Zx1 Full-Frame: Compact Camera with Light Room Built-in
- 29 Sep, 2018
Zeiss has just announced its new full frame camera the Zx1. It's the first full frame of Zeiss with a compact camera with a fixed 35mm f/2 lens. The camera consists of 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80 / 51200 that was developed by them self. The camera AF lens is perfectly made for the new sensor. It contains 8 elements in 5 groups. The minimum focal length of the camera is 11.8 inches. One of the important features of the camera is the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC is fully united into the camera, which allows the photographers to process RAW photos directly. ZX1 uses 4.3-inch multi-touch display with a pixel density of 338 ppi and above the touchscreen is a viewfinder. The camera features wifi technology that helps the photographers to directly upload the image to the web. The camera does not have a memory card slot instead it has 512 GB of internal memory which can store up to 6,800 RAW files in DNG format. The camera is capable of capturing UHD 4k at up to 30fps and full HD video up to 60 fps. The ZX1 is designed in such a format to shoot, edit and share on the fly.