Sony's newest digital camera in the NEX-series is budget friendly and feature-packed. An entry-level compact system camera (CSC) features a 16.1MP APS HD CMOS sensor the same sensor as the newly announced Sony Alpha 37 DSLT camera it makes it capable of delivering a sensitivity range between ISO 200 and 16, 00 and the Full HD video recording. In video recording capabilities of the Sony NEX-F3 are quite a step-up from the C3 as it now records in higher quality AVCHD (up to 10800p 24Mbps) or MP$ (up to 1440x1080 12Mbps). NEX-F3 has also capable of enhancing photos with software features like "Clear Image Zoom" and " Auto Portrait Framing" that are in most common in the newer version of Sony Cameras siblings.
Several new additional features was packed for the new NEX series camera, it made and capable for fully automatic Superior Auto mode, including hand-held twilight and Auto HDR. In this mode of camera it can detects the type of the scene it is photographing and automatically selects appropriate setting to capture best quality images.
Sony NEX-F3 Specifications
16.1MP APS-CMOS sensor (4912x3264 max. Photo resolution)
ISO up to 16000
30s – 1/4000s shutter speed
3-inch LCD, 920 pixels
180-degree tilting LCD screen
Built-in Flash + Flash por
SD-SDX storage, Memory stick Pro Duo
Memory Stick Pro-HG Duo
MSRP for this model is $599.99, and it comes with the standard 18-55mm kit lens.