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Be a Pro Photographer with the New Sony NEX-C3

The world’s smallest and lightest lens digital camera is being introduced by Sony.

Those on the lookout for the newest camera design features need look no further, as the NEX-C3 by Sony combines an easy-to-use streamlined grip shape with enhanced image quality.

Sony’s new release is offered in a choice of stylish colours in a solid metal top case.  The main circuitry size is reduced, meaning the actual camera body weight comes in at a tiny 225g, which is almost six percent less than its predecessor the NEX-3.

The resolution has been boosted to 16.2 effective megapixels and captures stills and 720p HD video with enhanced clarity.  The DSLR sized sensor also enables users to produce pro-quality ‘bokeh’ background defocus effects, whether you’re shooting HD video or stills.

Photo Jargon

The NEX-C3 cuts out photo jargon so everybody can easily understand the sophisticated picture controls to make use of the settings and take quality, professional looking photographs.

Complicated technical terms like aperture, exposure value, and white balance, are replaced through the new Photo Creativity interface with more user friendly terms like background defocus, brightness and colour.

The user can easily identify these features by simply turning the camera’s rear-mounted control wheel to instantly see the effect of the settings previewed on screen.

For those who are really keen to get creative, the camera enables users to combine two or more settings to create something really sophisticated.

The Picture Effect setting enables users to add extra impact to stills or HD video during shooting, without the worry of editing images afterwards.  There’s even a ‘Soft Skin’ effect that can remove those pesky wrinkles and blemishes from portrait subjects.

The Picture Effect also includes options like Partial Colour, Retro Photo, Pop Colour, High Contrast Monochrome, Posterisation, High-key and Toy Camera.