Sony ZV-E10 camera

(12 customer reviews)
  • 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor
  • UHD 4K30p and Full HD 120p Video
  • 3.0″ Side Flip-Out Touchscreen LCD
  • 425-Point Fast Hybrid AF
  • Up to 11-fps Shooting, ISO 100-32000
  • Real-Time Eye AF and Tracking
  • Background Defocus & Face Priority AE
  • Directional 3-Capsule Mic and Windscreen
  • Headphone and Microphone Ports

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Perfect for vloggers, the Sony ZV-E10 pairs a large APS-C sensor and mirrorless versatility with a specialized feature-set built just for content creators. Improving upon the ubiquitous smartphone, the ZV-E10 is an Alpha camera that brings improved image quality, greater choice of lenses, and increased control to up your creativity when shooting.

Taking a concept that originated with the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 is the mirrorless continuation of this idea of a camera built around the concept of vlogging. It’s a highly capable and portable camera but incorporates a series of design choices and shooting modes that are ideal for single-person productions. A vari-angle screen lets you accurately frame up shots, the integrated directional mic is purpose-built for recording more accurate sound from front-facing subjects, and shooting modes like Background Defocus and Product Showcase help you highlight specific subjects with ease.

In terms of specs, the ZV-E10 revolves around a 24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS sensor, which enables UHD 4K video recording up to 30p, Full HD recording at 120p, and stills shooting up to 11 fps. Sensitivity ranges from 100-32000 for working in a variety of lighting conditions and the sensor’s design also integrates a 425-point Fast Hybrid AF system for accurate tracking and detection of subjects.

The body design is reminiscent of Sony’s other Alpha E-mount cameras and features an intuitive control layout along with the functional 3.0″ vari-angle touchscreen LCD for intuitive settings control and framing. With audio being a main concern of vlogging and creative content, the ZV-E10 focuses on this aspect of recording by including a 3-capsule directional mic into the camera design as well as incorporating both 3.5mm mic and headphone ports and having the top Multi Interface shoe support a digital audio interface for improved audio quality.

Vlogging Features

Optimized Camera Design

  • Rear 3.0″ 921.6k-dot touchscreen LCD features a side flip-out design that is ideal for filming yourself or taking selfies in a natural and intuitive manner.
  • Side-opening screen allows for a redesigned top plate, which incorporates a directional 3-capsule microphone that is specifically designed for forward-directional audio recording. Also, a dedicated wind screen for the built-in mic is included to help achieve cleaner audio when working outdoors.
  • Both 3.5mm microphone and headphone ports are also featured for more advanced audio recording, and the Multi Interface Shoe also benefits audio recording capabilities. This accessory shoe supports a digital audio interface that helps to achieve lower noise during recording and also eliminates cable clutter and the need for external power when working with compatible shoe-mounted mics.
  • Front tally lamp serves as a visual indicator for when recording is occurring. Also, the LCD can display a red border frame to further serve as an additional recording indicator.
  • Live streaming is possible directly from the camera simply by connecting the camera to a computer or compatible mobile device via USB, allowing the camera’s video and audio capabilities to be used for live social media and video conferencing. UVC and UAC standards are supported for improved picture and sound quality during streaming.

Specialized Shooting Modes

  • Product Showcase setting is ideal for vlogging and product review or demonstration videos and allows for quick and smooth focus transitions between a subject’s face and an object placed in front of the lens.
  • Background Defocus lets you immediately switch to the maximum aperture setting of the attached lens, using a custom button function, for isolating your subject using shallow depth of field and bokeh.
  • Face-Priority AE detects the subject’s face and adjusts the exposure to ensure the face is depicted in an ideal brightness, even if walking from a bright place into shade. The AE technology also suppresses abrupt changes in exposure if the subject quickly turns away from the frame to eliminate unexpected blown-out or extremely dark shots.
  • Refined color science helps to optimize skin tones for any subject, in both still and video modes, in order to achieve a healthy and natural look that is inclusive of different ages, genders, and ethnicity.
  • Soft Skin Effect can be used to soften and smooth wrinkles or blemishes on a subject’s face to create a natural, smooth complexion. The default setting is Mid and can be adjusted to Off, Low, or Hi. For longer takes, extended continuous video recording is available when setting the Auto Power OFF Temp. function to High.
  • Movie footage can be tagged with specific metadata to indicate vertical recording orientation for direct playback in smartphone apps or for other instances when vertical video playback is needed.
  • Active SteadyShot is an advanced image stabilization mode that ensures steady video while moving, even when handheld shooting while walking.

Image Quality, Autofocus, and 4K Video

24.2MP APS-C Exmor CMOS Sensor and BIONZ X Processor

  • A revised APS-C-format 24.2MP Exmor CMOS sensor realizes smooth, nuanced image quality with minimal noise and high sensitivity from ISO 100-32000, which can further be expanded to ISO 51200 for working in low-light conditions.
  • The sensor dimensions are approximately 3x larger than a 1″ sensor, and up to 10x larger than some smartphone sensors, enabling greater sensitivity, reduced noise, and improved control over depth of field.
  • The sensor and BIONZ X processor combination also avails a top continuous-shooting rate of 11 fps with AF and AE and permits 14-bit raw file output for a wide tonal and color scale.

425-Point Fast Hybrid AF

  • The sensor’s design incorporates a 425-point Fast Hybrid AF system, which blends both phase-detection and contrast-detection methods to achieve focusing performance that is fast, natural, and accurate.
  • The on-chip focusing system covers 84% of the sensor field and is capable of achieving focus in as little as 0.02 sec.
  • Real-time Eye AF can prioritize focusing on human or animal eyes for ensured sharpness when making portraits. When selected, this function is activated by half-pressing the shutter button and you can further choose to prioritize either the right or left eye.
  • Real-time tracking utilizes AI-based algorithms to automatically recognize and track moving subjects. If Face/Eye Priority AF is on, this tracking method will further track a subject’s eye or face in real time with seamless changing depending on the status of the moving subject.

4K Video Recording

  • UHD 4K video recording is possible up to 30p and uses full pixel readout with 6K oversampling to yield greater detail with reduced moiré and aliasing. Full HD 1080p recording is also supported in frame rates up to 120 fps, and both resolutions utilize the 100 Mb/s XAVC S format contained within an MP4 wrapper with 4:2:0 sampling. In addition to high-resolution internal recording, uncompressed HDMI output also enables the use of an optional external recorder for clean 4K recording with 4:2:2 sampling.
  • Slow & Quick (S&Q) mode allows shooters to capture Full HD video at specified steps between 1-120 fps. These settings will allow you to slow down action as well as speed up a slow-moving scene.
  • No recording limit for movie recording, allowing for longer takes and uninterrupted shooting of live events.
  • Affording extensive customizable color and gamma controls, the ZV-E10 allows users to adjust the gamma, black level, knee, color level, and more. Use the same S-Log2 Gamma Curve that is found on high-end Sony Cinema cameras, which squeezes up to 1300% more dynamic range into the video signal then traditional Rec. 709, for increased post-production flexibility. HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) support is also available, along with the BT.2020 color space, for recording within a wide color gamut and, in addition to S-Log2, S-Log3 is also available for producing an effective 14-stop dynamic range with increased grading control in the shadow to mid-tone regions of the image.
  • Interval shooting mode is ideal for creating time-lapse movies with the aid of Imaging Edge software. Intervals can be selected between 1-60 seconds for recording up to 9999 sequential free. Also, in-camera battery charging is possible via the USB port using a portable battery to benefit long interval shooting sessions.

Physical Design and Wireless Connectivity

Camera Body Design

  • Built for portable applications and one-handed use, the camera incorporates a large right-hand grip and intuitive physical control layout.
  • Grip design, along with the vari-angle LCD, also suits working from front-facing angles, such as when vlogging or taking selfies.
  • Integrated zoom lever surrounds the shutter button and works in conjunction with select Power Zoom lenses.
  • Vari-angle screen can be closed against the body, with the screen facing inward, to automatically power off the camera even when the power switch is set to ‘On’.
  • Dedicated Movie Record, Background Defocus, Product Showcase, and S&Q buttons provide direct access to common features used by vloggers.
  • Included NP-FW50 battery is rated for up to 440 shots or approximately 125 minutes of recording per charge. Power can also be supplied to the camera through the USB Type-C port or by using the optional AC-PW20AM AC adapter.

Wireless and Sharing

  • Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity enables instant transferring of imagery to mobile devices for direct sharing online to social networking, via email, and to cloud storage sites. Once connected, the linked mobile device can also display a live view image on its screen and, using Smart Remote Control, remotely control the camera’s shutter release.
  • The ZV-E10 is also compatible with the Movie Edit add-on from the Imaging Edge mobile app.
  • Bluetooth connectivity enables connecting to the optional GP-VPT2BT Wireless Shooting Grip for efficient camera control.
SKU: CAM-SON-ZV-E10 Categories: , GTIN: 5013493418318
Weight 830 g
Dimensions 15.8 × 14.5 × 11.5 cm

Lens Mount Sony E
Sensor Type 23.5 x 15.6 mm (APS-C) CMOS
Sensor Resolution Actual: 25 Megapixel
Effective: 24.2 Megapixel (6000 x 4000)
Crop Factor 1.5x
Aspect Ratio 1:1, 3:2, 4:3, 16:9
Image File Format JPEG, Raw
Bit Depth 14-Bit
Image Stabilization Digital (Video Only)
Exposure Control
ISO Sensitivity Auto, 100 to 32000 (Extended: 50 to 51200)
Shutter Speed Mechanical Shutter
1/4000 to 30 Second
Bulb Mode
1/4000 to 1/4 Second in Movie Mode
Metering Method Center-Weighted Average, Multi-Zone, Spot
Exposure Modes Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority
Exposure Compensation -5 to +5 EV (1/3, 1/2 EV Steps)
Metering Range -2 to 20 EV
White Balance Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature Filter, Custom, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent (Cool White), Fluorescent (Day White), Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Warm White), Incandescent, Shade, Underwater
Continuous Shooting Up to 11 fps at 24.2 MP for up to 116 Frames (JPEG) / 46 Frames (Raw)
Interval Recording Yes
Self-Timer 2/5/10-Second Delay
Recording Modes XAVC S 4:2:0 8-Bit
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 24.00p/25p/29.97p [60 to 100 Mb/s]
Full HD (1920 x 1080) at 23.976p/25p/29.97p/50p/59.94p/100p/119.88p [16 to 100 Mb/s]
External Recording Modes 4:2:2 8-Bit
UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) up to 29.97p
Recording Limit Unlimited for UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) at 29.97p
Video Encoding NTSC/PAL
Audio Recording Built-In Microphone (Stereo)
External Microphone Input (Stereo)
Audio File Format Linear PCM (Stereo)
Live Streaming Yes
Webcam Functionality Yes
Focus Type Auto and Manual Focus
Focus Mode Automatic (A), Continuous-Servo AF (C), Direct Manual Focus (DMF), Manual Focus (M), Single-Servo AF (S)
Autofocus Points Phase Detection: 425
Contrast Detection: 425
Autofocus Sensitivity -3 to +20 EV
Size 3.0″
Resolution 921,600 Dot
Display Type Articulating Touchscreen LCD
Built-In Flash No
Flash Modes Auto, Fill Flash, Off, Rear Sync, Slow Sync
Maximum Sync Speed 1/160 Second
Flash Compensation -3 to +3 EV (1/3 EV Steps)
Dedicated Flash System TTL
External Flash Connection Hot Shoe
Media/Memory Card Slot Single Slot: SD/SDHC/SDXC/Memory Stick Duo Hybrid (UHS-I)
Connectivity 3.5mm Microphone, 3.5mm Headphone, USB Type-C (USB 3.1), HDMI D (Micro)
Wireless Wi-Fi
Operating Temperature 32 to 104°F / 0 to 40°C
Battery 1 x NP-FW50 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion, 7.2 VDC, 1080 mAh (Approx. 440 Shots)
Dimensions (W x H x D) 4.5 x 2.5 x 1.8″ / 115.2 x 64.2 x 44.8 mm
Weight 12.1 oz / 343 g (Body with Battery and Memory)
Packaging Info
Package Weight 1.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.6 x 5.6 x 4.5″

Based on 12 reviews

4.7 overall

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  1. Aleksandrs Lubinskis

    Very good camera for stream.

    Aleksandrs Lubinskis

  2. Pah

    Brilliant little YouTube friendly camera for talking head videos

    I was recommended this by many on YouTube and with sigma 1.4 lens it does not disappoint 


  3. JK.Chan

    Probably the best budget camera

    The lack of an evf is quite annoying (though the flip out screen is great and it’s mostly visible in direct sunlight). I am unable to use the camera to upgrade my lens’ firmware, which is kinda annoying since the lens I have really needs the new firmware for it’s improved AF. As a vlog camera, it’s amazing. Light and easy to use. Plug and play for use as a webcam is a great feature too. For the price I think it’s the best camera you can get. 


  4. Sky

    Possibly the best value I’ve ever seen in a camera!

    I’m already past the amount of time I have to write this review and really feel like I haven’t had enough time to use this camera to its fullest so I will be editing this review over the next few months.Right out of the box I knew this was a very high quality product, It’s not heavy but still feels extremely well made and sturdy, at first I was worried about taking care of the screen but luckily since it flips around there’s no way it’ll get scratched when not in use as long as I put it away properly, my 1300D screen is always exposed and that bothered me a lot.Speaking of the screen, WOW, it is so good! It is definitely the best screen I have seen on a handheld device, absolutely perfect for looking over your photos and videos before you get the chance to move them over to your computer, I often video myself opening products at my table, before when I used to use my 1300D or my phone I wouldn’t be able to see the screen while recording, on this camera I can and it allows me to see the audio levels so I know for certain my voice is being recorded.The screen also has touch, there’s 3 options in the settings for the touchscreen, “Shutter, Focus, and Tracking”, mine was set to tracking by default but I have changed it to focus, I don’t use it much though since I don’t want to get the screen all nasty.There is a built in mic with this and it is actually pretty good, it does pick up a lot of noise around it which is what I like when in a quiet area, but when I’m out n about I sometimes want just my voice to be heard, luckily there is a microphone port hidden on the side just behind the screen, plug a lav mic into there and you’re good to go, if you’re not using the built in mic you can also shove a rode wireless go on the top instead of the wind filter.Taking videos on this is a great experience, and so intuitive, with the included lens there’s multiple ways to zoom, you can use the wheel on the lens itself or you can use the little nub near the shutter button, using the nub allows me to have a really smooth zoom and that makes recording videos a lot easier to get right, on top of that this camera has smoothing which does crop quite a lot out but I personally think it’s worth it to remove the extreme amount of shaking these cameras give.There are multiple options for taking videos, 4K and 1080p both with Sony’s own XAVC format, with HD there’s 6 options from 25fps 16Mb/s all the way up to 100fps 100Mb/s, with 4K you only get 2 options, 25fps 60Mb/s and 25fps 100Mb/s, you can get the fps higher by setting the camera to NTSC mode but I personally just use PAL to avoid any issues. If you want to use the 100Mb/s modes you will need a fancy (and expensive) UHS-I U3 or UHS-II U3 SD card, I don’t have one of these so didn’t get to use the 100Mb/s modes but I am perfectly fine with 50.This camera has a slow mo mode if you couldn’t tell by the high FPS options, 100fps (or 120 in NTSC mode) will allow you to get 4 times slow motion, I used it a bit and it’s cool but I don’t really have a use for it personally, I can see it being super useful for some kinds of filming though.If you want to change up the look of your video there’s a few built in effects that you can add straight to the recording, no messing around in after effects needed, I really like the “Retro Photo” effect, it adds some heavy noise and makes it a little more saturated which really does pull off the style quite well, I like to use it when recording my synthesizer playing since that’s usually got a retro feel to it.A feature I really like about this camera is the “Proxy Recording” option, it records 2 separate files, one at full quality and another at a low bitrate, this is super useful to me since it saves time in editing, no need to render your own proxy when the camera can just do it for you.There’s another cool function that allows you to send your photos over to your phone wirelessly, this comes in handy when I want to take a photo and quickly send it to a friend or something although I mostly just use my phone’s built in camera for that.The amount of customisation on this camera really is awesome, you can change just about everything to your liking, if you get this definitely have a go through the settings and change it all up to what you feel most happy with, it’s definitely worth it.A pretty big feature for this camera is the changeable lenses, this isn’t something you usually find on video cameras in this price range, sadly I don’t have any sony lenses (or the money to buy one) so can’t say much about using this with different lenses, but it’s a very cool feature even if you don’t plan on using it day one.As a vlog camera I’d say it does pretty well, the mic picks up quite a lot so this plus a lavalier mic and a grip should do perfectly for vlogging, I’m not a vlogger myself though so can’t say what would make a camera better for that kind of video.On the side there are 4 ports, USB-C, Micro-HDMI, audio out, and audio in, the USB C port is where you charge the camera and transfer videos, I am extremely happy that this charges over USB C, my previous camera used battery packs and it was a massive pain charging those separately and then having to carry with me, with this camera I can just use my phone charger.The audio out port can be used with headphones or earbuds for monitoring the sound, I used this a few times but usually I just rely on the meters that show on screen while recording to tell if it can hear my voice.If you want to go beyond the built in screen you can connect the camera to a computer using USB-C and use the “Imaging Edge” software to control your camera remotely, it has all of the controls you need to use your camera and get a good video with it, I believe this can also be used as a webcam but I haven’t tried that yet since I already have a decent webcam for my PC.I really enjoyed reviewing this camera and will definitely be using it a lot in the future, certainly the best item I’ve ever had the pleasure to review, it’s perfect for both casuals and professionals and super easy to learn on, absolutely recommend!Thank you very much for reading my review!


  5. Joel

    My First Mirrorless Camera

    This has been my first Mirrorless camera. And while it has taken alot of research and playing about, I can report the ZV-E10 can take some incredible photos and professional looking videos. For its price point, if you are planning to be a hybrid shooter this is a great place to start.If for any reason you are planning to take more pictures than videos, I would personally advise to get a camera with a view finder. Other than that, this little and light camera is a gem. 


  6. Imad Mounir

    Good camera with good quality

    Works Fine with good quality thank you Sony

    Imad Mounir

  7. Misha the Penguin

    A very versatile and easy to use camera

    On opening the box my heart sank initially as we got to the quick start guide straight away and the realisation that the manual was online. In my experience this makes them hard to access and get what you want and this was no exception. Once I had completed a quick trawl through the on line manual I felt I was well enough informed to start using the camera. That’s not to say the quick start guide won’t get you going – it will in automatic mode but I wanted to test the camera using more of the priority modes. More of which later.The one thing missing from the box is an SD card so remember to order one of those if you don’t have one. Whilst checking out the online manual I put the camera on charge – I like the way this is arranged. No removing the battery and using a separate charger, the cable plugs straight into the camera reducing the items you need to carry whilst out and about.All of the controls are clearly marked and it was quite straight forward to getting into videos using automatic mode as well as still images. The images are very crisp and are a credit to the sensor and camera software. One thing though was it tool some wading through the manual to find how to set the manual mode on the camera. I prefer to take still photos using aperture priority and it took a while to get to the controls that enabled me to do this.Once this had been sorted I tried a number of shots using this mode. I was a little disappointed by the results – particularly when trying to blur the background of shots manually. I suspect this may have something to do with the automation and the software used in the camera for the bokeh effect and so a little more digging around the settings is probably in order. I was impressed however by the range of manual functions available.Video is a doddle – simply press the record button and away you go. The camera screen helpfully flips around and allows you to see yourself for selfie filming which is useful. The video function is practical and is clearly geared to the content producer as it does have some limitations in terms of output quality. Overall though for the content producer or the enthusiastic amateur it does work well when filming. A nice touch is the effective microphone wind protector which does have a noticeable effect on sound.The accessories are limited – a functional screen cap and strap along with the aforementioned microphone protector. The great thing is that you can change the lens – though given the Sony range has around 60 lenses I’m not sure how many would be useful for the vlogger market. That said, this is providing me with a very useful video camera I can use alongside my SLR and 360 camera without having to change their functions – very useful when on the go!The unit is very easy to use having a number of controls that are to hand very easily and that are accessible however you use the camera. I like that some of these are very simple allowing quick and easy transformation between modes.The obligatory smartphone app helps you to use the camera remotely and also add items such as geolocation tags to videos and photos. There are editing features within the camera which are helpful but which I think generally lead to some samey images / videos being produced. Not a problem associated with this camera but with camera equipment in general!So- did I like this camera? I did – it is a reasonably priced camera with a great sensor, easy to use and the selection of lenses available means that it is incredibly versatile. I intend to continue to use it for dedicated video alongside my SLR when out and about as it is ideal, not just for vlogging, but for capturing spontaneous video when out and about. Overall a great camera!

    Misha the Penguin

  8. Anastasiia ratledzh

    Best streaming camera

    After Sony alpha 5100 to jump to this one ! I am using same lenses so I am happy but !!! That video :). I am told every day that I have best streaming view on the site and we do have over 100 000streamers online daily I am buying now lots of tools for my new Sony and I am getting to addicted now 😁:))

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  9. Mart

    Made for Vlogging’ as it says on the box.

    What would seem like a logical step for Sony to introduce an upgrade to its vlogging targeted ZV-1, introduced just a little over a year since this ZV-E10L, it’s perhaps more of a tweak to the A6100 and a few more vlog-targeted features with a newly styled body.The ZV-1 was highly rated but it’s no surprise to see it superseded so soon, considering the 6000 series and RX100’s regular modifications.Briefly, the main improvements are a fully articulating screen (great for avoiding hotshoe accessories), interchangeable Sony E-mount lenses, directional microphone on the top plate which accepts the (included) wind-muffler, 24MP APS-C sensor, standard NP-FW50 battery, and a lightweight and compact body. Add to this the competitive price, which at launch is significantly lower than the A6400 and A6500 models, the camera looks an attractive proposition.Handling the camera feels good, it’s slightly smaller than the A6100, with a well-proportioned grip and uncluttered top and back plate controls. Simplicity is the key, but for me slightly at the expense of being able to glance at the camera top/back to see what is selected. For example, on the top is a button which scrolls through the video/stills/Q&A modes, but you need to see the screen to determine which is selected. Some features are useful to see at a glance and for me this is one of those. The back controls are reassuringly familiar Sony layout with rotary four position thumbwheel controlling the options. Menu button is at the top leads to the familiar but slightly drawn-out screen menu pages.The negatives for me however are the lack of viewfinder, important for stills, and the absence of built-in flash. Both of these features are sacrificed to reduce the body size but I would have preferred to retain these, both of which are features of the latest A6000 models. Image stabilisation is again, as with the ZV-1, in lens rather than camera to keep the body size down. That’s not a great problem but needs a little extra care to avoid camera shake.On the positives and considering this is a vlogging targeted camera, the spec is a step up from the ZV-1 as the larger sensor and interchangeable lens gives a clear advantage. The top plate microphone and headphone jack are essentials, but the problem with rolling shutter when panning needs careful handling/tripod use and the lack of touch screen menu might disappoint some users.But it’s a clear improvement over the ZV-1, and definitely more vlog-targeted than the A6000 range. It matches the A6100 for specification, but the newer 6400 will suit stills photographers better. The kit lens is a standard all rounder 16-50mm (24-70 equivalent) which doesn’t enjoy rave reviews but is a practical workhorse lens.No camera is specification perfect, but this is an excellent vlogging tool, and maybe keep the A6100 for stills.


  10. A.S

    Just the perfect camera in terms of picture and video quality and sleek design!

    If you are looking for a sleek camera with the best 4k video quality, then this is the perfect choice available. I have been using Nikon dslr for many years. And while switching to this camera, I was a bit skeptical. But after using it for a month. I can safely say that I will never go back. This camera is handy, and the video quality is unbeatable. The touch screen is really easy to use and scroll around. this camera focuses on vlogging, but being a passionate photographer, I can say that this camera is for anybody who loves to make high quality video and capture moments. This camera proofs that you can get quality and design together. The battery time is pretty good. I have downloaded the app and it makes it so easy to transfer the photos and video directly to my mobile. So, now I don’t have to wait to transfer the pictures to a laptop and then delete the memory. I can literally transfer the pictures and video in my mobile anytime and anywhere. It’s super convenient!


  11. Mr S.

    Ya know what? Not bad!

    I’m a YouTuber. I “retired” 2 years ago in order to have a family and I sold all my filmmaking gear. Since then, I’ve had an urge to make stuff again and so I tried using my phone to do so and it was RUBBISH. It took way too long and the image quality was pretty naff.I did not want to fork out thousands replacing my old gear because it’s just for fun… So I went for this and it was a remarkable upgrade from my phone and although the image quality isn’t quite what it used to be on my channel, I’m plenty happy with the image I get from this.I will say though that I shoot on a tripod… Using this for moving around? Not so great. 

    Mr S.

  12. Emanuel Shkambi

    Beast .

    Monster little camera easy to use for beginners like me . Just wow .

    Emanuel Shkambi