Earlier this year, Leica opened its tenth Japanese flagship, and to celebrate, the acclaimed German manufacturer delivered two special editions of the Q, one in orange and the other in grey. Now, Leica’s full-frame point-and-shoot model is receiving a more classic aesthetic, as the brand reimagines the Q model with its signature black and silver colorway.
The anodized aluminum that frames the top, bottom and lens portion of the camera, provides the silver aspect of the design, while sleek black leather body ties the look together. The technical specifications do not differ at all from the standard model and therefore offer a 24 MP full-frame sensor, 3.68 MP electronic viewfinder and the Leica Summilux 28mm f/1.7 ASPH lens.
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