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    Nice photos with A3000

    For 350 / $ 399 a fine camera (E-mount) with 20 mpixels ...

    19 picture`s A3000 & ZEISS16-70 F4 - Dyxum forums - Page 1


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    Re: Nice photos with A3000

    Fabulous stuff (both the 3000 and the 16-70 zoom). SOny are on a roll.

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    Re: Nice photos with A3000

    Of course it is a beginner's camera, buuuuut it has a viewer - but like display ~ 200.000 pixels ... tutti completto 20 mpixel e-mount camera for $ 399 / € 350 (with 18-55) not bad.

    16-70 is a "must NOT have" for € 999

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    Re: Nice photos with A3000

    The question I have is the new 20Mp APS-C sensor. The A3000's pric epoint suggests that it should be inferior to the 16.1Mp which the new and more expensive NEX 5T gets. Or does this foreshadow an interation of the NEX 6 with this sensor?

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    Re: Nice photos with A3000

    Is the sensor from the Sony a58? Imaging resource gives the a58 a small edge over the nex6.


    At $400 the ilc is a great backup for a nex.

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    Re: Nice photos with A3000

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivek View Post
    Fabulous stuff (both the 3000 and the 16-70 zoom). SOny are on a roll.
    I agree. But, for me, the most interesting/creative new Sony products will be the forthcoming ExpressOn. Sort of "camera-in-a-lens", attached to a smartphone, and suing the smartphone's display, wi-fi and app for control. Very innovative and unconventional. I hope it works out for Sony, and pushes Canon and Nikon to innovate as well.

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