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February 20, 2013

New Sony Alpha SLT-A58 and Nex-3n ILC Mirrolress Camera!! Pre-Order Links Now Up!!

Sony Nex-3n w/selp1650 lens

Sony announces two new cameras, the Alpha SLT-A58 and Nex-3n ILC mirrolress camera!! Both offering new features that are aimed to please for their respective markets!

For the new slt-a58 we have the SLT-A57 Review (Click Here) replacement and possible slt-a38 replacement as well.  The slt-a58 has several hardware changes, although the body is pretty much the same as far as I can tell. The slt-a58 has a new 20.1mp sensor, new OLED Viewfinder, and a lower resolution(460k) rear lcd screen. This lower res screen and 5fps frame rate also seems like evidence for no slt-a38.

Software wise the slt-a58 features a new Auto Object Framing which sounds very similar to the Auto Portrait framing feature. I honestly did not care for that feature, so hopefully this new version does a better job!!

Supposedly the slt-a58 has a new af system as well, but the specs are very similar to the slt-a57. (15-point phase detection Live View AF with 3 cross sensors; with AF tracking in Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE mode) The AF tracking may be the new part, not 100% sure.

For the new SonyNex-3n we have an all new design, but the same old specs unfortunately. No hybrid AF or high res screen on the back, but it does have a built in flash which is nice! Check it out below for a high res close look. the Nex-3n is incredible light though at only 210g, so if you want the smallest and lightest ILC Mirrorless, the Nex-3n could be the best choice!!

 

Sony Alpha SLT-A58 High Res Photos

Click on the images for the higher res ~100px versions!!!

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Official SLT-A58 Press Re-lease from Sony

For life’s spontaneous moments – catch all the split-second excitement with the new ?58 interchangeable lens camera from Sony. With Translucent Mirror technology for speedy shooting with fast, accurate autofocus, it’s the must-have choice for grabbing those once-in-a-lifetime picture opportunities. Even if you’re new to interchangeable lens photography, you’ll enjoy image quality that effortlessly exceeds your point-and-shoot compact camera, plus features you’d expect from a far higher-priced DSLR.

At the heart of the ?58 is a brand new Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with an extremely high resolution of (approx.) 20.1 effective megapixels. It’s teamed with an improved BIONZ image processing engine for exceptionally detailed, low-noise stills and Full HD video, plus an extra-wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 16000.

Pick from the choice of 35 interchangeable A-mount lenses (including two tele-converters) and experience flawless images in virtually any lighting conditions, from dimly-lit interiors to atmospheric twilight scenes. Even if you’re shooting handheld, SteadyShot INSIDE keeps pictures crisp and stable, letting you shoot with confidence at slower shutter speeds or higher zoom settings where wobbles are often a worry.

Unlike ordinary DSLR cameras, SLT cameras by Sony use Translucent Mirror technology that directs light onto the main image sensor as well as a separate autofocus sensor. This means that subjects stay sharply focused at all times as you compose scenes with the tilt-angle LCD or through the high-resolution, high-contrast OLED Tru-Finder. And with no moving mirror to slow you down, you’ll enjoy non-stop live image preview during speedy burst shooting or while you’re recording Full HD video.

The ?58 is your ideal partner for grabbing the action as it happens – like sports, wildlife or spur-of-the-moment fun with friends and family. Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE mode brings that decisive moment closer with a high-speed burst of sharp images at 8 frames per second. The high-performance 15-point AF system now features Lock-on Autofocus with speedier, more accurate subject tracking. So now you can capture the athletic grace of a gymnast or animals in the wild with a burst of crisply-focused images, even if your subject’s moving.

Featured on previous models, Auto Portrait Framing has now evolved into even more versatile Auto Object Framing – helping you get better-looking, more professional results without effort. The ?58 judges what’s in the scene – one person, two people, even moving objects or macro subjects – tracking, framing and cropping the shot to create powerful, professionally-framed compositions. Thanks to Pixel Super Resolution Technology by Sony, cropped images preserve the same resolution as the original exposure.

Instantly selectable from the mode dial, Picture Effect lets you pick from a palette of 15 artistic ‘in-camera’ treatments, like Toy Camera, Mono and Partial Colour.

Framing, focusing and viewing your shots is a pleasure through the new OLED Tru-Finder. This bright, high resolution electronic viewfinder accurately shows the results of adjusting camera settings in real time. Instantly see the result of adjusting exposure compensation, aperture, ISO, white balance, Picture Effect and other parameters before you shoot… not after. It’s a great way to compose the perfect shot with confidence.

The ?58 is the first-ever A-mount interchangeable lens camera from Sony that offers support for new ‘TRILUMINOS Colour’. You’ll experience a dramatically expanded palette of vivid, ultra-realistic colours when videos and still images are played back on any BRAVIA TV with support for ‘TRILUMINOS Display’.

The new ?58 interchangeable lens camera from Sony with Translucent Mirror technology is available from April 2013.

Never miss the moment: The new A58 from Sony

20 February 2013

For life’s spontaneous moments – catch all the split-second excitement with the new ?58 interchangeable lens camera from Sony. With Translucent Mirror technology for speedy shooting with fast, accurate autofocus, it’s the must-have choice for grabbing those once-in-a-lifetime picture opportunities. Even if you’re new to interchangeable lens photography, you’ll enjoy image quality that effortlessly exceeds your point-and-shoot compact camera, plus features you’d expect from a far higher-priced DSLR.

At the heart of the ?58 is a brand new Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor with an extremely high resolution of (approx.) 20.1 effective megapixels. It’s teamed with an improved BIONZ image processing engine for exceptionally detailed, low-noise stills and Full HD video, plus an extra-wide sensitivity range of ISO 100 to 16000.

Pick from the choice of 35 interchangeable A-mount lenses (including two tele-converters) and experience flawless images in virtually any lighting conditions, from dimly-lit interiors to atmospheric twilight scenes. Even if you’re shooting handheld, SteadyShot INSIDE keeps pictures crisp and stable, letting you shoot with confidence at slower shutter speeds or higher zoom settings where wobbles are often a worry.

Unlike ordinary DSLR cameras, SLT cameras by Sony use Translucent Mirror technology that directs light onto the main image sensor as well as a separate autofocus sensor. This means that subjects stay sharply focused at all times as you compose scenes with the tilt-angle LCD or through the high-resolution, high-contrast OLED Tru-Finder. And with no moving mirror to slow you down, you’ll enjoy non-stop live image preview during speedy burst shooting or while you’re recording Full HD video.

The ?58 is your ideal partner for grabbing the action as it happens – like sports, wildlife or spur-of-the-moment fun with friends and family. Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE mode brings that decisive moment closer with a high-speed burst of sharp images at 8 frames per second. The high-performance 15-point AF system now features Lock-on Autofocus with speedier, more accurate subject tracking. So now you can capture the athletic grace of a gymnast or animals in the wild with a burst of crisply-focused images, even if your subject’s moving.

Featured on previous models, Auto Portrait Framing has now evolved into even more versatile Auto Object Framing – helping you get better-looking, more professional results without effort. The ?58 judges what’s in the scene – one person, two people, even moving objects or macro subjects – tracking, framing and cropping the shot to create powerful, professionally-framed compositions. Thanks to Pixel Super Resolution Technology by Sony, cropped images preserve the same resolution as the original exposure.

Instantly selectable from the mode dial, Picture Effect lets you pick from a palette of 15 artistic ‘in-camera’ treatments, like Toy Camera, Mono and Partial Colour.

Framing, focusing and viewing your shots is a pleasure through the new OLED Tru-Finder. This bright, high resolution electronic viewfinder accurately shows the results of adjusting camera settings in real time. Instantly see the result of adjusting exposure compensation, aperture, ISO, white balance, Picture Effect and other parameters before you shoot… not after. It’s a great way to compose the perfect shot with confidence.

The ?58 is the first-ever A-mount interchangeable lens camera from Sony that offers support for new ‘TRILUMINOS Colour’. You’ll experience a dramatically expanded palette of vivid, ultra-realistic colours when videos and still images are played back on any BRAVIA TV with support for ‘TRILUMINOS Display’.

The new ?58 interchangeable lens camera from Sony with Translucent Mirror technology is available from April 2013.

– Ends –

Sony SLT-A58 Specifications

SLT-A58
Image Sensor Exmor APS HD CMOS
Effective pixels 20.1 megapixels (approx.)
Sensitivity range ISO 100 – 16000 (25600 with Multi Frame NR)
Autofocus system 15-point phase detection Live View AF with 3 cross sensors; with AF tracking in Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE mode
Continuous burst shooting (max.) 5 fps (8 fps in Tele-zoom Continuous Advance Priority AE mode)
Movie recording Quick AF Full HD Movie (AVCHD 1920×1080, 50i/25p)
Electronic viewfinder OLED Tru-Finder with 100% field coverage
LCD 460k-dot 6.7 cm (2.7-type) with adjustable angle
Image compositing functions Auto HDR; Hand-held Twilight; Sweep Panorama; Anti Motion Blur; Multi Frame Noise Reduction
Image stabilisation system SteadyShot INSIDE
Built-in flash GN 10
Interfaces HDMI; Multi Interface Shoe; Multi Terminal; Memory Stick Duo / SD card slots
Picture Effect 11 modes, 15 effects
Dimensions 128.6 x 95.5 x 77.7 mm (approx.)
Weight (body only) 492g (approx.)
Shooting stamina Using Tru-Finder: 690 shotsUsing LCD: 700 shots
 

Sony A58 Promo Video

 

SLT-A58 Pre-Orders

Sony SLT-A58 @ BHPhoto >>

 

Sony Nex-3n High Res Photos!!

Click on the images for the higher res ~100px versions!!!

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Official Sony Nex-3n Press Release from Sony

Moving up from your fixed lens camera? Travel light with the compact, easy to use NEX-3N E-mount camera with built-in flash – an exciting introduction to the world of interchangeable lens photography by Sony.

Self-portraits have never been simpler with the NEX-3N, thanks to the camera’s easy-to-hold textured grip that fits reassuringly in the hand. The crisp, bright 7.5cm (3.0-type) LCD screen instantly flips through 180 degrees for fuss-free arm’s-length compositions. What’s more, a newly-added zoom lever on the camera body allows smooth, fingertip control of focal length with compatible lenses like the slim, light SELP1650 power zoom. Great for one-handed portrait framing, the zoom lever also adjusts digital zoom if you’re not using a powered lens.

All serious photographers know that great photos start with a great composition. Brand new Auto Object Framing helps you get better-looking, more professional results without effort. The camera judges what’s in the scene – one person, two people or even macro and moving objects – automatically cropping the shot to create more powerful, professionally-framed compositions.

Weighing approximately 210g, the NEX-3N is the world’s smallest, lightest interchangeable-lens camera with a large APS-C sized sensor*. Grabbing more light than the sensor in ordinary compact cameras, it’s the big sensor that’s key to exquisitely detailed photos and sparkling Full HD movies that stand out from the crowd. What’s more, it’s easy to create pro-style background blur effects with your collection of interchangeable E-mount lenses… just like you’d achieve with a bigger, bulkier DSLR camera.

The camera’s large sensor also boosts maximum sensitivity to ISO 16000. It’s complemented by an evolved BIONZ processor that uses the same area-specific noise reduction techniques featured on the acclaimed full-frame ?99. Levels of noise reduction and sharpness are individually adjusted for different image areas. Even if you’re shooting in dim light, you’ll enjoy crisp, ultra-low noise handheld shots without needing flash.

The NEX-3N is also the first NEX interchangeable lens camera from Sony that offers support for new “TRILUMINOS Colour”. You’ll experience a dramatically expanded palette of vivid, ultra-realistic colours when videos and still images are played back on any BRAVIA TV with support for “TRILUMINOS Display”.

There’s now a range of thirteen high-quality E-mount lenses to realise the immense creative potential of the NEX-3N. Choose from telephoto, zoom, wide angle, macro lenses by Sony and Carl Zeiss to suit any shooting situation. Every model blends superb optical performance with elegant looks to complement your E-mount camera. There’s also a full range of coordinating accessories by Sony, from style-matching carry cases and straps to spare batteries.

The light, compact new NEX-3N interchangeable lens camera from Sony is available in Europe from March 2013.

* Among interchangeable-lens cameras with an APS-C sensor and pop-up flash, as of Feb 2013.

– Ends –

Sony Nex-3n specifications

NEX-3N
Image sensor Exmor APS HD CMOS with approx. 16.1 effective megapixels
Autofocus system Contrast-detection with 25 AF points
ISO sensitivity range Still images: ISO 200 – 16000Movies: ISO 200 – 3200 equivalent
Movie recording format AVCHD 50i/25p
Optical viewfinder N/A
LCD screen 7.5cm / 3.0-type 460K-dot; tilt angle up 180°
Continuous shooting 4 fps (approx.)
Picture Effect 11 modes, 15 effects
Dimensions 109.9 x 62.0 x 34.6 mm (approx.)
Weight (with battery and memory card; approx.) 269 g
Weight (body only; approx.) 210 g
Battery life (approx.) 480 shots (CIPA standard)
Connections / interfaces Multi/Micro USB* (allows charging); HDMI Type D*Supports Micro USB compatible device
Built-in flash GN4; ISO 100·m / (GN6; ISO 200·m)

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Sony Nex-3n Official Promo Video

 

Sony Nex-3n First look VideoPreview

Courtesy of TechRadar

The NEX 3N comes as the direct replacement to Sony’s entry level compact system camera, the F3, and as with the F3 it’s aimed at those looking to make the jump from a pocketable compact to a camera with an interchangeable lens.

 

Nex-3n Pre-Orders

Sony Nex-3n @ BHPhoto >>

 

Closing remarks

Pretty cool news overall, but nothing crazy as far as I’m concerned. Curios how good the new slt-a58 20.1mp sensor will be, as it’s rumored to have significantly better ISO performance!! The specs are the same though in that regard. It looks like Sony decided to do away with the new slt-a38 and go with just the slt-a58, for no, and the slt-a68, and slt-a78 for the future?? Not really sure, but time will tell!! 😉 The Sony Nex-3n is a very nice light weight package, with a flash included, and 180 degree articulating screen, making a killer option for anybody into self portraits or self recordings!

When new cameras come out, old cameras are on sale!!

Be sure to check out the Sony Nex-F3 and SLT-A57 deals below if your in the market!!

Also, stay tuned for more New Sony Alpha A-Mount Lenses and Cyber-shot cameras that were also just announced!! Working on those articles next 😉

Jay


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10 Comments


  1. David Stahl

    I am an A57 owner/user and was very much looking forward to the A58 — especially after hearing about the new sensor. I was stunned last night when I saw that Sony downsized the LCD screen in the A58 — both in size and resolution. While I do all my composition with the eyepiece, the LCD is a vital component in my process — having a decent quality image there is very important what with the available tools to zoom in and check the focus achieved in key areas. I understand that Sony wants to keep the price down to attract folk to this now low end of their SLT line, but I would have gladly paid $100 more over the projected price to keep the same LCD as the A57. I’ll be passing on the A58 and hoping that the anticipated A77 replacement later this year doesn’t go backwards from its current specs.


    • Jay

      Hey David,

      Thanks for the comments on the New SLT-A58 camera and I totally agree. The High res screen is what made the A57 stand out a a Semi-Pro camera in my mind as apposed to an introductory camera, in addition to the build quality.

      Sony is trimming their Alpha line to just the 5, 6, 7, and 9 full frame series for now. A bunch of New Full frame camera’s are coming down the pipe, so who knows what series Sony will decide to go with or bring back. Knowing Sony it’s pretty likely they will come out with a super affordable full frame camera. Perhaps even a 3 series low budget??

      The good news is the new 6 series should be the replacement for the A57 and will be FF I think. Sony does not expect people to upgrade from the slt-a57 to the slt-a58 clearly 😉 Although the OLED is a nice upgrade and if your a low light shooter, have a 3 series alpha, or older DSLR, it’s not a bad option at all!!

      I would still recommend the SLT-A57 over the SLT-A58 for the better rear LCD screen though, and current killer deals I linked above!! Or the Nex-6, or killer Nex-5r I’m currently reviewing Here >>

      What do you think Sony will come out with next?? All Full Frames?

      Thanks again,
      Jay


      • Gary Ng

        Being a current A580 user I was hoping to jump to the new A58 with all the new features esp better AF tracking but yes the lower res LCD really put me off. Guess I have to wait a little longer for a better non-full frame upgrade (A77 not so much for me) or if Sony comes out with a very affordable full frame alternative =)


      • Jay

        Why not go for the SLT-A57 then Gary??

        Jay


  2. David Stahl

    Jay,

    Thanks much for the feedback — I also anticipate Sony will bring a less expensive FF camera to market — similar to what Nikon did with the D600. As to when is a bit of a mystery — Sony likes to surprise as they did last year the RX-100 and RX1.


    • Jay

      They sure do like to surprise!! I honestly have no clue, but it seems like most likely direction. Nex Full Frame is definitely coming per the Top Sony guys, so that is a fact. What else is still un confirmed as Sony is consolidating a lot of there product lines. The TV business is killing Sony apparently.

      Later,
      Jay


  3. Minolta XG-M

    Honestly, i’d still rather get the F3. It has the accessory mount, a bigger grip, better screen and comes with a manual zoom kit lens.
    The 3N is clearly made to avoid overwhelming P&S upgraders, for those who can’t frame a shot, that is. I want to use adapted Minolta MD glass, and the grip and display make quite a difference there.
    Sorry for the rant.


    • Jay

      Good points XG-M 😉 It’s selling point is more the smallest and lightest ILC Mirror-less I guess?? I totally agree about real world ergonomics!!


  4. Frank

    the new hotshot for the flash? I guess time to run away from Sony, its is proving not to be a reliable Company I not invest a single dime on lenses or other for my A57 until Sony makes it clear the direction that they are taking
    +


    • Jay

      Hey Frank,

      It really is a shame Sony jumped ship with the flash mount, but in the end I think it was a wise decision. The standard Hot Shoe is utilized by pretty much all other manufactures, so it just makes sense from an aftermarket perspective.

      I understand your frustration though, and coming from Canon myself I never purchased a Sony flash. Now that it’s a standard Hot shoe I will consider it though if I get the A99 or next gen full frame camera.
      Jay



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