Sony’s ZV-1 Mark II builds on the original with a wider 18-50mm equivalent F1.8-4.0 lens, which gives the vlogging camera a more selfie-friendly field of view that was sorely missing from version one.
While the camera is aimed first and foremost at vloggers, the new lens had us wondering how well it works as a wide-angle zoom stills camera.
We hit the streets of Seattle to find out how it performs in the real world. Click through to download full resolution straight-out-of-camera JPEGs and Raw files from the ZV-1 Mark II.
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