Sony Alpha NEX-3
Announced May 11, 2010 •
14 megapixels | 3″ screen | APS-C sensor
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My first (and best) experience with mirrorless DSLR was two early Sony models, the NEX-3 and the NEX-5. Both were rather small, but my favorite part of the design of the NEX-3 was its very thin design: only 1.5 inch thick (without lens), weighing 370g without a lens. This made it easy for me to pocket it when using pancake lenses or pinhole lenses, as it eventually took as little space as a non-removable lens camera such as the Panasonic DMC-LX7 for example, while providing the option to...
By: chinaka (Jul 29, 2017)
hello i bought a lens online, which had the main pc board missing, so i bought an original main pc board from a sony repaire shop, installed the board and updated the lens to version 2, everything else works, however the auto focus on the lens will not work. i was told that i need the auto focus software from sony, but am not sure if thats true or not. here are some images from the lens as seen from the image, the lens works however the auto focus on it is not initiation, i...
Hi everyone, I'm new to this site. I have been using a Sony Nex3 camera, but have really outgrown it. I really want to step up my photography game, and after MUCH research have decided on the Nikon d750 with the Sigma art 24-105 lens. I currently do portraits of my kids, travel, and general photography, but want to get into landscape and more artistic photography. I have been saving up, and will get the camera and lens for Christmas. My question is when should I buy it? There is a great deal...
Broke out my Nex3 recently and decided to shoot in B&W. It appears that in Monochrome mode there is no option for manual control of shutter speed or aperture. I can, however, adjust Exposure Comp. Can anyone please clarify if this is correct, or am I missing something? Thank you.
I may be missing something here but I need to know. After upgrading from a NEX-3 to a NEX-7, I'm currently wading through all the settings, attempting to get to grips with things. My question is with regard to the focus points. On both cameras there are 25. I may sound like a complete newbie (which I am actually), but can I view all these points on screen simultaneously? At the moment (and on the NEX-3 also), there are 9, grouped in the centre of the screen. Am I completely misunderstanding...
I just got into photography and I have a good feeling that I'll be here for a while, so I know it's way to early to get a new camera since I already have a Nex-3. But I need something to save up for since I'm not really the wealthiest person on earth. I have some options down here, if you want to look over them and tell me your thoughts or you can put your own camera you think is good. P.S I love doing nature scenes as well as low light pictures. Canon EOS 70D Nikon d7100 Nikon d5300 Canon...
Greetings Fellow Photographers, I'm been addicted to a drug recently, and if you haven't guessed....the drug is PHOTOGRAPHY! I love photography so much, the thrill of getting the greatest breath taking pictures is what I craze for. Besides the point, my first camera is a Sony Nex-3, I had it for a few weeks and I got used to it........a bit. I have a few questions that I'll hope will be answered by you lovely photographers. Any good resources to learn from about taking pictures...
Hey everyone so I just noticed my Sony NEX-5T has a focusing noise issue (its noticable when its pretty quiet) when autofocusing it's more present with a high shutter speed or focus close on things on my kit lenses but on my SEL50F18 it's constant in video & before I take a photo with it. If any of you have a NEX 5R/5T please test it out! If mine is defective I will take it back for repair it's very annoying Thank you so much! (: It sounds like this I found a video on Youtube I wonder if it's...
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