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Yashica Micro Mirrorless – the smallest mirrorless camera in the world

The Japanese brand Yashica has unveiled the world’s smallest mirrorless camera, dubbed the Micro Mirrorless, through the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform.

Encased in a palm-sized body, the Micro Mirrorless boasts a 2-inch vari-angle screen that can be rotated for taking selfies, along with three detachable lenses. Additionally, it is compatible with other solutions, including the Sony E-Mount lens system. At its core lies a diminutive 12-megapixel Sony IMX117 sensor measuring 1/2.33 inches, akin to those found in most low-cost smartphones.

Yashica micro mirrorless

For connectivity, the camera features a USB Type-C port, HDMI output, and Wi-Fi capabilities. The manufacturer has also developed a mobile application for seamlessly importing photos from the camera to smartphones. Video recording is supported in resolutions of 2880×2160 (24fps), 3840×2160 (24fps), 2560×1440 (30fps), and 1920×1080 (60 or 30fps).

Yashica micro mirrorless

Developers claim that the camera surpasses smartphones in image quality, particularly when paired with additional lenses. However, its standout feature remains its ultra-compact size, facilitating effortless portability.

Yashica micro mirrorless

The most comprehensive package with the Micro Mirrorless includes a USB Type-C cable, a hand strap, a remote control, a tripod, a selfie stick, and three lenses: ultra-wide-angle, standard, and telephoto. Pricing for the camera starts at $289.

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