Z CAM E1 Mini 4K Interchangeable Lens Camera (Gift Box Packaging)

Z CAM E1 Mini 4K Interchangeable Lens Camera (Gift Box Packaging)

Z CAM E1 Mini 4K Interchangeable Lens Camera (Gift Box Packaging)

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Product Highlights

  • 16MP CMOS Sensor
  • Micro Four Thirds System
  • Records 4K, UHD, and 1080p Video
  • JPEG and Raw Photos
  • Up to 15 fps Burst Shooting at 16MP
  • Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for Remote Control
  • Single, Continuous, and Zone Autofocus
  • 3D Noise Filters for Low Light Recording
  • Lightweight Magnesium Housing
  • Suitable for Drone & Aerial Photography
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Z CAM E1 overview

  • 1Description

Miniature in size yet big on performance, the Z CAM E1 is an interchangeable camera system that packs the feature-set of a mirrorless camera into a body more akin to an action camera. The E1 features an active Micro Four Thirds lens mount and a 16MP MFT Panasonic CMOS sensor that supports DCI 4K (4096 x 2160) video at 24 fps, UHD (3840 x 2160) at 30 fps, and 1080p video up to 60 fps. The camera can also shoot 16 megapixel stills in JPEG or uncompressed DNG raw formats, with full resolution burst mode shooting up to 15 fps.

In addition to physical buttons and a rear LCD screen, the camera can be remotely controlled over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth 4.0 using an iOS or Android mobile device. This lets you take advantage of the small form factor by mounting the E1 in hard-to-reach places, while still able to remotely monitor, trigger, manage content, and even power the camera from its standby mode. The E1 is constructed from a die-cast magnesium alloy body that weighs only 8.9 oz, including the 2000mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack. Its low weight and small footprint make it a compact 4K camera you can carry with you at all times, as well as being well-suited to capturing action-camera-type POV footage and mounting on UAVs for aerial photography.

Note: This Gift Box version of the camera provides you with the same exact camera and accessories but in a white outer packaging instead of black.

16 Megapixel CMOS Sensor
A 16MP MFT Panasonic CMOS sensor pairs with an Ambarella chipset to deliver the image quality and image processing required to support 4K video and 16MP raw images in a variety of lighting conditions. The camera uses advanced 3D noise filters (three selectable levels) for cleaner images in low-light environments, and offers a maximum sensitivity of ISO 25,600 in auto mode.
4K Video Recording
The E1 supports 4K (4096 x 2160) and UHD (3840 x 2160) video recording at 60 Mbps in the MOV format using H.264 compression. 4K video is recorded at 24 fps and UHD video can be recorded at 24 or 30 fps. Full HD 1080p video up to 60 fps is also supported, as well as 720p up to 240 fps for slow-motion playback. 4K video mode uses a slight crop of the sensor to provide full pixel readout for higher quality imagery with reduced moiré and aliasing. The 1080p video modes also use this crop, delivering downscaled images rather than using line skipping or pixel binning.
16 Megapixel Still Photos
More than just a 4K video camera, the E1 takes up to 16 megapixel still images in JPEG or raw DNG formats. Burst shooting modes also allow you to pair high continuous shooting rates with continuous AF. Full resolution 16 megapixel JPEG photos can be taken in bursts up to 15 fps. Additionally, interval recording is available for creating time-lapse videos.
Active MFT Lens Mount
Equipped with an active MFT lens mount, the E1 is able to take advantage of autofocus and image stabilization supported by select Olympus and Panasonic lenses. The mount also supports a growing range of manual focus MFT lenses, as well as being adaptable to virtually any modern or vintage lens using optional third-party adapters.
Continuous Autofocus
The E1's advanced focusing technology allows for continuous autofocus in both photos and video. Different sensitivity settings are available to adapt to different scenes and help you keep track of your subjects while filming. When focusing manually, the camera features an automatic, on-screen zoom preview to help you achieve optimum focus on your subject.
Built-In Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Utilizing built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, the E1 can be paired with iOS and Android mobile devices running the E1 App. Using the app, users can control, monitor, remotely trigger, and manage content. The E1 can also be powered on from the app when the camera is in Bluetooth standby mode, meaning you can fully operate the camera without needing to make physical contact with it. This is great when the camera is mounted in hard-to-reach locations. The camera can remain in standby mode for up to two weeks.
Body Design
The E1 is a versatile, compact, interchangeable lens 4K camera. Weighing just under 8.9 ounces (without a lens) and measuring only 3 x 2.2" and 2" in depth, the camera can literally fit into your pocket and can even be mounted and worn in similar ways as an action camera. The durable die-cast magnesium body is specifically designed to dissipate the heat the image processor produces when recording 4K video.
Additional Features
  • Three selectable video noise reduction levels
  • Low 200 millisecond latency when using app
  • Single, Continuous Center, and Flexible Zone autofocus modes
  • microSD/SDHC/SDXC card slot
  • Two 2000mAh rechargeable battery packs included
  • Mini-HDMI 1.4a port supports clean 1080p output
  • Micro-USB 2.0 port
  • 3.5mm mic input
  • Expansion port
  • DC power input for external power source (5V, 2A)
In the Box
Z CAM E1 Mini 4K Interchangeable Lens Camera (Gift Box Packaging)
  • 2 x 2000mAh Lithium-ion Battery Packs
  • Battery Charger
  • Body Cap
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Z CAM E1 specs

    Imaging
    Lens Mount Micro Four Thirds (active)
    Camera Format Micro Four Thirds (2x 35mm crop factor)
    Sensor Panasonic MN34230
    Processor Ambarella A9A75 chipset
    ISO Sensitivity Max. 25,600 (auto)
    Video
    Resolutions & Frame Rates 4096 x 2160 / 24 fps
    3840 x 2160 / 24, 25, 30 fps
    2880 x 2160 / 24, 25, 30 fps
    1920 x 1920 / 24, 25, 30 fps
    1920 x 1440 / 24, 25, 30 fps
    1920 x 1080 / 24, 25, 30, 50, 60 fps
    1280 x 720 / 50, 60, 240 fps
    840 x 480 / 25, 30 fps
    Video Encoder H.264 high profile
    File Format .MOV
    Bitrate 60 Mb/s (4K / UHD)
    Audio Encoder AAC
    Photo
    Resolution 16 MP (4640 x 3480)
    12 MP (4000 x 3000)
    8 MP (3260 x 2448)
    5 MP (2592 x 1944)
    File Formats JPEG (DCF, EXIF)
    RAW (Uncompressed DNG)
    JPEG Compression Quality Settings Super Fine, Fine, Basic
    Burst Rate 15 fps at 16 MP
    Shutter Speed 1/8000 sec (maximum)
    Focus Control
    Autofocus Single
    Continuous Center
    Flexible Zone
    Display
    Type LCD
    Resolution 320 x 240
    Connectivity
    USB Micro-USB 2.0
    HDMI Mini-HDMI 1.4a (clean video output up to 1080p60)
    Microphone Input 3.5 mm
    Wi-Fi 802.11n
    200 ms latency
    Bluetooth Bluetooth Low Energy (4.0)
    DC Power Input 5 V, 2 A
    General
    Media Storage microSD/SDHC/SDXC
    Tripod Mounting Thread 1/4"-20
    Battery 2000 mAh lithium-ion
    Body Material Magnesium alloy
    Dimensions 3 x 2.2 x 2" (7.52 x 5.61 x 5.025 cm)
    Weight Body Only: 7.4 oz (210 g) Battery: 1.5 oz (42 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.6 x 6.5 x 2.4"

    Z CAM E1 reviews

    E1 Mini 4K Interchangeable Lens Camera (Gift Box Packaging) is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 18.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not great but ok compare to my gh4 and gx85 , 1. built quality is ok but not premium feel like panasonic or olympus. 2. video quality is ok but need to play around to get max out. default setting was over exposure and need to find perfect� setting for your need. it still noticeable different quality compare to my other camera. it may attribute by limited bit rate. 3.Battery drain quickly and if you want for travel camera, two battery wornt be enough. 4.nice size . it can be good second camera but not main . limited bit rate can be benefit for some ppl.� Bottom line. It's quirky camera for someone� who already have many m4/3 lenses and play around.
    Date published: 2018-04-15
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from I used it for 3 wonderful hours A fun little camera. I don't recommend using without a stabilizer. (super jumpy due to it's size) recording 4k the batteries lasted 1.25-1.5hrs each. BTW, the sensor looked GREAT! But then... after I went to recharge and fire it up, it was completely dead. I tried everything online forums suggested and searched the manual. nothing....
    Date published: 2018-03-01
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting camera but not sure if it is a good one... I purchased this as part of a project to develop fully controllable cameras for underwater use, especially ones that can be controlled over USB rather than Wi-Fi. This camera fits the bill and I have it working nicely over a raspberry pi zero using the Ethernet over USB. So that side is good to very good. What is less sure is the image quality which seems to be Ok but not fully tested and just how robust it is. Still to test this part. So... the camera is unique and so full marks to the company for developing it, if they can evolve this then it might just be fantastic although they seem to be going into small sensor video cameras so not sure about that. Officially interesting if not great!
    Date published: 2018-07-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from How to control multiple Z-CAM E1s To control two or more Z-CAMs E1 with one Android app you must make sure each Z-CAM E1 has a unique SSID The problem is means to change the SSID is highly obscured. It is not in the menus on the camera itself. On the Android app its placement is highly misleading. To get to it you need to do the following after the Android app and the camera are connected via WiFi (Camera Firmware rev30 and Android app 1.8) 1) Go to "Control" 2) Press the settings icon near the bottom of the Control screen - not the settings icon on the top right 3) Under the "Image" section go to "Other" (last line). Why they have the camera general settings in the "Image" section is beyond me - that is what is misleading. 4) Press the current SSID Note! You cannot change the whole SSID. The SSID will be something like "Z-CAM-EAGLE-C2" or "Z-CAM-EAGLE-FD". You can only change the part after "Z-CAM-" and Before "-FD" or "-C2" (the suffix may vary by camera). So I changed my SSID on my two Z-CAM's to... Z-CAM-JJK01-C2 Z-CAM-JJK02-FD ...and when the 3rd one comes in I just ordered it will be... Z-CAM-JJK03-?? Now I can easily control all 3 cameras from the android app. Given I have now purchased 3 of them I am very happy with them. However the Android app is missing 2 key features... 1) A means to set the f-stop 2) A means to adjust the focus. I have to set the camera into auto focus and then when focused set the camera to manual focus to lock the focus. It would be much better to have the app provide the same functionality the "up arrow" on the camera when in manual focus mode.
    Date published: 2018-02-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A very unique camera that can produce great results. This is my second E1 and I've been producing a fair bit of YouTube content with it. The first thing I'd say about it is that it is one of the most unique cameras I've ever used. The second thing I'd say about it is that it isn't going to suit everyone. The main reason why I have one is because I want the smallest highest quality camera rig for filming interview type stuff. I use it for travelling very light, If I use it based on a pistol grip I can get away with breaking it down into my pockets, this includes various microphone options. I had been using GoPro and Yi action cameras for this particular use but found them lacking in many areas. Not that there's anything wrong with GoPro and Yi, but my use wasn't for action footage but rather doc, interview shooting. It would be very fair to say that the E1 has many faults, even with the latest firmware. It lacks many visual aids for exposure, there is no audio monitoring, its auto functions are quite hit or miss, the UI isn't particularly friendly and forgetting that it has an SD card inserted is a biggie. But it's not all doom and gloom. Its expanded focus assist is enough to get good manual focus and once you are used to a particular manual lens and its settings for exposure and focus, the E1 becomes a very capable acquisition tool for interview and doc type stuff. If you have a steady hand or go out with a light weight, or small tripod. You can get high quality footage with dialogue, especially in confined spaces or in scenarios where you simply can't take a usual shooting rig. Again, once you're used to pairing it with certain lenses and are familiar with their setup, usually done with a lot of test settings etc. The E1 can also become a great second camera for wide and establishing synced shots. There are obviously many other uses that benefit from a small camera, especially for those used to being creative with their kit and setups. It's probably also fair to say that those who would gravitate naturally to the E1, are those used to doing things manually in video and film. If you are used to mainly using automatic functions, especially on the fly video recording where fast auto focus is the only way to get the shot. Then it's also probably just as equally as fair to say that the E1 may not be a solution. From what I understand about the history of the E1, it seems that it was always very misunderstood as to what type of camera it is. Contrary to what some may think and to the way some have described it in reviews, it definitely is not an action camera, much in the same way that an action camera isn't the same as an E1. While both are capable of doing a certain amount of each others jobs, they both have very different primary functionality. This is why, I think, the E1 has slipped through the cracks and become very overlooked. That, and a pretty chequered history of UI and software problems. Would I have bought the E1 at its original price and with its history of issues? Definitely not. But at its current price and forewarning of its shortcomings, it is not only a great bargain but a truly unique camera that can find a niche in certain shooting scenarios where I doubt it would have any competition. Regardless of if the E1 sees anymore firmware updates past the present version 0.30, which I sincerely hope it does. If you think it would suit certain shooting scenarios you have, I wouldn't wait around, I'd buy one. It is easily capable of very high picture quality when paired with a good lens, as is the case with many cameras. While its video bitrate is on the low side, especially for UHD and 4K, 60Mb/s. This is not an issue for locked off shots or shots without much movement, as is the case for most talking head type stuff or typical interview and doc shots. It also shoots 24FPS as opposed to the NTSC derived 23.976FPS rate and also shoots double speed at 1080 for both PAL and NTSC, 50FPS and 59.94FPS, which is great for temporally correct half speed slow motion. A tip for anyone wanting to use it for interviews, docs and vlogging etc. The audio input is a stereo line input, not a mic input. As such, it will neither power an ECM/lav or do any pre-amplification. You would need to use an external microphone preamp that supplies power wherever required. Or use a self powered microphone that has a fairly high pre-amplified output. This applies to all microphone types, lavs or handheld/boomed, or dynamics or condensers. The audio uses a fairly high compression rate with the AAC codec, 128Kb/s I think. While not as good as an uncompressed option, it is fine for dialogue. The audio input stage is also free from dynamics processing. I've attached a picture of my hand held interview rig. This can breakdown into pockets, no need for a kit bag, and can be set up in less than a minute. A plate can also be attached to the bottom of the pistol grip for easy tripod use. I also have other smaller configurations that use less hardware, especially with lavs. If I had to sum up the Z Cam E1 in three words, they'd be. Tiny, Unique and Awesome....... Cheers, Dave.
    Date published: 2018-07-30
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Just starting out with the E1 I received the E1 as a holiday gift. Since I have an investment in Olympus it was a natural choice for video (I got to choose it and cost was big factor.) We went out of town for a week to a resort in Santa Fe, NM and I took the E1 to get to know it.� All the focus problems were as noted in other reviews.� Manual focus was the order of the day.� I used a stock Oly 14-42 mm lens for all the tests.� The JPEG stills were extremely good using manual and auto (when it worked) focus.� The videos on manual were good as far as I can tell...no real 4K playback capability or conversion software.� I also have a nagging concern that the Sandisk Extreme (60MBps) are not fast enough for the 4K video as I had some pixel blocking in play back and a dropout or two in a three minute video, but this may be playback software issue.� Will revise as I get more data: New Extreme Pro microSDcard and 25mm prime lens on order.
    Date published: 2017-12-31
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from IT'S NOT AN ACTION CAMERA! (and that's why I love it) I saw this camera go on a major sale, quite some time ago, from the original price of $699 to $249 and it caught my eye. I researched as much as I could, watching and reading reviews for well over a year. Just about everyone had the same complaints...no internal stabilization, a bit bulky, auto focus wasn't reliable, and poor image quality. HOWEVER, from time to time, I would run across some really beautiful test footage that made me realize, most people are probably using it for the wrong reasons. It is NOT an action camera! I have a GoPro Hero 4 Black but have never really gotten the greatest footage from it. No matter how bright it was outside or the settings I used in low-light situations, I could not get a really usable image. It was never as good as the promotional videos or commercials for the exact same model, coming out a bit muddy in the fine details or unable to color grade it exactly the way I wanted. And the fisheye...I absolutely HATE the fisheye! Distortion removal never quite fixes it. But then again, I'm probably using the GoPro for the wrong things...or just not able to wrap my head around the settings. After going back and forth over it, I finally decided it was time to give the Z CAM E1 a try. It just so happened, I had the perfect use for it. It's great for a stationary, locked off shot where you might need a tiny/low-profile camera...such as a backstage/side-stage camera at a live performance, which I use it for. It's only slightly bigger than a GoPro, and significantly smaller than a GH4 (see photo)...I could see this being used for specialty shots from inside cabinets, refrigerators, under car hoods, or other hard-to-reach places. It fits nicely in my camera bag along with my GH4, G7, and GX85 and I have had no problems using my Lumix and Olympus MFT lenses. That's not to say it isn't without flaws. The wi-fi app (I'm using it on Android devices) isn't perfect by any means...but I can get the job done. In order to remotely focus, it seems you have to set the camera in auto focus, with continuous AF turned off, and then use the manual focus feature on the app to fine-tune. There is no focus peaking, but it does zoom in to help with focus, but that's not entirely helpful on the tiny LCD, and the app display is better for framing than focus. Battery life shooting 4K with both wi-fi and bluetooth turned off was about an hour and fifteen minutes. I have ordered a USB to DC cable to try powering from an external battery bank for longer run times. Which brings me to another slight annoyance...the micro USB is not usable for power. But it does have a mini-HDMI port and a curious I/O (expansion) port that I have no clue what to do with. Some of the features are annoying to locate. I had to download the online manual to learn how to review videos and photos (which do not play back with sound from the camera) and there is no headphone jack. But let's face it, this isn't something that's going to replace a RED Scarlet. Overall, if used correctly with a decent lens, you can't go wrong for the price. Just know what you are getting and how you can utilize it before buying and you won't be disappointed. I'm certainly not...and will be adding a second one to my kit soon!
    Date published: 2018-07-04
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from See reviews for Standard, Black Packaging! Same camera different packaging. I bought that packaging and returned it, Do not know about shooting photos, I wanted it to shot video. Very disappointed. Auto focus is useless. Audio is non existent (no audio without an external mike, no power on jack, no usable sound with any of the three powered mikes I tried). No way to mount a mike to the camera (so you need some type of rig defeating its size). I found no way to review what was shot in camera. No manual or information available (included manual is a joke). If mounted on a frame can not access battery/memory card compartment. Now way to shutoff focus magnification in manual focus mode, truly envying! I wish I had received one that work like those who gave it 4 or 5 stars. I wanted to give it 1 star but I did not since I never tried the photo mode.
    Date published: 2018-04-10
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