Leica’s full-frame Typ 116 Q compact digital camera is one among our favorites among the many compacts we have shot with at TechRadar.
Up to now we have additionally seen some limited-edition variations, together with a stunning titanium grey model, and the brand new Q-P is the most recent bespoke mannequin.
The brand new digital camera options the identical full-frame 24.2MP CMOS sensor, ultra-fast fastened 28mm f/1.7 lens and a crystal-clear three,680,000-dot digital viewfinder as the usual model, however just like the just lately launched Leica M10-P, the brand new Q-P is all about discretion.
There is no signal of the Leica’s well-known ‘pink dot’ badge on the entrance of the digital camera, and there is a now simply ‘Leica’ lettering on the highest plate of the digital camera.
The Q-P additionally incorporates a matte black paint end, which Leica reckons is especially resilient. One other design cue that separates the usual Q from the Q-P is the redesigned shutter launch button, which now replicates these on the Leica M and CL cameras.
The Leica Q-P is priced at £four,100 / $four,995. Australian pricing to be confirmed.