Along with the development of video-sharing platforms and the number of content creators today. The need for a camera that is practical for vlogging is also increasing. So don’t be surprised if professional camera manufacturers are also trying to bring a special camera for vloggers. Therefore, Sony released a new product called Sony ZV-E10 which excels in the video sector.
You could say, the Sony ZV-E10 comes as a mirrorless version or an APS-C camera. The Sony Alpha ZV-E10 is ideally designed for photo and video creators looking to transition to more sophisticated settings. Combine versatility and image quality with interchangeable lenses, larger sensors, and user-friendly features, said Kazuteru Makiyama, President Director of PT Sony Indonesia.
Sony ZV-E10 Has Many Special Video Features
Comes with a weight of about 340 grams, the body design is similar to the A6100 series, although there are adjustments here and there. There is a special light in front as a marker for the video process in progress. The Electronic Viewfinder (EvF) and the flash on the upper body have also been removed. Instead, there’s a Directional 3-Capsule superior microphone setup. Equipped with a windscreen, so you can record optimal sound without an external microphone. This camera has a separate microphone and headphone holes, perfect for those of you who want to make sure the audio output is the way you want it.
Between the two ports, there is a micro HDMI and USB-C port. The mode dial above is also adjusted, replaced with a simple button to change photo and video modes, a special red record button, and a zoom dial around the shutter button. As for other special features, namely automatic skin smoothing effect, Background Defocus mode, and Product Showcase. Plus it can be used as a webcam without an app, using plug-and-play UVC & UAC standards.
For sensor quality, this camera uses a 24.2MP sensor. This camera body does not have hardware-based stabilization, aka EIS only. If you want stability, make sure the lens you use supports OSS, considering that the lens can be changed according to taste. Maximum video recording can reach 4K to slow-motion 1080p 120fps, Real-time Eye Autofocus can work on human and animal subjects. While the video also supports touch tracking.
The touch screen design of the Sony ZV-E10 can be opened to the side and fully rotated. The battery performance of this camera is claimed to be able to record up to 125 minutes of video or 440 images. Of course, it supports WiFi connectivity to be connected to a smartphone. Comes in black and white color variants. The camera retails for $699 (body only) or $799 with a 16-50mm OSS kit.