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Yeah i saw the review on nex-5n it sounds very good. I might decide to get that when it release. Sony also announced a few additional lenses for this type and mount for other lenses.
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i dont think the new lenses should really affect your decision. the new 24/1.8 zeiss is very very interesting and i would assuming a very nice lens. problem is most amateur will get put off by its price tag ($999 msrp).

the LE-EA2 is also interesting but probably for someone like me which already have alpha mount lenses, plus its 400 msrp is also a bit high unless you have quite a bit of lenses.
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