Summary: I buy for your price and yours features. Is good quality for your price. I dislike your many features but it has the necesary for a standard. If you has the camera for job, have you need more accesories.
Summary: TLDR: a good camere for the price with some issues: I own this camera, and it's a real mixed bag. My primary use is pictures of my kids and typical tourist happy snaps: - Sony gimped the sensor by limiting the camera to 200 ISO. Other NEX models have a base ISO of 100.
Summary: I read about how the Nex-3N is much better than the Nex-F3, but I used both and that's not true. Both have about the same build quality. While the 16-50mm kit lens is smaller on the 3N, it yields very poor results in terms of resolution and colors. The 18-55mm kit lens on the F3 gives better detail.
Summary: THE GOOD: The NEX 3N is said to be the world's smallest camera based on the APS-C sensor, which is the second-largest sensor (about 16mm by 24mm) commonly found in mass-market cameras. The result is fine photo quality in a small package, with good high-ISO performance.
Summary: The camera is great at the price. But I'm surpised that Sony did not include a carry case or dust cover. Sony doesn;t even have one available to purchase independently. Good camera but poor in the peripherals.
Summary: Having used Sony Nex versions 3/5/7 this is a fine upgrade in regards to the power zoom, this make the camera so much easier to use and the new compact size is an advantage. However on the Nex 3 & 5 with the LCD screen only it represents a real weakness - in medium to bright light the screen image...
Summary: You might think "why worry about video on a still camera" but if you think that then you haven't been using some of the new Sony still cameras for video recently. Having a dedicated video camera makes very little sense unless you do nothing but video.