The Zeiss ZX1 price tag will be $6,000, as the full-frame mirrorless camera becomes available for pre-order.
Announced two years ago in September 2018, the Zeiss ZX1 boasts a 37.4-megapixel full-frame CMOS sensor and comes with a Zeiss Distagon T* 35mm f/2 lens.
The Zeiss ZX1 can record 4K video at up to 30p, along with stills at 3fps in burst mode. Other features include a native sensitivity range of ISO 80 to 51,200.
There’s also a 4.3-inch touchscreen LCD and a Full HD EVF offering 0.74x magnification. Microphone and headphone jacks are also on-board.
Zeiss has also integrated Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC editing capabilities directly on the camera.
You can pre-order the Zeiss ZX1 at retailers such as B&H Photo Video.
Zeiss ZX1 release date
The Zeiss ZX1 release date will be 29 October, according to reports. The Japanese website Nokoshita, which often breaks news on new cameras, has said the full-frame ZX1 will be officially announced around 7pm Japansese time.
The Zeiss ZX1 release date will come just more than two years after the company’s first mirrorless camera was announced in September 2018.
Via Photo Rumors