Sony just launched their latest Sony Alpha camera line up, with the cheapest DSLR yet, the Sony Alpha 3000 at $399, and the compact, NFC-equipped, Sony Alpha NEX-5T at $699.
The Alpha 3000 features a 20.1MP APS-C sensor, which shoots full HD 1080p video at 60i, coupled with a viewfinder, plus a set of photo filters and effects. It also comes with an interchangeable E-mount, actually a 18-55mm lens, which comes out of the box.
The Alpha NEX-5T on the other hand, is basically an improved Alpha NEX-5R, with the compact body and the interchangeable E-mount lens as well. Though, this comes with a smaller 16-50mm lens than its predecessor with an 18-55mm lens. It still features a 16.1MP Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, with a Fast Hybrid AF, and the ability to have a 180 degrees tilt on its screen for quick selfies. However, the NFC module is added besides its WiFi capability, which can make your smartphones a secondary viewfinder and a trigger shutter for your photos as well.
The above video is an exclusive hands on from Sony Digital Imaging Team. Both Sony Alpha camera will be out this coming September in the US, though still no info for local release.