For photographers who search the proper mirrorless camera, Leica has simply launched the Leica TL2, the second era of the model’s APS-C mirrorless camera household. In conventional Leica style the new TL2 is itself a device of appreciable attractiveness – the camera’s whole physique is milled from a single block of aluminium then hand-polished to perfection, making a slim, ergonomic minimalist camera.
But regardless of the slender construct, the Leica TL2 is a category main performer, geared up with a newly developed 24-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor and Maestro II high-performance image processor that for very quick autofocusing, high pace digital shutter and a really speedy 20 frames per second steady taking pictures mode. Appropriate with Leica’s TL-series (APS-C) and SL-series (full-frame) lenses, the Leica TL2 can seize 4K movies at 30fps, has built-in WiFi and App connectivity and features touchscreen controls on a tiltable 3.7-inch screen. All these new features does put a crimp on the camera’s battery life, however because it comes with HDMI output and USB 3.0 Kind-C customers can truly recharge the TL2 on the go from powerbanks.
The Leica TL2 is now accessible in both black or silver version from all Leica shops for S$2,980.