The Sony ZV-E10 is an APS-C, E-mount interchangeable lens camera designed primarily for vlogging. It’s largely based on the company’s entry-level a6100, with a three-capsule microphone and fully articulating LCD display (and no electronic viewfinder) being the main cosmetic differences compared to the older model. It offers the same excellent autofocus system, image quality and performance as the a6100.
It inherits most of the software features from the ZV-1 compact vlogging camera, including the background blur and Product Showcase features, livestreaming capability and soft skin mode.
The ZV-E10 is priced at $699 body-only and $799 with the venerable 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 Power Zoom lens.
Now, let’s dive into the details about Sony’s first vlogging-centric ILC.