Lightroom CC is now officially part of the full-frame Zeiss ZX1 camera.
Zeiss has unveiled its first-ever digital camera, the ZX1 compact and the company is teaming up with Adobe to build Lightroom CC into the camera. It has a full-frame 37.4-megapixel sensor and a fixed 35mm f/2.0 T* lens, putting it into the exclusive company with Sony's RX1 and the Leica Q.
Zeiss’s ZX1 has 512GB of built-in storage and is minimal in its design, it features dials on the top to control ISO and shutter speed, and a manual aperture ring on the lens. There only appears to be one physical button on the back and the rest of the controls can be accessed digitally via its 4.3-inch touchscreen.
The camera supports built-in WI-FI, Bluetooth, and USB-C connections and the camera can shoot at 3fps, with video at 4K 30fps, and full HD at up to 60 fps. Zeiss said it will arrive in early 2019, but there's no word on pricing yet.
In the meantime, you can have a look at the Zeiss ZX1 camera in action, below.