Sony introduces the new ZV-E1 Woking Camera, the world’s smallest and lightest full-frame interchangeable-lens sensor camera with reliable real-time subject tracking thanks to AI.
The weight of the new camera, including the battery and memory card, is no more than 483 grams, according to the Japanese company.
The technical equipment package includes a 12-megapixel full-frame sensor and 409,600 “ISO” (ISO) sensitivity and since the relatively low resolution new camera focuses on video recording, the user interface and equipment comes to meet the needs of users who primarily want to record videos.
The new ZV-A1 records slow-motion video at 4K resolution at up to 120fps or 4K resolution at 60fps.
Sony has integrated the BIONZ XR processor with an AI chip, which not only performs fast autofocus with subject tracking function, but also automatically orients the image clip on the selected shooting subject.
The digital image stabilization function relies on an artificial intelligence chip, as it can recognize multiple faces and automatically stop the lens to get more depth and clarity, photographing all people with better clarity.
When connected to a computer or smartphone via USB-C, 4K videos can be streamed directly, so the new ZV-A1 can be used as an ideal webcam.
The new camera has a 3-inch foldable screen and a built-in microphone to record audio clearly.
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