In an effort to showcase the Xperia XZ’s photography ability, Sony Malaysia collaborated with Taylor’s University to organize a special session for its photography and film students for them to learn how to shoot like a professional using the smartphone’s advanced features.
“As mobile photography is becoming a more common place in society, Sony has decided to collaborate with Taylor’s University to help students to better understand the topic. We are hoping that through this dedicated session with a specific focus on our latest Xperia XZ, we will be able to enhance participating students’ mobile photography skills to capture the best in a moment’s notice,” – Andrew Cheong, Country Director (Malaysia) at Sony Mobile.
As well as the mobile photography session, a photography contest was also held that was participated by more than 30 Taylor’s University students, putting their newly-learned knowledge and skills to immediate good use. The winning group’s shot captured the best in creativity, clarity and speed.
Boasting an enhanced camera with the new Triple image sensing technology of Predictive Hybrid Autofocus, Laser autofocus as well as RGBC-IR sensor, the Xperia XZ is able to capture split-second moments and moving objects in any environment, even in the dark, without blur with its 23MP main camera. Its camera goes from standby to capture in just 0.6 seconds.
It is now available for purchase for RM2,699.
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