Zeiss releases full-frame mirrorless with in-camera image editing

Renowned lens maker Zeiss hit the show floor at Photokina 2018 with a full-frame mirrorless camera designed for shooting, editing and sharing all from the one device. Now the ZX1 has finally gone from concept to reality. And it’s pricey.

“The concept of the Zeiss ZX1 opens up new ways in digital and connected photography,” said Jörg Schmitz, head of Zeiss Consumer Products. “The Zeiss ZX1 combines the potential and superior image quality of a full-frame camera with the mobile experience and intuitive use of smartphones for photography.”

Out front is a newly developed, non-interchangeable Distagon 35-mm f/2 T* lens that’s paired with a 37.4-megapixel full-frame (24 x 36-mm) CMOS image sensor housed within the 5.59 x 3.66 x 3.7-in (142 x 93 x 93-mm) body. The camera is reported to make use of contrast- and phase-detection autofocus and rocks ISO80 to 51,200 light sensitivity.

Around back, you’ll find a

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