Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Digital Photography: NEX-C3: Sony's smallest camera system

Photos making the NEX-C3 16.2 to effectively at a light sensitivity of ISO 12800. The exposure times are Sony with values ranging from 1/4000th to 30 seconds. The camera system snaps up to 5.5 frames per second series. Clips take the NEX-C3 in HD quality (720p) on. A full battery charge will last for around 400 images.

Thanks to the pan panorama mode, you create panoramas place in 2D and 3D. The HDR provides automatic ("High Dynamic Range") for voice recordings by three different exposures, Sony promises. There is also a twilight mode and manually adjustable focus effects. The latter are in the photo and video mode available.

The Soft Skin effect removes blemishes and smooths wrinkles for portrait shots. The menu options "panel", "exposure" and "Balance" are now called colloquially "background blur", "Brightness" and "color". Thanks to the new menu structure, users quickly find the most important settings, so Sony.
By means of the control wheel can change immediately on the 7.5-inch screen display, which works with combined effects. The manual focusing is done via the "peaking" message. The innovations of the NEX-C3 compared to the previous "" lie in the details. For example, it creates the Sony camera system to 14 grams to make it easier.

Furthermore, the image sensor is equipped, again with higher resolution (16.2 instead of 14.2 megapixels). The NEX-C3 is available in black and silver. Its case is made of polycarbonate. The camera system has more than 30 "Alpha A-mount" lenses and about 90 "Minolta" - only and the "Konic-Minolta lenses.

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