The Sony ZV-1 was the company's first attempt at a vlogging-specific camera. The Alpha ZV-E10 takes the same idea and plusses it. Built around a 24.2-megapixel APS-C sensor (as opposed to the 1" sensor found in the ZV-1) and paired with a Bionz X processor, its interchangeable lens design affords far greater creative control. The larger body also allows for physical microphone and 3.5mm headphone jacks, a dedicated button for background blur, and a built-in directional 3-capsule mic with included windscreen. Support for live-streaming over USB, 4K video that's oversampled from 6K for more detail, and real-time Eye AF round out the feature set.