Leica has just unveiled its newest mirrorless camera — the full-frame SL2. As the second model from the SL line of digital cameras, the SL2 improves upon its predecessor by way of build quality and image quality.
The SL2 boasts a 47MP CMOS sensor from the Leica Q2, and its body is made from magnesium and aluminum material. Other features include a 5.76MP panel EyeRes® EVF, water and dust resistance, in-body stabilization, 4K video recording, an ISO range up to 50,000, and a wide range of lenses thanks to the new Leica, Panasonic and Sigma L-mount alliance.
SL2 users looking to switch up their lenses with older Leica glass can do so with an optional adaptor which will enable the use of R, S, and M-mount lenses. Those looking to purchase Leica’s news SL2 camera can find it releasing on November 21 for a price of $5,995 USD.
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