Sony launches ZV-E10 vlogging camera with 24.2-megapixel sensor

Sony has recently launched the Sony ZV-E10 mirrorless camera in India. It is the second camera of the ZV-series after the Sony ZV-1, which was launched in 2020. This series camera is targeted towards video content creators, and by launching the Sony ZV-E10, the company has pumped up the concept of vlogging to next level. This is because the Sony AV-E10 displays various vlog-specific features. While some of the features have been acquired from Sony ZV-1, such as the Bokeh Switch button and Product Showcase setting, there are some new features as well enclosed in the Sony ZV-E10.

Unlike the ZV-1, this vlogging camera comes with interchangeable lens options. Now consumers can attach the company’s E-mount prime lens, telephoto lens, zoom lens, macro lens, ultra-wide lens, or fish-eye lens to the camera.

Sony ZV-E10 features a 3-inch side flip-out touchscreen LCD panel. It is armored with a 24.2-megapixel APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor. It can shoot 4K videos at 30fps, and Full HD videos up to 120fps. It comes with an 11fps continuous shooting supported by the camera. The real-time eye tracking feature works for both – animals and humans – while shooting images.

Sony ZV-E10 has a dedicated button to change between Slow and Quick mode, Photo and Video mode. This allows users to easily shoot slow motion videos without going into settings manually. A standard and active mode image stabilization is present in the camera for taking firm video footages.

One of the highlights of the latest vlogging camera is that users can livestream without any hassle. Users can livestream directly through the camera using the USB-C cable attached to their desktop, or a laptop. The camera also has headphone and microphone ports.

The camera comes in two colour variants – black and white. The white colour option is new and looks beautiful. The camera body is priced at Rs. 59,490 for body only and Rs. 69,990 with Sony E 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 PZ OSS lens.