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Leica S2

Leica S2

Bridging the gap between dSLRs and medium format cameras, the new Leica S2 ($TBA) packs a 30 x 45 mm, 37.5 megapixel sensor and compatibility with Leica's range of S-series lenses. Other features include a high-res 3-inch display, the exclusive MAESTRO image processor, a dual shutter system, a precise, quiet autofocus system, and more. It's an entirely new class of camera.

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