More reports that Zeiss has existed the photography industry

The Phoblographer found more reports online that Zeiss has existed the photography industry - something I wrote about a year ago:

Flashback: Zeiss has still not announced any new photography lenses in 3 years

The latest source is a forum discussion at Fred Miranda:

"I just received confirmation today from the Zeiss Australian distributor, that Zeiss has exited the stills lens business: Batis, Loxia etc and even their filter range has been discontinued. End of an era."

Zeiss lenses are still available for sale at Adorama, Amazon, and B&H.

The Zeiss ZX1 camera was also discontinued a few months ago:

RIP Zeiss ZX1: the 37.4MP $6,000 full-frame fixed lens camera nobody wanted

Zeiss is building its first factory in China

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