Digital photography is in full swing in India with the introduction of the Sony Digital Camera GX2 in February this year.

The GX series of camera, which uses the same high-resolution sensor as the digital cameras used by the likes of Samsung and Panasonic, is the first Sony camera to feature a 12 megapixel sensor.

With a resolution of 1.12 metres (4.3 feet) per pixel, it’s more than the likes a 16 megapixel digital camera can handle and comes with a 2,100 mAh battery.

The camera features the same 12 megapixels, but Sony has added a special filter that lets you take more detail from the scene.

In this case, the filter is a 1.5 micron wide aperture.

It has an auto focus, and the camera is designed to be used with a wide angle lens.

Sony has also made a few other improvements.

For instance, the lens aperture can be changed from f/1.8 to f/2.2, to help make it easier to take photos in low light situations.

The camera is also IP67 certified, which means the lens can withstand dust, water and rain.

There are also some other enhancements like the ability to shoot RAW files, and HDR images.

The Sony GX1 was the first digital camera to offer a 12-megapixel sensor and it was launched in February 2017.

The Sony Digital Cine, however, launched in January this year, three months after the first GX.

The latest flagship camera is the Sony G8.

The 8-megapixels camera has a resolution similar to the Sony cameras but with a larger pixel size.

The digital camera is priced at Rs 5,499 ($699) and it has a battery of 3,400mAh.

The GX is a great camera.

The price tag is not cheap, but it is well worth the money.

We used it on a trip to Mumbai to shoot a short video about the city and its people.