A long-awaited picture of the Sony NEX-F3 has been revealed
Sony is about to improve its NEX digital camera family and users are looking forward to trying a newly developed NEX-F3. By the way a single picture of this new digital camera has been revealed, so a great number of potential customers can have a look.
Unfortunately customers still don’t have enough information about this long-awaited NEX-F3, though it’s possible to make some conclusions based on information recently posted on a popular web resource Sonyalpha Rumors. In other words the revealed picture drops an obvious hint at some possible features of this new Sony stuff.
There was a sort of buzz regarding a 180 degree LCD screen this camera expected to have, so people simply hoped it would have much common with the tilting up and over display of Samsung’s MV800. According to the given picture the NEX-F3 is equipped with a swivel display though this display isn’t similar to the swivel one used in the NEX-C3.
The picture also unveils that Sony has installed a 16.1 megapixel sensor in its new camera, but obviously the current NEX-C3 megapixel sensor has 0.1megapixels more. As for the overall design it has been redone though the only visible change is that the flash button has found itself behind the NEX accessory port. As follows from this the NEX-F3 is equipped with a built-in flash so it’s going to be a big advantage of this camera. Additionally, it’s believed that the NEX-F3 will be announced by the middle of next month. Obviously, it makes sense to wait for new leaks though the official announcement will suffice too as customers naturally want to learn more about the upcoming NEX-F3.