Sony has launched its 2nd vlogger friendly camera in its ZV  series, the ZV-1F.

The ZV-1F features the same 20.1MP 1.0-type (13.2mm x 8.8mm) Exmor  RS CMOS sensor as the ZV-1.

ZV-1F has a 20mm (35mm equivalent) f2.0 fixed prime lens which provides  a large field of view.

The new Sony ZV-1F is capable of recording 4K video at up to 30fps. However,  ZV-1F can only record in 8-bit 4:2:0, which is basically not the best quality footage for making  heavy color grading.

The ZV-1F can also record vertical videos, making it ideal for Instagram, TikTok, or YouTube Shorts.

Users can record & upload directly using a wireless smartphone connection.

Users also get micro HDMI & the microUSB on the ZV-1 has been replaced with USB-C.

A microphone can also be connected through a 3.5 mm mic jack but  there's no hotshoe.

Other features include SteadyShot digital image stabilization, Eye AF, object tracking, Soft Skin Effect, & 7.5cm 921,600 dots articulating touchscreen display.

The Sony ZV-1F is priced at $500 & will be available from the last  week of October.