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Saturday, May 15, 2010

Sony's latest line of micro four thirds sensor digital camera : Sony NEX 3




I came across a camera review of Sony NEX-3 by Barry Smith. Here are the features which make this digital camera more advanced over other competitors:

  • body is roughly similar to Olympus’ new PEN series: no eye level finder
  • no on board flash -accessory unit is available
  • large 7.5cm LCD screen
  • kit lens is f3.5-5.6/18-55mm - the lens barrel is quite huge with 62mm in diameter.
  • CMOS is much larger than the Micro Four Thirds sensor, leading to some major benefits: maximum image size is 4592×3056 pixels, or 39×26cm in print-speak. The larger sensor leads to a more narrow depth of field, closer to that of a 35mm SLR.
  • high burst rate
  • Viewfinder menu resembles a computer screen in all its full colour, icon-splashed selections

Sony NEX 3 has two major and highly appealing features from the earlier, compact DSC-HX5V: an amazing panorama feature that can be used with the camera horizontally or vertically

Sony NEX-5 has one even better spec: AVCVHD movie shooting in Full HD: 1920×1080 pixels.

Sony NEX 3 and NEX 5 models both share an excellent tilting LCD screen producing bright and sharp view— up by nearly 90 degrees from vertical, out and

Expect to see a whole variety of accessories and great powerful lenses in the coming months.

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