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(VIDEO) Announcing The New α NEX-F3 Camera & 18-200mm Telephoto Zoom Lens

by Gina 05/17/2012

Just released, it’s the first look at the new  α NEX-F3 Camera & 18-200mm Telephoto Zoom Lens. SGNL by Sony’s, Anthony Carboni is visited by Kenta from the Sony Product team who went through all the new features of this new camera. From the 16.1 Megapixels, APS-C Sensor, 180° Tiltable LCD and built-in flash, it’s packed with specs. We also get a close up look at the new E-mount 18-200mm Telephoto Zoom Lens. It’s a video not to be missed!

And for those who live in the NYC area, you’re the lucky ones. Sony will be hosting an exclusive demo of the new line at the Sony Store (Sony Plaza) in New York (550 Madison Avenue, NY, NY) on Monday, May 21st and Tuesday, May 22nd from 11 AM – 4 PM EST.  Product experts will be on hand to showcase new models and we’re hearing they will be letting folks test drive the new model and pre-order onsite.

 

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  1. Anonymous wrote: May 19, 2012 7:48am

    I am psyched because the NEX F3 capabilities are so affordable. I’ve waited to purchase a digital SLR because of the prices and my patience has been mega-rewarded!

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  2. chris wrote: June 2, 2013 6:02am

    I’m just curious can you shut off the auto portrait framing feature say if you want to crop the photo afterwards or will it give you both the crop image and the original?

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    1. Kathleen wrote: June 4, 2013 11:22am

      Hi Chris, thanks for your question. Yep, both original and cropped version are retained and stored on the media card.

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    2. Kathleen wrote: June 4, 2013 12:10pm

      Hi again! I forgot to mention that whether or not both images are stored on the media card is up to you. Auto Portrait Framing function can be turned “on” or “off.” Whatever floats your boat :)

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