Back in 2015, Leica announced the Leica Q camera. It was an interesting new direction for the company, as it would essentially compete with other compact offerings such as the Sony RX1
The company had previously warned customers not to wait for the Q2, and given that the camera is now official after four years, it is expected that it can wait a long time. The Q2 uses a fixed 28 mm Summilux ASPH lens with an aperture of f / 1.7. It's wide enough to use for landscapes, and it can be scaled up to be used in street photography.
It also has a 47.3 MP full-frame sensor that can simulate the focal lengths. If 28mm are too wide for you, you can simulate focal lengths of 35mm, 50mm and 70mm d. You can also record 4K video at up to 30 frames per second and Full HD video at up to 120 frames per second. Leica also prides itself on the fact that the camera can focus on the subject within 0.15 seconds.
There will also be a 3.68 MP OLED viewfinder, a 3-inch touchscreen display on the back, and up to a 10x picture 10 photos per second. As expected from Leica cameras, the Q2 is not cheap, it costs $ 5,000.
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