German brand Zeiss has unveiled the ZX1 compact, its first ever digital camera. Key specifications of the new model include a 37.4-megapixel sensor and a fixed 35mm f/2.0 T* lens, as well as a distinctive design of yellow lettering on the black lens and dials. However, it is the inclusion of Adobe’s Lightroom CC that is the stand-out notable feature of the camera.
With the program built-in to the ZX1, users are able to shoot, edit and share images all from the camera. In a video explaining how this function will work — which you can watch below — an interface on the side of the screen brings up the Lightroom adjustments including cropping, exposure and contrast. Through this interface, images can then be uploaded to Dropbox.
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