updated 08:10 am EST, Mon February 18, 2013
NEX-3N has extra zoom lever near shutter, 16.1MP sensor
Press images for two upcoming Sony cameras have apparently leaked online. The new photographs for the Sony NEX-3N show more of the camera off compared to the previously leaked image, and is joined by similar images for the Sony A58, with both cameras said to be revealed at a press conference on the 20th of February.
As rumored previously, the Sony NEX-3N is said to house a 16.1-megapixel APS-C sensor similar to the NEX-F3, would be capable of using Sony 16-50mm PX and 18-200mm PZ lenses, keeps an integrated flash, and will also have a zoom lever near the shutter button, as seen in the Digicam Info images.
The A58, aimed more towards professional photographers, will apparently have a 20-megapixel sensor capable of 8fps shooting, according to a source of Sony Alpha Rumors. While the body will remain the same size as the A57, it will have a new focussing system, and while it will have the capability for remote control through a computer, it will not have Wi-Fi. It is suggested to have a $600 pricetag for the body alone.