Sony Alpha NEX-F3 Digital Camera Review$599.99
There isn't a great deal of dramatic changes in store for those of your who are comparing the NEX-F3 to the NEX-C3 in terms of features. While it does incorporate some different processing and a few extra tricks, the biggest changes are going to be the addition of 1080/60i video, the LCD that now articulates to face completely forward, and the camera's new auto portrait framing mode. While these all add something to the total package, we don't think it's enough to justify upgrading from a C3 to an F3. If you're deciding between the two, we'd say there's little in terms of features you're going to miss by taking the likely cheaper option of going with the older NEX-C3.