Sony launches ZV-E10 APS-C . camera ZV-1 Another form especially for vlogs. The new device is the first of the Alpha series and should record high performance in video and audio.
Heart of the ZV-E10 is a 24.2-megapixel Exmor CMOS APS-C sensor and BIONZ-X image processor, Sony reports. Together, they should ensure excellent images with high sensitivity, detailed representation of textures and beautiful, natural-looking bokeh.
In addition, according to Sony, the ZV-E10 provides several functions designed specifically for vlogging, and during The ZV-1 digital camera was very popular. This includes a special bokeh button with which the user can quickly switch between background blur and sharp background, as well as a product view function, where the camera automatically shifts the focus point from the vlogger’s face to the object it should be.
The ZV-E10 has a video-friendly design and is extremely light at around 343 grams, according to Sony. The camera has an LCD screen that can be opened on the side, which means that external microphones can easily be attached to the top of the camera. This simplifies processing and users can see the screen clearly in portrait mode and from high and low angles.
The new photo/movie/slow motion/time lapse button on top of the camera provides additional vlog functions, which can be used to switch the recording mode with one touch.
In addition, the new ZV-E10 offers 4K video recordings with QFHD 3840 x 2160 resolution and slow-motion recordings in high image quality with FHD at 120 frames per second. There is also electronic image stabilization with active mode, which ensures stable, blur-free video recordings even while walking and handheld recordings.
Auto exposure compensation
When taking pictures in different environments with strong changes in light, the ZV-E10 automatically corrects exposure so that the subject’s face is not overexposed or overexposed. A separate AE algorithm with face prioritization is used for this, enabling fast automatic exposure (AE) transitions.
According to Sony, the ZV-E10 can also be used as a webcam or live-streaming camera when connected to a computer or smartphone. The ZV-E10 supports USB camera standards such as UVC (USB Video Class) / UAC (USB Audio Class). Additionally, users can connect the ZV-E10 to a power source with a USB cable so they can stream for longer. For added convenience, the broadcast function can be assigned to a user defined button to start broadcasting immediately.
You can find the product video on Youtube here:
Sony’s new ZV-E10 will go on sale from August for 799 francs. A kit with Sony E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS Lens (SELP1650) costs 899 francs.
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