The ultimate comparison
The ZV-E10 is a very likeable little camera that doesn’t really break any new ground technically, and even ditches a few features that stills photographers would like to have, but for novice vloggers it’s a pretty good camera.
Pros : - Compact size - Articulating screen - Works as a USB webcam
Cons : - Rolling shutter while panning - No 4K60 recording - Battery drains quickly
Canon EOS M50 great camera for those just starting out on their photography and content creation journeys. A reliable and stylish entry-level mirrorless camera ideal for vloggers who need high-quality stills and video in a small package.
Pros : - Wide focus coverage with 10fps bursts - Eye AF for stills and video - YouTube live streaming
Cons : - Heavily cropped 4K video - Doesn't support USB charging - 4K is very compromised
The Sony A7S III is a mirrorless, full-frame camera that offers powerful low-light performance for both photo and video. perfect match for content creators. This camera is lightweight, compact and easy to use right out of the box.
Pros : - Incredible low light performance - 4K recording at 10-bit quality - 5-axis stabilization
Cons : - Price - No 6K or 8K video - Relatively low sensor resolution
A powerful pocket vlogging camera for YouTubers. Compact vlogging camera for those who want to step up from shooting vlogs on their smartphone. The ZV-1 shoots in 4K up to 30p and Full HD up to 120p and features a 24-70mm equivalent F1.8-2.8 lens.
Pros : - Small and lightweight - 4K video capture - Good video quality
Cons : - No headphone port - Disappointing battery life - Touchscreen still very limited