Leica Q is a 24MP Full-Frame Compact Camera with a 28mm f/1.7 Lens |
Michael Zhang

Leica has just launched a brand new camera line with the Leica Q (Typ 116). It’s a 24-megapixel fixed-lens full-frame compact camera that brings “iconic Leica features” to a new type of body. The full-frame CMOS sensor at its core has an ISO range of up to 50,000 and — coupled with the shutter system — can do a burst mode of 10 frames per second at a full-resolution of 24MP. The shooting speed is complimented by a speedy autofocus speed as well — Leica says the Q has the fastest AF performance of all full-frame compacts. Build-wise, the German-made camera has a top plate crafted from a solid piece of aluminum, while the rest of the body is made from magnesium alloy. The design and user interface of the camera reflect’s Leica’s style found in its M series of digital rangefinders……
Source: petapixel.com

Leica Q

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