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Leica Q2 is the first impression beautiful looking camera, for what users don’t need to change the lens. Leica Q2 keeps the compact design and overall appearance of the original, but with some noteworthy performance improvements. Besides these new features of this edition, it retains the full-frame sensor, a wonderful 28mm F/1.7 Summilux lens and straightforward operation focused on getting the shot.

Leica has come with latest of its beloved camera Q, but this time it has enhanced features. The new Leica Q2 set to offer an increase in pixel power which jumps from 24 megapixels to 47 megapixels

Leica Q2 Camera

Coming to specs of this camera, the Leica Q2 borrows the same basic formula, including the non-removable 28mm f/1.7 prime lens. Bit it provides the much higher-resolution 47.3-megapixel sensor and, at last, 4K video capture. It’s also allocated as the only camera in its class with dust and water resistance.

Alongside these default features, user can also add some addition features to it. There’s a new 3.68-megapixel OLED viewfinder that gives a more precise representation of the final shot. And if raw speed is needed, user might like both the 10 frames per second continuous shooting as well as an auto-focusing time under 0.15 seconds.

The new sensor has an improved processor, quick response, continuous shooting, and autofocus of the original. That enables things like a slightly expanded ISO range of 50 to 50,000, 4K video recording at 24 and 30 frames per second. And for 1080p video adds at up to 120 frames per second. The Q2 also uses Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi to connect to a phone for image transfer; there are no ports for USB, HDMI, or any other output on the body of the camera.

Coming to the lenses, Leica even makes use of its new sensor give you a form of zoom. The Q2 includes an option to crop the image to simulate common focal lengths like 35mm, 50mm or 75mm, letting you trade some detail for a tighter-looking shot. The original 28mm image is always available in case you’d prefer to see more.