Marrying a full-frame sensor to a fixed 28mm Summilux lens, the Q quickly earned a spot in the pantheon of most beloved Leica releases. The Q2 doesn't mess with this formula — it just improves it in every possible way. The sensor has seen its resolution increased 95% to 47.3 megapixels, with built-in crop modes to mimic 35, 50, and 75mm shots. The robust body receives IP52-certified weather sealing, battery life is improved 30%, a new lag-free OLED viewfinder allows for precise composition, and the improved Maestro II processor enables 4K UHD and Cine4K video recording and 10 fps burst shooting. The result is possibly the best lightweight everyday carry camera ever created, and a reminder that for those who value their photos, a smartphone alone will never be "good enough".
Sensor: 47.3-megapixel Full-Frame CMOS Sensor / Image Processor: Leica Maestro II / Lens: Summilux 28mm f/1.7 / Focus: Contrast-Detect AF System / Burst: 10.0 fps / Viewfinder: 3.68MP OLED Electronic Viewfinder / Monitor: 3.0" 1.04m-Dot Touchscreen LCD / Video: 4K: 30 or 24 fps, C4K: 24 fps, Full HD: 24, 30, 60 or 120 fps / ISO: 50-50,000 / Body: Aluminum & Magnesium Alloy / Wireless: Built-in Wi-Fi & Bluetooth LE
Width: 5.1" / Height: 3.1" / Depth: 3.6" / Weight: 1.4 lbs.