Sony has released information that it has made its already-tiny NEX camera line even smaller. Dubbing its creation the "world's smallest interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sized sensor" the company has released the NEX-C3. The camera weighs six percent less than its predecessor at a miniscule eight ounces. Not only is the little camera small, but it packs a punch as well. It contains a 16.2 megapixel sensor and is capable of shooting 720p HD video. Along with this power the camera also has better battery life. The release date for the camera is mid-August, at which time it will be sold in silver, pink, and black, and will run $600 to $650 depending on which package is purchased.