Super Mario Bros. de 1993 tendrá un relanzamiento mundial en 4k

Buenas noticias para los fans del fontanero más popular de los videojuegos. El distribuidor de películas Umbrella Entertainment reveló por Twitter que lanzará un nuevo lanzamiento en 4K de la película action live de Super Mario Bros. de 1993, y que ya pueden preordenarse.

La cinta del 93 protagonizada por Bob Hoskins y John Leguizamo fracasó comercialmente, y obtuvo críticas negativas tras su estreno, pero desde aquellos días se ha creado un interesante culto, gracias a sus elaborados escenarios y una peculiar historia.

En este nuevo lanzamiento se busca satisfacer la curiosidad que ha generado la película luego de 3 décadas, y llega justo a tiempo para aprovechar su 30 aniversario, brindando estrenos en cines.

El relanzamiento también incluye la venta de Blu-Ray de 2 discos ($49.95 AUD), un 4K UHD + Blu-Ray ($59.95 AUD), una edición de coleccionista de 3 discos con extras, así como un libro detrás de cámaras ($110.00 AUD), y por último, la edición coleccionista Trust the Fungus ($150,00 AUD) que incluye todo mencionado anteriormente y algunos extras más.

Según el sitio web de Umbrella Entertainment , los productos estarán disponibles desde enero de 2024.

Microsoft y Activision: La adquisición ya tiene luz verde.

Microsoft ya tiene oficialmente luz verde para la adquisición de Activision Blizzard. A las nueve de la mañana expiró la llamada orden de alejamiento que impedía que se proceda con la fusión, el cual ahora si podría producirse en cualquier momento hasta el 18 de julio.

Como se informó, en las últimas horas, el tribunal del Noveno Circuito rechazó la solicitud de la FTC de bloquear la adquisición hasta la apelación por «razones de urgencia» no muy claras, que sin embargo, el antimonopolio de los Estados Unidos no consideró apropiado.

Fin de la batalla, al parecer..

Microsoft anunció la adquisición el 18 de enero de 2022, convirtiéndose en una operación larga y con no pocos momentos intensos. Ahora, con el terreno despejado, no solo se ha obtenido el principal objetivo, la atención mundial provocada por este suceso, sumará puntos a todo lo resultante de esta fusión.

La aprobación de cuarenta y un países, suman 2.800 millones de habitantes y un PIB de 68 billones de dólares: más de dos tercios de la economía mundial.

Cleopatra de 1963 vs 2023 de Netflix ¿ Cuál es la representación «más real» ?

La actriz Adele James, quien encarna a la famosa reina en una producción de Netflix, fue víctima de críticas y bullying en las redes sociales. El hecho incluso motivó a un abogado egipcio a presentar una demanda contra la plataforma, para que dicha obra sea bloqueada en el país.

El motivo principal se centra en el aspecto de la protagonista. Durante mucho tiempo se tuvo y se tiene la imagen étnica de una Cleopatra caucásica, ya que su padre, Ptolomeo XII, era de origen griego.

Adele James, interpreta a Cleopatra en la producción de Netflix

¿ CUAL ERA EL ASPECTO RACIAL DE CLEOPATRA ?

Mucha gente identifica el aspecto de Cleopatra con la que se difundió a travez de películas y la televisión. La más reconocida se produjo en 1963, donde la soberana del antiguo Egipto fue representada por Liz Taylor, una estrella hollywoodiense de aquellos años.

Étnicamente, la famosa actriz era una mujer blanca, de ojos violeta y origen anglosajón. La pregunta sería: ¿Qué tan fiel fue la representación racial en este caso? Digamos que, sobre todo, fue producida con el objetivo de seguir aprovechando la ascendente carrera de Taylor.

La clave de su real aspecto, la tendríamos en unos últimos estudios. Según investigadores del Instituto Arqueológico de Austria, quienes analizaron los huesos de una hermana de Cleopatra, concluyeron que la reina egipcia tenía un origen mixto.

Es decir, tal y como se encuentra conformado el grueso de la población egipcia actual. Tenía características de blancos europeos, de egipcios y africanos negros.

Liz Taylor interpretó a la reina egipcia en 1963

¿ LA REINA EGIPCIA DE NETFLIX SE AJUSTA A LA REALIDAD?

Adele James no ha sido indiferente a este cuestionamiento mediático, pero solo respondió diciendo en resumen que: ‘si no les gusta, no lo vean’. La joven actriz es inglesa y aunque tiene ascendencia africana, también es notoria su mezcla racial.

Si bien Cleopatra tenía origen macedonio por su padre, la fuente étnica materna tuvo que influir en el actual aporte científico sobre su aspecto racial.

Rostro de Cleopatra, según la reconstrucción de la egiptóloga Sally Ann Ashton.

Por otro lado, para nadie es extraño que en los últimos años existe una clara orientación a la reivindicación de las minorías. Para un sector de la industria de medios, representar a Cleopatra como una mujer más enraizada con el africanismo se convierte en un logro político-cultural.

Y es que los prejuicios de género y raza, siguen latentes dentro de la visión occidental hasta estos días. Si bien estamos frente a un proceso cultural, sería importante que el actual nivel de orientación progresista no tropiece tanto mientras intenta sus objetivos. Existe gente que se cautivará por la fantasía, la realidad, o los idealismos, pero al final buscamos lo mismo: ver algo que merezca nuestro tiempo frente a una pantalla.

Rostros de tres antiguos egipcios según estudio de ADN

Nintendo Switch: F-Zero y Metroid volverán en 2023

Nintendo Switch: F-Zero y Metroid volverán en 2023

2023 será el año en que F-Zero, la franquicia de carreras de ciencia ficción y Metroid Prime 1, estarían llegando a Switch.

Según el insider NateDrake de los foros ResetEra, y conocido por la confiabilidad de sus datos y rumores, 2023 será el año de la llegadad de F-Zero . Además,Metroid Prime 1, ya estaría en la última etapa de control de calidad. Estas novedades llegarían a oficializarse en un Direct.

NateDrake no ha especificado sobre nuevos capítulos o remasterizaciones del juego para Nintendo Switch. Como suele pasar en estos casos, hay que tomar la debida cautela, ya que no es información oficial.

Sobre Metroid Prime 1, el desarrollo del título finalizó, pero el juego aún tiene que pasar el control de calidad. Por motivos propios de la compañía, Nintendo ha esperado para anunciarlo.

Cabe señalar que el insider habla de un hipotético remake de Metroid Prime 1 nunca anunciado, y no de Metroid Prime 4.

Revista TIME nombra a su top 10 del 2022 y Elden Ring no ocupa el podio

Revista TIME top 10 2022

La revista más influyente de los Estados Unidos dio a conocer su lista de mejores juegos 2022

El podio de este top lo encabezan God of War: Ragnarok, como el mejor del 2022. El segundo y tercer puesto lo ocupan Horizon Forbidden West y The Quarry. También se incluyen en la selección Stray, Sifu y la expansión Resident Evil Village: Shadows of Rose.

Los 10 mejores juegos de Time de 2022:

  1. God of War: Ragnarok
  2. Horizon Forbidden West
  3. The Quarry
  4. Elden Ring
  5. Stray
  6. The Last of Us: Part 1
  7. Sifu
  8. Resident Evil Village: Shadows of Rose
  9. LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
  10. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Reven

Sony INZONE: Así son los nuevos monitores gaming

Monitor Inzone Sony

Se abrieron las reservas para la linea INZONE de Sony, el nuevo  monitor gaming que aparecerá en enero de 2023 permitiéndonos obtener una gran experiencia audiovisual con juegos de última generación. Los monitores Inzone M9 y M3 para PC y PS5  están destinados a ofrecer soluciones innovadoras para el gaming, gracias a un excepcional rendimiento.

Inzone M3

En el caso del INZONE M3, se trata de una pantalla Full HD HDR con una frecuencia de actualización de hasta 240 Hz, un tiempo de respuesta de 1 ms y soporte para tecnología VRR que nos permite una sensación de fluidez en cualquier contexto.

“La cobertura del espectro sRGB supera el 99%, devolviendo colores vibrantes, intensos y matizados que hacen extremadamente realista cualquier escena, para sumergirte por completo en la adrenalina del partido”, se lee en la nota de prensa.

Inzone M9

Este modelo ofrece los 4k alcanzando los 120 Hz. Puede llegar a los 144 Hz pero con fuentes de resoluciones menores. La pantalla cuenta con 27 pulgadas y cuenta con tecnología Fall Array Dimming, además de 600 nits de brillo.

Phil Spencer sobre COD: Firmaría un acuerdo más duradero con Sony

Phil Spencer puede extender permanencia de COD en PS

Phil Spencer no tendría absolutamente ningún problema en firmar un compromiso más duradero con el que Sony se sienta cómodo

Phil Spencer aclaró definitivamente que Call of Duty permanecerá en PlayStation, incluso tras la posible aceptación de la adquisición de Activision Blizzard. El director general de Microsoft Gaming se expresó explícitamente al respecto y lo ha garantizado.

«La idea de que podamos redactar un contrato con los términos ‘para siempre’ creo que es un poco tonta, pero no tendría absolutamente ningún problema en firmar un compromiso más duradero con el que Sony se sienta cómodo y con los reguladores se sientan cómodos. » fue lo manifestado y que puedes ver en el siguiente video compartido de Twitter.

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Pokémon: Ash Ketchum es Campeón Mundial después de 25 años

El protagonista de Pokémon cumplió su sueño, se convirtió en el Campeón Mundial después de 25 años.

Después de 25 años, Ash Ketchum finalmente se convirtió en el Campeón Mundial de la serie animada Pokémon. La noticia llega desde las redes sociales de The Pokémon Company donde celebran la increíble hazaña del joven protagonista, quien por fin cumplió sueño.

El joven entrenador de Pueblo Paleta se hizo con el título en la última entrega de la serie animada Pokémon Explorations, en la que ganó la final del Torneo de la Coronación Mundial , superando a Dandel, el Campeón de la Liga Pokémon de Galar (que los jugadores conocen bien, ya que también juega el mismo papel en Pokémon Espada y Escudo).

El combate duró cuatro episodios y al final Ash se llevó el punto de la victoria gracias a Pikachu, quien derrotó al feroz Charizard de Dandel. Entre otras cosas, en el torneo participaron otros rostros conocidos de la serie Game Freak, como Iris, Camilla y Lance.

Stadia: Hace dos meses la empresa juró que no cerraría

Así eran las respuestas que Stadia ofrecía en sus redes, ante la pregunta sobre el futuro inmediato de la plataforma.

» Stadia no está a punto de cerrar . Tenga la seguridad de que siempre estamos trabajando para traer muchos juegos geniales a la plataforma y Stadia Pro. Háganos saber si tiene más preguntas».

Fue el 29 de julio de 2022, hace exactamente dos meses, cuando la cuenta oficial de la plataforma de juegos en la nube de Google intentaba tranquilizar a la comunidad con este mensaje. Finalmente la promesa no se cumplió, viendo lo anunciado esta mañana, que Stadia cerrará sus operaciones en enero de 2023 .

Motorola Moto G Pure review: an easy bargain with new fancy features

The Alpha ZV-E10 is Sony’s newest addition to its lineup of mirrorless cameras. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1. It adds a headphone jack, more battery life, a larger sensor, and most importantly, an interchangeable lens design.

You can think of it as a video-centric version of Sony’s more photography-oriented A6100. The A6100 and the ZV-E10 share the same 24mp APS-C sensor, but the lack of a viewfinder and the addition of a fully articulating screen makes the ZV-E10 better suited for filming yourself. And with the new flexibility of being able to swap lenses, this camera is a welcomed upgrade to the ZV-1 that allows novices to dip their toes in more advanced systems.

Much like the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 does not have an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and although the three-inch articulating screen is plenty bright, even in direct sunlight, using an EVF feels far more immersive when taking both photos and videos for me. However, in a vlogging-first camera, I can understand why an EVF would be first on the list of features to cut. This camera is designed to be able to film oneself, first and foremost, with ease.

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There is also no built-in ND filter. Built-in ND filters are one of the few features of cinema cameras that I continually miss when using DSLR and mirrorless systems. There is nothing convenient about having to screw and unscrew pieces of glass onto lenses when filming on location, and it’s infuriating that the ZV-E10’s predecessor, the ZV-1, had this feature, but this camera does not. The upside is that the E10 has an interchangeable E-mount lens system, and I already own ND filters for all of my E-mount lenses.

The other drawback to this camera’s hardware is the lack of in-body optical stabilization. Instead, the ZV-E10 uses electronic stabilization that isn’t very effective in steadying handheld footage. A gimbal will be needed to get smooth shots.

Basic dash cam tips:

  • Use a suitable SD card: Let make sure it’s the largest the camera lorem will handle and store lorem all your dashcam footage. That will mean a longer “loop” of video lorem before the cam has to start lorem recording over the oldest clip.
  • Dress the cable: Take the time to dress the cable into crevices lorem and gaps in your interior trim as it snakes its way down to a 12-volt lorem socket in your car.
  • Keep the windscreen and wipers dirt-free: The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing.
  • Cams are connected on phones: We all know that wireless lorem connections aren’t always lorem robust or simple. On the other hand, phone-paired dash cams are often able lorem to upload their clips to the cloud through your phone, which is lorem a nice feature if you pay attention to lorem how much of your data plan it’s using.

Sony The ZV-E10:

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The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing. This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light.

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Sony The ZV-E11:

\"\"
With the ZV-E11, Sony recycled parts from its RX100 line to better fit vloggers. This included a fully articulating screen, a larger handgrip, tally lights, a new mic array, and a hot shoe for accessories. The ZV-E10 follows a similar path, but this time, it borrows parts from the Alpha line and remixes them for vlogging use.

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Sony The ZV-E12:

\"\"
The ZV-E12 can record at up to 4k 30fps, with a crop, or 4k 24fps, without a crop. I was most eager to test the SteadyShot electronic stabilization. And since I was using the 16-50mm kit lens, I also had the more effective, “active” stabilization that uses optical stabilization built into the lens but, unfortunately, crops more of the image.

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Dash cam FAQs

The freedom to swap lenses on a camera can be a scary dive into unknown, expensive territory, but it also gives this camera more flexibility over time. A new or different lens is an easy way to add value to any camera system. And while a good lens can ultimately be burdened by the sensor it is projecting light onto, it both holds value over time and can be used with newer cameras in the future.

For a vlogger looking to take the next step in image quality and creative control over what a phone can provide, the ZV-E10 is easy to use and beginner-friendly while providing easy ways to step up your game. Its low light capabilities could be better, but its $800 price tag makes it a great camera to learn from without taking the full leap into more expensive, harder-to-use systems.

Google’s Android 12 update for smartphones has been the rockiest in years

The Alpha ZV-E10 is Sony’s newest addition to its lineup of mirrorless cameras. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1. It adds a headphone jack, more battery life, a larger sensor, and most importantly, an interchangeable lens design.

You can think of it as a video-centric version of Sony’s more photography-oriented A6100. The A6100 and the ZV-E10 share the same 24mp APS-C sensor, but the lack of a viewfinder and the addition of a fully articulating screen makes the ZV-E10 better suited for filming yourself. And with the new flexibility of being able to swap lenses, this camera is a welcomed upgrade to the ZV-1 that allows novices to dip their toes in more advanced systems.

Much like the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 does not have an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and although the three-inch articulating screen is plenty bright, even in direct sunlight, using an EVF feels far more immersive when taking both photos and videos for me. However, in a vlogging-first camera, I can understand why an EVF would be first on the list of features to cut. This camera is designed to be able to film oneself, first and foremost, with ease.

\"\"

There is also no built-in ND filter. Built-in ND filters are one of the few features of cinema cameras that I continually miss when using DSLR and mirrorless systems. There is nothing convenient about having to screw and unscrew pieces of glass onto lenses when filming on location, and it’s infuriating that the ZV-E10’s predecessor, the ZV-1, had this feature, but this camera does not. The upside is that the E10 has an interchangeable E-mount lens system, and I already own ND filters for all of my E-mount lenses.

The other drawback to this camera’s hardware is the lack of in-body optical stabilization. Instead, the ZV-E10 uses electronic stabilization that isn’t very effective in steadying handheld footage. A gimbal will be needed to get smooth shots.

Basic dash cam tips:

  • Use a suitable SD card: Let make sure it’s the largest the camera lorem will handle and store lorem all your dashcam footage. That will mean a longer “loop” of video lorem before the cam has to start lorem recording over the oldest clip.
  • Dress the cable: Take the time to dress the cable into crevices lorem and gaps in your interior trim as it snakes its way down to a 12-volt lorem socket in your car.
  • Keep the windscreen and wipers dirt-free: The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing.
  • Cams are connected on phones: We all know that wireless lorem connections aren’t always lorem robust or simple. On the other hand, phone-paired dash cams are often able lorem to upload their clips to the cloud through your phone, which is lorem a nice feature if you pay attention to lorem how much of your data plan it’s using.

Sony The ZV-E10:

\"\"
The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing. This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light.

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Sony The ZV-E11:

\"\"
With the ZV-E11, Sony recycled parts from its RX100 line to better fit vloggers. This included a fully articulating screen, a larger handgrip, tally lights, a new mic array, and a hot shoe for accessories. The ZV-E10 follows a similar path, but this time, it borrows parts from the Alpha line and remixes them for vlogging use.

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Sony The ZV-E12:

\"\"
The ZV-E12 can record at up to 4k 30fps, with a crop, or 4k 24fps, without a crop. I was most eager to test the SteadyShot electronic stabilization. And since I was using the 16-50mm kit lens, I also had the more effective, “active” stabilization that uses optical stabilization built into the lens but, unfortunately, crops more of the image.

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Dash cam FAQs

The freedom to swap lenses on a camera can be a scary dive into unknown, expensive territory, but it also gives this camera more flexibility over time. A new or different lens is an easy way to add value to any camera system. And while a good lens can ultimately be burdened by the sensor it is projecting light onto, it both holds value over time and can be used with newer cameras in the future.

For a vlogger looking to take the next step in image quality and creative control over what a phone can provide, the ZV-E10 is easy to use and beginner-friendly while providing easy ways to step up your game. Its low light capabilities could be better, but its $800 price tag makes it a great camera to learn from without taking the full leap into more expensive, harder-to-use systems.

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The Alpha ZV-E10 is Sony’s newest addition to its lineup of mirrorless cameras. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1. It adds a headphone jack, more battery life, a larger sensor, and most importantly, an interchangeable lens design.

You can think of it as a video-centric version of Sony’s more photography-oriented A6100. The A6100 and the ZV-E10 share the same 24mp APS-C sensor, but the lack of a viewfinder and the addition of a fully articulating screen makes the ZV-E10 better suited for filming yourself. And with the new flexibility of being able to swap lenses, this camera is a welcomed upgrade to the ZV-1 that allows novices to dip their toes in more advanced systems.

Much like the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 does not have an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and although the three-inch articulating screen is plenty bright, even in direct sunlight, using an EVF feels far more immersive when taking both photos and videos for me. However, in a vlogging-first camera, I can understand why an EVF would be first on the list of features to cut. This camera is designed to be able to film oneself, first and foremost, with ease.

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There is also no built-in ND filter. Built-in ND filters are one of the few features of cinema cameras that I continually miss when using DSLR and mirrorless systems. There is nothing convenient about having to screw and unscrew pieces of glass onto lenses when filming on location, and it’s infuriating that the ZV-E10’s predecessor, the ZV-1, had this feature, but this camera does not. The upside is that the E10 has an interchangeable E-mount lens system, and I already own ND filters for all of my E-mount lenses.

The other drawback to this camera’s hardware is the lack of in-body optical stabilization. Instead, the ZV-E10 uses electronic stabilization that isn’t very effective in steadying handheld footage. A gimbal will be needed to get smooth shots.

Basic dash cam tips:

  • Use a suitable SD card: Let make sure it’s the largest the camera lorem will handle and store lorem all your dashcam footage. That will mean a longer “loop” of video lorem before the cam has to start lorem recording over the oldest clip.
  • Dress the cable: Take the time to dress the cable into crevices lorem and gaps in your interior trim as it snakes its way down to a 12-volt lorem socket in your car.
  • Keep the windscreen and wipers dirt-free: The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing.
  • Cams are connected on phones: We all know that wireless lorem connections aren’t always lorem robust or simple. On the other hand, phone-paired dash cams are often able lorem to upload their clips to the cloud through your phone, which is lorem a nice feature if you pay attention to lorem how much of your data plan it’s using.

Sony The ZV-E10:

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The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing. This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light.

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Sony The ZV-E11:

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With the ZV-E11, Sony recycled parts from its RX100 line to better fit vloggers. This included a fully articulating screen, a larger handgrip, tally lights, a new mic array, and a hot shoe for accessories. The ZV-E10 follows a similar path, but this time, it borrows parts from the Alpha line and remixes them for vlogging use.

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Sony The ZV-E12:

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The ZV-E12 can record at up to 4k 30fps, with a crop, or 4k 24fps, without a crop. I was most eager to test the SteadyShot electronic stabilization. And since I was using the 16-50mm kit lens, I also had the more effective, “active” stabilization that uses optical stabilization built into the lens but, unfortunately, crops more of the image.

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Dash cam FAQs

The freedom to swap lenses on a camera can be a scary dive into unknown, expensive territory, but it also gives this camera more flexibility over time. A new or different lens is an easy way to add value to any camera system. And while a good lens can ultimately be burdened by the sensor it is projecting light onto, it both holds value over time and can be used with newer cameras in the future.

For a vlogger looking to take the next step in image quality and creative control over what a phone can provide, the ZV-E10 is easy to use and beginner-friendly while providing easy ways to step up your game. Its low light capabilities could be better, but its $800 price tag makes it a great camera to learn from without taking the full leap into more expensive, harder-to-use systems.

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The Alpha ZV-E10 is Sony’s newest addition to its lineup of mirrorless cameras. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1. It adds a headphone jack, more battery life, a larger sensor, and most importantly, an interchangeable lens design.

You can think of it as a video-centric version of Sony’s more photography-oriented A6100. The A6100 and the ZV-E10 share the same 24mp APS-C sensor, but the lack of a viewfinder and the addition of a fully articulating screen makes the ZV-E10 better suited for filming yourself. And with the new flexibility of being able to swap lenses, this camera is a welcomed upgrade to the ZV-1 that allows novices to dip their toes in more advanced systems.

Much like the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 does not have an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and although the three-inch articulating screen is plenty bright, even in direct sunlight, using an EVF feels far more immersive when taking both photos and videos for me. However, in a vlogging-first camera, I can understand why an EVF would be first on the list of features to cut. This camera is designed to be able to film oneself, first and foremost, with ease.

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There is also no built-in ND filter. Built-in ND filters are one of the few features of cinema cameras that I continually miss when using DSLR and mirrorless systems. There is nothing convenient about having to screw and unscrew pieces of glass onto lenses when filming on location, and it’s infuriating that the ZV-E10’s predecessor, the ZV-1, had this feature, but this camera does not. The upside is that the E10 has an interchangeable E-mount lens system, and I already own ND filters for all of my E-mount lenses.

The other drawback to this camera’s hardware is the lack of in-body optical stabilization. Instead, the ZV-E10 uses electronic stabilization that isn’t very effective in steadying handheld footage. A gimbal will be needed to get smooth shots.

Basic dash cam tips:

  • Use a suitable SD card: Let make sure it’s the largest the camera lorem will handle and store lorem all your dashcam footage. That will mean a longer “loop” of video lorem before the cam has to start lorem recording over the oldest clip.
  • Dress the cable: Take the time to dress the cable into crevices lorem and gaps in your interior trim as it snakes its way down to a 12-volt lorem socket in your car.
  • Keep the windscreen and wipers dirt-free: The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing.
  • Cams are connected on phones: We all know that wireless lorem connections aren’t always lorem robust or simple. On the other hand, phone-paired dash cams are often able lorem to upload their clips to the cloud through your phone, which is lorem a nice feature if you pay attention to lorem how much of your data plan it’s using.

Sony The ZV-E10:

\"\"
The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing. This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light.

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Sony The ZV-E11:

\"\"
With the ZV-E11, Sony recycled parts from its RX100 line to better fit vloggers. This included a fully articulating screen, a larger handgrip, tally lights, a new mic array, and a hot shoe for accessories. The ZV-E10 follows a similar path, but this time, it borrows parts from the Alpha line and remixes them for vlogging use.

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Sony The ZV-E12:

\"\"
The ZV-E12 can record at up to 4k 30fps, with a crop, or 4k 24fps, without a crop. I was most eager to test the SteadyShot electronic stabilization. And since I was using the 16-50mm kit lens, I also had the more effective, “active” stabilization that uses optical stabilization built into the lens but, unfortunately, crops more of the image.

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Dash cam FAQs

The freedom to swap lenses on a camera can be a scary dive into unknown, expensive territory, but it also gives this camera more flexibility over time. A new or different lens is an easy way to add value to any camera system. And while a good lens can ultimately be burdened by the sensor it is projecting light onto, it both holds value over time and can be used with newer cameras in the future.

For a vlogger looking to take the next step in image quality and creative control over what a phone can provide, the ZV-E10 is easy to use and beginner-friendly while providing easy ways to step up your game. Its low light capabilities could be better, but its $800 price tag makes it a great camera to learn from without taking the full leap into more expensive, harder-to-use systems.

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The Alpha ZV-E10 is Sony’s newest addition to its lineup of mirrorless cameras. At $799.99 with Sony’s 16-50 lens ($699.99 for just the body), it is the company’s second attempt at making a vlogging-oriented camera and the successor to last year’s ZV-1. It adds a headphone jack, more battery life, a larger sensor, and most importantly, an interchangeable lens design.

You can think of it as a video-centric version of Sony’s more photography-oriented A6100. The A6100 and the ZV-E10 share the same 24mp APS-C sensor, but the lack of a viewfinder and the addition of a fully articulating screen makes the ZV-E10 better suited for filming yourself. And with the new flexibility of being able to swap lenses, this camera is a welcomed upgrade to the ZV-1 that allows novices to dip their toes in more advanced systems.

Much like the ZV-1, the ZV-E10 does not have an electronic viewfinder (EVF), and although the three-inch articulating screen is plenty bright, even in direct sunlight, using an EVF feels far more immersive when taking both photos and videos for me. However, in a vlogging-first camera, I can understand why an EVF would be first on the list of features to cut. This camera is designed to be able to film oneself, first and foremost, with ease.

\"\"

There is also no built-in ND filter. Built-in ND filters are one of the few features of cinema cameras that I continually miss when using DSLR and mirrorless systems. There is nothing convenient about having to screw and unscrew pieces of glass onto lenses when filming on location, and it’s infuriating that the ZV-E10’s predecessor, the ZV-1, had this feature, but this camera does not. The upside is that the E10 has an interchangeable E-mount lens system, and I already own ND filters for all of my E-mount lenses.

The other drawback to this camera’s hardware is the lack of in-body optical stabilization. Instead, the ZV-E10 uses electronic stabilization that isn’t very effective in steadying handheld footage. A gimbal will be needed to get smooth shots.

Basic dash cam tips:

  • Use a suitable SD card: Let make sure it’s the largest the camera lorem will handle and store lorem all your dashcam footage. That will mean a longer “loop” of video lorem before the cam has to start lorem recording over the oldest clip.
  • Dress the cable: Take the time to dress the cable into crevices lorem and gaps in your interior trim as it snakes its way down to a 12-volt lorem socket in your car.
  • Keep the windscreen and wipers dirt-free: The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing.
  • Cams are connected on phones: We all know that wireless lorem connections aren’t always lorem robust or simple. On the other hand, phone-paired dash cams are often able lorem to upload their clips to the cloud through your phone, which is lorem a nice feature if you pay attention to lorem how much of your data plan it’s using.

Sony The ZV-E10:

\"\"
The ZV-E10 can take 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light. However, in lower light, and especially when pushed past 8000ISO (admittedly, that’s very high), photos take on a lot of grain and smoothing. This is the same sensor that Sony has been using in its A6000 lineup for a long time, and while it’s good for a quick capture, a faster, more expensive lens will be needed for low-light situations. 24.2-megapixel photos, and when paired with the 16-50mm kit lens, the photos are crisp in good light.

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Sony The ZV-E11:

\"\"
With the ZV-E11, Sony recycled parts from its RX100 line to better fit vloggers. This included a fully articulating screen, a larger handgrip, tally lights, a new mic array, and a hot shoe for accessories. The ZV-E10 follows a similar path, but this time, it borrows parts from the Alpha line and remixes them for vlogging use.

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Sony The ZV-E12:

\"\"
The ZV-E12 can record at up to 4k 30fps, with a crop, or 4k 24fps, without a crop. I was most eager to test the SteadyShot electronic stabilization. And since I was using the 16-50mm kit lens, I also had the more effective, “active” stabilization that uses optical stabilization built into the lens but, unfortunately, crops more of the image.

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Dash cam FAQs

The freedom to swap lenses on a camera can be a scary dive into unknown, expensive territory, but it also gives this camera more flexibility over time. A new or different lens is an easy way to add value to any camera system. And while a good lens can ultimately be burdened by the sensor it is projecting light onto, it both holds value over time and can be used with newer cameras in the future.

For a vlogger looking to take the next step in image quality and creative control over what a phone can provide, the ZV-E10 is easy to use and beginner-friendly while providing easy ways to step up your game. Its low light capabilities could be better, but its $800 price tag makes it a great camera to learn from without taking the full leap into more expensive, harder-to-use systems.