Many Youtube content producers use a wide range of cameras from M4/3 all the way up to FF. Sony ZV-1 and Panasonic G100 are the two cameras from mnaufacturers made for vlogging.
But do you really need a dedicated camera to vlog? DpreviewTV compared the Sony ZV-1 and Panasonic G100 to an iPhone to find out. Check out the video below.
Sony say that 73% of Vloggers use a smartphone, so the ZV-1 is designed to help them getter better video quality, with a more professional look. Sony ZV-1 is built around a 1″-type 20MP stacked CMOS sensor and the 24-70mm equiv. F1.8-2.8 lens from the RX100 III, IV and VA, but it uses a fully articulating touchscreen and reworked ergonomics to allow for selfie-style operation. Check availability at Adorama, B&HPhoto.
Designed to be the ideal “Vlogging” camera, it is smaller than an iPhone XR, offers 4K 30p video recording and has a number of features that will appeal to the videographer, as well as photographers. The Panasonic G100 camera costs $697.99 with 12-32mm Lens kit. It is now available at B&H, Adorama, Amazon.
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