Leica unveils New Mirrorless Camera, the TL2
Just today, Leica announces a new addition to the TL series of mirrorless point-and-shoot cameras, the Leica TL2.
This new camera features a 24MP APS-C sensor, which brings the image with utmost brilliance and sharpness. It also has a fast autofocus, consisting of 49 AF segments that enable faster identification of the important parts of subjects. Its LCD screen measures 3.7-inch which Leica noted to be of high quality.
The TL2’s ISO maxes out to 50,000, an improvement from the TL1’s max ISO of 12,500. It also supports recording in 4K up to 30fps, full HD at 60fps or 720p HD at 120fps for slow motion capture. On top of this, the camera impresses with faster shutter speeds up to 1/40,000s and an improved continuous shooting function with up to 20 frames per second that ensure that fast moving subjects will be captured perfectly every time.
One of its special features is the Visoflex high-resolution electronic accessory viewfinder. Its tilt-and-swivel function gives you the freedom to shoot creatively and open up new perspectives.
Leica TL2 is priced at $1,950 (body-only) in black and silver color options and will now be available today at Leica boutiques and authorized retailers. To know more details, you may check Leica’s official website here.
Source: Leica US