Sony's QX10 and QX100 camera modules attach to and are controlled via Android and iOS smartphones.

Sony has released a firmware update for its QX10 and QX100 camera modules that bring a couple of improvements. The shutter button can now be used to pre-focus with a half-press which allows you to focus and recompose with the QX modules just like you would do with any digital camera. 

Sony has also improved the QX models' NFC performance. The modules can now establish a NFC connection to your smartphone quicker, just make sure you've got the latest version of Sony's PlayMemories Mobile app (v4.2 or newer) installed.

Sony had released an update for the QX modules earlier this year, adding manual control over ISO and real 1080p video recording instead of 1440×1080. This update includes those features, too. So if you haven't installed the previous update yet, you can now kill two birds with one stone. You can find both updates on Sony's support website (QX10 / QX100).

Via: GSM Arena