Leica (a camera manufacturer) in its Q Series has taken off their new Leica Q2, the next-generation model. In addition to a Leica Summilux 28 mm F1.7 ASPH Prime and premium (optional) supplies, the new model featured with a 47.3-Megapixel full-frame sensor. The compact full-frame camera includes a range of functions, including up to 50,000 ISO sensitivity, 4K video recording support and more.
For professionals who need high-quality content but want no DSLR to bear the burden, a compact Leica Q2 is an excellent option. The company has seen strong success with its Leica Q model, and the update of the second generation uses a new full-frame, high-speed lens, OLED technology, and more.
The Q2 has a 3.68-megapixel High-Res OLED viewfinder which provides accurate light levels for a quality content preview for each pixel of the image presented in the viewfinder. When a camera is lifted to the eye of the user, the EVF automatically activates.
The EVF is an autofocus system with AF adjustments in fewer than 0.15 seconds, the latest hardware from Maestro II to capture full-resolution pictures in 10 fps, and a new 4k recording mode. Users can also record 24, 30, 60, and 120 fps in the more conventional Full HD resolution.
Additional features include integrated Wi-Fi for direct content sharing to the camera’s FOTOS App, Bluetooth Low Energy, smartphone remote shutter control and more. In addition to its new Leica Q2, the company offers many accessories including straps and protector made of premium leather, linen sackcloth, hand hold and similar hardware add-ons.
It’s officially available starting from today and one can get their hands on one after spending a whopping $4995 USD.