looking for a compact digital camera with the power and versatility of a DSLR? Sony has one for you. dubbed the Sony NEX-3N Mirrorless Digital Camera, it promised to deliver pro level images, along with full HD videoing in an ultra-compact body that tips the scale at a little under 212.6 grams. exist as a kit with a SELP1650 motorized zoom lens, the NEX-3N is equipped with a 16.1MP APS HD CMOS found in traditional DSLR cameras, matched to BIONZ image processor that has the same area-specific noise reduction technology found on the full-frame a99 camera. another notable debut is the Auto Object Framing technology that helps you to identify the main of subject of the framed scene, and then automatically trims the image to focus on the identified object. this cropped image is then boosted to full resolution by Sony’s By Pixel Super Resolution technology for enhanced image detail, tones and textures, while you will still have the original image for review, in case you prefer not to have someone or something interfering with your work of art. other features include maximum sensitivity of up to ISO16000 for exceptional low-light photography, BIONZ image processor, Sony E-mount system, Intelligent AF System, Auto Object Framing, full HD 1080i videography at 60 fps, a 3″ rear screen tilting LCD, built-in flash, memory card slot that supports both memory stick and SD card, and support for Sony new ‘Triluminos Color’ for more eye-teasing vivid and ultra-realistic colors when viewing your captured videos and stills on any Triluminos BRAVIA TV. the Sony NEX-3N Mirrorless Digital Camera will arrive this April in a choice of black or white for around $499.99.

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