Japanese manufacturer Sony unveiled on Tuesday (26) a new camera model, fully focused on vloggers and content creators in general. This is the ZV-1, which aims to combine modern technological resources with great ease of use.
The company’s objective is not only to place a compact and cutting-edge equipment on the market, but also to offer a quality solution with 4K recording for the audience that always dreamed of being youtuber.
Inside, the camera features an Exmor RS sensor with a built-in DRAM chip and a 24-70mm Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T lens and F1.8 to F2.8. With it, it is possible not only to enlarge the framing angle, but also to blur the background and configure an advanced autofocus that tracks and tracks moving objects. If the highlight of the video is a person who is close to the lens, you can configure the camera to prioritize the exposure on your face and also optimize any screen shots.
The BIONZ X image processor guarantees higher image resolution even in low-light environments and the small attached LCD screen helps you make recordings in selfie mode – this is the brand’s first compact model with this option. The audio is guaranteed by proprietary Sony technologies, including a microphone that prioritizes the capture of sounds coming from the front of the device and a protector that reduces noise due to the wind.
In addition, the device also has a rod that makes it easy to use in external or self-recordings, but you can exchange it for a tripod that guarantees image stability.
The ZV-1 is now available for reservations and costs US $ 799 (R $ 4.2 thousand in direct currency conversion). The camera has a small discount for those who pre-purchase the device before the end of June this year. Shipments begin July 11 in the United States and Canada, with no further information on availability in other regions.