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Sony ZV-E10 II price, specs and release date announced

Featuring cinematic vlog settings, 4K60p recording, and advanced AF capabilities.


Sony has introduced the ZV-E10 II, a powerful upgrade in the world of vlogging cameras. Boasting a 26MP Exmor R sensor and the latest generation BIONZ XR image processing engine, this camera is designed to meet the needs of modern content creators. With 6K oversampling, the ZV-E10 II delivers stunning 4K60p recording, ensuring high-quality video output that captures every detail.

One of the Sony ZV-E10 II’s standout features is its cinematic vlog settings. The camera includes Creative Look presets, allowing users to achieve professional-grade visuals directly in the camera. These presets, such as Film (FL), Instant (IN), Portrait (PT), Vivid (VV), and Soft Highkey (SH), provide versatile options for both stills and movies. Additionally, the camera supports S-Cinetone, S-Log3, and LUT import, offering advanced colour grading capabilities for serious videographers.

The ZV-E10 II is equipped with 4:2:2 10-bit recording, ensuring rich colour depth and flexibility in post-production. With 759 autofocus points covering 94% of the frame, the camera provides precise and reliable AF performance. The vertical UI and touch interface enhances usability, making it easier for creators to navigate settings on the fly.

The inclusion of the Z battery extends battery life, and the camera supports 4K30p and FHD60p streaming via USB-C. Improved connectivity with the Creators’ app simplifies sharing content and managing camera settings remotely.

Sony is also introducing a new kit lens with the ZV-E10 II, featuring advanced video capabilities. The APS-C standard power zoom lens ranges from 16mm to 50mm, offering greater versatility for entry-level vloggers and experienced users alike. This new lens, also available as a standalone product, includes image stabilization and enhanced tracking AF during zooming and continuous shooting at 120fps.

The APS-C Exmor R CMOS image sensor is a back-illuminated design, providing approximately 26.0 effective megapixels for stills and approximately 19.9 effective megapixels for movies. With high sensitivity and low noise, the sensor offers an impressive ISO range from 100 to 32000, expandable to 50 to 102400 for stills. This allows for excellent performance in a variety of lighting conditions.

Continuous shooting is another strength of the ZV-E10 II. Up to 11 fps in “Hi+” mode ensures that you never miss the most fleeting moments and expressions. The camera’s robust AF system maintains focus during high-speed shooting, making it ideal for capturing dynamic scenes.

Price and Availability

The Sony ZV-E10 II will be available for pre-order starting 10th July 2024, with sales commencing at the end of July 2024. The estimated retail price for the body only is €1100 / £950. The body, along with the new 16-50mm kit lens, will be priced at €1200 / £1050. This makes the ZV-E10 II a highly attractive option for vloggers and content creators looking for a versatile and powerful camera setup.


  1. 26MP Exmor R sensor
  2. BIONZ XR image processing engine
  3. 6K oversampling
  4. 4K60p recording
  5. Creative Look presets
  6. S-Cinetone and S-Log3 support
  7. 4:2:2 10-bit recording
  8. 759 AF points with 94% coverage
  9. Z battery for extended life
  10. 4K30p and FHD60p streaming via USB-C

For more details and to pre-order, visit the Sony website.

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9 days ago

Recent testing by some YouTube reviewers indicate some issues with thermals in outdoor conditions and video times over 13 minutes. Indoor studio its good for up to 18 minutes before it shuts down. Image stabilization is not IBIS and the implemented solution is not particularly good. Given the new iPhone 16 and Apples computational stabilization this will be a considerations

9 days ago

In Canada this Camera will retail for about $CDN1784 and with GST will be about $CDN2015. I can get a full frame Canon RP with kit lens 18-55 for about the same price and get full frame. I am hoping Canon tunes their R10 for a vlogging camera on their next Rev.