ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera which integrates Adobe Lightroom

ZEISS ZX1

ZEISS, A German manufacturer well known for optical systems and medical devices has newly developed a in-house ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera which integrates Adobe Lightroom. 

ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera which integrates Adobe Lightroom
ZEISS ZX1 – Main Screen

With features that cross between a dedicated camera and a smartphone, the body of the Zeiss ZX1 also looks like a mix of the two types of tech. The back is dominated by the 4.3-inch touchscreen next to controls that change based on the camera’s mode. To keep the controls separate from the touchscreen, the screen bends back a bit. The bend at the back also helps make the grip a bit larger. The camera body also houses a mode dial and shutter speed dial, along with an electronic viewfinder. The larger screen most of the other physical controls are missing, however.

ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera which integrates Adobe Lightroom
ZEISS ZX1 – Side

Zeiss is making both the lens and sensor for the ZX1, allowing the optics and the sensor to be specially calibrated to work together. This, Zeiss says, offers “first-class image quality.” The 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor is paired with a Zeiss Distagon 35mm f/2 T* lens built-in. The camera is also the first full-frame model from Zeiss, a company that is best known for its optics.

The ZX1 has Adobe Lightroom CC built in, Photographers can edit the images with the popular RAW photo editor using the built-in 4.3-inch touchscreen. It has no slot for memory card Instead, it has 512 gigabytes of built-in memory stores up to 6,800 RAW images, and moreover these images can be shared wirelessly via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, or wired over USB-C.

ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera which integrates Adobe Lightroom
ZEISS ZX1 – Front

With all the resources used for an in-house development, it’s hard to imagine that this won’t be the first in a series of models. ZEISS will announce pricing closer to launch, but some sources have already noted that comparable cameras retail for about $3,000 or above.

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