Sony has officially released their NEX-F3 interchangeable lens camera in the country in a small, intimate gathering of the press earlier today. The NEX-F3 is the latest member of the NEX family, and is aimed at consumers who want a (relatively) affortable interchangeable lens camera that they can take everywhere without breaking the bank. The NEX-F3 sports an APS-C sized Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with an effective megapixel count of 16.1.
The NEX-F3 is able to take Sony’s E mount lenses made for their other NEX models, and has a 180 degree tiltable LCD screen which allows users to take self-portraits of themselves for social media sites.
The NEX-F3 is also capable of shooting Full HD video (50i/25p). Sony has priced the NEX-F3 at Php 27,999, which is a steal, considering that this is a) a Sony product b) has most of the features that other, more expensive NEX cameras have at a far lower price point. That Php 27,999 price already includes a 18-55mm zoom lens, 8GB memory stick and carrying case.