Leica T Typ 701 Camera

Apr 28, 2014

Category: Tech

Instead of having Willard Scott acknowledge its 100th birthday with a jar of Smucker’s on The Today Show, Leica is taking a more refined approach to hitting the century mark by unveiling the Leica T (TYP 701).

With a body carved from a single block of aluminum, this is a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that values its aesthetics just as much as its image quality. Speaking of that, the specs include a 16-megapixel APS-C sensor, 1080p video capture, built-in Wi-Fi, an interchangeable lens mount, and a 3.7-inch touchscreen around back. Audi Design helped in creating this beauty, and if you’re wondering if that means it has all-wheel drive, we’re gonna assume the answer is no, what with this not being a car and all. [Purchase]

Leica T Typ 701 Camera 1

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