The Leica Q2 is an advanced compact camera characterized by its updated sensor design and intuitive operation. Revolving around a revised full-frame 47.3MP CMOS sensor and Maestro II image processor, high-resolution stills shooting is possible along with both DCI and UHD 4K video recording. The added resolution also affords a series of unique Crop Modes, which simulate working with longer focal length lenses, including 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm fields of view. Additionally, a macro setting permits working with subjects as close as 6.7″ away. A high-resolution 3.68MP OLED electronic viewfinder is featured for fluid and clear eye-level monitoring and a rear 3.0″ 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD also affords straightforward playback and settings control. this lens incorporates three aspherical elements to control distortion and spherical aberrations for sharp and accurate rendering. Its fast f/1.7 maximum aperture also excels in low-light conditions and offers improved control over depth of field. Extending its versatility, a dedicated macro focusing position can also be used for working with subjects as close as 6.7″ away. Rear 3.0″ 1.04m-dot LCD features a touchscreen design for intuitive navigation and playback, as well as the ability to touch to focus. Adoption of the BP-SCL4 battery, as used with the SL (Typ 601) mirrorless camera, affords an improved 370 shots per charge and the battery’s physical design incorporates a rubber gasket to further reinforce the overall weather sealing. Accepts one SD-type memory card and supports the UHS-II protocol. Additionally, Bluetooth LE helps to maintain a permanent connection between the mobile device and the camera, enabling remote waking of the camera and automatic connection anytime within range.
Leica D-Lux 7 is a svelte, compact camera characterized by its large sensor design, versatile lens, and sleek styling. The 17MP Four Thirds MOS sensor offers impressive performance with a sensitivity range up to ISO 25600 along with an 11-fps continuous shooting rate and UHD 4K30p video recording to suit multimedia shooting applications in a variety of conditions. his lens also utilizes optical image stabilization to minimize the appearance of camera shake in order to realize sharper handheld imagery. These assets are backed up by built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, which work in conjunction with the Leica FOTOS app for seamless wireless sharing as well as remote camera control from a linked iOS or Android device. These assets are backed up by built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, which work in conjunction with the Leica FOTOS app for seamless wireless sharing as well as remote camera control from a linked iOS or Android device. The sensor’s design, with 21.77MP total resolution, also supports working in multiple aspect ratios—4:3, 3:2, 16:9, and 1:1—while maintaining the same field of view. Additionally, also benefiting working in difficult lighting, optical image stabilization minimizes the appearance of camera shake to help render sharper handheld images. Utilizing the D-Lux 7’s video recording capabilities, a trio of still shooting modes are available for recording continuous 8MP stills at a 30-fps shooting rate: Rear 3.0″ 1.24m-dot LCD features a touchscreen design for intuitive menu navigation, image playback, and for selecting AF points while shooting. Built-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, when used in conjunction with the Leica FOTOS app for iOS and Android, permits sharing imagery directly to a linked mobile device and also enables remote control over the D-Lux 7 and remote shooting via a live view image.
The black chrome Leica M10-P is a digital rangefinder camera that blends enhanced still imaging capabilities with an updated, pared-down appearance as well as the quietest shutter of any film or digital M-series camera. Utilizing a redeveloped 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor and Maestro II image processor, the M10-P yields high-resolution imagery with an extended dynamic range, high sensitivity to ISO 50000, and a continuous shooting rate of 5 fps. Also contributing to durability, the top and bottom plates are constructed from brass and the chassis is built from magnesium alloy to realize a robust physical construction for long-lasting use. Taking the M10 to more inconspicuous places, the M10-P is a sleek evolution of the pared-down, simple camera system. The M10-P is also characterized by a rear touchscreen LCD, for intuitive settings and playback control; a built-in level gauge, for perfectly aligning compositions in-camera; and the omission of the front red dot, for a more unobtrusive appearance. The optical viewfinder is a large, bright-line 0.73x-magnification rangefinder with automatic parallax compensation and bright-line frame lines, which are set to match the image sensor size at a focusing distance of 6.6′. The rangefinder mechanism displays split or superimposed bright field images within the center of the viewfinder to benefit accurate manual focusing control. 3.0″ 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD provides an intuitive means for image playback as well as live view shooting. Top and bottom plates are machined from solid blocks of brass and the chassis is built from magnesium alloy for a truly durable, hard-wearing physical construction. When working in live view, focus peaking is available to highlight edges of contrast for easier, more precise manual focus adjustment.
The Leica Q-P is a sleek digital camera featuring impressive imaging and optical attributes. Revolving around a full-frame 24.2MP CMOS sensor, along with a Maestro II image processor, the Q-P is capable of recording high-resolution stills and Full HD video with a broad ISO 100-50000 sensitivity range. In terms of the camera’s physical design, it features a high-resolution 3.68MP LCOS electronic viewfinder for impressively bright, clear eye-level viewing and there is also a rear 3.0″ 1.04m-dot touchscreen LCD for intuitive playback and control. Additionally, the Q-P has a redesigned shutter release and On/Off switch that offers improved tactility, similar to that of M and CL-series cameras. The image processor also affords a fast continuous shooting of 10 fps for up to 60 consecutive frames in a burst as well as Full HD 1080p video recording at up to 60 fps. Also, for manual focus applications, focus peaking and live view zoom options are available. The lens’s physical design also includes both physical aperture and focusing rings for intuitive handling, and a dedicated Macro position on the focus ring lets you work with subjects as close as 6.7″ away. Rear thumb rest pairs with the diamond-patterned body-wrap pattern for a supremely comfortable and secure grip over the camera.
The Silver Leica Q (Typ 116) Digital Camera wields a full-frame 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor within its exceptionally portable, and beautiful, body. Also, the camera utilizes a Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens to allow users to dramatically separate the subject from the background as well as work in difficult light conditions. Further, the Q (Typ 116) has a built-in 3.68-megapixel LCOS electronic viewfinder which provides a live through-the-lens image with handling similar to that of a rangefinder. In addition to fully manual control with physical operation using the aperture and focus rings on the lens, autofocus is possible using a contrast-based system. Focusing aids are also available in the form of Focus Peaking and Live View Zoom. Another benefit of the updated Maestro II processor is Full HD 1080p video capture at 60 or 30 fps. Full manual control will then allow users to dial in the exact look they want or need for their shot. Share your photos and videos instantly thanks to an integrated Wi-Fi module that allows you to link the camera to a smartphone, tablet, or computer. With Leica’s classic styling’s, the Q (Typ 116) offers an intuitive, minimal design while remaining compact. Take control of your imaging with the ability to separate the subject from the background with the Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. the lens of the Leica Q (Typ 116). It has a fast f/1.7 maximum aperture for working in low light conditions and both a physical aperture blade and a focus ring for tactile operation.
Building on the Leica T camera system, which has been continually advanced in terms speed, ease of handling and flexibility since its launch in 2014, the new, second-generation Leica TL2 sets standards and takes this camera class into an entirely new dimension. For instance, the Leica TL2 now supports SL-Lenses with OIS and allows the use of Leica R-System lenses in combination with the R-Adapter L. A new Leica TL app with revised functions offers additional options for sharing pictures by email or on social networks and is now available for the first time for Android as well as iOS devices. The new 24 MP APS-C sensor and the equally new Maestro II series processor of the Leica TL2 work together to expand your photographic horizons. There?s one thing you can always depend on, even in challenging lighting conditions: sharp and brilliant pictures. Both the continuous shooting function with up to 20 frames per second and video recording in fullHD or with 4K resolution show their ultimate strengths in moving pictures. The high-resolution, 3.7″ touchscreen display of the Leica TL2 provides access to the revised and restructured menu. The ?MyCamera function lets you set up your own, personalized menu precisely configured for your own particular style of photography.
The sleek black TL2 Mirrorless Digital Camera from Leica is a photographic tool for photographers looking for a compact, yet capable imaging system with the latest technology. This enables multiple high-end features, including 20 fps shooting with an electronic shutter, UHD 4K video at 30 fps, and Full HD video at 60 fps. With a carefully crafted design already, the TL2 enhanced the 3.7″ 1.3m-dot touchscreen by making operation about eight times faster than previous models. Images can be stored in the camera in multiple ways, as the TL2 boasts 32GB of internal memory alongside a UHS-II SD card slot. Further evolving their mirrorless lineup, the Leica TL2 is another well-designed camera that offers both an outstanding feature set combined with intuitive controls. Toss in UHD 4K video recording and the TL2 becomes a top performer in this ever-growing field. At the heart of every camera system has to be an exceptional sensor, and the TL2 is fortunate to have an outstanding 24.2MP APS-C CMOS at its core. Combine this with the TL2’s minimalist, yet functional design and you have a sleek and intuitive setup for capturing stunning images. Leica will have adapters for the S, R, and Cine series as well, ensuring compatibility with a range of Leica’s best lenses. Massive upgrades have been included in the TL2 when it comes to video recording, most notably with the addition of UHD 4K at 30 fps. Focus peaking is available as well to help ensure your videos are in focus and there is a micro-HDMI port for output to an external display or monitor. The app can also be used as a remote electronic viewfinder to benefit composing self-portraits or group shots, or when working from difficult shooting angles. The TL2 also features newly curving chamfered edges for an even sleeker design. Internal 32GB of memory lets you shoot without an SD card if desired, however, a fast UHS-II SD memory card slot is also featured for longer shooting sessions.
The Black Leica Q (Typ 116) Digital Camera wields a full-frame 24.2-megapixel CMOS sensor within its exceptionally portable, and beautiful, body. Also, the camera utilizes a Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens to allow users to dramatically separate the subject from the background as well as work in difficult light conditions. Further, the Q (Typ 116) has a built-in 3.68-megapixel LCOS electronic viewfinder which provides a live through-the-lens image with handling similar to that of a rangefinder. In addition to fully manual control with physical operation using the aperture and focus rings on the lens, autofocus is possible using a contrast-based system. Focusing aids are also available in the form of Focus Peaking and Live View Zoom. Another benefit of the updated Maestro II processor is Full HD 1080p video capture at 60 or 30 fps. Full manual control will then allow users to dial in the exact look they want or need for their shot. Share your photos and videos instantly thanks to an integrated Wi-Fi module that allows you to link the camera to a smartphone, tablet, or computer. With Leica’s classic styling’s, the Q (Typ 116) offers an intuitive, minimal design while remaining compact. Take control of your imaging with the ability to separate the subject from the background with the Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. the lens of the Leica Q (Typ 116). It has a fast f/1.7 maximum aperture for working in low light conditions and both a physical aperture blade and a focus ring for tactile operation.
The black Leica D-LUX (Typ 109) Digital Camera is a compact point and shoot camera that is built around a large, 12.8MP 4/3″ MOS sensor which allows for greater depth of field control than is possible with smaller-sensor cameras, plus more effective light-gathering ability per pixel. Even during sunny days or when shooting with a flash, the effect of the built-in lens’s wide apertures is more apparent due to the 17.3 x 13.0mm sensor with regard to depth of field. For those who wish to capture high-resolution video, the D-LUX (Typ 109) offers NTSC or PAL UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) output at 30p or 24p, which can be saved as easy-to use MP4 files. When lower video resolutions are sufficient, 1080p full HD or standard definition video can be selected instead, and results of any resolution can be played back on the camera’s large, sharp 3.0″ 921k-dot rear LCD display. To help preserve fast performance even while capturing high-resolution still photos or video, high-speed UHS-I SD-type memory cards can be used. While photos and videos can be downloaded from the memory card, Leica has provided additional options for sharing content taken with the D-LUX (Typ 109) even more convenient. Integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n allow for smartphones or tablets with the Leica Image Shuttle app the ability to record pictures even while shooting. An advancement among point and shoot cameras, the D-LUX (Typ 109) shares the design and quality aspects photographers associate with Leica. The potential of the camera’s large, 12.8MP 4/3″ MOS sensor is further exploited by the ability to record UHD 4K (3840 x 2160) video at 30p. The app can also be used to show a live image from the camera or to control camera settings. Placement of these controls directly on the camera body allows for faster reaction to changing lighting conditions while providing constant confirmation of the chosen shutter speed and aperture.