Sony launches ZV-E10 interchangeable-lens camera for vloggers

Sony has unveiled the ZV-E10 interchangeable-lens camera that targets vloggers and comes at a starting price of $700. The ZV-E10 features a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, the same sensor that was introduced in the a6000 series, and the ZV-E10 supports 4K video recording at 30 frames per second, with 4:2:0 8-bit depth.

The ZV-E10 camera also supports S-Log2, S-Log3, and HLG format photography, with wide dynamic frame photography. The camera also includes a screen hanging with side dividers, which supports touch and also supports rotation for selfie shooting, and supports the camera with a viewfinder, where the camera does not include a viewfinder electronic.

The ZV-E10 also features a dial mode, to support switching between video modes, still, images, slow-motion shooting, and video mode, and the flash has been removed.

The camera also comes with a button at the top for video recording, to support the smooth start of recording, the camera also comes with a front light that reveals the operation of the camera with a red ring surrounding the viewfinder.

The camera also supports controlling the zoom in and out feature via a sliding button around the shutter button, and the ZV-E10 includes a large stereo microphone at the top, with a wind silencer in the box content.

The ZV-E10 comes with microphone and speaker ports, with a USB-C port, and the camera is scheduled to be available at the end of August at a starting price of $700.

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