Sony ZV-E10 II camera officially announced

The previously rumored Sony ZV-E10 II camera is now officially announced with a new Sony E PZ 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 OSS II lens:

  • 759-point Focal Plane Phase-detection AF5 with Real-time Eye AF for Human/Animal/Bird and Real-time Tracking
  • Backside illuminated 26MP Exmor R CMOS sensor offering an ideal combination of high sensitivity and low noise with an ISO range from 100 to 320006
  • APS-C interchangeable lens camera compatible with over 70 Sony E-mount lenses
  • High-speed readout, 5.6K oversampling compresses a vast amount of information into stunning 4K footage at up to 60p7
  • Active Mode8 electronic image stabilization employs a precision gyroscope and advanced algorithm to accurately measure and compensate for camera shake, providing highly effective stabilization without sacrificing mobility, even when shooting 4K
  • Upgraded large-capacity Z battery (NP-FZ100), allowing continuous movie recording9 for up to 195 minutes per charge
  • 26 MP Back-Illuminated CMOS
  • 4K 60p oversampled from 6K
  • 4:2:2 10bit recording with S-Log3
  • Vertical UI and touchscreen
  • USB-C Streaming 4k 30p / FHD 60p
  • Improved digital stabilisation

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