The QX10 comprises two main parts, being the lens and the phone attachment which twists and locks on to the lens. The phone attachment is not required if you have a Sony phone with a specific Sony case which allows you to attach the camera lens directly to it, but presumably most users will require the phone attachment. The power button sits on the top of the lens, and when the unit is turned on the LED lights up green. This LED shows orange when the device is charging and red when you record a movie. On the side of the unit lies the shutter button and zoom lever, and the micro-USB socket sits below these underneath a small protective cover. On the other side of the unit is a small display which indicates whether or not a memory card has been inserted, and the level of charge remaining. Should you wish to use the QX10 with a tripod, there is a socket on the bottom of the unit."
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