Your phone can now capture most of the delicate details around you. Smartphone camera sensors are on the small side, and you have to take images with the stock lens which is not always good. Chinese photographic equipment maker Yongnuo has recently revealed the YN450, which is a smartphone-like mirrorless camera that runs Android and is compatible with Canon camera lenses. The YN450 runs on Android 7.1 and has Qualcomm octa-core processing brain which supports 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There is also a built-in WiFi and supports 3G/4G mobile data as well.
Photographers can use an 8mp camera but the Canon’s EF camera lenses which can be mounted to the device’s body to feed its 16mp Panasonic MFT CMOS sensor. The user interface is present on the smartphone-like 5-inch Full HD multi-touch display. Yongnuo recognizes that the YN450 is capable of recording 4K video at 30 frames per second. It also has dual microphones, GPS, an LED flash module and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The device is also capable of creating a RAW image and has a battery of 4000mAh.