Just point and shoot, and let Xperia do the rest. Take beautiful photos every time even in challenging low light situations. Get outstanding image quality with every photo.
With Eye AF technology from Sony’s Alpha cameras, lock on to your subject faster and create unforgettable images.
Triple lens camera
Get outstanding image quality in every photo with a triple lens camera for any situation.
Get creative and see your subject stand out with a defocused background.
Take beautiful portraits with a soft out-of-focus background.
Manual mode offers several settings to give you more creative control over the final image. From shutter speed to exposure value, you’re in control to achieve the perfect shot.
Winner of the 8th annual Mobile Photography Award for MPA Photographer of the Year, Dominika is a graduate of Graphic Design from the Katowice Institute of Information Technologies & the Department of Graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poland.
Using the seasons, cityscapes, and clever compositions to elevate her photos, Dominika captures incredible landscape shots that achieves both a technical and emotional depth. Her work has been included in over a dozen art exhibitions around the world.
Shot with Cinema Pro from Xperia
Immerse your senses in “TASTE” – a short film by Shep Films captured entirely using the advanced camera technology of Xperia and made in collaboration with Sony Innovation Studios. "TASTE" is the story of a chef who uses brand new technology to capture flavours with a state of the art optical sensor. We follow the chef as she goes on an international expedition acquiring new ingredients in a quest to prepare a dish like never served before.
From the bright city lights to the quiet countryside, follow the epic journey of Zeek Earl & Chris Caldwell of Shep Films in their mission to create the Xperia-made short film “TASTE”. With a smaller crew and the streamlined camera apparatus of Xperia, directors Zeek Earl and Chris Caldwell discuss the unique story they were able to tell – filming in bold new settings otherwise difficult to access with conventional camera equipment.
Adam Nicholas, Professional Film Maker