Introducing the Sony ZV-E10 II, an APS-C Vlog camera, a major upgrade with top-notch specs!

Sony, the studio for hard-working people, has launched a new camera for the Vlog group with the ZV-E10 II, an APS-C mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses. This time, it’s been greatly upgraded in every aspect. The new 26MP BSI CMOS sensor, like the older a6700 and FX30, supports 4K/60p 10-bit 4:2:2 video, plus a new battery that’s even more durable than before!

The core of this model is said to have been upgraded to compete with the older a6700 and FX30, the flagships on the APS-C side, with a 26MP APS-C Exmor R BSI CMOS sensor and a powerful Bionz XR processor chip that, in addition to helping to raise the quality of file content to be on par with the big boys. The focusing system has also been upgraded.


By looking at it, you can tell it’s the Vlog version of the a6700. Aside from the different body and lack of an electronic viewfinder (EVF), the ZV-E10 II will sample at 5.6K, not 6K like the a6700, with video at its maximum resolution. 4K/60p (1.1x crop) and full-screen 4K/30p without cropping


But the focusing system may still be a bit less good because the ZV-E10 II won’t have a separate AI processing chip like its older model. And there’s no body vibration protection, use active (digital) instead.


Additionally, this model has also been changed to use NP-FZ100 batteries, which are supposed to last longer than before. Including a CineVLog mode with a 1.35.1 aspect ratio that fixes the frame rate at 24p for a cinematic feel, including various color profiles such as S-Log and S-Cinetone.

It comes with a new kit lens, the E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS II, which has been improved for focusing while using the electric zoom function. The inclusion of fast focus up to 120fps for continuous shooting on the a9 III is still a good thing.

Sony ZV-E10 II Key Specifications

  • 26MP APS-C BSI CMOS Sensor
  • Uncropped 4K 30p video
  • 4K/60p (1.1x crop) upsampled from 5.6K
  • Supports 10-bit 4:2:2 video
  • S-Cinetone and Creative Look color profiles
  • Active vibration protection (digital)
  • Importing LUTs for S-Log3 can be used to preview, embed and add the video itself.
  • 3 microphone capsules with auto directional focus function
  • No mechanical shutter
  • Rotatable LCD screen with 1.04 million touch points
  • Bokeh mode button, the product displays a unique ZV series
  • There's a microphone, headphone jack, mini HDMI port, and USB-C jack.
  • Add front-end dial
  • User interface supports portrait orientation.
  • NP-FZ100 Battery
  • 1 SD UHS-I card slot
  • Body weight 377 grams
  • Available in black and white.
  • Mount E


The Sony ZV-E10 II body-only is priced at $999 (about 36,000 baht) and with the 16-50mm II Kit lens it's priced at $1,099 (about 40,000 baht).

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