Sony NEX-5T interchangeable lens camera made official with NFC and WiFi

Published On August 28, 2013 | By Faisal Md | Camera

Sony has officially announced a new pocket-sized interchangeable lens camera with advance connectivity feature, the Sony NEX-5T. Alongside wireless capability, the camera delivers pro-quality pictures for passionate photographers. Well, the NEX-5T is perfectly for people who want DSLR-style images for their camera.

The Sony NEX-5T interchangeable lens camera is integrating NFC (Near-Field Communications) and Wi-Fi. Meanwhile, users can easily transfer photos or videos and connect it into PC, smartphone, tablet, TV, etc. Sony-NEX-5T-Camera-Official-1

New camera brings a fast hybrid auto-focus system, which is phase-detection AF and contrast-detection AF. Sony NEX-5T utilized a SELP1650 motorized zoom lens. Furthermore, it is built-in Optical SteadyShot image stabilization to prevent blur effect, while capturing moment. The NEX-5T camera sports a 16.1 megapixel APS-C HD CMOS sensor and support for E-mount interchangeable lenses. You can find out the 3-inch wide TFT display with pressure-sensitive input and tilt able (180 degrees for up, 50 degrees for down movement).Sony-NEX-5T-Camera-Official-2

Sony NEX-5T Wi-Fi camera would be available in early September in three color options – silver, black and white. The kit model will cost around $700 that a camera plus 16-50mm motorized zoom lens (model number SELP1650).

Press Release
When size really does matter: discover smarter shooting and wireless sharing with the pocket-sized NEX-5T

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