The Sony ZV-1 made a big splash when it landed earlier this year. It’s a vlogging-oriented compact point-and-shoot with a rotating screen and an impeccable auto-focus system that, under certain conditions, tracks faster than my Sony A7iii. The fast f/1.8 lens captures video and images with soft, pleasant bokeh (background blur). Heck, there’s even a convenient button that tells the camera to prioritize an open aperture to create this effect. The camera handles of range of skin tones well, and it generally produces pleasing colors on the default settings. All these features are packed into a a device small enough to fit in your pocket.