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The Leica Q2 arrives with a 47 megapixel sensor

The sequel to the Leica Q also gets enhanced weather protection and an upgraded EVF.
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Leica's compact full-frame camera is getting a major upgrade with a new model that touts the highest resolution sensor in its category. A huge jump from the previous model's 24 megapixel sensor, the Leica Q2's 47 megapixel sensor captures images with such high resolution that you're able to crop images with equivalent focal lengths of 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm. The camera will also feature 4K video capability and Cine4K recording, magnesium construction with dust and water resistance, a 3.0" LCD, a 3.68 megapixel OLED EVF, .15 second Autofocus, and a fixed Summilux 28 mm f/1.7 ASPH prime lens.


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