Let’s face it, the convenience of snapping photos with your smartphone is the ability to edit the images right away. The ZEISS ZX1 brings that same functionality to a full-frame point and shoot camera. In addition to its 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80-51200, it has Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC built into the camera, enabling you to quickly and easily process RAW photos – up to 512GB of images – directly on its 4.3″ touchscreen display. Other features include: a 3,190mAh battery,, 3fps continuous shooting, 4K video recording at 30fps, and microphone / headphone jacks. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“On the front of the camera is a new Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/2 T* autofocus lens that was developed to perfectly compliment the new sensor. It contains 8 elements in 5 groups. The minimum focus distance is 11.8 inches (30cm). The ZX1 features Wi-Fi network connectivity (in addition to Bluetooth and USB-C data transfer), allowing photographers to upload photos directly to the Web without having to first transfer images to other devices or programs. The camera will also utilize over-the-air updates to keep its software up to date without having a computer connection. The Zeiss ZX1 will be available in early 2019. Exact pricing, specs, and availability will be announced later on,” reports Peta Pixel.