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Sony Alpha ZV-E1 Full-Frame Interchangeable Lens Mirrorless Vlog Camera with 28-60mm Lens – Black Body

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The ZV-E1 is Sony’s first vlog camera with a Full-frame 12.1 MP1 Exmor R image sensor that is optimized for 4K and delivers 15+ stops of latitude, low noise, high sensitivity, and gorgeous full-frame bokeh. It can record 4K movies with direct pixel readout and 10-bitdepth and 4:2:2 color sampling using Long GOP or All Intra compression, making it possible to grade for fuller, more natural gradations while generally providing greater editing freedom. Cinematic Vlog Setting provides an intuitive way to create scenes that look like feature movies. By choosing a Look, Mood and AF transition speed, anyone can create cinematic vlog footage that ideally matches the scene and creative intent. The Cinematic Vlog Setting includes “Look” options such as S-Cinetone that can enhance skin tones, “Mood” options that can emphasize specific colours, and the AF transition speed that determines how quickly autofocus will switch between subjects. New features such as AI-based Auto Framing, Framing Stabilizer, and Multiple Face Recognition join the popular features enjoyed in other Sony ZV cameras, like Product Showcase setting and Background Bokeh Control, to delivery Sony’s most powerful and refined ILC camera for content creators who desire to record and create content of the highest quality.
10-bit 4:2:2 recording with direct pixel readout, Long GOP or All Intra formats
Create memorable imagery with ease with Cinematic Vlog Setting
Dedicated AI Processor and Real-time Recognition for accurate subject tracking
5-axis in-body image stabilization and Dynamic active Mode for stable recording


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