512 GB is an interesting innovation. I seldom shoot more than 2-3,000 shots in a session so if I could down load and recharge simultaneously that would be great. No need to cards, never buffer out till I have 6800 shoots.
Then again I like to keep my cards as final backup till I get home
isn't lightroom mobile free?
i'm more interested in the other hardware attached to that sensor..it must be some mid-high end smartphone hardware inside with some very light OS that boots really fast and directly starts the camera app inside lightroom..
I instantly want one. Willing to bet heavily that lens matched with the sensor perfectly will produce absolutely wonderful files. I think many are missing the point here, this is the most exciting thing in recent news.
interesting, how perception and preferences are different.
myself i would not even touch with a pole-stick a huge-bodied, absurdly expensive, single focal length camera android smartphone with cell/LTE connection removed, a severly castrated user interface, and running a single app only, which happens to be from Adobe.
Sorry for Zeiss, their camera is certainly excellent, but I'd prefer by far the more versatile Leica Q2!
The Zeiss is far to heavy for a single-lens camera, and will certainly cost a fortune. Maybe real experts like the Kardashians or Justin Bieber will buy a few...