Leica TL

Nov 9, 2016

Category: Tech

A couple of years ago Leica announced that they were getting in to the mirrorless point-and-shoot market with their T model body. Now, the iconic camera brand is following up with what they are promising to be a better and more capable release – the Lieca TL.

What is maybe most notable about the new camera when compared to the last is its faster autofocus and better wireless connection. With the LT, photographers can quickly point and shoot and get a quick, accurate point of focus and then easily transfer the image to their Android or iPhone for editing and uploading to the web. As far as the more nitty-gritty tech specs goes – this camera hits it out of the park. The TL is equipped with an ASP-C sensor with 16.5 megapixel resolution that can capture high speed or low light images thanks to an ISO range of 100 to 12,500 and shutter speed topping out at 1/4000 of a second. Of course, what the real selling point here is – users will be able to easily use Leica lenses thanks to the L bayonet mount. Prices for the body start at $1,695. [Purchase]

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