Leica TL2 Camera

The legendary camera maker's mirrorless model is getting a significant upgrade. The Leica TL2 Camera makes noticeable strides over its predecessor in several ways. The sensor is all-new, moving from 16 to 24 megapixels while improving dynamic range, and the AF is three times faster than the previous model, capable of zeroing in on the subject in only 165 milliseconds. 4K video recording is also available, and a USB 3.0 port ensures quick transfers. Its solid body, machined from a single block of aluminum, is available in silver or black.

  • Meeting Owl Videoconferencing Camera

    Video conferences with a couple of people are simple. With groups, it gets a bit harder — most cameras show the whole room, and it can be hard to tell who is speaking. The Meeting Owl Videoconferencing Camera has an answer, in the form of a 360° lens. Its software automatically focuses on the most recent speakers, while an array of 8 omnidirectional, beamforming microphones ensure crisp audio. Best of all, it connects over USB and is compatible with nearly all the big online videoconferencing platforms, so there's no need to change your software.

  • Leica M 246 Jim Marshall Edition Camera

    Jim Marshall made his name making images of rock stars, and in the process became one himself — at least to those who follow photography. The Leica M 246 Jim Marshall Edition Camera honors that legacy. This exclusive set includes a Monochrom Typ 246 camera, decked out with matte brass components and paired with a matching Summilux-M 50 mm f/1.4 lens. Also in the box are a brown leather strap similar to the one Marshall used with his Leica M4, an archival print of "Thelonious Monk At Monterey Jazz Festival 1964", and a copy of Jim Marshall: Jazz Festival, both of the latter numbered and signed by his estate. Limited to just 50 sets, and available exclusively at North American Leica stores.

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