Sony has announced a firmware update for the Sony ZV-E1 camera and this new software update brings the ability to record K120p videos, and the update also includes FHD240p recording. The camera was launched back in March and is designed for content creators.
Sony reaffirms its commitment to support creators by introducing a highly anticipated firmware update for the Sony ZV-E1 Vlog Camera that will enable 4k120p video recording. This free update is designed to deliver a richer experience for content creators by enabling users to capture stunning slow-motion photos with unparalleled image quality and accuracy, pushing their creative possibilities to new heights.
For the ZV-E1, acclaimed for its exceptional video performance and user-friendly features, the introduction of 4K120p recording marks a milestone in pushing the boundaries of creativity in a compact, easy-to-use form. By incorporating this advanced feature, content creators will have the ability to capture every moment in cinematic style.
You can find out more information about the new firmware update for the Sony ZV-E1 and the new features it brings to the device on the Sony website at the link below, and the update is available today from the Sony Creators Cloud website.
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