The most famous among compact interchangeable lens of the Japanese is renewed with a model characterized by the presence of a system of integrated connectivity (Wi-Fi, NFC), which allows among other things to interact with a touch with Android devices.
Do not go unnoticed efforts made by Sony in the field of mirrorless. The latest evidence comes to us from the new Sony NEX 5T, yet another alternative to the SLR world with which the Japanese company aims to provide services ” prosumer ” camera body in the size reduced.
Sony NEX 5T is primarily a compact interchangeable lens with APS-C sensor that allows you to shoot at a maximum resolution of 16.1 megapixels and video in Full HD. Under the hood, then you will discover a wide range of functionality for sharing real-time, starting with the Wi-Fi module and the NFC system, two resources that allow the last born of the portfolio transfer pictures and videos wirelessly and to connect with one-touch access to Android devices of last generation. The result is a camera completely open to the world and the Internet which allows among other things to post photos on social networking sites (including Facebook and Flickr) and be controlled remotely from a smartphone or a tablet connected to it.
Youths, in this regard, applications that Sony provides in Play Memories Camera App, the supermarket applications (free and paid) to expand the basket of the camera’s features with the addition of – for example – of filters, electronic systems for the clearing and for remote control.
On a purely photographic, the new Sony NEX 5T is notable for its sensitivity up to ISO 25600, for the swiveling display (with swivel up to 180 degrees) and the Fast Hybrid AD-focus that promises more responsive and precise thanks to the combination of phase detection and contrast.
Sony NEX 5T will be available from the month of September 2013 in three colors (white, black and silver) at a price about $699 (with kit lens 16-50 mm).