Leica releases its latest pocket shooter, the D-Lux 7

The camera is the first D-Lux that can be controlled from a smartphone.
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Leica D-Lux 7

Leica's pocket-friendly D-Lux 7 has been officially introduced and it's the first D-Lux model that can be used with their Leica FOTOS app. The app lets you control the camera from your smartphone and it also makes it easy to quickly transfer images to your Android or iOS-based smartphone. The camera itself will boast a 17-megapixel 4/3rds sensor matched with a 24-75mm f/1.7 lens, a 2.8-megapixel EVF, and a 1.24 million-dot 3" LCD touchscreen display. It will also have 4K capability at 30 fps and records in 100 mb in MP4 and AVCHD formats, USB-C charging, and integrated Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity. 

$1,195, leicacamerausa.com

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