Sony has introduced their new Alpha NEX camera range – NEX-5N, NEX-7 and NEX-F3. They are compact interchangeable lens cameras but boast the performance and quality of a DSLR.
As an owner of the previous generation NEX-5, the new NEX-5N has received some much appreciated improvements.The Sony Alpha NEX-5N is the direct replacement of its predecessor the NEX-5, features Sony’s latest 16.1 MP CMOS sensor, LCD touch-screen, full HD movie and the new Photo Creativity Touch interface. Background Defocus, Exposure, Picture Effect and other adjustments can be previewed, applied and combined in an instant via the LCD touch panel and control dial.
While NEX-5N is great for beginners, NEX-7 is specifically targets those advanced users and serious photography enthusiasts. If you are looking for a camera that will last for years and be able to have personal control with shooting, the NEX-7 may be for you. As a compact system camera it weighs only 291g but comes loaded with lots of impressive specifications. It features a newly-developed Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with 24.3 effective megapixel resolution, and responses are accelerated further by a shutter release lag of just 0.02 seconds. Other features include quick, versatile new TRINAVI control which is on the top of the camera, high resolution XGA OLED Tru-Finder and built-in flash, full HD Movie, manual focus.
If NEX-7 is too complex for you, the pocket-sized NEX-F3 is a good entry-level camera with DSLR-quality images. It features the space-saving mirrorless design, 16.1 megapixels, a new APS-C sensor, ISO setting of 16,000 and a 3-inch LCD that can flip 180-degrees to face completely forward making it easier to shoot self-portraits.
Pricing for the above models vary, starting from £529 for the NEX-F3, £599 for the NEX-5N to £999 for the NEX-7.
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