The German company Zeiss introduced its first full-frame compact camera. A model called Zeiss ZX1 focuses on ease of use and is promoted under the slogan “Photographed. Processed. Laid out “(Shoot. Edit. Share). Its main highlight was the built-in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC application, which provides the ability to process photos directly on the camera and upload them directly to the Internet.
The camera is equipped with a 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with ISO 80-51200 resolution and a 35 mm f / 2 Zeiss lens with autofocus and Distagon optics. The camera is able to carry out continuous shooting at a speed of 3 frames per second and shoot 4K video at speeds up to 30 fps.
Aluminum camera body. The touchscreen has a diagonal of 4.3 inches. Previously, such screens were considered “big” even for smartphones, it is quite possible to edit photos on it. There is a built-in flash memory with a capacity of 512 GB, support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, there is a USB Type-C port. Dimensions are 142 x 93 x 46 mm, and weight with battery is about 800 grams.
The Zeiss ZX1 camera will go on sale in early 2019. The price has not yet been announced.