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Zeiss announces the ZX1, a full frame, fixed lens camera

The perfect travel camera?
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Looks like Zeiss had the last word at the Photokina tradeshow as the optics company has announced the ZX1, a full frame, fixed lens camera. The camera will feature a newly developed 35mm f/2 Distagon lens and a brand-new, Zeiss-developed 37.4-megapixel sensor. The body will be constructed out of aluminum and it will also feature a 4.3" multi-touch display, 512GB of onboard storage, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, USB-C, and wait for it...Adobe Lightroom built right into the camera. 

The Zeiss ZX1 will be available in early 2019.

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