The Sony Alpha Rumors blog has nabbed some leaked promo images, which look very convincing and could really reveal the look of the new Nex-C3 camera with an external flash. It supposedly sports the same 16.2-megapixel Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor as the Alpha A55 digital SLR, which is quite the step up for this kind of model. The Nex-C3 should also be ready to record HD video.
Pricing and availability haven't been around yet, but expect it to fall under the still-available, higher-end Nex-5, which starts at $599.99. That announcement could be a ways off yet as production has reportedly been delayed to the disaster in Japan in March.
[Image via Sony Alpha Rumors]
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