Sony is now not the only company with independent cameras for QX mobile devices, since Kodak has decided this is a game they, too, want to play. The Kodak SL25 features a 16-megapixel backlit BSI sensor along with a 24-600 mm sensor with a 25x zoom. Sadly, we could find out the physical size of the sensor.
The Kodak SL10 offers the same 16 MP sensor but a range of 28-280mm and therefore a more humble 10X zoom. Both models offer optical stabilization and can be connected to almost any Smartphone thanks to a universal adapter. They support 1080p video recording at 30 FPS and can be connected to a mobile phone via Wi-Fi.
Just like Sony’s models, they don’t have a flash. They’re compatible with Android and Apple’s iOS. They’ll hit the market during the first quarter of 2014 and will cost 300 and 200 USD respectively.