Sony Alpha NEX-F3 Digital Camera Review$599.99
The Sony NEX-F3 has an ISO range of 200-16000, with noise reduction kicking in at ISO 400 and above. The camera doesn't offer you the option to turn noise reduction completely off (no current Sony DSLR does), unless you shoot in RAW. The only two options are "low" and "normal" noise reduction, though even the "low" setting lathers on noise reduction, smoothing out a great deal of fine detail. More on how we test noise.
The Sony NEX-F3 offers an ISO range of 200-16000, with options to manually set ISO in whole stops. You can also let the camera automatically decide an appropriate ISO level based on scene brightness, though the ISO range is limited in this mode to just 200-3200. ISO is buried in the menu a bit, but you can add it to the "custom" menu by going into the settings tab and assigning it to the center soft key in the middle of the rear control dial. This will let you access it by pressing that center button, without having to go into the main menu.