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Via the Creators’ Cloud in the Sony ZV-E1, users may shoot in 4K 60p or 4K 120p with incredibly smooth 5x slow-motion images. By employing the XAVC S-I format at 60p and directly replaying the video in slow motion or fast motion in the S&Q mode, a maximum bit rate of 600 Mbps produces excellent image quality. When upgraded, the XAVC S format allows for the use of up to 10x slow motion with Full HD resolution at 240 frames per second, offering new perspectives on active sports. For both still photos and moving pictures, the common ISO range is between 80 and 102400. For still images, the enlarged range is 40 to 409600, while for moving images, it is 80 to 409600.
Using Cinematic Vlog Settings, the Sony ZV-E1 can produce standout videos by easily producing sequences that resemble feature films. The Looks setting, which provides natural mid-tones, soft colours, and smooth highlights that are crucial to a cinematic look and enhance skin tones, the Moods setting, which highlights particular colours, and the AF transition speed setting, controls how quickly autofocus will switch between subjects, are all examples of cinematic vlog settings. The ZV-E1 incorporates S-Cinetone for a genuinely cinematic appearance. S-Cinetone, based on Sony’s Cinema Line technology, provides the natural mid-tones necessary for vibrant, healthy-looking skin tones.
Real-time Recognition Human pose estimation technology, which uses learned human forms and postures to accurately recognise not just eyes but body and head position, enables Auto-Framing to lock onto and track a subject who is facing away from the camera. Real-time Tracking4 powered by AI is a function of the ZV-E1 that is triggered by selecting the subject and just partially pressing the shutter button. The user is thus free to focus on framing and composition while the camera automatically tracks the topic. The new camera features a quick hybrid AF for quick acquisition and persistent tracking, as well as precise AF settings for the utmost control and precision.
Special Video & Image Features
The Sony ZV-full E1’s potential for image quality is delivered via a small, precise stabilisation unit and gyro sensors with optimised algorithms that produce up to 5.0-step stabilisation. Active Mode supplied in earlier generations is around 30% less effective than dynamic active Mode stabilization. This makes it simpler than ever to record vlogs that are stable and fluid while moving around to express themselves in a bold, dynamic way. The AI-based Auto Framing for video of the ZV-E1 is another incredible feature that makes it perfect for shooting interviews, musical performances, food demonstrations, and many other types of videos, something which is not so common with other Sony cameras. To maintain a constant field of view and provide smooth, dramatic focusing effects, breathing compensation prevents picture changes while focusing. Moreover, the ZV-E1 has a Framing Stabiliser, which automatically maintains the subject’s location in the frame. Powerful AI-based subject recognition technology combines with the camera’s Dynamic Active Mode image stabilisation to keep the subject steadily and smoothly in the frame as you desire while handheld shooting, enabling the creation of fluid video emotions.
With the ZV-E1, users can anticipate imaginative zoom control. In addition to controlling compatible powered zoom lenses, the zoom lever on the top of the grip also makes it possible to use Clear Picture Zoom with unpowered zoom and prime lenses while experiencing less image deterioration. By doing this, the number of lenses needed for many projects can be greatly decreased. While digitally zooming or using Clear Picture Zoom, Real-time Recognition AF, Real-time Tracking, and focus area settings remain active, ensuring that the camera’s phase-detection AF system operates with all of its accuracy and speed. In-camera Those who desire to capture time-lapse sequences of subjects that slowly change, such as clouds, people, cities, and other things, in particularly expressive ways will love the time-lapse creation tool.
Pre-orders for the Sony ZV-E1 begin on March 30, 2023, in a few Middle Eastern and African nations, on the official website of Sony MEA. It is expected to start shipping in April.