Leica are introducing the Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’, an innovative alternative to their already popular Leica Q compact camera series. And whilst the Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ still offers the impressive performance and technical specifications of the original Leica Q camera it also holds unique design features of its own.
Not only does the new models highlight its distance scale in feet and focal length on the lens in red; it also comes with a colour-coordinated carry strap made from a durable, high quality material normally used to make climbing ropes. The Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ boasts a smart titanium grey paint finish on its top and base plate, while the back of the camera compliments the colour scheme too with its classic black elements.
The new model features the Leica Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH. lens along with a 24MP full-frame CMOS sensor perfectly matched to its lens; allowing for detailed exposure with low noise at ISO sensitivities of up to 50,000. In addition, the Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ also has the quickest autofocus of its class and possess the Leica ultra-fast Maestro II image processor which allows continuous full resolution shooting at up to ten frames per second.
With an integrated view finder which has a resolution of 3.68 MP as well as a unique HD MP4 movie recording format- the Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ offers complete creative freedom making it the ideal camera for both novice and expert photographers alike regardless of their subject.
Whilst the Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ offers functionality, durability and high quality performance when capturing images, it also comes with an integrated Wi-Fi module to transmit pictures and videos to other devices via a smartphone or tablet. The Leica Q app which enables these features can be downloaded from the Leica website free of charge.
The Leica Q ‘Titanium gray’ is available now both in stores and online priced £3,800.