Is this perhaps the first mirrorless camera that has a proper half-stop-indent shutter speed dial? Great. Not too many of these out there, mirrorless or not. Leica M, that one Panasonic 4/3 DSLR, and now Zeiss ZX1.
Ooh, and a dedicated ISO dial. I do wonder what's exactly the rationale to have shutter speeds in half stops and ISO in third stops. Doesn't make any sense if you ask me. Then again, Leica M240 is guilty of the same design mishap.
Ideally the system should be unified in either half or third stops so that you can maintain your exposure, shift changes effortlessly.
Sorry people who resort to automatic exposure programs are screaming for lack of a physical exposure comp dial but REAL PHOTOGRAPHERS appreciate good tools to maintain a manual exposure.
All in all, this Zeiss design has some really bold choices in it.