The new a3000 lets you take professional-looking 20 megapixel photos effortlessly. Unlock your artsy side the easy way and shoot stunning, frame-worthy images and HD video with small-camera simplicity. Best of all, cant-miss moments and fast-action shots are captured with DSLR quality and speed - all in a lightweight camera youll want to take everywhere. -20.1 MP Exmor APS-C sensor for great images -Light body and dependable grip for worry-free shooting -Full HD video recording for capturing lifes moments -Up to ISO 16000 sensitivity with advanced noise reduction -Fast 3.5 frames per second shooting for life in action -Never miss the moment with quick AF response in Live View -Unlimited creativity with 11 built-in Picture Effects -Bright QVGA LCD eye-level viewfinder with 100% coverage -Multi-Interface Accessory Shoe for system accessories -Expanded E mount lens line-up extends your reach 20.1 MP APS-C size HD image sensor The same sensor format that Sony builds into the full-sized a DSLRs. With 13 times the area of the typical point-and-shoot image sensor, APS-C sensor size makes the difference between snapshots and photographs, delivering an exceptional combination of high resolution, high sensitivity and gorgeous, blurred backgrounds. Light body and dependable grip A newly developed grip that enables users to hold the camera more securely for worry-free shooting. Perfect for on-the-go shooting with ease and comfort. Full HD Movies at 60i and 24p Capture HD Movies in your choice of standard 60i or cinematic 24p, all at Full HD 1920x1080 resolution. AVCHD codec delivers stunning picture quality. MP4 codec offers smaller files for easier upload to the web. Up to ISO 16000 sensitivity with advanced noise r
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