One of the most respected camera companies out there just announced an update to their mirrorless digital model, the Leica TL2.
This body has the same basic look and capabilities of its predecessor, but with a great deal more power. Most notably, the camera boasts a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor and a Maestro II image processor for bigger, more detailed images. In addition to these updates, the camera can now capture 4K video as well as shoot in bursts of 7 frames-per-second. For an even faster reaction time, the camera’s 49 point auto-focus system can hone in on a subject in mere milliseconds. To top it all off, the 3.7-inch screen on the back of the unibody aluminum camera features touch-screen capability and customizable menus for those looking for a more personal feel. The now more ergonomic mirrorless camera body is available in either black or grey.
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