Today, Zeiss has announced an intriguing new full-frame digital camera—ZEISS ZX1 Digital Camera, featuring a fixed ZEISS Distagon 35mm f/2 T* lens sitting in front of a Zeiss-developed 37.4MP sensor. This camera has been designed from the base up as a machine that allows you to capture, edit, and share your images easily without plugging into a computer and post-processing at home. This new camera costs $6,000, first available for pre-order at B&H. Read More »
Zeiss today has officially announced a new full frame mirrorless compact camera ZX1, and a new lens Batis 40mm f/2 CF FE lens. The Zeiss ZX1 comes with a 37.4MP full-frame image sensor, fixed 35mm Distagon F2 lens and a huge 4.3″ touchscreen with a resolution of 1280×720 pixels to augment its physical controls. Zeiss has also teamed up with Adobe to offer full Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC capability in the camera itself. It’s designed to allow you to shoot, edit and share on the fly.