Zeiss ZX1, your compact full-frame camera is finally available

Zeiss is a company that some of you may be familiar with when it comes to camera lenses, especially those found on Sony cameras or the lenses of some Nokia smartphones. However, in 2018 the company announced its first compact full-frame camera, the Zeiss ZX1. Now, more than two years after its announcement, the camera is finally available for pre-order.

We have no idea why it took Zeiss so long to bring the ZX1 to market and, more importantly, if it still has a place in the market, a long time has passed and it seems to be inundated. full. companies like Nikon and Canon. However, if you’re interested, it’s available for pre-order from B&H Photo, where it’ll cost something like $ 6,000.

For those who have already forgotten or never heard of the Zeiss ZX1, this is a camera with a new full-frame sensor designed by the company itself. This is a fixed lens camera with a Zeiss Distagon f / 2 35mm lens. It has a 255-zone autofocus system, a 4.3 inch screen on the back and one of its unique features is that it runs a full version of Adobe Lightroom CC, in the camera itself.

Zeiss ZX1 is finally on pre-order

In 2018, Zeiss said that customers who buy the camera won’t need to sign up for Adobe’s CC subscription program if they want to use the program, but if they want to share the edited footage from the camera. camera on the desktop, they will need a subscription. There is no mention of when the camera will actually reach users, but note that pre-orders have already started.


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