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Get Sony's Xperia 1 and WH-1000XM3 for $550 off during Prime Day

During this year's Amazon Prime Day, you can save big on a new smartphone and a set of active noise-canceling headphones in a bundled deal from Sony. We've consistently ranked the WH-1000XM3 among the best noise-canceling headphones thanks to their combination of excellent sound quality, all-day battery life, comfort, and sound rejection, and the Xperia 1 ranks among the best Android video cameras. Right now, you can snag both of these high-end devices for an absolute steal. Sony is knocking off a whopping $550 from the bundle through Prime Day, bringing the total to a combined $750. That's barely enough to get you just a flagship these days, let alone a pair of highly rated over-ear headphones with them. Killer bundle Sony Xperia 1 and WH-1000XM3 ANC headphones Get one of last year's most underrated flagships AND an incredible pair of noise-canceling headphones for hundreds off. The Xperia 1 has a 4K HDR display and powerful video features, while the WH-1000

The Xperia 1 is still our favorite phone for shooting video

Cameras in smartphones are getting better than ever, and that applies just as much to videography as it does to photography. Luckily, just about any high-end phone captures great-looking footage these days, but some have great specialized video features, while others are better suited for point and shoot videography. So what phone best fits your needs? Best overall Sony Xperia 1 Staff pick The Xperia 1 combines three great cameras — wide, telephoto, and ultra-wide — with robust manual controls and a color-accurate display that's capable of utilizing the Rec. 2020 color gamut. Sony's Cinema Pro app allows you to manually set ISO, focus, and shutter speed, as well as apply LUTs to achieve different cinematic looks, and you can even shoot in the same 21:9 aspect ratio used in popular films, compressed with the h.265 codec. $798 at Amazon Highest resolution videos Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra The Galaxy S20 Ultra doesn't have the Xperia 1's fancy manual control

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