AOL. Awesome product and great value for the money.
1 week ago
Summary: I just like to try out new product. After I had used this product and test it and I like it. What I don't like this product is has no touch screen like the Canon had. This product is light weight and friendly use for picture mode or movie mode, I really like about the flick screen. Compare to other product. This product is much better than other with it price range.
Great in between camera (SLR vs. point and shoot) for kids, pets, sports, travel and every day life.
2 weeks ago
Summary: I have been a loyal Canon customer since the early 2000's. In no way am I a professional, but I do read up on tutorials and appreciate taking beautiful photos using what I've learned. I've owned a few Canon point and shoots, video cameras, the Canon Rebel XTI with several lenses, and most recently the Canon PowerShot S100 which I absolutely loved. The Rebel SLR was fun but became too much of a burden to carry around once the diaper bag and baby gear became priority.
Summary: Great little camera. I bought it for my wife but I think I am having more fun with it. It takes crystal clear pictures. I usually shoot in aperture control but have not taken it off auto and every picture has come out great. It actually does a better job than my Sony a550 in a lot of situations. Did I mention it's small; so easy to carry with you. Fun camera to own and at a great price.
Summary: This is the perfect travel camera for my needs. The lens is sharp, and the large sensor makes for good quality pictures. I shoot in RAW format, and use Lightroom 5 for processing. I am very happy with my choice.
Summary: The battery is really good, I use it a lot in battery save mode, and haven't charged for up to 3 days. The image quality is excellent, and the intelligent+ mode is like hiring a personal photographer. The flexible display it's great for selfies or group images, you put it anywhere and the camera do the rest, no need to setup or set timer. I got a monopod at the same time and helps to make the most of the camera.
It is the best Compact Mirrorless Camera in the range of $ 300
20 March 2014
Summary: The competitors in this price range are: - Panasonic Lumix GF3 is a rather outdated model and also has a smaller sensor than the APS- C ( has a worse performance in low light conditions , and have more distortion by adapting SLR lenses ) . - Samsung NX2000 that has touchscreen and several features to make editing and sharing photos over wi - fi , but the overall picture quality is worse . Furthermore , the camera with the kit lens is much more massive than the NEX -3N .
Summary: Great Camera! I put it on i-intelligent auto and it takes photos like a professional would! I am an amateur when it comes to photo taking and this camera is amazing. Worth the money. Disclaimer: This camera does not come with an SD card so make sure you buy that- because I didn't.