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Date: 11/02/2013 | By: Heather

Say ‘hello’ to the new Sony NEX-3N!

Say ‘hello’ to the new Sony NEX-3N!

Sony’s showing a lot of love for its NEX line with the rumoured released of the Sony NEX-3N, a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera with a 16 MP sensor and what appears to be an electronic zoom lever below the shutter button.

With the electronic zoom control, users will experience a smoother and steadier zoom, especially when they take videos. It is usable with both the 16-50mm and 18-200mm power zoom (PZ) lenses.

In the past, NEX lenses have always been controlled by a manual zoom, so the prospect of an electronic zoom is certainly an exciting one! We will have more details on February 20th, when the official announcement will be made.

Source: Sony Alpha Rumors

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