Leica has announced its new SL camera, a mirrorless model that uses the revolutionary Eyeres viewfinder, allowing photographers to create the finished picture even before the shutter button is pressed.
With this technology, camera owners will be able to manually manipulate certain factors like exposure, depth of focus, and white balance. It shoots at 24-megapixels in full frame, ensuring that picture-takers get high quality photos and videos, every time. It also has 4K shooting capabilities, dual SD card slots, and a 11 frames per second burst. The autofocus takes place at an ultra-swifty 110 milliseconds. The camera is dust and water-resistant, and is capable of using over 100 different after-market Leica lenses. Of course, all of these features mean that you’ll have to open your wallet, as it will come in at a price tag of $7,450 when it releases in November. [Purchase]
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