Holding it in the hand is like nothing else. When I first grabbed it, it reminded me (slightly) of the X1D and much nicer than the Sony RX1R II I had. It’s definitely meatier than the Sony A7R II as well. The slight curve to the body is a dream and fits the hand really well. Raw photos are a dream (even in beta) – a feel that’s really approaching medium format for me. There was something special about the look from this camera. You’ll see once I can share something, though I don’t think I can legally share them at this time (until off a production model). But I’m check with Zeiss legal on that.
I haven’t heard anything on pricing, so we’ll let Zeiss announce that at release. More to come once I have the final version in my hands. Feel free to ask any questions and I’ll answer what I can within the rules of the NDA.
- 37.4MP Full-Frame CMOS Sensor
- ZEISS Distagon T* 35mm f/2 Lens
- Leaf Shutter and Physical Exposure Dials
- 0.74x Full HD OLED Electronic Viewfinder
- 4.34″ Touchscreen LCD with Tool Bar
- ISO 80-51200, 3 fps Continuous Shooting
- Integrated Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC
- Built-In Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
- Internal 512GB SSD Storage
- USB Type-C Terminal
You can see the full specifications at B&H.