Leica has announced the new Leica T Typ 701 mirrorless camera, with a price tag at $1,850.00. Leica T features a 16MP APS-C sensor. Two lenses – an 18-56mm F3.5-5.6 and a 35mm equivalent 23mm F2 prime have been announced alongside the camera – with the promise of an 11-23mm F3.5-4.5 wide-angle zoom and 55-135mm F3.5-4.5 telezoom to follow. The camera is milled from a solid billet of aluminum and features a touch screen that the company says uses a user-friendly operating concept. An optional electronic viewfinder (with built-in GPS) provides an alternative to the 3.7″ LCD, while an adapter for M lenses, that can read the 6-bit encoding, is also available.
The Taiwanese NCC government agency has leaked a new camera named Leica T Typ 701.
Leica just announced an enthusiast compact with a 12MP 1/1.7″ CMOS sensor, 28-200mm equivalent F2.0-5.9 zoom, and built-in 200k dot EVF, which it’s calling simply the Leica C (Typ 112). If the specs look familiar, that’s because this is essentially Leica’s reworking of the Panasonic DMC-LF1. It offers such goodies as Full HD movie recording, optical image stabilisation, built-in Wi-Fi and NFC, and RAW format recording. It’ll be available in October with a choice of two rather fetching finishes, ‘Dark Red’ and ‘Light Gold’.
Leica just registered a new camera called Leica C (Typ 112) at Taiwan NCC.