Camera Review: Sony Mirrorless NEX-7 Mirrorless Camera Sony NEX-7 is quite cheap and affordable. NEX-7 camera will be in the review this time is different from the others because of the NEX series Sony accidentally release this product to target the advanced fotografer. By targeting the advanced photographer it can be ascertained that the sophistication and variety of features that have certainly also a bit much on top of the other NEX cameras. 

The first thing that can be seen from this camera is APS-C CMOS sensor with 24 megapixels, it is equivalent to that of the SLT-A77 camera that makes it possible to do video recording full HD 1080 / 60p. Next is already integrated EVF that has been compressed in such a way that can be embedded in a compact body fits in the NEX-7 (this is the same as the SLT-A77). With 2.4 million dot OLED unit is the highest resolution that has never existed on a stills camera, and has an eye sensor for automatic switching with the rear LCD. And last but not least is the addition of a built-in flash and Alpha-type hotshoe. 

The NEX-7 also expands some of the user interface to facilitate the user, it includes the addition of two dial on the top plate which can be used to control a variety of functions, coupled with a very convenient button located next to the shutter release which can be rotated to explore each function. In the back there are three buttons that are familiar to the NEX camera is still maintained. The result is a Triple-dial-control interface makes the camera the NEX-7 is an interchangeable-lens digital camera first in normal use get a dedicated dial to control each of the main exposure parameters (such as shutter speed, aperture and ISO in manual mode). 

It is also new in the NEX line of cameras is the use of (optional) electronic first curtain. In other words, the camera no longer have to close the shutter then open it again to start the exposure, and according to Sony it is able to reduce the shutter lag from 100ms to just 20ms. It is also not a technology that is completely new Canon DSLR live view which has been used since the EOS 40D in 2007, but Sony themselves are very welcome to implement the NEX-7 mirrorless camera