Some time ago, the Zeiss ZX1 full-frame camera appeared on the e-commerce sales page, but it was quickly removed. This two-year-old camera was even more confusing. However, according to Nokishita news, Zeiss will release the new machine at 19:00 (Japan time) on October 29.
Zeiss ZX1 is a very distinctive fixed-lens full-frame digital camera, released in September 2018, equipped with a Distagon T* 35mm f/2 lens, the lens barrel has an aperture ring and a cylindrical lens hood , The closest focusing distance is 30cm, a 37.4 million pixel full-frame CMOS sensor is used, the sensitivity is ISO 80–51200, and it supports video shooting, up to 4K/30P or 1080P/60P video, with 255 focus areas, the highest The continuous shooting speed is only 3FPS. In terms of body design, ZX1 does not have an obvious handle like ordinary SLR and mirrorless cameras.
The whole body has a certain curvature. The body and the handle are integrated. The top of the body has a shutter and sensitivity dial. A 0.7-inch electronic viewfinder, a 4.34-inch capacitive touch screen with a resolution of 1280x720. The size is much larger than the mainstream 3.2-inch screen. It has a built-in 512GB storage space, a non-expandable memory card, and a 3190mAh capacity battery. The weight is 800g and the volume is 142×93×46mm. ZX1 runs Android system most, and cooperates with Adobe, built-in Lightroom CC software. According to Nokishita news, Zeiss will release the ZX1 at 19:00 on October 29th, Japan time, priced at 6000 USD/6000 Euro. Considering the news released by Nokishita, the accuracy should be 100%.