The NEX-5N

Yes, it has an awesome sounding name, NEX-5N. It’s not as epic yet as C-3PO, but it might get there someday. At least it’s more useful than a gold and shiny robot. Aargh, who am I kidding? There’s nothing more useful than a gold and shiny robot! But the Sony NEX-5N is also pretty nice. And it makes pretty pictures. Wait, that makes me sound like I know nothing about photography. The Sony Alpha NEX-5N is the fourth model in Sony’s NEX line of APS-C format mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. The 5N is a direct replacement for its predecessor the NEX-5, using the company’s latest 16.1MP CMOS sensor in place of the previous 14MP chip. There you go, that’s better. To summarize: the NEX-5N takes awesome pictures! You could use the automatic picture function in almost any occasion, but the 5N gives the photographer quite a few options to screw it up! Or to make the picture even more stunning, depending on how good you are. Anyway, I’m happy with it. It’s small, shiny, silver and comes with a set of brilliant lenses. What more do you want?


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