Sony has announced a new APS-C camera format with the ZV-E10. Mirrorless, which is devoted to vloggers, has a larger sensor than the Sony ZV-1 (1 inch), so it is informed that it has more improvements when compared to the ZV-1.
The Z-E10 is informed that it takes many aspects of the mirrorless Alpha 6100 and reconfigures it to support video creation. One of the new modifications is the flexible hinge screen to make it easier to record yourself. No EVF makes the camera lighter and compact. There are also 3 microphones for recording audio without an external microphone.
Reporting from PetaPixel (July 28), the ZV-E01 carries the same 24.2 MP sensor as the a6100 sensor. This camera does not have in-body stabilization (IBIS), but it does have digital stabilization for video via a slight cropping method. The lens mount supports Sony E-mount lenses.
The ZV-E01 can record video at up to 4K 30p and performs slow motion in 1080p resolution at up to 120 fps. Both have a maximum bitrate of up to 100 Mbps. There’s also Real-time Eye AF, face detection, and touch tracking when shooting video. In photo mode, there is subject recognition for both humans and animals.
Some of the new support for vlogging is Variable Soft Skin, a background bokeh button for one-touch aperture changes, and a product view setting where the object closest to the camera will focus with a smooth transition.
This mirrorless camera runs on a Sony NP-FW50 battery, and connectivity options include a microphone jack, headphone jack, USB-C port for file transfer and charging, and an HDMI port. The price for the Sony ZV-E10 is USD 700. The price will be USD 800 if you buy it with the Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS kit lens.