What’s a Leica Q?
Leica Q is probably one of the nicest cameras to come into contact with life since ever.
Made for photographers who know every single element of any decent camera, through to people who barely know how to turn one on, the Leica Q camera is compact, friendly, resilient, beautiful to look at and a decent piece of technology that will only set you back about $6k. It’s an investment.
The camera is the newest in Leica’s range of compact cameras and is perfect for architectural and landscape photography thanks in large part to some special Leica technological bits like a Leica Summilux 28mm lens.
It’s meant to capture the decisive moments. With a moment’s notice the camera is on and ready for action, perfectly and harmoniously framing any image at the end of the lens within the field to keep the moment alive in crystal clear format.
At the same time, its newly developed image processor from the Leica Maestro II family, specially adapted for use in the Leica Q, processes the data from the sensor at an enormous speed and delivers up to ten frames per second at full resolution. To permit reliable control of subject composition at this speed, the Leica Q also features an integrated viewfinder with a resolution of 3.68 MP. Even the finest details of every exposure are displayed without any perceptible lag as soon as the camera is brought up to the user’s eye.
One of the best cameras you’ll ever use within affordable reason, the Leica Q is worth a look-in.
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