The first specs list of upcoming Leica Q2 compact camera now already leaked online. It will have a new 47.3MP full frame sensor, and summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH lens, see the detailed specs below:
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Last Update: January 29th, 2020
Leica Q2 is the successor of Leica Q, it is an advanced full frame compact camera. Leica Q2 featured with a 47.3MP Full Frame CMOS sensor & Maestro II image processor, DCI and UHD 4K video recording. The image processor also contributes to a broad ISO 50-50000 sensitivity range along with quick 10-fps full-resolution continuous shooting.
Leica Q2 currently is the best selling compact camera in the world. Due to high demand of this camera, it will be out of stock for weeks & months. Here is a pre-order/in stock/availability tracker for Leica Q2:
The Leica Q2 full frame compact camera now already got registered online. It will be officially announced in next several days or several weeks.
Here is an updated list of unannounced cameras from Canon, Nikon, Olympus and Leica. You can see the list below:
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According to Nokishita Camera, Leica will soon announce a new compact camera called “D-LUX 7”. The code of this camera is “3952”, already registered in the certification body.
Leica has officially announced the Q-P (Pre-order) digital camera today. Technically identical to the original “Q,” in addition to a 24MP CMOS sensor and a fixed, 28mm f/1.7 Summilux ASPH lens, the new Leica Q-P sports a flat black paint finish that makes it less obvious when out shooting on the street. In place of the red dot logo common to many Leica products, the Q-P features the Leica name, which is discreetly engraved and detailed with white paint on the top plate. Improvements over the original Leica Q include an improved shutter release button and On/Off switch. A dedicated brown leather strap and two rechargeable batteries are included with every camera.