Image Sensor: 14.2 million effective pixels.
Metering: Multi pattern, centre-weighted and spot.
Sensor Size: APS-C-sized CMOS (23.4×15.6mm).
Lens: Sony E Series mount.
Shutter Speed: 30 to 1/4000 second. Flash sync: 1/160 sec.
Continuous Shooting: seven fps.
Memory: Memory Stick PRO Duo, PRO-HG Duo, SD, SDHC, SDXC cards.
Image Sizes (pixels): 4592×3056, 4592×2576, 3344×2224, 3344×1872, 2288×1520, 2288×1280.
Movies: 1280×720, 848×480, 640×480 at 30 fps.
Colour Space: sRGB, Adobe RGB.
LCD Screen: 7.5cm LCD (921,600 pixels).
File Formats: JPEG, RAW, JPEG+RAW, MPEG4.
ISO Sensitivity: Auto, 200 to 12,800.
Interface: USB 2.0, HDMNI, AV.
Power: Rechargeable lithium ion battery, DC input.
Dimensions: 117.2×62.6×33.4mm WHDmm.
Weight: 297 g (inc battery and card).
Price: Around AUD1000 for body and kit lens.
Watch your back, Olympus PEN and Lumix GF! Sony is releasing its digital rangefinder, NEX-3, soon! A review has been done and from the looks of it, this is going to give a run for Olympus and Panasonic. I really like the slim physique of the body, but not too sure of the lens though. Another attractive thing about the NEX-3 is the tilting LCD screen. The flash is equally appealing as well! Apparently, it handles ISO really well, even usable up to 12,800!
Looks like Sony is gearing up for real war in the digital rangefinder realm. We shall wait and watch...