Zeiss has today taken the wraps off its new Zeiss ZX1 full frame, fixed lens camera which comes with built-in Adobe Lightroom software. Watch the quick announcement teaser trailer below for a quick overview of what you can expect from the new full frame camera fitted with a huge 4.3 inch touchscreen for editing and control.
The new camera features a new image sensor designed by Zeiss offering a 37.4 megapixel full-frame chip specifically created to work in conjunction with the fixed 35mm f/2 Distagon lens. “Completely immerse yourself in the creative photography process – with the Zeiss ZX1, our innovative, mirrorless full-frame camera. A completely new workflow combines outstanding optics, software, and connectivity: SHOOT. EDIT. SHARE. “
Features of the Zeiss ZX1 full frame camera include 512GB of built-in storage removing the need to rely on SD cards. IOS and shutter speed controls are located via dials on the top of the minimalist design. The ZX1 supports Raw capture in the Adobe DNG format, together with JPG, for images. Video can also be captured at UHD 4K resolution at 30fps, or 1080p at up to 60fps. No details on digital or optical stabilisation has been revealed as yet.
Unfortunately, no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Zeiss, but as soon as information comes to light, we will keep you updated as always. Although expect the new Zeiss ZX1 to be available sometime early in 2019.
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