Vlogger's new favorite: Sony's new vlogging camera

Vlogging is quite popular and Sony's new vlogging camera will be your new favorite.

Vlogger's new favorite: Sony's new vlogging camera

Sony has been quite active this year. The company has been working on their new Xperia but in the meantime they announced a new vlogger camera to the market. The ZV-1 II, the second-generation model of the ZV-1, was announced today as the latest addition to Sony's new ZV range of vlogging cameras. The ZV-1 was released three years ago.

Sony has announced their new vlogging camera

Vlogging is the most popular "job" in our modern day and Sony intends to take it a few steps ahead with their new vlogging camera. The new model isn't much better than its predecessor on paper. The biggest change is the wider 18-50mm f1.8-4 lens, which replaces the ZV-1's 24-70mm f1.8-2.8 lens. However, the new lens lacks optical stabilization.

The ZV-1F's features, including the USB-C connector, three-capsule microphone, and relocated tripod mount, as well as the camera's entire user interface and feature set, are actually borrowed from the ZV-1 II.  Aside from that, the new ZV-1 II shares the same sensor, processor, display, stabilization, autofocus, battery, and photo and video features as the original ZV-1. In June, the ZV-1 II, which costs $900, will be available.