The Leica Q gets a more understated finish option

The new Q-P features a rugged matte black finish and no red badging.
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Leica Q-P

Leica's full-frame Q camera now has a stealthier finish for those who need a perfect street camera that can slip under the radar. The body is finished in a high-resistance matte black paint and features no logo and a redesigned shutter button. The only logo you'll find is the Leica script on the top plate and it will also include a brown leather strap as well as an extra battery. Everything else remains the same, including the 24.2 MP full-frame sensor, the 28 mm f/1.7 ASPH lens, built-in Wi-Fi, and a 3.68 MP EVF. 

$4,995, leica-camera.com

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