Zeiss has announced a substantial firmware update for its $6,000 Android-powered ZX1 camera that adds face-detection autofocus, an updated version of Adobe Lightroom and more. The best part is, firmware version 1.4 for the ZX1 is available to download directly to the camera over Wi-Fi.
The first new feature Zeiss notes is face-detection autofocus, which works in both Single and Continuous AF shooting modes.
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