date of publication:
July 28, 2021 8:49 GMT
Update date: July 28, 2021 10:15 GMT
The Japanese company “Sony” launched the “ZV-E10” camcorder with an interchangeable lens, which was specially designed for vloggers. This camera comes one year after the launch of the “ZV-1” fixed-lens camera.
The camera is basically the same as the “Alpha 6400” with some features removed for simpler operation and for beginners, and some central features for vloggers.
In terms of specifications, the camera has the same 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor that Sony has been using in its a6000 series cameras for several years now, and is also capable of recording 4K videos at up to 30 frames per second. 4:2:0 8-bit rate.
The camera also supports shooting in profiles using “S-Log2”, “S-Log3” and “HLG” to capture a wider dynamic range. The tilting screen of the “a6400” has been replaced by a side hinged screen that flips and turns to the other direction. A simple switch to switch between still images, movies, and slow motion video mode, and the camera will not come with a flash.
The camera comes with a prominent video recording button at the top, making it easy to start recording, and you can now control zooming in and out on the lenses using the automatic zoom in and out mechanisms using a slide switch around the shutter button.
At the top, it features a large stereo microphone and you can also get a wind silencer, and it also contains ports dedicated to the microphone and headphones for monitoring, and the “microUSB” port in the “a6400” camera has been replaced by the “USB-C” port.
In terms of size, the camera is smaller than any of the “A6000” series cameras, weighing 343 grams, and lacking an electronic viewfinder, but it is Sony’s first mirrorless camera with a fully interchangeable screen, which is a basic requirement on any vlogger camera. These days.
As for battery life, Sony claims that you can shoot for 80 minutes on a single charge or take about 440 photos, and with the small body, it has a single “SD” card slot and only supports “UHS-I” speeds, not ideal for burst shooting, but good for rates Sony’s relatively low “XAVC” video data.
The ZV-E10 will be available in black or white by the end of August at a cost of $700 for the body without the lens, but if you want to get it with the powerful Sony 16-50mm zoom lens with 3.5/5.6mm aperture, it will cost 800 dollar.
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