The Sony ILCE-QX1 is a mobile device mountable, Wi-Fi-controlled camera module announced by Sony on 3 September 2014. Part of the Sony Alpha family, it has a 20.1 MP sensor, requires an exchangeable E-mount lens, supports power zoom, and has a pop-up flash, but no in-body image stabilisation. On the ILCE-QX1 itself there are buttons for on/off, flash pop-up, lens release and shutter. The camera module can be remote-controlled through an iOS or Android device, to which it connects through Wi-Fi. The ILCE-QX1 allows capture in RAW format, but RAW files can only be directly wirelessly transferred to Android devices, not, as of September 2014, to iOS. Video capture is possible in FullHD at 30p, and battery life for still capture is rated at 440 shots.