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    APS-C (22.2 x 14.8 mm)
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    24.2 megapixels
    Standardized Video Resolution
    4K (2160p)

Sony - Alpha ZV-E10 Kit Mirrorless Vlog Camera with 16-50mm Lens - White

Model:ILCZVE10L/W
SKU:6473809
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  • Rated 3 out of 5 stars

    Its a 2019 Camera in 2022

    I don't get the huge number of positive reviews on this except to note that they are massively "tech insider" program reviews. This is a very average camera. It has an old sensor used for a long time on Sony cameras. It has a very old and low quality screen. It has an old battery that isn't very well suited for a video oriented camera - it would be well suited for a photo-focused camera. It has an old menu system that doesn't even support touchscreen use. The only touchscreen functionality I could get working was touch to focus. Anywhere else it doesn't work. The onboard stabilization is weak in that it adds a massive crop to smooth out video. Meanwhile cheaper action cameras can get better stabilization from <10% crop. I'm guessing because the processor is too weak (probably also old tech). I am coming from a Samsung NX500 camera from 2016 and that thing had a better resolution OLED screen and proper touchscreen operation. It also had a 28mp sensor that was also fast with great colors. If that NX500 didn't break I would return this in a second because this is 2x the price. I just find it hard to believe people are OK with this price and performance in 2022. The market is so stagnant that this is acceptable? In 2022 we should have GPS on board without installing an app on my phone and doing a clunky connection every time I want to geo tag photos. We should have a working touchscreen. We should have an OLED if there is no view-finder. So with the cons out of the way.. I will say the camera is fast and auto focus is great. The lens selection is OK, I ended up buying the Sony 10-18mm because of the huge crop on image stabilization, but the aperture on that lens at F4 is not great for video. I mostly use the Sigma 16mm and Sony 50mm and 36mm lenses. One feature I love about this camera is the gyro data. Using Sony's catalyst browse software you get a really smooth video with very little crop - unlike the onboard stabilization. I found the on-board mic to be useless but thankfully Sony makes a very expensive hotshoe mic that is cable free and sounds amazing. The ECM-B1M is a must have if you buy this. In summary, I've gotten some great family videos out of it thanks to the Sony 50mm and Sigma 16mm lens and the Sony microphone. I also use the Ronin SC-1 gimbal which handles the weight perfectly even with a cell phone mounted on top. I would still recommend this camera, because alternatives are similar in being dated and stagnant. If Samsung was in the game still I think we would be in an entirely different landscape on this size camera because in 6 years they for sure would have added the gyro stabilization and a mic input and that alone would make it better than this for the sensor and OLED.

    Posted by MtnXfreeride

  • Rated 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for blogs and photos