The new Sony ZV-E10 has officially been announced after numerous rumors and leaks online and with the camera officially confirmed....is it worth the hype?
Let's discuss the specifications, who this camera is for, and why it just might be the right camera for you!
- Sony ZV-E10 Camera
- Blog Post | The ZV-E10 is the New Best Camera for Video!
- Who is the ZV-E10 Right For?
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The new Sony ZV-E10 is Sony's newest camera that takes inspiration from the Sony ZV-1 point and shoot vlogging camera and the Sony a6600, currently Sony's flagship APS-C camera.
The ZV-E10 reuses the proven 24MP APS-C CMOS sensor we've seen used from the a6000 up to the Sony a6600 camera models that has 6k video downsampled to 4k 30fps.
The Sony ZV-E10 packs a ton of features in a small body:
If you've been following along in the Being a Creator Series then you know this week we're diving into hiring staff.
So, in this episode, I want to explore some of the issues, thought processes, and some tips when beginning the process of hiring staff for your business or your channel.
What goes into releasing and creating a new major series for your YouTube channel?
This week we're chatting about what this experience has been like hiring full-time staff and building out this new series called, Being a Creator!
Amazon Prime Day is Amazon's personal holiday where we get to have discounted prices like after Thanksgiving sales but on days Amazon designates vs waiting for the holiday.
As a result, we skip the lines and feel like kids in a candy store getting the things we need to operate our businesses at a discounted price.
That being said, we have entered into one of those holiday sales-like days, and below you'll find my recommendations for entrepreneurs looking to buy gear to make content creation easier.
I would highly suggest taking a look around your house and what life looks likes now working more from home and having your family at home and what can help simplify that experience for you.
I would highly consider looking at tools that increase your efficiency in work and even your personal life.
I'll not only be recommending more camera-related tech but also some basic upgrades worth considering around the house.
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When creating a channel on YouTube, the easy part starts in the beginning phases. Gearing up to buy everything, setting up the channel, even figuring out what tools to use to help you grow.
However, that part is easy for many to get through but the real challenge comes in what's next. And it is that phase of starting a YouTube channel that many never overcome and there are 2 primary culprits for it.
One of the greatest keys to dynamic video content marketing is sharing content that connects, engages, and helps people to not just learn what you do or what you offer but share with them YOU.
In this episode, I break down why vlogging is the single greatest unlock in your video content marketing strategy. And if you aren't using it how you can get started today!
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If you're wanting to turn your regular videos into vertical videos for Instagram, YouTube Shorts, Tik Tok, etc. Final Cut Pro X's new Smart Conform tool makes it easy to convert your videos to a vertical or square format for social media.
If I knew what I know now, I wouldn't have made these 5 mistakes and so many more my first year on YouTube.
This week, I peel back the curtains on not just the mistakes I made but the mindset that contributed to these mistakes.
I hope you can glean some wisdom from my mistakes and learn to correct what mistakes you may be making in your own creative journey.
In this video, I answer a common question I get all the time, "Why did I stop using Canon cameras for video?". I've been using Sony since 2019 and it's been a dream system of cameras to use.
This isn't to say one is better than the other but just knowing what works best for you in your content creation journey will dictate the tools you use that best serve you. For me, that's Sony 100% and I have no intentions of "switching back", Sony is home for me.