Sony NEX-F3 promises to provide an experience specific to a DSLR camera type, but more friendly in matter of size and weight when, for example, you go on vacation or a trip and you do your luggage. It brings a 16.1 megapixel sensor of APS-C type. The display on which you preview / view the photos is rotating at 180 degrees to facilitate self-portrait too. It also includes Flash, Auto Portrait Framing mode and the Alpha SLT-A35 feature to highlight the characteristics of the subject being photographed. The life of the battery goes up to 470 pictures and can be charged via USB too.
It is built from a material called SoRPlas – made by mixing a recycled plastic material based on sulfur which offers greater resistance.
In addition to Sony NEX-F3, Sony SLT-A37 was also launched. Sony gives a refresh to its top photo cameras through Sony A37. This brings an adjustable LCD screen, shooting up to 7 frames per second, continuous autofocus and recording at 1080p.
Sony A37 falls among cameras with semitransparent mirror that’s easy to use and offers more for the price it is sold. The sensor included is Exmor APS HD CMOS of 16.1 megapixels. The autofocus system is based on 15 points with three sensors in cross.
It also brings a viewfinder called Tru-Finder with 100% coverage. ISO sensitivity ranges from 100 to 16,000. It integrates a mode named Auto Superior by which promises professional photos. It includes the Auto Portrait Framing mode identifying the position of the one being photographed and allowing for creating a quality portrait.
Sony A37 allows taking pictures and recording videos in a very clear way since an optical stabilizer named SteadyShot INSIDE was introduced.
It has interchangeable lenses and the novelty is the telephoto objective with SAL18135 zoom of 18-135 mm F3.5-5.6, which offers a zoom up to 8x. It promises a manual autofocus that can be settled in a very fine and accurate way.