Fashioned in 109.6(W)x60.0(H)x33.0(D)mm, 225g (body only) and featuring a 16MP Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor, Sony claimed the NEX-C3 is the smallest, lightest camera in the world with APS-C sized sensor. It makes the camera is easier to carry to every place you want to do a shooting with perfect result.
As it enables to roll with e-mount lenses, you can choose the right lens to match your shooting condition, just like a DSLR. For the best result, the camera also is coming with the powerful BIONZ processor, a 3.0-inch TFT Xtra Fine LCD with true black technology, and other favorite features, such: 3D Sweep Panorama, Live View, and Picture-Effect.
Compared to SLT-A35, the Sony NEX-C3 camera is having 1.5fps lower at maximum, 5.5fps. And It only captures HD 720p video record in MP4 format. However, if you like a small and light gadget, this one is your right camera. In addition, its battery boasts a good stamina to up 400 shots per charge. That is over 20% more powerful than its predecessor, NEX-3.
Sony NEX-C3 camera is expected to hit market in August 2011. No official announcement yet about its price. Based on the NEX-3, this new camera is going to be available in around $799.99 (the model is not included). [Dandy Gadget Source]