Leica SL2 with 50mm f/1.4 Summilux lens

Leica has introduced the new SL2, the latest model of its full-frame mirrorless camera system. The new SL2 succeeds the SL from 2015 and introduces a higher-resolution sensor, upgraded development, a new touchscreen, and an upgraded digital viewfinder. It shall be obtainable beginning on November 21st for $5,995.

The design of the SL2 shall be acquainted to anybody who’s seen the SL, although there are some delicate adjustments. The mid-chassis is now magnesium, with aluminum for the highest and backside and a leatherette masking that goes throughout the midsection. The SL2 is rated for IP54 mud and water resistance, and it has an up to date management scheme on the again that matches the Q2, M10, and CL.

Mounted on the again are a new 3.2-inch, 2.1-megapixel…

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