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Sony Alpha NEX-F3 Review

A little grip goes a long way with Sony's solid, affordable follow-up to the NEX-C3

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Optical Zoom 3 x
Viewfinder Type none
Display Type articulated LCD
Display Size 3 in.
Display Resolution 921600 pixels
Battery Type removable lithium-ion
Battery Model Number NP-FW50
Height 66.6 mm
Width 117.3 mm
Depth 41.3 mm
Waterproof No
Shockproof No
Dustproof No
Weather-sealed No
Media New Memory Stick PRO Duo, SD/SDHC/SDXC, Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
Color Mode 1 Landscape
Color Mode 2 Portrait
Color Mode 3 Sunset
Color Mode 4 Standard
Color Mode 5 Vivid
Focal Length Maximum 55
Focal Length Minimum 18
35mm Focal Length Maximum 80
35mm Focal Length Minimum 24
Original Price 599.99
Weight 314
Still Pixel Count (gross) 16.7
Model Colors black, white, silver
Sensor Size APS-C
Sensor Type - New CMOS
Type
  • Compact SLR / System
Manual Controls
  • manual focus
  • aperture priority mode
  • shutter priority mode
  • full manual exposure
  • custom white balance
  • ISO control
ISO Options
  • 200
  • 400
  • 800
  • 1600
  • 3200
  • 6400
  • 12800
Connectivity Options
  • USB
  • miniHDMI
  • accessory port
Quality Settings
  • Fine
  • Normal
Maximum ISO 12800
Still Pixel Count (effective) 16.1
Mirror Technology (Interchangeable Lens) Mirrorless
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