No camera as unique as the Zeiss ZX1 has come along in quite some time, and its fascinating combination of a high-resolution sensor and sharp 35mm lens in tandem with a large internal SSD, a built-in copy of Lightroom, and wireless sharing abilities make it a potential all-in-one solution for shooting, editing, sharing, and even backing up on the go. This great first look takes a look at what it is like to use this crazy camera.
Coming to you from Manny Ortiz, this great video takes a first look at the Zeiss ZX1 camera. The ZX1 has an array of features like a 37.4-megapixel full frame sensor, a 35mm f/2 fixed lens with a leaf shutter, an integrated 512 GB SSD (can we please get this on more cameras?), and built-in wireless capabilities, but of course, its headline feature is its built-in copy of Lightroom for producing finished photos entirely in camera. I have to say that I don't think I would enjoy editing photos on the back of my camera (at least not a lot of them), and it would be hard for me to justify the price of the ZX1, but if nothing else, it could be a first step toward the development of more powerful and capable cameras. Check out the video above for Ortiz' full thoughts.