Sony launches ZV-E10 camera for vloggers
Sony launches ZV-E10 camera for vloggers

Sony has announced the ZV-E10, an interchangeable-lens APS-C camera that the company hopes will meet the needs of vloggers.

The camera bundles many of the ZV-1's fixed-lens functions into a larger sensor format, including focus shortcuts and exposure settings that vloggers may need for quick access.

As a larger camera, the ZV-1 also has some important functions that the ZV-1 doesn't, such as headphone connectivity, longer battery life, and larger sensors that offer greater flexibility in terms of depth of field.

While the ZV-E10 fixes many of the ZV-1's complaints, the ZV-1 still has a function the new camera doesn't: hardware-based image stabilization.

The ZV-1 lens has an integrated stabilization function. But the ZV-E10 provides only electronic stability. It can also store gyroscope sensor data in metadata for use in post-processing applications.

The ZV-E10 has a 24.2 megapixel sensor with a native ISO range of 100 to 32000. The ZV-1 cameras and the latest Sony interchangeable-lens cameras offer eye tracking and autofocus.

Also includes a bokeh toggle mode useful for ZV-1 vloggers that can change the aperture to darken or focus the background.

In addition, there is a Product View mode to apply the AF settings that are most convenient for viewing the product through the camera.

Sony announces a camera for vloggers

In addition, the camera has a fully rotatable touch screen for easy operation from the front of the lens.

4K videos are recorded at 30 frames per second. It contains mixed Log-Gamma, S-Log2, and S-Log3 profiles for photographers who want to encode images after they've been taken. You can record 1080p slow motion footage at 120 frames per second.

The camera includes a microphone, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a built-in 3-way microphone, and a windshield.

Android 11 phones support USB live streaming, but iOS devices don't support it yet.

The company stated that the ZV-E10 can record up to 80 minutes of video on a single charge. That's nearly double the ZV-1's 45-minute recording time.

Sony will launch the ZV-E10 in August, priced at $699 for the body and $799 for the 16-50mm lens.

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