Zeiss ZX1 officially listed: priced at 40,000, built-in PS Lightroom software
On October 29, the Zeiss ZX1 full-frame fixed-lens camera was officially launched, but only for the US and German markets. The price is also staggering, as high as $6,000, much more expensive than its old rival Leica.
Zeiss ZX1 was released as early as September 2018, yes, two years ago. This camera uses an unusual fixed lens, and built-in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software, you can directly edit photos.
Zeiss ZX1 is equipped with Distagon T* 35mm f/2 lens, the lens barrel has an aperture ring and a cylindrical lens hood, and the closest focusing distance is 30cm.
It is equipped with a 37.4 million pixel full-frame CMOS sensor with a sensitivity of ISO 80-51200 and supports video shooting. It can shoot up to 4K/30P or 1080P/60P video. It has 255 focus areas and the highest connection The shooting speed is only 3FPS.
In terms of fuselage design, ZX1 is also very unique. There is no obvious handle, and the entire fuselage has a curvature. The top of the fuselage has a shutter and a sensitivity dial, a 0.7-inch electronic viewfinder, a 4.34-inch capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 1280×720, which is much larger than the mainstream 3.2-inch screen, a built-in 512GB SSD, and a 3190mAh capacity battery The weight is 800g and the volume is 142*93*46mm.
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