Zeiss’ full-frame compact camera goes on pre-order for $6,000

Zeiss’ full-body compact ZX1 compact full-body digicam debuted in 2018 with created-in Lightroom CC and other unconventional features, but we have scarcely heard a peep about it considering that. Now, the digicam has abruptly long gone on pre-buy for $6,000 at B&H Photo, virtually two years immediately after it was supposed to go on sale (via DPReview).

The ZX1 has superior-end specs for a compact, which includes a 37.four-megapixel sensor, 35mm fastened Zeiss Distagon F/2 lens, 255 region autofocus (B&H Photo does not specify which type) and a four.three-inch 1,280 x 720 pixel display screen. You can use the latter to run a version of Adobe Lightroom CC, nevertheless you’ll need to have a subscription if you want to share edited photos to a desktop application, in accordance to the Q&A. It also will come with a WiFi, Bluetooth and a USB Type-C interface so you can transfer and and upload your documents to cloud companies.

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