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Photokina 2018: ZEISS announces ZX1 Full-Frame mirrorless camera with Adobe Lightroom built-in!

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The first mirrorless full frame camera from ZEISS uses Android based OS to run Adobe Lightroom so you can shoot, edit and share on the internet directly from the device!
Photokina 2018: ZEISS announces ZX1 Full-Frame mirrorless camera with Adobe Lightroom built-in!
The ZEISS branding is visible on the body and on the lens!

Designed to shoot, edit and share, the new ZEISS ZX1 Full-Frame compact fixed lens mirrorless camera features a newly designed, fully integrated ZEISS Distagon 35 F2 with autofocus on a 37.4 MP full frame sensor that was designed in-house (but produced by Sony).

The camera is able to shoot No distortion even in RAW. ISO range is from 80 to 51,200 with a mechanical shutter speeds of 1/8000th of a second to 30 seconds.


It features a unique user interface that supports the users unique workflow and integrates Adobe Lightroom CC but without interrupting the user by giving access to frequently used functions on the 4.3-inch 1280 x 720 touch display. The electronic view finder on the other hand sports a 0.74x magnification with 1920 x 1080 OLED panel.
at the back is the electronic viewfinder, the display, hot shoe mount, buttons and dials!
At the back is the electronic viewfinder, the display, hot shoe mount, buttons and dials!

It has no memory card slot but has a 512GB SSD built in that holds up to 6,800 DNG RAW files or 50,000 JPEGs. It also can connect via USB Type-C, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and upload your images to the internet to share and to back-up to the cloud from in-camera.

It shoots 4K up to 30 fps and 1080p up to 60 fps video and features a 3,190mAh battery. It has a mic and speaker but has no built-in flash.


Availability is in early 2019 and there is no word on pricing yet.

What do you guys think, will you be getting one?

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