The Sony ZV-E10 II, the next-generation APS-C vlog mirrorless camera, is highly anticipated by Sony and vlogging enthusiasts. According to SonyAlphaRumors, the camera will debut in the spring of 2024, with a likely release date between February and April.
Specifications for the Sony ZV-E10 II are currently unknown. However, based on Sony's past product releases, it is speculated that the camera may have a 26-megapixel back-illuminated sensor, similar to the A6700/FX30 model. The Sony ZV-E10 II is an entry-level mirrorless camera and an upgrade from its predecessor, the ZV-E10. This camera is primarily designed for vloggers and supports interchangeable lenses. It incorporates AI autofocus technology and has improved video recording capabilities, allowing it to capture 4K resolution video at either 60 or 120 frames per second. Its design and operation are expected to be similar to the ZV-E10, but notable changes include the absence of an electronic viewfinder (EVF) and in-body image stabilization (IBIS). The retail price of the Sony ZV-E10 II is expected to be slightly higher than its predecessor, with an estimated price tag of around $899.
Keep an eye out for more updates as we get closer to the spring 2024 release date.