewfinder can download the application here.