Leaked: Sony ZV-E10 II to Feature Bigger Battery & Larger Grip

Leaked: Sony ZV-E10 II to Feature Bigger Battery & Larger Grip

Sony has recently updated their official App Creator, and the upcoming vlog camera ZV-E10 II has now appeared on the list, confirming the camera’s existence. Last week, SonyAlphaRumors claimed that the camera would launch on July 10th. Now, the publication has also leaked an official teaser indicating that a new ZV camera is on the way.

According to Andrea Pizzini, the ZV-E10 II will ditch the ZV-E10’s 1020mAh battery for the much beefier NP-FZ100 with a capacity of 2280mAh. This is the same battery used in the popular A6700, effectively doubling the shooting time for vloggers on the go.

Enhanced Battery and Grip

The increased battery size comes with an additional benefit – a larger grip. This addresses a common pain point with the original ZV-E10, which some users found difficult to hold comfortably for extended periods. The ZV-E10 II’s larger grip promises a more secure and stable hold.

While official specs remain under wraps, rumors suggest the ZV-E10 II will pack a 26MP APS-C CMOS sensor, similar to the one found in the A6700. This upgrade promises improved image quality and overall performance compared to the previous generation. Additionally, Sony might introduce AI-powered features specifically designed for vloggers. This could translate to better autofocus, especially when switching between the subject and the vlogger themself.

New Lens Options

Alongside the camera, Sony is also expected to launch a new E-mount 16-50mm F/3.5-5.6 OSS II zoom lens. This versatile kit lens seems tailor-made for vloggers, offering a wide zoom range perfect for capturing various shots, from sweeping landscapes to detailed close-ups. The inclusion of Optical SteadyShot (OSS) promises smooth, shake-free footage – essential for handheld vloggers who are constantly on the move.

Leaked: Sony ZV-E10 II to Feature Bigger Battery & Larger Grip

Sony will also launch a new high-end FE 85mm F/1.4 GM II lens, though its release date seems less certain.

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