If I were you, I would invest in Canon M50. It is a mirror less vlogging camera. Very affordable. External microphone can be attached. Small and compact, and easy to carry around. However,if you intend to get into adventure vlogging, which includes under water events as well, keep a gopro handy! Nothing beats a gopro when it comes to adventure shoots.
I would vouch for Sony ZV1 as the ideal vlogging camera that is out there in the market. It is very compact and light and can be carried easily. Footage looks amazing and it has a high quality facial recognition mode. Also the mic is pretty good. The only complaint is that the battery gets exhausted pretty quickly. So you will have to charge it pretty often. But other than that the Sony ZV1 is very perfect.
Also I would like to add that in terms of action cameras you have two brand options. There is the GoPro as well as the Insta360 The Insta360 is cheaper and has the 360 lens and 4k lens in one camera. While the GoPro definitely has a slightly better image quality it is more expensive and you would have to purchase separate cameras for the 360 lens and 4k lens
Sony ZV1is a greatt camera! Surely, hyped to be the best vlogging camera in the market. The key is the word 'hyped'. Reasons why you should still invest in a Canon M50. 1.Censor size. Sony ZV1 has a 1 inch censor.Canon M50 has 2.9 times bigger censor. 2.Inrerchangeable lenses.
Canon is also a great camera for photography. On some fine morning, you are in the Himalayas, and you spot a rare .igeating bird at a distance. You quickly remove the lens. Put a zoom lens on and get that shot. On Sony, you talk about the bird you are seeing. 3.Canon has a built in flash. Sony has none. 4.MAX ISO: Canon wins with double the Max ISO to that of Sony. Night shots, greater the ISO, better the low light shots. 5.Canon has a built in viewfinder. Trust me, at times , you would need a viewfinder. Having said of of these, I completely understand that different people have different needs. Of portability is your requirement, go for a Sony ZV1 it is 96 grams lesser in weight that the Canon. For everything else, opt for a Canon. For the same money, invest in a gimbal, an external microphone, an additional battery, and you are good to go. P.S: Both have a very average battery life. Sony has a life of 260 shots to 235 of Canon. You can achieve a lot more, overall using a Canon M50. P.P.S: Canon M50 is replaced by Canon M50 Mark ii. So you have a a better machine to do the job.