Capture more of your world
Choose how you see the world, and pick the lens that matches your style
Choose just the right lens from Sony's extensive range of E-mount lenses, and bring your vlog to the next level with stunning and unique imagery. Incorporate background scenery into your script with a wide-angle lens, or make the subject grab the viewer's attention by using a fixed focal length lens with an artfully blurred background. Move in closer with a macro lens or pull in distant scenes with a telephoto lens.
A large-format image sensor for professional-quality images
The ZV-E10's impressive images are the result of the camera's large APS-C sized image sensor. Compared to a smartphone camera, the image sensor of the ZV-E10 is more than ten times bigger, allowing for beautiful, professional-looking images with high resolution and intricate detail.
Efficient light collection for high-quality images with minimal noise
The ZV-E10's large-format image sensor is designed to maximise light collection, producing 4K movies with high-quality images with less noise even when you're shooting in a dimly lit setting.
Instant access to control buttons
When you're shooting a vlog session the last thing you want to do is fumble for buttons. With the ZV-E10 you'll find the MOVIE button right on top, for quick access. There's also a handy zoom lever, and a Still/Movie/S&Q button that lets you easily switch between still images, normal videos and Slow & Quick Motion modes.
Designed for easy selfie and vlog shoots
Weighing in at just 364 grams (12.8 ounces), the ZV-E10 is ready to hit the road with you whenever you’re ready to vlog. The side-opening vari-angle LCD screen makes it easy to take selfies and check your framing, even when you're shooting from high or low positions, and the ergonomic grip is designed for a safe and stable hold.
4K video with oversampling for greater detail
The camera's internal 4K video recordings are made using a full-pixel readout from the sensor, allowing the collection of approximately 2.4 times as much data as is required for 4K (roughly equivalent to 6K). This oversampling means that the recorded footage has more visual data condensed into every frame, resulting in remarkably detailed video imagery. (A) 2.4 times information