The Zeiss ZX1 Camera embodies the photography company’s philosophy of “Shoot, Edit, Share.” The ZX1 is built around the full-frame 37.4MP CMOS sensor. The CMOS sensor allows shooting at up to 3 fps and can capture high-resolution stills or 4K video. It also has a broad sensitivity range of ISO 80-51200, allowing for shooting in a multitude of lighting conditions. The ZX1 also features Zeiss’s Distagon T* 35mm f/2 prime lens, which delivers a wide-angle field of view so that you can take pictures of everything from landscapes to portraits.
Photographers will also appreciate the high-resolution OLED viewfinder as well as the large 4.3 inch rear touchscreen. That rear screen makes possible better image navigation as well as in-camera image editing, accomplished through an integrated Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC suite. The camera’s version of Lightroom easily syncs with your computer’s version as well, making editing on either simpler. The camera’s bend-in-the-middle design makes it easy to find the touch-sensitive toolbar when you’re editing.
And when it comes to sharing, the camera comes equipped with several connectivity options, from built-in Wi-Fi with NFC to Bluetooth and even a USB Type-C connector, which can be used to port images to an external hard drive, share a live view of your images to an additional screen, or connect to an external battery pack. You can even store images onboard with the built-in 512GB SSD.
The Zeiss ZX1 has everything you need to shoot, edit, and share your images—now you just need to start finding subjects.