Sony has updated its line of digital cameras with a new model called the NEX-C3. We have already announced the camera a while ago, yet only this week the official Sony announcement came in.
The NEX-C3 uses the same format APS-C image sensor as its predecessor, but with a resolution of 16.2 megapixels in a camera body smaller than the NEX-5. According to Sony, the new entry-level cam is designed to fill the gap between point-and-shoot and DSLR cameras.
The NEX-C3 ships in late July or August, and will be offered with 18-55mm and 16mm kit lenses for $649 and $599, respectively.
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