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A global shortage of components seems to be the cause of the delay for the Sony ZV-E10 launch

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Image on top shows the current ZV-1 fixed lens camera

I got this not only from Sony but also from other manufacturers sources. There seems to be a global shortage and consequent price hike of some components necessary to make cameras. Journalists are having their hands on the Sony ZV-E10 for quite some time now but now have been unofficially told that the announcement should happen in late June (with no date unveiled yet).

Those are the camera specs:

  • 24MP APS-C Sensor
  • Kit lens will be a Sony 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6
  • XAVC-S 4k 25p 100mbps
  • FHD 100p
  • Standard and Active stabilization
  • Auto exposure with face priority
  • Product feature autofocus mode (will lock focus on faces unless there is a product shown closer to the camera)
  • Button for Bokeh mode (priotitizes lowest aperture)
  • Dedicated button to swap between S&Q/Photo/Video
  • USB-c tether direct streaming to pc. (Plug and play)
  • fully articulating screen
  • Sony A5xxx body with no EVF
  • Price around $899 (900 Euro)

This will be Sony’s high end vloggers and streamer camera.

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