Budget Vlogging Camera for 2023

The ultimate comparison

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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.

Sony ZV-E10

Sony ZV-E10

Pros : - Compact size - Articulating screen - Works as a USB    webcam

Cons : - Rolling shutter while panning - No 4K60 recording - Battery drains quickly

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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.

Canon EOS M50 Mark II

Canon EOS M50 Mark II

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

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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.

Sony A7s III

Sony A7s III

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

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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.

Sony ZV-1

Sony ZV-1

Pros : - Small and lightweight - 4K video capture - Good video quality

Cons : - No headphone port - Disappointing battery life - Touchscreen still very limited