Old 09-30-2018   #121
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6800 RAW, and over 50,000 JPGs. Seems sufficient for most, but won't be surprised to hear someone say it is inadequate for a day's saturation bombing mission.
the thought of dealing with that many files makes me feel ill

forgive me for repeating myself but... does anyone know if you can tag and caption in lightroom CC?
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Old 09-30-2018   #122
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the thought of dealing with that many files makes me feel ill

forgive me for repeating myself but... does anyone know if you can tag and caption in lightroom CC?
Yes unless that function is removed for the camera platform.
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Old 04-04-2019   #123
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So where is it? Is it vaporware?
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"So where is it? Is it vaporware?"

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No exposure compensation dial and this?:

Does this camera use a leaf shutter?

Yes, it’s mechanically controlled up to 1/1000, and electronic will let you go to higher shutter speeds, using the toolbar [on the rear screen].
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Old 04-04-2019   #126
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Lol.

Good old DPR: "We don't know how well the sensor or lens will perform, but it's a safe bet that image quality will far exceed the abilities of even the best smartphones and likely also popular sub full-frame compact cameras such as Fujifilm's X100-Series and Ricoh's GR line."


For $3500ish it better.
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It's coming close to a year since the last post. Can we say that the ZX1 is now vaporware? It's a bit of a shame as the concept is pretty cool.
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It could really represent the next level for serious photography. Too bad it is nowhere to be found.
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