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The NEX-5R instead is being targeted at a different level of advanced enthusiast. If the NEX 6 is for those with a bit more in their coffers, then the 5R is the budget friendly version for the person that will absolutely never use a flash or any sort of hot shoe accessory. We came to this conclusion after observing the fact that the 5R still retains the older NEX style proprietary hot shoe.The NEX-5R houses a brand new 16.1 MP sensor developed with Hybrid AF (the ability to use by Phase Detection and Contrast Detection autofocusing) and better high ISO results in mind. The 5R retains the flip-up screen that its predecessor had, but this time it also slides up and down a bit more for a better view in compromising angles. It also still includes HD video recording at 60i, 60p (which looks beautiful when slowed down) and 24p. But perhaps the biggest change has to do with the inclusion of built-in Wi-Fi and upgradable Sony Play Memory apps.The NEX-5R can wirelessly transfer videos or photos to a mobile device (Android or iOS). Using its own Ad Hoc router, your device will connect to the camera and the units will talk to each other. Sound familiar? This technology was first incorporated into Eye-Fi Pro X2 cards--but Sony's interface is simpler to use and should provide consumers with a much more seamless workflow.Read our Full Review of the Sony NEX-5R
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