Leica unveils the second-generation Q camera, with 4K and an improved imaging sensor
Prosumers may have a good choice of photography options open to them today. However, their range of choices have just become a little broader with the launch of the new Leica Q2. This new device has a 47.3 megapixel image sensor, which improves on that found in the original Leica Q. The premium manufacturer has also upgraded this series with 4K/UHD recording and improved water-resistance.
The new Q-series camera should also exhibit Leica's famed build-quality and design. It is also equipped with WiFi and Bluetooth, so as to share images to a computer or to social media quickly and easily. It is available from now in stores that sell this premium brand. The Q2 also has a premium price-tag, however: US$4,995. For this price, the buyer can have any color, so long as it is modern Leica black.