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.
According to latest rumors, Leica will announce a new Leica M10-D full frame rangefinder camera in next several months. Currently, no other info about Leica M10-D, stay tuned.
Leica will soon announce a new SOFORT’s Black camera before Photokina 2018. Here is the leaked images of Leica SOFORT’s Black.
According to Nokishita Camera, Leica will announce a new medium format camera in the month, just ahead of Photokina 2018.
Leica has introduced the M10-P (B&H Photo Video/Adorama), a higher-priced version of the M10 that removes the famous red dot and adds a quieter shutter in order to make the camera ‘the stealthiest M ever’. Though ironically, if stealth is its aim, Leica has also added its trademark script to the top plate, which is hard to miss.
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